Wednesday, 21 August 2013
Without the courage to develop into a truly national organisation, smaller parties will remain forever small
Nationalists have lost too much time in internal power struggles that alienated decent and hard working people who trully believe that Nationalist organisations could make a difference. When they realised that control was more important that moving forward to achieve the declared objectives, they just walked away and a thousand times organisations went back to square one or to put it mildly - they went nowhere.
There are many so called Nationalist organisations in Britain. They go under different or similar names, they are equally small, they are equally unable to deliver and they have no political representation and no real political strength. Without political strength, they will survive in a permanent state of under-development or they will simply cease to exist.