BNP election results don't get much publicity these days.
So here is one from last Thursday 5/7/2012
Grove Ward , Kingston Upon Thames:
David Child BNP 23 votes (yes twenty three) just 1.1% of the vote.
Six years ago the BNP candidate in neighbouring Richmond was Chris Forster and the vote in Whitton Ward was approaching 600, not 23.
The candidate in a ward in Hammersmith was Steve Tyler with a vote approaching 300.
Election results across the country were texted from regional to group organisers to members and supporters. Almost weekly results of votes between 15% and 40% were reported and circulated.
Between 2005 and 2010 there was enthusiasm and optimism despite the most horrid leadership style and terrible decision making. Even though the leadership had consistently remove or forced out decent members who were key players, advances were being made as better people were joining faster than the leader could get rid of them.
Following the 2006 West London results the continued growth was due to the involvement and mutual assistance of so many people in the area ,local groups formed in every West London Borough,
as organisers, fundholders, then as they helped in other areas it was reciprocated by such as
even Steve Curry
In other words everybody wanted to help everyone else and was encouraged to do so. Precisely the same type of expansion happened all over England, whether in the West Midlands, Newcastle or Hertfordshire, and to a degree in Wales and Scotland too.
What has happened with the gain of just 23 votes in Kingston?
The answer is simple and obvious, the truth is the forementioned are no longer involved.
There is no organisation. Griffin and his henchman deliberately and systematically dismantled it when pertinent questions about financial accountability were asked repeatedly and continually.
There are no local volunteers continuing regular activities.
There are no local leaflets printed on digital duplicators.
There are no local meetings.
Who is the London organiser?
Is it still the pornography shop owner Squire?
Is there a London committee?
Precisely the same type of contraction and decline has happened across the land, whether in London, Leeds or Lanarkshire.
I can say for certain that the few remaining members are not even informed of anything that is happening, last week's Kingston election humiliation being an example.
I am not saying that Grove Ward , Kingston, was one of the wards showing most potential a few years ago. But what I can say is that it is a ward where just a little organisation and effort would see a vote of 100 or about 5%.
Yet even that is no longer possible, that is how hopeless the BNP has become.
Any remaining members really should examine what they are doing and hope to achieve, because they are just wasting time and money continuing under the BNP permanent chairman and the low life undesirables who fill so many of the senior positions in the party.
Former Sub Regional Organiser
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