By Max Musson:
Bert walks down the bare concrete steps from the foreman’s office with a heavy heart and he thanks his old mate Geoff for his support. The two men have worked together at Ferndale Metal Fabrications for almost thirty years now and although Geoff has always been a socialist, his brand of socialism is of the ‘Old Labour’, patriotic socialist variety and of all the shop stewards at Ferndale’s he has been the only one to stand by Bert – after all, they grew up in the same neighbourhood and were at school together – they have known each other all their lives.
The visit to the foreman’s office was for a very difficult meeting with the firm’s personnel manager following a complaint by two of their Pakistani workers that Bert had made thinly veiled racist comments during an incident in the staff rest room.
The allegations are nonsense of course, but Bert is an easy target for allegations of this kind because of his known BNP activism. He has twice stood as a candidate for the party in local elections, and he has been the local organiser for the last six years. Following this latest incident – one of perhaps twenty that have involved Bert over the years – Bert was issued with a final written warning and must now ‘walk on eggshells’ if he is to keep his job. Thankfully Geoff was there to provide support, or the outcome might have been much worse.
Later, Bert arrives home and is conscious of the busy evening he has ahead of him.
It is mid-May and Bert has organised a leafleting team for tonight that should be able to finish off the last half-dozen or so streets of Parkside Ward in support of their local candidate. It’s Bert’s brother David who is standing. He has been a party member, on and off, since the days of JT’s chairmanship of the party.
“How did the meeting go today?”
It’s Susan, Bert’s ‘other half’. The couple were married over twenty years ago. They have three children and Susan has been a good wife, returning to work once the children were old enough and while she has always worried, she has seen the decline of their hometown due to immigration and she has always supported Bert in his work for the BNP.
Bert explains the disciplinary situation and as he does so, he is aware of the tension and the look of worry in Susan’s eyes. They both know that they could not survive on her wage alone and if Bert was sacked for a racially related reason, they both know that he will probably not find work again.
In previous years Bert had been the candidate in Parkside, but this time he has opted to let David stand instead. Susan had urged Bert to adopt a lower profile and with this new disciplinary charge bringing further pressure to bear, it was now virtually certain that Bert would step down from being the organiser once these elections are out of the way.
It’s not just the work situation that is driving this winding down of activity on Bert’s part, his duties as organiser have in recent years meant that he has had little time to spend with his family and their three bedroomed semi is now showing the signs of long-term neglect. The garden is a mess and there is a list as long as your arm of DIY jobs that Bert has been putting off.
With his oldest already at university and the next one due to start next year, there will be a heavy drain on the family purse and both Bert and Susan have agreed that dire though the state of the nation is, the needs of their children must come first for a while.
To be honest, Bert is quite relieved that he will soon be able to hand over the responsibility of organising to someone else. Despite the steady stream of enquiries that have flowed from all of the leafleting activity, the branch has not grown at all in recent years, due to a number of people dropping out and the lack of time that Bert has had to follow up enquiries and convert them into new members. Bert has been conscious of the fact that trying to build a BNP branch in your spare time is damned near impossible given the time constraints, and it has preyed on his conscience that despite all of his efforts, and the valiant efforts of his small activist team and their occasional successes, little or no progress is able to be sustained in the long-term and existing members are dropping out as quickly as new members can be recruited.
Just as Bert and his team head out for that last big push to finish their leafleting, a car pulls up by the side of the road in the adjacent Greenvale Ward, and out steps a smartly dressed young man carrying a brief case. He knocks at the door of one of the nearby houses and after a warm greeting from the occupants, is let in.
Our man fulfils a role that is difficult for some people to get their heads around, because it represents an unprecedented evolution and melding of roles that have hitherto been regarded as entirely separate and in many people’s minds incompatible.
The family receiving this visitor have for about eighteen months been members of a tightly knit community formed with the intention of eventually transforming our society, but more immediately, with making Greenvale district impermeable to encroachment by the town’s growing ethnic minority populations. This is a project that our visitor, Richard began about three years ago and the Hanley family who have received him this evening, are some of his most enthusiastic supporters.
Richard’s visit to the Hanley’s this evening has been to complete the arrangements for a new property acquisition in the area.
