BNP Fundraiser in Morley Town Hall
Morley Town Hall has hosted a dinner organised by the Trafalgar Club to raise money for the British National Party.
Themed around the “Battle of Britain,” the black-tie attendees were also treated to a spectacular multimedia performance, a poetry recital by a costumed World War II re-enactor and a rousing speech by party chairman Nick Griffin before the wallets were cracked open in the one of the largest fundraisers ever in the history of the BNP.
The attendees also took the opportunity to remember Tom Gaydon, a BNP member from Taunton who served in the First Battalion (The Rifles), who died in action only last week in Afghanistan.
“The history of Britain is about the sacrifices made by our forefathers,” said Mr Griffin. “When you compare what the people of this country had to sacrifice in World War II, then what we have to do pales into insignificance.
“We have a fight on our hands in the forthcoming election and are so close to making a major and significant breakthrough,” he continued.
“The growth in the party over the last few years has been phenomenal, but with that growth comes increased expenditure, and this is what it is all about.”
Morley Town Hall is a fantastic building and I always do whatever I can to promote it to people as a potential venue for events, so I was especially pleased when it was chosen to host this prestigious fundraiser.
The event itself was one of the most impressive I have ever attended and it is a matter of great pride to myself and other local British National Party members and activists that it took place right here in Morley.