August 14, 2007

Nick Griffin's most recent Chairman's Blog post deconstructed...

After an astonishing five-month hiatus that illustrated pretty much everything that he thought of communication with the membership, Nick Griffin has finally updated his Chairman's Blog, earning himself the 2007 Pinnochio Award for most lies told in a single blog post. The first lie, although maybe it's a pig-farmer's idea of a joke which I just didn't get, is where he explains the reasons for not posting on his blog since Methusaleh was at kindergarten, where he states that 'I enjoy writing the blog too much...I am very wary of making it too regular'. You can stop worrying, Nick. One post after a five-month gap is not too regular, no matter how you try to spin it.

Griffin immediately goes on the attack against those around the recent leadership challenge. Obviously furious that anyone would dare to stand against him, you can almost hear the spluttering and see his face redden as the blood pressure rises.

'The challenge was not a genuinely legitimate one from a candidate with the genuine ability to run this party as it is, let alone take it further forward. It was a pathetic, pitiful, desperate attempt to cause trouble for the most modernised and most successful nationalist party in British history by a handful of cranks left over from the BNP’s most sterile past, aided and abetted by a gaggle of Hollywood Nazis, congenital losers and thieves.'

As the latest copy of Searchlight points out, five founder-members, two advisory council members, three councillors, eight branch organisers and 20 election candidates came out openly in support of the challenger Chris Jackson. Presumably, Griffin means them. But he isn't finished yet...

'...he should have known better than to allow himself to be wound up and manipulated by such vermin. I’m certainly not going to kick him out for standing against me (for one thing, by giving the membership the chance to give me a 91% mandate to continue with our current direction...)'

Interesting use of the word 'vermin' there. More important though is this frequently quoted '91% mandate' that Griffin received in the leadership vote. As has been pointed out elsewhere, Griffin and other BNP contributors crowed when Labour were voted in on a minority vote, claiming that the 'silent majority' had spoken by not voting at all. Curious how he seems unable to transfer this to his own situation where, because of the pitiful 43% turnout for the leadership election in the tiny BNP, it turns out that Nick Griffin's mandate is a mere 39%. Not a mandate at all, in fact.

Strangely, Griffin chooses discussion of the leadership challenge to discuss democracy within this least democratic of all political parties, dismissing as 'Tory nationalists' all those who call for a one-member one-vote (OMOV) system to replace the current 'Voting Membership' system within the BNP, which gives the vote on issues of importance only to those who can afford to pay more money for their membership; clearly votes for cash - exactly the phrase the BNP shouts at anyone who is accused of corruption at the ballot box. The attack on those calling for internal democracy within the party, and the inevitable result of such calls, is stated unequivocally:

'This group must now accept that their scheme to put the destiny of the BNP in the hands of anyone who deigns to pay their membership has been comprehensively and permanently rejected, in favour of a system that gives power only to those who have earned it, and who continue to earn it. The argument is over, and anyone trying to raise it again against the repeatedly expressed will of the vast majority of the party will mark themselves out as a would-be saboteur and a candidate for expulsion.'

So no OMOV and no discussion of OMOV allowed either. How very democratic.

Griffin's post then goes off into a curiously disturbing diversion about a young BNP member suspected of being a mole for Searchlight. In this section, he speaks of the young man corresponding with Gerry Gable 'from an email account set up for him by a BNP loyalist, so we were able to see precisely what he was doing...' Er, what? You read the guy's emails? Isn't that illegal? And does the BNP regularly read through the emails of members that have been set up for them by 'BNP loyalists'?

Whether that's the case or not we don't know but Griffin's BNP is certainly trying to control many aspects of the member's lives that aren't entirely to do with the BNP itself. Referring to those he calls 'conspiracy-mongers', Griffin states clearly that;

'They are perfectly entitled to believe whatever they want to believe, and to discuss their beliefs privately with others already of like mind. But they are not to go posting their fancies online...they are not to spout their theories at meetings, either as officials or from the floor. They are not to write to local newspapers...and they are not to pour their personal opinions into the ears of new or young activists.'

Did the phrase 'thought-police' just pop into your head? Because it did in mine.

Griffin then goes on to attempt to deflect two of the most recent accusations against him and the party, concerning Croatia and the Trafalgar Club money. Regarding Croatia, he attempts to dismiss all discussion with, curiously because up until now there has only been denial, an attempt at an explanation.

