Arthur Kemp, the former South African spook who currently oversees the BNP's 'ideological training' and is thus responsible for the party's brainwashing, is a regular speaker at the larger branches from which Nick Griffin expects great things, and next in preference seems to be Jonathan Bowden, the man who once stomped out of the party in disgust after Griffin's attack dogs at Covert suggested he was a paedophile, but who has now re-entered the party with renewed enthusiasm.
Simon Darby, the party's press officer and deputy leader, doesn't do too much public speaking because he seems to be too busy doing his nature blog and working alongside Richard Barnbrook down in London - though Barnbrook himself, despite being almost incoherent, seems an unaccountably popular branch speaker. Perhaps it's because he makes them laugh. He certainly makes us laugh.
And so it goes on. Good speakers are snaffled by larger and more active branches and the smaller, more remote or simply less worthy branches have to make do with the best they can get. Which is probably why Dartford BNP has ended up with the ghastly Lynne Mozar.
Regular readers will no doubt remember Mozar from the truly toe-curling Sky TV documentary BNP Wives, in which she was heavily featured, spouting her racist bile and pontificating at great length about her love for the party. Who can forget her lunatic babbling as the programme opened? Not us, so here it is.
'The British National Party is my baby. It's not, not necessarily my familys or my husbands or anyone elses, it's mine. All mine. My own. For me. And I love it...mine. [cackle, cackle] All mine! [more cackling]'Indeed. Though Mozar is more than just a babbling loon - she's also, as you would expect, a racist. During the documentary, after referring to 'Paki's', she hastily added; 'That's a legal term for them', pointing out that she also 'sometimes' uses the racist term for blacks, 'and why not?'
Erm, because it's deeply offensive, perhaps?
Nevertheless, Dartford BNP looks to be saddled with this racist harridan at its next meeting on Wednesday at the Jolly Farmers pub at Thames Road, Crayford DA1 4QH. The meeting starts at 8pm though members and supporters are asked to arrive at 7.30pm - presumably so they can join the enormous queue to see the crowd-pulling Mozar.
If anyone fancies going along to join them, a map is available here (viewable in Firefox or IE), though it should be pointed out that there will be security, and you know how vigorous BNP security can be at times. The pub - for those who know the area - is on the bottom-left point of the chemical works/waste reception centre/industrial estate triangle. Such a salubrious address but somehow fitting for Mozar and the BNP.
If you'd like any more details, I feel sure that the party will be only too pleased to provide them. You can ring the Dartford contact at 07594-160118 or 05601-950167.