Monday, 18 August 2008

Nick Griffin Breaks Promise Made to Blood & Honour Organisers (Again)

A few years ago now, I think it was 6 or 7 (you'll be shocked to hear my memory isn't perfect) a concert occurred in Mid August in the South Wales valleys.

This concert had been held every August around the time of the death of Andrew Lewis, better known as "Stinko" to his friends.

Stinko was a native of Merthyr Tydfil and a long-standing nationalist. He was also the bass player of Celtic Warrior and formed his own band Blackout - a band recently reformed to great acclaim.

Well this one year, the concert had a poor turnout, and the reason was the BNP had moved its 'Red White and Blue' festival to the same weekend.

Obviously a good number of the B&H supporters chose to go to the BNP festival.

The organisers of the concert - always a fund-raiser for Stinko's many children - were very unhappy and approached the BNP leader to ask if this could not be replicated, i.e. the Stinko Memorial was a well-established event on the nationalist calendar and it seemed silly, to them, that another event should be moved to coincide with it.

The BNP leader came back with an excuse for why it had been moved that year (I think a Scottish B&H organiser wrote a piece about some nonsense excuse about moving it to a "full moon" being given, wherein he and many others - at the time BNP activists - knew the truth: I hope he'll elucidate via this blog...).

The BNP leader also reassured the Memorial Concert organisers that this wouldn't happen again, all very cosy and comradely.

The result is that this year again, like so many others since the Stinko Memorial Concert has taken place (in the English Midlands this time) the events have clashed, because the BNP RWB weekend has stayed at that same, "moved to" weekend, despite the promises of the BNP leader.

Various estimates (see the NWNationalist Blog) say the BNP leader stands to pocket circa £35K+ (despite other RWBs officially making a "Loss") from the RWB weekend: that on top of his official wage, circa £80K he personally controls via the Trafalgar Club, his all-paid expenses, and the money quite a few people alledge he skims from the circa £190K paid to (paedophile) Mark Collett's external (i.e. personal!) printing set-up for BNP publications.

Meanwhile Stinko's children face getting less money from this one, singular, annual event organised in the shadow of their father's death to commemorate the anniversary of his untimely and early death.

Isn't it nice to know that a promise made to help the family of a dead comrade, activist and friend means so little to the BNP leader?

B&H Scotland Organiser 'Rock Against Griffinism'


Gribbin Extension Fund said...

Should we be surprised?

If it's £35K surely he can give just 10% of that for a dead comrades children?

Especially if he thinks he deserves £30K as a golden handshake when he eventually (!) decides to walk away from a decimated BNP (ie. when the SIS/MI5 decide it's a busted flush).

Whitelaw Towers said...

Yes in Australia we have our own type of shenanigans from self styled liberal Nationalists. They just so happen to style themselves on the BNP. Something they are very happy to announce. In fact a member was present at this years RWB. Everything I have read here about the BNP is very close to the mark when it comes to Australia’s BNP the Australian Protectionists Party. Here is how they speak about a true Australian Right Wing Party

Keep up the good work.

Bobby Flower said...

I think Gri££in needs to read the "letter from a Freemason" because judging from this piece he seems a great candidate for the Kol Nidre, being an oath-breaker to B&H, Clive Potter, Sharon Ebanks and so on.

Mind you. Affordable cars: cut-n-shunt insurance write-offs.

Would you trust someone who did what even Arthur Daily would blanche at?

He's now so busy filling his boots with cash y the tens of thousands, anyone who presents a danger gets treated like a cheating lover by a hysterical menopausal woman!

His court case against the Enough is Enough crowd; his stopping the cheque for Clive Potter; his setting the C.U.N.T. attack dogs on Jonathan Bowden; his setting up Joey Owens via Lecombers "murder a minister" conspiracy; etc. etc.

Couple this with the Truth Truck rip-off, the Trafalgar Club fraud and you have a leader who is morally and financially questionable, to say the least.

"Still, he's good on TV isn't he?"

maybe Aleistir Crowley was good on TV too - and he could certainly raise a lot of money and get a lot of supporters. By their justification the sycophants would have had Crowley as BNP leader.

He had strange sexual proclivities too.

behind blue eyes said...

The man is an evil sociopath.

Here are some of the most common features of sociopaths (see how many are applicable to Griffin):-

* Glibness and Superficial Charm
* Manipulative and Conning
* Pathological Lying
* Lack of Remorse, Shame or Guilt
* Shallow Emotions
* Incapacity for Love
* Callousness/Lack of Empathy
* Poor Behavioural Controls/Impulsive Nature
* Irresponsibility/Unreliability
* Promiscuous Sexual Behaviour/Infidelity
* Lack of Realistic Life
Plan/Parasitic Lifestyle
* Criminal or Entrepreneurial Versatility

Other Related Qualities:

1. Contemptuous of those who seek to understand them
2. Does not perceive that anything is wrong with them
3. Authoritarian
4. Secretive
5. Paranoid
6. Only rarely in difficulty with the law, but seeks out situations where their tyrannical behavior will be tolerated, condoned, or admired
7. Conventional appearance
8. Goal of enslavement of their victim(s)
9. Exercises despotic control over every aspect of the victim's life
10. Has an emotional need to justify their crimes and therefore needs their victim's affirmation (respect, gratitude and love)
11. Ultimate goal is the creation of a willing victim
12. Incapable of real human attachment to another
13. Unable to feel remorse or guilt
14. Extreme narcissism and grandiose
15. May state readily that their goal is to rule the world

Hmm, that sums up quite succinctly Nick 'State Asset Trojan Horse' Griffin.

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