I think it means "help!", doesn't it?
Yes well he turns everything on its head with its backside stuck in the air!Is it not an offense to degrade the national flag?
In his Freudian-innocent 'ChairmansColumn' days, Nick Griffin wrote: "Apart from that we're all enjoying the fantastic weather. The whole countryside is starting to take on that dusty, hazy, almost tired end of summer look that we see more often at the close of August and the start of Shakespeare's month of mist and mellow fruitfulness.>>A juvenile mistake from a self-elected guardian of British culture. You'd think that a proud nationalist would know our most popular and most quoted poets a little better, wouldn't you?http://forums.delphiforums.com/yourwrite/messages?msg=59.1
Isn't it techically an act of treason to fly the Union Jack upside down? Reminds me of a picture of the Crawley branch of the BNP holding the Union Jack upside down! Twats. Also, flying the Union Jack upside is the international distress call - so I guess this is the BNP telling the world that they are in distress!!! lol, it's all self-inflicted.
I noticed that pictures of the recent Burnley protest included one with the Republic of Ireland tri-colour, can somebody please remind Griffin what he has said about those who support this flag.
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