London Calling

Given Richard Barnbrook's views it may have been more apposite to have titled this 'Germany Calling' but William Joyce, former Deputy of the British Union of Fascists under Mosley, was more of a radio star than pop star.

Millions of Britons tuned in to laugh at Lord Haw Haw's preposterous Nazi lies until he was put to death. One of his fellow propagandists, Norman Baillie-Stewart was one of the last to be incarcerated in the Tower of London.

Richard's latest meandering video offering comes courtesy of the wonderful technology of Youtube as posted at the blog of another Deputy Leader: Simon Darby of the British National Party and, with a careful nod to history, begins with a glimpse of The Tower.

I urge everyone to listen to this 10 minutes of gold. Priceless.

Here are some of the comments made by our elected fool:

On the Red White and Blue Festival "Then we had people like Bob Crow coming up...and the unions and Communists marching down... Now for Mr Crow. He's obviously innocent of all the occurring, maybe.

He is involved with...or guilty by association....guilty of a raucous of violence (sic)Children...were able to play freely without the fear of being attacked or absconded (sic) 0.46 secs

On BBC4's Question Time (sic) (=Any Questions on Radio 4)

We were there to ask poignant (sic) questions.Immigration, not immigration par say (sic)........fabric of the democratic problem (?)

A certain part of the community being kept out of their own existence

It's nice to see Mr B using his native language so well. He then waxes lyrically about bringing back the rope for non-capital offences like paedophilia.

Careful, Richard, Mr Joyce was one of the last people to be hanged for treason.

Londoners must be very proud of having this dolt as a representative on the GLA. They say that he is one of the most articulate speakers the BNP has. His more repulsive side can be seen on his own Telegraph blog where he spits on the graves of WW1 soldiers to have a dig at Nelson Mandela and the fight against slavery, and then demands that the Notting Hill Carnival be banned.


Five Chinese Crackers said...

Hi Eric:

"They say that he is one of the most articulate speakers the BNP has."

That's probably only because he's the one least likely to baccidentally blurt the word 'coon'.

Given the content of his last couple of posts, I'm dreading the next at the same time as really hoping for something nastier. If that's possible.

Five Chinese Crackers said...

Just had a look at the goon. I notice the extra allegations of Labour involvement without proof.

Curious that this hasn't made the Telegraph blog. Could it have anything to do with the fact that the Labour involvement nonsense was rumbled so quickly?

eric the fish said...

Well, I think his readers need to hear his further words of wisdom. Let it Be.