The clock is ticking on the BNP. The membership's money has all been spent. Desperate creditors are in some cases resorting to extreme measures to recover monies owed. Senior members are now being held liable for the party's debts.
Some BNP officials have literally gone into hiding as the clock ticks down and there is still no further word on whether Nick Griffin can raise the £45,000 needed to fight off a winding up order against the party.
A BBC documentary is preparing to go to air next week with a programme that will fully expose what they have uncovered in just a few short months of digging into the BNP's finances. The content of the documentary is going to be to say the least, explosive.
One faction in the BNP has gone out of its way in desperation to help the BBC. Last weekend the BNP's leadership invited the BBC to film them at a meeting, giving the BBC the impression that they were going to be allowed to put a number of serious allegations to the leadership. But instead, like spoilt children, the BNP read out a bizarre statement while another senior figure berated the BBC over of all things, given today's news, paedophilia.
Tomorrow it is expected that moves will be made to both bankrupt BNP leader Nick Griffin and have the party placed in administration. This last ditch effort by the anti-Griffin faction is in the hope that the party will be able to come out of administration with a new leader. It's a desperate act, particularly when you consider how badly Mrs Griffin reacted just to having the family's Skoda repossessed by the courts.
And while all of this is going on (each side knows what evil deeds the other is up to) they continue to try and outdo each other on internet forums with personal attacks, threats, impersonation and intimidation. Fantastic stuff to read it is too, and the longer it goes on, the less chance there would appear to be of anyone actually saving the BNP. Yesterday a statement was issued in the name of anti-Griffinite and former London regional organiser Chris Roberts. In the statement, Roberts decided to throw his weight back behind Nick Griffin a move that had the potential to split the anti-Griffin camp right down the middle. It read as a very plausible statement by Roberts. It actually turns out that although it was written by Roberts, it was written during another crisis a few years ago when he decided to come to the aid of Nick Griffin. Roberts is reportedly most unimpressed.
Our sources in the party report that two senior Griffin supporters are threatening that if they go down, they will take the entire leadership with them. All the cash cookies appear to have been taken from the cookie jar.
Some people are asking what has happened to the money the party collected for their Association of British ex-servicemen (ABEX).
And if as feared the European Parliament suspends payments to the party, one party loyalist is prepared to go to the media with what he thinks will more than cover the shortfall in wages. Sadly for him, we already have the story and not the sanitised for his benefit version he is trying to sell to Fleet Street.
The anti-Griffin faction are preparing to wheel out former NF Chairman and jailbird Martin Wingfield as an interim Chairman should they be successful with their plans.
Tomorrow should be interesting.
Thanks to Nick Lowles at HOPE not Hate