May 19, 2011

Nick Griffin Wins Yet Another Award!

Well Gobble Gobble! Breaking news just reaching Turkey HQ...

Nick Griffin has been voted the 'Hardest working MEP' by the Voice of Freedom Newspaper, The BNP's in house newsletter, the quality of which has been compared to that produced by a year five pupil doing a media project (but only one he rushed so he could get to play on Call of Duty before bedtime).

Andrew Brons, knowing that nobody wastes their money on the sheet of A4 propaganda, was proud to break the news on his own blog:
"We must congratulate our Chairman for having been chosen as ‘the hardest working MEP’ by the Editor of the Voice of Freedom. A crucial factor, in the Editor’s decision, seems to have been that our Chairman had not, on this occasion, used his constituency week for a family holiday. He had been working to support the Party’s candidates in the elections – something that the rest of us could do only poorly by comparison.

His award will provide his colleagues and his fellow MEPs from all parties and all countries with the inspiration to follow in his footsteps, in the hope that we might achieve even a pale shadow of his success. I am reluctant to mention my own puny efforts in the same paragraph."
Even Brons must be cringing at writing that one!

Whether or not the VoF actually considered the many other MEP's in the European Parliament, or just the two rather unproductive ones in the BNP, or even just Nick, is unknown, but we're fairly sure it came down to being between Andrew and Nick, and of course, with Nick being the boss of the gang, he got to win it!

He wins this regardless of the fact he's spent much of his time sunning himself in Cyprus (allegedly looking for a 'bolt hole' for when the paper dragon collapses), regardless of the fact the BNP is in turmoil and most importantly; regardless of the fact he hasn't achieved anything over there in Europe in over a year!

Another thing Griffo should consider, is given the BNP's poor showing in the election, maybe he should have taken that holiday after all and left them to it?

And yet, there is one more clanger hidden from the membership of the BNP: the editor of the Voice of Freedom, is one Nicholas John Griffin! Well, even we didn't see that one coming.Who does he think he is kidding?

The award up in the next issue is for 'Most hard working Chairman of the BNP who's name begins with N'.

Turkey Breath


Anonymous said...

Talk about bullshit. I wonder if any BNP members were stupid enough to believe this?

TA said...

I wonder if any BNP members were stupid enough to believe this?

Of course they will. BNP members are stupid enough to believe anything. If they weren't, they wouldn't be in the BNP.

Anonymous said...

I reckon Andrew Brons is taking the piss.

Alfie North said...

Was it a 'Gotcha' made of plastic?

Bill said...

There's more fantasy from Porky with his latest claim that the BNP has 15,000 members! Yeah, of course it does.

Anonymous said...

come on guys Brons was taking the piss out of griffin

Anonymous said...

I thought the BNP hated the Euro parliament?

Strange to see them working so hard to keep it running efficiently.

Any principled UKIP or BNP MEP would adopt a policy similar to what Republicans had when they got elected to the House of Commons. That being, stand in the election but don't take up your seat if won.

Instead they just want to get on the Gravy Train.

Anonymous said...

Brons is clearly taking the piss.

How irony and satire seem to fall on deaf ears here worries me somewhat.

Wolfie said...

Just who is the editor of "voice of freedom", i wonder.....?

Anonymous said...

How irony and satire seem to fall on deaf ears here worries me somewhat

In our defence, and given the joke the BNP has become, trying to tell the difference between what's serious and not in that organisation can be difficult.

Anonymous said...

N(azi)griffin,oops i mean Nick griffin,is seriously a class 1 sticky round donut with a hole in the middle.the problem is the bnp sheep followers would believe him if he said the world was flat,the simple fact he's continued his quest from his tory days when he was in university,but those days he was a tory wannabe toff.his far right tendancies manifested from those dark days.9XZULUG

Anonymous said...

In fairness, the BNP are now so far beyond satire, it's difficult to spot

Anonymous said...

"The award up in the next issue is for 'Most hard working Chairman of the BNP who's name begins with N'"

Nigel Farage?, Nick Clegg?. Come on give us a clue, this is hard.

BNP Gold Member.

Anonymous said...

Hardest-working BNP MEP--quite posssibly.