May 18, 2010

A touch of the Moonies

Sycophant –noun: a self-seeking, servile flatterer; fawning parasite; lickspittle; toady; crawler; lackey; Paul Morris.

Somewhere in deepest South Wales there sits a man with only a keyboard and an internet connection for company. With his right hand he's probably glugging on the cheap Tesco lager he apparently boils down in an effort to improve the alcoholic content, while his left hand is out of sight, but curiously active, as his thoughts focus upon the one true love of his life, that great architect of the BNP's Great Leap into the abyss, Nicholas John Griffin.

No greater love has this earth ever known than that of the penny-pinching Green Arrow Paul Morris for his increasingly wealthy leader. Morris, we recall, was the man who told us in all seriousness that he prayed for Nick Griffin and lay awake at night worrying about his safety. Before the general election, in a typically extravagant outbreak of toe-curling fervour, he rhapsodised:
Nick Griffin is special. He is not like other men. He understands that the rank and file of the British National Party are its backbone. He genuinely cares about not just his country but the members of the Party that has brought to where it is today [sic]. If I did not believe that then I would not be writing now. You guys about to go leafleting and canvassing would be putting your feet up now if you did not believe in him. The truth is this and some might think it dramatic but it is true. There is no other political leader in this country who so inspires his supporters that they would be prepared to risk their lives for him.
Now I don't know about you, but to me there appears to be more than a touch of the Moonies about this unnatural devotion of Paul Morris to a man who thinks he's a twit, as if Morris were having the greatest difficulties in distinguishing the allegedly political BNP from a Jim Jones-like religious cult.

For some considerable time now visiting the chapel of strangulated spelling and grotesque grammar that is his website has been like landing in the middle of Stepford, with the difference that not only have the wives been replaced by inanely smiling and slavishly compliant look-a-likes, but so have the husbands. There is nowhere else in cyberspace quite like it - a worshipful gathering of cranks, kooks and offenders against good English at one in their belief that Britain lives under the yoke of a Marxist government intent on forcing them to become gay Muslim paedophiles (or something like that), which government can only be overthrown by the infallable strategic planning sourced in the formidable intellect of Saint Nicholas Griffin.

Saint Nick, of course, is ultimately responsible for the strategy that led the BNP to repeat all the mistakes made by the National Front in its 1979 electoral wipe-out, and to succeed in doing it - as Griffin and his supporters repeatedly stated - at a time of "exponentially growing support", "perfect conditions", [insert hyperbole here] etc., etc. In other words, conditions that were the polar opposite of those faced by the National Front in 1979.

If anybody had failed to be impressed with the widespread notion that electoral support for the BNP was exploding beyond its natural bounds, it was us. We weren't impressed by their performances in the locals of 2007 and 2008, nor in the Euros (for reasons we detailed at the time) and ever since, when, in by-election after by-election we recorded nothing but retreats in all but one case where the BNP's results could be measured against previous outings, and poor to indifferent showings elsewhere.

With this woeful track-record somehow ignored or explained away to their satisfaction, BNP members enthusiastically set about building their general election campaign on the expectation of voting riches to come, so closeted in the self-sustaining world of unreality Saint Nick had built around them that they never noticed for a moment that BNP support was in fact, to use the unlovely American expression, in the toilet.

Naturally they had to be opposed in their areas of localised strength, and sometimes they managed to do us that favour themselves in precisely those areas, as per the Alby Walker and Bob Bailey debacles in Stoke and Barking.

To come away with a 1.9% vote share and the loss of most of its councillors was a seismic shock to the faithful, who thought they might just scrape an MP or two, save most of their deposits, and fix the jewel of Barking and Dagenham council firmly into their crown.

1.9% is shockingly bad, by whatever yardstick is used. For comparison, the NF took 0.7% in 1979, and lost every deposit. If the same rules by which the 1979 general election was held were in place today every BNP candidate other than Nick Griffin would have lost their deposit. Griffin, of course, ensured that the bulk of the BNP's financial and manpower resources were recklessly sunk into his own campaign, since he could not be seen to do worse than the discarded Richard Barnbrook in 2005. Somehow, despite all the effort and all the expense, he contrived to do just that.

As the enormity of the defeat sank in, so began the recriminations.