In the next street a house has become vacant and Greenvale Community Housing Trust, have arranged to buy the property using money that has recently become available as a result of two local retirements. Mr Hanley and another neighbour have just reached retirement age and they have agreed to invest a proportion of the lump-sums from their pension plans, through the auspices of the trust, to provide the deposit needed for a buy-to-let mortgage for the purchase of the newly vacant house.
Once purchased by the trust, the house will be let to a trusted nationalist family who wish to join the Greenvale Community. While the letting of the property will be administered by Greenvale Community Housing Trust, the rental income received will be paid to Mr Hanley and his neighbour to provide them with a return on their investment.
Since beginning the project three years ago, Richard has recruited into Greenvale Community Action Group a total of 152 families and as part of their commitment to the project each family has agreed to make regular donations to facilitate the growth of the organisation and the fulfilment of its objectives. Their contributions now total over £9,000 per month, approximately £2,800 of which is paid in return for Richard’s full time commitment in the role of Community Activist.
The members of Greenvale Community Action Group, are conscious of the dedication and professionalism exhibited by Richard in the fulfilment of his duties and they realise that the project of which they are a part, could not function properly or hope to succeed without someone like him to lead it.
With the rest of the money now being donated amounting to over £6,000 per month, this means that the Greenvale Community Housing Trust will be able to purchase a new buy-to-let property every few months from regular income alone and still have enough money left over to help promote the businesses that the community have created to provide employment for the nationalist families they have lining up to join them from other parts of the country.
Unlike Bert, Richard is able to perform most of his duties during the working day and his commitment to building a White Britain does not therefore impinge too much upon the time that he needs to spend with his family and that he needs to devote to the upkeep of his home.
Unlike Bert, Richard does not need to make himself a target for attack by ethnic minorities resentful of his beliefs. Richard does not advertise who he is or what he does, he does not need to. He just quietly goes about his business with complete peace of mind.
Furthermore, Richard does not have to worry what his employers might think of his vocation, because it is Richard’s vocation that provides his income, and the harder he works, the more he earns. There is no conflict for Richard between his working life, his duty to his family and his duty to our people. Unlike Bert therefore, Richard is very active, highly productive and enjoys great job satisfaction. He has no intention of curtailing his activities, because the cause he serves, that of bringing salvation to the British people, is a cause to which he has dedicated his life.
Richard is the local Community Activist for a nationwide organisation that for many years now has remained almost unseen by those outside it.
An attractive website acts as the ‘shop window’ for this organization, generating enquiries from all over the country and part of Richard’s job is follow up those enquiries and persuade the people concerned from his area to join Greenvale Community Action Group, to move to Greenvale and to make regular contributions to the organization.
In Greenvale, other members of the group act as a community, helping to find affordable housing for the newcomers, helping to find them work and helping to induct them into the life of the community.
Five years ago, Greenvale had just started to experience encroachment from the nearby Asian area of town, but as a result of Richard’s work and the work of the rest of the community, this encroachment has been halted and Greenvale Community Housing Trust together with the members of Greenvale Community Action Group now own many of the houses adjacent to the Asian area forming a permanent barrier to further encroachment.
Today, Greenvale Community Action Group control the local Parish Council and therefore the local community halls. They have a majority on the board of governors of the local lower school and one of Richard’s major achievements recently was to organise the purchase of Greenvale Church, which had closed due to lack of attendance and re-open the church as a community centre, holding regular Sunday morning meetings with members of the Greenvale Community, his loyal congregation. In this way, a real community has been created, in which young and old, rich and poor, come together as one.
Greenvale has always been a Conservative area and as a result of concerted action by the members of the Greenvale Community Action Group, all of whom have joined the local Conservative Association, they were able to have one of their members accepted as the local Conservative candidate and she is now certain to be elected as the local borough councillor.
As a result of Richard’s good work the future looks bright, in fact the future looks White, for the people of Greenvale, and the good news for Parkside residents is that as a result of the successes achieved in Greenvale, Richard has been able to recruit John, a former BNP activists, to take on the role of Community Activist for a newly formed Parkside Community Action Group.
Obviously, these two tales above are fictional, one reflecting the reality of the past, while the other reflects the possibilities for the future. There are however already people like Richard and John in various parts of Britain, who are just beginning our quiet revolution and if you can’t wait for them to reach your area, then contact me today, email@example.com.
By Max Musson © 2014
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