Sunday, July 15, 2007


Big security lapse in BNP


We have just heard that the BNP membership details from 2005 are in the public domain. Details are a bit sketchy at the moment, but Joe Owens has a copy, and he says that others have too.
Obviously with Joe, the details are secure, but who else has them ?
This site apportions blame to the lax BNP HQ, of which Nick Griffin is where the 'buck stops' !
Is all this a part of the plan as described by the DAILY EXPRESS, in February 1999, when they reported on a Scotland Yard spokesman, who said they were going to close the BNP down by any method ?
Nick Griffin also offered his challenge for the BNP leadership that very same month.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

So can Chris Jackson now get hold of this 2005 members' list to help his campaign?

Although it is 2 years out of date, many/most of those on it will still be in the BNP.

Or would it be contrary to the data protection act for Chris to use this list?

I reckon the purpose of collecting the data on the list was to facilitate contact with members for party business.

Therefore it should be legal for Chris Jackson to use this list for that purpose, ie the leadership election, but obviously not, say for example, to sell double glazing, used cars, mortgages, or even counter terrorist driving courses.

Anonymous said...

The Griffin BNP is state controlled, so what's the surprise?

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