And I thought things here were crazy!
"A mob is coming here in six months to hang the other ninety-five of you damned scoundrels, and I'm undecided whether to stick here with you or go out and lead them."
Let's not compare apples to cinder blocks. The situation we have now is entirely different. We're not going to "take over" the government through revolution (especially not an armed one). Our revolution will come after our establishment kills itself. But before we can start fantasizing about revolution, we must first build a legitimate movement.
I'm becoming increasingly interested in the idea of a viable American third party. While in the past I've held a mostly pessimistic view regarding this, presently, it is at least good food for thought. However, as the number of dispossessed Americans inexorably booms (wrought by an out-of-touch establishment on the verge of suicide), patriots would do well to explore such a possibility. Instead of mindlessly awaiting "the collapse", Western nationalists should be poised to take advantage of it.
I would agree that the present political establishment does seem to be on the verge of some sort of, if not "collapse", at least a 'fainting spell' at this time, whereby it appears incapable of leading coherently or with with any discernible purpose. What with the Tea Party Movement pushing for more fiscal responsibility and less government, coupled with a 'Dept Crisis' that would seem to favor their political agenda, and with Liberals trying desperately, to hang on to all of their so-called social and political progress they've made over the last couple of decades, a situation is definitely emerging where the ideological lines are being drawn a little more clearly, creating some of this 'gridlock' that we're now seeing on 'The Hill', and giving us a taste of what's too come. The problem, is that we can look for the Liberals to become increasingly more militant in maintaining their ill gotten gains, while the GOP will make little headway, because 'Conservatives', unlike 'Nationalist' can't think outside their political 'box' of merely trying to maintain the status quo, and not being able to fix the basic flaws within our Constitution and form of government, necessary to achieve real change and progress.
I do believe a 'collapse' is inevitable, if for no other reason, than there seems to be a crisis emerging in our nations very concept of 'Democracy'. A system, that works pretty well in a more homogeneous society that's 90% white, based on a Protestant, Capitalist, Conservative way of life that's respected by the majority of it's population and leaders. But, with this Multicultural nightmare that's called modern America, and getting worse by the day, it's only a matter of time before we begin to see civil unrest, in fact we're already seeing it to some degree in the 'Occupy Movement', and the general anger and organization of the Tea Party, increasing crime and general disorder, the government failing in its most common and routine responsibilities, such as what we're seeing in the Postal crisis, and other poor performances in our government providing basic services. It is as you say, not a matter of initiating revolution, at least in the foreseeable future, as it is our being organized, having the materials, and a cadre that can quickly take advantage of opportunities that will reveal themselves in the event of major economic and political collapse. This is where I believe the A3P can serve our people now.
Getting back to the original subject, i.e. the BNP.
I was a member of the BNP for several years but resigned from the party due entirely to dissatisfaction with Nick Griffin's leadership. That was the end of 2005 some months after John Tyndall died. John Tyndall, the previous BNP leader, was preparing to attempt to wrest the leadership back from Nick Griffin, but he died unexpectedly before he was able to complete his campaign against Griffin.