'We were offered a share in the profits for the party if we could provide the contacts needed to develop land there inherited by a long-term party supporter, and on that basis myself and several others made a brief exploratory visit. As it happens, for various reasons we concluded that the project was probably a non-starter, so that’s the end of that.'

Not so fast, boyo. As we mentioned here and Stop the BNP reported here, there is rather more to this story than is at first apparent. The fact that Roberto Fiore is lurking around in the background in all of this, gives the whole idea a lot more credibility, if only because Fiore has been involved in at least two previous attempts to start 'white nationalist' communities in the past (both of them with Griffin, oddly enough), one in France and one in Spain. The further facts that the land has been bought and paid for and is regularly and increasingly visited by BNP bigwigs and that there has been much talk of offshore accounts and so on, lead one to assume that Griffin is trying to deflect too much interest in the project at this early stage in its development. Hard luck - we're interested and we're staying interested.

Regarding the Trafalgar Club accounts, which Griffin certainly doesn't want anyone prying into, he refers to 'the allegation that the income and expenditure of the Trafalgar Club does not appear in the BNP’s accounts. Of course it does, every single penny...'

Er, where? Early last month, we printed an article that questioned the Trafalgar Club income. We received no answers then and we really don't expect any this time either but in a spirit of optimism, we'll try again.

'One of the emails [we had recently received] pointed out that the Trafalgar Club (the Trafalgar Club is the group for the wealthier BNP member - allegedly the 'elite') members pay £180 per year for the privilege of belonging to it which apparently entitles them to a TC tie and an annual blow-out with Griffin. Wow - that must be worth £180 of anyone's money! The email then went on to point out that there are about 200 Trafalgar Club members which, to my reckoning, comes to around £36,000 per year. Added to this are the emails we received which pointed out that the annual Trafalgar Club dinner saw a collection which came out at £10-15,000. Yet the only mention of the Trafalgar Club in the BNP's accounts for 2004/5 are of the £4000 it apparently cost to set it up in 2004, and income of £1155 in 2005. Clearly there is a major problem in the accounts there which we expect either the auditors or the Electoral Commission to watch for in a couple of weeks when the next accounts are due to appear.'

And now we get to the little matter of the resignation from the Deputy Chairmanship and the Advisory Council (though not the party itself) of Scott McLean, following the appalling Collet/Spence/Walker incident at last week's Red White and Blue annual piss-up. As we reported, having received a few emails from irate BNP members, 'Scott McLean, Griffin's Deputy Chairman and the person responsible for maintaining discipline in the party, has clearly stated that he is resigning, having told all his long-time pals in the party that his position has been undermined again and again by Griffin's constant refusal to take action against Collett. We're informed that McLean gave Griffin an ultimatum a few days ago - him or Collett - and Griffin is sticking to Collett.'

Nick Griffin has always rewritten history to suit himself and his blog post carries a fine example.

'By one of those strange coincidences that is probably nothing of the sort, Scott McLean, who has held the Deputy Chairmanship responsibility as a steady rock for seven years now, called me a week before the RWB and told me that he is stepping down from the position, and from the Advisory Council. He explained that he needs to concentrate on with a very hectic business and family life without the BNP Sword of Damocles poised to fall on his head at a moment’s notice without any warning.'

What a load of rubbish. If anyone in the BNP believes that, they're an bigger idiot than even we would believe. You'll remember that the BNP has tried this on on a number of occasions when things have been going pear-shaped for the party. One of the most notable was when Robert Cottage was arrested in October of last year for stockpiling chemicals that could be used to make explosives. The BNP announced that Cottage was no longer a member, though omitted to mention that membership then ran from January to December and that Cottage had stood for a council seat for the party in May 2006 and thus would have had to be a fully paid-up member at that time. A stupid lie that the party has tended to repeat ad nauseum despite the fact that everyone knows it's a lie.

Curiously, there is a section on the new voting arrangements within the party that absolutely no-one internally appears to be questioning - the peculiar 'Voting Membership activist elite' that will be deciding how the party is run in future.

Griffin has mentioned something similar before but now he's being more explicit. Torn between the desire to keep control of the party in the hands of his closest allies, and increasingly strident calls for greater internal democracy, he has apparently compromised by creating the new membership tier (the Voting Membership, who pay more to have that voting power).

