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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8091605.stm

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BNP leader Nick Griffin has been pelted with eggs and forced to abandon a press conference outside Parliament.

Dozens of protesters disrupted the event, which follows the British National Party winning its first two seats in the European Parliament.

Chanting anti-Nazi slogans and holding placards they surrounded Mr Griffin as he was bundled into a car.

Mr Griffin was elected for the North West region - a result condemned by parties across the political spectrum.

He says the BNP is not racist and says it won votes because it "spoke openly about the problem of immigration".

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Members of Unite Against Fascism, which was behind the demo with trade union members, said they wanted to "defend democracy" against what they regard as the "fascist" and "racist" policies of the BNP.

Socialists resorting to violence and oppression. Nothing changes.

It starts with eggs and placards, then come the bricks and baseball bats, and finally the knives and bullets. C*nts, the lot of them.

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Ihope they were white eggs, and not those nasty brown ones.

speckled are particularly messy.

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Socialists resorting to violence and oppression. Nothing changes.

It starts with eggs and placards, then come the bricks and baseball bats, and finally the knives and bullets. C*nts, the lot of them.

Everyone has the right to peacfully demonstrate against those they dont agree with, but when it turns to violence and assault , as the video seems to show, surely then this is a police matter? They will be making arrests I assume? or questioning those responsible?

Like them or not, this is still a democratic country and they have the right to be heard.

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Everyone has the right to peacfully demonstrate against those they dont agree with, but when it turns to violence and assault , as the video seems to show, surely then this is a police matter? They will be making arrests I assume? or questioning those responsible?

Like them or not, this is still a democratic country and they have the right to be heard.

Nah, let's spread this to cover all political parties.

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Ihope they were white eggs, and not those nasty brown ones.

speckled are particularly messy.

hard boiled by the sound of it

Violence is not the answer. People have legally voted for this party and elected these people. Disagree with their policies etc but do it peacefully please.

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Interesting to see considering how close to Parliament this was that:

a ) there were no police around to intervene.

b ) demonstrations like the protesters were allowed to be there - obviously approval rubber stamped.

Definitely Govt is doing all it can to raise the profile of the BNP.

It looks staged. There were no police, and the protesters were also carrying sticks and offensive weapons as you can see from the guy at the end who kicked the car in, obviously the anti-BNP people have been infiltrated by agent provocateurs so they appear as violent thugs unable to engage in debate.

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Did the anti-bnp protestors have a licence for protesting? They wn't get one again if they took weapons (eggs) and were violent....

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he comes across quite well in my opinion especially considering the tone of the questions.

He comes across as an extremist.

Best thing they should do now is let him speak. I'm sure the BNP would like nothing more than photos in the papers of their freedom of speech being defended by the police against a "socialist mob".

Now the politicians have allowed these idiots in they should let them fall over themselves with their 6th form debating society skills. The journos are too busy trying to get them to deny the holocaust or to say something outright racist - better to involve them in grown up debate where they are quickly exposed as stupid and having nothing to offer.

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definately staged , some behind the scenes work going on

i have heard about these agent provocateurs before , during the G8 summit they tried to agitate the crowd but were unsuccessful , showed some id to the police and went over to the police line

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Mr Griffin was elected for the North West region - a result condemned by parties across the political spectrum.

Those doing the condemning seem not to understand how a democracy functions.

What is it about having one eye and leading a political party?

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Its an age old diversionary tactic to take up media time/space as more bad financial news is on the horizon.

Pure diversion. ;)

Oh the irony. It looks like politics will soon be about who's up for the biggest ruck, what a nice development. :rolleyes:

I'm more worried about Brown & Co to be honest, they're the one's in power remember and are currently doing everything they can to debase the currency and destroy the standard of living of ordinary people at the command of their banker friends. The BNP come across as some malcontented community group that are pi$$ed about 'their people' not getting a hand out, which is the typical feigned victimhood and therefore a sense of entitlement that goes with the 60 year old socialist cancer that is progressively destroying this country.

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It looks staged. There were no police, and the protesters were also carrying sticks and offensive weapons as you can see from the guy at the end who kicked the car in, obviously the anti-BNP people have been infiltrated by agent provocateurs so they appear as violent thugs unable to engage in debate.

