How has the BNP got to it's current state ?
Well, as we predicted, Eddy Butler displays yet again his non nationalist credentials.
His few supporters have/are joining the tiny EDP as a result of Butlers strange ideas informing them to do so. This breakaway on top of the rapidly declining BNP membership as evidenced by the extremely low numbers of candidates fighting for the BNP in next months local elections shows a terminal decline in the BNP. We at NWN and very few others predicted that both Griffin and Butler are of the same ilk. Neither are nationalists. Both are pro-immigrant, and both are slippery characters without ideals or passion.
The nationalist struggle has once again been decimated, and once again we see Nick Griffin taking a leading role in the destruction of nationalism. With Butler, the signs were already there as to his intentions.
He left the BNP to form a tiny grouplet called the Freedom Party. He was involved with a tory gingerbread group called the Bloomsbury Group. Around 2001 the BNP's IDENTITY magazine highlighted Butlers pro-immigrant views as Butler opined that the multi-racial experiment is permanent and his crackpot view that "we have always been multi-racial" in the UK.
We here at NWN stated the only difference between these two clowns was that Butler 'might' be a little more honest where money is concerned. After the latest episode in the destruction of British nationalism by these people, they have once again left a 'wasteland'. Our ideas and party have never been safe with people like these supposedly 'leading the struggle'.
Very soon those who have been conned by Griffin & Butler will realise they have been made to look like mugs and they will disappear - forever. No one likes to have been made a public fool.
The EDP will quickly disappear as they are not nationalist in any way shape or form. Those that have been pursuaded to join the EDP will be in for a salutory lesson.
Butler will disappear, but what of Nick Griffin ?
It looks like Mr.Griffin will be the centre of interest in the Courts in the not too distant future. And the BNP will be effectively extinct !
Isn't that what the State predicted in THE EXPRESS newspaper in early 1999 ? This was only a couple of months before Griffin hijacked the BNP.
Unfortunately, the fools include former BNP stalwarts like Richard Edmonds, who seemed to follow Butler around of late like a 'lapdog'.