Monday, 13 July 2015

BNP Leadership Election - Paul Hilliard's Candidate Statement

Dear British National Party members,

I am the Derbyshire Sub-Regional Organiser, Derby Organiser and Amber Valley Organiser. A proud Nationalist for almost a decade, and a successful businessman who always aims for the very highest quality. I have no criminal record.

I was also pool Captain for 12 years, and am proud that I turned some players into England players, whilst my teams won over 22 trophies under my Captaincy.

For many years I worked with Nick Griffin to help the Party do better, but was obviously limited to certain changes as I was hampered by certain individuals who are still running the Party.

Because of my ability to team build, problem solve, talent spot, balance the books and come up with revolutionary ideas, I feel it is now time to take on the Leadership of the Party, with the aim of helping the Nationalist Movement do better.

At the present time, There are underlying issues that have been detrimental to the Nationalist Movement, and the constant fall-outs between Nationalists has divided us all into many fragmented groups; this divides the public vote and weakens every one of us, so things have to change.

I believe in working to unite the Nationalist Groups in order to go forward and have been doing so behind the scenes for a few years now with very positive feedback. If I am elected as Chairman, the goal of sitting with other Leaders could be achieved, enabling us to cover more Council seats across the UK.

Placards, banners, and a new Party flag should be made available so that we can be better recognized when out campaigning. Together, signage and Unity would give us greater numbers on the streets which will generate greater public interest. Recruitment teams will be out on all demonstrations, to bring in new members and grow the movement.

Party membership price would be cut to around half the price it is today because, since the price increases, our membership has fallen dramatically due to the rises. We would build a database of all activists, to directly mail for hands-on activity.

I am prepared to work for the Party without a wage for 6 months to help the Party become financially stable again.

Unnecessary expulsions from the Party in recent months has seriously harmed the British National Party. With that, and a new rebuilding programme in mind, one of the first items on my agenda if elected as Party Chairman would be to contact those ex-members, to invite them back into the Party to assist with the rebuilding process.

The society that we once knew is very different to today, so continuing to do the same things that we have done for decades does not work. We have to be smarter and wiser in the future by thinking with our heads rather than our hearts because when we start getting this fight right, we will achieve our goal of saving our Race and Nation.

Thank you in advance for your vote.

Paul Hilliard,  Derbyshire Sub-Regional Organiser 

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