'In an organiser’s bulletin sent out yesterday, the BNP said it “wishes to place on record that no communications of any sort are being sent by the party favouring one particular candidate over the others in relation to the nomination process for the leadership elections [sic]."'
The foregoing is an extract from an item posted on the British National Party's web site, http://www.bnp.org.uk/, today, entitled 'BNP Statement on Unsolicited Leadership Campaign Emails.'
IT IS FALSE AND MISLEADING! The unconstitutional and unlawful 'official', yellow, nomination form sent unsolicited to (supposedly) every party member with at least twenty-four months' continuous membership as at 1 July 2010, flagrantly and UNFAIRLY favours "...one particular candidate over the others in relation to the nomination process for the leadership elections". No prizes for guessing which "...particular candidate..." the yellow form favours, readers. That's right, one Nick Griffin - the only candidate whose name appears on the nomination form sent out by the party leadership, and the only candidate of the four seeking (yes, one SEEKS nominations, everywhere but on planet Griffin) nomination who does not even require a single nomination in order to contest the leadership election as a validly nominated candidate.
The threats of disciplinary action against members who support Eddy Butler's campaign by obtaining nominations on his behalf are unconstitutional and unlawful, and are rightly being disregarded by all those who understand the party constitution, and English and Scottish law.
Remember: "WE ARE BRITISH AND WE DON'T LIE DOWN TO BULLIES - EVER."