Nick Griffin, Leader of the British National Party appeared on BBC 1’s Question Time this evening; his appearance epitomised the proverb “Give a man enough rope and he’ll hang himself”.
I couldn’t help but notice the furious hand twitching that followed each occasion Mr Griffin was called to answer a question, nor could I take my eyes off of his bulbous hateful face as it struggled to bloat out vile opinions in a fashion which became almost too painful to watch; never once did he look comfortable on the platform that he found himself?
I’ve aired my own personal opinions about the BNP before on this blog, instead I’d prefer to reflect on the general reaction of the audience in the way the majority found the manifesto of the party unnaceptable and odious to the extreme. Bravo! I couldn’t help but chuckle as proud British people stood up and showed that they both loved this country and were proud of their migrant roots; especially in the face of such biggotry.
Hopefully now the media hype will begin to die down and the mindless protests by the ironically fascist ‘anti-facist’ groups will also cease; the protesters failed to grasp the importance that the BNP be given ‘Freedom of Speech’, and I think they are moronic as the racists themselves in their ignorance of the bigger picture. It is entirely delicious that the ‘Freedom of Speech’ that the BNP champions so much is ultimately what will be their undoing.
Indeed, tonight was most definately a significant chink in the armour of Mr Griffin et al. Erm, ahem, when I say chink there I mean it in the context it was used yeah? I’m not racist innit?
Oh, and muchos respect to the person who asked the panel to denounce the viscious articule written by Jan Moir of the Daily Mail (or Daily Heil! as I like to call it) regarding the recent death of Stephen Gately and the not-so thinly veiled attack on homosexuality within it. Get the insufferable old slag onto the panel next week and let her defend her ‘opinions’ in a similar fashion!?!!?