Friday, October 17, 2008




BNP leader Nick aiming to be North West Euro MP



BNP leader Nick Griffin looks set to stand as a candidate in the North West for next June's European Parliamentary elections.
The right-wing group's deputy leader Simon Darby told the Evening Post it was a "pretty good bet" his boss would top the party's list in a region he has got "an affinity with".

Mr Griffin headed the BNP candidate list for the last Euro elections in the North West in 2004 and the party won 134,958 votes (6%) – but it was not enough to elect him.

Mr Darby said Mr Griffin's candidacy is likely to be announced at the BNP's party conference in Blackpool next month. He said: "It's not 100% certain yet as we haven't gone through the main selection process but it's a pretty good bet. I'm pretty sure Nick will wake up on June 5 as an MEP for the North West."

Ketlan Ossowski, co-ordinator of the anti-Fascist Lancaster Unity group, said : "We are opposed to the move obviously. We will fight tooth and nail to stop him."

Mr Griffin, who has been leader of the BNP since 1999, has courted controversy for his views on immigration, race and religion.

There will be eight seats up for grabs in the European elections in the North West which is pencilled in to take place on June 4.




33 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ah! That's why he parachuted himself in as regional organiser. What a wanker, that position should go to those who work their, and Chris Jackson should be topping the list for that region, and not the WELSH NATIONALIST, Griffin.

Simon Smith said...

A major determinant will be the coverage of Gri££in in the press.

If the Establishment require the BNP safety valve is in need of a little more pressure, they will talk him up in the papers and TV. Electoral success in the Euros will depend on the media rather than activists pounding the streets.

Of course, the current BNP is also a pawn in a larger game. See for example my blogs on the masonic Faginesque Edgar Gri££in and his machinations in the Tory leadership election in 2001.

MJS said...

lets help him get elected, then the fat, ugly, one eyed prick can fuck off and us true nationalists can get our beloved party back on track.

Anonymous said...

Griffin won't stand in Lancashire he is hated by many up here.

He has already shown his hand by the weak support for Keith Brown, which should have been more prolonged and sustained, in the Stoke on Trent area.

Gri££in will be standing in that area in the euros.

Wonder why the Lancashire Evening Post(LEP) contacted that ugly twerp, Ketlan Ossowski, he of that good old English name ?

boltonboy said...

Griffin will stand wherever he thinks he's the best chance of getting on the gravy train !!

Who selects the list anyway ???

Wouldn't be Mr G would it ??

Richard Chadfield said...

1)I think that there is a good chance that this is a little bit of disinformation. To discover where Mr Griffin stands you will need to comb through the regions to determine which region returns the greatest BNP support from the public. (ie which region is most winnable for the BNP?)

2) would'nt it be nice to have reprsentatives standing in regions that they live in and have some genuine significant assocition with. I have had it with political prostitutes who roam around the country looking for the most winable seat for themselves.

3)This quote is just a good laugh.
"It's not 100% certain yet as we haven't gone through the main selection process "

Richard Chadfield

Richard Chadfield said...

boltonboy said...

Griffin will stand wherever he thinks he's the best chance of getting on the gravy train !!

Who selects the list anyway ???

Wouldn't be Mr G would it ??
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Does'nt the constitution (admittedly I have note seen a copy for a while) give
the Chairman final word on all party matters. Does that answer your question.
Richard Chadfield

Anonymous said...

I'm convinced he'll stand in the East Midlands, but I still want to know why he wants to be elected to a body where he'll have no power. Why doesn't he want to be an MP in BRITAIN, where he can work to undermine Europe? I don't even need to ask, I know already, and Griffin knows as much about Euro politics as he does about the double VAT rate imposed on consumer Euro imports, and I know that because I once asked him about the fairness of it. He responded "I DON'T KNOW, NEVER HEARD OF IT"

Griffin is fucking useless, and purely in it for the money.

Anonymous said...

Griffin is fucking useless, and purely in it for the money.

17 October 2008 19:46


That becomes more obvious to me by the day.

baz said...

As an MEP Mr Griffin will have to show up and spend a lot of time at the euro-trough to get his money.

He will have a stark choice to make - appoint a "scrote minion" to mind the shop, while he is away. (To stop us "No Tails" from touching the precious things!)

Or perhaps, after becoming an MEP £££ - he will have the good grace and intelligence to resign the chair and allow the party to have an election and run itself in a democratic way.

We will then know for sure, which of the many theories regarding his "loyalty" is correct!!!

May you live in interesting times!

Anonymous said...

