Thurrock's only BNP councillor Emma Colgate resigns from party

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THURROCK’s only British National Party (BNP) councillor has left the party saying it is “falling apart due to mismanagement”.

Emma Colgate, ward councillor for Tilbury Riverside and Thurrock Riverside did not formally announce her resignation, instead handing out her statement to the press before the full council meeting on Wednesday (November 24).

She said: “It has been a very tough decision for me to take and it is not one that has come lightly. I have been unhappy with the leadership of the BNP for some time and I feel the direction the current leadership are taking the party is not in the interest of the British public.

“I still stand true to all the core values of the party and believe it still has many good members and supporters but I feel I am no longer able to represent an organisation that is falling apart due to mismanagement.”

As the only BNP representative in Thurrock cllr Colgate has always been a controversial figure.

After losing out in the General Election cllr Colgate took a swipe at Labour’s candidate Carl Morris and said she “promised to bring him a cup of tea at the job centre on Monday morning”.

Cllr Colgate has been keeping a low profile and had not been seen at a council meeting since July this year.

She explained she did not feel it necessary to resign from her seat because she “represents the same values and policies” that she was elected under and it would cause “financial burden to Thurrock residents” if a by-election had to be called.

She added: “My decision is purely based on administrative procedures and management incompetence and if the current leadership changes hands in the near future I would be more than happy to return as a BNP councillor/ candidate.”

Paul Morris, BNP spokesman for the Eastern region said: "I have not spoken to Emma personally about her reasons for resigning as a personal councillor.

"I do not think it right for a councillor to stand down for personal reasons, Emma was elected as a British National Party member to represent the party. I don't think internal reasons should play a part when you are a councillor.

"Many people were upset internally when Emma gave her vote for Labour councillor John Kent, that call had lots of people annoyed and she lost a lot of support locally."

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8:34pm Thu 25 Nov 10

Relco says...

mickyboy67

I assume by your derogatory remarks about Mr Nick Griffin you actually have proof of your allegations or are you just spouting your own propganda.
As for spouting off about Mr Paul Morris being a vile simpleton, I would suggest you go and get some therapy you sound a very angry man and it sounds like you have a personal vendetta against both men.
The membership of the BNP has risen in the last few weeks so they cant be doing that much wrong can they ?
mickyboy67 I assume by your derogatory remarks about Mr Nick Griffin you actually have proof of your allegations or are you just spouting your own propganda. As for spouting off about Mr Paul Morris being a vile simpleton, I would suggest you go and get some therapy you sound a very angry man and it sounds like you have a personal vendetta against both men. The membership of the BNP has risen in the last few weeks so they cant be doing that much wrong can they ? Relco
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10:01pm Thu 25 Nov 10

Enlightened Patriot says...

I do not know Emma Colgate or Mr Morris but what I do believe is that there is absolutely no hope for this country apart from that offered by the British National Party.
We are fast heading for the same troubles as happened in Bosnia (and the Philippines, Lebanon, etc,) when Muslims were welcomed in and then refused to integrate. The German Chancellor only highlighted their problem with this recently.
Islam is seeking total domination all over the world and is achieving this here simply through the womb, never mind terrorism or immigration, i.e., their birth-rates are 10 times that of the white indigenous Briton (and no one tell me there is no such thing-research the evidence) –helped by generous child allowances- such that we will be a minority before too long.
No other political party is attempting to do anything to prevent this. Even the main stream media are now waking up to the dangers long pointed out by the BNP (for which they have been vilified) such as the organised grooming of white schoolgirls which, make no mistake, is a RACIAL crime as much as a sexual one, i.e., they do not abuse their own in this way.
Unlike such as the EDL, they are trying to do this democratically via the ballot box so, Emma, if you remain a true Nationalist, you must realise there is no alternative to the British National Party, warts and all.
I do not know Emma Colgate or Mr Morris but what I do believe is that there is absolutely no hope for this country apart from that offered by the British National Party. We are fast heading for the same troubles as happened in Bosnia (and the Philippines, Lebanon, etc,) when Muslims were welcomed in and then refused to integrate. The German Chancellor only highlighted their problem with this recently. Islam is seeking total domination all over the world and is achieving this here simply through the womb, never mind terrorism or immigration, i.e., their birth-rates are 10 times that of the white indigenous Briton (and no one tell me there is no such thing-research the evidence) –helped by generous child allowances- such that we will be a minority before too long. No other political party is attempting to do anything to prevent this. Even the main stream media are now waking up to the dangers long pointed out by the BNP (for which they have been vilified) such as the organised grooming of white schoolgirls which, make no mistake, is a RACIAL crime as much as a sexual one, i.e., they do not abuse their own in this way. Unlike such as the EDL, they are trying to do this democratically via the ballot box so, Emma, if you remain a true Nationalist, you must realise there is no alternative to the British National Party, warts and all. Enlightened Patriot
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10:11pm Thu 25 Nov 10

mickyboy67 says...

