Friday, 3 October 2014

Nick Griffin expelled from BNP membership

Nick Griffin, the former Chairman of the British National Party (BNP) has been expelled from membership.

A Conduct Committee established by new Party Chairman, Adam Walker took the step in a letter to Mr Griffin today.

The Conduct Committee stated:

We believe that since being given the title of honourary President, you have put all your efforts into trying to cause disunity by deliberately fabricating a state of crisis. The aim of this was to again embroil the BNP in factionalism designed to destabilise our Party. This has included:

• Preparing a ‘report’ which tells lies about key Party personnel and finances and approving the leak of these damaging and defamatory allegations onto the internet

• Harassing members of BNP staff and in at least one case making physical threats

• Bringing the Party into disrepute through public statements

• Publishing, causing to be published or being reckless as to the publication of untrue allegations against the Party in the form of e-mails giving a false account of your bankruptcy situation

• Disobeying legitimate, constitutional instructions given to you by our Chairman, Adam Walker aimed at preventing damage to the reputation and unity of the Party.

Mr Jefferson of the conduct committee stated:

"This has been a difficult decision to make and not one taken lightly. Although we all appreciate that Nick has achieved a lot for our Party in the past, we must also remember that the Party is bigger than any individual.

“Nick did not adjust well to being given the honourary title of President and it soon became obvious that he was unable to work as an equal member of the team and alarmingly his behaviour became more erratic and disruptive."

Mr Griffin had been Chairman of the BNP for fifteen years until leaving his position following an Executive Council meeting in July.

Mr Griffin had previously lost his seat as a Member of the European Parliament and has been  declared personally bankrupt due to a series of legal bills he ran up over several years as a result of both pursuing and defending a series of long-running cases.‏

5 comments:

David H said...

When a party looses an election, the leadership usually resigns, look what happen to the lib lab con?

Lee Muzzy said...
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John B said...

Unfortunately Walker is not a leader His style is to simply expel without trial all who criticize him. He ran out of a meeting he had called rather than debate Nick and others. He has Mis- characterized Nicks actions inside the party executive as attempts to bring the Party into disrepute when they were merely the normal type of disputes and arguments over policy that go on in any rational political institution. Nick has his faults mainly that his leadership was not the sort of hands on internal politicking that would have prevented this coupe against him.
in other words because of his position as the external face of the BNP he did not give sufficient time to the internal matters. But Walkers style of letting Harrington dictate then demanding no dissension is the opposite but it is even more disruptive British people will not be regimented by anyone especially a rigid dullard like Walker.

Keats said...

John B, you are a ablogger in California.I have published your comment as an example of how internet warriors grasp comments from forums who work against the BNP, and regurgitate their ignorance without having possession of the facts.
Everyone is entitled to their opinion, even uninformed foreigners, but next time, I suggest you refrain from presenting your comment as 'fact' when you have no actual idea of what has passed within the party. Thank you.