Nick Griffin, charged with destroying the BNP?
If one stops to look at the record of this man, from his introduction to the NF at the age of 15 by his father, to the various calamitous events thereafter, one is left wondering if Griffin has ever been a member of the ‘Cambridge Apostles’
His past, is in the public domain for those who can be bothered to read, and to remove their heads from their furthest nether region, but the recent BNP events are intriguing sauce to add to his almost cooked goose.
When faced with the BNP rebels, one must ask, why didn’t Griffin call them into his office, sit them down and discuss it? Why did he choose to lambaste them so publicly, and with such vitriol, and lies, that even Hedder Hopper would be green with envy. The important question is, WHY?
The rebels insistence that, Mr Ian Cobain, of the ‘GUARDIAN’ newspaper was allowed to abuse the membership list, and get away with it, whilst they are being taken to court should make us look at this situation more carefully. What did Cobain achieve that the rebels did not? And, that is very easy to answer, so easy in fact that certain sources are now citing ,Mr Cobain, as the BNP’s man in the press. No other paper gives more column inches to the BNP than the ‘GUARDIAN’ and below is a list of what, Mr Cobain’s actions brought them.
'Exclusive: inside the secret and sinister world of the BNP'
'Protesters rally against 'BNP ballerina'
'BNP ballerina dances through protest by anti-racists'
'BNP ballerina defies rising clamour to sack her'
'BNP ballerina' to wed fellow far-right activist'
Now, remind us again, who was it that tipped the press off about this?
"Iain Duncan Smith today insisted that if Tory members elected him party leader he would act decisively against any party members exhibiting extremist views.
But Edgar Griffin, sacked as vice-president of the Duncan Smith campaign team in Wales after links to the far right British National party were revealed, insisted that his "reasonable" views on immigration and repatriation were typical of Tory grassroots opinion. He was "absolutely shattered" at his sacking, which was based on a "misunderstanding".