To Relco -
I have a right to be angry when a person pretends to represent me and the British people, when all along Griffin has been lying and filling his pockets with cash. Take a reality check my friend and educate yourself about Griffin http://eddybutler.bl
ogspot.com/

By the way, the BNP membership has, and is continuing to plummet. It is also nearly bust owing over 600k; Griffin himself of course is doing very nicely indeed. Its haemorrhaging councillors and losing support so fast you can hardly keep up with it. This is what Griffin in all his greed and incompetence has done to the BNP. Fact.
To Relco - I have a right to be angry when a person pretends to represent me and the British people, when all along Griffin has been lying and filling his pockets with cash. Take a reality check my friend and educate yourself about Griffin http://eddybutler.bl ogspot.com/ By the way, the BNP membership has, and is continuing to plummet. It is also nearly bust owing over 600k; Griffin himself of course is doing very nicely indeed. Its haemorrhaging councillors and losing support so fast you can hardly keep up with it. This is what Griffin in all his greed and incompetence has done to the BNP. Fact. mickyboy67
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10:14pm Thu 25 Nov 10

mike miles says...

After 40 years of being a labour voter i have recently joined the BNP along with many of my friends, this country needs to be made British as it once was
After 40 years of being a labour voter i have recently joined the BNP along with many of my friends, this country needs to be made British as it once was mike miles
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10:57pm Thu 25 Nov 10

Enlightened Patriot says...

mickyboy67, Leaving aside your personal attacks on British National Party representatives (I think you will find Eddy Butler has little following or credibility within the Nationalist movement), regarding facts, with the Labour Party debt at £20 million and the Conservative Party owing more than £35 million at the end of September 2006 - almost £12 million more than the amount owed by Labour then - I think you need to keep a sense of proportion.
At least the party is wholly supported by its membership and not tainted by big bungs from industrialists or unions like the other ones - all with vested interests. The epitome of corruption.
mickyboy67, Leaving aside your personal attacks on British National Party representatives (I think you will find Eddy Butler has little following or credibility within the Nationalist movement), regarding facts, with the Labour Party debt at £20 million and the Conservative Party owing more than £35 million at the end of September 2006 - almost £12 million more than the amount owed by Labour then - I think you need to keep a sense of proportion. At least the party is wholly supported by its membership and not tainted by big bungs from industrialists or unions like the other ones - all with vested interests. The epitome of corruption. Enlightened Patriot
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11:23pm Thu 25 Nov 10

Gloria G says...

Well done Emma but you should of quit in May. The party is stuffed now as there is nobody local who has the bottle to have the spotlight put on them.

Who's gonna go out and get the Nominations now then?

I suppose they can throw outsiders in to do all the donkey work but they still have the problem of finding local Candidates and especially Candidates who aren't scared to be elected.

The fact that they cannot also find a local Organiser to replace the last one shows how difficult the situation is going to be for Mr Morris.

The killer blow is that a spin off party is likely to be formed just to rub salt in their wounds and stand in all their key areas.
Well done Emma but you should of quit in May. The party is stuffed now as there is nobody local who has the bottle to have the spotlight put on them. Who's gonna go out and get the Nominations now then? I suppose they can throw outsiders in to do all the donkey work but they still have the problem of finding local Candidates and especially Candidates who aren't scared to be elected. The fact that they cannot also find a local Organiser to replace the last one shows how difficult the situation is going to be for Mr Morris. The killer blow is that a spin off party is likely to be formed just to rub salt in their wounds and stand in all their key areas. Gloria G
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12:51am Fri 26 Nov 10

mickyboy67 says...

