The decision of Chris Jackson and Mike Easter to join the NF is a welcome move.
At the moment the NF is led by Eddie Morrison, a man not motivated by wanting the best for the nationalist movement or the NF but a man motivated mainly by spite against the BNP and hatred for past fall outs with BNP officials.
When Morrison is 'retired' as the de facto leader of the NF and replaced by Chris Jackson ( after the unlawful forcing out of Tom Holmes who resigned yesterday ) which will be in about a week or so's time, we can hope that with Morrison out of the way that Chris Jackson is half the leader he thinks he is.
If he is half the leader he thinks he is, then the first thing he will do is demand that there will be no 'head to head' election battles with the BNP once he runs the NF.
If the NF decided under Jackson that they intend to enter elections, then he needs to demonstrate leadership and demand they do not do so in order to split the nationalist vote.
I am sure that the NF would not wish to split the nationalist vote, for if it was demonstrated that the intent behind recent events within the NF in relation to the Morrison cabal seizing control of the party was simply to ensure the NF can be used as a vehicle to undermine the BNP vote in forthcoming elections, that this misuse of the NF for such a purpose would not be looked upon kindly.
The leaving of Jackson and Easter is not unexpected, they are principled nationalists from an era when British Nationalism did not have to comprimise in order to survive.
In the political environment we exist within today, then those who put principle before pragmatism do not survive upon the battlefield.
Our aim is to survive, to evolve and to fight on, until such a time that victory is possible.
British Nationalism during the present time period cannot win a political struggle.
Therefore the aim of British Nationalists is to survive until such time as the political environment changes.
The BNP as a mainstream British Nationalist party is positioned politically in the mainstream of the European Nationalist movement as well as the British Nationalist movement, and the BNP are a party whose contacts and affiliations are Europe wide as being members of the European Nationalist Block.
By being within the EU this means we as a political party have responsibilities that also transcend the national level.
We are not just a British Nationalist party, we are also part of a fledgling European Brotherhood of sovereign nation states dedicated to the mutual defence of our European national cultures and European peoples.
As part of this EU block we work to form a Pan-European Network of Nationalist political parties whose powers can be pooled together in mutual defence - the living embodiment of the European ideal itself.
A Europe of Nations, not a Nation of Europe.
The alliances we have forged in Europe are the shield for our peoples future defence.
Out of the bloody carnage of the 20th century Brothers Wars which almost destroyed our people and continent, we must now arise anew and form a new nexus and a new idealism around which we can gather and unite.
European brotherhood is such an ideal, and the work the BNP does today in Europe is the basis of alliances for the future.
Therefore politics is merely one aspect of the many different struggles we must fight at the same time.
The BNP has the primary political struggle to fight in Britain, whilst the NF has a different struggle to commence.
Instead of seeking to expand as a political party, the NF needs to adopt a nationalist community building agenda and an active street presence.
If Chris Jackson can harness the energy of the NF and direct it into building a musical network, a community network, an educational network and a prison outreach programme for white prisoners in British jails and also build a powerful street presence for the NF around the country, then all the good for us in the BNP.
The Fare Left and the UAF have had the upper hand on the streets for far too long.
Having the EDL and the NF keep the UAF busy with active street presences will ensure they do not bother with the BNP as much.
The movement of UKIP into 'racist territory' with its attack on Islam will also require money, time, attention and action from the UAF also diminishing the capacity to target the BNP.
The Reform Group are sincere nationalists and if they do what is required then they could make a real difference to nationalism in this country.
The more nationalist groups that operate in the UK, then the less attention the BNP generates.
I just hope they dont use their leaving as an excuse to attack the party or its leader or officials or members.
They should just walk away and keep their criticisms to themselves.
If they are decent nationalists then they will put the interests of the nationalist movement first and just get on with proving to us all just how talented, efficient and leadership material they are by how much they improve the NF.
If they sit on Stormfront all the time bitching, pissing and whining about the BNP with the rest of the keyboard warriors that infest that site, like Tom Lindon and the NF cabal on their at the moment, then they will have proved themselves unsuitable for leadership.
The talented do not need to attack their peers, they demonstrate their credentials with successes.
Those that spend all their time bitching about the BNP, and who have demonstrated no sizeable rise in the level of electoral support of their party nor any organisational improvement of the organisations since they have joined, such as Tom Linden and Eddy Morrison since they joined the NF, should just shut up and get on with the job of promoting their particular organisation.
Those who rise above factions, prove their superior leadership skills.
Best of luck to Mike and Chris in the NF.