I have just been reading the transcript of a conversation between the captain of the wrecked liner, the Costa Concordia and the Italian coastguard in which the coastguard officer orders Captain Francesco Schettino to do his duty and return to his stricken ship and help coordinate the rescue of passengers still on-board.
Coastguard: "Listen, Schettino. There are people trapped onboard. Now, you go with your lifeboat. Under the bow of the ship, on the right side, there is a ladder. You climb on that ladder and go onboard the ship and get back to me and tell me how many people are there. Is that clear? I am recording this conversation, Captain Schettino."
Schettino, in the taped conversation prevaricates whilst those he is charged with looking after die - he sits in safety with the ships 2nd in command sat next to him. The coastguard speaker goes on:
"Then both of you go! Both of you!........You and your second-in-command get onboard now! Is that clear".
Well fear is a terrible thing and no doubt in time, both the Captain of the vessel and his 2nd in command will curse their cowardice and wish they could turn back time and have done their duty like men.
Better for them to have gone down with their ship then live with the everlasting shame that will now follow them.
So what has this got to do with Andrew Brons and Arthur Kemp?
There is no comparison you say. There is no danger of either of those two leaders of the BNP Ideas site drowning but there is a very serious danger that both those nationalists are going to be equally shamed in the eyes of British Nationalists unless they return and do their duty.
The BNP Ideas site, despite my criticism of their ideas for the way forward was still a beacon of hope for Patriots with its excellent articles and the platform it provided for nationalists to debate and try and find a way out of this mess was at least something.
Now BNP Ideas is floundering with not even a statement to those who listened to them. Those readers of the site have been deserted, just like the passengers on the lost liner and both the Captain and 2nd in command appear to have deserted their posts.
I say this now to both those gentlemen. Get back on-board and fight or be cursed as cowards for ever. If you cannot do that, then at least have the decency to publish a statement announcing why you have deserted your posts.
I swear to you - and know that my Deputy Editor, the Corsham Crusader supports me fully when I say:
This site will never desert you and will always strive to bring you the truth. Only death or imprisonment will make us leave our posts.
If you are a writer then send your articles in, because at this moment in time, the British Resistance is the only game in town and it is damned hard work for just two men.