Last night saw around 200 patriots descend on a venue in Coventry to celebrate the launch of the BNP's 2009 European Roadshow Campaign. 1940's war time era was the theme of the evening (the tickets being replica ration vouchers), with a sing along of wartime songs and speeches from the Party Chairman Nick Griffin.
An extremely moving film from BNPtv showing the history of the British Isles and its indigenous people, and how the traitorous establishment is destroying everything our forefathers fought and died for, not a dry eye could be found in the room.
The message from the Party Chairman was that 2009 will indeed be the year of the BNP and that this is just the end of the beginning.
For too long the British National Party,its members and the British people as a whole have been vilified, mocked and downtrodden except, that is, when it comes to taxes.
The time of the British National Party is coming, the British people have had enough it is time our country was returned to its rightful owners.
The result for Greasley (Newthorpe and Giltbrook)ward is as follows.
The full result was: BROXTOWE COUNCIL Greasley (Giltbrook & Newthorpe) ward Penny Spenceley-Stevens (Con) 1125 Ed Jacobs (Lab) 600 Wayne Shelbourn (BNP) 301 Gwen Robb (Lib-Dem) 232 Keith Marriott (UKIP) 31 BNP Percentage: 13.1%
We are not too disappointed with the result, considering the adverse publicity the BNP has had locally in recent months. Our main objectives are the European elections in June in which to have an East Midlands MEP elected we require a 13% vote share in the region as a whole, which we achieved in Greasley alone, a well known Tory stronghold.
On a more positive note, during the campaign Broxtowe has received 33 membership enquiries (the total of the UKIP vote) which will be followed up with home visits with party literature. To turn these enquiries into new members and future activists will be a fantastic achievement.
We would like to congratulate Penny Spenceley-Stevens for becoming the new Conservative Councillor for the Greasley ward and wish her all the best in her new role.