posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 27 July 2015, 20:06
No surprises for guessing who won the British National Party (BNP) leadership election. For some reason we tweeted the result around 3pm today, but the BNP did not announce it (unless we're mistaken) until just before 6pm tonight.
We have always maintained that the current leadership of the BNP would not allow this election to be fair. They had too much riding on it for starters.
A lot of people in the party, mainly those who criticised the leadership, found themselves put on "probation" and so excluded from the ballot.
Other people excluded from voting were meant to be members with less than two years unbroken membership.
That is all except for the likes of Julie Lake, the recent BNP candidate for the Bristol seat of Kingswood.
The BNP leadership like Julie. A lot. Back in April they wrote about her "Like Adam [Walker], Julie is a natural communicator and the response to the BNP common sense message today in Kingswood has been incredible."
Yes, Julie really is one of the Walker camp. Perhaps that is why they allowed Julie to vote for Adam Walker despite her not actually qualifying to vote by the party's own (now hidden) rule book.
You see, thanks to former BNP employee and activist of the year Dawn Charlton, our attention has been drawn to a little conversation on social media from August of last year, where Julie Lake admits that her membership has expired and needs to be renewed.
That, is an instant disqualification, comrades. Unless, it seems, you are a wonderful communicator like Adam Walker.
I'm sure the BNP will call this an oversight. Next week perhaps we'll uncover how many life members also voted, without even being given a choice of who to vote for.
Posted: 27 Jul 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 24 July 2015, 11:48
An interesting week for the British National Party (BNP). The current Chairman Adam Walker refused to answer any questions at the leadership hustings in London on Wednesday night and then later staged an interview with himself which will no doubt be later broadcast on BNPTV with all of the inserted enthusiasm behind him of a Nuremburg rally.
Missing from the London hustings was the puppet master himself, Clive Jefferson. We understand that Jefferson did travel down to London with Walker, but probably thought it better to give the hustings a miss in case he had to answer any embarrassing questions himself. Perhaps he was otherwise engaged having pocketed some £40,000 "on behalf" of BNP head office and not the London region who it was meant for..
This did not stop Jefferson going on the internet to spread more disinformation though. If you were unaware, Jefferson uses the name 'BritPatriot' when posting on internet forums. His latest lie, using the ruse of a loyal BNP member and not the kind of bottomless pit that he is, has been to claim that the "Labour 25" publication used in the video made by Dawn Charlton is a fake. Here is the video again, and the claim that the BNP have even gone as far as to knock the NSPCC for a few quid.
As you can see from below, last night's hustings in Southend wasn't too packed, either.
Over in the party supposed to replace the BNP, "British Voice", there has been more trouble. You can follow their perpetual downward tragectory from the moment it was formed, by following the hyperlinks back from this article here.
One light moment from their very public self-destruction was a comment last night that people should come and see me if they have something to get off their chest. Ladies and gentlemen, please, there are so many of you already, that my dance card is almost completely full.
Someone who does not pass information to us (yes, we do have some morals) is Eddie Stampton. Eddie has been having a very public meltdown over the last week because finally, it appears he has hit the proverbial wall with his colleagues. It does say something about the British far-right that they put up with a man who brags about keeping his former partner prisoner, all the time beating her, kicking and biting her for days but they get very upset only when the same person 'allegedly' pockets £50 for merely passing a few pictures to a newspaper in Northern Ireland.
Stampton has asked an emissary to ask us to lay off him. The answer is no. Not while he is also peddling drugs to kids.
The National Front (NF) will be attempting to march in Wakefield, West Yorkshire tomorrow. The excitement (and shock) in the tiny nazi party that they were given permission to shuffle their drug addled bodies in public has slowly turned to panic with the realisation that there are just not very many of them left to make it worthwhile. Simon Biggs has finally quit the party, after beating up a fellow member's wife was deemed naughty.
In quitting the party (in disgust) Biggs managed to get a crayon the right way around to write an angry message to the rest of the party. In it, he mentions he had 30 years membership of the NF. I wouldn't worry too much folks, he didn't really join until I signed him up after he left prison (for burgling little old ladies) in 1990 and then pissed off to the BNP in 1993.
He only actually re-joined the NF as far as I am aware, in 2013 after another short spell at Her Majesty's and also after stealing from the Northern Patriotic Front (NPF) their entire membership list. Unsurprisingly, the NPF will not be attending the Wakefield march, Simon Biggs (and Kevin Scott,) will be addressing their monthly meeting in Newcastle instead.