This 'elite' who, let's face it, are all likely to be Griffin's chums anyway (organisers and so on) are to get a number of extra rights over and above their extraordinary voting rights. It should be noted that an ex-colleague of Griffin's back in the old days when the late and unlamented John Tyndall was in charge of the BNP, recently pointed out that 'the only thing consistent between now and then has been [Griffin's] desire for a multi-tiered membership. Something that has always seemed like an attempt to solve a problem that does not actually exist.' Indeed.

These additional rights for the elite include (don't laugh) 'effective powers of scrutiny over all central party finances', 'key failsafe powers over the leader and leadership elections at present vested in the Advisory Council and Deputy Chairman' (the role of DC going along with Scott McLean into the dustbin of BNP history), and 'to step up the level of ideological training for VMs'. Quite what this last bit means, we have no idea, but the phrase 'ideological training' sounds deeply worrying and something one would expect to hear from an internment camp for political dissidents.

Interestingly, Griffin then segues into a piece on the need to find a role within the BNP for Arthur Kemp. Kemp was mentioned in July's Searchlight as a former operative in South African Intelligence and, of course, the author of the monumental March of the Titans: The History of the White Race. A few chapter headings should give you a rough idea of which way Kemp's ideology leans.

'The rise and fall of civilizations explained in terms of their racial homogeneity; with the Near East civilizations as examples.'

'Roman conquest of mixed race Middle and Near East lands; Influx of mixed race peoples and slaves into Rome causes dissolution of original Roman population.'

'The White Race war against the non-White Muslims in Palestine; Egypt, North Africa and Portugal, under the guise of Christianity.'

'The non-White Moors invade Europe and are driven out by White armies; Jewish co-operation with the non-White Moors.'

'White civil wars caused by Christianity; One third of the White Race killed as a result.'

'Whites explore and start settling the world'

'The White Conquest of South and Central America and the creation of modern South American population; fall of Incas and Aztecs explained through racial mixing.'

'All significant inventions which shape the world originate with the White Race; comprehensive list of inventors, inventions, dates, places.'

'The Jewish role in the creation of Communism; Soviet anti-Zionism.'

'The dissolution of contemporary Western civilization through breakdown in racial homogeneity; racial discordance (race and crime); Current rates of non-White immigration will mean not one majority White country left on earth by 2090.'

I'm pretty sure you've got the gist. Kemp is a hardcore racist and white supremacist. Unfortunately, though not perhaps unsurprisingly, the job of ideological training within the BNP is to pass directly into his hands. It looks like a return to more hardcore racism and continued/increased adoration for the 'White Race' at the BNP in the future.

This sudden inclusion of the despicable Kemp into the inner circle of the BNP - in fact to the very top of the party - could well indicate a coming significant change to its stance on race and how the BNP deals with it. If I were Pat Richardson (Jewish), Laurence Rustem (Anglo-Turkish), both BNP councillors, or Sharif Abdel Gawad (Greek-Armenian), a former BNP council candidate, I'd be extremely nervous. In fact, if I was a BNP member at all, I'd be nervous. There is a feeling of great shift in the air, partly generated, I believe, by the leadership challenge and all the recent controversy around Griffin, money and (among other things) Croatia. When a dictator gets nervous, he tends to lash out in all directions. Griffin's most recent blog post reads like the first crack of the whip. We believe there are a lot more to come.

62 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice. A good take on the shit written on Griffins site.

Anonymous said...

This Kemp bloke sounds a bit hardcore doesn't he. Where the hell did he pop up from?

fat bugger at the bar ! said...

More bollocks than a vet's dustbin!
Pass the Andrex!!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Griffin fancies him?

Apple said...

Let's not forget Griffin's London operations come from a white supremacist bomber from Apartheid South Africa.

It proves the hypocrisy of the money-grabbing, deceitful Griffin.

There'll never be any other leader of the BNP than bombastic loser Nick Griffin, and he's taking the piss big time out of the BNP members who pay his membership fees.

And yet, nobody plans to do anything to remove this undemocratic bastard from power, you wimps!!!

Apple said...

Maybe most BNPers are too scared of Griffin's heavies to eject hkim from the BNP.

Anonymous said...

Just for interest, referring to the picture, where's the minger about to stick his finger???

lol

Collett or Kemp's arse?

Anonymous said...

Not a single mention of the Harrington debacle...

I wander why he doesn't champion his make-believe trade union, persuading people to part with their coffers,

Anonymous said...

Nick Griffin's the only thief within the BNP

Anonymous said...

