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BNP Leader Nick Griffin Pelted With Eggs

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BNP leader Nick Griffin has been pelted with eggs and forced to abandon a news conference outside Parliament after it was disrupted by protesters.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
BNP leader Nick Griffin has been pelted with eggs and forced to abandon a news conference outside Parliament after it was disrupted by protesters.
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#2
Those poor eggs :oops: having to go near that cod eyed waxwork . . .
#3
should have been bricks.

racist *********
#4
Aww, shame!
#5
never a grassy knoll when you want one:whistling:
#6
Shows the low mentality of the egg throwers more than anything else. I'd have made an egg sandwich.

Btw, do we know.... Free range or battery :lol:
#7
Were they British eggs?
#8
So much for democracy ,
#9
Idiotic protesters, always promoting violence.
#10
Wouldn't like to be the protesters who threw the eggs..
Especially if their faces are shown on TV!
#11
Hmmm some people are so stupid, never mind wasn't me :)
#12
thrustmaster
Wouldn't like to be the protesters who threw the eggs..
Especially if their faces are shown on TV!


Why? You've not fallen for all the lies about BNP members being violent have you? :giggle:
banned 1 Like #13
Protesting is one thing but this is just a bit silly. He is a legally elected MEP and leader of a legitimate party. He has a right to have his say without being assaulted.
#14
FilthAndFurry
Protesting is one thing but this is just a bit silly. He is a legally elected MEP and leader of a legitimate party. He has a right to have his say without being assaulted.


My jesus christ you finally said something that makes sense. Well done boy!!

+ Rep :thumbsup:
#15
Not all the members are violent I am sure ;)

I am not against BNP at all..
I hope their 2 seats and maybe future progress will be seen as a wake up call for other parties to limit immigration.
#16
:) he should have thrown them back...or get the clowns arrested!
#17
thrustmaster
Not all the members are violent I am sure ;)

I am not against BNP at all..
I hope their 2 seats and maybe future progress will be seen as a wake up call for other parties to limit immigration.


Mr Weasle
:) he should have thrown them back...or get the clowns arrested!


+1 :thumbsup:
banned#18
RuthIess
My jesus christ you finally said something that makes sense. Well done boy!!

+ Rep :thumbsup:


I dislike the BNP. The last thing I want them to do is stop talking rubbish. People need to challenge them on the issues and that will be their downfall.

Having said that, seeing Nazis scurrying is a tiny bit funny - just a bit.
#19
i never knew he was clownist too?!?!?!? i think thats a step too far tbh

i did laugh at the fella on the radio the other day "this is not what the people of liverpool want" . . . . . urrr really no are you sure THEY VOTED HIM IN!!!!
#20
Although how hated BNP are, who do you hate more for the economic meltdown we're in, and the fact that over 900,000 people voted BNP, I think the voters are getting desperate for noticeable change...
banned#21
FilthAndFurry
Protesting is one thing but this is just a bit silly. He is a legally elected MEP and leader of a legitimate party. He has a right to have his say without being assaulted.


Steady on. Is this a trap with a comeback?

This is the thing that always grates. I don't like Nick Griffin. I dont like his party and what they stand for..... but he is perfectly entitled to speak. Saying Facists dont respect democracy, then denying it to them, makes those people no better than those they oppose.
#22
foxymissroxy
i never knew he was clownist too?!?!?!? i think thats a step too far tbh

i did laugh at the fella on the radio the other day "this is not what the people of liverpool want" . . . . . urrr really no are you sure THEY VOTED HIM IN!!!!


:thinking: what the people of liverpool didnt vote him in it was the people of [SIZE="4"] burnley & padiham [SIZE="1"](lancs)[/SIZE][/SIZE]
#23
Nice to see the fascist supporters out in force again..............is there something about Nazis loving bargains? :?

I personally have nothing but disdain for the BNP and their fascist, racist policies, which they have somehow managed to gloss over during the Euro elections. I'm not quite sure how they have convinced so many people that they no longer believe in their NF, Nazi sympathising core values, but there you go. I guess we are a nation blessed with either thousands of idiots, or thousands of previously repressed racists (could be both I suppose), who now feel they can express their beliefs publically, under the thin veil of respectability brought by a holocaust denying MEP dressed in a cheap (slightly eggy) suit...................
#24
What Guv said, and what Filth said. Also, what happened to the whole thing about it being the BNP that were the thugs?
#25
Mr Weasle
:thinking: what the people of liverpool didnt vote him in it was the people of [SIZE="4"] burnley & padiham [SIZE="1"](lancs)[/SIZE][/SIZE]


i wasnt taking too much notice tbh i was trying to find a good song on the radio (that and im north west-ist) but it was on Radio city so i assumed wrongly it seems!!! :thumbsup:
#26
dxx
What Guv said, and what Filth said. Also, what happened to the whole thing about it being the BNP that were the thugs?


