Many people have commented as to why I have been so muted ever since I received a text message from Nick Griffin on the 9th December at lunchtime, informing me that my home had just been successfully raided by Party Security at his request.
My immediate reaction of disbelief shortly followed by one of anger still has not diminished today, but has instead been joined with feelings of total betrayal. In retrospect, I am relieved that I have taken some quiet time to reflect on the situation fully and not be drawn into thoughts and words clouded in desires for unconsidered retribution.
Act in haste, repent at leisure; these are wise words that I have adhered to during this difficult period.
It’s no secret that Sadie and I are engaged to be married and are looking forward to our first child together. We are both very happy and the life altering changes that will be upon us soon I’ll embrace because of the love I feel and the wonderful support of our friends and families that have left me feeling very humble, and exceptionally lucky to have them around us. I know many people in this world have nothing, so I remind myself that not a single thing should taken for granted in this life.
I joined the BNP back in 2001 after a short period in UKIP, I left them because they offered no solutions whatsoever as to how we could go about saving our country. My first proper contact with BNP officials was at the second RWB festival in Wales, the weather was appalling but the passion, warmth and drive in the other members I met filled me with hope, and for the first time in many years I felt that we had a path forward, and as a nation and people we could be saved.
That weekend I spoke to Nick Griffin and many other people and was so impressed I became a party official and organiser shortly afterwards. My activism has taken me across many different towns and places in the
Over the ensuing years I have met some of the finest people I have ever known, devoted, honest and loyal to the cause of saving our land. Some of these people I regard as instrumental in keeping my moral high and driving me onwards. Warren Bennett was one such man whose honour, and level of professionalism within the Security Department he created, attracted me to join it. My previous experience in the security industry and being an ex-serviceman gave me perspective and allowed me to judge this new Department; and I was very impressed. Since joining the Department of Security I have been involved in the personal security of Nick Griffin and other Party officials and featured prominently during the Leeds Trials. I taught Nick and Jackie and other Party officials various aspects of personal security, the details of which fall out of the remit of this letter. I can swear on my life that I at the drop of a hat would have given my life for Nick as his personal security, so to realise the vile and horrible way in which he has stabbed Sadie and I in the back leave me almost speechless.
Nick Griffin sent under ‘chairman’s orders’, five members of my own Security Department, men I have stood by through thick and thin and helped to train, to steal belongings from Sadie and I while we were away. Her computer has been accessed and Sadie’s private personal account read by dishonourable people paid by
I bear witness to the fact that Sadie is the most hardworking, honest and conscientious nationalist I have ever met, she has worked tirelessly for the benefit of the Party that she, like so many others, has sacrificed so much.
On countless occasions she has tended to situations around the country and poured oil on trouble waters that Mark Collett had created in his egotistical ranting and trouble making. John Walker and Dave Hannam’s uselessness as treasurers have also caused a great many crises’s that again Sadie has patched-up and sort to bring to a positive conclusion for the benefit of all. Time and time again Mark Collett has been behind dozens of problems and breaches of the Party Code of Conduct and security safeguards. He, through his lies has manipulated Nick Griffin to unconstitutionally sack, bully into leaving or sidelining some of the most experienced and finest Party officials and members, because their dared to question Collett’s mindless ball-wreaking interference and arrogance across the Party’s inner structure.
At this years Blackpool Conference, the Code of Conduct, that I myself wrote, was yet again ignored by only two people out of the two hundred in attendance, they were Collett and Hannam; they clearly thought themselves totally above it and completely untouchable. At the time they breached the Code of Conduct, I successfully managed to liaise with the police outside to avoid officers from entering the Conference Hotel with the intention in arresting them both for stimulating hostility by antagonizing the protestors in front of the hotel. The police were adamant that they were within their rights to do so; if they had done so the media waiting outside would have had a wonderful time on the front pages the following day I’m sure at the expense of the Party.
At last years conference in
I cannot and will never forgive Griffin for what he has done to Sadie and I, he has made the future mother of my children left feeling as if she has been burgled; it is an horrendous sensation and one that she absolutely does not deserve. This has been compounded further as I have heard from my friends the spurious lies and statements about her that he has spewed at Party meetings since this situation has come to a head. I am disgusted by the behaviour of Nick Griffin, he is now acting in a way that represents the very people that he has professed throughout his political career to seek to replace.
I personally call upon all members, activists and supporters of the British National Party to resign their official positions within it, while still remaining members of the Party until such time as Nick Griffin removes Mark Collett from the British National Party. Nothing else will suffice.
Sadie and I are very strong people and we absolutely will NOT be bullied into turning our backs on this Party and the fine people within it.
In the words of Nick Griffin himself; are we with the Party for the long haul? YES WE ARE!