They present stereotype issues, which majorly affect white people. Thus, social cultural and political prejudices are produced by these individuals.
It is ironical that the prominent leader Nick Griffin quoted for a religion, which profoundly declines all the social and racial inequities. His knowledge for Islam seemed limited which caused him to present Islam as the most growing religion, a religion of extremism. His insecurities were regarding growth of Muslim population, increase in frequent conversion of religion (Islam) by British community and by Muslim immigrants (The Independent, 2009). These were a vital sign of his racist views, which he wanted to make public so to put doubts in white community for their safe guard. Hence, a chain reaction would be observed, and political objectives would be achieved by these dominant individuals.
Dijk has determined through incorporated system of discriminating practices white reproduce abuse of power and maintain their social ideologies and cognitions. Griffin’s view on positive discrimination as a mantra of British society, cultural differences as challenging issue for political elite and absence of English section on voting cards as real natives of the land simply determine his intention to incorporated biased ideas to practice and reproduce abuse of power.
Dijk signified that white practice discrimination in many forms; thus, their discourse includes discrimination directly against minority groups (Dijk, 1993). When Griffin stated the example of Tony Blair quoting verses from Quran after 9/11, he and the other political figures adapted the strategy of inferiorization to depict Muslims and Islam no better match for Westernization. His criticism on Islam was questioning why people obligatory adapt Islamic practices in Britain when it is a country of Christian majority. The right to practice one’s religion