We are extremely happy to at last launch the project, more than two months in the making,” said British Pride director Paul Golding today.
“British Pride was conceived around two months ago, when I offered to add some British history to the main BNP website,” he said.
“Our Chairman Nick Griffin envisaged something more grand: an entirely independent website promoting not just our history, but also our cultural traditions and customs, festivals, and also a resource centre that provides all sorts of PDF guides to encourage people at home to get involved with keeping our heritage alive.
“In the years to come, when British traditions and history become forbidden subjects in the face of Muslim/ethnic-minority agitation, British Pride will step forward and keep our identity alive,” Mr Golding said.
“When the purpose and outline of this project was decided, I undertook to start writing its contents, which was a mammoth task to say the least. As you navigate around the British Pride website you will appreciate how much solid work has gone into this project.
“Of course, I did not write everything myself. Lee Hancock deserves much credit. He provided a large amount of material, principally most of the articles on actual persons, such as the British Giants section.
“Simon Bennett must be given credit for helping to create the website, which would have been inconceivable without him.”
Mr Golding has also been in discussion with the Young BNP chief Mike Howson, regarding how the British Pride project can fit in with their plans.
“We immediately saw eye to eye and have concluded that a planning meeting is expedient in order to organise future campaigns to get YBNP/British Pride recognised and noticed. More on this in due course, just to say that there are some exciting campaigns coming up!” said Mr. Golding.