June 07, 2011
Posted by Antifascist
What with the expulsions and suspensions Griffin and his cronies have handed out of late, the meeting would probably be better suited to the nearest available phone box, whilst any remaining dissenters will no doubt be firmly dealt with by the Griffin loyalists who run Liverpool BNP.
There's a slight chance at this late hour that the BNP's other MEP, Andrew Brons, may feel the time is right to throw his name into the leadership contest. Brons has already set up a rival BNP website mirroring when he helped set up a rival newspaper to Griffin's when the two of them fell out while in the old National Front back in the 80's.
If Griffin gets his way at the EGM, he'll be party leader for five more years. And judging on his performances of late, I'm not going to call that a bad thing!
Nick Lowles/Hope not hate