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Who would be Peter Mullins, Mick Simpkins or James Whittall today? Not me, that's for sure.
What, oh you do not know who these people are? Then again, why should you know them, they are losers and malcontents who left the British National Party to go and form the British Freedom Party, that is now better known as the Pepsi Cola Party, after they started using a similar logo.
So why would I not want to be in their shoes? Well I guess it is because of the revelations and emails that the egomaniac Danny Lake has been posting over on his blog.
First a quick reminder or introduction to who Danny Lake is. He was a British National Party member who was expelled several years ago and who has carried a grudge ever since. Well he rushed to the British Freedom Party and was appointed the Wiltshire Chairman of that party, although the Pepsi Party leadership now appear to be saying this was never the case. Tell you what we will leave the real dirt until last shall we?
As you can see from the image above, the former British National Party councillor and turncoat, Mick Simpkins, the BFP's National Nominating Officer clearly shows that Lake had been appointed as the Wiltshire chairman. Now if you were to go to their site, which I will not link to, you will see that the post above has been deleted. Gotta be quicker than that Mick. We screen shot and record everything.
Now to be honest, Danny Lake is no loss to the British Freedom Party, the guy is a drug taker whose family are involved with the UAF and the fact that he recently posted an article on the Hypocrisy Forum celebrating the death of an 82 year old British National Party lady supporter as being one less Griffinite.
That post must have had the few decent members of the Pepsi Party wondering what sort of evil creature they had allowed to join their organisation. This creature even had the temerity to contact me and say he would be prepared to write for our site. I sent the little worm off with a flea in his ear.
But of course Lake was doomed the moment he started to cross swords with an even bigger megalomaniac than himself, the foul mouthed, lying thug Lee John Barnes, who has still not taken up my numerous public challenges to show evidence about the lies he has posted about me personally. No that is who finished Lake, just as Barnes has driven away other members of the BFP, some of them, not many, decent people.
Now just in case Danny Lake comes out of his drug induced sleep and decides to remove his article, here below is a copy of the information he posted.......Take it away Danny.
I write now to inform you of my resignation as the Wiltshire Chairman of British Freedom. My decision was based on several things but before I continue it has been stated by Party Chairman, Peter Mullins, that I was never the Wiltshire Chairman in the first place. Personally, I suspect that this claim has been made in order to prevent any fallout, but in any event, several Email that prove my appointment as Wiltshire Chairman, as well as confirming my concerns over the appointment of Lee Barnes as Policy Officer, have been republished below.
British Freedom Email 1 (This Email confirms my appointment as Wiltshire Chairman)
British Freedom Email 2 (This details the level of Lee Barnes involvement as well as my concerns about this. Also includes Pete's suggestion that he recommend me personally for a position on the Executive Council)
British Freedom Email 3 (look at James' suggested change. He names me as Wiltshire Chairman)
Naturally, should anybody wish to verify the validity of these email I will be only too happy to forward them on.
Upon British Freedom launch there was understandably much excitement at what was a potentially up and coming party. However, following the resignations of several much respected, key party officials, questions have begun to arise as to the nature of those involving themselves in British Freedom. Lee Barnes has been quoted as being the reason for several of these resignations and naturally, people are now beginning to question the decisions and motives of the Party Chairman.
Initially, my concerns began after speaking to Peter Mullins on the phone, a phone call in which he informed me off the Party's choice to lend support to violent extremism by attempting to provide political direction for the English Defence League (I was told Simon Bennett is behind this). At the time I voiced my concerns, but at Pete's request (he also informed me I was one of only six people who know of this) I let it slide in the hope that nothing would come of it.
Several weeks later I received an email from Pete questioning the fact that I smoke cannabis. Now whilst this is something that I have never bothered to hide as my argument for legalisation and regulation is quite clear (I am after all NOT a hypocrite...unlike Party Chairman Peter Mullins...and this was known long before my appointment as Wiltshire Chairman) I came to a conclusion I had long suspected anyway. That the political process itself offers no more solutions and that it is time maybe for me to concentrate on doing that which I am not only better at, but what is better for the cause itself.
I am at this point going to make no further statement about my plans for the future. But needless to say, an announcement will be made in due course.
Posted by Danny Lake at 20:29 0 comments
British Freedom Email 3
Posted by Danny Lake at 19:52 0 comments
British Freedom Email 2
Sent: 20 December 2010 17:03
To: Peter Mullins
Subject: Policy development
No problem at all. However, I do have one very serious concern in that Lee Bares acts alone in the development/advising of policy.
Is there any chance I could also get involved in this side of things (personally, I would suggest putting a panel of people in charge of policy) as by viewing LB's website I can't help but feel that what he lacks, I can make up for. In particular issues surrounding Islamism, Middle Eastern and Central Asian instability, education, civil liberties, economic and industrial policy...I could go on all day.
In fact, having viewed Lee's attempts at explaining cultural Nationalism I would even go as far to say that he lacks a certain amount of understanding and is making the mistake of falling into a BNP style approach as his attempts to translate the philosophy into a set of viable political solutions is more successful in defining the problems at the expense of the much needed political solutions.
Needless to say, it is very important that British Freedom doesn't become a mouthpiece for one mans views and not only that, but given Lee's tendency to come across as angry, aggressive, negative and cranky it is vitally important that British Freedom doesn't risk becoming a perceivably angry, aggressive, negative and cranky organisation. After all, negativity only ever succeeds in pissing people off and if British Freedom is to be a success then we need to make a real and valid attempt at establishing ourselves as a positive, modern and electorally viable organisation.
Needless to say, I can't help but feel very positive about British Freedoms future. But LB makes me nervous and I have to say that I think he is somebody who would very much benefit from a little tempering lest his overtly negative approach to politics create problems in the future.
All the Best,
--- On Mon, 20/12/10, Peter Mullins wrote:
Posted by Danny Lake at 19:40 0 comments
British Freedom Email 1
RE: Regional Chairman
Friday, 17 December, 2010 18:36
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Forget what I said about Roger being our regional organiser/chairman.. He actually meant county organiser for Devon, Somerset and Bristol. So you’re on your own, probably better that way.
Sent: 11 December 2010 16:44
To: Michael Simpkins
Subject: Re: Regional Chairman
Received and understood. Will get back to you once I have spoken to Swindon.
--- On Sat, 11/12/10, Michael Simpkins wrote:
Thank you Danny. So there you have it. What a sorry tale for the Pepsi Party but there is something in that last email from the turncoat Simpkins and it may well cost him dearly. He lets out the fact that he is using the British National Party's membership list and then compounds this criminal act by saying that he intends to use the Bring Our Boys Home addresses gathered by the British National Party. Again clearly illegal and something I am sure the BNP will be looking into. This could well cost you your home and business Mick.
Finally a message to the insane thug who has warned me not to post any more articles on Lee Barnes or else. Off you go mate, do your worse and I look forward to seeing you put in a straight jacket and then locked up for a very long time.
More entertaining articles on the antics of the Pepsi Cola Party. Just follow the links in the article below.
British Freedom Party now endorsed by Searchlight and the BBC
There will be a debate on the British Freedom Party this evening in the British Resistance Paltalk Room starting at 1900hrs 6 January where other information may or may not be revealed.