When the BNP start throwing things at people, you can bet it won't be eggs................
#27
dancrawley
When the BNP start throwing things at people, you can bet it won't be eggs................


Bacon?
banned#28
guv
Steady on. Is this a trap with a comeback?

This is the thing that always grates. I don't like Nick Griffin. I dont like his party and what they stand for..... but he is perfectly entitled to speak. Saying Facists dont respect democracy, then denying it to them, makes those people no better than those they oppose.


No trap. The worst thing that could happen is that they become martyrs for a cause - the British tend to root for the underdog.

Let them have their say and let them hang themselves with their own words.
#29
Shengis
Bacon?


You offering?
#30
foxymissroxy
i wasnt taking too much notice tbh i was trying to find a good song on the radio (that and im north west-ist) but it was on Radio city so i assumed wrongly it seems!!! :thumbsup:


:) well next time listen with your ears and not your eyes:whistling:
#31
FilthAndFurry
the British tend to root for the underdog.


And that is why your slagging of them is such a bad thing. You get people to side with them. Best solution is to keep quiet and let them fade into obscurity:thumbsup:
#32
thrustmaster
Idiotic protesters, always promoting violence.


stupidity,have done themselves no favours all news stations condemning them
#33
dancrawley
Nice to see the fascist supporters out in force again..............is there something about Nazis loving bargains? :?

I personally have nothing but disdain for the BNP and their fascist, racist policies, which they have somehow managed to gloss over during the Euro elections. I'm not quite sure how they have convinced so many people that they no longer believe in their NF, Nazi sympathising core values, but there you go. I guess we are a nation blessed with either thousands of idiots, or thousands of previously repressed racists (could be both I suppose), who now feel they can now express their beliefs publically, under the thin veil of respectability brought by a holocaust denying MEP dressed in a cheap (slightly eggy) suit...................


No-one's supporting the BNP here. We're supporting freedom of speech, the political process, and peace. There are legitimate ways to fight against a party. The second paragraph of your post is one of them, because you're absolutely spot-on. The tricky thing is, denying another of their voice is wrong regardless of who's denying who, and trying to deny the BNP their voice, and actually physically attacking them, for trying to deny the voice of another group is simply hypocritical, and wrong.

As the American marine would say, "I might not believe in what you say, but I'll fight to the death so that you can say it". It's an important matter of a free society.
#34
Poor guy, I bet these egg throwing morons love paying taxes to put up asylum seekers in £1million houses. They should have been arrested for assualt.

Then executed :whistling:
#35
Shengis
Bacon?


It's slowly becoming a full English breakfast..
#36
Shengis
Bacon?


Cool, a food fight.
#37
thrustmaster
It's slowly becoming a full English breakfast..


Damn, best throw in a croissant before I get accused of being a member of the BNP :lol:
#38
I don't think the protestors were right to throw eggs at NG, but they were certainly within their rights to be protesting. If you look to the past, you will see that fascism has been able to gain a foothold because people did not speak up against it. Far right parties will not 'disappear into obscurity' I am afraid, they have sucked too many people into their lies and hidden ideals by now.

btw, there are plenty of people on HUKD who have been supporting the BNP in recent weeks, in their comments and with their votes.

................and the marine may well say that, but what of the hundreds of thousands of people who have laid down their lives in the fight against fascism in its many forms throughout the world (and particularly within Europe). We fight them on the freakin beaches, only to find they have been to Burtons, got a sh=tty haircut and a new slogan, and they are suddenly sitting in Parliament..................:?
banned#39
grex9101
Poor guy, I bet these egg throwing morons lovepaying taxes to put up asylum seekers in £1million houses. They should have been arrested for assualt.

Then executed :whistling:


How many asylum seekers are put up in £1 million houses? I don't mind what figures you quote although I suspect the figure has dropped as house prices have fallen. I suppose the 2006-07 figures would be fair enough.
#40
Sheep87
should have been bricks.

racist *********

Lol

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