Saturday, August 05, 2006
BNP stalwart Chris Jackson banned from the party ?
This is only a rumour for now,but a strong one. I hear that the two 'herberts' that are the BNP's North West Regional officials, have placed a ban on ex-BNP Regional organiser, Chris Jackson, from attending party meetings. I hear that a BNP North West officials meeting was held in Blackpool last weekend. Apparently, some including Chris Jackson, were opposed to the drift towards multi-racialism within the party/region. The meeting was, by all accounts, a bit of a disaster due to dissent. Afterwards a directive was then passed down to not allow Jackson to attend future meetings. Chris was not even on the invited list for that meeting.
Both North West BNP Regional Officials David Joines and Roy Goodwin are not fit to wipe Jackson's shoes, as far as British nationalism is concerned.
I have seen this happen before, the central office promoting half-wits to denigrate and demoralise. In the early 1980's, the National Front (NF) promoted an honest guy called Brian 'Joe' Nylan to be North West NF Regional Organiser. Joe was honest, but NOT of the calibre of a Regional Official. Griffin was involved at that time too, at central office. The NF collapsed entirely.
I am sure that this is the plan today.
There have been far too many expulsions from the BNP of older nationalists, this must now cease. We older and wiser nationalists, are now to organise and fight back.
In 1999, just before Griffin got elected and hijacked the BNP, the North West(NW) was THE leader for the BNP.
The EURO elections of 1999 put the NW as the 'beacon of hope for British nationalism'.
The North West 'is a desert' now, after Griffin has knackered it all up.
The two 'diamonds' were Burnley and Oldham.
Oldham BNP is as 'low as a snakes bottom' as far as morale is concerned. Burnley BNP is just about treading water.
Yes its the BBC 2 but at 2100hr The Funeral Murders. See if they portray us or the IRA as the evil ones ? Just watch it and see. ...