Thursday, 22 October 2009

A Letter to BNP Supporters from Nick Griffin on the Eve of Question Time

"Fellow British Patriot,

Question Time is scheduled for 10.35pm tonight and will be a milestone in the indomitable march of the British National Party towards saving our country.

Our violent opponents on the far left have promised to lay siege and barricade the studio venue, because they know only too well that this could be THE key moment that propels the BNP into the big time.

Never before have we had the chance to present our patriotic, common sense solutions to Britain’s nightmare situation to the public at large in such a prominent fashion.

However, members and supporters must be aware that this show will be a stage-managed farce organised in a specific way to leave several impressions:

– The audience will be hand-picked and overtly hostile — thus giving the impression that the British people at large must be hostile to BNP views.

– The panellists will be overtly hostile; even the non-political guests will be hostile. Everyone will be hostile — this will leave the impression to non-informed viewers that BNP views have minority status.

– I will, no doubt, be interrupted, shouted down, slandered, put on the spot, and subjected to a scrutiny that would be a thousand times more intense than anything directed at other panellists.

It will, in other words, be political blood sport.

But I am relishing this opportunity, and I know that, despite the stage-managed hostile audience and panellists, YOU, the ordinary members, supporters and voters of the BNP, will be in the studio with me as I take on the corrupt, treacherous swine destroying our beautiful island nation."

Nick, you know that we will be with you tonight, some in body and most in spirit. Your courage is an inspiration to your fellow Britons.
God bless and keep you safe from the baying mob.
Very best wishes from all of us in Leicestershire

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well done Nick, under the circumstances a very creditable performance although I don't understand the Holocaust position. All you have to do is say it was an error of judgement in the early days of your nationalism,that you were wrong and that it was your opinion at the time and is not the opinion of the BNP or its membership and the argumant is over.