This ‘diatribe’, as I’m sure it will be labelled, is directed towards the membership of the British National Party (BNP). It is not an invite for senior party officials to threaten, smear or attempt to bully me.
Those concerned with the BNP’s poor local election results and the direction of the leadership will soon be denounced as ‘reds’, ‘fruitcakes’ and malcontents. This is the standard procedure for those who think they’re protecting the party. I know this because I am guilty of smearing people that the party wanted discredited. I did it without direction. I am not proud of it.
There has been an attempt to put some spin on the results, with some unbelievably stupid individuals whining on about how our vote jumped from 192,000 to half a million. Urgh, yes because we stood three times as many candidates, you buffoons. The vote was largely static.
There is a legion of questions that must be asked of the leadership. Perhaps more importantly is the question Nick Griffin Party Chairman/Leader must ask himself:
“Have I taken the party as far as I can?”
I’m sure that NG has contemplated an answer for this question. I’m not saying anything different from what NG has already acknowledged about himself, particularly about his past. NG accepts that he has too much baggage to lead this party to the big-time. Every TV performance descends into farce, whilst the Chairman struggles to defend the indefensible quotes that haunt him and haunt us.
Despite what the latest constitution insinuates, the BNP is not Nick Griffin. I accept that the personality cult combined with the siege mentality has given the party some much-needed stability, but at what cost? The freedom enjoyed by all other political party memberships – the ability to criticise a poor decision, a ridiculous appointment, a stunt that backfires.
The BNP has been a political ponzi scheme, and I have had my ‘Madoff Moment’. As long as results continued to flow, we could overlook the expulsions and the lax security which allowed the membership list to be published forever on the internet – twice.
Our questions to the leadership should include the following:
According to the leaked accounts, ADLories were paid £334,261.51 between the 16th of April and the 17th of September. This company is allegedly linked to Jim Dowson. What was this money for?
Why were Peter Mullins, Joan Bridge-Taylor and Jeremy Wotherspoon – all very able officials – suspended or expelled?
Why did it take 8 years (From date of ‘Young, Nazi and Proud’ 2002) to expel Mark Collett?
Why did you put Mark Collett before the well-being of the party, when so many officials finally grew tired of his antics and left the party in a perilous state in 2007? (Although, I hear that there is to be a reconciliation meeting to attempt to get these people back in the fold.)
Who owns the ‘Truth Truck’ and how much did it cost?
How much did this election campaign cost?
I would like answers to those particular questions, not for myself, but for the membership.”