Griffin, not being the kind of leader who accepts responsibility for his own decisions, began by fingering the sacked Eddy Butler and Simon Bennett, with whom he picked a completely unnecessary fight just days before polling. There was also the excuse of "changing demographics" in east London, which the genius of the BNP's messiah had somehow failed to notice until the votes were counted, "massive voting fraud", and (surprise, surprise) unspecified internal wreckers and malcontents.

Bennett's removal of the BNP website just before polling can have had almost no effect on the BNP's vote, despite increasingly persistent attempts by Griffinites to pin much of the blame for their leader's self-induced catastrophe upon him. And, of course, Griffin only noticed how appalling an electoral strategist Eddy Butler really was when, prior to the election, Butler was rumoured to be involved in plans for a post-election leadership challenge.

Just as the National Front's 1979 rout led to the deposing of chairman John Tyndall, so the calls for the deposing of Nick Griffin are growing, even among those who have previously demonstrated a level of belief in the man not so far removed from that of Paul Morris and his collection of gullible fawners.

Attempts to show that, in some strange way, the BNP advanced and is now "a force to be reckoned with" that is "feared by the establishment" are falling on deaf ears. You simply can't argue with 1.9%. It is atrociously bad. It is worse than even the most optimistic of the BNP's opponents dared imagine. Even yours truly, never one to overestimate the BNP's electoral performances, thought they would poll an average 4%.

And so, despite all the hype, the hope, the expectation - and the dizzying amounts of cash they invested - the membership of the BNP came away from their "breakthrough" election in negative territory. All was for nothing, and less than nothing, all of it turned to dust on the overweening hubris of the man they believed would lead them into the promised land of mainstream respectability.

No amount of comparing the vote this time with last time is working. Repeating ad nauseam that the BNP with its 2.2% beat some unheard of party in some distant reach of the country is having zero effect. Claiming that the BNP tripled its vote while neglecting to mention that it also tripled its candidate numbers is seen through in an instant.

No, you can't argue with 1,9%. It's a figure that invites the ridicule of the BNP's opponents and is guaranteed to nurture demoralisation and dissatisfaction among the faithful - and that demoralisation and dissatisfaction is widespread is immediately evident to anybody with an internet connection.

We are aware of a number of organisers glumly complaining that members are jumping ship. Of course they are - they want tangible results for their £30 a year, their endless donations and their tireless efforts, just as all those NF members did in 1979. And if they don't get tangible results, if all their leader can offer is electoral obliteration, a slew of weak excuses that would insult the intelligence of an ant, and an internal witch-hunt, then they are very likely to take pattern by the vast majority of their NF counterparts in 1979, and leave the whole pointless shambles behind.

Not so that living embodiment of cringing sycophancy Paul Morris. Ridiculed and derided as much by his own side as ours, this pompous collection of petty hatreds and frustrations has a fondness for posing as a knowledgeable bod with the inside track on the BNP and a good deal of influence with its leader, who, he doubtless convinces himself, fulsomely returns Morris's respect and admiration.

Morris also has a fondness for posing as a man with a nationalist past. In BNP circles, to claim that you were a member of the 1970s National Front is akin to claiming that your father landed on the beaches at Normandy (which just happens to be another of Morris's claims). It earns you veteran status, the right to respect, the right to pontificate from atop a tower of hard won experience. It is exactly what Paul Morris most yearns for, and so in an early and unwise pop at BNP "traitors and fifth columnists" so littered with typos, errors and execrable grammar we assume it to have been tapped out under the influence of several saucepans-worth of boiled lager, Morris makes the claim that "I once belonged to and physically fought for on the streets, the National Front" [sic].

Er, no Paul. You didn't. You were never a member of the National Front, as we have said before when you have made this claim, and we have our information from one of the best sources there is. No doubt you desperately wish now that you had joined the National Front "three years after I had left the Royal Navy", but you didn't. You left a doubtless grateful navy and joined the National Party, which vanished in 1977. And that was the end of you for 30 years.

It would be cruel to have too much fun at the expense of Paul Morris, since he is so good as to provide us with unmatched comedic entertainment at every opportunity he can find. "Dice are rolling, the knives are out" was his first airing of the BNP's extremely dirty laundry in public, in which he slated Simon Bennett (for whom he has developed an almost maniacal dislike) and Mark Collett - "Quite frankly I have always distrusted him and having access to information that I cannot yet divulge, my fears about his honesty and integrity I believe were found to be correct."

