Saturday, May 03, 2008




Time for a change in the BNP ?




The elections have been a disaster.

We at NWN have been saying this for a while. But really , Nick Griffin and his cronies at the top must go.

At the current rate, we will get elected in 2200 , and that is if the immigrants do not breed at all, in the meanwhile.

(Latest: Richard Barnbrook just crept in with a tiny increase on a few years back.)

Go hence Nick Griffin !


18 comments:

julie from bury said...

Griffin should do the honourable thing and retire.

On ilkley moor baht at ! said...

Griffin wont go as long as he is being paid by the members.

He was unemployable before he got elected, now he is even more so.

Anonymous said...

Go hence Nick Griffin !

Dont you mean f**k off ?

NW activist said...

My feet are sore with canvassing.

Anonymous said...

Griffin has made us like the rest of the parties.

REPATRIATION is a word that must be again dusted down and used.

Anonymous said...

Well done Richard from the North West.

purging the nark said...

Nearly forty new council seats, a place on the Greater London Assembly, this was the week when the BNP finally came of age. It was a truly FANTASTIC result, all the more so when one considers that it was achieved in the face of a concerted campaign of state-sponsored disruption within the movement.

Nick Griffin's leadership has been truly vindicated for all time, and all the losers who tried to derail the campaign should now do the honourable thing, just as their hero did in 1945.

Repatriation is dead in the water, the new cultural nationalism is here to stay. Go screw yourselves you nazi fuckers.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to all those nationalist candidates and their activists who stood in the local and GLA elections. Well done to all those BNP candidates who sacrificed so much time and money fighting in difficult circumstances. Those Independent Nationalists who continued fighting for what was right after seeing through the lies and corruption of their party leader. All those candidates of the National Front and England First Party. You are all a credit to the cause.

Deserved celebrations all round in specific areas and of course the first BNP GLA member.

But overall and if we use our objectivit judgment rather than the hysterical propaganda and hyper-expectations meted out by the BNP leadership we can see the real perspective.

A small growth overall nationally that barely registers on the political seismograph. Hardly a tremor, let alone a BNP breakthrough beloved of BNP pundits.

For the BNP leadership to pull the stunt in proclaiming a "100 councillors" when we all know for a fact that the majority of those were town and parish councillors, often unelected, was contemptious for both the public and the BNP member.No-one likes being treated like an idiot and have the wool pulled over their eyes - so why the hell did they try and disguise the scale of the failure of the 'breakthrough'?

Three GLA members? The BNP barely scraped in but the point is that ONE member got in, a huge propaganda statement for the BNP and of inestimateable symbolic value. And of course, Gri££in will be salvating at the prospect of those 000s of pounds going into party coffers.

The size of the BNP vote incraesed in most of the London constituencies, mainly in the hard-worked heartlands of the North and East. But a 0.6% increase from the last GLA elections is poor. The UKIP vote demateralised from its previous success but the BNP does not seem to have benefited from this collapse. This shows that apart from its East London heartlands the BNP vote is standing up but not significantly expanding. The National Front in its hey-day attained a 5.3% in London so the BNP have failed to grow since the nationalist vote since the 70s.

The BNP should be making exponential growth in its Essex, Yorkshire, Lancashire and West Midland heartlands but the failure of this is not solely due to a combination of political factors (a resurgent Tory party and anti-Labour feeling) and economic factors, and a severe anti-BNP campaign (which the BNP have always had to face), but down to the ultimate responsibility: Nick Griffin.

No doubt he will be busy spinning out the line that the BNP did amazingly well and hard-selling the fact that the BNP now has a GLA member (whilst busy undermining Richard Barnbrook now that he is the darling of the BNP and taking publicity from Griffin himself). No doubt too that Griffin will be heavily spinning the line that his old favourites, Searchlight and the far Left, were responsible ( what would Griffin do without the far Left, who he can pin the blame on and use to accuse rebellious members of being leftist).

No, the blame for the failure is Griffin and Griffin's alone. Taking succour in the sweepings of the electoral system is not acceptable. A crumb from the PR system that allows a smaller party limited access to the massive party machine in London is really very little. No doubt BNP members who have so far not been awakened by the Griffin Factor will see a GLA representaive as manna, the BNP coming of age, a prelude to victory and a BNP government headed our "our Nick".

It is nothing of the sort.

The last gasps of the weakening hold of the last white bastions in East London and a plastic symbolic statement by an equally plastic BNP Chairman whose incompetency and character flaws are slowly beginning to unravel in the light of day.

It is not a new dawn for the BNP. It is sound of squeaking as those white communities are squeezed by the impact of mass migration and economic pressure.

It will, however, be the beginning of the end for Griffin as the incumbent leader of the BNP though.

