Friday, August 08, 2008

In the valley of the blind, Griffin, is king

If you look lower down at the main posts of this blog, you will note my comrade, NWN, has made a post regarding the forthcoming BNP EGM motions and constitution changes, but there is something Mr Griffin has left off the list, and that is, a further alteration to the constitution that all those attending the EGM on Sunday the 17th August at 2.30pm will be asked to vote on, but won’t be told about because it will be hidden under yet more Griffin bluff and bluster. So that you may be armed with all the facts before voting, here it is.


Nicholas John Griffin, will alter the constitution to include, should he ever be challenged and lose the leadership, that the party/BNP members pay him Payments, Pension, and Leaving Settlements

Griffin must be scared, and certain he will be overthrown, but with a pension guaranteed at 2/3rds salary the membership will have to keep their eyes open to make sure Griffin doesn’t start paying himself a huge salary which could leave the party bankrupt even after his bad smell had disappeared.

Remember, once you’ve voted to give Griffin supreme power, which I’m sure many Griffinites will. You will have NO SAY on absolutely anything that the chairman does.

Here’s a little ‘Griffin Think’ scenario for you.

He see’s himself becoming more and more unpopular, he increases his wage to £60,000 per year. The membership desperate to get rid of him will have to pay Griffin £40,000 a year for LIFE as well as payments, and leaving settlements, and god only knows how much that would be.

In essence, what you would have, is a man who couldn’t own the party, destroying it, instead.
Do you honestly think he has the parties interests at heart, or just his own?

Do you really want to give him that power on Sunday the 17th August 2008 at 3.30pm?

Remember, you were warned...

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Even Tony Lecomber has told Griffin what hes doing is wrong.

A man with a bulging briefcase said...

As much as I want that one-eyed charlatan removed from the BNP and the whole nationalist movement you are wrong about the pay off. There is no mention of a pension for life, just this:

"If an outgoing National Chairman is a paid employee of the party and either does not wish to remain as such or is not required as such by the new incumbent, he shall receive severance pay in line with the statutory requirement, plus one month for each year served up to a total of eight years, and one week extra for each year thereafter."

That kind of settlement is reasonable for any line of business - Statutory pay is one and a half week for each year of service. So he will get about £4000 for 9 years service. In addition he gets a one off pay off, as he is on about 20 grand a year he will get about £13,500. A total of £17,500.

Members might think is a small price to pay to get him out of the way once and for all. He isnt going to get a job anywhere else, even Morrison's in Welshpool might think he is too much of a liability. Still there is always a job in second hand cars, property deals, asbestos removal and Croatian holidays, just for starters.

Anonymous said...

It's no wonder the BNP leadership get their attack dogs to scare off the gullible from reading this blog.

If enough BNP members got to reading this and a couple of other threads Griffin would have the carpet wooshed away from under him.

Edgar Griffin's mate at Silvers the Accountants said...

he shouldn't get an effing penny!

he's been on the take ever since he started doing Spearhead for a wage!

this further evidence that NG is in for the money!

Simon Smith said...

Gri££in is the great evil uniting many holding slightly different Nationalist ideals at the moment.

When he has gone, there'll be a power vacuum. The way forward will be to preserve unity on a broad ideological front.

Lay off the pay off said...

A man with a bulging briefcase said...

"That kind of settlement is reasonable for any line of business - Statutory pay is one and a half week for each year of service. He will get about £4000 for 9 years. In addition a one off pay off, as he is on about 20 grand a year he will get £13,500. A total of £17,500."

Thats all fine and dandy but did Tyndall enjoy such generous parting terms? Griffin took the role, not job, because he wanted it not because of any pay and if there was no such scheme in place when he sought the chaimrans position then why should this new amendment be applied retrospectively, which is what I gather from your post will happen: ie to cover Griffins past years of leadership, as it is a new amendment should it not be applied from now or if and when it is passed.

Just out of interest will this pay off/settlement just apply to the chairman or to all those paid by the party?

In which case if its retrospectively applied do Sadie Graham, Kenny Smith et all qualify?

Anonymous said...

"Members might think is a small price to pay to get him out of the way once and for all. He isnt going to get a job anywhere else, even Morrison's in Welshpool might think he is too much of a liability. Still there is always a job in second hand cars, property deals, asbestos removal and Croatian holidays, just for starters.

08 August 2008 17:38"

You are wrong. Griffin is setting it up for a pension FOR LIFE.

A man with a bulging briefcase said...

"Just out of interest will this pay off/settlement just apply to the chairman or to all those paid by the party?

In which case if its retrospectively applied do Sadie Graham, Kenny Smith et all qualify?"

I think you will find that Graham and Smith have only 1-2 years work experience and no contract with the BNP and were really self-employed. Not so with the most important position of Party Leader. A sensible severence package is in order with any outgoing post-holder of a successful enterprise.

Anonymous said...

"Not so with the most important position of Party Leader. A sensible severence package is in order with any outgoing post-holder of a successful enterprise."

Your avin a friggin larf ain't ya?

A monkey on bovine extract could have got 1000 people elected in the mass immigration climate of the past 10 years. Griffin is a wanker, we'll give him severance all right. Sever his head from his neck and feed it to his greedy pigs otherwise known as his family.

No2Gri££insPensionFund said...

Bulging briefcase>>>>
"A sensible severence package is in
order with any outgoing post-holder of a successful enterprise."

Who decides whether this particular enterprise is successful? Griffin himself was disapointed with the local election results stating "we are going to roll our sleeves up".

Has any other party lost so many ocuncillors in such a short time, not to mention treasurers and other appointed officers.

Besides severance pay and wages could attract the wrong sort to aspire to BNP leadership, a careerist politician in it for the money and for himself.

Finally wheres the money coming from, Griffins BNP is in the red. Thats doesnt sound too successful financially

NorthWestNationalists said...

Griffin will get what he gave John Tyndall !

Anonymous said...

Drunk griffinite John/Jock Shearer of Oldham escaped a jail sentence this week. He was probably drinking again.

Salvation said...

I suspect that such payments would only come into force with voluntary reliquishment of position. If he were to be toppled in a leadership election, or as is possible, dismissed for conduct contrary to the policies of the BNP, then perhaps no payment would be due. Remember folks, he is employed by the BNP and the BNP can sack him!!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"Drunk griffinite John/Jock Shearer of Oldham escaped a jail sentence this week. He was probably drinking again."

He's one of the VNN UK knobheads.

While on the subject did anyone else see that?
On the Williamson Watch site there is a photo of Sid laid out flat in the gutter. Nothing special there then you're thinking.
But he person who first send the photo was Ade Brooks AKA Kruger, one of the VNN 'heavies'. And there was me thinking he was Sid's mate ;)

Anonymous said...

"I suspect that such payments would only come into force with voluntary reliquishment of position. If he were to be toppled in a leadership election, or as is possible, dismissed for conduct contrary to the policies of the BNP, then perhaps no payment would be due. Remember folks, he is employed by the BNP and the BNP can sack him!!!

09 August 2008 04:56"

Have you seen or read the contract? If you think Griffin would go without destroying the BNP completely, then you're on another planet.

Anonymous said...

Love it. So even if he's kicked out, Gri££in will still continue to soak the members.

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