There's Morris the all-knowing, tipping the wink and tapping his nose that he's a Very Important Person, privy to information better not shared with lesser mortals. If you must, backpage through his interminable blogged screeds to find quite a different picture.

By last Friday, when the best option for the BNP would have been to shut the doors, close the windows and conduct its screaming match in the privacy of its own home, Morris decided to hook up loudspeakers to the outside wall and broadcast the unseemly squabble to the world, in a long-winded rant that now included Eddy Butler among the growing list of enemies entitled "Is it time for a Night of the Long Knives?".

We seriously doubt that Morris has met most of those he so freely attacks, but Griffin has spoken, and any enemy of Griffin is an enemy of the unctuous Paul Morris; and if they're an enemy of Morris, they're automatically the enemy of the little army of Morrisettes who gather together on his blog in a daily competition to see who can fawn best to Griffin in the greatest number of misspellings.

Now we have been rather quiet on the matter of the growing rifts within the BNP, largely because there's not much we can say while they so publicly tear lumps out of each other - it's been a case of getting in the popcorn, sitting back and watching the show.

So who's doing the greatest damage to the BNP in the early stages of the post-election civil war?

Naturally, the largest part of it must be laid at the farmhouse door of serial self-preservationist Nicholas Griffin, but for our money the hands down winner is not Simon Bennett or Eddy Butler but one unremittingly stupid Welshman with a computer, a supply of boiled lager, unfortunate amounts of free time in which to consume it, and an unnatural fixation on the personality of a political failure, aided and abetted by that weird congregation of unthinking Morris-alikes who prostrate themselves at the shrine of Saint Nick.

Drink, anybody?

37 comments:

Anonymous said...

I left the BNP when it turned into a cult. Griffin as the reverend moon and Jefferson and the wingfields as subservient lackies,,,,sad

DT said...

Bloody superb Denise, thanks.

Anonymous said...

"Nick Griffin is special. He is not like other men."

That at least is true, thank God.

Sputnik said...

Superb article.

Anonymous said...

"Drink, anybody?"

I'll put the saucepan on the hob :-)

Classic Lancaster Unity. Great stuff, Denise.

Anonymous said...

"Jim Jones-like religious cult"

Let's hope the BNP DO turn into a Jim Jones-like cult!

Kool Aid anyone?!

Anonymous said...

Does anybody know what happened to Collett?

I have heard he received a massive pay-off from Griffin and Dowson, in order to buy his silence, the minute he started to tout his dirt on Griffin around 'Fleet Street'. His BNP membership was reinstated as well.

Anonymous said...

Excellent Article. I remember reading on here last year that the BNP election results were on a downward spiral and even their so-called breakthrough at the 2009 Euro election disguised the fact that the only reason they got two MEP's was that the Labour vote stayed at home and the turnout was small.

I reckon the BNP could have reached their peak (which was around 2005-2006)although it would be dumb to count them out entirely. Some people reckon they could split into different factions and become much more violent like the NF did from 1980 onwards. That's fairly unlikely because the present day BNP membership is much older, on average, than the youthful NF and have never been prone to street activity (prefering the safety of the internet). The BNP will, hopefully, just fade away fairly quietly.

AndyMinion (BatsMan) said...

Excellent article, Denise - thanks.

Anonymous said...

The election results will have to have a massive impact on both morale and internal cohesion. Many ordinary members will give up in disillusionment. A split will be welcome as it will dilute what's left of their electoral threat and lead to beans-spilling as one set dishes the dirt on another set. We may yet see Collett at al telling their stories.

anarchist said...

Most amusing!

Anonymous said...

Sycophant is perfect..... it wasn't long ago that he was causing trouble for the BNP.

Maybe now that simon benett has gone. Morris can see his ego increase.

Barb said...

Nothing better than the scuttlerbutt when thieves and scoundrels fall out.
Great piece, Denise. Pass the popcorn.

Anonymous said...

Poor old Paul. The alcohol found in his cheap lager evaporates at a lower temperature than water - so heating it actually reduces the alcohol content.

Dimwit (allegedly).

Anonymous said...

he has a paltalk room called "the home of the green arrow promoting the bnp" its fun being a room distrupter

irishtony said...

my comments have not been getting through lately.......However Great and and very witty article cheers

Andrew said...

