“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.”