The BNP now has various options facing it.
The first is that it continues as it is.
That means the cult members ignore the allegations of sexual assault against Dowson, the allegations of theft, fraud and financial mismanagement are ignored and the party continues as a cult around Griffin.
The public image of the party has been destroyed, the fact that the allegations of sexual abuse have been ignored are used to destroy the parties credibility in election after election (no-one will vote for a party led by perverts who are protected by Griffin) and it staggers on drawing in 2-3 % in local elections until finally Richard Barnbrook is voted out of the GLA, our sitting councillors are wiped away and eventually both Griffin and Brons are voted out.
This is the Griffin Option.
Griffin has stated many times in the past that he is not the man to lead the party forward into the future.
His statement that he will stay on for four years was designed solely to allow him to financially feather his own retirement nest.
He is an albatross around the neck of the party, whose endless gaffes have devastated our party image, our internal skills base (by him purging people or good people being sickened by his actions and leaving) and damaged our ability to reach out to the masses.
The senior officers in the party are obviously either self serving minions or who are on the payroll, as if they truly cared about the party and its Nationalist principles then they would demand the following ;
1) An independent internal investigation into all the allegations
2) A Reconciliation Committee be set up to allow people to air their greivances and allow the party to go forward
3) internal changes to protect party officers and employed officers of the party from un lawful dismissal in order to financially protect the party
4) internal changes to protect members from unawful suspensions.
These are the bare minimum of what is required.
But even these are too much for Griffin and his cabal of foot lickers and idiot sycophants that surround him.
The BNP vote has fallen to a new low over recent months.
The party is bankrupt and its skill base so damaged by purges and resignations, that Griffin has now appointed himself the London Organiser as well as being an MEP and Chairman of the party.
Even though he spends half his time in Brussels and half his time in Wales - he now thinks he can be the London Organiser as well.
The man is truly delusional.
The vote we are achieving now is pathetic.
But that will get worse, as the internal skills base of the party comprised of our most dedicated, talented and hard working activists have just been purged by Griffin.
In relation to internal skills, the party is now back to around 1995.
We as a Nationalist movement do not have another twenty years to win the struggle, nor do we have four more years to wait until Griffin retires.
In four years time the nationalist movement under Griffin will have been destroyed.
Whilst the British people are angrier than ever, they have en masse rejected the BNP as the vehicle for their political greivances.
That is because they despise Griffin.
Unlike the inner cult members of the BNP, they see him for what he is.
The ONLY people that sustain Griffin's position are the morons in the party that still believe the asinine party propaganda put out by Griffins supporters.
They are as much a liability as Griffin, for without their support then Griffin would be forced to resign.
Now if Griffin does resign who should lead the BNP ?
I personally believe that the 'Cult of Personality' that is a feature of British Nationalism, and a relic from its days of Mosley and Tyndall, is as dangerous to our future political development as Griffin is.
Frankly it is embarrasing that intelligent Nationalists feel they have to fawn over and flatter little men with big ego's.
It makes the party over centralised and infantile, and leads to senior officers having to arse lick 'the leader' to get their jobs done.
The BNP does not need a a new leader, it needs a whole new leadership.
The BNP must reform on the following model in order to advance ;
A) The role of the Chairman of the party must be scrapped. In its place comes a party President whose sole power is to cast the deciding vote in any Executive Council meeting if the vote it tied. The Presidents role will be to ensure good order at meetings, to follow procedure at meetings and to ensure accountability from officers delegated responsibilities by the Executive Council.
2) The Executive Council of the party will be comprised of senior party officers with a vote. They then vote on proposals put forward by officers and members. No decision is taken in the party as regards business decisions, staff appointments, disciplinary actions, staff sackings etc etc unless the issue is first debated and voted on.
3) Regional Organisers are appointed by their local members by a majority vote. That way the best people locally get the job, as opposed to Griffins placemen being given roles they are not suitable for - such as when Griffin appoints himself the new London organiser.
Candidates put themselves forward and are voted in by the members who know them and who work with them, and this ensures the most dedicated and skilled activists are appointed, not Griffin stooges.
4) All officials of the party must be appointed solely on the grounds of long standing loyalty and service to the party, competence in their roles and integrity in their personal character.
The BNP is a pathetic over centralised relic of the Cold War.
Griffin appoints people not on the basis of talent or loyalty to the party, its members or British Nationalist principles but solely on the basis of their loyalty to him.
This has meant the party is run by over paid incompetents whose only talent is arse licking Griffin.
We must never again have a party run as a cult around one person.
The BNP is a dinosaur of a party, both in relation to its functions and form.
