Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Kev Bryan to fight Rossendale & Darwen constituency for National Front at General Election

Kev will also be fighting the Irwell ward on Rossendale Borough Council.He is one of the 'high level' people who defected from the BNP against the way Nick Griffin continues to run that party.

Kev was the BNPs Rossendale Organiser and prior to that, was the BNP's Rochdale organiser.

This site wishes all NF candidates well in the forthcoming elections.

We have also noted the disgraceful action by Andrew Brons MEP, to stand against North West England stalwart Steve Smith, who is standing for the NF in the Keighley Parliamentary constituency.

Shame on you Mr. Brons !


E. N. Ronn said...

It is an absolute tragedy that two men such as Andrew Brons and Steve Smith, who both command widespread and justified respect in the movement, are standing against one another. This sort of thing leaves me close to despair.

Anonymous said...

Mr.Bryan - well done !

Mr. Brons - Disgraceful !

Anonymous said...

Are Griffin and Brons tired of traveling to Brussels then? Are they both finding themselves totally out of their league? Can't they hack it?

Anonymous said...

Well done Kev, good luck on May

Anonymous said...

There was no BNP candidate ear -marked in for Keighley until the very last moment, Griffin did this out of spite!

Anonymous said...

To be fair the BNP did get 9-10% in 2005 in Keighley so it would look daft if they didn't stand there.

There is also an NF standing in Dudley North this is a good BNP area as well.

If it wasn't for Griffin there would of been a united nationalist movement there must be 50-100 people who are ex BNP standing for election from parties such as the NF and EFP all because of Griffins greed.

Anonymous said...

This was printed in yesterday's Evening Standard, so there will be more Wogs, will there!

'Despite this, Mr Griffin was canvassing on the streets of Barking with a black pastor at his side. He claims the Rev James Gitau, who joined the far-Right party after it was forced to change its constitution to allow non-white members, proves it is no longer racist.
“There will be others,” says Mr Griffin.'

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swingometer said...

Steve Smith is a great nationalist but why did he not stand in Lancashire? It was well known the BNP were intending to make Keighley a target seat, after all, they have had (and lost!) a councillor in that town. Angie Clark got elected by putting out a single black and white leaflet. Andrew Brons could easily have won this seat without Steve's intervention. As the enemy focus on B&D and Stoke, the BNP will pop up elsewhere.

Kev Bryan will l00% lose his deposit.

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Anonymous said...

Swingometer - NO !

It was well known Steve Smith would stand in Keighley for the NF. Steve didn't stand in his home town Burnley so as to allow Cllr Sharon Wilkinson a free run !

Have you forgotten Griffin trashed Keighley a few years back ?

Your excuses are very poor !

Anonymous said...

Alot of money is going into the fight for Harlow,Essex where Eddie Butler is standing.
There's a chance that there maybe a surprise there.It's never been fought properly before.

Anonymous said...

can anyone confirm any kind of threats even death threats from some of the new officials by phone and text ? this is getting spooky.Three of us pissed off BNP members have been getting them quite a lot,mine are all logged with the plod the culprit comes from thev west midlands and is standing as a PPC !

Anonymous said...

Gri££in is a very, very stupid man, this will cost the party a fortune in legal costs?

Marmite fights far-right party ad
Published: April 22, 2010
LONDON, April 22 (UPI) -- The manufacturer of food spread Marmite is taking legal action against the far-right British National Party for using a jar of the product in an ad.

A spokesman for Unilever said the company "initiated injunction proceedings" against the BNP to have a jar of Marmite removed from an online advertisement posted to YouTube and to ban the party from using the product in future spots, Marketing magazine reported Thursday.

"It has been brought to our attention that the BNP have included a Marmite jar in a political broadcast, showing currently online, and we want to make it absolutely clear that Marmite did not give the BNP permission to use a pack shot of the product in their broadcast," the spokesman said. "Neither Marmite nor any other Unilever brand are aligned to any political party."

BNP leader Nick Griffin said the ad, which featured Griffin with a jar of Marmite floating in the top left corner of the screen, was retribution for a Marmite campaign featuring a Love Party and a Hate Party as part of its "love it or hate it" campaign.

"Unilever PR men and lawyers are over us like a rash, very upset at our using Marmite in our TV broadcast. They should have thought of that before modeling the one for their Hate Party on us," Griffin wrote on his Facebook. "They'll be even more upset if they push us further and I start eating a jar of Marmite on my next live TV appearance!"

Anonymous said...

Why have the BNP failed to put up a candidate in Warley? The managed to save their deposit back in 2005.

Anonymous said...

why have the bnp not stood anyone in warley west mids.

it is because they are too busy back stabbing one another. no leadership.

Anonymous said...

Kev Bryan will l00% lose his deposit.

Maybee he already knows this but at least hes put his head above the parapet, have you swingometer?
And at least both him and Chris Jackson can give NorthWest voters the opportunity to vote for a racial nationalist party,

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