Britain is facing the hardest winter season for decades. Nick Griffin asks you to help a pensioner have a safe and enjoyable Christmas.
“Somewhere near you, right now, a pensioner from the war generation could be slipping away from life. The combination of bitter cold and fuel poverty are bringing misery and even premature death to scores of thousands of the elderly of Britain.
“But while it’s easy – and justified – to blame the Government for letting this happen while bailing out corrupt banks and £billions on foreign aid and the global warming scam, we also have to accept personal responsibility.
If a pensioner dies of cold in your street, it is David Cameron’s fault, but it's also yours, because all it could take to save their life is for you to call around and say hello, fix them a warm drink or a hot meal, and check that they have the fire on.”
This is a central point of the Christmas message to British National Party supporters in a recording made by Nick Griffin and Derek Dawson from BNPTV. Nick tells us a bit more about the making of the message:
“Burnley organiser Chris Vanns drove Derek and all his kit up ice and snowbound lanes to my home (the last few miles are only passable with a big 4X4 like Chris has). We picked a sitting room fireside shot and had to do two takes to get it right, because the first was interrupted by a cat jumping on my lap, so there was a grey tail waving around in front of my face.
“The second take went fine though and Derek will be editing it today for release on this website very shortly. I spoke about the key points of 2010, including explaining how the Equality Commissions handling of their botched attack on us led to them having to acknowledge the existence of the indigenous British as an ethnic group within the law and thus entitled to protection under the law.
“The most important part of the message, though, is how we nationalists recognise that the nation is one great extended family. This means that we all share the duty to look after members of our family who, through no fault of their own, are vulnerable and in need. During a winter like this, that in particular means the elderly.
“So I do hope that people will not only watch the message, but also heed the call to keep an eye out for neighbouring pensioners who may be in need of help, and who are certainly likely at least to appreciate a bit of company and a bit of time from a good British National Party neighbour this Christmas.”