The meeting, chaired by fund holder Terry Majorowicz, was then introduced to several prospective local BNP candidates and sitting parish councillors who were in attendance.
Mr Majorowicz provided an amusing introduction and revealed how he had come to the BNP after first trying to do something for this country in the Conservative Party. “All they wanted to do was hold dinner parties, and it was only when I joined the BNP that I was finally able to do something about saving my country,” he said.
Next speaker was organiser Bill Vaughan who read a humorous piece about how ethnic minorities were allowed to organise along ethnic grounds without anyone objecting, but that if indigenous British people tried to do that, they were attacked by the media and other politicians.
Prospective candidate Ray Evan spoke next, giving his first ever public speech in which he pointed out how British people are discriminated against and put last in the provision of public services.
Before breaking for the second half, Mr Majorowicz introduced 70-year-old Bob and 88-year-old Alf, who are still active for the party in Cannock and who have not missed a meeting in three years.
The second half of the meeting was addressed by guest speaker Arthur Kemp, who used a George Orwell 1984 theme to illustrate how decades of Conservative and Labour rule had led to the total inversion of all the things which had made Britain great. His speech had the 30 plus crowd on their feet for a double ovation.