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shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 08:24
Still..........I suppose it will give Nick Griffin someone to talk to!!

:laugh

Pondlife
22nd July 2010, 08:27
:spel

Hosting surely

Clippy
22nd July 2010, 11:24
How did the Egyptian grocer (Al Fayed) used to refer to him?

German something - not nazi.

thunderlizard
22nd July 2010, 11:27
(c) everybody in the world

The Duke of Edinburgh grew up in Germany but left in 1933 at the age of 12, following his Jewish ex-headmaster. Not everybody would have taken such a drastic anti-racist stand at such a tender age.

Flashman
22nd July 2010, 11:29
Personally I'd rather chat to a nice old Greek person than a plastic paddy.

YMMV

shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 11:32
Personally I'd rather chat to a nice old Greek person than a plastic paddy.

YMMV

I am sure the pair of you would not run out of monosyllabic grunting options before the majority of guests had been lulled to sleep.

centurian
22nd July 2010, 11:53
He's now being denied entry for politicising his attendance to the event.

Give someone enough rope and they will surely hang themselves. :yay:

shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 11:57
He's now being denied entry for politicising his attendance to the event.

Give someone enough rope and they will surely hang themselves. :yay:

Bit of a shame really. Phil the Greek could have learned a thing or two about social etiquette from "Essex man"!

:laugh

vetran
22nd July 2010, 12:35
He was born in Germany, is in his 80s and he occasionally makes a comment that is considered offensive by today's standards. I'm in my forties and grew up in an 'enlightened society' where I have to refer to someone as chair for no sensible reason.

Beauty & truth tend to be in the eye of the beholder, discrimination is going that way. I note not much censure in the papers about 'Spanish practices' etc But plenty about 'Jerry Built' yet we attack someone who has done little to warrant it.

shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 12:43
yet we attack someone who has done little to warrant it.

No. We attack someone who has a long track record of embarrassing gaffes, committed over a prolonged period of time.

HTH

shaunbhoy
22nd July 2010, 14:33
I think he has a curious sense of humour.

And an unfortunate habit of getting his words mixed up.

You wouldn't chuckle. He would embarrass Bernard Manning at times.

Clippy
22nd July 2010, 16:43
I think he has a curious sense of humour.

And an unfortunate habit of getting his words mixed up.

We are not amused! (http://republicanism.com.au/?p=97)

xoggoth
22nd July 2010, 18:13
As it happens we are having a a barbecue this evening and some of the missus's lefty ex colleague teachers are coming so, as he was free, I phoned up and invited Nick Griffin along. I know they'll enjoy it.

TimberWolf
23rd July 2010, 11:56
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has confronted BNP leader Nick Griffin, calling him a "gutless coward".
BBC News - Peter Tatchell confronts BNP's Nick Griffin (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-10729194)

I was just looking up Peter Tatchell in Wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Tatchell), and boy is he no coward :eek