QUEEN SKANKS GRIFFIN

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QUEEN SKANKS GRIFFIN



Written by Rebecca Griffith
22 Thursday 22nd July 2010

 

Nick Griffin’s invitation and subsequent ban to the Queen’s garden party at Buckingham Palace is one of those events which causes us to question the society in which we live. As leader of the BNP and probably one of the most repulsive men on the planet, I think I would vomit into my caviar if I came across him at a party. Don’t Panic explores what could have been and what never was.
 
Oh Nick Griffin, all you wanted to do was go to a nice garden party where you could schmooze your way through swathes of potential voters and increase your already infamous profile. Alas, Buckingham Palace have cruelly ripped away this opportunity from your chubby little mitts with the following statement, “the decision to deny entry is not intended to show any disrespect to the democratic process by which the invitation was issued.” Poor poor Nick – I bet he was looking forward to mingling with B-list royals, stroking the Corgis and drinking free champers all in aid of the “million British patriots who vote for this party”. Peter, I imagine your supporters are not all that bothered about you going to a party so you can get drunk on a school night…no one in the North West even likes the Queen.
 
As a Member of European Parliament, Griffin felt he was entitled to an invitation, but due to the media frenzy that has ensued and the public outcry from anti-fascist groups who feared that his invitation acknowledged the BNP as a mainstream political party and not simply a quasi-fascist fringe group, the Palace just felt it was too much of a security risk. To be fair on the man, he and the Duke of Edinburgh would have got on like a house on fire, with Philip’s previous history of politically incorrect blunders such as “if you stay here much longer you'll all be slitty-eyed” to a group of British students in China, the racist anecdotes would have been flowing freely. Philip aside, Griffin wouldn’t have had that much in common with the other 8,000 guests who, far from the traditional array of Eton boys and their Sloane Ranger WAGS, make up a cross-section of society to include the Civil Service and Armed Forces as well as charities and societies. The potential for extreme discomfort would have been huge – this is a party for Britain’s unsung heroes – I’m sure they would have had a lot to say to the man whose manifesto includes sending all immigrants back to their countries of origin.
 
All in all, despite Griffin’s claims that the ban is an “absolute scandal”, it’s probably for the best. With the current wave of xenophobic attitudes currently taking the world by storm – we’ve got Sarkozy banning burkas and the Whitehouse firing black “racist” officials – the spirit of the Third Reich is well and truly alive. Britain, as an ex-Imperial power has a responsibility to stop fascism…if only to stop Nick Griffin’s ugly mug being inflicted upon us all.
 

 

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