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Saturday, 9 July 2011

Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive!

BNP Head Office Caught Out Fabricating Comments on Party Website

Posted by admin, on 9 July, 2011, to Andrew Brons' BNP Ideas web site

The depths to which the BNP Head Office have sunk in their illegal interference in the party’s leadership election have been thoroughly exposed by some excellent detective work by honest nationalists in the South West of England.

In an entry on the Southwest Nationalists blog today, the disgusting tactics of the BNP Head Office are laid bare with a screen grab which shows precisely how certain staff members – and at least one of them not even a party member – went about fabricating the wave of outrageous lies and smears against Andrew Brons MEP.

The Southwest Nationalists wrote: “Today has seen some oddities with comments appearing on the BNP main site.

“I’ve no opinion to offer on whether comments should have been allowed or not, but the article in question is the candidate statements issued by the 2 leadership contenders Nick Griffin and Andrew Brons.

“Here’s a screen grab, click to enlarge – it seems that some of these are getting removed from site as I write. But, someone had to approve them in the first place.

“Notice the different posters, exactly the same comments? Word for word, posted in replies to other comments.

 “Cut and paste job using different accounts, some sort of error with Disqus, something automated or a random spambot? It’s interesting at least considering how heated this is all getting.

“Worth noting too that the 3 accounts ‘duping’ on the screen grab – SunshinePacket, RegVardy and DownJoes seem only to have signed up to post repeatedly on just this particular story. They’ve been very active there, all with a common – and often word for word – opinion.

(“Reg Vardy” is a well-known pseudonym used by Patrick Harrington on other forums. It is also no coincidence that the article in the Identity magazine to which the comments illustrated above refer, were written by Mr Harrington, although he put his wife’s name to the publish piece).

As the Southwest Nationalists blog continued: “There are probably more ‘oddities’ in the comments on that story, but those screamed out from the first page of comments I happened to land on. Certainly at a quick look through there appears to be more names involved.

“Copies of profiles/pages from Disqus saved in case they vanish/in the hope of shedding some further light on it all.”

This is but one example of the type of tactics which have been employed in this leadership campaign, and which have filled all ethical, decent and honest nationalists with disgust.

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