You won't see me coming....
"I would not want to share a drink with Glenys Kinnock," said Mr Griffin, speaking to The Times outside the chamber. "She is a political prostitute, simple as that."
I'm actually sniggering at how pathetic Labour MP's are behaving towards the BNP. Hell, it's their fault we have the BNP in Europe. Tough Titties, I say... and ain't democracy wonderful !!!!It's worth getting those two in Brussels (not that they can do much harm), just to watch Labour and their cronies squirm :)
"Mr Brons, who plans to share an apartment in Brussels with Mr Griffin, said: "We will attend on every occasion we can." " Oh dear, the UAF are going to have fun trying to make something of that. I think the reader comments thread sums up the popular response effectively. (I mean, these people can't all be organized BNP shills, can they?) I do like this reader comment about Griffin's Glenda remark: "That's a bit harsh. There's nothing political about her. "I'll make my mind up on the prostitute if she ever tells us what she was doing with her colleague on that small island retreat, when the civil war broke out. "Charles, London"
Cripes! I had no idea she was political.
On the BBC's Today programme this morning Humphrys was "interviewing" (in inverted commas since simultaneous interviewing and fellatio is, I understand, physically difficult) Tutu and asked him - or rather stated - how disappointed Tutu must be in "democracy" given that the BNP had 2 MEPs elected to the European Parliament. Tutu said it was all to do with the global recession (which, he forbore to tell us, "started in the US"). A democrat (rather than an, admittedly courageous, bigmouth) would have said "well, that's what democracy is all about - what's the problem?"
"t's worth getting those two in Brussels (not that they can do much harm), just to watch Labour and their cronies squirm :)" And while they are plotting against them, they aren't plotting against us!"I mean, these people can't all be organized BNP shills, can they?" No. But that'll be the tack they use when it's raised."A democrat (rather than an, admittedly courageous, bigmouth) would have said "well, that's what democracy is all about - what's the problem?"" Indeed. What IS the problem?
"Indeed. What IS the problem?"The problem is that the political class is scared it might actually lose its grip. Not, of course, that Griffin and friends wouldn't love to join the class were they allowed to. But Griffin shouldn't lose heart. Were the BNP a real threat. Were the BNP to displace one of the major parties, Griffin would be right in there.After all, stranger things have happened in the very recent past: the PIRA shite whose principals, McGuinness and Adams, despite their backgrounds in thuggery and murder, have been welcomed into the club by our rulers. So don't think it can't happen here - it's already happened.
Umbongo makes good points, but the gimmick is, "the political class" can never lose its grip. It merely adopts and adapts. Going by Nick G's appearance on last Sunday's Andrew Marr show, he can tone it down and waffle reasonable-sounding stuff with the best of them.Nick G was at great pains to point out the difference between traditional British gypsies (who ply an honest trade and leave a site spotlessly clean) with Romanian or Irish gypsies who are just louts and criminals who'll leave a site looking like a rubbish dump.
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