A New Dawn for British Nationalism?
Posted on May 26th, 2010 by Bob BaileyThe fall out from the recent elections has not settled. There are parallels with the Icelandic volcano and its ash cloud and the constant forecasts of new eruptions. The British Government (CONLIB) of today and political landscape is new and unpredictable. All the smaller parties were squeezed during the election but none more than UKIP which had high expectations and spent a packet on their campaign. What we did see though and dramatically was the UKIP vote heading home to bring about this coalition government of ‘dumb and dumber’ and the anti-British Brigade Pro Euro Brigade. This might well have been the last throw of the dice for UKIP. Over the coming months Cameron will be working all out to ensure that the remaining Tory vote in UKIP comes home. He will buy them off and make all his false platitudes. What will the rump vote of UKIP look like? Well still dissatisfied Tories but surely they will resemble more natural BNP supporters than Tory voters. The forgotten British patriots who heavily invested in the old Tory party but now betrayed by Dave and his left wing spineless careerist fopps.
UKIP left reeling and looking for a new approach to shore itself up have approached the English Dems and Robin Tilbrook in the hope they can provide a lifeline. Robin Tilbrook who calls himself an English Nationalist but acts like a schoolboy playing politics was allegedly offered the Deputy Chairmanship of UKIP. Like a number of decisions taken recently by the leadership of UKIP and Lord Pearson it appears there was little or no membership consultation on this approach. From what I understand a number of lead UKIP members have been outraged by this proposal. I don’t know how Robin Tilbrook feels about this intended ‘marriage’ but I should imagine some of his members would welcome the opportunity of joining UKIP and perhaps getting a chance to be elected to Europe and its ever increasing gravy train.
Well all considering the BNP faired well in the elections under Nick Griffins stewardmanship. A lot of candidates were bloodied a lot of experience gained. More branches formed and campaigns fought. Nick is a wise man and has held the good ship HMS BNP on a steady course over the years. In any party there will of course be growing pains and dissenters but none could have lead this party to the success it has recently enjoyed. Nick has worked tirelessly for British Nationalism with little reward for himself. Of course there are many who sit at home be-crying everyone else’s efforts in Nationalism but failing themselves almost in every area of taking Nationalism forward.
What we are presented with now are real opportunities which I hope the BNP will capitalise on. We need to improve the central party machine we need to fight campaigns more intelligently. There needs to be greater communication and transparency. The economic catastrophe which is unfolding will present new opportunities for the BNP and it is those we must focus on now and the way it affects ordinary British families. We need to spell out what a BNP government would do differently and the benefits which would accrue from voting BNP. The BNP in my opinion will come into its own in the next few years and we will vanquish the pretenders. Onwards and Upwards.