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Tuesday, 8 September 2009

BNP: Poll

Should the BBC extend an invitation to Nick Griffin, Chairman of the BNP?   The Metro have posted a poll.  Vote here
h/t: Scunnert Nation

5 comments:

  1. Thanks for the welcome back :-) I'm gradually working through the stuff that I've missed on my fave blogs.

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  2. You've got lots to catch up on then - you'll be reading for days!

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  3. Do you remember not so long back when the BBC stated, without such a smirk on their self righteous faces, that they wouldn't be televising an appeal for monies to Palestine, because it may infringe on their undoubted neutrality? (Oh how I laughed) - and then spent the next fortnight, giving the appeal a thousand times more publicity than it would otherwise have been afforded? - Job done, for the Palestinian adoring, BBC bosses.

    And now for the B.N.P.

    So here's the plan.....Give New Labours un-erring apparatchiks free reign to be the all inclusive puppet masters, and stage manage the entire event.
    Add a sprinkling of New Labours beloved Far left agitators, strategically placed both on the outer and inner of the studio itself to give maximum value.
    Pack the hall with students, vehemently opposed to anything other than left wing Socialism - and then we'll begin....

    Result....Democracy died on yet another day here on the Island that used to be known as Grand Britannia.
    If Communist sympathisers such as Peter Hain or Alan Johnson are seen as the BBCs establishment "in crowd", then whats the point of continuing with this blatant farce?

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  4. Most certainly they should be allowed on

    Odd that the metro is finding against this - as far as I can tell the media have been positive about free speech and being able to get a good kick in at labour, as they're showing themselves to be the real fascists

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  5. Yes, that's a possibility D&C but can it be any worse treatment than the audience gave to, eg, Eric Pickles or Margaret Beckett?
    I was surprised at the outcome of the poll as well Tarquin - as you say the result doesn't tie in with the media line, nor what I'd expect of the British.

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