Nick Griffin reports from the European Parliament for the World at 8 – The latest bank bail-out plans are good news. The world's biggest banking institutions - the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank, the Banks of England, Japan and Switzerland - are all piling in to print untold billions of dollars so that they can be lent on the cheap to European banks which are then supposed to lend them at a tidy profit to struggling businesses and families in the real world.
In the New Year the British National Party intends to build on solid foundations. We have already brought in a professional accountant to assist our National Treasurer. At our last Party Conference a full presentation of the 2010 accounts was made by the National Treasurer Clive Jefferson. This included a detailed explanation of current cash flows and financial liabilities. The Treasury then gave detailed proposals for the long-term financial stability of the British National Party.
That was Nick Griffin MEP’s message to a plenary session of the European Parliament on Wednesday morning. Addressing the debate on Economic Governance, Mr Griffin said that the fiat money banking system makes banksters masters of the universe instead of the servants of productive industry.
What planet is David Cameron on? He is urging us all to pay off debts and exhorting us to have a spirit of "can-do-optimism". His closing speech at the Tory conference in Manchester is a slap in the face for decent working people. His sidekick William Hague tells us that it is "common sense that people should pay off debts when and where they can". Back in the real world, people know that having large debts is not a good idea. We also know that job losses, the high cost of getting an education and a reduction in real wages are what cause levels of personal and family debt to rise.
Last Thursday’s Wakefield British National Party meeting saw a good crowd of old and new faces at their stylish venue in the village of Ackworth, West Yorkshire.
By Maid of Kent – According to a survey published by retirement income specialists MGM Advantage, 36 percent of over-65s have no idea when they will be able to afford to retire, with that number increasing to 50 percent in London.
Earlier this year the British Veterans’ Group (BVG) started a fundraising campaign to purchase their own standard to march with on parades. Their target was £820 – but they have far exceeded the amount needed, raising a total of £1,466.19.
“I’m the man who says ‘no’!” says Clive Jefferson, the Treasurer of the British National Party. He explained: “A popular treasurer is not a good thing. A treasurer who controls spending is a good thing.”
By James North – America currently has a massive $14.3 trillion of public debt and is in the midst of a political struggle that could send shockwaves around the world.
By Maid of Kent – The true astronomical cost of the ‘cheap’ food in our shops was revealed yesterday by a report of migrant workers sending their children to school with no food for lunch in protest at the withdrawal of working benefits.