The British Democratic Party.

I have been asked for my opinion about the British Democratic Party. I was invited to the initial meeting, but couldn’t attend due to family commitments.

The B.D.P. has some of our most effective nationalist activists onboard, I know, I have worked with some of them (no names, no pack drill), I am very much inclined to support them at this time, from what I know.

I would hope that the N.F. and the B.D.P., could reach some mutually beneficial arrangement in the future, a merger? With the name to be decided (I would favour the N.F. as the most relevant name, just my take on things).

It’s not up to me though, it’s up to YOU, this is an activists blog, you are the activists, that is why you view this blog.

IT IS YOUR CALL LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I am no Oracle and can only advise, from experience (ten years + now)

I will do my best to facilitate agreements, as best as I can. 

Sean.

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31 thoughts on “The British Democratic Party.

  1. GriffinWatch

    "Anonymous said… SEAN SAID ..I will do my best to facilitate agreements, as best as I can. Are you poppin viagra? 15 February 2013 22:57"Why would you mention viagra on a political comments section? Having problems getting it up?We don't have such problems here at G.W. Oh well, not my problem is it!(note to trolls, you are going to have to do far better than you are doing at the minute)Sean.

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  2. Anonymous

    GW, you are coming across as a 2013 Walter Mitty with your delusions of 'I will do my best to facilitate agreements, as best as I can' grandeur and irksome 'GW Team'. It doesn't look good for nationalism. You make yourself sound like some trades union arbitration wallah. The Paul Morris and Sean Hadley Show. Two sides of the same counterfeit coin.

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  3. Unknown

    We need to move away from the democracy label completely. Democracy is shit and is a tool of socialist Jew Marxist turds. It's democracy that has brought us to where we are today.We must bring back real local governance with clout because centralised governance can never really be controlled by the people, it's too easily corrupted.

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  4. Leona

    Personaly whether iam right or wrong, i believe it is far late for another party to start up, it will take many years to gain a reputuation of good standing, if indeed that is at all possible. Personaly i have lost the energy to join another party and do the leg work , and much will be needed, the fact is no party will beat the Lib/ lab cons..it will take far more drastic action to stop what we are on collision course for , sorry to be despondent but another party when the UKIP are flying high conning Joe public into beleieving they are the answer when those of us who arent so easily fooled know the UKIP are Con-servative and should they ever be voted in will do deals with Cameron for sure.. perhaps it is time for people to prepare for WAR AGAINST THE GOVERMENT … just my opinion .

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  5. Anonymous

    I would like to take this opportunity to thank Sean and GW researchers for all they do, i for one is very gratefull as i know how mentaly exausting doing the job of trying to wake people up involves..you are very much appreciated .Well done to all at GW .

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  6. GriffinWatch

    "Anonymous Anonymous said… GW, you are coming across as a 2013 Walter Mitty with your delusions of 'I will do my best to facilitate agreements, as best as I can' grandeur and irksome 'GW Team'. It doesn't look good for nationalism. You make yourself sound like some trades union arbitration wallah. The Paul Morris and Sean Hadley Show. Two sides of the same counterfeit coin. 16 February 2013 00:40"You have a right to your opinion, it hasn't been put abusively, thanks for taking the time to comment.I am nothing like Morris, I must correct you on that point. I'm not in our battle for monetary gain.Sean.

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  7. GriffinWatch

    " Anonymous Anonymous said… I would like to take this opportunity to thank Sean and GW researchers for all they do, i for one is very gratefull as i know how mentaly exausting doing the job of trying to wake people up involves..you are very much appreciated .Well done to all at GW ."Thanks Leona, it's great to see one of our women getting involved in our battle.Cheers.Sean 🙂

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  8. Anonymous

    We need to move away from the democracy label completely. Democracy is shit and is a tool of socialist Jew Marxist turds. It's democracy that has brought us to where we are today.We must bring back real local governance with clout because centralised governance can never really be controlled by the people, it's too easily corrupted.———————————–Spot on mate!

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  9. Anonymous

    Don't talk to me as if I'm a troll I'm not, so here is the proof.This was taken from the Policy Statement of the British Democratic Party. about the UN."We are not indifferent to the need to maintain world peace and we would use our permanent position on the UN Security Council."As for the Bank of England I asked him and he was clueless!!

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  10. TubThumper

    Sean, can I put in my pennyworth on BDP. It will be one of approx six nationalist parties vying for support and votes. The traditional political system and politicians is so discredited that voter turnout and cynicism is at an all time low. The entire establishment including the monarchy are viewed with suspicion and contempt by I suspect the majority of the population. Its against this background that in my view another political party is destined to fall by the wayside and fail. Whats required is a radical type of nationalism along the lines of Golden Dawn. To build not just a political organisation but a social and street movement. I believe that there are large numbers of people out there that would welcome and support this type of direction..

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  11. Anonymous

    The spark will be the coming economic armageddon which is gathering momentum.I believe only a leaderless movement based on the tried and tested cell system and as anon 19:04 has stated a "street" movement.The problem with contesting elections is the whole of the MSM is stacked against us and there is no credible conservative faction that would ally with us (as in Spain 1930's and to a lesser extent Germany)To take advantage of the window of opportunity that WILL present it self we MUST organise.For that reason a Party may have its merits and also to contest elections in carefully targeted wards.Not the blanket coverage employed by Griffin's BNP which spread our people too thinly.One of the big plusses is we are facing a bunch of numptys who of course are essential to carry out the Learned Elders plans.A bedroom Tax ? Come on these Morons really have lost the plot.Whiteboar

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  12. Anonymous

    Hi TubThumper,I agree – …but wouldn't it be great if the DNP party could become such a movement, answering both needs?I think it is vitally important that the "spoilers" are excluded from any kind of position or influence within the new group – such people discourage new membership.Sorry you didn't make it Sean, as I looking forward to meeting you.keep up the good workIn a couple of years time we may be in dire need of a good party – lets make sure there is one ready and waiting."Igitur qui desiderat pacem, praeparet bellum."In the meantime – Prepare for war.

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  13. Anonymous

    Any Nationalist who is serious should NEVER come within 10 paces of any 'nationalist' organisation.Nationalist ranks are riddled with sexual deviants, drunks/alcoholics, grasses (for both State & Reds), money-grubbers and two-faced backstabbing scum.Stay away – stay free.Fly on Shit!

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  14. Anonymous

    The name BDP is not very inspiring, I don't know if the electorate will be able to differentiate between it and the myriad of other parties out there, anyway hopefully it will get up Gri££in's nose. I heard Brons want's to hold back on elections at the moment, personally I think they should start contesting this May.

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  15. TubThumper

    To follow up on the comments. I am at a loss to understand were BDP fit in in todays political climate. Just to get revenge against Griffin seems to to be the wrong reason to start a political party. They appear to have missed the current frustration and anger within the general public who are witnessing an economy going down, the collapse of the health service and regular politician criminals. This sense of doom with more waves of migrants on the way should be a call to action. Getting people active and energised should be the priority not failed dead-end electioneering.

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  16. Anonymous

    I think many people have missed the point about the Democratic in the BDP name. The idea is that the BDP is democratic i.e belongs to the members, rather than a party political statement.Well done with this site, it must be hard work keeping all the trolls away!

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