Saturday, May 24, 2008

A leader in crisis

“Are you with me?” demanded a clearly worried, purple-faced Party Leader who in November 2007 in his final address at the BNP Conference in Blackpool was even back then clearly displaying signs of both megalomania and paranoia and when the first response from a thoroughly stunned audience was too feeble for Mr. Griffin’s liking he roared again “Are you with me?”. The second response was far more voluble and clearly to His Lordship’s satisfaction, immediately switching his barely concealed sneer of contempt to a broad beaming smile at the adulation heaped upon him by a Party faithful of 200 or so members; new and old alike, confused whether they should humour him or silently head for the exit.

Any one who has ever ventured out into the beautiful wild landscapes of these islands with a group of friends and associates, perhaps as Girl Guides, Boy Scouts, in the military or just an informal weekend hill walking group will appreciate the value of placing trust in the person with the map. The lead man (or woman) with the OS map and these days the GPS device can get the group safely over the streams, avoid the danger spots, along the dry and leeward paths to the goal which may be a trig point on a mountain top, a camping site, a refueling station or a cosy country pub. The person who claims and then demonstrates his or her abilities to get the group to the goal is respected and valued, even if not personally liked by everyone in his or her group. Screw up, lead the group into a dangerous gully or a midge infested bog and then blame the weather, the map itself or someone else in the group for his own failings is the quickest way to lose any respect and earn contempt instead.

A leader of a political party which seeks to bring about revolutionary changes to the way our country is governed, the way our society is conducted and which seeks the absolute security for the indigenous peoples in our island homeland is bound to attract condemnation, belittlement and derision. It goes with the job.

Such condemnation, belittlement and derision is expected from that Party’s natural political opposition but when serious doubts about the Leader’s competence arise within the membership and attracts opprobrium from a rapidly growing number of that individual’s former colleagues and associates the ability of the man with the map is in question. Is the group still on course to get to its original destination? Has bad weather created such an obstacle to the wayfaring that the group had better seek shelter and sit out the rough patch? Has the man with map decided to change the destination without telling the group who are suffering hail from above and boggy ground from below, being ravaged by biting insects and risking the occasional rock fall as they follow the man with the map? Perhaps the man who started out with the map has lost his way and has blamed God, the weather, the makers of the map and a score of people in the group rather than admit the mistake to himself and to the group?

Respect earned never demanded

A good leader who wishes to remain in office will do everything possible to earn and maintain the respect of his close team of advisers and lieutenants, will do everything possible to earn and maintain respect from the wider mass membership who ultimately pay his wages through their annual subscriptions and furthermore will do everything to earn the albeit begrudging respect of rational political opponents, free thinking media commentators and the wider electorate who are unsurprisingly deeply cynical about any party politician, thanks to the stench of the greed, corruption and sleaze emanating from the inhabitants of the Palace of Westminster.

One thing a mature, long-sighted leader will never do and that is demand respect and loyalty. Only someone so paranoid, so superficial and insecure would demand that which is always earned and never freely given.

The Leader of the British National Party is now so lacking in confidence about the loyalty of those around him, so mistrusting of the officials and officers he has either appointed directly or indirectly that he is asking branch and regional organisers to test the loyalty of the Party’s own activists by getting each one to sign what is effectively an oath of allegiance to the Party’s current regime.

In the past 24 hrs the Party’s Head of Administration has sent out scores of “activist declaration” forms to regional organisers in a bid to test the allegiance of officials and foot soldiers. In echoes of Matthew Hopkins infamous 17th century witch trials anyone failing to sign the form will be assumed to be guilty, a trouble maker and a rebel and will be marked for demotion, suspension and expulsion. Anyone signing it and later regretting it will be marked for demotion, suspension and expulsion.

It is a further attempt to flush out all dissent within the Party, to tighten the grip on those who have given up thinking for themselves and will blindly follow over moor and mountain, through swamp and fen regardless of the ultimate destination, if indeed there is one.

