Please do not ask me about this or send private messages inquiring after what is going on. I am not so trusting as to respond to them.
It should be enough for all Nationalists to know that the BBC is a relentlessly hostile organisation, and that any documentary aired by them will be in the nature of a “hatchet job”.
I am aware that a number of “nationalists” are co-operating with the production company, led on by the unspoken promise and in the expectation that the thrust of the documentary will be against Nicholas Griffin.
I am also aware (or, rather have been told by a very well informed and long trusted source) that part of the reason for the sudden lifting of certain suspensions is that HQ is very much aware that this documentary is being made, and in that light feel it necessary to extend an olive branch towards alienated members who may be tempted to co-operate in the making of it.
A number of BNP and former BNP members are co-operating in the belief that the documentary will be the end of Nicholas Griffin, and a vague belief that he will go to prison as a consequence of it.
This is deeply misguided. God knows, I have more cause than most to loathe the very air Nicholas Griffin breathes and will be the first to drink to his demise. But not this way.
The BBC is hostile to nationalism, not simply that part of it represented by the BNP. To co-operate is to co-operate with an inveterate enemy. It may well be that this documentary shall see Nicholas Griffin off, but those who believe that the ends justify the means and that in the future their co-operation will result in some sort of “fairness” towards British Nationalism on the part of the BBC are woefully mistaken. The BBC will one day come for you in exactly the same underhanded manner they come for the BNP.
It is my contention that any person co-operating in the making of this documentary is a fool for allowing his and her desire for revenge to be manipulated in the purpose of the BBC’s anti-nationalist agenda, and, further, that such persons be excluded forever from the ranks of our movement.
What goes on in the BNP is our business, and though our very real differences have regrettably been disputed in the public gaze on forums such as this, how those differences are to be resolved remains our business. To extend any co-operation at all to an organisation staffed by liberals and left wingers bent on our destruction by taking advantage of those differences is an act of unconscionable treachery, one that may so well explode our movement that we shall be a decade or more in rebuilding even to our current shrunken and divided condition.
Nicholas Griffin must go, as we all know, but in putting him out we must not also put out the very flame of the cause for which we have so long struggled.”