Friday, 26 November 2010
Another One Bites the Dust
Image - Griffin and Paul Morris. Fetch that banana for me, monkey boy.
Another BNP councillor bites the dust.
But hey, the good old BNP ship sails along with its crew of idiot officers, a mad captain Bligh and its hold filled with stolen gold from the members.
Now it appears that YET ANOTHER Paul Morris is now a press spokesman for the BNP. This is not the Green Maggot, but another Paul Morris entirely.
The idea that there exists two idiots in the BNP called Paul Morris, suggests that there is an inherited genetic problem in the Morris gene line that predetermines those of the Morris lineage to act as lickspittles of idiotic and incompetent crooks like Griffin.
Perhaps scientists may wish to undertake an investigation into this possible genetic factor in ' Griffinism' as it may reveal why the average Griffinite is such an idiot.
The barrel has been most definitely scraped with the Green Maggot given an official role in the party other than as an attack internet sock puppet, but then Captain Griffin Bligh did get Morris to threaten to publish the names of any nationalists who dared stand against Captain Bligh.
Paul Morris = The captains pet monkey.
( Just to confirm - the idiot Paul Morris who runs the Green Arrow site, is not the muppet Paul Morris that still works as the BNP press spokesman. Anyone who still has any official role in the BNP is either an idiot, a crook or a muppet )
Thurrock's only BNP councillor Emma Colgate resigns from party
2:54pm Thursday 25th November 2010
* By Melissa Hills »
THURROCK’s only British National Party (BNP) councillor has left the party saying it is “falling apart due to mismanagement”.
Emma Colgate, ward councillor for Tilbury Riverside and Thurrock Riverside did not formally announce her resignation, instead handing out her statement to the press before the full council meeting on Wednesday (November 24).
She said: “It has been a very tough decision for me to take and it is not one that has come lightly. I have been unhappy with the leadership of the BNP for some time and I feel the direction the current leadership are taking the party is not in the interest of the British public.
“I still stand true to all the core values of the party and believe it still has many good members and supporters but I feel I am no longer able to represent an organisation that is falling apart due to mismanagement.”
As the only BNP representative in Thurrock cllr Colgate has always been a controversial figure.
After losing out in the General Election cllr Colgate took a swipe at Labour’s candidate Carl Morris and said she “promised to bring him a cup of tea at the job centre on Monday morning”.
Cllr Colgate has been keeping a low profile and had not been seen at a council meeting since July this year.
She explained she did not feel it necessary to resign from her seat because she “represents the same values and policies” that she was elected under and it would cause “financial burden to Thurrock residents” if a by-election had to be called.
She added: “My decision is purely based on administrative procedures and management incompetence and if the current leadership changes hands in the near future I would be more than happy to return as a BNP councillor/ candidate.”
Paul Morris, BNP spokesman for the Eastern region said: "I have not spoken to Emma personally about her reasons for resigning as a personal councillor.
"I do not think it right for a councillor to stand down for personal reasons, Emma was elected as a British National Party member to represent the party. I don't think internal reasons should play a part when you are a councillor.
"Many people were upset internally when Emma gave her vote for Labour councillor John Kent, that call had lots of people annoyed and she lost a lot of support locally."