British National Party supporters must steel themselves for the “many battles ahead” in the New Year, party staff manager Adam Walker has said.
In a special New Year’s message, Mr Walker said that the problems which the ConDem regime’s policies will cause can be exploited by a strong and united British National Party.
“I wish you all a happy New Year. But let's be honest, 2011 will be a hard 12 months for many ordinary folk,” Mr Walker wrote.
“The ConDem coalition's cuts will put the squeeze on the living standards of millions of workers, families and pensioners.
“The structure of our civil society is being dismantled. Hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs hang in the balance. As they go, so too will all the services which help the old, infirm and poor.
“Where those services survive, the private or charity sectors will be expected to pick up the slack. However, the private sector is interested in profit, not public service and the charity sector is completely unsuited and ill-equipped to fill the gap.
“It is the ordinary people who will be punished to fund the ‘cost cutting’ which is actually all about paying for the bank bailout and other crazy policies.
“Petrol prices will rise and the cost of much of what we buy will soar when VAT climbs to 20 percent. We will not wait long for the effects of ConDem policy to bite.
“The VAT increase is the latest in a lengthening line of David Cameron's broken promises. He repeatedly insisted in opposition he had no plans to raise the tax.
“Students have been lied too as well and now face huge costs which will plunge them into debt long after they have completed their education.
“The political class will say anything to get your vote.
“In the year ahead, the cuts will bite and the Conservative-Liberal Democrat government will show its true and ugly nature.
“The British National Party must join actions to resist the attacks on our jobs and services. Party-supporting trade unionists should support strike action to bolster jobs and services.
“British National Party-supporting students should join the demonstrations against the fee hikes and oppose the Government liars. My message to you is simple: it's time to get militant.
“Don't be fooled by propaganda that ‘we're all in it together.’ We're not. Labour, Liberal and Tory millionaires will not suffer from local schools and libraries being closed. They will not be affected by a shortage of NHS beds.
“2011 will see many more people wake up to the misrule under which we suffer. A strong, united British National Party will be there to draw the lessons and speak the truth. Steel yourself for the many battles ahead.”