Using the means of social networking, and fuelled by disillusionment, there has been a dramatic growth in campaign enterprises. These “campaign groups” cover a variety of issues ranging from climate change to world poverty, from political reform to fighting government spending cuts.
Campaign groups are rapidly replacing political parties as the voice of the people. The advantage of campaign groups is their ability to focus on one issue and relentlessly pursue it through creative and innovative techniques.
Campaigners fill gaps where politicians are either too frightened to go, or have been advised to avoid. (…)
For many years the patriots behind Britain First have studied the best of our enemy’s techniques and combined them with British pride, decency and our work ethic.
Now we can fight back effectively. Now we can stop burning our people out in futile political pantomimes. Now we can, and will, use our resources (activists being the most important) to the greatest effect in order to defend our people and nation, using the proven techniques that our enemies have been using against us for years.
No more wasting our people’s time and smashing our aspirations. We will change things and we want you to be a part of this movement.