Contempt for freedom and democracy

The BNP once claimed to stand for freedom, security, identity and democracy; the four fundamental pillars of nationalism. This absurd test of allegiance demonstrates clearly what the current Leader thinks of freedom for everyone other than himself. His recent and as yet unsuccessful attempts to derail a leadership challenge mounted by Councillor Colin Auty demonstrates clearly what the current Leader thinks about democracy in the organisation he is leading.

The activist’s declaration form strangely includes “I will do nothing to embarrass the Party”. It is unclear whether this will be retrospectively applied as it has not prevented The Great One from:

  • Overturning the lawful and valid disciplinary action against Mark Collett and Dave Hannam who brought the Party into disrepute after picking up two under age schoolgirls in Blackpool in November 2006.

  • Tolerating the existence of a handful of “bad backers” in various positions – spongers claiming benefits from the State while being paid cash in hand and getting expenses reimbursed by the Party Treasury.

  • Tolerating a totally incompetent Treasury Department which still manages to enrage scores of fundholders of local groups up and down the country; a department which cannot get its submissions to the Electoral Commission (EC) on time thereby incurring fines paid by members’ dues.
  • Bragging about the huge amount of money donated to the Party earlier this year but claiming just ONE permissible donation in its submissions to the EC for the first quarter of the year.

  • Actively promoting a supposed “Director” of its “Legal Department” who has made nationalism a derisory term by way of his endless hate-filled self-promoting rants combined with his supposed prophetic genius that the Second Coming is due to happen in 2012 and makes so many grammatical errors that he would never last one single day in a proper office job let alone a functioning law firm.

  • Joining the same globalisation highway as our political enemies which makes a virtue out of saving money by off-shoring goods and services as is evidenced by the latest wheeze of sending BNP officials to training courses in Valencia, Spain because “it’s cheaper than conducting a similar exercise in the UK”.

In reality from a legal point of view the declaration is not worth the paper it is written on and we have heard that so far not a single one of these forms has been completed and returned to the Supreme Leader’s HQ in Deeside. Perhaps the days following the Bank Holiday weekend will see the full scale of the disillusionment with the current regime in which case we can expect many more ludicrous edicts and acts associated with paranoia and megalomania.

How much more nonsense will the decent, long suffering members tolerate?

The wording of the
BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY ACTIVIST DECLARATION FORM

I, …………………………………………………………………………………….

wish to support and help in the election of British National Party candidates in the local authority area of

………………………………………………………………………………………..


  • • I agree to abide by the British National Party’s Constitution and any amendments made to it under the provisions of the Constitution.

  • • I agree to accept the authority of the relevant local, regional and national officials of the Party.

  • • I totally repudiate and oppose the suggestion that British National Party members should stand as Independent Nationalist candidates and I condemn the use of lies and rumour-mongering to foster such an anti-BNP agenda.

  • • I agree that all Nationalists of good standing should join the British National Party and stand as British National Party candidates.

  • • I will do all that I can to ensure that any successful candidates will keep the Party whip and will not cross the floor to sit as a councillor for another Party nor as an Independent councillor.

  • • I guarantee that I will not associate politically with any proscribed organization or individual.

  • I will cease to associate politically with any organization or individual that is subsequently proscribed (in accordance with Annex 1 (5) of the Constitution).

  • • I will support the Party in its endeavours to lawfully secure its assets and property that may be held by other third parties.

  • • I will do all that I can to ensure that any successful candidate will loyally serve their full term unless unforeseen circumstances make it impossible for them to continue.

  • • I will do nothing to embarrass the Party.

  • • I can confirm that I am a current fully paid up member of the Party.

Signed…………………………………………………………..

Date…………………………





46 comments:

Anti-gag said...

A bit long winded maybe, but also a very accurate account of Griffin's closing speech at the Blackpool conference last year, I know this because I was one of the members Griffin was trying to pull into line. And to my shame mine I was one of those those voice was heard, unconvincingly saying yes, after Griffin's repeated appeal/order 'are you with me?'. My answer then was indeed a not very convincing and slightly embarrassed forced: yes. My answer now Mr Griffin is a very loud and clear: NO! I'm backing a democratic BNP, with a democratic constitution at its heart over a dictatorship of incompetence and deceit.