What must really get Biggs' goat is that the NF has had a bout of domestic violence break out in their own ranks in the last week, with one member deciding to kick and punch his own wife after a drunken get-together with other members. The official response from senior NF figures to one of their members giving his wife a public beating is that this sort of thing is "dissapointing". There you have it!
If you are in Wakefield tomorrow, spare a thought for Kate Watmough, the wife of drug dealer and Redwatch wimp, Kevin. She has been accused of passing us information (another one?) because we kindly asked some militant types to leave her be when her husband ran off and left her in a pub in Manchester earlier this year! Since that incident, Mrs Watmough has been making all kinds of wild allegations about how she fought off fifty large men (all black, of course) with only the help of her umbrella. I guess it didn't wash with her racial colleagues after all. Lads, Eddie Stampton, she ain't. Ok?
And finally, here is Lee Consterdine (centre) and some of his friends. They were at Tolpuddle last weekend trying their luck to see if they could get away with living and breathing among the lefties. Yes, Lee, it appears you did. I would suggest your plan to bring another ten people and some leaflets with you next year for the Sunday festivities, is a very silly plan.
Posted: 24 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Wednesday, 22 July 2015, 22:09
It's been an amusing pleasure watching the British National Party (BNP) reel from the relevations made to HOPE not hate by their former activist and employee of the year, Dawn Charlton.
If you have not seen the video we released last Friday, you can watch it here.
Tonight the party's two candidates for leader, the acting Chairman and half- wit Adam Walker, along with the other half of wit, Paul Hilliard, will face- off in a hustings meeting in London. Tomorrow night it will be Southend. Let's hope that some bright spark at the meeting asks about the £40,000 from the will of a man from Clacton on Sea that was paid to the party earlier this week. Yes, we even know about that, Clive..
I've already made it clear that we are of the opinion that the election will be rigged (in fact, so has one of the candidates) but now we have the postal ballot envelope (above) to prove just how easy it would be for somebody at the BNP's head office to cheat.
The people in the office are none too sharp, so they've made it easier for the alleged drug den that is the BNP offices in Wigton, to avoid having to even open enevelopes to cheat.
You couldn't make it up!
Posted: 22 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Duncan Cahill | on: Wednesday, 22 July 2015, 21:49
Everyone's least favourite nazi, Eddie Stampton aka Stanton, is having somewhat of a public meltdown on a series of nazi internet forums.
The reason? Apparently he has been told he is going to get a "slap" for grassing on his comrades. As we have often mentioned on these pages, it's an open secret that Stampton earns beer tokens and brownie points from the state and various Sunday newspapers both here and in Ireland, by passing on information about his colleagues.
An article my colleague wrote last week has raised the ire (further) of the boss of London Ulster Defence Association (UDA) and Stampton is now terrified he is going to be dealt with by members of the UDA, acting on the instructions of their boss.
Stampton's antics include trying to murder his ex-girlfriend, trying to set both the UDA in London and antifascists up to have a mutual bloodbath, getting released from his tag early by the probation service in exchange for Combat 18 founder Charlie Sargent's return to prison, setting up the Steadfast Trust for a television programme and one other act that cannot be mentioned for reasons of good taste.
Stampton is now trying to pass the blame for all of his grassing on Preston based nazi Mark Coterill. Cotterill, also happens to be a business rival of Stampton's (badges, not drugs.) According to Stampton, Cotterill will be stabbed should he ever show his face in London!
Obviously, Stampton must not be invited to this weekend's London Forum meeting where Holocaust denier David Irving is speaking, and a youth choir of Flemish nazis are singing. It's quite a surprise, because one of the organiser's of the meeting is Stampton's fellow fool from the Jew-hating demos, Jez Turner. Cotterill is meeting up with friends for a drink before the meeting, not too worried about being threatened by a wife beater it appears.
Maybe Turner's tired of the grass, too?
Posted: 22 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 17 July 2015, 10:00
This is Dawn Charlton. As you'll see from our video, she was a very important part of the British National Party (BNP).
Dawn has not changed her political views. But Dawn has agreed at great risk, to open the lid on the seedy life inside the BNP.
The BNP is a tiny political party, but it has been going for 33 years pumping out hatred and misery.
In 2009, the BNP polled almost one million votes. It was the beginnng of the end for the party of hate.