A new and charismatic leader of the BNP will ensure that the BNP heartlands which one were the flagship of the BNP will once again be supported and grown. The hard work, sacrifices and money put in by those organisers, both past and present, and by countless actvists have been wasted by Griffin in his spineless rush for personal power and ambition.

These local elections should be a wake up call. Overall, the BNP votes fell and has fell dramatically in many of its heatlands. Regions that once served as the pioneering territories for brave BNP activists, developing bases for further developments in other areas, have been allowed to lapse and stagnate. The North West is now fast becoming an electoral ghost town since 2006, whilst the West Midlands is nothing but a pale shadow of its earlier self.

Apart from localised successes in Essex, the 'Black Belt' running from Hinckley/Nuneaton up to the Amber Valley, the flagship of Stoke-on-Trent and elsewhere in the NW, the BNP has faled to capitalise on the poor state of the economy and voter's concerns, the strong anti-Labour feeling and worries about mass immigration. With the media now freely talking about then once bogus subject of immigration and pundits openly criticising the concept of multiculturalism the question must be asked:

If the BNP cannot make a breakthrough in these circumstances, then when can it make its breakthrough?

I have only one question to ask the BNP's current incumbent leader...

When are you going?


Mr Potter

Anonymous said...

It is now time for a gloves off, all out assualt on Griffin for these election results, as well as the drug dealers, spooks and Paedophiles who surround him

No more electiosn to worry about, so get out there and expose these Griffin vermin for what they are

Anonymous said...

Councillor Colin Auty is standing as British National Party Leadership Challenger 2008. This leadership campaign will principally be fought on the issues of Reform and Democratisation of the British National Party. Under the rule of the current Chairman, the Party has effectively become a dictatorship.

http://challengeforleadership.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Looking at many results and totting up the figures, one thing is quite striking.

It would have been much worse for the government were it not for the fact that in many places BNP candidates decisively split the anti-Labour vote.

Anonymous said...

the BNP finally came of age!

Nazi fuckers!


Hahahahahahahahahaha LOL LOL LMFAO

Griffin just hosted a holocaust denier you fat twat. You can't get any closer to the media nazi image pulling stunts like that LOL LOL

Anonymous said...

Can someone please tell me how many PROPER councillors the BNP have?

Anonymous said...

Boot Griffin out NOW

Anonymous said...

"If the BNP cannot make a breakthrough in these circumstances, then when can it make its breakthrough?

I have only one question to ask the BNP's current incumbent leader...

When are you going?


Mr Potter"

Hear Hear

Anonymous said...

I can't believe you people. Nationalists should stick together, but all we see is bickering. This isn't a game - we're losing our county. There is only one chance left - the BNP.

Stop knocking them - time is not on our side. If we cannot make a major breakthrough in the next decade Britain and the British people will pass into history.

Anonymous said...

time is not on our side. If we cannot make a major breakthrough in the next decade Britain and the British people will pass into history.


UNDER GRIFFIN THE BRITISH PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY PASSED INTO HISTORY. WE HAD A SMALL WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY AND THAT GREEDY BASTARD BLEW IT

Anonymous said...

"I can't believe you people. Nationalists should stick together, but all we see is bickering. This isn't a game - we're losing our county. There is only one chance left - the BNP.

Stop knocking them - time is not on our side. If we cannot make a major breakthrough in the next decade Britain and the British people will pass into history."

This isn't a game. Exactly.

You should therefore hold your comments to the individual responsible, Nick Griffin. He treats the BNP as his personal fiefdom and mismanages the funds of the party and abuses those who work for him.

This deadly serious business is neither a game nor is it a personal playground.

Griffin is slowly destroying our window of opportunity through his gross incompetence, appalling misjudgment, greed, crass stupidity, and selfish attitude.

That man has no honour worth saving and has 'disloyalty' written through him like a stick of Blackpool rock. Even his pigs on his farm have more of a sense of duty and respect than he does.

The point is my friend, does the BNP actually deerve to win, to be in power?

Ask yourself does it have the principles and values that make it different from the other parties? Does it lie, deceive and twist facts?
Is it's leadership's snouts stuck in the trough?
Is its leader more interested in power for power sake?
Is its leader more intersted in jumping on the Euro gravey train than saving Britain?

Many of us believed that the party was somehow different and offered a fresh set of values.

We were sorely disappointed.

The party is struggling to keep its head above the electoral water as the tide of mass immigration sweeps over it.

What we want is a principled and honest BNP with the guts and integrity to win over the public, carrying its members with it in fervour and commitment, based on the truth, not on a barrage of lies and false statistics.

Pulling the wool over its own members' eyes is the stuff of neo-Nazis.

The BNP are better than this.

Don't follow Griffin like a sheep believing that he is somehow Britain's last great white hope.

He isn't.

He is the opposite.


He may be the wolf in sheep's clothing.

And we all know what the wolf did to the sheep don't we?

Mr Potter