As an MEP Mr Griffin will have to show up and spend a lot of time at the euro-trough to get his money.


Doing what? What can one elected member do? UKIP have 24? And they complain there are not enough of them to make any difference to anything.

baz said...

Doing what? What can one elected member do? UKIP have 24? And they complain there are not enough of them to make any difference to anything.

Claiming his lucrative expenses

Anonymous said...

So Mr. G. is more than likely going to stand in the Euro election, and... what are you lot doing eh? I ain't in any way an apologist for the BNP but I'm not a reactionary either

Anonymous said...

So Mr. G. is more than likely going to stand in the Euro election, and... what are you lot doing eh? I ain't in any way an apologist for the BNP but I'm not a reactionary either

18 October 2008 02:08


Most of the posters here have stood for the BNP. Their experiences after making the ultimate sacrifice of, employment loss, family break up, lies, and smears, was to be branded traitors and reds by the very people they leafleted for, and stood up for. Why should we do anything? I'm praying the Muslims currently in court will come out and bomb Griffin. He's a fucking taitor, a liar, and a thief. Do you think that only the REDS hate Griffin? Think again. I know quite a few nationalists who'd like to take the bastard out and hang him from his farm gate, the farm paid for by every sucker who will stand, leaflet, and then be branded a traitor when it suits Griffin.

Anonymous said...

As anon says most of us have put ourselves on the line for nationalism only to be denigrated and lied about by so-called nationalists.

When did those so-called decent nationalists in the BNP stand up for us? They went along with everything Griffin did with rare exceptions. Most of them apparently thought they could get round having an organisation designed to fail let alone not wanting to lose their miserable positions. Compromise is always necessary in politics but this was a complete sell-out.

Griffin if elected cannot resign since the state wants him wrecking the BNP. He won't want to be outside the big tent. Let alone isolated in Brussels as an outcsst no longer of any use. He's got too accustomed to be being the centre of attention.

Anonymous said...

I also think the East Midlands is where Gri££in will stand in the euro elections. The East midlands was onced praised by Griffin as one of the best run and most organised areas in the country (Gri££ins words) Was this not Sadie Grahams region? and at the time of her expulsion, was there not already £10,000 in the EU fighting fund. Is that what is known as irony or was it just plain and simple clearing the field, back stabbing of the usual Gri££in style, the unhindered route to his nice little earner.

Anonymous said...

This is the reality of politics my friend, it is eat or be eaten, perhaps that isn't fair... but diddums, just get over it, I'm of the 'old guard' and I lost my job because of my involvement with the Front etc. but I never whinged like a little bitch, 'cos that's what you sound like, this is the game that is politics get with it or get out. Anyone can pontificate about how these and that are sell-outs when they're shouting from the sidelines but then who is the more cowardly???

You need to get over yourselves.

Anonymous said...

This is the reality of politics my friend, it is eat or be eaten, perhaps that isn't fair... but diddums, just get over it, I'm of the 'old guard' and I lost my job because of my involvement with the Front etc. but I never whinged like a little bitch, 'cos that's what you sound like, this is the game that is politics get with it or get out. Anyone can pontificate about how these and that are sell-outs when they're shouting from the sidelines but then who is the more cowardly???

You need to get over yourselves.

18 October 2008 19:59


Anyone who takes lies, smears and corruption lying down is the coward, not us. What kind of pussy stays with an organisation that wreaks of shit? A FUCKING COWARD, that's who. Don't come here insulting us, if you want to be Griffins pussy get on with it, but be warned. The cunt is riddled with disease he's fucked that many people over.

Anonymous said...

It's not cowardly to drop supporting a sham. The cowards are the jobsworths who went along with everything. Many are picked off one by one.

It's like Stalin's purges. People thought if they were slavishly loyal they would be spared.

People are not personally whinging. Just pointing out that no party can succeed if everyone rats on each other. Apparently we are supposed to pretend and support a sham or we are feeble. Well most of us would never have been in it when things were far more difficult if we were feeble.

Anonymous said...

Well most of us would never have been in it when things were far more difficult if we were feeble.

18 October 2008 22:39



Hear hear

Anonymous said...

Gri££in will go wherever he thinks it most likely that he will be able to get on the Euro gravy train.

His election will NOT depend on BNP voters. It will depend on two things. (1) How the Ziomedia talks him up, and (2) the anti-EU vote. It will have nothing to do with the BNP as such. He can therefore stand in an area where the members hate his guts and it won't matter a fig.

Anonymous said...

Griffin will become an MEP if the elections are run.
It's his payoff.

Anonymous said...

