|Oppostion rattled by BNP recovery
“BNP ‘back on track’ after bequests boost far-right warchest” was the headline from politics.co.uk while the Times headline reported “BNP donation boost as former Tube worker leaves £200,000 in will”.
These were just two reactions from the media to the news that a series of bequests helped the British National Party’s reported donations jump by 730% in 2012.
Statistics released by the Electoral Commission revealed the BNP received £265,987 in donations in 2012, compared to just £32,000 in 2011.
In black and white it confirmed what the Party has been saying for some time: our finances are under prudent, professional control and we have the reserves to fight a long war for electoral, social and political victory.
The figures reveal that Albert Stanmore left £200,000 to the party, received in two separate donations in 2012, while further bequests of £35,000 from Brian Mincherton and £28,736.97 from Edward Hart were also received.
As Treasurer of the BNP, I took the decision to promote legacies to the Party in publications, on our website and at private meetings with those who expressed interest.
This sensitive but vital work goes on quietly in the background all the time.
People who are disgusted at the attacks on our identity, the corruption of our political ‘elite’ and social injustice are determined to make a difference by giving the BNP the tools it needs to fight the long war ahead.
Those anti-British hopefuls who bleated that we were “finished” and “on the brink of bankruptcy” are now eating their words – and how bitter they must taste!
Needless to say, reports of our demise were greatly exaggerated!
The British National Party is here to stay and here to fight!
We stand strong because the problems we exist to solve still threaten our way of life. The reasons you joined us, attend events, vote and donate remain.
And make no mistake, those problems are getting worse. Never was a strong British National Party more needed than today!
We are fighting elections this May up and down the country.
It’s great that we have legacies and larger donations to bolster our activists and candidates but smaller donations matter too.
We depend on ordinary peopl