It has already been taken - by the White Nationalist Party, a neo-fascist British political party, founded in May 2002 as "the British political wing of Aryan Unity".
What does WNP stand for?
WNP stands for White Nationalist Party
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We have 18 other meanings of WNP in our Acronym Attic
- Wells, Nevada On Line (Well, NV)
- Welsh National Opera Orchestra (UK)
- World Network of Prayer
- Westelijke Nieuwe Onafhankelijke Staten (Dutch: Western Newly Independent States)
- Wireless Network of Thessaloniki (Greece)
- Whittier Narrows Operable Unit (San Gabriel Basin Water Quality Authority; West Covina, CA)
- Wydzial Nauk O Wychowaniu (Polish: Faculty of Education Sciences)
- Wydzial Nauk O Ziemi (Polish: Department of Earth Sciences)
- Washington Nuclear Power
- Western North Pacific
- Will Not Proceed
- Wireless Number Portability (FCC)
- World News and Prophecy
- Washington Nuclear Plant 2
- Washington Newspaper Publishers Association
- Western National Parks Association
- World News Press Agencies
- Washington National Primate Center (Seattle, WA)
- West Nottingham Presbyterian Church (Colora, MD)
- White Nile Petroleum Company (est. 1981; Sudan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
PLAID CYMRU'S possible change of name to the Welsh National Party could be problematic as the initials WNP have already been appropriated by a neo-nazi white supremacist group called the White Nationalist Party.
Gilleard, of Goole, East Riding, was a member of far-right groups including the National Front, British People's Party and White Nationalist Party.
The city council told the London-based White Nationalist Party it would not be allowed to campaign in the city next month.
At the time he was a paid-up member of the National Front, the White Nationalist Party and the British People's Party.
At the time of his arrest, Gilleard was a member of a number of far-right groups, including the National Front, the British People's Party and the White Nationalist Party.
The white nationalist party, chaired by Nick Griffin, was at the centre of controversy two weeks ago when it was claimed it had been contacted by Irish people for help in running candidates in this year's June European elections.