However much Griffin and his cronies talk about 'modernisation and professionalism' the party will always still be lumbered with Griffin, his idiotic constitution and over centralised around him.
The idiot at the top appoints other idiots who then do an incompetent and idiotic job for the party.
When the party talks about 'modernisation and proffessionalism' it must start with ;
1) Removing the position as Chairman. Whoever is Chairman has too much power, too little accountability and too much of a public profile. The post of Chairman is a total liability for the party, as we have seen with Griffins regular abuses of power over the years.
The present power of the chairman under Griffins constitution is a dictator.
He can do as he wants when he wants, as we have all seen time after time.
That is not the constitution of a democratic political party, it is the constitution of dictatorship and one that I would argue is inherently unlawful as regards the parties role in a democracy.
A new constitution must be drafted to protect the members, to protect employees of the party and to protect officers of the party.
2) Appointing people into the Executive Council on the basis of a proven track record of loyalty to the party.
Those on the Executive Council are appointed by the members on the basis of their skills, wisdom, loyalty, personal integrity and honesty.
The party members should be able to vote for the ten officers that sit on the Executive Council.
They stand for election as officers of the EC and are voted in by the members.
They must promise to serve only the interests of the party in their roles and also to protect the rights of members and to act only in regard to the interests of British Nationalism.
Those individual EC officers can be removed only by a majority vote of the EC or by a vote from the members expressing no confidence in them.
The Executive Council role is to appoint party officers on two criteria - their qualifications and loyalty to the party.
The Executive Council will appoint say a Party Business Officer.
They will ensure they are investigated, their qualifications checked and their business credentials verified.
They will then order an outside employment lawyer to draft up their contract.
They will also be made to sign a formal legal agreement as regards their duties to the party. They will be made to join the party and agree to bound by internal party disciplinary procedures such as in the event they molest a female BNP member and need to be expelled for doing so.
If the qualification check is passed as correct, they join the party and agree to be bound by the party internal disciplinary procedures and they also sign their contract- then these documents will then be passed to the Executive Council to vote on.
If the vote is a majority one it is passed and they are appointed and tasked by the EC to do their job.
Then every couple of months they will attend an EC meeting with a report on what they have been doing.
In the meantime the EC communicate on a daily basis with each other as regards internal party performance and activities.
The EC will read this evaluation report and then debate amongst themselves on their performance as an appointed officer.
If they are happy with the work they are doing, then they sign them off for a further period.
If there any problems then either the EC can investigate as a group or appoint an investigating officer to find out any potential issues.
If the issues are serious the EC can vote for sacking, expulsion from the party or an investigation to be undertaken by the parties properly appointed and trained Internal Affairs Unit who are tasked to investigate such issues.
Then the parties properly constituted and trained Disciplinary Panel will be tasked by the EC to follow the existing legal case law and party constitutional procedures and suspend them prior to a full disciplinary hearing.
At every level of the party nepotism, corruption, secrecy and abuse of power must be reined in and prevented.
The more the party is open and accountable to scrutiny from its senior officers then the safer the party and the members are from abuses of power by officers who are accountable only to Griffin for their actions.
At the moment one person does the hiring, one person decides they are doing a good job and one person fires them.
That is Griffin.
And that is a monstrous and truly pathetic conflict of interest.
No organisation, let alone a political party, can be run like that.
Without internal structures and accountability - then abuses of power are able to occur as we have seen time after time.
At the same time as the party reforms internally, the parties internal training skills must be ramped up.
Many good people who have left the BNP would rejoin if Griffin and Dowson resigned.
Their skills would be able to be then utilised again.
Rather than the party relying for its entire public image on one man, the party will become a localised movement that concentrates on community activism and community building.
I have spent the last year designing for the party a revolutionary Political Activism, Community Activism and Community Building Model.
I was planning to run this out for the party, and I note that Griffin is still going to try and peddle some of my ideas as part of his Civil Rights Group.
Griffin is clueless on what is required.
I have fed him the bare bones of the Model, but he has has no idea how to run it, integrate it or ensure it functions as a model.
His 'idea' for a Civil Rights Group is simply intellectual plagiarism from yours truly.
He will cock it up as he always does and appoint people with the wrong ideas, the wrong skills with the wrong tactics following the wrong strategy.
He will run it as a money making scam, rather than what is required.
Griffin is intellectually vapid.
All he does is steal the credit for other peoples ideas - such as Solidarity which I thought up, set up and got running and also the Civil Liberty group which I thought up and set up and got running.
I know Griffin better than virtually any other party officer apart from Simon darby and Dowson, and they know he doesnt have good ideas.
He just steals them and then tries to pretend they are his.
All you get with Griffin is always negative.