Shaking the states tree, to see what falls out. Who really pulls Griffarages strings?

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“Violence on the streets of Birmingham was a big story last weekend. Why did some papers get it wrong?
By Peter Cole
Sunday, 30 October 2005
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There was trouble – or a riot – depending on how you see these things, in the Lozells district of Birmingham last weekend. It certainly wasn’t on the scale of Bradford in 2001 or Brixton 20 years before that, but it was unpleasant and it resulted in death, injury and police with riot shields. By the middle of the week it had gone away – at least from the national press.
The trouble involved conflict and violence between the black and Asian communities in that part of the West Midlands. The catalyst, if not the cause, of the trouble was a rumour promoted in the media. It was said that a 14-year-old black girl had been raped by an Asian gang. The media, in this case, were not the mainstream or establishment outlets, but the community websites and pirate radio stations.
As I write, the rumour is still unsubstantiated. No evidence that this event took place has been presented to the police, and the girl herself has not emerged. I read on Pickled Politics, “an online current affairs magazinethat aims to reflect the political voice of young, progressive British Asians”, this contribution:
“I wasn’t on the Birmingham demonstration. At the time, I was shopping in Dalston, east London, with my (black) wife, when some dude in a tea cosy and a airhorn thrust a piece of paper at us … That was the first time I learned of the allegation of serial rape made against members of the Asian business community. Now here is the good news. It seems the good people of Dalston are a lot more sophisticated than our northern brothers and sisters. All around Dalston market there was much talk but little belief that this incident actually took place… Now for the bad news. By the time I got back home later that night, Lozells was already burning.”
You will have to bare with us on this one at the minute. 😉

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10 thoughts on “Shaking the states tree, to see what falls out. Who really pulls Griffarages strings?

  1. Anonymous

    Another truly awful article or two by Morris at Greenberg Arrowitz today. He'll have to go before I have to.I'm becoming Desperate Dan Man.Dearest Paul,Will you please STFU! Every time you open that hole in your face, my chances of retaining the Dictatorship I mean Chaimanship of the BNP take a nose dive.Yours as never,Prick GriffinPS Take a long vacation and the alexa ratings may just stop free falling past 111,841.

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  2. Anonymous

    re anon @ 21:10PS Take a long vacation and the alexa ratings may just stop free falling past 111,841.Let's hope Morris takes a long skydiving vacation and forgets to pack his Griffin's BNP parachute!Greenberg Arrowitz und Freunds just hanging on:-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-nJkH31oVsFrom one of Morris's pathetic articles today:-"Now read the words of probably the greatest man this country has seen in decades – Nick Griffin MEP."The Morris creature forgot to add his usual mandatory BNP after NG MEP. He is obviously reading this blog with his article being about alexa ratings and all. Scary stuff! Aren't you worried GW with the likes of Zio-Morris darkening your cyber doorstep? Baa, baa, baa. Watch those goyim sheep's backs and sides FFS!

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  3. Anonymous

    Another two even more crass than usual articles from the totally demented Morris today. One comparing the running short of ammunition at Rorke's Drift/Battle of Isandlwana with the BNP running short of money thus playing on the usual Gri££in faithful heartstrings in a barely concealed effort to wring money out of those still fooled by such nonsense. The next article switches from false flag "the BNP is running low on ammo" scare stories (where's the £1million pounds/rounds and more that Dowson's supposed to have made since coming on board?) to black flag 'no surrender/no quarter given' as displayed by some die hard Confederates towards the end of the American Civil War. Basically Morris demands that those who have supported the Eddy Butler camp be expelled from the BNP. This from someone who is not even a BNP member himself. Does he not realise how utterly ridiculous this looks? I can't believe he still has otherwise sensible nationalists posting in support of such blatant nonsense. He has to be sick.

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  4. Anonymous

    More on Morris:-I wonder how many people have tried submitting a fair comment posted on that Greenberg Arrowitz fake nationalist Sayanim/Zionist s*ite that is even slightly questioning of Morris's right to call for expulsions from a party that he is not even a member of himself! The man's gone raving mad. A Frank Forte has taken Morris's bait of an article (mainly about Frank Forte) and tried to express reason and defend his position but he is pi**ing in the fake nationalist, I love Israel/I love Gri££in/I love civic multicult 'state' sponsored wind. The usual suspects like BNP/Israel: Brothers in Arms Reconquista and Bertie Bert have crawled from under their stones to complete the hatchet job on Frank Forte. Why is Frank Forte even bothering? No comment in support of him will get published giving the false impression – as intended – that he is a lone voice. He should have been less naive and refused the bait and let them just get on with talking pointlessly amomgst themselves, the nationalist fakes that they are.

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  5. Anonymous

    Griffin i now take these days with a pinch of salt like every other politician ? What they say and declare i believe the oppostie. Interesting point here from one of the red sites. By way of example, according to Butler, who we have no reason to doubt, the party's Midland depot is now four months in arrears with rent and council taxes, and the telephone, gas and electricity bills have not been paid. These debts alone must already amount to something between £5,000 to £10,000, and there is no obvious way in which they can be met.

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  6. Anonymous

    re anon @ 17:43I think we can be certain that any monies donated to Sayanim fake nationalist sites such as Green Arrow or to fake/dodgy appeals like the EHRC begometer on BNP main will be diverted to pay such bills as you mention after state Gri££in's Zioinkers have had their own snouts in the pot. More fool those who hand over their cash to such worthless lost causes as Gri££in's BNP.

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  7. Anonymous

    Tomorrow (Thursday 29th) the Electoral Commission publish the financial accounts for all the political parties,I can't wait to see the BNP's annual accounts a period straddled by several treasurers.

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  8. GriffinWatch

    " Anonymous said… Tomorrow (Thursday 29th) the Electoral Commission publish the financial accounts for all the political parties,I can't wait to see the BNP's annual accounts a period straddled by several treasurers."That's if the accounts are in on time and let's not forget, the 2008 accounts are still under investigation by the Electoral Commission.

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  9. Anonymous

    Anonymous said… Let's hope Morris takes a long skydiving vacation and forgets to pack his Griffin's BNP parachute!===================================Annonymous, Gri££in fucks-up everything associated with him, so, should Morritzstein of the Green Arsehole ever take up skydiving, him using Gri££in's 'chute' would have the same result of leaping out of a plane without a 'chute.KEEP DICKING NICKFly On The Wall

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