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If (for whatever insane reason) you stumble onto the BNP website today, you’ll find it’s a single page “temporary” site. Temporary? On the day of the general election?
Maybe visiting one of the other site pages, as indexed on Google, would shine some light…
A message from Simon Bennett due to the volume of phone calls and emails I am receiving:
This website and domain are no longer in my control. I have not sabotaged it. The domain name has been pointing to the new BNP server since last night (5th May) which is completely out of my hands. If your Emails are affected, again this is completely out of my hands and control.
If you are reading this message it is because they have set up their server incorrectly and this needs to be resolved by the new webmaster.
It is important to note that I have been working hard to negotiate a seamless switchover of the website, but for reasons unknown to me the leadership have chosen to force the domain from me, steal my work, data and systems and go it alone rather than paying for it. I will continue to work hard to try and resolve the situation quickly, professionally and amicably. This is in the hands of Nick Griffin and Jim Dowson, not me.
It should also be noted that they have decided to put a personal grudge against me before the interests of the party and its members. This was not a fight of my choosing.
I guess that’s what happens when you get involved an organisation such as this. Screw your own people over? Yep.