From Griffinwatch, the owner of the blog is not to everyones liking, but the article is interesting. The article I believe is not from the owner of Griffinwatch.
In a post-industrial and multicultural society, globalists and their communist allies seek to exterminate what is left of nationalism. Like the ‘Terminator’ series of science fiction films that portrayed advanced machines at the nemesis of humanity, bent on destroying those who had survived a nuclear Armageddon instigated by the machines, the globalists who now control a significant number of states now seek to destroy the last of the resistance to the globalist agenda.
The ‘Terminator’ films franchise ends with ‘Terminator Salvation’ which brought us the idea of the enemy (in this case the Artificial Intelligences, or machines) creating a cyborg that was a synthesis of human tissue and machine, to create the perfect infiltration device. The cyborg was discovered to have been created by Skynet in order to lure the Resistance leader to their HQ so that he could be killed, thereby achieving the goal that Skynet had failed to accomplish so many times. A radio signal that the human Resistance depends on to destroy the machines’ HQ (Skynet), was later determined to have been a ruse set up by the Machines. Through this ruse the Machines were able to track down the Resistance’s HQ and destroy it.
Such a science fiction scenario does seem to share more similarities with our reality in 21st Century Britain than is apparent. What better way to infiltrate the primary nationalist resistance vehicle in Britain which was perceived at the time (end of the 1990s) to bear the main nationalist opposition to the globalist empire in the UK?
It is the contention of this author that Nick Griffin was spotted many years ago by the Intelligence Services (IS) whilst attending the heavily IS-infiltrated Cambridge University. With his father’s senior Masonic ranking status as an indication of his potential service, his use was likely to have been flagged up early on in his career. His joining of the BNP 1995 would have probably triggered a plan at the IS to have targeted Griffin as a potential candidate for turning.
The techniques of investigation and assessment of a potential target would have involved a study of his weaknesses and personality flaws, as well as his sexual interests which have been indicated to lie within bisexuality and quite likely to involve partner sharing, all of which have been indicated by witnesses. His weakness for money and his lack of ethics regarding such would have all been noted, as would his sociopathic personality.
An opportunity came for the IS when in 1998, Griffin was convicted of violating section 19 of the Public Order Act 1986, relating to the offence of 'publishing or distributing racially inflammatory written material' in issue 12 of The Rune, published in 1996. Griffin's comments in the magazine were reported to the police by Alex Carlile, then the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Montgomeryshire. Following a police raid at Griffin's home, he was charged with distributing material likely to incite racial hatred. Griffin pleaded not guilty, and was tried at Harrow Crown Court. He was found guilty and given a nine-month sentence, suspended for two years, and a £2,300 fine.
Last year Ian Cobain of the Guardian newspaper attempted to procure information on the so-called Rune Trial from the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). In February 2012 he won the right to access a certain number of the court papers in a ruling by the Information Rights Tribunal after they said that it was in the “substantial public interest” for the information to be disclosed.
These papers have yet to be published but they may yet show whether Griffin will be exposed as a State agent. The police have refused in the past to investigate BNP fraud allegations, even at the request of an MP three years ago. What are the authorities trying to hide? Why has the CPS persisted to refuse the release of transcripts of the Rune Trial from 1998?
The CPS has attempted to block access to the records citing privacy concerns which could warrant exemption of certain records into the public domain. But the issue here is that the Rune Trial was a public case in a public court and involved a politician which is clearly of public interest. Their refusal to hand over these documents is even more sinister when you consider that when the request to access the documents under the Freedom of Information Act was made (2009) the BNP were rising high and had recently had two MEPS elected, a GLA member elected in 2008, had 60 elected councillors and were the official opposition on the Barking and Dagenham Council. Clearly, any information that the CPS could share with the left-wing Guardian newspaper would have helped expose the BNP and its leader and served to weaken the BNP in its future prospects. Not so. The authorities refused and had to be pursued through to a tribunal before they would relent.
We would suggest that some kind of a deal was done between Griffin and the CPS, and this is suggested by the fact that during the trial Griffin dropped his legal team and defended himself. The only reason this was done could only have been that Griffin knew that the sentence would reflect the deal and allowed him space and the secrecy to deal with the authorities, including the IS, on his own. Ernst Zundel said,
"Griffin's sentence is very mild compared to the huge fines and jail terms levied on the continent, as has happened to Deckert, Walendy, Kemper, Honsik and others in Germany and Austria, or against Dr. Faurisson, Le Pen, and others in France”.
The stunning Millwall election win for Tyndall’s BNP in 1993 was also the occasion when Griffin rejoined the political scene, and yet only a year after the Rune Trial Griffin had been elected leader of the BNP.
