April 24, 2010

The BNP unveil a 'serious piece of kit' - their 2010 Election manifesto

Porky Griffin talking crap, with a BNP nutter in a stupid outfit to add a little dignity
The British National Party unveiled its manifesto yesterday. Leader Nick Griffin said of the 90-page pamphlet: 'It's weighty - it's a serious piece of political kit, this.'

Headings include: 'Immigration: An Unparalleled Crisis which only the BNP can solve' and 'Counter Jihad: Confronting the Islamic Colonisation of Britain.' Key pledges include banning the burka and the building of further mosques in Britain. Elsewhere, the decline of pubs is explained thus: 'The indigenous British population has been ethnically cleansed and the new immigrant communities have no interest in maintaining that aspect of British culture.'

The launch was held in the Civic Centre in Stoke on Trent. The BNP considers the city something of a stronghold as it has nine seats on the council and is fielding three general election candidates in the area.

As he spouted on, Mr Griffin was flanked by a pasty-faced, pudding of a henchman dressed in a St George costume that looked like it had been hastily knocked up by his mum from a pair of old curtains - complete with chintzy tassled tie-backs - and what could have been an unloved saucepan for a helmet. Mr Griffin, presumably thinking this was a great stunt to pull, greeted the press by wishing them 'Happy St George's Day.' It might almost have all been comical were it not for the bile the BNP actually peddles.

Mr Griffin arrived in a maroon Range Rover. His 'security', two heavies wearing wrap-around dark glasses and ear-pieces, strutted around outside keeping an eye on a crowd of protesters who chanted 'Nazi scum'. Knowing they would attract this kind of attention, the BNP had kept the location of their manifesto launch a secret, revealing it only to 'invited guests'. But it did not take long for word to spread and after a brief game of cat and mouse the protesters soon got wind of where to go.

Among them was James Bethell, director of the anti-racist group Nothing British who have analysed the BNP's so-called policies. He described the new manifesto as 'a deluded and dangerous piece of racist ideology.' He said: 'The BNP simply don't have coherent answers to Britain's problems. They have worked up an economic policy which is based on pub room economics borrowed from Italian fascists.'

After giving his manifesto launch speech, Mr Griffin left with his 'St George'. When reporters asked the henchman in fancy dress if he felt silly, Mr Griffin butted in and asked them: 'Do you feel silly in a tie?'

That comment made about as little sense as everything else he said yesterday.

Daily Mail


blackpoolantifascist said...

90 pages just to say that they don't like black people, muslims, gays and jews. What was on the other 89.5 pages?

Barbara said...

No need for cubes, the BNP make their own laughing stock.

Anonymous said...

Griffin is an embarrassment. Im a patriot [got my flag up for St Georges day]but for Griffin to walk into a press conference with his own St George with him [a thick looking one at that to]just looked ridiculous.Then to have a pop at the media what an arsehole

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Black Adda said...

The brainwashed loser in the silly outfit is a poor man's Baldrick!!! lol

I guess, like Baldrick, he'll stick his tongue up Old Nick's arse if he asked him to, if he was out of toilet paper!

Anonymous said...

Maybe the BNP will come clean about it's control of the EDL with Mr Renton, now Islamophobia.

West Midlands Unity said...

Correction, a serious piece of shit that mad eye moody can fantasise all day about but in reality it'll never leave the Wolf's Lair (BNP HQ)

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John Charles Taylor said...

I was attacked in the street while out canvassing by the local bnp candidate for Dukinfield in Tameside, he claimed I had attacked him and went to the police who are investigating the incident.
Verbal abuse and attacks like this have been going on for ages its normal practice for this candidate, that's what we have to put up with but our campaign will continue.

Anonymous said...

"St George costume....complete with chintzy tassled tie-backs"

Friggin' Hilarious! Do you reckon that bloke's wife is scratching her head, wondering where her curtain tie-backs are?!

Anonymous said...

Has anyone done any serious research to challenge their idea about the fact that white people will become a minority in this country within two generations?

Isn't it a fact that within a generation the birth rate of immigrants to a country settles down to that country's norm - I'm sure I read that somewhere.

Anonymous said...

"Isn't it a fact that within a generation the birth rate of immigrants to a country settles down to that country's norm - I'm sure I read that somewhere"

Probably and so what if the average Brit in a hundred or so years has a slightly darker skin tone? All nations and peoples evolve and change. It's the law of nature.