Thursday, October 22, 2009

Compare and contrast...


A comment from Media Slag's Diary, from a leftie luvvie -

I do remember in my youth being at a Fabian meeting in Cambridge which was disrupted when someone who looked very like Nick Griffin threw a firework into the room. Having suffered temporary deafness for a period of 1 to 2 hours as a result I do find it highly ironic that Griffin is now a beneficiary of the freedom of speech which he seeks to destroy for others at every opportunity - but I suppose decent people always have to aspire to higher standards that the evil ones. One would hope that the Police are scrutinising the text of what Griffin says so that the moment he makes a single comment inciting racial hatred he is subject to the full force of the law. And as the programme is not being transmitted live - I trust the BBC will be ready to cut out any such illegal statements prior to transmission.



Compare against the chants of his 'anti fascist fascist' chums gathered outside the BBC -


"Build a bonfire, build a bonfire, put Nick Griffin on the top, put the Nazis in the middle, and burn the fucking lot".


'nuff said.

6 comments:

Quiet_Man said...

Yep, I think it's becoming very apparent who the real fascists are. The BNP (Usual BNP disclaimer, abhorrent, racist etc) are playing a blinder so far. Still there's always a chance for griffin to blow it in QT, but really all he has to do is be reasonable and he's won.

banned said...

Why haven't the Police done the raggies book, ' The Q'ran ', for inciting homophobic hate crime with all that " chuck the queer cunts off the mountain " stuff ? A bit over the top really after all.

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Bonnie Greer kicked his sycophantically giggling arse.

Dark Lochnagar said...

Not so sure at the end. His vote is in the North of England not West London which was obvious from the makeup of the audience.

Barking Spider said...

That fucking audience was loaded with luvvies and the fascists were out in the street. They wasted a prime opportunity to dismantle him with proper debate instead of that whipped-up frenzy. No wonder they're gaining seats.

killemallletgodsortemout said...

I don't vote BNP, nor will I ever but Griffin the Underdog will score highly in the polls following this BBC/media QT shambles.

Apparently, next weeks panel will include the disgraced former Home Secretary Smith.

I wonder whether or not next weeks audience will be allowed to barrack Jacqui Smith as much as they were allowed to get to Griffin.

I wonder whether there will be any protest - rightful protest, in my view - outside the BBC about a woman who owes us £116,000?

I wonder if it will be the Jacqui Smith QT Show, as last night was clearly the Nick Griffin QT show?

Answers on a postcard.....