Gordo and Griffin: what's the difference?


Go on then: what is the difference between Nick Griffin and Gordon Brown? Well, according to Justin :

..one is a fat, wonkey-eyed loser with repugnant attitudes towards immigration, and the other is the leader of the British National Party.

..one has his thugs break down foreigners’ doors at dawn, and the other is the leader of the British National Party.

..one has his thugs intern foreigners and their children, and the other is the leader of the British National Party

..one has his thugs regularly and frequently beat foreigners, and the other is the leader of the British National Party.
 
..one has his thugs traumatise foreigners’ children, and the other is the leader of the British National Party.

..one is loading darkies on to planes and sending them back to some of the world’s worst hellholes, and the other is the leader of the British National Party.

He goes on:

"Half the country seems up in arms that Nick Griffin is being allowed near a television studio but when a man, who has done things to foreigners that would give Griffin wet dreams from here to eternity goes, goes on GMTV barely anybody squeaks. Hell, a huge chunk of them voted for him.

And yet Griffin’s never going to wreck the number of lives Brown has – not if he lives to be a thousand."

Bang on. Griffin’s a nasty, unimportant shit bag, with no influence whatsover. There's a much bigger, nastier shit bag out there: the difference is, he’s our fucking Prime Minister..


Hat-tip to Justin over at Chicken Yoghurt. Genius. Pure Genius.

8 comments:

Jill said...

You're back on the political compass theme! My favourite!

There's piss all difference on the authoritarianism scale. And how sad is it - even for you rightwingers - for democracy in this country that the BNP is to the left of the Labour Party on the economic scale? The LEFT. Jebus. What a tangled web.

Captain Haddock said...

Love him/them or hate him/them .. the BNP are a constitutionally organised Political Party & its leader Nick Griffin has as much right to air his Party's views as any other Party Leader ..

I don't totally agree with everything which the BNP says .. but they do say a lot of what ordinary, decent people in this Country are thinking and feeling .. Whilst the other so-called "Mainstream" Parties cling to a conspiracy of silence .. or vilify anyone who dares raise the subject of Immigration ..

My only real concern about the BNP is that Griffin identifies as a "Socialist" .. which is something I will never be ..

The fact that there is all this "Hoo-Ha" at all vividly demonstrates that he has the other Parties very worried indeed ..

Mr Wallis said...

One isn't going to be prime minister next year, neither's the other.

Captain Haddock said...

One has virtually brought the country to its knees economically, has ruined the future for generations not yet born & has squandered our National assets as if they were his to do with as he likes ..

The other hasn't ...

Ed P said...

One has a wife who "thought he'd grow out of it" and the other has a wife who made everyone sick at the labour conference.

Henry Crun said...

I wonder whether Jack Straw is overcome with pride when he asks his granddad what he did in the War?

noborderswales said...

Here! here! Anti-racists need to stop ignoring the elephant in the room when it comes to the REAL threats!

Anonymous said...

I think it's funny they showed Griffin on Scottish tv, but wouldn't show John Smeaton, the candidate, like, that's taking the pish isn't it? That would make ME constantly furious, showing off the nazis and leaving out the heroes. I mean, whatever you think of him, surely, surely, he's better than Griffin?