Quotes about Griffarage, from the people who count, the members.

“On 19th and 20th May I made a request of Nick Griffin that I be allowed to examine the books and records of the party in order to try to settle the members’ doubts and questions. In an e-mail, Nick Griffin replied “I am very happy for people who genuinely have the interests of the party at heart to look at the books, but to open them to all and sundry ..” and then went on to state “Sadly, I cannot regard you as an honest broker in this matter..”

As a professional accountant and loyal member for five or six years, I formally request that Mr Griffin allows me, with other good and loyal members, to examine the books and records and thus allay the suspicions.

Alas, I think that Mr Griffin, who has been a good leader of the party until he became tainted by Dowson, seems to now behave exactly like someone who has something to hide.

Methinks that this matter will, one day, need to be referred to the fraud squad unless it can be dealt with properly ‘in house’. Mr Griffin, do the proper thing.”

“Nick Griffin is a jack of all trades master of none bar speaking in public, which he no longer does at BNP at branch meetings. Moreover he got pulled apart on Question Time, Brons or Bowden type figure would have been better, but as this article shows nobody else is never given the chance. Our Party is being used to promote the interests of one person Nick and there are so many talent people he has now maligned.”

“It is clear by reading the questions asked that Nick Griffin is getting all his mates to write them. I recall what Nick Griffin did to Burnley and Oldham and how he removed and purged so many talented people in Lancashire. Not fogetting how he thought so highly of us up in NW that he moved himself down to stand in Barking.

Nick Griffin thinks nothing of the membership; he won’t show us access to the accounts, blocks talented people, embarks on annual purges and smears members on our own website. Now he hasn’t got the decency to stand down within a reasonble time frame to allow our Party to move forward.

If Nick had never had backed down on what was agreed for the good of the Party, we wouldn’t be here.”

“If Nick trys to carry on he will lose the memberships respect, at least if he stood down down he will gain the respect of the membership.”

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17 thoughts on “Quotes about Griffarage, from the people who count, the members.

  1. Anonymous

    The sickly grimace on Gri££in's mug indicates Dow$on's left-hand thumbnail needs drastic trimming.DICK NICK BEFORE NICK DICKS YOUFly On The Wall

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  2. Anonymous

    Gri££in was never going to like anybody outside he small click of idiots check through the party's accounts, at least he has been exposed now, giving feeble excuses why certain individuals will not be given access to the books. The next test will be the publication of the 2009 accounts, due in with the Electoral Commission at the end of June. If these accounts are submitted on time we will all be able to see if the claims about Dowson's 'miracle' work are true. The question is will Hannam get them in on time?

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  3. Anonymous

    There were no large donations (one thousand pound or more) made to the BNP in the last quarter of 2009 (Oct,Nov &Dec) or the first quarter of 2010. Unless Griffin never officially declared any?

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  4. Anonymous

    I apologise I made an error in an earlier post, the large donation that Griffin bragged about during the 2006 Leeds trial wasn't £5,000 it was £20,000 and it never appeared on the Electoral Commission's donor list, the story was well documented including here in the Guardian."If the Crown Prosecution Service feel they must continue to persecute us for speaking the truth, we will be here," he told the crowd. "This case has brought us more donations than ever before, including one of £20,000, the biggest in our history. We've never had such good publicity before."http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2006/feb/03/uk.race

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  5. Anonymous

    This £5,000 never appeared on the Electoral Commission's donors' list, what happened to it? "The British National Party is facing an inquiry into its funding after its leader, Nick Griffin, paid a £5,000 political donation into his personal bank account without declaring it. Mr Griffin admitted that he had paid a £5,000 donation that appeared to be from a political supporter into his own bank account and then transferred the money to a sympathetic political organisation without alerting the authorities. He said that he did so because the donor, an elderly North London woman who is a member of the BNP, wished to remain anonymous. He said that he gave the money in February to the nationalist trade union Solidarity, which has strong BNP links, because he believed that it would have had to be declared if he had given the donation to the party. He said that there was “no need” to declare it as the donor had asked him to put the money to “best use”.http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/politics/article6375493.ece