Agreed. Here's the protest 'leader' from UAF.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8091727.stm

Incredibly biased BBC reporting too. 'Griffin always followed around by thickset men' etc.

It would be interesting to see what would happen if Miliband or Straw were attacked like that by Islamists when they hold a press conference outside Parliament with no police around.

You can't have selective democracy, which is what the socialists seem to want at every turn.

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At least he awnsers questions directly

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8089924.stm

he comes across quite well in my opinion especially considering the tone of the questions.

Yes, he does come across quite well but has the leopard really changed his spots since the old National Front days? Is he telling the truth? Has he renounced the extreme beliefs of his youth in a Gerry Adams-style conversion? We shall see.

It is not impossible for him to have changed, but is it likely?

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Soooooo... are there still laws about teachers and other govt persons NOT being allowed membership of the BNP?

A democratically elected organisation? Is that democracy?

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Yes, he does come across quite well but has the leopard really changed his spots since the old National Front days? Is he telling the truth? Has he renounced the extreme beliefs of his youth in a Gerry Adams-style conversion? We shall see.

It is not impossible for him to have changed, but is it likely?

i think hes changed beyond a doubt.

hes older for a start, that means alot.

also, he has something to loose now.

id rather listen to him than any other politician.

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The biggest mistake the BNP has made is to effectively make their party whites only. There are a heck of a lot of votes to be picked up on an anti immigration ticket from many of the ethnic minorities who feel threatened from new immigration to their areas. It also suggests they are a racist party despite their recent pleadings to the opposite. Should they become open to all races, but become anti immigration and anti multiculturalism they might do a lot better. Plenty of British black and Asian minorities are fed up with half of Eastern Europe undercutting their jobs, and Somali gun lords getting free housing.

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It would be interesting to see what would happen if Miliband or Straw were attacked like that by Islamists when they hold a press conference outside Parliament with no police around.

Oh, that once happened to John Reid, he wasn't pleased :-

"I am furious. I am absolutely furious — John Reid should not come to a Muslim area. We do not want to see him. Shame on all of us for sitting down and listening to him."

:lol:

I suppose when the fiat money scam finally collapses they will have to drop back to a more crude controlling mechanism, old fashioned divide and rule. That's how we used to run most of our colonies, and the legacy of that still continues today, that's why post-colonial Africa has so many tribal conflicts.

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It also suggests they are a racist party despite their recent pleadings to the opposite.

They'll give money to black people who want to escape this dump of a country, yet we white people have to dig our own escape tunnel. As far as I'm concerned they're anti-white :lol:

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Members of Unite Against Fascism, which was behind the demo with trade union members, said they wanted to "defend democracy" against what they regard as the "fascist" and "racist" policies of the BNP.

I suspect they failed to understand the irony of this statement, lets "defend democracy" by being anti-democratic and violent, go back to school lads :blink:

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I suspect they failed to understand the irony of this statement, lets "defend democracy" by being anti-democratic and violent, go back to school lads :blink:

Or "let's give lots of free publicity and headline news to our opponents by creating a big ruckus", plenty of uneventful interviews take place on College Green every day and they hardly feature in the news, nor do they get their on thread on here. That's why it appears staged and why the BNP can now successfully peddle the "we're being denied freedom of speech" line.

Cui bono? Ya know.

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I don't like the BNP or what it stands for but I hate these hypocrites more.

Defending democracy by attacking elected members of parliament? :blink:

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Or "let's give lots of free publicity and headline news to our opponents by creating a big ruckus", plenty of uneventful interviews take place on College Green every day and they hardly feature in the news, nor do they get their on thread on here. That's why it appears staged and why the BNP can now successfully peddle the "we're being denied freedom of speech" line.

Are they smart enough to pull this off without getting caught out?

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i think hes changed beyond a doubt.

hes older for a start, that means alot.

also, he has something to loose now.

id rather listen to him than any other politician.

It will be very interesting to see how this all plays out. Griffin was on Sky the other night saying that the first priority of the BNP will be to open the accounting books in Brussels and report the MEP expenses to the police.

Now does this mean the BNP have very strong Christian morals? Or does it mean something more devious?

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