It must be becoming self-evident by now to all but the most unintelligent and sycophantic, or those who refuse to face reality, that the leader and the party to whom they have invested so much emotion and so much time and money, is in fact a state-operated Trojan Horse, a political virus engineered from an existing and effective political entity, and crafted by the state intelligence services to ensure that the nationalist opposition would suffer a slow and doomed crash into a political wasteland once it had served its purpose.
The BNP has failed as a political electoral force and the 2010 elections the nadir of its political trajectory. For many years Griffin has instigated a series of failures, political dead-ends and defeats, chosen and promoted the wrong people with certain pasts who were ripe for media exploitation and hence damage the party, or who made certain decisions that obviously were going to lead to political disaster.
The situation has become so obviously engineered that it is quite conceivable that the state has been calling in its favours with Griffin, since the Rune Trial. In return for the state to ignore the trail of corruption and fraud and in protecting Griffin, the state has been demanding its share of the deal, which has been to ask for information and to demand complicity in turning the BNP from an effective vehicle of nationalist opposition into a neutered and controlled state-run entity, with Griffin as the key state-run player.
2010 saw the end of an effective political challenge by the BNP as many of its key activists left, as the money dried up and as key strategies were neglected by Griffin and opportunities squandered. The role of the BNP in electoral politics has been effectively finished. The home of the 2003-4 electoral challenge – Burnley – is now devoid of any BNP councillors, whilst its former strongholds have seen the BNP’s vote collapse. In other regions of England where the BNP was deriving high support this also has collapsed. What has happened is that things have gone full circle and support for the BNP is collapsing whilst it is going up for rival nationalist parties, a situation that has not been seen since the 1990s.Griffin has personally resided over and has been responsible for this state of affairs.
Griffin is ‘the wolf in sheep’s clothing’ and although he attempts to speak the language of a nationalist he has shown his true colours in the acts that he carries out. In the Gospel of Matthew (7:15-16, Jesus said, “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves. By their fruit you will recognise them”.
In the fables of Aesop the hungry wolf wears a discarded sheep’s fleece and uses it to sneak up on a flock of sheep and steal a lamb to eat, before the shepherd noticed his presence. In the fable, the shepherd kills the wolf by accident when he is looking for a sheep to slaughter and captures the disguised wolf.
The intended lesson is that “Frauds and liars are always discovered, eventually, and pay for their actions accordingly”, or “The evil doer often comes to harm through his own deceit”. It is the hope that Griffin will be exposed and punished through his own deeds, and surely the trail of deceit and corrupt actions by Griffin will be uncovered sooner and the evidence lead to his exposure. So far, despite the evidence being uncovered by numerous individuals, he is yet to be fully uncovered but it is suggested that as soon as the state no longer sees him as of use then the way will be open for him to be exposed.
The Terminator may have been a technologically-advanced cyborg designed to kill its target and, in the later version, a device that could mimic a human and be used as a ruse to entice others to their death at the hands of the machines, but sometimes ruses can be discovered by accident. With Griffin his path within the BNP has been marked by a rigid cult of personality enforced by a party constitution that has evolved to ensure that power is permanently concentrated at the top. Griffin’s ruthless and sociopathic quest for power and his almost contrived failures and entrapments that he has staged for the party show all too clearly that Griffin is a ‘wolf in sheep’s clothing’, or a ruse devised by the IS of the state to entice nationalists to their political destruction. In many ways Griffin was almost the perfect nationalist ‘killing machine’, an intelligent man who was both younger than the previous incumbent and had a lot less political baggage. He is telegenic and a good communicator, and has also good persuasive skills and on the face of it, good people skills. During his rise to leadership he was able to change his message as it suited and adapt accordingly. He was able to enlist the right people to help him, some of whom he abandoned when they realised that Griffin was a liar and corrupt. He is someone who is able to instil within others loyalty and a following.
Griffin’s modernisation of the party saw an increase in membership and a diversification of that membership, so that it no longer represented just young angry white working class males. By capturing the BNP and exploiting it through modernisation and dropping key principles he was able to attract and absorb many people into its ranks – all of whom could then be exploited and contained, their energies, enthusiasm and resources siphoned off until that reservoir of good will and energy had been emptied. It did not matter whether Griffin siphoned off much of that money for his own personal use, and in fact it was likely to have been an agreed plan. In return for Griffin being allowed to abuse BNP finances and the State would receive the benefit of knowing that the resources of the BNP were being diverted away from political purposes and thus neutralising the nationalist threat.
Nick Griffin may have been the ‘Terminator’ within British nationalism and received the support and loyalty of many members and voters, but we hope that unlike the fictional Terminator played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, that he won’t ‘be back’.''