Ratting on each other? Backstabbing? Plagiarising? Manipulation? Speaking in forked tongues? Disloyalty? Political intriguing? That's 'mainstream' politics.
Oh, and by the way I ain't 'Griffins pussy', I've never been in the BNP as I saw them for what they were. I told BNP members I knew not to vote Griffin as leader before he took over 'cos I know what he's like, unfortunately they didn't listen, I think you're whining is because you know you let yourself down by being all for him in the first place and not seeing that further down the line you're decision would come back to bite you on the bum (to coin a phrase!)

Anonymous said...

'what kind of pussy stays in an organisation that wreaks of 'shit?'
Are you for real or what?
Now either YOU let it get to that state by not speaking up when you were actually in the BNP, or else you jumped on the bandwagon after Griffo took over? ie. you thought you were the dogs proverbials when everything was going your way, or else you are a piggy-backing glory hunter?

Anonymous said...

"I told BNP members I knew not to vote Griffin as leader before he took over 'cos I know what he's like, unfortunately they didn't listen"

May be you didn't yell loud enough, or are you of the type that people wouldn't have listened?

Anonymous said...

Ha ha, the BNPers I warned were the usual racist tory types who made up the backbone of the BNP in them days, they probably thought Griffo was 'one of them' because of his family.

rs said...

I reckon Gri££in will contest London. He has a concentrated pocket of support in Barking and Dagenham, and he can ride high on the victory of Richard Barnbrook.

Anonymous said...

"support in Barking and Dagenham, and he can ride high on the victory of Richard Barnbrook.

19 October 2008 18:36"

Support in B&D LOL

Barnbrook was plotting to overthrow Griffin a few months ago along with Walker, and Collett. London hates Griffin.

crush gri££inism said...

I urge everyone to come together now to stop this vile little creep from getting his greasy hands on that Euro seat. Take it from me, if he wins there, British Nationalism will be practically finished.

Greed, power, sexual deviancy, corruption and double dealing – this is what we have with Gri££in now, if he gets elected his appetite for these things will only grow and he will then be fully enshrined as a state asset; that is of course if he isn’t already which is a distinct possibility.

We must stop Gri££in and we can if we work together. He only has his little clique of sycophants around him really; dont be scared of them they are cowards.

We must undermine him with someone better for that region and make the membership demand that they have their candidate stand instead of him. We can't just sit back and let this travesty unfold!

Yorkie said...

rs said...
I reckon Gri££in will contest London. He has a concentrated pocket of support in Barking and Dagenham, and he can ride high on the victory of Richard Barnbrook.

19 October 2008 18:36

The BNP got 5.4% of the vote in that election and won one seat. If the European elections had been held on the same day they would have needed almost 9% to gain a seat. Also, in recent byelections in London BNP support has been as low as 27 and 29 votes.

It is very unlikely Griffin or anyone else will be elected.

I am surprised that the LEP headline calls him by his Christian name.

Anonymous said...

What welsh nationalist ? griffin is not a nationalist he is a con man through and through.
Griffin will not win any euro seat and no BNP candidate will win 10% to gain such a seat ,
But griffin will bankrupt the party by waisting £350,000 to £4500,000.

THE GENERAL ELECTION IS LOOMING ON THE HORIZON AND THAT TYPE OF MONEY WOULD BE BETTER SPENT ON AN ELECTION CAMPAIGN THAT WOULD RETURN A BRITISH BNP MEMBER AS AN MP TO A BRITISH PARLIAMENT.

Frank Marker .PI

Anonymous said...

This forum is degenerating into a bad language forum again ,why is this being allowed ?
I expected a breath of fresh air with this new look forum but i alas i am sadley disopointed.

K.A.

Anonymous said...

rs said...
I reckon Gri££in will contest London. He has a concentrated pocket of support in Barking and Dagenham, and he can ride high on the victory of Richard Barnbrook.
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I received a shred of information that Barnbrook himself will be top of the list for London region.

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Yorkie said...

The BNP got 5.4% of the vote in that election and won one seat. If the European elections had been held on the same day they would have needed almost 9% to gain a seat. Also, in recent byelections in London BNP support has been as low as 27 and 29 votes.
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The BNP got more than 5.4% and probably enough to get two MLAs but the ballot boxes were sabotaged. History may not be allowed to repeat itself in the Euro elections.

Something tells me that London is the region that the BNP is most likely to win but Gri££in will contest another region to act as a decoy for the hostile forces. Whatever way it turns out, the money will ALWAYS end up in Gri££in's pocket in the event of a victory.

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