Wednesday, 30 April 2008

AWAITING TOMORROW WITH OPTIMISM

Well that's it! We're in the hands of the voters now. We've tried our best.
Thanks to all who have helped our effort especially Anita, John and Bob without whom we would not have accomplished so much.
The response at the doors has been positive without the "screamers" (idiots who think abuse and ranting a substitute for reasonable discussion) bothering us.
Things have changed over the past 5 years and peoples attitudes to us have been much more friendly than previously as we become more mainstream and well known.
We of course have the usual hatchet jobs in the press and difficulties in advertising but this demonstrates the establishment and big business becoming more concerned about our progress, and nothing of note has been revealed. I regard their destructive tactics as a sign of their desperation and a compliment.
Compare that with the corruption incompetence and sleaze of the other parties and it could be said that we are whiter than white (no pun intended).
We are seen as representing a valid point of view and our concerns over the way the country is being destroyed is striking a chord with many people who have to suffer the consequences, unprotected by the ever more powerful state.
People have seen our policies and increasing numbers are realising that things will only get worse unless they are adopted.
BUT AGREEING WITH US IS NO GOOD IF THEY DO NOT VOTE.

So I ask all BNP supporters to VOTE tomorrow.

We may not win but an increased share will demonstrate our progress and frighten the corrupt people running this council and government and will further the salvation of our country.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL OUR FRIENDS ALL OVER THE COUNTRY.

5 comments:

Leigh, Lancashire Nationalist said...

Morgan, tomorrow we shall take another step forward! Slowly but surely we are on course for victory and the effort that you and Charles attribute to our cause is very much appreciated. I only studied mainly at the university of life, yet I have found myself amongst pioneers of intellect and conmmon sense and it's a god send.

Thank you!

Good luck to all involved tomorrow/today.

Leigh, Lancashire Nationalist said...

Sorry about the typo! A little bit anxious?

Sir Henry Morgan said...

Aye Lanky. Did a bit of leafleting today with Bob. To actually see BNP posters in windows was new. Bob was stopped twice on the street and given a big well done. And one old fellow told us it's about time we had a candidate in that ward - also asked why we didn't have a candidate in the next ward along? He said his friends there wanted someone to vote for.

This kind of response is new for us, and boosts the feelgood factor. We didn't get one screamer, not one.

Last year, we had an average of 15.6% per candidate. My personal target is modest: an improvement on that; and if we can average something approaching 20% I will be in seventh heaven.

Regardless of how we do, I think Labour is going to get a hammering from the electors. I'm 55 years old and I've never known such anger directed at a governing party, not even that directed at the Conservatives when Mrs Thatcher was destroying the mining industry was so fierce or widespread.

Best of luck tomorrow to all our candidates. It is now in the hands of the master - the electorate.

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Anti-gag said...

Good Luck for tomorrow.

Despite both poor leadership and senior management failings, the grassroots membership is doing a great job of driving the party forward.

Once again well done Wigan BNP.

From
Chris Hill
(Chairman: Preston & Lancaster Voice of Change)

yaz