On the new 'democracy' in the bnp, does anyone know

1) how exactly does anyone qualify as a voting member?
2) will there be a cap on the number of voting members?
3) what exactly are these powers?
4) are they effective?

If the hurdles are too high, and if there is a low maximum number, then Griffin can restrict the voting members to a small clique of his friends.

Then it will not matter what these powers are or how effective they are or are not.

On the accounts, if every member is to receive a set in their members' bulletin, then LUAF should be able to get hold of them too.

Is there any point in attacking the bnp for dodgy accounts when we do not yet have them? All we have to do is wait a little while and then we shall either have all the ammunition or not.

Antifascist said...

'Not a single mention of the Harrington debacle...'

To be fair, he does touch (just once) on Solidarity, but only to come out with this nonsense,

'I’ll return to the subject to look at what’s being done with independent nationalist groups such as the Association of British Ex-Service Personnel (ABEX), the Christian Council of Britain and Solidarity in a future blog...'

Frankly, I couldn't be bothered after I read the phrase 'independent nationalist groups'.

sam said...

An excellent and intriguing article

Anonymous said...

"There'll never be any other leader of the BNP than bombastic loser Nick Griffin, and he's taking the piss big time out of the BNP members who pay his membership fees."
Hasnt LUAF always said that?

"And yet, nobody plans to do anything to remove this undemocratic bastard from power, you wimps!!!"
Their problem if they are that stupid. They deserve all the shit theyget.

Pete said...

The glorification of the white race - and then you see people like Mark Collet, Sid Williamson and Kevin Watmouhg. What the hell is there to glorify about them over any other race? What a joke.

Pete said...

"1) how exactly does anyone qualify as a voting member?"
Isn't it only dependant on how much you pay?

Anonymous said...

thanks for this, we kind of understand now why none of the bnp councillors in barking & dagenham got ballot papers for leadership election.

and as for reading our emails their welcome STUFF EM

Anonymous said...

"The argument is over, and anyone trying to raise it again against the repeatedly expressed will of the vast majority of the party will mark themselves out as a would-be saboteur and a candidate for expulsion."

You're right to highlight that. It's shockig. No-one can even suggest a move towards greater democracy without risking expulsion? Christ, what a party!

JohnC said...

"British National Party members
who automatically qualify to
become voting members on the
activist’s criterion are organisers, fundholders, regional and national officials and devolved HQ staff. Candidates who stood in elections throughout the year (2007) also qualify providing that they meet the criterion of two years membership and training session attendance in accordance with Voting Member qualification [paying more to be members]."
There's your definition of 'voting member'.

Anonymous said...

is griffin saying (and his treasurery statement) that if dicky in barking & dagenham had paid our money in on time, which we all gave him, we would have had a vote in the leadership election?

i agree with previous poster Stuff em

Anonymous said...

The members of any club can legally demand their subs back, if they feel they have not been spent as they were led to believe, that is, if someone takes Griffin to the small claims court, as the "blazer and tie" brigade ought to do.

Fester said...

The thought of Griffin's ugly brat of a daughter taking over is a worry to anyone who cares about the BNP.

Duncan Money said...

So Griffin spys on BNP members, refuses to allow even any discussion of the 'one member one vote' system and then states that those who have different beliefs to him should not be able to talk about them to others.

And this is a man who has the arrogance to lecture others about freedom of speech and democracy?

The word 'hypocrite' doesn't even come close.

Jakob said...

Good decontruction and most illuminating on Arthur Kemp. I'd heard of him but had no idea what exactly he was. Now we can see which direction the BNP is planning for the future, doesn't that make the idea of the possibility of a bolt hole being necessary in Croatia a little more likely?

Friend of LUAF said...

This is over at NWN

"Snipped from LUAF

"Griffin's post then goes off into a curiously disturbing diversion about a young BNP member suspected of being a mole for Searchlight. In this section, he speaks of the young man corresponding with Gerry Gable 'from an email account set up for him by a BNP loyalist, so we were able to see precisely what he was doing..."


Nick Griffin also had a member at BNP HQ watching my emails. They had guessed my account name and secret question with Supanet and were able to email them to change my password. Were it not for a friend on their sick email ring I would never have found out. I also get viagra spam by the bucket load since resigning from the BNP.

All official BNP email accounts are passworded by the party, read and watched. Mine was a private email account that they hacked and were watching. If Griffin were reading my emails today he'd probably burst a blood vessel.

