The loony crook Nick Griffin plans to stage yet another ‘Extraordinary General Meeting’ for what remains of the British National Party. These EGMs have become a more frequent event than BNP Annual General Meetings.
Griffin does not explain what is the ‘extraordinary’ or ‘emergency’ circumstance which makes an EGM necessary. He merely states that the date for this meeting “will shortly be announced”.
He has been fending off a queue of soon-to-be-heard High Court, County Court and Industrial Tribunal hearings concerning payment of Damages and/or Costs awards against him/the party, plus new court actions by sundry trade creditors such as printers.
In that effort he has doubtless deployed some of the tricks of the swindler’s trade he learned during his first bankruptcy after he managed to squander with breathtaking speed a £300,000 inheritance from his grandfather Edwin during the early 1990s.
As you will see from the BNP web site posting below, Griffin will use the EGM to propose yet more ‘lately made-up rules’ to regulate the party’s leadership elections, including:
•All candidates except the current office holder (i.e. himself) to pay a £500 ‘deposit’. (Will the cash be lodged in the bank account of an entity not vulnerable either to Griffin’s predations or to the just claims of his/the BNP’s creditors?)
•All candidates to get “equal coverage” in party’s media (which he controls).
•The voting to be by means of a “secret ballot” (invigilated by persons appointed by him).
•The winner gets a “fixed four- or five-year term” (i.e. plenty of time for yet more EGMs & rule changes).
•BNP members get only 6 days to submit EGM motions. (Why this time-limit for a meeting whose date has not been set?)
All this is not being done to “save the party” but to prevent anybody but himself and his immediate family having a legal right to follow up (with the help of forensic accountants) the ‘paper trail’ of the way in which he has conducted the management of party funds since he became its Chairman more that a decade ago. Huge sums of cash have ‘disappeared’.
Nick Griffin has done massive damage to the BNP and to the nationalist movement generally (NWN emphasis). That he would inflict such financial and political damage was predicted by me in September 1999 in the printed Loose Cannon No. 1 pamphlet and in my subsequent Electronic Loose Cannon e-bulletins.
That he would inflict the damage he has inflicted is precisely the reason why the Establishment’s media accorded him such tremendous promotion up to the last general election and precisely why information — abundantly supported ‘smoking gun’ evidence — about numerous shocking incidents of criminality involving him were routinely ignored by the media.
Some of these incidents — one in particular involving a potentially lethal asbestos clearance in which he deployed innocent unprotected nationalist youngsters — make the hugely publicised Parliamentary Expenses scandal or footballer Ryan Giggs’ ‘swordsmanship’ look trivial.
The Establishment did not want to push Griffin off his perch until he turned the national movement into a midden. That Establishment strategy has been a total success, just as I predicted.
P.S.: A Quiz:
Who spoke and voted FOR Griffin’s last set of corrupt and tyrannical rule changes at last year’s EGM (held at Elm Park, East London on Sunday 14th February 2010) and who now rail against those rules as “unfair” and “tyrannical”??
1) Eddy Butler — last year’s “leadership challenger” (after Griffin purged him in April of that year);
2) Richard Edmonds — this year’s “leadership challenger”. (Griffin has expelled virtually everybody else ‘qualified’ to stand);
3) Andrew Brons MEP — who backs Edmonds’ current “leadership challenge” but says he will retire from politics in three years (when his lucrative post as an MEP expires);
4) Sundry other opportunists, nincompoops, pompous farts and idiots.