Mass media seriously concerned about British National Party
It is plainly visibly that the so called ‘politically correct classes’ are worried. The Guardian, The Independent, Sky News, BBC, LBC and many others talk about the British National Party as a ‘failing organisation’. Many are now waking up to the fact that the ‘failing’ image they have portrayed is no more.
The Independent talks about ‘a veil of secrecy’ regarding the British National Party Conference due to take place in November 2012. There is nothing secret about a party political conference but it goes without saying that safety and security are always of paramount importance.
Many commentators constantly ask ‘why you don’t do what other political parties do? The answer is plainly obvious: because it is a completely different political party.
During an interview on BBC Radio London, BBC presenter Vanessa Feltz showed surprise when the expression ‘cleansing-process’ was used to define internal changes that have occurred within the British National Party. The expression ‘cleansing process’ very much defines an evolutionary process to streamline the organisation as a whole. From this point of view, the British National Party is no different from other political parties. You could talk about ‘cleansing-process’ or you could say ‘putting the house in order’. The choice of words does not change the fact that political parties are constantly evolving.