Monday, 24 December 2007

Our Christmas Message

Dear Reader

Thank you for calling by. To mark the Christmas period as from today, 24th December we will not be making any further postings or publishing any comments on the subject of the internal issues facing the current BNP leadership.

We do so in order that peace and goodwill can descend on the houses of all involved over this special period that marks both the birth of Christ and the ancient pre-Christian festival of Yule. Whether Christian, atheist or pagan this is a time of reflection, celebration and joy, especially for those with young family, it should be a few days enjoyed by all.

As nationalists we should never forget what is at stake; the issues of the past few weeks are not about the jobs of a handful of individuals and their families, the career paths of aspiring parliamentarians and councillors, the issues are fundamentally how the BNP can survive every challenge and overcome obstacles thrown at the Party by the liberal-left opposition so that we as a unique people can not just survive but flourish and prosper in these our island homelands.

As 2007 comes to a close we face a mighty struggle. A cultural war is being waged in our classrooms and our media, a physical war is being waged in inner city housing schemes and a demographic war is being waged in the maternity wards of our hospitals. We haven't got the luxury of internecine battles while those that would destroy Britain and the British people are gaining strength every week, every month.

We call upon the BNP leadership to cease the character assassinations and spend the Christmas period in quiet reflection.

We further call upon the BNP leadership to postpone the threat of expulsions of office holders which was posted on the BNP web site on Saturday 22nd December. Many office holders will be spending time preparing for festivities with their loved ones and not avidly glued to their computer screens. There is no purpose to be served in demanding a decision on this of all days from those who have given many years service to the BNP and the longer term Cause. There is too much at stake.

We send our good wishes to every sincere, decent nationalist who strives towards a happy, secure and prosperous future for our kinfolk and our nation. Each and every one please have a merry Christmas and let's trust that we can all come out united in the opening days of 2008 to give the corrupt Old Gang parties a series of election battles in a year to remember.

The Enough is Enough blog team.


Anonymous said...

Amen to that.
And may your own God bless you all.(Allah excluded).
Merry Christmas and a Happy and Victorious 2008.
Look after yourselves and laugh.
Tomorrow is always another day.
Best wishes to everyone I know and to all those brave souls I wish I did.

Anonymous said...

This web site is shaping up nicely now, but it does still needs a Christmas video message from Sadie. Please don’t let it go quite over Christmas, because this is exactly what the Collett camp is hoping for.

Also there is no postal address on the site for people to send appeal cheques to, and exactly whom do we make the cheques payable to?

The You-Tube link below is an interview with Sadie recorded just after her election as a district councillor last May. Who says she isn’t ready to handle the press, or lead this party.

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas to all true White Nationalists. Hope Santa is good to everyone. My kids are driving me crackers already.
Sammy Shaw

patriot said...

It would appear that this split in the BNP.has been orchestrated, but for what purpose?

To stop the BNP. from becoming an electable,respectable Nationalist party, like the Scot. Nats.?

To keep the power in the hands of a few, having their wages and pensions paid for by the members contributions?

To maintain in power a core of hard line anti-democratic racist / nazi, as the press keep saying we are?

Britain is ready and willing to give a democratic Nationalist party its chance today. Once we have good councillors in place,good press will follow.

People like Collett,and others, should not be anywhere near a respectable political organization.
As i said someone does not wish this party to expand. WHY?

Bill Henderson said...

A Very Merry Christmas to All

Anonymous said...

have a peacefull xmas folks.

all the best

Jock Oldham

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas everyone, and here's to a prosperous New Year for our nation and people!

Anonymous said...

Wise words and well said!

Lets stick a plaster on it and hopefully we can all get back to the thing that matters most, winning our country back.

I wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

All the very best to ALL TRUE Nationalists out there.

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all....I am proud to be able to count each and every one of you as my Brother and Sister.

Anonymous said...

Merry xmas everyone! Let's hope there's peace on Earth for good! We can all live in peace not war. Happy christmas my brethren.

Anonymous said...

griffin is now saving £30.000 + in wages ,maybe thats what is all about ????tkink .or he is about to do a runner in the new year.
keith axon.

Red and White said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

I hope that this compromise carries through and we see nationalists united again in 2008.