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Video: BNP Was Offered Neocon Money, Says Nick Griffin

BNP leader Nick GriffinBut there were, of course, “conditions.”

EDITOR’S NOTE: In this writer’s opinion, Nick Griffin (pictured) watered down the essential facts — those of race and of Jewish power — far too much himself when he was at the helm of the BNP. But nevertheless, it wasn’t enough for the Jews, who countered with a noisy but fake “nationalist” party of their own in Britain — the short-lived English Defence League and its more recent derivatives. Here, from Griffin himself, is his story of how large sums of money from shadowy “American” sources were offered to the BNP if they would concentrate on Islam as the only enemy — and stop talking entirely about the (Jewish-controlled) banking swindle. Griffin, to his credit, refused the offer. A few months later he was no longer head of the BNP.

by Egalité Reconciliation

NICK GRIFFIN, British politician and former leader of the British National Party (BNP), was a Member of the European Parliament from 2009 to 2014. In this address in January 2013, he reveals how, in 2007, the US neoconservative [read: Jewish] moneyed elite offered to fund British nationalists — but made two demands: In return for money, the nationalists would have to solely attack Islam and stop all their criticism of the banking system.

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Source: Egalité Reconciliation (French)

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1 Comment

  1. English
    May 8, 2015 at 2:43 pm — Reply

    I always throught Nick griffin was a good leader of the BNP & was suprised when he was kicked out, now we know why.

    Will have to keep a eye on Adam Walker to see if he becomes Jew friendly.

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