Thursday, July 31, 2008

Important Information regarding the EGM



All paid up members are entitled to vote. You do not have to be a 'Paying Voting Member'.
If you own a current ordinary membership card you are entitled to vote.

1...Griffin needs 2/3rds of those present to vote in his favour in order to win
2...By law the show of hands must be counted, including abstainers.
3...Abstaining counts as a no vote according to the law of unincorporated business
4...Anyone holding a family membership may vote for all those in their family, even if their family isn't present to vote.

Try and inform as many members as possible. By law you cannot be charged entry fees to any building, or land, to vote. You may enter free.


SPREAD THE WORD, AND STOP GRIFFIN !

33 comments:

NorthWestNationalists said...

I am hearing of quite a few who will be opposing the Griffin diktat and they are organising to show their displeasure .

If the BNP leader was popular, challenges would naturally not occur would they ?

Nick Griffin is the most hated 'nationalist' ever !

Anonymous said...

My organiser told me I had to be a paid up voting member.

Tartarus said...

"Anonymous said...
My organiser told me I had to be a paid up voting member.

31 July 2008 23:18"

YOUR ORGANISER HAS LIED

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
My organiser told me I had to be a paid up voting member.

,,,,

Did your organiser get their position because of someone resigning or getting fired?

Anonymous said...

So far the opposition to Griffin I've heard, is

Richard Barnbrook
Eddy Butler
Emma Colgate
Mark Collett
Richard Edmunds
Valerie Tyndall
Chris Jackson
Mike Easter
John Walker
(A large chunk of London)
(A large chunk of Stoke)

Griffin was at the GLA today, and our members were fuming. They hate Griffin.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the heads up on family membership, I'll be using mine to oppose. A party that preaches democracy to the electorate must have democracy within the party.

Anonymous said...

"A party that preaches democracy to the electorate must have democracy within the party.

01 August 2008 00:25"

100% correct, and if Griffin gets his way we'll be a laughing stock.
2 people from our region will be head counting to make sure Griffin doesn't cheat.

Anonymous said...

My understanding of this EGM is that Nick Griffin intends to extend the period between leadership elections to four years.
Even if he does not achieve this - If he and his supporters are able to prevent it, he is still able to contend with the annual threats to his leadership one at a time - his sycophants will deal with each threat individually.

The BNP is Gri££ins, he has taken it through guile and stealth, he owns it and has poisoned it!

Move away - and move the British Nationalist movement away with you.

Simon Smith said...

OK. So what happens when a stooge comes along at the end of the debate and says "As a compromise, let's make it two years instead of four"

Anonymous said...

Simon Smith said...
OK. So what happens when a stooge comes along at the end of the debate and says "As a compromise, let's make it two years instead of four"

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Good point, someone like Collett.
Even with a compromise Griffin will still claim a victory.

But I wonder if he will have the balls to start spouting on about vermin and reds. I hope that tent is fireproof cos if it aint and he does, whoosh.

Anonymous said...

take a look at birmingham and the black country it is on its last legs.a few years back they could muscle up 40 to 50 activists,birmingham split into 3 groups and its been chaos ever since.too many good members have been lost there.is darby bothered ? he is more focused on smaller towns and doesnt care.

Anonymous said...

Mark Collett is opposed to the motion...no surprise there. The whole thing has been stage managed just as the Accounts scrutiny motion at Blackpool was stage managed. Expect a 2 year compromise.

Anonymous said...

"{Darby} he is more focused on smaller towns and doesnt care."

Bollacks - Darby is focused on keeping a lid on the BNP as his handlers instruct him to do. He is as political as my hamster no, my hamster is more of a nationalist than dodgy Darby.

Anonymous said...

"But I wonder if he will have the balls to start spouting on about vermin and reds. I hope that tent is fireproof cos if it aint and he does, whoosh."

Heard it all before, no one has the balls, you wont stop Griffin, no one is serious about taking him on. It's all talk, just hot air.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind seeing Griffins pension plan. I bet he's paid in enough of our members money for an early retirement.

Anonymous said...

"Bollacks - Darby is focused on keeping a lid on the BNP as his handlers instruct him to do. He is as political as my hamster no, my hamster is more of a nationalist than dodgy Darby.

01 August 2008 09:29"

True, and to ensure his wage he needs Griffin in control.

BNP loyalist said...

I wasnt going to go but I am now.

Been in the BNP for years and the morale is the worst I have known.

Nick Griffin needs his arse kicking.

Anonymous said...

take a look at birmingham and the black country it is on its last legs.a few years back they could muscle up 40 to 50 activists,birmingham split into 3 groups and its been chaos ever since.too many good members have been lost there.is darby bothered ? he is more focused on smaller towns and doesnt care.


Coventry organiser has resigned, another darby success story.
Solihull are in collapse.
Nuneaton organiser wants darbys job.
west mids in meltdown.

