Saturday, July 12, 2008

jackson4leader.com

The trial Leadership Challenge mounted in 2007 was meant as a forerunner for a serious challenge in 2008. However, the situation in the Party is now so confused that the serious challenge has been postponed until 2009. A separate challenge for 2008 has been announced by a group of disenchanted former officials of the Party. In our view this is a frivolous challenge with no likelihood of success. Up until a few months ago the promoters of this challenge were lauding the Party Leadership and denigrating supporters of the 2007 Challenge. They are also very much associated with liberal policies, which we view as contrary to proper nationalist principles. The current Leadership have apparently abandoned preparation for the next General Election, (If a snap election had been called in the spring, the Party would have had no prior preparations). We believe that fighting Parliamentary elections is the single most important function of the Party. (See further details on this point discussed on http://thenationalparty.org.uk/strategy). When campaigning for Parliamentary seats we can put forward our proposals. At Council elections, as the campaign is fought on local issues and the suitability of the candidate, it is difficult to campaign on national issues without appearing absurd. The current Leadership are putting all their effort into the Euro-elections. There seems no political reason for doing so as MEPs have no real power or function beyond boosting the European Commission. It has been suggested that the reason for the Leadership diverting Party resources to the Euro-elections is that a Euro-MP makes around £1,000,000 over the 5 years he is in office and then receives a pension. With the above in mind, we are promoting an organisation to support people who want to stand as nationalist candidates in the General Election. Under BNP rules and Electoral Commission rules this would be effectively impossible if we operate as a separate section of the BNP! What we propose is that people ‘sign up’ temporarily as individuals. When an election is called they can then decide to stand as a nationalist candidate, (In extremis, if the BNP refuses to allow them to stand as a BNP candidate, to stand for another nationalist party). We would not support a candidate against an official nationalist candidate. Candidates and supporters can collect money for their campaign. They can either keep the monies in their own account or put it in a central account, which we will keep in trust. See http://thenationalparty.org.uk/sterlingwork It must be emphasised that money saved as above, cannot be money that has been donated to the BNP, or any other political party, as under Electoral Commission rules, this money must be reported to a party’s national treasurer. However, there is nothing preventing organisations that are not political parties from collecting money, for example, the Sterlingwork trust. (We believe that supporters are loathe to donate to the BNP, because it appears from the published accounts, that 90% of the money donated to the BNP ‘disappears’ into Head Office overheads?)

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13 comments:

Options said...

If Jackson was intending on standing this year then he should have put a little effort into it!

Most members in the Party (bearing in mind that the old timers have left in disgust and that there is a high turn-over of new members) don't know who Jackson is.

Mike Easter told an enquirer that if they didn't know who Jackson was then they obviously wern't a nationalsist (not the best attitude)!

Jackson should be promoting standing at local level as the BNP should be a grass roots Party.

Jackson has only delayed standing for leadership (if Griffin hasn't changed the rules and made it so that he can only be challenged every 4 years) so that he can ride on the back of the rebels success in the forthcoming court cases.

Jackson is a good guy but he isn't the next leader of the Party.

seventhvictim said...

The best bet would be to abandon the BNP as Griffin will always be able to fix the elections to hold onto his money spinner. Leave the bisexual kleptomaniacs, freemasons and swingers to their own devices; they are not worthy of decent British peoples support.

tonydj said...

Quote "The trial Leadership Challenge mounted in 2007 was meant as a forerunner for a serious challenge in 2008."....."the serious challenge has been postponed until 2009. A separate challenge for 2008 has been announced"....."In our view this is a frivolous challenge with no likelihood of success."

I do not know when this post appeared on the web site "Jackson4leader.com" But I do know one thing. Prior to the decision of Cllr Colin Auty to attempt a leadership challange a number of BNP activists were "sounded out" solely to determine whether there was a genuine plan to stand another challanger to Nick Griffin.

We learned that no such serious challenger was in the wings.

I name no names but we made it quite plain that we did not wish to step on anyone's toes or to be in any way responcible for putting forward TWO challangers.

Whatever the reason was for Chris Jackson ( a man for whom I have the greatest respect) not standing for leadership (or indeed anyone else not standing) it was NOT Cllr Auty making a "frivolous" attempt and muddying the water.

Dave Jones

Press Officer, Cllr Auty's challange

Anonymous said...

To be honest, the whole thing is very sad.

When Griffin brings the 4yr rule in, all is lost. You tell me who will want to join or vote for a party where the membership are not allowed to have a say, or to challenge when they think things are bad.

Griffin has destroyed nationalism in Britain, and those who wouldn't sign for Auty, wether he could have won, or not, should hang their heads in shame. It was his democratic right to challenge, but the BNP isn't democratic, and most of its members are so inadequate that they're scared of what they are members of.

