Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Griffin fails to pay up again !

Do you remember this below article from this blog on 4th.July 2007 ?

Griffin promised the BNP would pay the funds for fighting this Court action. Guess what ? Nick Griffin again reneges on the payment, and thus leaving Burnley BNP people with court costs of over £2,500 +.

These hard working BNP people should not have to suffer the truly shocking behaviour of the BNP party leader trying to avoid payment.

This site would like to ask BNP members and supporters to send donations to help these people to: Chris Jackson C/O. PO BOX 15, Todmorden, OL14 7NQ.

Local BNP activists take legal action -

Rosegrove & Lowerhouse Ward - Burnley - JOHN ROWE

After the 'drawing of lots' to decide the outcome of this ward in Burnley at last May's elections, John Rowe, plus other local activists are now taking legal action costing a great deal of money.
This could result in yet another BNP Councillor in Burnley.

Why has it been left to Burnley activists to finance this action and not BNP HQ ?

The Burnley activists need a Barrister to help in their court action, so why has BNP HQ NOT provided any expertise both in legal terms and elections ?

Why has the BNP HQ left Burnley BNP to do it all themselves ?

Just what is the purpose of BNP HQ ?

BNP HQ is fully aware of this possible winning of this council seat.

Of course, Nick Griffin is more interested in trying to rake money in, in some field in Derbyshire for the RWB. So no time to win a Council seat, eh Nick !


Shapcott's shoulder pads said...

I think it's just bitterness on the BNP's behalf. If they had won they would be saying it was fair and square. Drawing lots has been in place for many years and if the Burnley candidate had a problem, he could have always refused to draw lots.
The simple fact is everything was agreed by both parties to draw lots and the BNP lost.

Anonymous said...

Burnley is regarded as a 'rogue' branch ie one that is not loyal to Griffin and his cronies.

That's why they never get any support and are frequently attacked behind the scenes.

Anonymous said...

I wish Burnley the best of luck but they should know better than to expect money from a CORRUPT and coniving closet homosexual chairman. If I was Martin Webster I would have had Griffin in court for sexual assault ;-)

Kind Regards

Sharon Ebanks

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