Manchester Branch held their regular monthly meeting in their superb new venue on Sunday 20th May 2012.
The well attended meeting was chaired by Assistant Manchester Organiser, Eddy O’Sullivan. Eddy was ably supported by Salford Organiser and Greater Manchester Elections Consultant Gary Tumulty and Manchester Branch Fund holder Phil Coe.
Eddy O'Sullivan Manchester BNP
Eddy opened the meeting with a well-deserved round of applause for all the candidates that stood up to be counted in the May elections and for all the activists and supporters that generously gave their help in carrying out the Manchester election campaigns. Eddy then followed this with a brief synopsis of how the party had fared locally, regionally and nationally. Gary Tumulty then gave a more in depth analysis of our results and outlined our plans for the future. ‘There are no local elections next year but our campaign for May 2014 begins today!’ stated Gary to rousing cheers and more applause. This was followed by the allocation a round a thousand leaflets to activists from all areas of the city so they can get cracking straight away.
Salford BNP Organiser Gary Tumulty
Gary and Eddy then briefly discussed outline plans for the upcoming November elections for the new position of elected police Commissioner for Greater Manchester. Suggestions for campaign issues were taken from the members to bolster and reaffirm the Party’s position and policies concerning law and order in the metropolitan area. We believe we will be putting up the Party’s best possible candidate for this position but the identity of that candidate has yet to be officially confirmed. Watch this space….
Some Loyal Manchester BNP
After a healthy collection was taken by the fund-holder Eddy O’Sullivan then delivered an emotional and thoroughly inspiring speech reminding everyone why the British National Party exists, what the core values of the British National Party are and the reasons why must never back down or give in to the manufactured lies and propaganda of hate that is spewed out by the media and the organisations that oppose our success. ‘They hate us because they fear us and they fear us because we know the truth about them and we tell the truth about them. The worst position that anyone can find themselves, politically, is to be ignored. We should take it as a compliment that we are absolutely never ignored everywhere we go.’ said Eddy.
So it is all systems go in Manchester for November 2012 and May 2014. Activists are now leafleting their areas with recruitment leaflets and targeted areas of the city will be receiving particular attention every weekend from larger teams.