Oh, and talking of 'Thieves and Vermin'. Have you declared that money to the EC yet, Mr Darby? No? Don't worry dear, I have :-)

Kind regards

Sharon Ebanks"

Anonymous said...

I'd like to request a larger version of that image of Griffin, please.

Anonymous said...

I hear Sharon Ebanks has recieved death threats because she is about to spill the beans on the BNP accounts. Anyone got anymore information?

JohnC said...

"I'd like to request a larger version of that image of Griffin, please."
That's it, I'm afraid. It's a snip from a Roger Cook programme posted on YouTube. Click on the image and it gets slightly larger but that's as good as it gets. Sorry.

gc said...

"I'd like to request a larger version of that image of Griffin, please."

It's your lucky day:
http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u142/gumchum/gf.jpg

Anonymous said...

I Just recieved this

"I therefore resign from the British National Party.

A clear conscience is a wonderful thing. I thoroughly recommend it.

Please forward to the necessary people.
Simon Smith
(14/08/2007 4.25 pm)"

gc said...

http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u142/gumchum/gf2.jpg

Uncropped gf2.jpg

Anonymous said...

bnp members resigning on this blog, S Ebanks posting truths about the organisation, you couldnt make this up.

Griffin may need his bolt hole in croatia to run to soon cos he wont have a party to lead.

to all bnp members "walk towards the light"......

johnc said...

"bnp members resigning on this blog, S Ebanks posting truths about the organisation, you couldnt make this up."
Too right. It's a laugh a minute here, innit.

Old Sailor said...

Reading private E-Mails, hacking into the account, guesing at passwords.

Joking apart, is this not a matter for the police, and the Data Protection register.

A further point all Nutzi Candidates at all levels will have received copies of the full electorial register,including such name as requested to stay off the publically available lists. I have little doubt that these are not destroyed after the elections.

Is there any evidence that Nutzis are misusing that information ?

Antifascist said...

This certainly is a matter for the police and I wish someone who had had their email interfered with in this way would begin the process properly. It's time someone within the BNP stood up for their rights. Clive Potter should definitely go through the courts to force Griffin to back down over his expulsion - though I doubt he will. Ebanks, if indeed she has the information she says she does, should use it properly instead of just talking about it. Will no-one stand up to Griffin and the things he has done/is doing in the BNP? It's no wonder he clearly feels he has the right to piss all over the membership - none of them have the courage to fight back.

Oh, and gc - thanks for providing the image. It'll be useful. :-)

Anonymous said...

Kevin Hughes has just announced on the BNP forum that Simon Smith has resigned

Who is next?

Denise G said...

It's on Stormfront too.

Can you paste the text?

Anonymous said...

Fantastic stuff. You're doing a great job.

Anonymous said...

How do i "cross the floor" with safety? frustrated and pissed off bnp at Barking & Dagenham.

The night of the long knives said...

The night of the long knives continues.

Statement from Simon Darby about resignation of Simon Smith

A Statement Concerning Simon Smith

It was well known that former Black Country organiser Simon Smith was
a supporter of Chris Jackson in the recent leadership challenge. This was of course his democratic right and further to this two senior representatives of the challenger's campaign spoke openly at a Black Country meeting freely promoting their candidate.

Unfortunately, at this meeting despite being asked to refrain from expressing his personal beliefs, during his own speech Simon Smith once again referred to 9/11 as being “an inside job”. In fact, despite having being told how politically damaging this form of pro-Muslim crankery could be, he emphasised his belief twice stating that “he would stake his life on it”.

Shortly after the Leadership election Simon Smith was made aware that an investigation was to take place concerning how a membership list had made its way to a former Birmingham organiser. This list, although sent to several people, was in fact never actually used. Further to this Simon Smith was told that the list dated back to the time when he was heavily involved in processing Party memberships and at one point during that time scale Simon Smith had actually left his computer at the home of that former Birmingham organiser. At no point however, was it inferred at that time that Simon Smith was actually to blame for the severe breach of security.

On the 27th July, after the leadership election results had been announced, Simon Smith sent an email to several BNP members as well as other people. Unforgiveably, one of the two attachments also contained in this email was an article complete with reader comments copied directly from a UAF site.

Simon Smith was shown a copy of the original email he had sent out early yesterday (August 14) afternoon and asked to explain the very serious implications as to what he had done. Three hours later Simon Smith admitted to having sent the email and announced that he was resigning from the BNP.

