Further evidence of the subtle link that exists between the state and the Griffin-led BNP.
The ‘free speech’ trial of 2006 was a con, as some nationalist commentators surmised, designed to give Griffin the publicity he wanted in exchange for the state being seen to ‘fairly’ to clamp down on hate espoused by extremist Muslim clerics.
There has always been a very subtle and barely visible current existing betwen the machinations of the state and the freedom of manouvre given to Griffin by the state. There does seem to exist some symbiosis that allows the two to co-exist quite easily, as long as Griffin abides by the limits imposed on him by the state (no doubt well oiled by an unwillingness by the state to investigate or prosecute Griffin for his corruption).
The fact that the BNP is now a Zionist anti-Jihadist movement that has embraced both Israel and the neo-con agenda and is now steadily becoming a multicultural party shows how far this process of political osmosis has gone.
The state and its agents must be laughing at the stupidity and (misguided) loyalty of the BNP membership as they witness the extent to which its pliable membership has accepted an agenda wholly opposed to nationalism’s fundamentals without sparking off a massive internal revolt.”
* link added by G.W.
An excellent comment fella.