The BPP took the leading role in this forum, planning it and advertising it everywhere they could. They even persuaded Gunter Deckart, the Holocaust-denier, to fly over from Germany especially for the meeting.
As expected, the BPP reported on its website that the forum was 'a resounding success', attended by people from the National Alliance (NA), the BPP and the England First Party's only remaining member, its leader Steve Smith (about to stand in the local elections on May 3rd in the Cliviger with Worsthorne ward on Burnley Borough Council). Steve Smith of course is famous for being uncle to Luke Smith, ex-BNP councillor, football hooligan and violent thug, and for being the former organiser for Burnley BNP and doing six months for electoral fraud as a result.
Gunter Deckart must have been disappointed (like we care), having flown from Germany expecting to speak at a 'conference' only to find himself stuck in the back room of a pub with seventeen idiots, at least one of whom was drunk and abusive. According to a report we've seen, Sid Williamson, for it was he, was 'pissed out of his head' and caused havoc at several points in the meeting, apparently yelling that he was second in command of the BPP on several occasions, much to the irritation of all there.
Sid, you might remember, used to be a moderator on the appalling VNN nazi forum but was forced out last year when he unaccountably joined the BNP. His dalliance with Nick Griffin only lasted a couple of months. Although Griffin was prepared to ignore Williamson's racist rants against blacks, Asians and Jews on the swastika-strewn VNN, he drew the line at an attack on the Irish and was promptly thrown out of the squeaky-clean British National Party.
The forum was rather more interesting for who wasn't there - Kevin Watmough, the leader of the BPP and the nazi creep who runs Redwatch, Unsteady Eddy Morrison, the alcoholic 'National Political Advisor' of the BPP (who had apparently been on a bender all week and was unable to attend because he was still sloshed), just one from the Nationalist Alliance (but none of its leadership), no-one from the British First Party/N9S, no-one from the Wolf's Hook White Brotherhood and no-one from the British Movement (or whatever's left of it).
In fact, despite the BPP's claim that the forum was a 'resounding success', it seems to have been a complete washout, the only bright moment being when Sid nearly fell off his chair, then suddenly jumped up and demanded to speak.
Sadly, this laughable event has only been reported on the BPP's main website, Nobody has posted about it on the BPP's forum, which hasn't seen a new post in over a month, and no-one has bothered to send a report in to Stormfront. You can't blame them really.