Now top world financial experts pinch our key policy.
"The BNP was right on grooming" said The Sun last month, straight after Labour policy makers and the All-Party committee on housing shamelessly borrowed big chunks of our housing policy document.
But now a far more important body has taken up an even more important British National Party policy.
The International Monetary Fund has just published a remarkable document in which its experts propose that the power to issue credit should be taken from private banks and restored to sovereign national governments.
The stunning turn around and vindication of a policy that has been central to radical nationalism for decades is revealed in today's Daily Telegraph by veteran financial columnist Ambrose Evans-Pritchard.
Of course, no mention is made of the fact that experts at the IMF have in effect just admitted that, if the Powers That Be had only listened to us, not just the British people, but billions of ordinary decent people all over the world, would have been spared the economic pain and social and personal misery created by the present system - a fundamentally corrupt system in which bankers, rather than being useful bureaucrats for the productive economy, are the Masters of the Universe.
The struggle to break the power of the banksters and restore the most important power of the nation state will be a long and bitter one, but today marks a giant step forward in the battle for just and scientific currency reform.
See our policy below taken from our General Elections Manifesto 2010