Readers following this story, will remember how a handful of Black Country BNP members, took on a large allotment plot last year. The allotment was unused for three years, and after a few months of sheer hard work, a summer that can only be described as ''the wet season,'' plenty of determination and their own money, actually managed to grow several crops
Proving that the British National Party is serious about its folk roots, (pun intended), the land and people philosophy has done our cause no end of recognition and good.
The allotment's committee has heaped praise on the scheme, and the Committee Chairman was quoted as saying:
''I can't believe how you've got this plot in such good shape.
The amount of hard work and management of the plot has made a fantastic contribution to the allotment.
Next year, you should have a well stocked and professional looking plot, so well done to you lot''.
Six former battery hens, and two rather large farm Cockerels, were added to the scheme. Many thanks should go to Simon Foxall for his and his wife's financial contribution, hard work, and physical graft.
Former Sandwell councillor and hard working activist, Russ Green, was instrumental in laying out the plans, construction, and cutting from wooden pallets, to build the chicken coop.
Also, former Organiser and Sandwell councillor John Salvage, who gained the plot after discussions with the Chairman last year, and contributed to all of the above, should also be noted.
We must not forget Jason Percival, who had a bad work accident a few years ago, and contributed to the massive task of moving earth and rubble on a mechanical digger for two days solid, to get it ready last August.
Next year, as the allotment Chairman already acknowledged, will see a more widespread crop choice, a small herb garden, greenhouse, and a village-like scheme to enhance its aesthetic beauty.
After a hectic year or so, with many in the region losing jobs, and a planned social engineering project that has seen many allotments, businesses, and indigenous areas being literally air brushed out of existence, sold for profit, and used and abused, only the British National Party has the pulling power to attract the kind of people required to stick to certain principles.
These principles are embedded in the ancient British people's ability to think cleverly, and utilise far-sighted approaches to the multitude of problems laid at our door by treacherous politicians, their horse whispering alien elites, and labels and smears designed to scare us from doing our patriotic, and kith and kin based duty.
Long time Stoke-On-Trent, and party activist Michael Coleman, is a recent testament to this.
As long as party contributors and supporters have a certain amount physical strength, the mental consistency of and determination of our ancient ancestors, and can pull off mammoth fetes like taking on ridiculously harsh land based tasks, such as the above allotment, we will have far more than our combined enemy could ever muster.
Along with all that, is a combined socio-economic-political willpower. These are needed to offset any downturns in both the quality of life, for those trapped in our ever alien looking inner cities and towns.
The planned economic disasters, and linked loss of political numbers, whereby some of us will get sidelined, lose income, or become disillusioned. With the three main issues that glue our society together - social, economic, and political, always interlinked, a shortfall in any of them is then balanced by schemes such as the allotment.
People who may have become disillusioned, or listen to tittle tattle etc, will eventually return to the fold as things in society worsen.
We can only do as our individual circumstances and mindsets allow.
Thus, so no one should ever be out of reach of at least one of the above linked things that bind us. We are here to stay as a party, and in whatever form that takes, and whatever is thrown at us, there is no other way to progress.
The allotment is something that we here in the Black Country, would like to see rolled out nationwide, and makes for a natural addition to the antidote for our ills and our political struggles.
Watch this space for more news on the Dudley branch, and the Black Country members’ allotment scheme.