Just one last point Mr Griffin: the final motion at that conference (which was tabled by yourself if you remember, asking voting members to endorse an independent membership audit of the party's accounts), was clearly set up to fail. Collett's final emotional appeal to 'trust the chairman', was plainly a clumsily put together staged piece, appealing to member's feelings of personal loyalty to the chairman, rather than logic. You must have quite a shock Mr Griffin when you came so close to losing that vote.

This was possible the first public warning sign that the Griffin/Collett gang were losing their iron grip on the party and must expunge anyone not mindlessly loyal to leadership. Members do indeed owe a loyalty, but not to a power mad dictator and his cronies, that loyalty must be to the ideals and aims of the party itself.

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

St George said...

A really great post, well done. As for the 'Activists Declaration Form' I am lost for words. I can't belive that any free thinking, level headed member of the BNP that placed democracy and free speach on the political agenda as a right, would ever sign such a document. If you do, be it at your peril. Griffin will hold you to it and with slightest breach of his dictat slander you, marginalise you and out you. For God sake treat it with the contempt it deserves, ignore it for the sake of the party's future.

Lynne said...

Another intelligent, clever piece of writing as always. What a loss to the Party these writers and their brilliant minds are, criminal. I loved the analogy. Spot on.
If the declaration wasn't so pitiful and sad, it is almost comical.
I noted that Griffen didn't use the much publicized photo of him gagging himself on an election platform at the top of the form. Nobody is going to sign this, surely. It goes totally against the very being and ideology of BNP members. He has so isolated himself he has totally lost the plot.

sad stan said...

I've never posted on this blog before but this article has inspired to do so.

For the Griffin gang to ask officials of the party to sign a document of this nature would be the same as asking them to undergo a frontal labotomy so that they do not think for themselves anymore. Just do as you're told.

As a long standing member I am shocked that this sort of thing is going on and it stinks at the top and is starting to seep downward.

ex griffinite said...

All BNP officials and activist should read this posting and realise that Griffins compas only points in one direction, to his place in the EU elections and HIS bank. I am gobsmacked.

I'm backing Nick said...

This is a parody of course. Your crew are getting a reputation for creating hoaxes just like the Lee Barnes and Eddy Butler hoax messages. I havent heard of anyone receiving a Activist Declaration Form.

You wind-up merchants had better be careful where you WIND UP!

haha!

BNP and Proud from Stoke said...

Well said "IBN". This is yet another hoax from a gang of malcontents who have lost the case. Nick Griffin has time and again proven his worth. He doesnt need to demand allegiance from anyone. Any BNP member who is serious about winning will do whatever he rightly asks of us as he is the only person who can take this country back from the Labour scum who have ruined this country. Why don't do go back to playing with your train sets and let the serious ones back Nick to get on with the job we have already elected him to do.

I'm not fooled said...

"For the Griffin gang to ask officials of the party to sign a document of this nature would be the same as asking them to undergo a frontal labotomy so that they do not think for themselves anymore. Just do as you're told."

Don't be fooled, the whole thing is a hoax. Nick would never ask this of his faithful supporters. It's just plain ridiculous you can see that surely?

Cllr Chris said...

"I'm backing Nick said...

This is a parody of course. Your crew are getting a reputation for creating hoaxes just like the Lee Barnes and Eddy Butler hoax messages. I havent heard of anyone receiving a Activist Declaration Form.

You wind-up merchants had better be careful where you WIND UP!

haha!"


Was the Eddie Butler message a hoax? If this is a hoax then it was done with the purpose of fooling the leadership challengers. Therefore it is very disingenious to claim it was the leadership challengers themselves creating the hoax.

It seems Mr "haha" that your glee at this hoax points to someone like you planting it. Did you? Now, be honest - are you part of the dirty tricks brigade - or is that asking too much?

Then again we have some fairly vivid proof - perhaps it is not a hoax - but you would just like everyone to believe it is?

Chris
'
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Lynne said...

Griffinites that are calling this form 'a hoax' have been slapped with the reality of an extreme 'cock-up'. Should it be 'a hoax' it is more likely to have come from the Griffin camp. In which case it is still a 'cock-up'. I wouldn't put anything passed them. P.S. Collett, see you're busy on the keyboard again.