Anonymous said...

Real leaders, and good leaders, aren't afraid of being challenged.

Only bad leaders are afraid of being challenged.

Anonymous said...

"take a look at birmingham and the black country it is on its last legs.a few years back they could muscle up 40 to 50 activists,birmingham split into 3 groups and its been chaos ever since."

It was Rob Purcell, Richard Lumby, and Mike Bell who insisted on splitting Birmingham. Mike Bell, had drawn up the banner design for his region 12 months before Birmingham was split. The members all plotted against each other, and now they all have what they so richly deserve, nothing.

The BNP, is lazy, very lazy, and they expect the Sun newspaper headlines to bring them in votes.

You have to work bloody hard to win over the electorate, and be honest, and sincere about it.

Anonymous said...

"Coventry organiser has resigned,"






No he hasn't.

We pride ourselves on getting to the truth on here. Don't lie.

Anonymous said...

Darby has turned the Black Country
BNP into a total mess!
You have the organiser... ,-) K.Griffiths,Who is a Judus and liar!also Kens right hand man...-)
Who likes playing UB40 and lets his sons Negro girlfriend stay at
their family home!
Then you have J Salvage,Who used
the Branch as a piggy bank during
his time as organiser...
Its team BNP!You must be joking!
anyone for a drink ,-)

NorthWestNationalists said...

That's very clever !

I have a virus now that stops me from accessing NWN using Internet Explorer.

I will just use other web browsers instead.

DUH !

Anonymous said...

Is it true that Nick Griffin destroyed the NF in the late 1980's ?

How did he do it ?

How come he has been allowed to trash the nationalist movement again ?

pete barkers daughter said...

The 'greatest ever' Rochdale Organiser, Kev Bryan, left his wife for the struggle.

His beautiful wife can't be worth anything to him, as he has done feck all for the struggle since.

pete barkers daughter said...

Also I don't know why he wastes his time with most so called nationalists.

You slag him off to death.

I have told him your not worth it.

Its his choice why he even bothers with you.

I am not the only daughter of him he also has sons, and the slagging off of his brother Chris's family is disgusting.

Mr Potter said...

BNP Loyalist said

I wasnt going to go but I am now.

Been in the BNP for years and the morale is the worst I have known.

Nick Griffin needs his arse kicking.

01 August 2008 15:32


Don't leave the BNP and do try and make it to the RWB.

We need sensible and determined true BNP members opposed to Griffin and his corrupt cabal to make their voice heard.

If you not in you cannot oppose Griffin and vote for change.

No matter how determined the core of anti-Griffin people are (see the list above) their voice will be a squeak above the raucous of Griffin and his band of noisy sycophants without the mass of BNP members there who are eligible to vote.

The Chairman is untouchable and this is one of the very few times that the ordinary vote-wielding member can make their views heard to the increasingly deaf Grifin.

Stay the course BNP Loyalist - and vote.

Just pay your sub and no more.

Your votes for any constitutional changes and for any leadership challenge is VITAL.

Anonymous said...

As a BNP member I've heard nothing from 'official' sources about this vote. If it goes ahead and is passed the first the majority will know about it will be when they read BN.

Viking said...

How about a loud chant of "Griffin Out! Griffin Out!" to greet the Leader?

This will let him and everyone else present know the strength of feeling against his corrupt leadership.

He has:

1. Corrupted genuine racial-nationalist ideology and changed BNP policy. This is so bad now that many who are new to British Nationalism don't even realise that he has done this and accept corrupted policy as real nationalism.

2. Not produced the financial transparency that he promised - and is therefore widely distrusted with Party money.

3. Run the Party as a paranoid dictator. (Tyndall was at least a fairly benign dictator who didn't meddle with everything and everyone - or expel good people in large numbers)

4. Wrecked the main British Nationalist movement once before. This was the old National Front in the Eighties. ( No direspect to any good nationalists, but the party called NF today is a splinter of a splinter of the original. This was largely Griffin's doing through mass expulsions, weird policy somersaults etc etc.

Anonymous said...

"As a BNP member I've heard nothing from 'official' sources about this vote. If it goes ahead and is passed the first the majority will know about it will be when they read BN.

02 August 2008 14:13"

Phone up those you know, and tell them

Acheflow said...

Can members who can't attend vote by proxy?

Anonymous said...

"Acheflow said...
Can members who can't attend vote by proxy?

03 August 2008 21:26"

No, you must attend, or, if you hold family membership, a member of your family named on the membership can attend, and vote for you, and your entire named family.

collett's camera phone said...

Viking said...

How about a loud chant of "Griffin Out! Griffin Out!" to greet the Leader?


Perhaps a better way would be wait for the cyclops to stand to speak and then everyone point and shout 'cuckold'.

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