Richard Chadfield said...

Quote '..Up until a few months ago the promoters of this challenge were lauding the Party Leadership and denigrating supporters of the 2007 Challenge'. Unquote

I was one of the backers of Colin Auty's challenge. Last year ,2007, i signed Chris Jackson's nomination form. Bev Jones was a backer of Colin Auty's campaign. Last year she signed Chris Jackson's nomination form. We did not denigrate either Chris Jackson or his campaign.

Quote '..However, the situation in the Party is now so confused that the serious challenge has been postponed until 2009'. Unquote

I doubt if anyone will be able to challenge in 2009. The constitution will have been changed. If a challenge is permitted the rules will be set by the current leadership to disadvatage the challenger. For example no tour of the units, no pulicity in the periodicals/website, very restricted campaign time etc. Chris is essentially unknown out of the north west and ,I suspect,becoming increasingly unknown in the North West. So he is immediately disadvantaged. I don't see much prospect for 2009.

Quote 'We believe that fighting Parliamentary elections is the single most important function of the Party'. Unquote

I don't think that I agree on this one. The party should concentrate on local elections. Build up significant numbers of councillors and then having established credibility and a base in the parliamentary constituencies move up to the next rung of the ladder. If you have councillors in each of the wards of a given parliamentary constituency you are in with a chance. If not essentially you have no chance. Repeated defeats are not helpful, quite the reverse, they distroy your credibility. At the moment we are in no position to win parliamentary elections under the current voting system.

Quote 'The current Leadership are putting all their effort into the Euro-elections' Unquote.

Probilly true and perhaps they do it for the wrong reasons. Non-the-less there are some good reasons for contesting the Euro's. 1) It is just possible that we may win a seat. We came within 1% in Yorkshire in 2004. 2) to win a Euro MP would massively increase our credibility which in turn would boost our council and parliamentary results.
Downside is the enormous drain on the party's resorces.
Richard Chadfield

Final Conflict said...

what should happen is that decent nationalists should set up power structures where there are power-bases and seek to educate councillors, and motivate the local community [akin to what Sinn Fein do/did in N.I.].

But this doesn't spin any money - it costs. So the BNP isn't interested.

I've spoken to many [ex] regional organisers anbd they say the biggest problem is that councillors are left to their own devices with no supporting structures etc.

It seems some people want all the publicity but aren't interested in building a genuine alternative, let alone educating BNP people [let alone supporters/voters] as to true nationalism.

No surprise to most of you i guess...

Read FC magazine #38 on usury and local government to see how nationalists could be considered the saviours of whole communities. But that would mean going up AGAINST the banksters, certain vested interests etc... which doesn't seem to be the 'flavour of the day' because they ain't "muzzies"

Anonymous said...

Educate the BNP, FC?

This is the website of the BNP's organiser, Andrew McBride. Note his friends of Israel badge.

The BNP is fucked, let them get on with it.

http://www.actioninengland.gb.com/

tonydj said...

Quote from FINAL CONFLICT "what should happen is that decent nationalists should set up power structures where there are power-bases and seek to educate councillors, and motivate the local community [akin to what Sinn Fein do/did in N.I."

"... the biggest problem is that councillors are left to their own devices with no supporting structures etc."

Totaly agree on both points. In fact I have often quoted Sinn Fein's tactics as a model to follow (NOT their policies though)

Anonymous said...

"Educate the BNP, FC?

This is the website of the BNP's organiser, Andrew McBride. Note his friends of Israel badge.

The BNP is fucked, let them get on with it.

http://www.actioninengland.gb.com/

13 July 2008 19:10"

Lord Kitchener on SF is Andy McBride

Anonymous said...

"Lord Kitchener on SF is Andy McBride

13 July 2008 23:54"


Yes, we know, and we also know he's a member of the 'Friends of Israel' and a Freemason.

As we've said, the BNP, is fucked! Griffin doesn't care, he's a greedy fat twat in it for the money. He has no ideology, or self respect. Griffin goes wherever the wind, money, and morons blow.

Anonymous said...

People like McBride have allowed the things written about here

http://www.scribd.com/doc/2682581/Gentile-Folly-The-Rothschilds-by-Arnold-Leese

People like McBride are also stupid enough to think that the people of Israel would allow Britain to operate in the same manner as themselves.

seventhvictim said...

There appears to be rather a lot BNP officials who have connections to Freemasonry. WTF is going on - simple financial corruption or something more sinister?

Anonymous said...

Quote 'We believe that fighting Parliamentary elections is the single most important function of the Party'. Unquote

I believe this is correct.

In fact, I think the next General Election is the last chance we have to made any sort of mark politically.

We need to stand as many Parliamentary Candidates as possible, whether BNP, NF or Independent.

It's our last chance, in my humble opinion.

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