The BNP has a leadership election this month. It is already dogged by allegations of corruption. Dawn lifts the lid off not just how the current BNP leadership plans to win this election, but also how they dumped former leader Nick Griffin and how the party makes its money.
Posted: 17 Jul 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Thursday, 16 July 2015, 11:25
For those very few left in Britain's once mighty neo-nazi party, the British National Party (BNP), this month throws up a rare treat: A leadership election.
Last July the party dispensed with the services of one Nicholas "Nick" Griffin, a man who bought more beans and climbed more beanstalks than silly old Jack. Griffin was replaced by one Adam "Adumb" Walker, a man who has chased after more teenagers on bicycles than any other teacher in the history of British politics.
The dwindling BNP didn't bother with voting Griffin out, they just threatened to cut off his expenses. He got the message and fled to Brussels, Berlin, Madrid, Damascus and St Petersburg with a begging bowl. He's still begging, in fact.
The challenger, the man who wants what Adam Walker now has, is Derby's Paul Hilliard. No sooner had Hilliard made the decision to stand for election he started bleating on endlessly about the behaviour of Clive Walker, the man who made Adam Walker king.
Yes, because without Clive Jefferson, there would be no Adam Walker (or a pile of chopped wood in the BNP's old European office.) This election is really about Clive Jefferson, and he knows it.
Before assuming ownership of the BNP and all of its dead members and supporters, Jefferson was something of a main face around Cumbria. Jefferson used to be known at Clive Aitken, but he probably changed his name because there is somewhat of a rascal by the same name involved in all kinds of alleged activities in Cumbria.
Jefferson has been so stung by the criticism Hilliard and his few supporters have begun throwing at him, that he'll be probably relieved that someone somewhere is hacking the emails and social media accounts of BNP members and highlighting all kinds of anti-party activity and gossip.
As well as expulsions from the party, members are also waking up to notices that they have been placed on "probation" which excludes them from voting.
There's bound to be an investigation of sorts, soon, into the activities at the BNP's head office in Wigton, Cumbria. It may start with the mobile phone accounts of party employees and may end with the police visiting whoever it is that works for a mobile phone company cloning Sim cards and providing other confidential information to the BNP. In fact, it will.
For other information sadly lacking from this election (mainly because Hilliard is too gormless to do so,) some BNP members should check with Companies House as to just how many companies are being formed and dissolved of late. One important company that has been formed is probably very useful in helping Clive with his "independent" verifications when being made executor on a number of wills of members and supporters that he is named on.
Hilliard seems more concerned that the party website put his written election address up as a news item and then sunk it under a barrage of other news, while at the same time, embedding the video address of Adam Walker into the website.
If Hilliard could only have made himself a video address, more and more people would know that being captain of his pub's pool team is one of the many qualities that have primed him to be the BNP's new leader. And also having built the garden wall of a bloke who starred in two episodes of Grange Hill in the 1980's.
So, for the 148 people who have a genuine vote in the BNP's leadership election and not the 447 people added on to family memberships in the last month, here is an independent run through on the talent fighting it out to lead the British National Party.
Name: Adam Walker
Politics: Not really sure. He does not like the Jew baiting thing, though. He was once given a book on Jewish conspiracies to which he proudly replied "I'm not reading that. It'll take ages." He is the sort of gormless wit that the BNP wanted to represent them while things were going well. Adam's decision to chase after kids one night with a knife came at about the same time the BNP went headfirst into the dustbin.
Political History: Was once a promising organiser in the party. He was then put on the party's European staff-as was his brother, but once his brother got the sack, Adam came out in sympathy and began the second longest sulk in British political history. So long was the sulk, that as party manager he refused to leave the house unless he was paid up-front to do so. The BNP pretty much died in Yorkshire as a result of his laziness. Managed to lose over 10% of the vote the party previously held in Rotherham.
Interests: Other than chasing after kids while wielding a knife, it's money and uniforms. Thankfully his wife recently came into a few bob. He has his own uniform from his time in the army. Surely you've seen him dressing up in it or heard him mention it? Adam needs this job because he's got bugger all chance of getting a job doing anything else.
Supporters: None, really. He stabbed Pete Molloy in the back, probably because Clive made him do it. Oh yes, Patrick Harrington, too. With friends like that..
Do Ask: "Tell us about your time in the army.."
Don't Ask: "So, why is your brother, like you, banned from teaching?"