The barmpot is now having a go at LGBT people and the Labour party with his article "Gay good - patriotism bad".

In an article uploaded today, Tuesday, 18 May 2010 at 12:11, he attacks the "Labour-controlled" Blackpool council for apparently preventing taxi drivers wearing football shirts in the run up to the world cup, while allowing the Rainbow flag to be flown from the Town Hall during Blackpool Pride.

I immediately smelt a rat because Labour lost control of Blackpool in May 2007.

All becomes clear if you look at the reference for his story, a Daily Mail report. The report is dated May 20, 2006....

John P said...

It's coming up to silly season because of the World Cup.
Expect endless stories about people not being able to fly the flag of St George, kids not being able to wear the England kit to school, shops forced to take down bunting and all the rest of the clap trap.

ken red said...

Brilliant denise! But to be fair green Arrow was becoming influential through the team writers he brought on. Thats evaporating since Rugfish took over.
Just look at this for a love song to Mr.Griffin! This is when you seriouly wonder what the other hand id doing while he writes in such glowing raptures to the objet of his love and devotion. I nearly vomitted when I read it!

http://www.thegreenarrow.co.uk/index.php/writers/rugfish/1802-thank-you-for-just-being-you-mr-griffin

Anonymous said...

he has a paltalk room called "the home of the green arrow promoting the bnp" its fun being a room distrupter

That's very naughty.

While Poor Old Paul was busy dealing with disrupters in his paltalk room others were able to post unhindered in his forum.

Pip pip.

ex-fascist said...

@ John P

It's already doing the rounds on Facebook now you mention it - stories of police going into pubs and clubs and threatening people with arrest for wearing the English shirt. There is a viral "pass it on" thing - being a biddy I'm not entirely sure how it works but it is clear somebody is trying to stir things.

The problem is that there are many who will believe this kind of thing. That is why, in my view, it is important for the progressive and tolerant majority to claim events such as St. George's Day rather than shun them.

In my neck of the woods there were St. George's Day activities with various ethnic foods on sale and which in one case the local Somali group took the lead in organising, even selling t-shirts with the name of their group emblazoned on the English flag.

Our football team is itself a great example of multi-culturalism at work. Sorry if I'm stating the obvious but the fascists should not be given a free shot at this.

Anonymous said...

From the BNP website:

If you are still using your old BNP email account please stop using it immediately as they are no longer controlled by the party.

That's a shame. It means everyone has to re-apply.

PLEASE NOTE: All requests will be double-checked against our Officer Registration Database to ascertain validity, all bogus requests will be deleted.

I do hope no-one wastes the BNP's time.

Anonymous said...

http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/group.php?gid=123109607713833&v=wall

The neo nazi rumour mill is grinding one out again.

Anonymous said...

Re: the claptrap about police banning England shirts doing the rounds on facebook

I had to do a bit of myth-busting and inform all my friends who posting this rubbish and then going on a rant about the 'ethnics' stopping us from being proud to be british.

I tracked down the source of the spreading to a local BNP member who I share a couple of mutual friends with.

Anonymous said...

Ian McKlatchie

GA...

Throwing a tantrum with us (Mods, included) and locking a thread isn't helping us to find out what is going on, in a time of confusion and rumour-saturation. We're hurting for want of information...we're flying blind, right now.

It's clear that you enjoy either more (or just more accurate and trustworthy) information about what is going on at the top of the BNP.

If that is truly the case, then, instead of locking our threads (wherein all we're trying to do is empathise with one another and attempt to collate and assess what it is that we DO know)...

PLEASE...JUST TELL US WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW SO THAT WE CAN RETURN TO FEELING AS CONFIDENT AS YOU ARE IN THE SENIORS' BEHAVIOURS, AND IN THE CURRENT AND LIKELY FUTURE RUNNING OF THE BNP.

Whatever you know that gives you your laudibly unwavering confidence in the top dogs of the BNP...tell us what it is.

We envy you for it! We want that, also! Let us in on it! Let us enjoy it!

Whatever it is, it's likely to be very important to us, also - because, it appears that none of us knows, right now and there are many paying and loyal members, and keen supporters, who deserve some answers.

Is it so bad for us to wonder what is happening at the helm of the BNP, at the present time?

What is the entire picture at the top of the BNP, right now, and what has happened between the eve of the General Election, and now? Far too many of us are, frankly, baffled and completely in the dark.

