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How to make me happy - Her Most Regal Majesty, the Queen of Snark
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How to make me happy
I just had a very joyful thought. Wouldn't it be wonderful if some genealogically gifted personage researched the family trees of all the senior members of the BNP, and when they found the inevitable non-Anglo-Saxon-European-Celtic skeleton in the closet posted their picture to a blog somewhere with a copy of the appropriate genealogy and the caption "Nig-nog" under their photo?
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fractalgeek From: fractalgeek Date: October 15th, 2009 05:12 pm (UTC) (Link)

Perm 1 of 2

Apparently, BNP membership will now be open to everyone.

1) No-one of the previously banned will want to join
2) Persuade very large numbers of people to join, then flip it around totally!
suzerain From: suzerain Date: October 15th, 2009 05:20 pm (UTC) (Link)
I was thinking a more entertaining way would be, if the BNP is opening up to non-whites, to get every person of a blatantly non-white ethnic origin to join the membership

can you see the fury of them when the BNP's white anglo-saxons like John Smith are outnumbered 10 to 1 by names like Abdullah Al-something, Mohammed something, and so on.

would be wonderful to really screw with them...

unfortunately, I expect they have a membership fee, so doing so would fund them, which I'd rather not see done.
would be entertaining though.

sion_a From: sion_a Date: October 16th, 2009 09:25 am (UTC) (Link)
Nick Griffen is an evil, manipulative bastard. He's playing the "We're being forced to make this change because otherwise we'll be bankrupted contesting the ruling" card when he's wanted to push it through for ages anyway. He's already got the party to field a Greek election candidate, and from his comments after the elections this year it's clear he'd like the support of non-Muslim Yorkshire Asians. It's going to schism the party, and from the liberal perspective this is a bad thing, because he'll be rid of the political wing of the National Front and be left in charge of a credible far-right (ideologically, if not economically) party which will continue to leach support from Labour strongholds let down by NuLabour's drift from Socialism and Conservative strongholds feeling let down by the Tories (welcom) drift to social liberalism. Well, that's my thoughts anyway.
undyingking From: undyingking Date: October 16th, 2009 03:01 pm (UTC) (Link)
If a neo-Griffinite party draws Tory rightists away from the moderating leadership, I think that's a good thing: better to have them with him than actually in government alongside Cameron. Up till now we have been pretty unusual (among European countries) in having most of our far-right opinion snuggled cosily into our mainstream centre-right party. I think it's preferable to have them out in the open where we can see them. The left needs to be able to defeat Griffin in the battle for hearts and minds, not just spinelessly rely on the NF rump continuing to hold him back.
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