July 30, 2010

Paul "Green Arrow" Morris: A Hearty Appreciation

As any parent will tell you, toddlers do a very good line in selective deafness. My own boy, in his younger days, could manage blank indifference to a level that would foil a brainscan if asked to come and have his dinner, or put his toys away, yet could detect the music of an ice cream van or a rustling sweet wrapper in another town.

Such is the case with Paul “Green Arrow” Morris. A windy old blowhard who will drunkenly shout the virtues of his beloved BNP while portraying a suspiciously homoerotic fixation on its wonky–eyed leader, and yet will conveniently retreat into a world of Carthusian silence whenever an inconvenient truth emerges that might shatter his world view.

Like the fact that the Party have failed to submit their accounts on time. Again.

Over on Morris' blog today, for example, we have a bizarre rant on the usual theme of Europe about to be invaded by hordes of Muslims with their funny curved swords and their penchant for white women; a piece about how Idealogical Tory David Cameron is actually leading a Marxist government dedicated to the overthrow of the White Race, and an aside (from Morris himself) about how Mark “Naziboy” Collett may THINK he's got away with his dastardly plot to assassinate the Dear Leader, but you can jolly well bet your boots that the ones he “threatened” will – even now – be getting ready to launch a private prosecution against the would–be murderer and so drag him through the courts after all.

Because obviously the BNP Leadership would love to have the opportunity to air their internal wranglings in open court, and never, ever pass up such a chance. (Cheap sarcasm there.)

Whether or not the much–quoted story about Morris boiling cans of cheap lager in order to “increase the alcohol content” is true, he's clearly a man with issues.

The failure to submit accounts is serious. It demonstrates, yet again, that the BNP are NOT a “serious, legitimate” political party. It shows that they can't even fulfil the most basic requirements of playing with the Big Boys. It might even suggest (to all but the most na├»ve supplicant) that the Leadership are in a blind panic, have something to hide, and that Butler and the anti–Griffin factions might just have a point, after all.

Not so with Morris, though. Like a toddler who doesn't want to eat his broccoli, the old fool ignores it in the hope that the whole nasty business will go away.

As with the accounts, so with wrongfully dismissed BNP staffer Michaela Mackenzie. Despite the fact that she was offered a financial settlement by Griffin who has since reneged on the deal, and is currently on the verge of beginning bankruptcy proceedings, there's no mention of this minor detail of Party affairs from the fearless Morris.

Morris is happier living within a fantasy world (as beautifully outlined in an astonishing piece some time ago where he – with childlike innocence – portrays himself and his dim bulb mates as “The Three Welsh Musketeers”). A fantasy world in which He, the sagacious and respected old military commander, sits tirelessly at his keyboard, marshalling the dwindling forces of Light and Decency in his neverending struggle to defend his beloved Nation from an onslaught of Orc–like Darkness.

In Morris World, too, the fact that I'm writing this piece serves only to illustrate the righteousness of his stance: Lefty Morons like myself only attack him because he's right, and we're terrified of his intellect and his fearless warrior bearing.

Sorry, G.A., I actually write this piece because I – along with all of the anti–fascists I know and (judging by the chatter on far–right talkboards) most of your own side - think you're absolutely bloody hilarious: The kind of self–deluded old keyboard warrior who does nothing but good for your enemies' cause.

Carry on, Old Boy! Pip, Pip!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good piece Andyminion. While reading a picture of that old cartoon of Captain Pugwash flashed across my mind/

tulip

Denise said...

I was thinking more of Seaman Stains, Tulip :-)

Good-ho, Andy!

Anonymous said...

The private prosecution 'fantasy' that Morris advances with respect to Collett is laughable. There hasn't been a successful one in living memory & quite how he thinks the BNP are going to pay for this type of litigation is beyond me.

I've been intrigued by the 'boiled lager' anecdote since Bennett broke the story in May. I'm going to have a go at it next week & I'll report back with my results.

gtm

Anonymous said...

Bilston North by election yesterday. BNP polls 6.6% against
11.7% in May.

Another piss-poor performance.

Congratulations to all helped bring this about.

(Wolverhampton MDC).

AndyMinion said...

"I'm going to have a go at it next week & I'll report back with my results."

Thanks for that: I'm sure we'll all be fascinated to hear the results (provided the can doesn't explode!).

Nice to think that there are those in the Anti Fascist movement dedicated to carrying out such cutting edge research into the Great Questions of the Day.

P.S: If, by some miracle, it does work, I've got an onopened case of Carlsberg ready to go, along with a form to nominate Morris for the 2011 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

Anonymous said...

Good article Andy.
As someone myself who was once lured into the trap of the bnp morris and his ilk will soon be carried off on stretchers wearing straight jackets for shock vibe electro treatment and i hope the one eyed monster from his own native wales can be soldered to the green arrows backside for his life of eternity of fun of licking the prats arsehole.

Anonymous said...

"P.S: If, by some miracle, it does work, I've got an onopened case of Carlsberg ready to go, along with a form to nominate Morris for the 2011 Nobel Prize for Chemistry."

Errr Don't you mean physics ??

Mind you I am minded to donate my used insulin injectors to the know all of Nantyglo so that he may inject his condensed larger, preferably when it is hot and bubbling.

Old Sailor

Pete Green said...

"My own boy, in his younger days, could manage blank indifference to a level that would foil a brainscan if asked to come and have his dinner, or put his toys away, yet could detect the music of an ice cream van or a rustling sweet wrapper in another town."

Beautifully written. Welcome to LU Andy.

Anonymous said...

"I'm going to have a go at it next week & I'll report back with my results."

You have to pull the ring to remove the CO2. Don't even think of placing an unopened can of anything which is pressurised into boiling hot water.

I nearly said ringpiece and had a horrible momentary image of Nick Griffin and his years at Cambridge with Martin ......well you can get the drift!

Landale said...

I think you'll have the same success with concentrating alcohol by heating the lager as those who tried to concentrate hydrogen peroxide by heating it.

The only thing, if warming the lager then drinking it (<74 degrees C the boiling point of ethanol) then drinking it might mean that the warmth of the liquid dilates the blood vessels of the stomach meaning that the alcohol is taken up more quickly (There are simalr effects with a hot toddy). Hence the perception that the drink has been strengthened.

How sad you must be to do that!! or even wonder about the whys and wherefores ;-)

But then GA or anybody with those ideas, is I guess that sad!

ex-bnp 2009 said...

Very well written, keep it coming please! That Morris has he head so far up fatty one-eye’s pork bloated and stagnant interior, you can’t tell where he finishes and Gri££in begins.

On a slightly different subject, has anyone watched the 1980’s classic ‘Dune’ recently? I dug out an old DVD with it on, nearly pissed myself. Check out the character the ‘Baron’ and see if he looks strikingly familiar?

And yes, I should get out more.

Echelon_g26 said...

What worries me is what happens when the BNP implodes? A lot of those who Gri££in has expelled or marginalised might just get together in a loose coalition to run independant candidates and God knows what else. (If God exists that is!)

Then again, the state may not want the BNP to fold, but what do they do about Gri££in's Kamikaze tendancies?

5IMon Darby bailed out at an interesting time, watch for him making a return to help keep the party together

Anonymous said...

Sorry to briefly change the subject, have a look at Butlers site this morning, 3 very interesting new videos of M Mackenzie on J Dowson.

tulip

Anonymous said...

Just to ask all of you who are considering the experiment with the beer, can you please put advance warnings of possible explosion, for anyone likely to visit on the front door.

tulip