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BNP’s Nick Griffin Is Not The Royal Family’s Right Sort Of Nazi: Garden Party Photos

by | 23rd, July 2010

BNP leader Nick Griffin was not at the Queen’s Garden Party of July 22, 2010. He wasn’t there the previous year, either. If Queen Elizabeth II wasn’t to get him in garden, she will have to try harder. The lure of garden party isn’t working.

Anorak suggests she issue a covert invite, possibly in German. The difficulty is having the hounds kept quiet while a fox’s is tail is pinned to Griffin’s suit bottoms. One ruse is to use not a real fox but a photo of Erwin Rommel attached to a short piece of string hooked into a huge pork sausage. Will Griffin take the bait..?

Says a Palace insider:

“It was all so different in King Edward VIII’s day…”

But Andrew Brons was there:

At the National Front, Brons was a close ally of Richard Verrall, the author of the Holocaust-denial tract Did Six Million Really Die?, who was vice-chairman. In 1981, while Brons was chairman, the NF endorsed We are National Front, a pamphlet carrying an introduction from Verrall. It had photographs of Brons and Verrall as well as a picture of a gorilla and a black man stating: “These two creatures look the same, don’t they?”

Conservative MP Julian Lewis says people “do not wish to rub shoulders with neo-Nazis” at garden parties.

No. At least the knobs don’t wish to since the Nazis lost…

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BNP Leader Nick Griffin who has had his invitation to a Buckingham Palace garden party withdrawn today because he was using it for "party political purposes", arrives at Television Studios in Milbank, central London.




Posted: 23rd, July 2010 | In: Politicians Comment | TrackBack | Permalink