It's general election 2010 day. The polling stations are open and will remain open until 10pm. By now all good nationalists should have put their X next to the BNP candidate's name.
If you're thinking a BNP vote won't actually make any difference so you might vote tactically, think again. True, the BNP will likely get few if any Westminster MPs - Barking and Dagenham is the most likely first gain. But the BNP counts its victories not so much in seats gained, although that's nice, but in support gained. The BNP received around 1 million votes in the Euro elections last year - can it improve on that today? Is it winning the argument, swaying people? Even if the BNP doesn't take a single seat the size of its "electorate" gives it moral authority. That means every vote really does count.
And in practical terms, a lot of BNP members have done a lot of work in the run up to this election, you should reward them with a vote. And it will help the Party financially if deposits (£500) are retained, which requires 5% of the vote.
Lastly, remember, elections come along quite regularly. Nationalism is a continual process, not a one-off event. Provided more and more people keep voting BNP they will eventually be the government of this country. Hopefully we will still have a country to govern when this happens.