NickGriffin

NickGriffin

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480 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Finally — Financial ... · 1 reply · +6 points

I'm reading short pieces of it most nights in Brussels before going to sleep. Tim is right, it's very good and highly recommended. Can't say more now, off to sink some boats!

481 weeks ago @ The British National P... - Islamists Call on Musl... · 1 reply · +4 points

Sarkozy is essentially a conman in the David Cameron mode (I suppose that should be vice versa, but never mind), but their twin empty pronouncements against the burqua - while aimed at taking votes from the Front National and the BNP - will further radicalise the Muslim Ummah/Fifth Column across Europe. They'd do well to keep their electioneering gimmicks til the late autumn, rather than flicking lighted matches into the powerkegs which were stable French and English cities until the political elite started their crazy 'experiment'. Best wishes to all site visitors and BNP activists.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - UAF Violence: Nick Gri... · 3 replies · +7 points

Thanks Stuart, though that was no 'innocent passer by'. I saw her moments before she lunged at me as we got near the car. Dreadlocked hair, her face contorted with hate and screaming like a banshee. Typical UAF charmer.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - The town where "t... · 0 replies · +9 points

I must correct Martin. Despite all that has been thrown at the BNP in Oldham - including a stitch up agreement by the two poisonous local newspapers to run 'positive' spin stories on the multi-cult every single day, and the expenditure of millions of pounds of taxpayers' and union members' money on permanent bogus 'community campaigners' and anti-BNP propaganda - a hardcore of party activists have been campaigning several times a week since well before the campaign. My thanks to Roy Goodwin who has helped enormously to get things moving again.

But overall Martin is right, it was Oldham that won it.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 0 replies · +5 points

Thanks Micky, that's the first time I've seen the totaly. Well up on last time's 808,000 despite a significantly lower turnout.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 1 reply · +6 points

Thanks. Keep an eye open for Griffins in BC, by the way, two of my grandfathers' brothers emigrated there shortly after WW1. I'd liek to visit, but your libfash won't let me in as I'm a thought criminal!

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 0 replies · +4 points

Thanks for that Mr Boxer. I can tell you that waiting to go in the ring is bad (as you know - "what the hell am I doing here?") but that it only lasts a few minutes. In the political fight game last night the waiting went on for hours. A ghastly experience, but worth it in the end.

I hope to be able to get some extra attention paid to boxing as a way of keeping young lads on the straight and narrow. White, black or Asian, they're all the better men for it. If you've got any ideas please contact my constituency office as soon as it's announced.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 0 replies · +5 points

It's done us proud. Great results form huge chunks of Liverpool, Greater Manchester and West Cumbria, and a great showing from Oldham, which made my night and probably gave us the seat. My thanks to all our activists and voters, but especially to the 5,000 plus Oldhamers who kept faith and put their trust in me. I won't let you down.

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 0 replies · +6 points

Thank you Teresa. x

485 weeks ago @ The British National P... - BNP Wins Second Euro S... · 0 replies · +7 points

What the political class have done to London is a scandal. It's my hometown and I spent many happy days and evenings down there in the 1970s when the indigenous communities of places like Hoxton, Stepney and the Old Kent Road were still fighting for their survival.

With no disrespect meant to the good folk of the North West who have put so much trust in me and of whom I am very fond (I married one, for a start), I've never known hospitality, kindness and rough decency anywhere to match the old East End. It breaks my heart to see it now, and to find the victims of this monstrous piece of cultural and community destruction scattered all over Essex, the West Country and the Costa del Vomit.