Bored said...

The Activist Declaration Form is not a hoax, I assure you. I got one in my e-mail and it came from our Regional Organiser.

Anonymous said...

I'm not fooled said...
"For the Griffin gang to ask officials of the party to sign a document of this nature would be the same as asking them to undergo a frontal labotomy so that they do not think for themselves anymore. Just do as you're told."

Don't be fooled, the whole thing is a hoax. Nick would never ask this of his faithful supporters. It's just plain ridiculous you can see that surely?

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Point to remember, Giffin doesn't know who his faithful supporters are anymore so everyone is under suspicion now. There is no hoax, just a cover up.

Anonymous said...

Great piece. They just keep getting better. I've been waiting for the truth to come out for so long and finally it is!

Anonymous said...

bnp and poud from stoke

" Why don't do go back to playing with your train sets and let the serious ones back Nick to get on with the job we have already elected him to do".

What precisely would that be, I assume your referring to the 90 odd councillors out of 18,000? Precisely how many did that number change from since 2007 or even 2006 or does one GLA seat make amends for the drubbing in local elections.

Train Sets? sorry to disappoint you and your humour devoid attempt at sarcasm but we don't all sit around waiting the orders from Powys.

Having watched this little charade develop there is one thing that really riles me and that is people criticising those who simply want to do their best, so Mr Backing Nick and BNP Stoke I'm going to give you a little lesson in the application of the Law.

The little constitution held so dearly by Griffin is unfair and won't hold water in a Court under Civil Law so instead of playing with my trainset I think I shall give the resources to the Challengers Group to test this.

As a heads up and as I'm sure that this is being widely read by the "upper echelons" lets look behind the keyhole and see if at least these minimums will be met.

Eddy Butler - playing any part in the election process: Annuled on the grounds that his comments show predetermination and bias against the Challenger.

Constitution: A leadership Challenger should have a legitimate expectation that he is allowed to communicate with members in any agreed format and an expectation that he would be given equal access to resources as the standing leader such as hustings, access to member meetings and an equivalence in associated publications (e.g. VoF or the Website)

Constitution: A member should have a legitimate expectation that the principles of the constitution be upheld in the selection of a leader and that any subsequent election be conducted in such a manner as to allow a "reasonable person" the ability to make an informed decision as to their choice and that the ballot of those members be conducted in a manner as to ensure a true reflection of the choice of the member.

It matters not one jot to me who wins or loses, the BNP is a "lame duck" that is in need of total overhaul root and branch or consigning to the dustbin or British Politics with the equivalence of the Monster Raving Loony Party and all those who put their work in would be better forming a party free of the bigots, Nazi wannabes and fools that are over representated in the current BNP.

It's very simple let the members have their say fairly and without fear or favour, such a pity as the policies are in the main very very good, but if its going to be a skewered stitch-up I will happily set about demolishing the BNP in its entirety simply for my own amusement, not like there are'nt people out there who would happily help..is it !!!

neil craig bradford said...

It's about time people started to get serious and see Gri££en and his BNP for what it really is, a hen that lays golden eggs with which he is building himself a nest egg (probably off-shore). He will not surrender the hen so easily. He has used emotional blackmail, theft, lies, dismissals and the constitution to ensure he keeps possession of it, I only hope chicken is not his last meal when he leaves!.

Anonymous said...

anonymous said

I will happily set about demolishing the BNP in its entirety simply for my own amusement, not like there are'nt people out there who would happily help..is it !!!

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These are big words and slip off the tounge so easily. Apart from that you don't need throw a good apple away if its just got a magot gnawing away at it, just cut it outand give it a good clean, some things are worth saving.

Colin Auty Supporter said...

All of the articles on this site make worthwhile reading but there is no point in any more while the site meter reads only five and a half thousand visitors, many of which will be the same ones over and over. It should read 100,000 by now, if not 200,000.

I presume this tells us is that the majority of members are still not aware of the incredulous and grossly unacceptable happenings of the last several months. I have no doubt that if they did know, then Colin would win.

