On Sunday 3rd September, the British Democrats held another successful meeting in mid Kent.
National Elections Officer and Councillor, Lawrence Rustem, was chairman for the afternoon. He opened the meeting by providing members and supporters with an update on recent local campaign activities in Kent and information on forthcoming local literature that is currently being designed, as the British Democrats campaign continuously rolls on. Lawrence also spoke about current affairs and why the British Democrats are the best option for Nationalists going forward.
Matt Godden was the next speaker to address the audience, giving an articulate and insightful speech that focused on the attack on our culture, and in particular the wokeness/political correctness that has permeated the theatre.
Next up was Nigel Christopher who spoke about the immigration invasion crisis our country is being bombarded with.
There was then a short break for sandwiches and refreshments.
As the second half of the meeting started, the raffle was drawn and a collection was carried out where generous members and supporters kindly made financial contributions to party funds.
The next speaker was Councillor Christopher Bateman, who gave an insight into being a Parish Councillor, explaining why it’s important to get members elected or co-opted onto Town and Parish Councils. He told the audience how the British Democrats election team ran a strong campaign to get him elected onto Noak Bridge council in Basildon, Essex, with a whopping 74% of the vote, defeating a former local Conservative party constituency chairman.
Lawrence conducted a question and answer session before he announced another healthy sum of money had been raised for the British Democrats.
The British Democrats want to thank everyone who attended and made donations.
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