More sackings as Griffarage desperately tries to hang on to power.

There is an Advisory Council meeting tomorrow (Saturday 14th August).

Supposedly the AC is to be shown the financial ‘books’ – and Jim Dowson’s alleged contract.
To protect his corrupt regime Nick Griffin today sacked two independently minded people from the Advisory Council – Richard Edmunds and Ken Booth (North East Regional Organiser).
It had previously been agreed that Steve McCole could also attend as the Eastern Regional Organiser is on holiday. This invitation has been withdrawn.

Ironically Ken Booth was the driving force behind the calling of this AC meeting. It was his idea that the AC members should be allowed to see the books. This is his punishment for such an impertinent request.
Nick Griffin assured Andrew Brons on Wednesday that he would welcome critics being able to see the books and study the accounts to give a clean bill of health. It is clear that Griffin had no such intention as the dismissal letters to Ken Booth and Richard Edmunds were dated Wednesday.

The mask is slipping for all to see. Griffin is desperate to cling on for as long as possible. He also fears that the AC may have voted by a two thirds majority to impeach him. He is a frightened man.

More revelations about severe financial wrongdoings are about to be made public.

Nick Griffin’s period as leader of the British National Party is about to come to a messy end.
While this difficult situation is being resolved, all members are urged to remain in the party – and officers are urged if they can to remain in post.

We are all going to have to pick up the pieces – so remain steadfast.

The good news is that once we have cleaned up our party we will be able to move forward rapidly. Nick Griffin has been holding us back to a frightening extent these past few years.

Be hopeful – we will have a great and successful future.”

http://eddybutler.blogspot.com/2010/08/more-sackings.html 

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7 thoughts on “More sackings as Griffarage desperately tries to hang on to power.

  1. Anonymous

    A few strange things i noticed last year was that over on lancaster UAF they got the address and picture of the stroud office and also the same for the welshpool euro distribution centre ! if you can break it down one person who sacked arthur kemp at welshpool who also worked at the stroud office,now there were only five people working in stroud and three were sacked leavin only two ! i wonder who the real reds are working in the BNP and griffin thinks they are wonderful even though breaking up both groups and branches also they are still party officials.

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  2. Nemesis

    We shall have to see what happens.Griffin is a master manipulator, cunning and is a superb tactician when it come sto political manoevering.He's also protected by the State.We have to stay hopeful but realistic and not be impatient in our exposes and work to bring Griffin down.He will not go quitely or voluntarily.

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  3. Anonymous

    "The good news is that once we have cleaned up our party we will be able to move forward rapidly. Nick Griffin has been holding us back to a frightening extent these past few years.Be hopeful – we will have a great and successful future."—————-We may have to clean up the BNP name a bit as well after what Griffin has done to it. Griffin will leave a terrible and long lasting legacy and I'm not sure I will want to get back aboard the BNP while it retains that name. It is now ingrained in the electorate's mostly feeble minds for all the wrong reasons and I don't think a party called BNP can ever get elected to government no matter how hard Eddy Butler tries to repair the damage caused by Griffin and his gangster outfit.Even the Union Flag when used in a party logo will be asking for trouble from the blinkered electorate as will the term National. Perception in politics is absolutely everything and 'British anything' or 'National anything' is likely to inspire the usual negatives in the ZOMbie (Zionist Occupied Media) brainwashed-dead induced electorate.We have to re-invent ourselves somehow like Old Labour did to make ourselves electable and I don't mean by calling ourselves New BNP although that would be at least a start and be certain to 'rev up' the filthy Zio-Communists at New Labour quite a bit. The BNP brand is damaged beyond repair and electability, and a new name for Nationalism in British politics has to be found to build upon – imho.

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  4. Anonymous

    I do not believe that Griffin is State but I do believe that power has gone to his head as well as money. He put himself on a pedestal and loved the adulation provided by members. There were allegations of Griffins misuse of funds years ago but nobody could prove it. This is becoming like the Godfather film getting rid of everbody who dares to speak out until there is nobody left but still clings on as the mighty Chairman of the BNP.

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  5. Nemesis

    Anon said,"We have to re-invent ourselves somehow like Old Labour did to make ourselves electable and I don't mean by calling ourselves New BNP although that would be at least a start and be certain to 'rev up' the filthy Zio-Communists at New Labour quite a bit. The BNP brand is damaged beyond repair and electability, and a new name for Nationalism in British politics has to be found to build upon – imho."A very important and perceptive posting from Anon. Anon has it right on this matter.Griffin and his corrupt cabal have succeeded in damaging the BNP 'brand' so much that it is forever tainted.It will require an immense amount of work and skill to repackage it, rebrand it and sell it to the 'consuming' electorate.It is a necessary and important job and one that must be done by those untainted by Griffarage and his cabal of idiots, retards, sycophants, supporters and placemen.

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  6. Anonymous

    Re Branding the BNP is I agree an essential. It is quite obvious to those out in the streets that even prior to this mess, that the very name was enought to put people off, even when they support our policies.Any Mention of British or Nationalist and you will immediatly alienate an awful lot of potential supporters. How about "Pro Patria", won't mean a lot to many but to the thinkers it will, and it isn't so obviously right wing for every one has a right and, dare I say, an inate will to support thier country

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