Somehow or other, a way must be found to let everyone know, otherwise Nick Griffin is home and dry.

Any ideas ?

Jeff- activist said...

There is no way on God's Earth that I will ever sign such a form. It is a disgusting little insight into Gri££in's warped mind.

He is so paranoid now that he has to come up with these pathetic things to desperately protect his position. They are not even worth the paper they are written on. He can sick it up where the sun doesn’t shine!

Good luck Colin. Please get me my party back.
You already have plenty of support from many in the Eastern Region.

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Marcia said...

'Colin Supporter' who expresses frustration at the fact that members and supporters, are even now probably oblivious to the vile man that is Griffin, is echoing the sentiments of all that are aware. Griffinites are making some serious mistakes now, the latest one thinking they can bully and threaten regional organisers and activists. Even if these people have been putting their heads in the sand they have to be seriously concerned about the contents of their recently received correspondence. It is these people that MUST investigate and speak up. They have a responsibility to spread those concerns to loyal BNP members, despite the threats. It states in the dubious constition that the leadership can be challenged once a year. How? Griffin won't even allow a challenger into the ring even though he is gagged, bound with his hands behind his back. Colin and his team have no access to their democratic right according to the constitution to challenge because they are denied access through the BNP web-site or literature, a platform to voice this challenge. Colin is a gentleman but he is gagged and bound.The BNP Party is rotting from the inside out. You go on the BNP web-site and you would be led to believe everything is hunky dorry. It is full of blah, blah. Every one person that is aware must spread the word, tell people to visit (be it secretly cos they have been prohibited from learning anything!!!) the Colin Auty challenge site and links. It is down to us individually to make a stand. The challenge team have no stash of funds and I re-iterate no platform. It can be done. It's not too late.
Outside of the BNP, Griffen is pleasing them, he is doing more damage than ever could.

Anonymous said...

A very strong parallel has formed between Gri££in and Blair. The BNP is suffering from the same rot that NuLab endured for so long. An arrogant leader surrounded with a bunch of bootlicking cronies, who has been in power too long and will not accept any opposition.

NuLab is now on its deathbed and this should be taken as a snapshot of what will happen to the BNP if Gri££in continues to run the show.

essex proud said...

It’s been said before and I’ll say it again, why have the media not ripped into Nick Griffin for his latest antics, the BNP in general and the almost criminal constitution? Is it because the powers that be want Giffin to remain as leader of the Party? So why would this be. Is it because whilst he is running the party it’s going absolutely nowhere? With all the purging, slandering and despotic rulings flying around in his attempt to keep a firm grip on his nice little earner, they should be having a field day, but no.

Over the years all the best talent has been got rid of by Giffin just to secure his position and in doing so has deprived the party of people that should go on to be representatives in higher office. Those serving officers, activists and members that now cower and toe the Giffin line are truly flogging an almost dead horse.

Even those misguided twerps over on the Lancaster UAF are saying that Griffin is doing such a good job for them that it would, in time, make the UAF obsolete, nuff said or what.

Some people say that the only hope for Nationalism is the BNP, but unfortunately in its present state of dictatorship, it’s floundering around and, taking into account the total failing of the main parties, is falling well short of the mark despite all the effort at grass roots level.

So many people have just walked away from the party or have become inactive out of pure frustration, the result of disillusionment in a party that is, unfortunately, seriously flawed.

The hard and fast members would pass this off by saying that these people are weak and spineless and have no stomach for the fight. I would counter by saying that these people have the common sense and intellect to realise that, under such bad leadership, if you can’t win the small skirmishes at council level how on earth can you win the big battles when it come to MPs and having an influence in Government.

I would dearly love to see the BNP do well but there are as many ex members and activist out there as there are current; that speaks volumes and a lot of it caused by the whim of one man.

peed off said...

Who the hell does Nick Griffin think he is? to proscribe sites, to order members not to associate with other people, what in the name of God is going on. He has totally lost the plot, crazy, Adolf in carnate. Members must act now or the BNP is a lost cause.

St George said...

