Sunday 20th January saw the first meeting of 2013 for the British National Party’s Manchester Branch. The well-attended meeting was chaired by Eddy O’Sullivan, Manchester Organiser.
Other officials in attendance were acting Regional Organiser for the North West, Gary Tumulty and Tameside Organiser, Kay Pollitt.
The guest speaker was Bolton Organiser, Dot Sayers.
Eddy opened the meeting by wishing everyone all the very best for the coming year and welcomed all the people who were attending a meeting for the first time.
Dot Sayers then took the floor to deliver an inspiring and thought-provoking talk.
Dot spoke about the different ways that our identity as indigenous Britons is being stripped away and the various methods that are being employed to accomplish this.
She examined the rationale behind it and explained the solutions that the British National Party wishes to respond with, in order to combat these traitorous actions, and put the “Great” back into Great Britain.
After a short break a healthy collection was taken and Eddy spoke briefly about the current activities of the Manchester Branch and talked about the demonstrations we have recently attended.
Eddy then handed over to Gary Tumulty who spoke at length regarding the region’s upcoming events. He outlined the details of several courses that will be freely available to all activists in the coming months.
This was followed by making arrangements for individuals and groups who wish to stand in the elections that are coming up in 2014.
Detailed plans for activism over the next few weeks were also made.
This very instructive and constructive meeting was finished off by a lively and good humoured Q&A session.
One new member signed up there and then, and three more pledged to join by phone during the following week when the office is open.
Gary Tumulty, Acting North West Regional Organiser
PO Box 16,Salford, M6 7PT