Thursday, 11 August 2011

Nick Griffin Urges Our People To Stick Together

The BNP is organising volunteers to give practical help to people caught up in the riots, Nick Griffin, MEP, writes:

" 'We’ve had a lot of calls from terrified and lonely people, especially pensioners, trapped in inner city hell-holes today,' says Dawn, who heads our Head Office phone team.

'They’re so scared, and they feel so let down. It’s really upsetting talking to them, but it’s also very rewarding knowing that they feel better after being able to speak to a friendly person who understands.'

"Dawn sends this message of hope out to all our members: 'Anyone who needs to talk to us or who would like to request assistance during the riots, please call us on 0844 809 4581, and we will do all we can to have a British National Party member or supporter help you. We cannot guarantee that we have volunteers in every area, but we are here, just a phone call away, and we want to help.'

"Having heard about this development, I've asked that a member of the party’s Call Centre team be allocated to making reassurance calls to elderly members in inner London and central Birmingham.

"I’ve also spoken with our London Regional Organiser, Steve Squire. He has got a small but very reliable team on standby to visit any of the elderly members we contact who actually need someone to go.

"Whether they need evacuating, supplies bringing in, or just want someone to go and sit with them over a cuppa, Steve and the others will be there to help.

"We have to look for ways to bring good out of the appalling mess that the collapse of the old parties’ disastrous multi-cult ‘experiment’ has created. Obviously, the help it’s already giving us in moving the party forward is one thing, but giving us the chance to show that we are essentially one big family is another.

"I urge all local British National Party organisers in other areas hit by rioting to follow suit and contact elderly and vulnerable members in their own patches as well. Now, more than ever before, we must all stand together.

"Self-defence is no offence – we will protect our communities
Our first priority is to make sure our people are safe and are not left alone during this terrible time. That done, the more able of our activists and all officers of the Party must step forward and take the lead in organising a pro-active defence for our communities and a political campaign for the British National Party.

"If your community has been abandoned by the authorities and, with quiet determination and community spirit, you want to do something about it, we are pleased to help.

"While the politically correct left-wing media and the spineless government refuse to acknowledge what is really happening in our communities, and the police do nothing, it is up to us all to defend our streets.

"We are providing these simple and effective downloadable resources because, unlike the others, we understand exactly what is happening and exactly what needs to be done. What's more, we've had enough, just like you.

"Self-defence is no offence, and it's no crime to be proud of who you are and where you come from.

"Please contact the Organiser of your local branch to obtain special posters and leaflets.
Everyone can play their part in this fight back by printing off as many of these leaflets as possible and giving them to friends, family and by posting them through letterboxes in your area.

"Please pass this message on to friends.

"I am advising people not to get angry – get politically active and join the British Resistance. Join our country’s only hope, the British National Party by ringing our membership and donation hotline on 0844 809 4581.
Joining a political party or being a volunteer is not an option open to everyone, so if you are as outraged with the current disaster as I am and really want to make a difference and fight back you can do that by donating to the British National Party and helping us be here for those who rely on us."

Yours sincerely,

Nick Griffin, MEP
Leader, British National Party

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