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  • rootes1
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    awesome… he is such a div

    odd that he lives in welshpool

    christ 2nd class from the Queen as well…

    PJM1974
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    Someone's got to send him a richard III in a shoebox.

    He's a politician, he'll feel instantly at home with it.

    Premier Icon nickjb
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    2nd class post. Surely the queen gets a deal on stamps

    neninja
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    Why it's the British National Party

    I'd be inclined to post him a dog turd – no matter how they try to sell their policies you simply can't polish a turd.

    alexxx
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    A copy of American History X

    sofatester
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    odd that he lives in Welshpool

    Not really, it's full of racist bigots 😉

    alexxx
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    I'd be inclined to post him a dog turd – no matter how they try to sell their policies you simply can't polish a turd.

    you can if you freeze it, he must be betting on a cold winter 🙂

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    Now he's told the world his address;

    I still can't work out if ignoring him completely would cause him more problems than anything else I could do or say.

    [edit] forum selection fail.

    Premier Icon debaser
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    Laurence Fishburne

    Welshpool is a shithole. They deserve him and he them.

    Premier Icon igm
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    A one way ticket to Zimbabwe

    meehaja
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    his own fingers?

    jahwomble
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    A glitter coated turd. Or a Starved Wolverine full of lsd.

    My shorts after slogging it out at 10 @ Kirroughtree a couple of weeks ago. Fetid.

    Premier Icon cookeaa
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    I'd post him a hug, I reckon the grumpy bigoted slug man just needs showing some human warmth and kindness and he'd start to realize what a prize plum he's been… or not.

    Junkyard
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    repatrition order to middle Englandshire…how could he object he is not an indigenous aboriginal welsh person now is he…**** immigrant taking their jobs etc

    sc-xc
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    I wouldn't post that **** anything. But I would give him, or any of his BNP/EDL/NF supporters a proper kicking. I **** hate the boss eyed ****.

    eth3er
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    A brick a week with no stamp. Can you actually do that?

    project
    Member

    Peter Tatchells book, the pink one

    tazzymtb
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    an invitation to join the singletrack forum to make it a bit more balanced, as most if the Sh*te he comes out seems fairly reasonable when compared with some of the nutters on here.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    We could just sign him up to every mailing list, spamlist, and charity in the known world?

    samuri
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    Rancid little character that he is, he got voted in by a million people.
    A friend pointed out that if it were anyone else who had a million people behind him, we would all be up in arms that he'd not been allowed to attend. And that's true.

    He's his own worst enemy and I'm perfectly happy to watch him hang himself (literally would be fine too), but at the end of the day he recieved democratic support from a significant proportion of the country. He's got a point about the way he is being treated. (Although as above, he shouldn't have made such a political issue out of the whole thing and would probably been allowed to go. Him and Prince Phillip would have had a lot to talk about.)

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    samuri – Member

    "Rancid little character that he is, he got voted in by a million people."

    When was that? He took less than 7000 votes in 2010 and finished 3rd in his seat. He received 132000 votes in the EU elections when he actually won a seat, his entire party got under a million votes.
    The Greens got exactly as many seats in that election, but nobody pays them much attention.

    "Xenophobe, go home"?

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    "Xenophobe, go home"?

    Oh sorry you're already home aren't you :mrgreen:

    samuri
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    posting while drinking again, half a million then. The point still applies.

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Getting closer but 132000 still ain't half a million. And in the general election he didn't get voted in, or even very close.

    yunki
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    A photo of my mums ballbag

    saleem
    Member

    A tampon as every c*nt needs one

    chutney13
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    that prick made me vote,and i didn't like what the other choices were. i'd quite like to send him an invoice for my wasted time.

    Mugboo
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    An invite to live in Bradford with me, reckon he'd love it round here!

    Nowt, rather not waste my time.

    I did think it was funny that he was invited to Buckingham palace because he was a politician and was turned away as he used it for political gain, Honestly what where they thinking would happen.

    ernie_lynch
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    samuri – Member

    posting while drinking again, half a million then. The point still applies.

    What point …….. that someone who has the support of half a million racists should be shown respect and dignity ?

    Applying that logic I reckon where paedophiles are getting it all wrong is that none of them stand for election. If only they had candidates who argued that the age of consent should be scrapped, I'm sure there is half a million paedophiles in Britain. Then they could enjoy cucumber sandwiches and polite conversation with the Queen.

    Maybe the British Union of Homophobes could stand candidates too.

    Nick Griffin is not "just like any other politician". His entire political beliefs are based on hate – which makes him rather unique.

    His goal is to strip certain sections of our society of their inalienable democratic rights.

    He should not be treated like any other politician …..he should be treated for what he is – a peddler of hate, an outcast……..to be shunned and isolated.

    Having said that, I reckon cookeaa might have a point…….although I wouldn't volunteer to give the fat **** a hug.

    yunki
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    well said ernie

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    I like Nick Griffin. If it wasn't for Nick Griffin, the BNP might be run by someone who wasn't a clueless halfwit, and then we'd really be in trouble.

    But yeah. What to do with his address is easy. You know all the junk mail you get, where you've to fill in an address and return to get free cat food / tampons / DIY catalogues / subscriptions to Lemur-spotter's Monthly? Off you go, STW.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    Spot on Mr Lynch, very well said.

    Post him another invitation to appear on Question Time – I could do with a laugh at the mo.

    Or a Starved Wolverine full of lsd.

    Damn, just posted my last one to Jonathan Ross, never mind eh?

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    I did think it was funny that he was invited to Buckingham palace because he was a politician and was turned away as he used it for political gain, Honestly what where they thinking would happen.

    A friend of mine has a theory on this. Quoting,
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    "BNP leader Nick Griffin was invited to the royal garden party in his position as MEP as per protocol. Since he has been using the party in a political context, his invitation has been withdrawn.

    Given the fuss last time about his non-invite, it seems to me that this outcome was actually strategic, and if so, that's bloody clever. The palace invites him as per protocol, avoiding any problems there. Then it was going to be inevitable someone at the BNP was going to love the invite and talk about it publically. Then the palace turns round immediately withdraws the invite on the grounds of having politicised the event.

    I hope that was intentional, because I think that's a marvellous move."

    Why not just post him umpteen empty envelopes… with no stamp?

    Not only does he not get to see the Queens face, but he has to pay for the privilege.

    And it all it costs us is a pack of brown envelopes and a small amount of ink.

    Premier Icon Rusty Spanner
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    I can find a copy of the BNP membership list online, but not one searchable by postcode.

    Anybody know of one?

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