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article imageFormer BNP MEP Andrew Brons: New party to be formed

By Richard Milnes     Nov 3, 2012 in Politics
After considering himself constructively dismissed from the BNP, the prominent and respected nationalist, Andrew Brons MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber Region, looks set to form a new political party.
About two weeks ago Digital Journal reported the departure of Andrew Brons MEP from the British National Party. It has now been announced that a new party is in the process of being formed.
New Party
On 1 November, a statement from Kevin Scott, Secretary to the Steering Committee, appearing on the Nationalist Unity Forum website, announces “We have come to the conclusion that a new party will have to be formed – a successor to, but not a clone of, the British National Party.”
It goes on to say, “We have resolved to form a new party – a successor to the British National Party but with inner party democracy, financial transparency and a culture that values debate and differences of opinion.”
Nationalist Unity Forum
The Nationalist Unity Forum was previously ‘BNP Ideas’. It was set up originally as a direction point to Andrew Brons’ MEP website, after the link was removed from the BNP website in April 2011.
However, it developed into a point of unification. The ‘About’ section of the website states. “Our task would be to act as a catalyst for reunification by organising events that would bring BNP refugees clinging to other parties back in contact with each other.”
“This website encourages all genuine nationalists to submit articles for publication.” Indeed it has hosted articles by Paul Weston, Chairman of British Freedom and Veteran Nationalist Richard Edmonds of the National Front.
Current patriotic/nationalist parties
There could be said to be currently six main parties, as follows:
• British Freedom Party (inc EDL)
• English Democrats
• Britain First
• British National Party
• National Front
The new party has not yet been named, but will bring the total to seven.
The ethnic cleansing of Great Britain
According to a report in The Telegraph, based upon government Office for National Statistic figures, the British will be a minority in their own country by 2066 (just over fifty years from now). Although it quotes Professor Coleman of Oxford University as saying that this milestone “would be passed much earlier in younger age groups." He also states that it would "represent an enormous change to national identity – cultural, political, economic and religious".
Therefore, there is a sense of urgency within the right of British politics to achieve electoral success, in order to take action on the out of control immigration tsunami before it is too late.
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