Thank you for your kind words.
To be honest I feel elated that a great weight has been lifted from my shoulders in the form of BNP membership.
It confers no benefit but, due to Griffin and co, only opprobrium from ones peers for being a member of such an organisation! In reality, it should bring pride that one is prepared to make a stand for the culture and well being of our great nation and its people whilst being mindful that we have a duty of care to those less fortunate than ourselves.
I despair of the fact that this is a Christian country yet our Church leaders are blind to the creeping Islamification, not only of Britain, but of the whole of Europe. Do they not know their history? Have they not heard of Charles Martell or Jan Sobieski? Do they not realise that they are weakening the very foundation stones of our civilisation by acquiescing to a medieval misogynistic cult?
In our recent history, since re-admitting Jews, we have tolerated other Religions and allowed them to go about their business quietly and unhindered. In return they do not proselytise.
This is not true of Islam whose 1.6 million adherents in this country appear to deem it their right to object to anything which disturbs their sensibilities and to which our spineless masters answer in the most obsequious terms, without even considering the long term implications of their appeasement.
Take for instance the latest absurdity being considered, that police sniffer dogs should wear booties when entering Muslim premises!
To return to your letter, it was inevitable that I was going to be "purged" and I deliberately attended the "tribunal" to obtain a final closure from the horse’s mouth, so to speak.
It saddened me that there were several good people there, (apart from the duplicitous Andy McBride who was scathing of Griffin and constantly extolled Sadie's virtues until it came to decision time), and who really thought that they were acting in the best interest of the party but in reality were, and are, being duped.
This brings me on to Colin's challenge.
I do think, with hindsight, that perhaps we should have been more aggressive from the outset. By the time I had received information from around the country that the vast majority of those who we were relying on to sign Colin's Nomination Form had not renewed their membership it was too late to retrieve the situation.
What is even more frustrating is that I am sitting on damning evidence which would probably have won the day had I made it public; indeed, it would have put a different complexion on the "tribunal" had I divulged the contents of the dossier in my possession.
However, I chose not to do so as my mole, who is very senior within the Party, is still active and to have done so would have unmasked the person.
Moving forward, we must consider our options. Jim, Ivan and Neil have already set the ball rolling in their neck of the woods and Ivan informs me that they are in contact with others across the North. I am in discussion with others as to the way forward, indeed, I had two phone calls from supporters yesterday evening whilst I was at a meeting. One from the South Coast and one from the South Midlands. It is my sincere belief that we can move forward very rapidly without the albatross of Griffin and his sycophants around our necks as there are already pledges of financial support on the table.
Over the next few days I propose to write a narrative of my reasons for supporting Colin and why I arrived at such a decision which, hopefully, will go up on the blog.
In the meantime we will keep in close contact and I will fully appraise everyone of the developments.