Dear old Gordon Brown is having a rough time of it at the moment, maybe he should see if he can get his old mate Nick Griffin to rewrite the Labour party constitution for him, for the right personal fee of course.

Anonymous said...

I can fully understand the word "prescription", not that I have any need for medicine but I'm not sure what "proscription" means.

Sorry to appear dumb but this is a new language to me. I just voted for BNP in London for the first time.

Peed Off said...

Anonymous said...
I can fully understand the word "prescription", not that I have any need for medicine but I'm not sure what "proscription" means.

Sorry to appear dumb but this is a new language to me. I just voted for BNP in London for the first time.

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I to was dumb until a few months ago, but the word proscribe means to ban, prohibit or forbid. In the case of the BNP it means that officers and members must not read material or associate with certain people by order of the leader, Nick Griffin. That is what the party has come (down) to.

Matt said...

I can fully understand the word "prescription", not that I have any need for medicine but I'm not sure what "proscription" means.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Well proscribe means the following}

• verb 1 forbid, especially by law. 2 denounce or condemn. 3 historical outlaw (someone).

Gri££in is in essence burning as witches those that fail to please him, or threaten to uncover his contempt for the membership and his organised corruption.

Proscription was only supposed to be used in extreme circumstances, not abused and used as a tool to silence and assassinate those that actually believe in freedom within the Party.

Anonymous said...

Peed Off said

I to was dumb until a few months ago, but the word proscribe means to ban, prohibit or forbid. In the case of the BNP it means that officers and members must not read material or associate with certain people by order of the leader, Nick Griffin. That is what the party has come (down) to.

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It's not the party that's come to this it's just the despotic leader and his tagnuts, hope you don't mind me correcting you.

Anonymous said...

. Colin and the people either facing expulsion or have been expelled if you want to take Griffin to court. This is what J.T fought griffin through the court through in regard to his expulsion from membership a little gem you may find useful

There is a principle in law called "Ultra Vires" (lit. Beyond the Power). This means that nothing is above the law. No matter what the constitution may say there are certain principles which apply in law.

One of these is judicial review.

Another is the principle that only the courts can define what is illegal / unlawful.
keith axon

ivan the yid from bradford said...

I will admit it - I was wrong. Viewers with long memories will remember that I sent a letter on behalf of the Bradford BNP Committee in January - the reply was an e-mail from Nick G abolishing the Bradford Committee and imposing P Cromie as Bradford (dis)organiser. The letter was posted on EiE and can still be viewed their. In the letter I referred to NG as if he was a 'Stalinist' with references to 'cults of personality' and 'purges'. I, of course, have got Stalin confused with Senator McCarthy. This new form is McCarthyite. All it has done is alienate middle ranking party officers in such places as the South where the 'rebels' did not have much support. All you have to do is look at all comments on this thread from new people, from Southern regions, who are 'gobsmacked' by this form and are now pledging their votes to Colin.

Mike activist said...

I cant say who I am at the moment but I will say that Colin has the vote from lots of people in my branch.
I will not be sending this jole document back to Gri££in.

Good luck.

anonymous at the moment said...

I agree totally with 'Essex and Proud' and with 'Ivan the Yid' but IF and when the election comes will members vote with their heads screwed on the right way round or will they vote to cling onto their various positions and their, almost, way of life within the BNP? Why are so many people staying quiet? Is it because of fear? Fear of being overheard, fear of anthing said getting back to Griffin, fear of getting the chop without a hearing or explanation.

Is that the Party that you want to support and belong to?

I for one will not keep my mouth shut and will not be voting for NG, who am I? well I sure aint going to give him a head start am I, I've put to much time, money and effort into the Party to become Griffin fodder.

Quote.
Some people cause happiness wherever they go;
Others, whenever they go.

(Oscar Wilde)

Anonymous said...

K
Who the hell does Nick Griffin think he is? to proscribe sites, to order members not to associate with other people, what in the name of God is going on. He has totally lost the plot, crazy, Adolf in carnate. Members must act now or the BNP is a lost cause.

Sunday, May 25, 2008
peed off said...
No no do you not mean crazy JOE STALIN.the satalinist purges of the 1930's
keith axon

words fail me said...