Name: Paul Hilliard
Politics: Once got to visit some other fascists [Roberto Fiore] with Nick Griffin. Has also received an endorsement from a tiny Polish fascist party which he seems very proud of. And of course, the bloke from Grange Hill. He also likes flags. He's promising that if elected, the BNP will have more flags. But no members, obviously.
Political History: Proudly claims he has been a "nationalist" for ten years. In our experience, that is BNP talk for nazi. Could be wrong. Rarely am. He used to run a blog. Then he got arrested and the blog stopped. Not sure if the two are connected.
Interests: He likes flags. Interestingly, he is captain of the local pub's pool team. This, he claims, is the very kind of leadership the BNP needs.
Supporters: It looks like the teenage nazi gang in National Action are getting behind Paul. No doubt they'll be calling him 'Patsy'. You would've thought he too would have made a video address to the party. Maybe he should get an IPhone from a certain shop in Rochdale like the rest of the bigwigs in the BNP. IPhones are good. I would like one.
Do Ask: "Did you leave anything on the cushion?"
Don't Ask: "How many shots on the black?"
Posted: 16 Jul 2015 | There are 2 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Tuesday, 14 July 2015, 09:28
Apparently there was fury at the British National Party (BNP) head office yesterday over the contents of my blog about the leadership election taking place in the party.
Later in the day a number of people who thought they were members of the party discovered they were not voting members and had in fact, been placed on "probation", barring them from voting in the election. It also appears that until the blog that the party was outright refusing to publish Hilliard's election statement.
The London region of the party, which is led by pornographer Steve Squire (who has conveniently been out of the country,) decided yesterday afternoon to back Paul Hilliard, the gormless challenger for the Chairman's position.
The person behind that decision appears to be Kevin Layzell, who the leadership allowed back into the party on the instruction of Squire.
Not only did the party use social media to attack Hilliard for using social media, it has not escaped anybody's notice that current leader Adam Walker's video address also exceeded the five minute rule placed on video addresses.
Hilliard is also relying on the media "skills" of certain members of the teenage nazi art-project National Action to push his message on social media, which really only ensures a lot of ex-members will get to see his campaign. Hilliard also demands more flags and banners, another sign that National Action are behind his campaign.
Voting ends next week, but the instruction from Squire (barred from being Deputy Chairman by Clive Jefferson) is that members should go ahead and vote anyway, despite the election being quite possibly rigged. Squire, Richard Perry and Simon Darby are planing on coming up with a cunning stunt later in the year to rescue the party, but it is unlikely they will wish to do so with Hilliard as their leader.
Squire may have been trying to be very cosy with the new leadership for the past twelve months, but a certain "file of filth" about his activities passed to a Sunday Newspaper by the BNP head office as an insurance policy has by all accounts, been shown to someone close to Squire who has contacts in the media.
When the results of the election are announced, my advice to Hilliard and his advisers, is to check the BNP membership list. It has been 'stacked' in a similar fashion to the electoral register of certain London boroughs. Some of those families registered on it, have as good as doubled in the last two months!
It's unlikely there'll be much of the BNP worth winning an election for either way. Any BNP member who is still unsure of who to vote for and has not received either a letter threatening expulsion or actually expelling them- and or legal threats, should probably run the names of certain high ranking BNP officials through a register of companies formed and dissolved in the last twelve months to get a more accurate picture of the state of the party.
The rescue package, will just be another split.
Posted: 14 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 13 July 2015, 08:24
Paul Hilliard, the fool who is trying to be the next leader of the British National Party (BNP), has been publicly reprimanded by the party for "campaigning outside of authorised channels."
Not that there has been gushing interviews in the mainstream media about the BNP's leadership election. The party has barely mentioned the election through fear of whipping up what is left of pro-Nick Griffin sentiment in the party.
Hilliard's crime appears to have been "campaigning on social media and seeking an unfair advantage against Mr Walker."
Mr Walker is the banned teacher currently running the party in to the ground. Although Hilliard is not exactly an anti-Walker candidate, he is currently suffering a mysterious amount of attempts to log into his social media accounts by other parties. Our guess it is the party's Head Office.
The party does not name the "returning officer" who has reprimanded Hilliard, but it is more than likely to be Clive Jefferson, who runs the party like his own sweetshop and Adam Walker like his own personal, paperboy.
