Tuesday, June 11, 2013

BNP leader Nick Griffin visits Syria after receiving invite from President Assad

  • Invited by President Assad to take part in a fact-finding visit to country
  • Griffin said he wants to highlight risk of Government’s support for rebels
  • He has been tweeting since his arrival in war torn country
  • He has compared it to 'Belfast - during the troubles' on his account

British National Party leader Nick Griffin paid a surprise visit to Syria on a fact finding mission
British National Party leader Nick Griffin paid a surprise visit to Syria on a fact finding mission
British National Party leader Nick Griffin has arrived in Syria after being invited to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country by the regime of President Bashar Assad.
Mr Griffin said he wanted to highlight the risk that the UK Government’s support for opposition fighters seeking to oust Assad was posing.
Writing on Twitter, he said it could plunge the Middle Eastern state into an 'Iraq-style hell of sectarian hate'.
And he linked the kind of Islamist militancy espoused by some of the rebels with the murder of soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich last month.
BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland.
The spokesman stressed that he was not being paid by the Syrian regime and did not want his presence in the country to be seen as an endorsement of Assad.
'What he wants is to let people have a proper view of what is going on in Syria, because at the moment all we have is William Hague and his infantile war-mongering,' said Mr Darby.
'He wants to ascertain just how many British citizens are fighting out there for the so-called Free Syrian Army and other elements opposed to Assad.
Syrians holding up national flags and photos of Syrian President Bashar Assad as they celebrate their return to al-Qusair city.
Syrians holding up national flags and photos of Syrian President Bashar Assad as they celebrate their return to al-Qusair city. Mr Griffin said he was not being paid by the Syrian regime and did not want his presence in the country to be seen as an endorsement of Assad
'He is representing the point of view of ordinary British people who don’t want any engagement in the Middle East and its troubles, any more than they wanted to fight in Afghanistan and Iraq.

'He is MEP for the North West and he is sick and tired of seeing lads from Manchester and Liverpool coming back in body bags or with arms and legs missing because the Government got them involved in business that isn’t any concern of ours.'
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is said to have invited Mr Griffin to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country
Syrian President Bashar Assad is said to have invited Mr Griffin to take part in a fact-finding visit to the war-torn country
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter
Mr Griffin crossed into Syria from neighbouring Lebanon and posted a series of comments on Twitter

BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland
BNP spokesman Simon Darby said Mr Griffin, who is an MEP for North West England, was invited to Damascus as part of a delegation of European politicians, including MEPs and MPs from Belgium, Russia and Poland
'Crossed border into Syria yesterday,' he said. 'Now in Damascus, which is busy, a modern, bustling city. Security rather like Belfast in Troubles.
'Fact finding mission. Cameron & Hague plan to send UK money & weapons to rebels dominated by Islamist jihadis like killers of Lee Rigby.
'Occasional explosions in distance but life in capital normal.
'Traffic busy, shops full of goods. Families out in sun. Why turn stable secular state into Iraq-style hell of sectarian hate?
'More madness from the people who dragged us to costly war in Iraq & Afghan(istan).'

NWN:  Looks like the DAILY MAIL is giving corrupt Nick Griffin 'a leg up' for next years Euro elections. At the last Euro elections he got elected by the sheer hard work of the BNP activists in places like the former BNP strongholds in areas such as Oldham and Burnley. 
Griffin went in and destroyed each and every BNP stronghold nationwide over the years, so now there are no BNP strongholds. 
And now we are seeing the 'mass media' keeping Griffin in the limelight. 
The other day, the media focussed on Griffin sending a TWEET about the old marxist terrorist Nelson Mandela.
Today the above.

Let us see the media 'puffs' continue for Gri££in as they no doubt will. 
'They' need him to keep nationalism in the UK 'in check', and he has done a damned good job for 'them' hasn't he ?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nick Griffin was not invited by Assad or the 'Syrian regime' He was issued a Syrian visa - much like any tourist or journalist might be, and this does not properly constitute an invitation from either Assad or the 'regime'.

Ian Black has thankfully now amended the previous, misleading title to his article - 'BNP leader Nick Griffin arrives in Syria after invitation from Assad regime'. It now reads, correctly: 'BNP leader Nick Griffin visits Syria'.

Please amend the statement above which suggests in no uncertain terms that Griffin was 'invited' by Assad. It is misleading and inflammatory.

Anonymous said...

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/shortcuts/2013/jun/11/facts-bnp-nick-griffin-syria

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Hey NWN do you think the state will engineer Griffin getting a second EURO term ?

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