Britain First to contest the Mayor of London and assembly elections

Now that both Wellingborough and the Conference are out of the way, we can officially launch our next great campaign.

Britain First is going to contest the upcoming Mayor of London and assembly elections, which take place on Thursday 2 May.

Our South East team have already attended a planning meeting at City Hall a few months ago (below).

Tomorrow, South East activists are hitting the streets of the capital to get the necessary nomination signatures from voters in London.

This is a colossal task.

We need ten signatures from each of London's thirty-two boroughs.

That's a huge logistical operation, but it will be worth it.

You may be asking, why is Britain First standing in London considering white Britons are a minority?

The answer is simple, there are still approximately two million of our people living in London, and they need someone to represent them!

On top of that, for the last eight years, London has been suffering under a toxic Islamist mayor, Sadiq Khan (below.)

We have seen Ramadan lights go up in the West End, knife crime has rocketed, statues of anti-British murderers have gone up in Trafalgar Square and much, much worse.

Sadiq Khan is deeply unpopular in London, especially with the remaining British voters!

Our entire campaign in London is going to focus on Sadiq Khan and his anti-British extremism.

We are going to use our resources to expose Sadiq Khan for the treacherous and vile scumbag that he is.

Sadiq Khan is 'Public Enemy No1' in London, and we are going to campaign against him with all the strength we can muster!

Our candidate for Mayor of London is a native English Londoner, veteran Britain First election candidate Nick Scanlon (below).

Nick is a born and bred Londoner, and has stood for Britain First several times already.

Nick is going up against Sadiq Khan, and he deserves our unwavering support!

Let's discuss the 'nuts and bolts' of the London campaign.

We need a £10,000 deposit to stand a candidate for Mayor of London and a £5,000 deposit to stand candidates for the London assembly.

On top of this, we need £10,000 so that we have a two-page spread in a booklet that is sent out to every voter in London.

That's a combined campaign total of £25,000.

For just £25,000 we can reach every British voter in London in the election booklet, over two million of them.

This campaign is very ambitious, but that is Britain First's forte - striving for the stars!

We have a huge list of attention-grabbing stunts that we want to unleash in the run up to polling day.

We are going to make London an election battleground in a big way!

Personally, I am very excited to be causing a lot of political noise around London!

We plan to be a thorn in Sadiq Khan's side right the way up to polling day.

Everyone thinks that the pro-Palestine mob have caused a lot of fuss in London, but they haven't seen anything yet.

If there's one thing I am good at, it's causing a lot of fuss!

Maybe we should take our Battle Bus fleet up Brick Lane in the heart of Islamist-controlled East London again?

Maybe we should project our logo and our slogans onto Parliament?

There are so many options, but the main thing right now is getting the £25,000 together.

We have until the end of March, which means we only have around four weeks.

If we pull together and 'close ranks', I have no doubt we can do it.

But it all depends on our army of supporters.

If you want to see Britain First target Sadiq Khan politically, then now is the time to get behind our campaign. 

We need to raise the £25,000 to stand in London.

If you want to see Britain first give Sadiq Khan a 'kick in the arse' politically, chip in without delay!

Please chip in below:

Yours sincerely
Paul Golding
Co-Leader, Britain First

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