Hilliard is probably a bit too dim to realise just how much the odds in the election have been stacked against him. Those family memberships the party holds as well as the "lifetime" memberships amount to some 70% of the votes that Jefferson will cast on behalf of Walker.
This is despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of the lifetime members have long deserted the party.
Hilliard has only about 142 members available to canvass.
Is it any wonder that Richard Perry and Steve Squire have currently flown to one of Squire's foreign homes to plot a Coup d'état?
Posted: 13 Jul 2015 | There are 0 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Friday, 10 July 2015, 11:14
Last week's protest by Jew-haters in London was an unsurprising damp squib for most people, but it brought a little joy to those in our office who have to suffer the endless hours of video and audio the tiny number of neo-Nazis in the UK manage to create.
Little Kevin Layzell, the Jack of all nazi groups- but master of none, gave a rousing speech into his chest that even had his nazi friends bemused as to what exactly he was talking about. Still, as they do say in the Eddie Stampton's little world, if you cannot get a girl, get a nazi.
Talking of Eddie Stampton (seen above adjusting his brains whilst taking to Mark 'toilet soap' Atkinson,) he really is a vicious little so and so. According to one militant antifascist who I shared a light libation with this week, Stampton was trying to feed antifascists details of an Ulster Defence Association (UDA) shindig in South London tomorrow. Stampton promised that the shining, with bands, banners and speakers would not be "protected" against a possible invasion by militants, because Stampton is no longer a "loyalist" apparently.
This grassing is of course a result of London UDA not backing Stampton's Jew hating exploits in the capital and banning him from contact with the group. If I know anything about the boss of London UDA, I'm sure he'll have his venue in Waterloo well guarded and will probably be giving Stampton another slap the next time they bump into one another in a pub around Victoria.
There is to be a leadership election in the British National Party (BNP) later this month. The party constitution, currently hidden under the bed of Patrick Harrington, demands it. Step forward Paul Hilliard, from Derby, who has no ambition (or chance) to be elected as the next leader of the tiny, tiny party. Hilliard was chosen by Adam Walker and Clive Jefferson to stand as he is one of the few people left with five years' membership of the BNP that has not been expelled from the party. Yet.
Hilliard fell out with former party Chairman Nick Griffin, when having driven across the country at his own expense to attend an organisers' conference at Griffin's home in 2013, he was then charged £1 for a cup of tea!
Talking of Griffin, I hear from a source in the European Parliament that the former BNP leader is getting closer to finally selling his farm in Wales, but in the meantime, he is offering it as a holiday let to anyone who wants to visit the Welsh countryside. The house has an oversized bubble bath, a jacuzzi, access to rambling hills and of course, a large extension that was controversially paid for by the British National Party to be used as a venue for training seminars.
I do believe that the current BNP leadership are keen to see the return of the £12,000 that extension cost the party when it was built.
The Griffins' will miss their family home. When they were running the BNP and raking in lots of BNP members cash, the Griffin Klan liked nothing more then getting a few bottles of champagne out of the fridge and heading to the jacuzzi and getting bladdered. Things are so bad now that Mrs Griffin may even have to go back to work to finance her husband's trip around European fascist parties with his begging bowl.
What a terrible shame.
Posted: 10 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments
posted by: Matthew Collins | on: Monday, 6 July 2015, 21:51
When Nick Griffin was dumped by the British National Party (BNP) last year, a whole group of sycophants rallied round to offer him their support. Griffin held a meeting, and eventually, agreed to the formation of a new party.
No sooner was it about to launch, Griffin pulled out of the new party "British Voice," after what was left of the BNP revealed that Mike Whitby, the man who carried the Griffin political tradition around in an urn, had not paid the party back for some monies he had borrowed.
Whitby had initially been anointed by Griffin to carry the Griffin torch while he was traveling the world meeting other fascists. As a result, British Voice have not done much since its formation. Even Nick Griffin will not go near them. It has become a three man show of Martin Vaughan, Chris Thornton and Mike Whitby.
So it is no surprise to hear that Thornton and Vaughan, who double as both the membership secretary and regional organiser are making allegations against Whitby, the party's Chairman, and are calling for his removal.
For legal reasons I cannot repeat the allegations here, but I can confirm that there is an emergency meeting to remove Whitby being held this Thursday in Newcastle, the party's supposed stronghold.
I doubt anyone will be putting into the whip round at this meeting.
Posted: 6 Jul 2015 | There are 1 comments | make a comment/view comments