Sunday, July 15, 2007







The new BNP leader ?
You decide !

3 comments:

julie said...

Jackson for leader. Griffin is a crook !

I met Nick Griffin last year. He is not a sincere person.

sean said...

Shit Griffin is one ugly bugger !

Sean from Sydney,NSW.

Anonymous said...

The leader of the BNP should focus only on improving party management and increasing support of the party within the electorate.

Griffin has not done that.

Instead, he has spawned a series of failed business ideas, all on the back of the BNP membership as a customer base.

This demonstrates a fundamental flaw in his motive.

Griffin has achieved a lot for the party, but he could have done more so without the distraction of these failed money making schemes.

The BNP leader should allow access to the membership, (via the website, members' bulletins, 'Freedom', but absolutely NOT via the membership list) to businesses that want to sell their products.

This could and should be done for a fee to boost BNP funds.

But accepting paid for advertisements is as far as it should go.

The BNP itself should not be involved in setting up and running those businesses.

If advertising to the members cannot be sold to established and successful companies, then why does Griffin believe he can build a successful business selling a product to that client base?

If his latest scheme of a one day training course in anti terrorist driving for a mere 30 quid is such a good idea, why not offer it to the entire public of the UK? Why not set up a dedicated school, offering discounts for BNP members?

Griffin simply demonstrates a lack of mental discipline here.

If all these schemes are a good idea, why not have a dedicated business development officer? Someone with a successful track record perhaps?

Why not put all these schemes in a registered company - say BNP BIZOPS CO LTD - and have the accounts properly audited?

We can all guess the answer.

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