I accept that I will be demoted and/or banned for placing this post, here, but that's an easy price for me to pay. All I ask is that you just tell the folks who are still posting here what it is that is going on in the BNP, right now! I've spent days feeling their pain.

Are we/they asking for such a great deal?

Ian.

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Essexboy

Over the past two years i have responded immediately to Nicks emails for donations and support, Like you Ian i feel that the party is in complete disarray and we are being kept in the dark.
I can understand the leadership not wishing to wash their dirty washing in public but there is no reason why they cant send an email to their loyal paid up supporters and explain whats going on,,they don't find it difficult to send emails when they need support so why doesn't it work both ways.
As i've already stated ,i have withdrawn my financial support for the BNP until I'm sure whats going on,,
i am still a nationalist and supporter of our cause but i am not prepared to be taken for a fool and donate money to an unknown recipient.
The sooner this mess is cleared up the better for all concerned otherwise we will be the laughing stock of the Marxist traitors who must by now be jumping for joy.
Not to mention any guests that are reading these comments and considering whether or not to sign up as members,, they must be wondering if we are a democracy or a "DICTATORSHIP" where one man has the power to hit the "KILL" button as soon as someone hits a nerve.

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That's all responding to

Green Arrow

Belle as been banned.

This site supports the chairman of the BNP 100% - always has done and always will.

Anyone who has a problem with that then please feel free to go elsewhere to debate the subject.

This thread is locked.

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Belle was just asking what's going on. S/he posted in the Shitebag's General Board - "discuss anything you like" (!)

Looks like Morris warned all his mods privately they'd be banned if anything not 100% pro Griffy appeared.

"supports the chairman", what over and above the BNP?

They've got to be headed for meltdown. These are super loyal Griffin cocksuckers, all of them.

Anonymous said...

What type of political party would ever consider letting this sick creature stand for them?

'BNP council candidate found guilty of assaulting two women'

http://www.thisiscroydontoday.co.uk/news/BNP-council-candidate-guilty-assaulting-women/article-2094354-detail/article.html

'A BNP local council hopeful was thrown out of a pub after a woman supporter allegedly performed a sex act on him.'

http://www.metro.co.uk/news/election/824989-general-election-2010-bnp-hopeful-in-sex-act

Anonymous said...

From GA!
Rules for the Forum
« Result #1 Today at 12:06pm »

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Right then guys time is tight so I will be brief and remind you of the rules of this forum.

This site supports the British National Party and its Chairman Nick Griffin 100%.

It will not tolerate the chairman being referred to as "Griffin" who deserves our respect and I will ban any person who refers to him in that way.

I accept the BNP should be more open and disseminate information downwards and that is something I will be trying to do something about and rest assured I will kick up a fuss.

However I will not allow this site to be divided over those who have problems with the Party Leadership and use skilful words to attack the chairman and thereby undermining the party itself.

If you wish to debate people like Collett, Buttler, etc then take it to the Democracy Forum where you can say what you like but I will not have it on this site. Go vent your spleen there and then come back to this site. Easy really.

This site is not a democracy and for those of you who have a problem with that then you know where the door is. Feel free to go create your own forum - post a link to it here on this site and then leave. I will then close your account on this site.

I regrettably just do not have any free time to keep an eye on this site or join in with the discussions I just wish I did.

Should this nonsense continue, I will first ban several people. If it then continues I will just lock the site until I have time to manage it properly.

Now I leave it up to you.

Anonymous said...

'A BNP local council hopeful was thrown out of a pub after a woman supporter allegedly performed a sex act on him.'

Perhaps it was a bit of teabagging, inspired by their Tea Party chums?

Anonymous said...

Should this nonsense continue, I will first ban several people. If it then continues I will just lock the site until I have time to manage it properly.

Now I leave it up to you.


Up to us, then!

B31 Antifascist said...

It will not tolerate the chairman being referred to as "Griffin" who deserves our respect and I will ban any person who refers to him in that way.

Heil Hitler (Caesar, Napoleon, Mugabe)???

This site is not a democracy

Speaks volumes about the BNP.


Should this nonsense continue, I will first ban several people.

In true fascist style eh? What a chode this Morris person is!

Anonymous said...

LMAO.

ex-fascist said...

"Heil Hitler"

You mean Heil Adolf Hitler, right?

