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Video: Tom Cruise, Russell Brand And The ‘Nazi Boy’ ‘Plot’ To Kill BNP Leader Nick Griffin

by | 4th, April 2010

NEWS from the BNP Kamp is that the party’s publicity Mark Collett, aka “Nazi Boy” (see the videos here), candidate for Brightside, Sheffield, Ashley Cole rejecter, has been arrested on suspicion of trying to kill its leader Nick Griffin. Russell Brand and Tom Cruise are listening (more on them later).

Leaked papers claim that Collett, 29, tried to launch a “palace coup” against Mr Griffin. Yes, a “palace coup”. Whish is bit like a chicken coup but with more forks.

Says the missive from Kamp HQ:

We are able to say that Mark Collett was conspiring with a small clique of other party officials to launch a ‘palace coup’ against our twice democratically elected party leader, Nick Griffin.”

Twice democratically elected. Even Saddam Hussein – Mr 100% – could not top that.

The language gets better:

“In order to create the artificial climate of disillusionment necessary for this to stand any chance of success, lies and unfounded rumours have been spread, and were planned to be spread much further.

“Mr Collett has therefore been relieved of all positions within the party with immediate effect.”

There is words of “serious allegations” affecting Griffin’s “personal safety”.

Says a Humberside Police spokeswoman:

“A 29-year-old man was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of making threats to kill. He was interviewed by Humberside Police detectives and has been released on police bail pending further inquiries.

“This investigation was initiated as a result of a complaint by a member of the British National Party and inquiries are ongoing.”

Rumours that Tom Cruise is to star as Collett in the film of the alleged plot are thought to be ridiculous and without any foundation whatsoever…

No word from, Mr Collett, as yet.



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