Enlightened Patriot wrote:
mickyboy67, Leaving aside your personal attacks on British National Party representatives (I think you will find Eddy Butler has little following or credibility within the Nationalist movement), regarding facts, with the Labour Party debt at £20 million and the Conservative Party owing more than £35 million at the end of September 2006 - almost £12 million more than the amount owed by Labour then - I think you need to keep a sense of proportion. At least the party is wholly supported by its membership and not tainted by big bungs from industrialists or unions like the other ones - all with vested interests. The epitome of corruption.
Well I wondered how long it would take for you to use that old chestnut! The main parties are in debt yes, but the dept is in constant flux and ebbs and flows like a tide; the centre monetary mechanics remain funded always and able to operate. Besides, to compare the BNP with the main parties would be like comparing a bad pub football team with Manchester United! You must be deluded.

Griffin has robbed local businesses that worked with the BNP by offering 20p in every 1 pound owed to them; some of them are struggling in the economic climate and trusted the BNP only to get shafted! Griffin does this while he claims his massive expenses every month without fail. Is this an example of nationalism you agree with? There a hundred other examples.

I do agree with you insofar as the main parties are indeed the epitome of corruption, but what Griffin has and continues to do is utterly unacceptable to anyone with a shread of decency in them.

You mentioned Eddy Butler, well it’s funny that while he was in Griffin’s good books he was hailed by him as the greatest thing since sliced bread, then all of a sudden he is vilified and attacked by Griffin when he falls out of favour?

Butler’s crime? He discovered the unsavoury truth about Griffin and his thieving and bullying ways.
If you want to carry on in the vain that ignorance is bliss, then you’re certainly of to a very good start.

Ps. I knew Griffin personally for many years and I know the nature of the beast; and I’m glad that this mini-tyrant is on the way out. A country living under a person like him would be truly horrible for us all regardless to skin colour and political leaning, trust me.
[quote][p][bold]Enlightened Patriot[/bold] wrote: mickyboy67, Leaving aside your personal attacks on British National Party representatives (I think you will find Eddy Butler has little following or credibility within the Nationalist movement), regarding facts, with the Labour Party debt at £20 million and the Conservative Party owing more than £35 million at the end of September 2006 - almost £12 million more than the amount owed by Labour then - I think you need to keep a sense of proportion. At least the party is wholly supported by its membership and not tainted by big bungs from industrialists or unions like the other ones - all with vested interests. The epitome of corruption.[/p][/quote]Well I wondered how long it would take for you to use that old chestnut! The main parties are in debt yes, but the dept is in constant flux and ebbs and flows like a tide; the centre monetary mechanics remain funded always and able to operate. Besides, to compare the BNP with the main parties would be like comparing a bad pub football team with Manchester United! You must be deluded. Griffin has robbed local businesses that worked with the BNP by offering 20p in every 1 pound owed to them; some of them are struggling in the economic climate and trusted the BNP only to get shafted! Griffin does this while he claims his massive expenses every month without fail. Is this an example of nationalism you agree with? There a hundred other examples. I do agree with you insofar as the main parties are indeed the epitome of corruption, but what Griffin has and continues to do is utterly unacceptable to anyone with a shread of decency in them. You mentioned Eddy Butler, well it’s funny that while he was in Griffin’s good books he was hailed by him as the greatest thing since sliced bread, then all of a sudden he is vilified and attacked by Griffin when he falls out of favour? Butler’s crime? He discovered the unsavoury truth about Griffin and his thieving and bullying ways. If you want to carry on in the vain that ignorance is bliss, then you’re certainly of to a very good start. Ps. I knew Griffin personally for many years and I know the nature of the beast; and I’m glad that this mini-tyrant is on the way out. A country living under a person like him would be truly horrible for us all regardless to skin colour and political leaning, trust me. mickyboy67
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9:27am Fri 26 Nov 10

Gloria G says...

Yes I met Griffin as well and even though I supported the Party I realised that the Country be be a terrible place with him as leader. What sort of a leader indulges in Wife Swapping activities?
Yes I met Griffin as well and even though I supported the Party I realised that the Country be be a terrible place with him as leader. What sort of a leader indulges in Wife Swapping activities? Gloria G
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9:59am Fri 26 Nov 10

OckendonPaul says...

Well there was a democratic election for party leader last year and Griffin landslided it, so he must be doing something right.
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Anyway, within 50 years we'll all have a choice - BNP or islam (it's pretty much the choice we've got now, it's just that people are only beginning to realize it) and I know who I'll choose, "warts and all".
Well there was a democratic election for party leader last year and Griffin landslided it, so he must be doing something right. . Anyway, within 50 years we'll all have a choice - BNP or islam (it's pretty much the choice we've got now, it's just that people are only beginning to realize it) and I know who I'll choose, "warts and all". OckendonPaul
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10:43am Fri 26 Nov 10

old man of grays says...