Anonymous said...

'A BNP local council hopeful was thrown out of a pub after a woman supporter allegedly performed a sex act on him.'

Typical of BNP Croydon branch. Freaks, Nazis and Perverts, the lot of 'em.

BTW Would the 'woman supporter' be a certain Charlotte Lewis perhaps?

Anonymous said...

Simon Bennett posting on BDF:

"Paul Morris likes to think he is connected with "those at the top" when in fact he isn't. Those at the top laugh at him and keep him at arms length. He is nothing more than a useful idiot in times of desperate need. He knows nothing of what is happening at BNP HQ I assure you."

Morris has shut down his forum and booted most of his mods because they wouldn't just stick Griffin's dick in their mouth and suck hard.

Some of them have gone to the British Democracy Forum. These are people who were Griffin's biggest cheerleaders. If they're pissed off Griffin's in deep shit.

Anonymous said...

One of Morris's sacked mods on BDF:

Well...

Up until late yesterday afternoon, or early yesterday evening, I was a Global Mod' on there, also.

I'd spent a long time reading posts from those who were puzzled about what was going on "at the top" of the BNP. I had done a lot of wondering, also, since the eve of the General Election. Nobody had answers. Nobody was telling us anything. Anybody who said the wrong thing (even when not specifically harmful or offensive) were given the boot.

As long as that was ongoing, I decided that my remaining there would be as good as giving my blessing to their removal, so I decided to just throw a post up, with the upper case title of, "TO GREEN ARROW..." and this was, as accurately as my records can reproduce, what I actually said...

"GA...

Throwing a tantrum with us (Mods, included) and locking a thread isn't helping us to find out what is going on, in a time of confusion and rumour-saturation. We're hurting for want of information...we're flying blind, right now. It's clear that you enjoy either more (or just more accurate and trustworthy) information about what is going on at the top of the BNP. If that is truly the case, then, instead of locking our threads (wherein all we're trying to do is empathise with one another and attempt to collate and assess what it is that we DO know)...

PLEASE...JUST TELL US WHAT WE NEED TO KNOW SO THAT WE CAN RETURN TO FEELING AS CONFIDENT AS YOU ARE IN THE SENIORS' BEHAVIOURS, AND IN THE CURRENT AND LIKELY FUTURE RUNNING OF THE BNP.

Whatever you know that gives you your laudidbly unwavering confidence in the top dogs of the BNP...tell us what it is.

We envy you for it! We want that, also! Let us in on it! Let us enjoy it!

Whatever it is, it's likely to be very important to us, also - because, it appears that none of us knows, right now and there are many paying and loyal members, and keen supporters, who deserve some answers.

Is it so bad for us to wonder what is happening at the helm of the BNP, at the present time?
What is the entire picture at the top of the BNP, right now, and what has happened between the eve of the General Election, and now? Far too many of us are, frankly, baffled and completely in the dark. I accept that I will be demoted and/or banned for placing this post, here, but that's an easy price for me to pay. All I ask is that you just tell the folks who are still posting here what it is that is going on in the BNP, right now! I've spent days feeling their pain.

Are we/they asking for such a great deal?


Ian.

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The thread gathered a couple of replies. Then, somebody deleted the header post and left the body to wriggle, hanging in the air, not making a great deal of sense to anybody who had not read my opener. So, I added another post to that thread, repeating the text that appears in red, above. DING! And, there I was...gone!

Suffice to say that I could be a great deal more bothered.

If having my say (and expressing what I knew to already be the sentiment/s of many other confused members, over there) serves as a way in which others on the GA forum may feel that somebody, somewhere - has understood them, has listened to them, and has reflected their own feelings, also, then it's not been an entire waste of time...it was kinda worth doing.

Blind allegiance, regardless of what it is to, should remain with the first person who chooses to adopt it as a part of their personal philosophy. It should go no further, and should certainly not be force-fed to those clearly unwilling to swallow it up and make it their own.

Ian.

B31 Antifascist said...

"Heil Hitler"

You mean Heil Adolf Hitler, right?


No I meant Charlie Hitler who works part time in the Red Lion and drives a Vauxhall fucking Cavalier.

Antifascist said...

'No I meant Charlie Hitler who works part time in the Red Lion and drives a Vauxhall fucking Cavalier.'

LMAO :-)