The BNP died. Everyone mourned. Most have got over it. So why did the BNP die?
Survival and success limited to one field.
Self sabotage, crazy men and the state destroyed the BNP from within.
Just to declare where I am in these partisan times: I can’t actually join anything for the next few months, and if I could it would currently be Britain First.
When the establishment pinned down the entire BNP ideology to just one word “racism” (question time was just the crescendo of this), peoples’ lack of understanding of what it was all about weakened the base of support. When this was combined with a loss of council seats and only marginal gains in the general election this seriously jarred the party machine, which was then destroyed.
The average vote per seat went up, but not as much as the increase in turnout. Votes in top performing seats went down, while weak ones increased slightly, showing that the party was retreating into its core support.
Any new party must be part of a nationalist ecosystem.
When the BNP died, activity died with it. Now instead, imagine those that were falling out of politics landed in a safety net made up of charities, youth groups, churches, unions, commercial interest groups, news sites and multi-media outlets. A new political group would have re-organised quickly. These organisations would in the main attract people who were not political and would never have joined a party. These groups aren’t competition and create an environment where a party could more comfortably live.
While there are more of them than there are nationalists, The Black manifesto reports “There are between 15 and 17,000 BME voluntary and community organisations ... On average 10 volunteers on a weekly basis support each organisation.
If former members of the BNP came out and told everyone that anybody could be native British they would be lying, and nobody would believe they had changed their minds without seeing evidence. As we have seen, such a course is unproductive. Similarly, a half hearted effort means that nobody knows the party line, allowing the media to supply one. As the party grows and new members join, the resolve of the party to do right weakens. Before you know it you’ve gone and got some “tough sounding” politician like Thatcher elected and nothing changes on the ground.
This does not mean that a fully nationalist creed has to be racist. A new party should have a strong and fair ideology. They will inevitably be called racist but they should just brush it off saying that they are completely fair. They should believe in themselves, and what they say.
A party manifesto could look something like this:
Firstly we need to leave the EU to gain back control over our own borders, and put a stop to immigration.
Temporary workers were brought in, to the detriment of the little man, to supply cheap labour. 99.9% of them aren’t needed any more and can be sent home – home as in where they were born.
Muslims can’t integrate into British society. A separate peace treaty will be signed with the Muslim world that includes the removal of their British-born population from our country. Converts will simply choose – Britain or their religion.
Those of foreign descent will always be given generous help returning to their lands of ancestry. While some people may feel at home at Britain, we can’t expect everyone to do so, and some may feel a longing to return to where their ancestors came from. A return to their spiritual home should always be an option available to everyone not of British descent and a government of the ... party would never leave anyone stranded in Britain. Family reunification should always flow toward the country with a lower GDP per capita.
Obviously anyone of any ethnicity may join the party. With those of foreign descent that are comfortable in Britain, around British people, are being trampled over by the big politicians and their banker friends just as much as British people are. The British government needs to put Britain first. The other parties accuse us of loving Britain too much; we accuse them of selling Britain cheaply to foreign nations, of loving other people’s countries and hurting their own.
If you like British people, carry on living in Britain, if not then leave, because this is where British people live. This programme is all that is necessary for the British people to survive, and survival should be the goal of a new organisation, otherwise we would be getting ahead of ourselves. As can be seen, this manifesto is not based on race; there is no entry requirement saying you must grow a funny moustache to join.
Economics is now the focus of politics, not immigration, and a fully fledged anti-fractional reserve, anti-usury and anti-bank policy is going to be the major vote winner. Major disruption is coming to Britain as the West decays, now is not the time to advocate business as usual. A free speech and association policy is all that is needed to round off a minimal nationalist manifesto.
So where should BNPIdeas go from here? The only group that has yet to leave the funeral is BNPideas, as they seem temporarily homeless. If they feel unable to join the National People’s party, then only a new political party could be the home for the group.
Time is not on our side. They should announce a membership drive for the Brent group, which should reconvene in early March to start a new party, whatever their membership numbers, with a sound constitution and ideology. It’s not members that matter – it’s the number of activists. Target seats then need to be quickly selected, properly worked and canvassed. A properly worked seat, according to Eddy Butler, is “a full four sweep and three re-knock campaign with the added extras that [have] been developed such as a special mail merge for the postal voters and a full whip in with detailed telling.”
So is this the year of new success or another one of zombie politicians stalling hope?