It's the beginning of a new year and Shropshire British National Party organisers call for strength and unity. Man's greatest weaknesses are driven by the ego, and acquisition of power and wealth so often smother all thoughts of providing a bright future for our children.
To achieve the kind of success which BNP members desire takes a special kind of determination; the adoption of a 'super-personal' philosophy where the superficial wants and needs of the individual are replaced by a sense of doing what's right for our land and people.
So many times we see the hearts and minds of once good activists become twisted by the desire for personal glory at the expence of the 'theod', an ancient word referring to a closely affiliated people, akin to an extended family.
Shropshire BNP organisers are, however, unified in condemming such ego-driven desires, and vow to stand firm in the face of adversity.
Today's fashion is to chase material wealth whatever the cost, however as with all fashions both popular and political, change is never far away.
- Cllr Phil Reddall
Our local organisers would like to wish readers a happy new year, and we leave you with the words of a good friend of ours...
"We either pull together and unite against our common enemies, in so doing presenting a truly formidable opponent or we descend into an undisciplined, egotistically-driven rabble. To me the choice is very simple and thankfully the vast majority reading this will agree. Our future is still in our own hands, all it will take is the collective right frame of mind. The other attributes and tools required are already available courtesy of our ancestors."
- Simon Darby