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Opening line from the leader, Nick Griffin . . . .
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Opening line from the leader, Nick Griffin . . . .
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#1
"please don't turn us off"

Wow, strong arguement to listen to them . . .
banned#2
. . . .
banned#3
Lmfao
#4
bwahahaha
#5
mbgringo
"please don't turn us off"

Wow, strong arguement to listen to them . . .


he really said that?

ha ha how dumb. bet tons of people turned off
#6
monkeybrains
he really said that?

ha ha how dumb


Yep, the voiceover and graphic came on "this is a party election broadcast from the british national party"

Scene cuts to Nick Griffin stood in a street and his first line was "don't turn us off" - strong opening gambit . . . .
#7
mbgringo
Yep, the voiceover and graphic came on "this is a party election broadcast from the british national party"

Scene cuts to Nick Griffin stood in a street and his first line was "don't turn us off" - strong opening gambit . . . .



off topic... but there was a list of bnp member online all over the net:whistling:
#8
nick griffin-IQ of a goldfish.
#9
monkeybrains
off topic... but there was a list of bnp member online all over the net:whistling:


Sure was, with addresses too, did the rounds for a while! (was also helpfully broken down by postcode - for easier identification :lol:)
#10
It was actually a pretty smart thing to say.

Most people turn off party political broadcasts no matter which party they are from, so when someone says "please don't turn us off", it immediately turns the tables on the listener by second guessing what they were (probably) going to do.

It is also an intriguingly polite opening, something that is again designed to wrong-foot those with fixed ideas about what the BNP represent and would therefore be likely to turn off/over.

The proof is always in the pudding however, so I'd like to ask how many people continued to watch?
#11
Rep for raising awareness.
#12
barky
nick griffin-IQ of a goldfish.


Your a nasty person.
Dont say that about my goldfish!:w00t:
1 Like #13
There is nothing wrong with what the BNP has to offer!
#14
Liddle ol' me
It was actually a pretty smart thing to say.

Most people turn off party political broadcasts no matter which party they are from, so when someone says "please don't turn us off", it immediately turns the tables on the listener by second guessing what they were (probably) going to do.

It is also an intriguingly polite opening, something that is again designed to wrong-foot those with fixed ideas about what the BNP represent and would therefore be likely to turn off/over.

The proof is always in the pudding however, so I'd like to ask how many people continued to watch?


but i was watching and i didnt even hear his first line as i turned channel when they said bnp
#15
monkeybrains
but i was watching and i didnt even hear his first line as i turned channel when they said bnp


Yeah, but you are monkeybrains! :lol: ( joke )
#16
monkeybrains
but i was watching and i didnt even hear his first line as i turned channel when they said bnp


But seriously, you might have continued to listen had you heard that line. It would have (probably) wrong-footed you...
#17
Liddle ol' me
It was actually a pretty smart thing to say.

Most people turn off party political broadcasts no matter which party they are from, so when someone says "please don't turn us off", it immediately turns the tables on the listener by second guessing what they were (probably) going to do.

It is also an intriguingly polite opening, something that is again designed to wrong-foot those with fixed ideas about what the BNP represent and would therefore be likely to turn off/over.

The proof is always in the pudding however, so I'd like to ask how many people continued to watch?


The crux of the broadcast was that its local representitives would tackle local issues, such as inadequate housing and anti social behaviour as priorities . . . .

It tried too hard to not be the BNP, unless our preconceptions of their policies and all they stand for are wide of the mark? :whistling:







I carried on listening so I could provide HUKD with a fully balanced and informative thread - not because he told me not to turn over :lol:
#18
bargain surfer
There is nothing wrong with what the BNP has to offer!


hail the gestapo . .
#19
mbgringo
The crux of the broadcast was that its local representitives would tackle local issues, such as inadequate housing and anti social behaviour as priorities . . . .

It tried too hard to not be the BNP, unless our preconceptions of their policies and all they stand for are wide of the mark? :whistling:


See - you heard the line and were caught by it. So much so that you are able to summarise their broadcast quite well (albeit with a critical take) :)
#20
They're going to gain a foothold if the current status quo remains as such.

People DO fear things like immigration and the BNP WILL capitalise on it.
#21
In before grex.
#22
lol

ps; way aye riordan ! just lose on saturday ;-)
hibees
Your a nasty person.
Dont say that about my goldfish!:w00t:
#23
thesaint
In before grex.


Oooh, close :)
#24
thesaint
In before grex.


Too late - he made it just before you.
#25
Liddle ol' me
See - you heard the line and were caught by it. So much so that you are able to summarise their broadcast quite well (albeit with a critical take) :)


Note the clever backtracking edit above :whistling:
#26
myaser88;5204356
hail the gestapo . .

To be honest what changes they are proposing to make both localy and nationaly are more appealing than what the other parties have to offer, just a shame Nick Griffin is such a *****
#27
its a flawed argument. if people with half a brain cell were concerned, they'd vote UKIP. but they dont post 5 quid notes . .
grex9101
They're going to gain a foothold if the current status quo remains as such.

People DO fear things like immigration and the BNP WILL capitalise on it.
#28
thesaint
In before grex.


Liddle ol' me
Too late - he made it just before you.


Your points, "gentlemen"?
#29
harlzter
To be honest what changes they are proposing to make both localy and nationaly are more appealing than what the other parties have to offer, just a shame Nick Griffin is such a *****


So do you mean to say that if they had a different leader, you would vote for them?
#30
Liddle ol' me
So do you mean to say that if they had a different leader, you would vote for them?

nicely put
#31
http://www.blogiversity.org/blogs/willburns1/peter-griffin.bmp
banned#32
Liddle ol' me
Too late - he made it just before you.


It would have been pointless saying "In before Liddle" on a BNP thread!

Jus Sayin!
#33
guv
It would have been pointless saying "In before Liddle" on a BNP thread!

Jus Sayin!


Seems like puddle and the stain have some sort of agenda....

Who knows :roll:

Who cares!!! :-D
#34
grex9101
Seems like puddle and the stain have some sort of agenda....

Who knows :roll:

Who cares!!! :-D


Nick Griffin cares . . . . he said so earlier . . . . :lol:
banned#35
The only thing to decide is are the BNP far-right racist scum, or far left racist scum?
#36
mbgringo
Nick Griffin cares . . . . he said so earlier . . . . :lol:


At least someone does :-D

FilthAndFurry
The only thing to decide is are the BNP far-right racist scum, or far left racist scum?


Surely you're not that stupid?

How was the suspension by the way? Bite off more than you could chew? :-D
#37
FilthAndFurry
The only thing to decide is are the BNP far-right racist scum, or far left racist scum?


According to thier television propaganda, they are the cuddly, wuddly, caring party who like everyone and love their mummies . . . .
#38
Heres a link to it... in a bit late

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8049150.stm

:thumbsup:
#39
mbgringo
According to thier television propaganda, they are the cuddly, wuddly, caring party who like everyone and love their mummies . . . .


especially the kiddies . .
banned#40
mbgringo
According to thier television propaganda, they are the cuddly, wuddly, caring party who like everyone and love their mummies . . . .


Indeed, they made a concerted effort to use 'softer' language a few years ago. They're still the racist thugs they used to be, except they're a little better at hiding it.

Strangely, some of their policies are very much old Labour and would be acceptable if anyone actually believed they actually supported them.

I still like their idea of paying people to go back to their countries of origin. In this economic climate it would be ideal because it would destroy the country.

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