Emma bails out. George Brown ruins the Country, Cameron and his cronies all millionaires in their own right, so have not a clue what it is like to struggle to makes ends meet, Clegg, what a waste, proved at the polls, Islam on the rise, EDL misguided, BNP is the only party that is saying what people are thinking, but is being is villified by the other parties, France, Germany, Australia, Switzerland along with many other Countries, are all on the ball, when it is too late for this Country, it will be too late. If the BNP had a more charismatic leader they will sweep into power at the next election, because how can a religion follow the teaching of a man that married a six year old girl and had sex with her when she was nine, (Alisha) that seems to me as following a paedophile? And this is only the tip of the iceberg, Great Britain is changing it's name to the TITANIC. Can anybody name a prosperous Islamic Country that does not depend on oil, and does not subjugate women........ didn't think you could.
Emma bails out. George Brown ruins the Country, Cameron and his cronies all millionaires in their own right, so have not a clue what it is like to struggle to makes ends meet, Clegg, what a waste, proved at the polls, Islam on the rise, EDL misguided, BNP is the only party that is saying what people are thinking, but is being is villified by the other parties, France, Germany, Australia, Switzerland along with many other Countries, are all on the ball, when it is too late for this Country, it will be too late. If the BNP had a more charismatic leader they will sweep into power at the next election, because how can a religion follow the teaching of a man that married a six year old girl and had sex with her when she was nine, (Alisha) that seems to me as following a paedophile? And this is only the tip of the iceberg, Great Britain is changing it's name to the TITANIC. Can anybody name a prosperous Islamic Country that does not depend on oil, and does not subjugate women........ didn't think you could. old man of grays
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11:20am Fri 26 Nov 10

mickyboy67 says...

OckendonPaul wrote:
Well there was a democratic election for party leader last year and Griffin landslided it, so he must be doing something right. . Anyway, within 50 years we'll all have a choice - BNP or islam (it's pretty much the choice we've got now, it's just that people are only beginning to realize it) and I know who I'll choose, "warts and all".
The ‘demorcratic election campaign’ to oust Griffin was a total farce, Robert Mugabe would have been impressed with the methods used by Griffin to destroy democracy in what's left of the BNP.
Firstly Griffin had Butler attacked on-line by spreading lies and innuendo.
He then refused to allow Butler any of his campaign material to be used in BNP literature or web-sites.
Griffin then rang around BNP officers making threats of expulsion should they support Butler.
Next was one of Griffin’s cyber-bully boy scum-bags, Paul Morris, threatening to publish on-line the home address details of anyone that supported Butler.
Griffin then had the nomination paperwork from Butler’s supporters disqualified.
There are plenty of other dirty tricks Griffin played.
This is why Gri££in ‘won’.
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, Nick Gri££in is a truly vile and nasty little conman, support him at your peril.

We need a decent political alternative in the county that puts the British people first, where it will come from is anyone’s guess.
[quote][p][bold]OckendonPaul[/bold] wrote: Well there was a democratic election for party leader last year and Griffin landslided it, so he must be doing something right. . Anyway, within 50 years we'll all have a choice - BNP or islam (it's pretty much the choice we've got now, it's just that people are only beginning to realize it) and I know who I'll choose, "warts and all".[/p][/quote]The ‘demorcratic election campaign’ to oust Griffin was a total farce, Robert Mugabe would have been impressed with the methods used by Griffin to destroy democracy in what's left of the BNP. Firstly Griffin had Butler attacked on-line by spreading lies and innuendo. He then refused to allow Butler any of his campaign material to be used in BNP literature or web-sites. Griffin then rang around BNP officers making threats of expulsion should they support Butler. Next was one of Griffin’s cyber-bully boy scum-bags, Paul Morris, threatening to publish on-line the home address details of anyone that supported Butler. Griffin then had the nomination paperwork from Butler’s supporters disqualified. There are plenty of other dirty tricks Griffin played. This is why Gri££in ‘won’. I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, Nick Gri££in is a truly vile and nasty little conman, support him at your peril. We need a decent political alternative in the county that puts the British people first, where it will come from is anyone’s guess. mickyboy67
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1:34pm Fri 26 Nov 10

Relco says...

