23 October 2009

BNP on Question Time?

Probably a mild win for the BNP - unprecedented platform for publicity. Nick Griffin came across as defensive, but relatively moderate, claimed he had transformed the BNP from being racist and fascist to being a party for indigenous British people to defend their rights.

He would have solidified his own supporters, except the profoundly racist who might think he's a sellout. However, who knows what other side the BNP shows in private.

For the rest of Britons? He probably gained support for his views on Islam and immigration generally, but every single non-white person who confronted him, he said he was happy letting them stay in Britain.

So in conclusion? Well done BBC - you probably gave the BNP more than it lost.

TV licence fee payers will be thrilled you gave them this oxygen of publicity, paid for by them.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Saw a bit of it myself. Griffin could hardly answer a question without being interrupted and talked over. The guy looked like the only reasonble person in the middle of a retarded lynch mob.
The arguements and questions flung his way were about the level of a schoolkids.
This is an unbiased view.