Wednesday, 12 December 2007

The best BNP publicity material ever produced


This is 'The Londoner' leaflet that is currently being distributed across the capital. It is receiving an excellent response with enquiries and new members from London at the highest level in the history of the British National Party.

I spoke at length with London BNP organiser Nick Eriksen, last night and he is very bullish about the BNP's chances of gaining two seats on the GLA in May. Nick's view was supported by the Conservative's London Mayor candidate Boris Johnson, who was warning of the funding and influence that two BNP GLA representatives would have. Nick does the excellent London BNP website which helps get our message over specifically to Londoners. It is well worth a visit and can be found from a link on the BNP's new website.

The Londoner leaflet is another example of the professional election material coming from the BNP's Publicity Department headed by Mark Collett. The leaflets now being produced by the Party are the best ever produced by a British nationalist party and are proving hugely successful - as our record membership proves. All this is down to the work of one man - Mark Collett. Now he might not win a popularity contest amongst his colleagues but that doesn't bother me one iota. Mark is in the team to produce the Party's propaganda and he is doing a superb job.

The media just loves the BNP ballerina Simone Clarke. Yesterday another report appeared on her, this time in the The Times. Reporter Helen Rose informs her readers that . . .

"Simone Clarke was born in Leeds, the daughter of a maths teacher and a secretary. Educated first at the local Catholic school, at the age of 10 she beat 4,500 others to win one of 23 places at the Royal Ballet School in London. In 1988, after a stint at Birmingham Royal Ballet, she joined English National Ballet, and rose seamlessly through the ranks to become senior soloist in 2000 and principal dancer in 2004. Her stellar CV is every little girl’s dream: Juliet in Romeo and Juliet, Aurora in The Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella and the Sugar Plum Fairy. Her career high-light, she has said, was a guest appearance in China as Odette/Odile in Swan Lake.

"When a newspaper “outed” her as a BNP member in 2005 there were calls from some quarters for her to be sacked, and vocal protests at one of her performances. But then, as one observer pointed out, the BNP might be distasteful, but it is a legal organisation.

“Last year a newspaper ‘exposed’ my BNP membership,” Clarke is reported as saying on the Solidarity website. “Some politically motivated malcontents tried to have me sacked, hence my interest in a British workers’ union.”

"Now 37 and expected to retire soon, Simone Clarke will dance this week in the Snow Queen at the London Coliseum. “I will be known as the BNP ballerina,” she has said. “I think that will stick with me for life. But I don’t regret anything. I will stay a member.”

What a great asset Simone is for the Party and what a help she will be for our GLA campaign next year. I hope she takes the highest profile because Simone is a real vote winner.

Allerdale BNP organiser Paul Stafford, was on the telephone again yesterday enthusing over Sunday's Colin Auty concert in Maryport. Paul says it was the biggest ever BNP gathering in Cumbria and what delighted him most was that it was openly advertised in Maryport as a BNP function and there's wasn't a sniff of opposition or any problems for the whole afternoon. Needless to say the landlord and his good lady were delighted and donated the superb buffet provided for the event. Paul would like to have Colin up again soon, this time for a concert in Workington where the venue can accommodate double Sunday's audience.

There's an important North West regional meeting tonight and I know our officials from Cumbria will be travelling down. It seems hard to believe that Christmas is just two weeks away with so much political activity going on. With the Members' Bulletin now being delivered, the phones didn't stop ringing yesterday. I'm also delighted to report that the December issue of Freedom has been very well received. I must admit that initially I didn't want to do one as I always believe people have other things on their mind in December, but now I'm glad I did and it's especially rewarding to get such a positive feedback. Hopefully the online version of the newspaper will be linked on the website today.

Make sure you listen to the Colin Auty and Joey Smith Christmas record - you can download it from the BNP website - it's a corker and a must have for any Christmas party.

1 comment:

redandwhite said...

I must say, the leaflet looks great.