Thursday, 20 December 2007

Family Defence Appeal

A regrettable management decision has led to two pregnant women who have been hard working dedicated members, sacked on the eve of Christmas with one due to give birth in just a matter of weeks. Ironically one of the key policies of the BNP manifesto is to ensure mothers with young babes receive a working wage, not take it away from them!

We trust that this internal situation will be short lived, but we are launching an appeal to help our friends who have been left in the lurch to survive on charity while the situation endures.

It is early days yet and we are committed to working towards an amicable resolution, but if the expelled personnel are not reinstated and Sadie’s stolen items are not returned, as a last resort we have no choice but to pursue expensive legal action against the perpetrators.

Everyone who has had the pleasure of working with the sacked personnel will know what a credit they are to the Party and that they act with financial integrity.

Every little helps and will be much appreciated. Send your family support and defence donations to P.O. Box 21684, Falkirk, FK1 9BB. Please make cheques/postal orders payable to ‘Family Defence Appeal’ or use the online donation button at the top of the left hand side column on this blog.

18 comments:

Birmingham member said...

I sent a tenner in the post when I got the bulletin yesterday. I'll send another when I get my Christmas bonus wage tomorrow. Shame on Griffin!

ivan said...

thanks for the bulletin that came through the post today. the same as above(brummies everywhere)i get paid tomorrow and a cheque will be in the post to falkirk,but thank you most for lifting my spirit up by the bulletin,shame on the rest who have brought us this mess.sadie and nicholla we support you deeply.
staffordshire patriot."the heart speaks louder than words"

concerned in Leicester said...

Another tenner on its way!

Dundeecol said...

Christmas is usually a difficult time for many of us financially.

I have sent what I can afford, I would urge everyone, regardless if you sympathise with one side or the other, to lend a hand to your nationalist brothers and sisters in their time of need.

Together, we can make Christmas a bit brighter for those who have lost their income at a time they need it most.

Colin Cox
Dundee

Anonymous said...

100% support to you all.
I know you and I know you are the very BEST.

Griffin's camp have disgraced themselves, a bonnie wee lass from the great girl Nicholla or laddie (of course) will help the real Cause and you know there are thousands of folk who want change.

£20 quid on its way.

HG.

Souwester said...

There's a tenner on the way to you, to start with, by cheque, along with a £100 cheque from a friend.

Anonymous said...

I've had enough of Griffin and his cohorts. If he hasn't got anything to fear why am I banned from the forum?

I only want the truth and not letting me ask questions of the leadership convinces me that they have something to hide.

Democracy Griffin, Barnes, Darby
style or dictatorship?

Anonymous said...

good stuff(well said colin cox dundee) this is very emotional. i have put a family treasure on ebay.my grandfather said one day it will come in handy.

Anonymous said...

I'm a student who is building up a big debt wth the student loan company, but I'll send you a cheque for £20 you deserve it!

Why should you have to pay for the legal costs of prosecuting burgles, isn't that what you pay taxes for?

frogstomper said...

speaking of matters financial and all that, does anyone have any idea of who is NOT running excalibur - I have many members ringing asking where their orders are.

Mr G was very quick to assure us that Nicholla was deliberately holding up dispatch - well that would naturally have sorted itself out by now, wouldn't it what with her being sacked....well?? Wouldn't it? errrrmmmmmmmm...

Bill Henderson said...

Did the Credit Card thing

Sent £10

Forseti said...

Frogstomper asks "speaking of matters financial and all that, does anyone have any idea of who is NOT running excalibur - I have many members ringing asking where their orders are."

Isn't it Arthur Kemp?

Anonymous said...

Further to frogstomper.

And who's doing the raffle permits?

JSA said...

I hope you're taking everything you're entitled to from the state. After paying taxes all these years you're entitled to benefits. Don't be too proud to claim what you're entitled to.

Dundeecol said...

[RE: I hope you're taking everything you're entitled to from the state.]

Even if a claim was made, due to them being the 'wrong' ethnicity and usually hard working, it would be a hard task to claim any benefit. Also, it would likely take about 3 weeks before they would get any money. I doubt the £120 approx. a fortnight would cover all the costs that these guys are incurring at the moment.

Secondly, the appeal, unless I'm mistaken, is for any legal matters that need to be funded as well as helping out with expectant mothers at Christmas.

It is very clear that the action was purposefully taken by the BNP management at this precise time as to maximise the demoralising effect.

We can counter that effect by showing, if we can, just how much we support Nicholla, Sadie, Kenny, Ian and Co. by digging deep.

shuggie said...

Good luck to both of you

£20 on it`s way

V. Gordon said...

Anonymous JSA said...

I hope you're taking everything you're entitled to from the state. After paying taxes all these years you're entitled to benefits. Don't be too proud to claim what you're entitled to.

Unfortunately people who have been sacked are not entitled to full benefits for 12 weeks and this is all dependant on an investigation carried out by the Department of Social Security. It looks like Sadie, Kenny and Nicholla will have to go without full benefit for some time. I will pop a cheque in the post when I get paid on the 28th and I would prefer that you use the money for personal use rather than save it for legal fees (I will send something towards your legal fees at the end of January).

Regards
V. Gordon
North East

EnoughIsEnough said...

Thank you to all who have donated so far. At this time of year we know it is difficult for most families to budget for anything extra. We are all truly humbled by your support.