Good luck to the Burnley faithful tonight.


“Apparently with the disillusionment of Griffins running of the BNP, there will be a special meeting addressed by Richard Edmonds tomorrow(Thursday).

Seems the promotion of multi-racialism in the BNP has upset too many older nationalists far too much.”

http://www.nwn-forum.co.uk/showthread.php?t=2900

Good luck to those at the B.N.P. Burnley meeting tonight.
Remember that the B.N.P. at this moment in time, HAS NOT BEEN FORCED BY LAW, to except foreign members.

Anyone who says otherwise is a liar and cannot be trusted.

Keep chipping away at Griffins cronies.

We WILL get there in the end.
KEEP THE FAITH.

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17 thoughts on “Good luck to the Burnley faithful tonight.

  1. Anonymous

    Another one to watch out for tonight is a by election in nuneaton due to BNP Councillor darren haywood standing down.The seat was won in 2008 and west midlands organiser alwyn deacon is standing for the seat,its a three horse race as only 3 parties are standing BNP/CON/LAB

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  2. Anonymous

    According to the Reds, Griffin was in Barking Town Hall last night witnessing Barnbrook and Bob Bailey arguing in the council chamber, I don't know how serious it is? Then the council's Corporate Director of Resources Bill Murphy threw Griffin and his army of minders out onto the street. I thought Griffin was supposed to be at the Climate Change conference

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  3. Anonymous

    Griffin is gearing up the change our party beyond recognition, a lot of good solid, decent Racial Nationalists I know say they won't renew their membership, which means that won't be allowed into next month's EGM, if this happens we have got big problems. Please everybody we must be at the EGM, Griffin needs a two thirds majority to change the constitution, we can collectively defeat him. I want to see the look on his fat face when we do!

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  4. Anonymous

    We bloody well lost both our council seats tonight in Nuneaton and Epping and got also shit result in Cumbria in another by-election, what's happening are all hands deserting the Good Ship BNP?

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  5. Anonymous

    Looks like Gri££in's magic is wearing off, Residences group beat us in Epping and Labour party in Midlands, not looking to good for the General Election at this rate? I should Gri££in doesn't care though now he has secured his million pound MEP wages and is playing at silly politics?

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  6. Anonymous

    THE British National Party (BNP) has lost a seat on Loughton Town Council to the Independent Loughton Residents Association (LRA). In a close three-way fight Katie Nicholson of the LRA won by just 23 votes ahead of The BNP’s Edward Long in the Loughton Broadway seat. The full results are: • Katie Nicholson (LRA) – 257 votes • Edward Long (BNP) – 234 votes • Jill Bostock (Labour) – 204 votes • Iqbal Kalkatt – (Conservative) – 75 votes The election was called after the resignation of the sitting BNP councillor Gary Martin.

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  7. Anonymous

    Last night's results :Nuneaton & Bedworth Camp Hill ward:Lab 670 (47.08)BNP 478 (33.59)Con 275 (19.33)27.6% turnout2008 resultBNP 675 (36.17)Lab 562 (30.12)Con 541 (28.99)Soc 88 (4.72)Hastings BC St. Helen's ward:Con 609 (40.65)Lab 550 (36.72)LibD 210 (14.02)BNP 93 (6.21)EngD 36 (2.40)2008 resultCon 994 (58.51)Lab 412 (24.25)LibD 293 (17.25)

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  8. Anonymous

    BNP Griffinite activists wasteing their time on junkets, while they should have been out campaigning in the by-elections!!!!!!!"The last group of British National party activist delegations to visit the European Parliament in Brussels this year as guests of Andrew Brons MEP have completed their tour, reports North West regional organiser Clive Jefferson.“I and national organiser Eddy Butler took 50 BNP members on an extensive two day trip to Brussels earlier this month,” Mr Jefferson told BNP News."

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  9. Anonymous

    Poor bastard and just before Christmas, but does Gri££in care?Lancashire fires BNP member10 Dec 2009 Lancashire Constabulary has fired one of its staff for being a member of the British National Party (BNP).The civilian staff member was suspended in 2008 when his name appeared on a list of party members.“Membership or promotion of the BNP by any member of the police service, whether police officer or police staff, is prohibited as it conflicts with our duty to promote equality,” a spokeswoman said.

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  10. Anonymous

    STOP PRESS! VERY IMPORTANT. I've just received the December Members' Bulletin, Griffin is going to pulled a fast one, he has organised the EGM for weekend of January 30th & 31st, which is TWO DAYS after he has to appear in court to give the judge the decision on the party's non-Whites constitution change, what a f**king bastard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The weekend which should have be given over to the EGM Jan 24th is instead an Organisers' Conference, how bloody convenient?

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  11. Anonymous

    Please note date of court case, when Griffin's solicitors are expected to give the decision!"In an order issued at the Central London County Court this morning, the BNP has agreed to use all reasonable endeavours to revise its constitution so that it does not discriminate, either directly or indirectly on any 'protected characteristic' – for example on the grounds of race, ethnic or religious status – as defined in clause 4 of the Equality Bill. These changes must be carried out as soon as reasonably practicable, and no later than three months from today.The order also states that from 15 October 2009, until the new constitution comes into effect, BNP Chairman Nick Griffin will close the membership of the Party to all new membership applications and prevent the Party from accepting into membership any new member.The case has been adjourned until 28 January 2010."

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  12. GriffinWatch

    "STOP PRESS! VERY IMPORTANT. I've just received the December Members' Bulletin, Griffin is going to pulled a fast one, he has organised the EGM for weekend of January 30th & 31st, which is TWO DAYS after he has to appear in court to give the judge the decision on the party's non-Whites constitution change, what a f**king bastard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The weekend which should have be given over to the EGM Jan 24th is instead an Organisers' Conference, how bloody convenient?"Can you scan and email us this bulletin please?Regards G.W.

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  13. Anonymous

    Sorry I haven't got a scanner, but I quote hear direct from the December Members' Bulletin :"When the new plans for constitutional change have been finally drafted the proposed new Constitution will be sent to all members in early January. The entire membership will be given the opportunity to vote in person on whether or not to accept the new Constitution at the Extraordinary General Meeting which is scheduled to take place on the weekend of 30th and 31st January."It was clearly stated in court and agreed by both legal teams on October the 15th that Griffin would have to give a decision at the next hearing, Thursday 28th January.

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