mickyboy67
You call people simpletons, I suggest its is you who are the raging agressive slanderious simpleton.
Let me educate you in 2 little facts of life, there are two Paul Morris, one is the Eastern Region Organiser and the other Paul Morris is know to many AKA the Green Arrow Dont get the two mixed up you half wit
Secondly Thurrock Branch actualy does have an organiser.
If you was to lower your blood pressure and stop gobbing off you might be a little more on the ball.
To publicaly state the Mr Griffin is a theif is wrong unless you have PROOF of which you do not obviously, you are just reading Mr E Butlers Blog and repeating it
mickyboy67 You call people simpletons, I suggest its is you who are the raging agressive slanderious simpleton. Let me educate you in 2 little facts of life, there are two Paul Morris, one is the Eastern Region Organiser and the other Paul Morris is know to many AKA the Green Arrow Dont get the two mixed up you half wit Secondly Thurrock Branch actualy does have an organiser. If you was to lower your blood pressure and stop gobbing off you might be a little more on the ball. To publicaly state the Mr Griffin is a theif is wrong unless you have PROOF of which you do not obviously, you are just reading Mr E Butlers Blog and repeating it Relco
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2:38pm Fri 26 Nov 10

mickyboy67 says...

Relco wrote:
mickyboy67 You call people simpletons, I suggest its is you who are the raging agressive slanderious simpleton. Let me educate you in 2 little facts of life, there are two Paul Morris, one is the Eastern Region Organiser and the other Paul Morris is know to many AKA the Green Arrow Dont get the two mixed up you half wit Secondly Thurrock Branch actualy does have an organiser. If you was to lower your blood pressure and stop gobbing off you might be a little more on the ball. To publicaly state the Mr Griffin is a theif is wrong unless you have PROOF of which you do not obviously, you are just reading Mr E Butlers Blog and repeating it
Oh deary, deary me Relco, it appears that you are loosing your cool and reduced to calling me names. I wonder why then?
The truth has a habit of doing that to people that can’t face it.
I was referring to the Paul Morris of the Green Arsehole variety by the way, so fair enough there.
So let’s recap.
1. Griffin is a thief and hypocrite and refuse's to pay his debts to decent and trusting local businesses while claiming his huge personal expenses.
2. Paul Morris, aka Green Arsehole, threatened to publish peoples addresses on the internet because he is one of Griffin’s internet bully’s.
3. Eddy Butler was stitched up by Griffin making an utter mockery of ‘democracy’.
I could go on all day long, mostly because I witnessed some of it myself first hand, but to be honest I’d rather work on people that are starting to realise the truth about Gri££in's crumbling edifice, and not those people that have their heads shoved up their backsides like you.
ta ta
[quote][p][bold]Relco[/bold] wrote: mickyboy67 You call people simpletons, I suggest its is you who are the raging agressive slanderious simpleton. Let me educate you in 2 little facts of life, there are two Paul Morris, one is the Eastern Region Organiser and the other Paul Morris is know to many AKA the Green Arrow Dont get the two mixed up you half wit Secondly Thurrock Branch actualy does have an organiser. If you was to lower your blood pressure and stop gobbing off you might be a little more on the ball. To publicaly state the Mr Griffin is a theif is wrong unless you have PROOF of which you do not obviously, you are just reading Mr E Butlers Blog and repeating it[/p][/quote]Oh deary, deary me Relco, it appears that you are loosing your cool and reduced to calling me names. I wonder why then? The truth has a habit of doing that to people that can’t face it. I was referring to the Paul Morris of the Green Arsehole variety by the way, so fair enough there. So let’s recap. 1. Griffin is a thief and hypocrite and refuse's to pay his debts to decent and trusting local businesses while claiming his huge personal expenses. 2. Paul Morris, aka Green Arsehole, threatened to publish peoples addresses on the internet because he is one of Griffin’s internet bully’s. 3. Eddy Butler was stitched up by Griffin making an utter mockery of ‘democracy’. I could go on all day long, mostly because I witnessed some of it myself first hand, but to be honest I’d rather work on people that are starting to realise the truth about Gri££in's crumbling edifice, and not those people that have their heads shoved up their backsides like you. ta ta mickyboy67
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3:12pm Fri 26 Nov 10

mickyboy67 says...

Ps. Not wishing to be pedantic, but I think you mean a ‘halfwit’ as appose to a half wit, which of course is not in half at all.
Ps. Not wishing to be pedantic, but I think you mean a ‘halfwit’ as appose to a half wit, which of course is not in half at all. mickyboy67
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3:15pm Fri 26 Nov 10

OckendonPaul says...

