Wednesday, May 20, 2009

BNP 'to attend Palace garden party'

The leader of the far-right British National Party is to be a guest at a Buckingham Palace garden party hosted by the Queen, his colleague said.

Nick Griffin will accompany Richard Barnbrook, a BNP member of the London Assembly, as his guest at the event on July 21, Mr Barnbrook said.

All members of the Assembly have been invited to the event.
Mr Barnbrook said: "I imagine there will be a to-do and a hoot.

"These things are going to happen more and more as the party goes forward."

A BNP spokesman added: "Richard Barnbrook has got an official invite in his capacity as a member of the London Assembly and he is allowed to bring a guest, which will be Nick Griffin.
"For him to snub an invite from the Queen would be absurd.

"It is something people are going to have to get used to because if we get elected MEPs, this is the kind of thing we are going to be doing on a regular basis.

"It is the emergence of a party from beyond the pale to mainstream."

The event will come after the June local and Euro elections, which could see the BNP gaining more local council seats and their first MEPs.
BNP leader Nick Griffin to attend Queen's garden party
The leader of the far-right British National party is to attend a garden party hosted by the Queen, it was claimed today.

Nick Griffin will accompany Richard Barnbrook, a BNP member of the London Assembly, as his guest at the event on July 21, Mr Barnbrook said.

A BNP spokesman said: “Richard Barnbrook has got an official invite in his capacity as a member of the London Assembly and he is allowed to bring a guest, which will be Nick Griffin.


Anonymous said...

Well the Queen signed us up to the EU the London Assembly is an EU Agenda as is the Welsh Assembly and Nick is chasing an MEP Post.

Sounds a Cosy Crew.

Anonymous said...

It will be one Queen meeting another. Better not let Barnbrook anywhere near the Palace footmen or Back Stairs Billy.

Anonymous said...

Buffoon Barnbrook must learn to keep his big stupid mouth firmly shut, why did Gri££in put him at number 1 spot for the London Assembly and not somebody intellegent and competent?

GriffinWatch said...

Masonic handshakes at the ready!!

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha!

So Griffin is Barnbrook's partner at the bash?

Will they do the foxtrot?

Will Barnbrook make another film?

Anonymous said...

I doubt Griffin cares about your comments. Just look at the publicity it will bring, and it might not be the publicity that hardcore nationalists like, but the voting public like to read stories like this. Griffin is playing politics.

Anonymous said...

This story has made the Times, SKY, and now the Guardian. Good publicity for the BNP.

Anonymous said...

There will be a real fight to see who wears the cocktail dress !!!!!

British Civil Rights Movement said...

It just gets better and better. Gable's going to have a heart attack soon.

Anonymous said...

Judging from the hysterical screeching on the media every day with a BNP story, must be hitting a nerve.
I will be voting BNP with pride, roll on June 4th.

Anonymous said...

All the big papers are now carrying the story

Anonymous said...


VOTE: Immigration is an important issue for voters

SEVEN out of 10 voters want immigration cut by more than 80 per cent, a survey has revealed.

Only one in 20 are in favour of the current mass influx let in by Britain’s soft-touch border controls.

Confirmation that immigration is still a serious worry came in the YouGov poll, commissioned by the think-tank Migrationwatch.

Sir Andrew Green, chairman of Migrationwatch, said: “These are stunning results, especially when there are so many other distractions in politics at the moment. They suggest that one reason for public disaffection with politicians is their refusal to even discuss, let alone tackle, real concerns.”

Over the last five years, about 300,000 more people have settled in the UK than left each year.

Labour former minister Frank Field and Tory backbencher Nicholas Soames, co-chairmen of the Commons Cross-Party Group for Balanced Migration, warned: “This poll shows the public’s concern about immigration is widely felt and the demand for change very strong. If mainstream parties do not tackle these issues, the extremist parties will. Silence and inaction are the recruiting sergeants for the BNP.”

Anonymous said...


Mark Serwotka of the PCS and the BNP
It is hardly surprising to read that Mark Serwotka, the general secreatry of the Public and Commercial Services(PCS) trade union has made the following statement at their annual conference.

"The government should sack all members of the BNP that work in the Civil Service," Serwotka said. "There is no place for the division sewn by the BNP and their xenophobic cry of "British jobs for British workers" given to us by Gordon Brown."

Anonymous said...

I like people like Serwotka. The more they open they mouths the more members we get.

Anonymous said...

I don't buy the "all publicity is good publicity" line.

The Catholics are getting loads of publicity at the moment about child abuse. Is that bringing them loads of members?

This story about the Buck House invite will put Barnbrook in the limelight and then his lying about murders will be the focus.

Barnbrook has admitted he lied about the murders. He should have been kept in the closet until the elections were out of the way but instead he has been pushed into prime position. What is going on?

Anonymous said...

Dick 'n' Nick what a lovely couple! By the way whatever happened to Barmbrack's other half, the BNP ballerina?

Anonymous said...

what murders?

Anonymous said...

The same day the left squeal,"dont let Griffin in on security grounds", a fucking nigger immirant lets in those reporters, whom as they said could have planted a bomb in one of the royal cars. Unbelievable!

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