There we have the truth of the matter.


Simon Darby

Antifascist said...

'How do i "cross the floor" with safety? frustrated and pissed off bnp at Barking & Dagenham.'

Speak to the leader of the group to which you'd like to shift. Tell them whether you wish to do it quietly or to make a show of it and arrangements will be made accordingly. If you want to avoid all that, just announce that you resign the BNP whip and you're continuing as an Independent. Don't expect any comeback from your ex-BNP colleagues because there won't be any - they'll just ignore you in the council chamber (on the rare occasions they bother to attend). Of course, you may be pleasantly surprised and find one or two more might follow you. Good luck whichever way you do it. Let us know how it goes.

Antifascist said...

'A Statement Concerning Simon Smith

[snip]

Simon Darby'

Night of the Long Knives indeed. I can see this one is going to run and run...

Labour said...

You cannot cross he floor to Labour from the BNP.

The Labour Party would not accept your membership.

They would gladly however, work with you as an Independent.

Anonymous said...

"Labour said ..."

Why do you still call yourself 'Labour'? Wouldn't 'Immigration' be more suitable?

gc said...

http://i167.photobucket.com/albums/u142/gumchum/gf3.gif

gf3.gif

fat bugger at the bar ! said...

If you beleive Simon Darby, you'll believe in little green men....................!
Wait until it comes from the horses mouth, NOT griffins mouthpiece and bumchum!

Anonymous said...

The Hacking of E-Mails is an imprisonable offence. The Hacking of US based Servers providing E-Mails is an imprisonable and extradiatable offence.

Investment in Croatian land without clarity of separation in audited accounts between Party and Enterprise is, similarly, an offence.

Put them all together and you have serious, organised, wire fraud - as the American Friends of the BNP might call it. Presuming they are Friends.

Anonymous said...

"Anonymous said...
The Hacking of E-Mails is an imprisonable offence. The Hacking of US based Servers providing E-Mails is an imprisonable and extradiatable offence.

Investment in Croatian land without clarity of separation in audited accounts between Party and Enterprise is, similarly, an offence.

Put them all together and you have serious, organised, wire fraud - as the American Friends of the BNP might call it. Presuming they are Friends.

9:05 PM, August 18, 2007"

My name is, Sharon Ebanks.

I have complained to the police and my Internet provider but they don't give a shit. If you think you can get legal action started that won't cost me a penny then you have my permission to do so.

Tommy Williams threatened to kill me twice via telephone, it took the police 3 days to come out to see me and they didn't give a shit.

THE BNP IS A STATE OWNED SCUM BAG PARTY GOING NOWHERE. IT'S THE WAY THE STATE LIKE IT.

Regards

Sharon Ebanks

Anonymous said...

S. Ebanks posting on here, gives us permission to start legal proceedings.....its not your permission thats needed, its your full co-operation, signed statement under oath, written evidence, files, evidence of all finance transactions etc.

If you are serious in your statement then bring it on.....

Antifascist said...

@ Sharon Ebanks

If you're serious about doing something about all this, put it all in writing (in detail) together with any possible supportive evidence and sling it off to us via email. Back that up with a signed and witnessed affidavit along the same lines and send it to our address (you can get it from Redwatch) and we'll make damn sure it'll get to the relevant authorities.

If you seriously have information that'll get rid of Griffin, use it. Not making use of it is a betrayal of the innocents caught up in his web of lies and deceit. Send it to us - we'll certainly use it.

Anonymous said...

While i support previous statements by anon and antifacist in response to @sebanks, and i in no way support her politics, if she is making a genuine gesture and has got any evidence that will bring Griffin down, he and his cronies will know that, and she may have genuine cause to be worried for her safety, a genuine gesture of support for her to enable the bigger deed to be done would not go amiss.

Anonymous said...

For pity sake, you're all missing the point. It will go nowhere but your blog or leaflets which NO nationalists believe anyway, well, untill recently.

The real point is this...

The police have info to lock people up or charge them AND THEY DON'T

The press have been given info on BNP accounts and shinnanigans AND THEY DON'T BLOODY WELL PRINT IT.

The BNP auditors KNOW what they did was wrong
The EC KNOW the BNP accounts are wrong AND THEY ALL DO NOTHING

THE BNP IS PROTECTED BY THE STATE. IT IS A SAFETY VALVE THAT GRIFFIN IS BEING ALLOWED TO RUN. IT IS ALL THE BRITISH DISSENTERS WHO DON'T FOLLOW THE RULES IN ONE ROOM BEING WATCHED UNDER THE UMBRELLA THAT IS CALLED THE BNP.

