'I thought it best I announced my resignation of all my positions plus my membership of the BPP here, before the usual misinformation begins to do the rounds. Also after the suggestion from BPP HQ that I join the BNP, I would like to set the record straight.
Ever since comrade Eddy took ill and then retired, the BPP has been almost totally inactive. I couldn't even organise anything myself as the lines of communication have been either inoperative or ignored. Also the website has been both misused and neglected.
As an original founder member, recruitment officer, Southeast UK organiser, also looking after the Southwest and London, this decision was not taken lightly. And I do wish all my comrades in the party the very best of British luck.
Never will I be involved in the starting of another party or organisation, but in my heart I am still 100% white nationalist. I will now be looking to join an already established WN organisation, where I will be looking for ways of helping them. If I'm offered a position I'll probably take it, if not nevermind.'
'Comrade Eddy' - dontcha love it. What a pity it's not Nick Griffin's farewell letter - but I guess that would be too much to ask.
How many members has the BPP got now, I wonder?