I think there were four contestants, it wasn't just Griffin v Butler, any of the others could have been voted in if Griffin was so unpopular. (I think the others didn't receive enough nominations)
Mickyboy67 sounds like a BNP member/supporter, maybe you can stand yourself next time round...
I think there were four contestants, it wasn't just Griffin v Butler, any of the others could have been voted in if Griffin was so unpopular. (I think the others didn't receive enough nominations) Mickyboy67 sounds like a BNP member/supporter, maybe you can stand yourself next time round... OckendonPaul
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4:57pm Fri 26 Nov 10

essex4eva says...

Will Cllr Colegate be giving back four months pay to the council, sounds like she aint done noting since July! What ever happened to the BNP's Councillor Watch website? If another councillor had not turn up a couple of years ago, it would be headlines on that website...... Cllr X fails to turn up, and then they would go on about how much the cllr is costing the people of thurrock!!! What a shame Councillor Watch is no longer around!!!!
Will Cllr Colegate be giving back four months pay to the council, sounds like she aint done noting since July! What ever happened to the BNP's Councillor Watch website? If another councillor had not turn up a couple of years ago, it would be headlines on that website...... Cllr X fails to turn up, and then they would go on about how much the cllr is costing the people of thurrock!!! What a shame Councillor Watch is no longer around!!!! essex4eva
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10:05pm Fri 26 Nov 10

Gloria G says...

Does anybody know who runs Thurrock BNP now that Miss Colgate has left or is it a secret?
Does anybody know who runs Thurrock BNP now that Miss Colgate has left or is it a secret? Gloria G
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12:57am Sat 27 Nov 10

7dogsnuts says...

a sad day for local politics we need people like her to stop the tide of immigrants coming into this area and bringing there way of life with them rape robbery drugs etc they are all moving out of london and bringing this way of life with them i dont blame them i blame the goverment for letting them in and it will get worse with the housing benifit cuts and more people will vote bnp because enough is enough seeing the muslims burning poppies was disgraceful if i burnt the koran i would be arrested it time for the native people to stand up for this country and say vote bnp for change before its to late and we become a minority
a sad day for local politics we need people like her to stop the tide of immigrants coming into this area and bringing there way of life with them rape robbery drugs etc they are all moving out of london and bringing this way of life with them i dont blame them i blame the goverment for letting them in and it will get worse with the housing benifit cuts and more people will vote bnp because enough is enough seeing the muslims burning poppies was disgraceful if i burnt the koran i would be arrested it time for the native people to stand up for this country and say vote bnp for change before its to late and we become a minority 7dogsnuts
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2:46pm Sat 27 Nov 10

PottersBarPatriot says...

As a Nationalist of over 20 years standing, it pains me to see good people publicly slandering each other.

It should be obvious to all that the problems within the BNP is the result of one man, namely Nick Griffin.
He is the reason I have not been a member now for ten years and unless he is removed the BNP is politically finished.

Nationalists must remain united whether pro or anti-Griffin, falling out with people will damage our cause, and we must remember there may be something far bigger than the BNP in the future.

A message to Relco (Danny S)........
Your behaviour in my area (Hertfordshire) is reprehensible. It was you who was spreading it around that Griffin was a thief when you supported Butler, then you switched to supporting Griffin to gain yourself a position. You have since slandered good people and caused a good number of activists to resign because of your ridiculous drunken ramblings.
You are a hypocrite, a lowlife and a fawning parasite.
Our movement does not need people like you.
As a Nationalist of over 20 years standing, it pains me to see good people publicly slandering each other. It should be obvious to all that the problems within the BNP is the result of one man, namely Nick Griffin. He is the reason I have not been a member now for ten years and unless he is removed the BNP is politically finished. Nationalists must remain united whether pro or anti-Griffin, falling out with people will damage our cause, and we must remember there may be something far bigger than the BNP in the future. A message to Relco (Danny S)........ Your behaviour in my area (Hertfordshire) is reprehensible. It was you who was spreading it around that Griffin was a thief when you supported Butler, then you switched to supporting Griffin to gain yourself a position. You have since slandered good people and caused a good number of activists to resign because of your ridiculous drunken ramblings. You are a hypocrite, a lowlife and a fawning parasite. Our movement does not need people like you. PottersBarPatriot
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