Election 2017: David Furness of the BNP attended election hustings in the Hornchurch and Upminster constituency.
David was the British National Party candidate in Hornchurch and Upminster Constituency at the General Election 2017.
The Romford Recorder newspaper organised the election hustings in Romford.
The event was shown live on the internet.
The Conservative candidate and the UKIP candidate did not attend.
In the video clip above, David stunned the politically correct opposition with his short, sharp responses.
David Furness has featured on the Richie Allen Show.
Journalist and broadcaster, Richie Allen is a prominent voice on the alternative media circuit.
David was asked about the so-called ‘refugee’ crisis and how it came about.
He also discussed the BNP Ten-Point Plan to Counter Islamist Terror.
This is the first and ONLY comprehensive plan put forward by any political party in Britain to deal with the most pressing issue of our time.
BBC Radio Stoke interviewed the BNP’s candidate, David Furness, for the Stoke-on-Trent Parliamentary by-election 2017.
The British National Party has taken part in a first-of-its-kind (exclusive) debate on ‘Islamophobia’ with a London-based Islamic community.
BNP Press Officer, David Furness agreed to a request to join the filmed debate held in Imam Khoei Islamic Centre.
As Britain’s only genuinely patriotic political party, the BNP representative gave an alternate view.
The BNP has always led the call in branding Islam as incompatible with Western culture.