Singh supports the BNP. He now lives in India. He is the only open Sikh person to support the BNP. (Twining says this is a blessing that there is only one.)
Singh considers the burqa and hijab a political ‘gimmick’ used by Muslims but defended the turban as an ‘essential’ religious requirement. (Twining is not saying that in this current climate where some criminals who are male have evaded custody by wearing the hijab is not problematic. But come on Mr Singh each to their own, including the Turban, which I rather like.)
Singh states immigrants are a drain on British resources. (Twining asked Mr Singh whether he was born in England and whether he was ever an immigrant? Singh's response, "Er well.")
He is a retired school teacher. Oh my God thinks Twining!
He doesn’t care about the whole BNP package. (Twining says so it doesn’t really matter that Nick Griffin encited racial hatred. Bar a turban Mr Singh do you think a BNP thug could tell the difference between a group of Sikh young men and a group of Muslim young men? Singh's answer, "Er well.")
He dismissed the party’s anti-Asian ideology as a perception created by the media. (Twining says, so Mr Singh, none of those responsible for assaults on Asian youth are supporters of the BNP? At this point Singh left in a huff.)
Singh admits multiculturalism does work and is proved in the resounding success of Asian businessmen in Britain. But he saw nothing wrong with the BNP’s opposition to it. (Twining says er nice one Mr Singh! Not.)
He likens Islam to Nazis in Germany. (Twining shouts to Singh who is leaving the country, Mr Singh, none of the BNP have fascist tendencies do they? Singh sticks two fingers up at Twining.) In short perhaps Singh is ignorant to the core, but the BNP have used him to their benefit.