1. What do you hope that the BDP will achieve in its lifetime, bearing in mind that you said in September that you would vote UKIP in 2015?
2. Do you think it would benefit the BDP to have a full and frank discussion on the benefits of civic nationalism?
3. Would it be fair to say that your position is that you reject civic nationalism as a strategy?
4. What do you understand by "Civic nationalism is a strategy, not a state of mind"?
5. Why do you think UKIP is now so successful and the BNP is nowhere?
6. Do you really think the British voter will return to ethno-nationalism in GE 2020? If you do, what is the basis of this opinion?
7. Does your piece written under the name of John Stevens at http://www.civilliberty.org.uk/newsdetail.php?newsid=1682 propose a practical course of action? If so, what is it? Why did you not use your real name?
9. http://britishdemocraticparty.org/home-truths-from-abroad/ How close do you think the BDP is to its stated goal of being "professional, voter friendly and credible, without betraying core principles"and presenting "as winners, in order to win"? What, if anything, have you done for the party towards this reaching this goal?
10. Do you think ethno-nationalism (which is the polite word for racism) can ever be politically respectable in your lifetime?
11. Has the BDP ever had a full and frank discussion about the benefits of civic nationalism?
12. What is the BDP's opinion of Claire Khaw?
13. Would you say that the reason why you would not have Claire Khaw at the launch of the party - even after the Treasurer Adrian Davies asked if she could come along - is because she is a civic nationalist and has said civic nationalism is the only way forward for British nationalism?
14. Would you say that the BDP is a party dominated by Northerners?
15. Would you say that Northern Nationalists are more likely to be ethno-nationalist than civic nationalist?
16. Would you say this North-South divide can easily be explained by the educational background of Northerners?
17. Would you say that the typical Southern Nationalist is more likely to have a higher standard of education than the Northern Nationalist?
18. Would you say that someone educated is more likely to understand what is meant by "Civic nationalism is a strategy, not a state of mind" than someone who has not had much of an education and who sees being rude about other races as a form of political activism?
20. Would you say that the BDP is an exclusively ethno-nationalist party?
21. Would you say that Adrian Davies, Treasurer of the BDP, is in fact advocating civic nationalism?
22. Is the reason why you are prepared to tolerate Adrian Davies promoting civic nationalism but not Claire Khaw doing the same thing is because you know you cannot reasonably exclude him after all the work he has done on the party constitution?
23. Would it be fair to say that it is your policy to suppress anyone who expresses civic nationalist views because you can easily do so in your position as Party Chairman? Would you acknowledge that this could be described as an abuse of your position? Would you say that Nick Griffin was known to have abused his position as Chairman of the BNP?
24. Can you name a BDP member apart from Adrian Davies who advocates civic nationalism as a means of acquiring political respectability?
25. Would it be fair to say that you have in fact given up on the BDP?
26. Would it be fair to say that you would rather the BDP came to nothing than admit Claire Khaw as a member and allow her to attempt to acquire political respectability for the BDP though civic nationalism?
27. Were the BDP to become officially and unambiguously civil nationalist, would it make sense to have a non-white member in a prominent position, to show that you are properly civic nationalist and not still a bunch of racists pretending to be civic nationalists?
28. Were such a thing to happen, does this mean that Claire Khaw would inevitably be this non-white member and this is precisely what you do not want?
29. What have you got against Claire Khaw apart from the fact that she is a civic nationalist and you do not want any more civic nationalists in your party apart from Adrian Davies?
30. Would you say that the BDP is just an earlier unmodernised version of the BNP?
31. Would it be fair to say that the BDP is in fact more racist than the BNP?
32. Do you really think a more racist version of the BNP is going to work better than the modernised version of the BNP?
33. What has the BDP achieved since its launch, apart from come to the notice of Claire Khaw that they are excluding her from meetings on racial grounds and also because they don't want to hear her say that civic nationalism is the only way towards political respectability?
34. Is the reason why you refused to give a reason for excluding Claire Khaw from your launch meeting in February 2013 because you feared you might get into trouble with the EHRC? http://www.equalityhumanrights.com/news/2009/june/bnp-commission-takes-action-over-potential-breach-of-race-discrimination-law/
35. Would it be fair to say that you do not care about political respectability as long as everyone agrees with you?
36. If it is true that you do not care for political respectability as long as most members of the party share your views, in what way is your leadership better than Nick Griffin's?
I just have a feeling that my exclusion from the BDP is not because of my doubtful oratorical skills, but for racial reasons. What do you think, dear reader?
I am not such a headbanger that I would ask the NF why on earth they won't admit me as a member. However, when the Treasurer of the BDP is known to promote civic nationalism, it seems not quite right that I should be excluded from the launch meeting in February and for the London Organiser to pointedly not respond to a question I asked, which was whether I could attend their May meeting.
They are certainly more "racial" than the BNP.