April 26, 2011
Posted by John P
Political campaigning is a hard slog. For BNP members it’s always been harder than it is for most parties.
This year it’s even harder, what with the likelihood there may not even be a party to come home to by the end of May. Lacking the candidates and the members of previous years coupled with large scale defections to rival parties is bad enough, and now there is of course, the high profile arrests of some of your party’s most favourite Nazi saluting youngsters. It would be enough to turn some to drink. Indeed it appears it has.
To celebrate St Georges’s Day, those few remaining party loyalists not locked up in some police cell somewhere decided to head to the beautiful surrounds of West Yorkshire for a bout of heavy drinking and fooling around with guns. After all, gun ownership is BNP policy. Now obviously these are not real guns, but one must question the wisdom of not just allowing five or six of your party’s candidates to be photographed fooling around with any kind of firearm, but what would Nick Griffin think of this pic (which we have doctored so as not to offend) of his already under-fire Yorkshire Organiser and criminal with his pants at his ankles? Simon Goodricke, the Yorkshire organiser pictured here with his trousers around his ankles, is better known as another of Nick Griffin’s controversial choices for party office. He is a confidence trickster and disgraced former police officer who conned a pensioner out of her savings.
What St George, himself a foreigner who never visited these shores would think of the antics of this bunch is anyone’s guess. What the electorate think of people who glorify their own stupidity and violence, lark around with guns and behave like morons, the electorate will we’re sure, let the party know on May 5. In the meantime, we’ll keep plugging away with our campaigning and keep on exposing these morons time after time after time.
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