Nick Griffin condemns BNP “dictatorship”: calls for leadership election

Former BNP chairman Nick Griffin has warned that the party is heading for disaster under the new leadership of Adam Walker, who succeeded him less than seven weeks ago.  In an interview with the long serving BNP radio host Lynne Mozar (click here to read full transcript) Griffin called for an Emergency General Meeting to “save the British National Party”.

“We don’t appear to have a leadership, we have a dictatorship,” Griffin complained.  “If you don’t agree, you don’t toe the line, you’re immediately out.”

“This really is a crisis which threatens the very existence of the British National Party, and certainly is destroying its claim to be a democratic party that listens to its members.”

“I don’t want the job of leader back, I think that what’s needed is an immediate leadership election where Adam Walker can stand if he wants.  But other people should throw their hats in the ring, and again let the members decide.”

Heritage and Destiny understands that former Stoke councillor Michael Coleman is preparing a leadership challenge, and is likely to be backed by many Griffinites as well as by ideological hardliners in the party, including many London-based activists.

Former Stoke councillor Michael Coleman is a likely challenger to Adam Walker for the BNP leadership after ex-chairman Nick Griffin denounced the “crisis” in the party.

 

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