The release of information that reveals that Nick Griffin was the one of the most hard working MEP's in the North of England proves two things ;
1) That Griffin should concentrate on being an MEP as he appears to be good at the role
2) That by spending all the time he has done in Europe instead of giving due attention to the BNP in Britain, that the present problems in the party prove that he has taken his eye off the ball in relation to what the BNP needs.
I asked Griffin in my resignation e mail to stand down as BNP leader and concentrate on his role as an MEP, as by doing so he will stand a good chance of being elected again and at the same time allow the party to rebrand itself and appeal to a far wider percentage of the population.
The party and activists who got him elected as an MEP and his constituents all deserve an MEP who dedicates themselves fully to the role.
Instead he appointed himself London Organiser as well as Chairman and MEP and now runs the BNP, oversees London as its organiser and also acts as an MEP.
That is simpy arrogance.
The ongoing collapse of the BNP has been caused by Griffin being too greedy with power and centralising power around himself, or around his incompetent lackeys whose positions are based solely on them being his trusted acolytes, not any merit.
If Griffin had an ounce of humility, instead of the tonnes of arrogance he lugs around with him, he would realise that each of those roles he has assumed for himself demands full time attention, not part time attention.
If Griffin resigned as chairman, held the investigations required into the financial allegations and Shelley Rose and other disturbing allegations concerning other female BNP members, re-appointed the unlawfully suspended BNP activists and officers and concentrated on his role as an MEP full time - then I would be delighted.
Instead he continues to act as the arrogant dictator, expelling and suspending anyone who dares offer him any common sense - and thereby proving to everyone his unsuitability to remain as the BNP chairman.