The title sums it up. But I'm wondering what people's thoughts are on the current state of Griffin's party and its possible future? I happened to wade through Andrew Brons' BNP Ideas website (in particular his volumic essay on the current corruption in the parent body), covering last years debacle. The issues seem endless, but mainly come back to the root suggestion that it's Griffin's cack-handedness which is causing the ship to leak. Also his ineptitude at handling the finances of the party along with the outight claims that he's on the fiddle. Placing 'favoured' associates in positions over that of ordinary party workers.* (see note) The Question Time shuttle-crash (which Brons is particularly scathing about - and I agree, a six-year old could have batted those 'difficult' issues aside). Also, the Panorama documentary unveiling much of the above. All added to this is their power dive from attaining over 55 council seats across the country, to now lest than half that. Plus the revelations that the majority of those elected rarely turned up to a council meeting anyway, and the rest deciding to drop the Party tag and go as Independents. So, as everything from an outsiders view seems to be imploding in a horrible fantastic mess, will this illustrious crop of characters stay the course within the Party and mount a forceful resurgence (as Brons seemingly decided recently) or will everyone start drifting away to form/join other groups? What temptation do other British fascist groups have for those now feeling the cold? Certainly no one else appears to have a clear or defined political programme that would be capable of recreating the same advances seen in the last years? * (Note). It's hilarious that many BNP members are accusing Griffin of being "a dictator". I can just imagine one of them saying privately "well, y'know me and Kevin joined a Fascist organization...but what d'ya know, we suddenly realized it was being run...by a load of bloody Fascists!!!".