A gathering of what would normally have been a
The meeting, presided over by the now resigned former officials of
Kenny closed his heartfelt speech by reading out the official statement of the modernising dissenters. This statement which called for leadership change within the BNP. A question and answer session was held immediately afterwards. No question went unanswered and nothing was left off the table. Kenny’s honesty and passion shone through as usual.
Only two people from the 30 people attending voiced opposition to this call and one of those was a non-member. The other stated they would have had more sympathy for the expelled had they informed him of the situation beforehand. However the sensible credo for any organisation and especially ones that rely on voluntary activists has always been good news down, bad news up. It had been hoped these matters could have been dealt with internally and officials cannot be expected to rally activists to action by telling them there are problems above.
It was unanimously agreed that the monthly meetings would continue as normal but without the BNP affiliation. The new independent nationalist activists will continue to be active in the city spreading the nationalist message.
A collection raised £137 for the Family Defence Appeal.
To attend next month’s meeting or help with a local campaign, please contact Brian on 07960 714931.