@ Keith Axon

Griffin posted on Stormfront no more than an hour or so ago boasting that you had been expelled for...posting on Stormfront!

Could there be any greater example of the double standards which this man operates than that?

Anonymous said...

Why are you selling the 2005 issue of the BNP constitution when i think a 2006 issue is in print some where.

I was expelled from the BNP under this 2006 constitution what constitution wer the rebels expelled/suspended under,

Or perhaps the 2006 never existed or never went to print ?? van you enlighten me .
Keith Axon.

neil craig bradford said...

Can I just side track!
Despite no longer being a member I am still getting begging letters from the party (are they so short of cash). Their new initiative is the Truth Truck which will cost £39,550 with a saving of £13,000 if a second hand vehicle is used. Surely the Party must have that in it's coffers to provide 'an enormous state of the heart advertising truck' Or is it just another golden egg.
They are asking people for donations so that this can happen.
The idea is not new.

What happens to the extra money that is raised!
Have people not been too generous in the past!
Let the party buy it (it will be their asset not the members)
Who will own the printing equipment (Co££et no doubt)
Who decides where it goes and when!

Gri££en how many more money making schemes have you up your sleeves that cannot be audited and are not in control of the members. When are you going to start telling the TRUTH. Start now and let's all start to move forward.

peed off said...

I don't think you can use the words 'truth' and 'Griffin' in the same sentence any more, unless you completely brain washed.

Simon Smith said...

"Gri££en how many more money making schemes have you up your sleeves that cannot be audited and are not in control of the members. When are you going to start telling the TRUTH. Start now and let's all start to move forward.

Gri££in's "real job" is as a sponge to "soak" up the money from those with genuine Nationalist sentiment who would otherwise contribute to something worthwhile.

As such it's a very clever scheme by which the State's Favourite Safety Valve also gets paid ! (An indirect tax levied on Nationalism [to stunt its growth] and paid to one of its employees) Ingenious...

St George said...

Truth truck? is that anything like the 'Battle Bus' that cost so much time and money, it was launched with so much hope and hype and is never seen. I hope that this is not another ploy to fleece more money from the members.

Anonymous said...

So are the signatures in, have we missed the deadline? whats happening?

Richard Chadfield said...

Anonymous said...
So are the signatures in, have we missed the deadline? whats happening?

Wednesday, June 04, 2008
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The deadline is the 30th of June. Challenge for Leadership blog wants the sinatures in for June 10th. The date was incorrectly posted on the blog as June 1st --a typo.
Richard Chadfield

neil craig bradford said...

SECTION 4: ELECTIONS TO PARTY LEADERSHIP
1) Any member of the party may become a candidate for the post of National Chairman of the party provided that person has served a term totalling 5 years' continuous membership of the party ..........

2) Any such candidate must submit his nomination to the party's Head Office not earlier than 31st May, and no later than 30th June of any year.

Following their constitution, we have plenty of time to find Colin a proproser and a seconder along with 100 nominatators who have not less than 2 years' membership.

Anonymous said...

What happens if one or more of the 100 signatories is expelled before the contest takes place? Doesn't that invalidate the challenge?

Eddy Morrison said...

Should you succeed in outsing Griffin which we doubt (even John Tyndall couldn't), we cannot see you are replacing him with anything more than yet another watered down version of 'Neo-Conservatism' - aka ethno-nationalism (so beloved of Lee Barnes). We tried for three years to oust Griffin and in the end had to form a new party which would have been led by JT (we hoped until his untimely death) - however, we attack Griffin on his POLICIES even though we acknowledge he is a con-man and always has been.
Two miracles: You will unseat the odious man
You will actually dare to publish this post from we 'ultras'.
The BNP? Walk away from a real mess and keep your dignity.
Eddy Morrison
British People's Party

Eddy Morrison said...

Well hats off to you for publishing my post! It will gain you no Brownie points with Czar Nicholas but at least shows that even we long time ago outcasts can get a hearing.
Eddy Morrison
British People's Party
(BNP 1982 -1999 - forced to resign)