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  6. GriffinWatch

    " Anonymous said… I apologise I made an error in an earlier post, the large donation that Griffin bragged about during the 2006 Leeds trial wasn't £5,000 it was £20,000 and it never appeared on the Electoral Commission's donor list, the story was well documented including here in the Guardian. "If the Crown Prosecution Service feel they must continue to persecute us for speaking the truth, we will be here," he told the crowd. "This case has brought us more donations than ever before, including one of £20,000, the biggest in our history. We've never had such good publicity before." http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2006/feb/03/uk.race"Hannam told me personally that the 20k cheque had bounced.If Hannam told me that it was raining, I would go outside and check……………………..

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  7. simonben

    Abex made about £700 when I ran it. I donated £500 odd to buy a memorial for Major Robbie Perkins (provable) and made a loss on the spitfire badges and polo shirts as no-one really supported me or Abex. I still have about 10 Abex polo shirts (£150 worth) in a box sat upstairs.The only one that made a profit from Abex was Arthur Kemp and Excalibur when I sold the vast majority of the badges to him! Again – provable! The reason Excalibur paid for them with a cheque in my name, was because they were bought with a cheque from my account. Abex did not have a bank account!

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  8. Anonymous

    Anonymous said… What's the truth regarding the ABEX money that Bennett and Mullins are accused of misappropriating?I assure everyone there's no truth whatsoever in that malicious allegation dreamt-up by $ni££in Gri££in's adoring arselickers.DICK NICK BEFORE NICK DICKS YOUFly On The Wall

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  9. Anonymous

    "I still have about 10 Abex polo shirts (£150 worth) in a box sat upstairs."Technically you have a box upstairs! Two suggestions, use them for painting or have a beer and burn them.They shouldn't have went down the bric a brac route. Would love to know if the outlay costs for warehouse storage, distribution and purchasing costs are less than profits.

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  10. Anonymous

    regarding ABEX there were 2 articles about ABEX on the 2007 BNP website encouraging people to visit the ABEX website and support/join/donate. This I duly did and applied for a one year membership @ £24 and also purchased a couple of Spitfire badges @£2.95 each. Needless to say I heard not a thing and emails to the contact address went unanswered. i made further 'enquiries' only to be virtually fobbed off that ABEX was nothing to do with BNP even though 2 articles had encouraged people like me to support/join/donate and the two websites at the time looked identical in every way except for the ABEX and BNP logos. both websites were effectively clones of one another and most people would have assumed a relation.However one final enquiry before i lost interest did elicit the response that the ABEX website did need taking down and action would be taken. needless to say again none was taken and ABEX was up and running for months, over a year even, no doubt drawing in funds from often hard pressed individuals with good intentions like mine. The original ABEX website was eventually taken down to be replaced by some weird house swap/xchange thing from what I can remember.Excerpted from the website description: The aim of ABEX is to promote and support the welfare of ex forces personnel and their dependants, and those organizations whose agents have risked life and limb in the service of this country, through democratic representation to ensure fair and equitable treatment within our society. http://whois.domaintools.com/abex.org.uk Google abex.org.uk now and this is what you now get http://yourbnp.com/ The ABEX website should have been taken down when those in high enough places at the time but not now must have been made aware of the problem as a result of my enquiries and no doubt those of many others. a plague on all their houses and lies if that's what they were for taking money by deception at worse or by incompetence at best.

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  11. Anonymous

    Q The only one that made a profit from Abex was Arthur Kemp and Excalibur when I sold the vast majority of the badges to him! Again – provable! UnQThe 'vast majority' of Spitfire badges? Were they yours to sell when good people had ordered and already paid for them? 2 of them were definitely mine that I had paid for but never received. What happened to the remaining minority of Spitfire badges? Your total disregard for others' hard earned money would seem to be wreckless at best or criminal at its worst. I would suggest not giving up your day job but I see you already have.

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  12. Anonymous

    To SimonBenjust so you know how i feel about abex, my partner's heart was broken by the abex scam until the moment he died. I reckon your abex cinemavision website was a complete sham to lure in money from all and sundry. There's no fool like a naive patriotic fool as I tried to warn him. Feel proud?

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