So, let me get on with it my way. Thank you

Anonymous said...

"While i support previous statements by anon and antifacist in response to @sebanks, and i in no way support her politics"

Uh!

Apart from immigration our politics are identicle so don't pull that one with me. If you wish to live in a world with diversity destroyed then have it but I'd prefer to visit India to meet the people and experience their culture, I don't want to get off a plane to be greeted by Peter and Jane and taken to the local chip shop owned by a man called John Smith. You'll also find me equally furious that the Brits have destroyed Spain with their pukey bars and bacon and egg fests. Culture and individuality should be celebrated and not opressed by whinging minority groups afraid of losing their own sense of self importance and any buttons or levers it may push.

Anonymous said...

anon said...or sebanks said...for pitys sake........"your on your own girl", dont say you were not given the chance or offered the support which you were on this blog, what did you do react like any snarling bitch on heat, you bit the hand.

get on with it....

Anonymous said...

As has been pointed out elsewhere, Griffin and other BNP contributors crowed when Labour were voted in on a minority vote, claiming that the 'silent majority' had spoken by not voting at all. Curious how he seems unable to transfer this to his own situation where, because of the pitiful 43% turnout for the leadership election in the tiny BNP, it turns out that Nick Griffin's mandate is a mere 39%. Not a mandate at all, in fact.


A lot of BNP members wouldn't have bothered voting as they would have regarded a Griffin victory as a foregone conclusion. Griffin could have boosted the numbers (and probably his percentage) by enclosing a pre-paid envelope but that would have cost a fair bit of money. Everyone had the opportunity to vote against him if they wanted to.

Jeff Marshall said...

'Anonymous' is quite right. Moreover, if a 43% turnout makes Griffin's vote 'a mere 39%' and therefore 'not a mandate at all', it also renders Jackson's vote 'a mere 3-4%', which is even less of a mandate. In fact it is nothing more than a tiny protest vote.
So now that's over with, let's get down to some proper work... It should also be remembered that the indeterminately-gendered fat freaks of the UAF - who scream abuse at decent BNP patriots who stand up to be counted - and, er - what was it called? - The Voice of Treason Against Bigotry - do not give a damn about the state of democracy in the British National Party - any more than they care a fig about the future of our nation. Strange to see 'Nationalists' occasionally posting on these sites - it's as though the BNP in the 1990s had decided to refer their internal difficulties to the 'Reds' who were trying to assault them every weekend down in Brick Lane.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
anon said...or sebanks said...for pitys sake........"your on your own girl", dont say you were not given the chance or offered the support which you were on this blog, what did you do react like any snarling bitch on heat, you bit the hand.


Bit of a pattern emerging here perhaps?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Not a single mention of the Harrington debacle...

I wander why he doesn't champion his make-believe trade union, persuading people to part with their coffers


I think you will find that Solidarity can defend itself.

Anonymous said...

this least democratic of all political parties

If you study the internal voting systems of a number of parties you might find stiff competition for this title!

Anonymous said...

Everyones email is interfered with by what you lot consider the Deomcratically chosen marxist brown party!
Who gets to vote in the BNP?
The membership obviously...unlike labours undemocratic block voters and i don't just mean unions!
You people prove alot to myself one is why i vote BNP your language is disgusting...gutter language!
How many voted the ..Democratic Gov in?-
Also who gave the fascist UAF the power they think that they have?
EU/ARAB AXIS...explain that to the electorate!
Explain why 2010 will change the
face of Britain forever!
Who will pay your benefits then with 9 more muslim countries claiming?
U.R.A Bunch of low life suckers!

Anonymous said...

MEMBERS VOTE...VERY SIMPLE TO UNDERSTAND...NEM E'RTED BOLOND?

Anonymous said...

anon said....bit of a pattern, would that be knit one purl one?

Terry said...

Education and freedom will destroy racism forever.

BNP are a dying breed, with only 13,000 members how can the BNP ever expect to have any meaning in todays modern society.

The only the BNP can recruit new members is by brainwashing children when they are too young to think for themselves.

If the BNP wish to take control they will need to inbreed, form a new super race of mutants and sieze control of the UK! Good luck with that, racist beware the tables have turned.