posted on Oct, 24 2009 @ 09:56 AM
The BNP have risen in the polls because when Mr Griffin went on question time he was hounded, bullied and more or less pilloried by every single
person who spoke. It was disgusting to watch!
If you want to win an argument it tends to work against you if you devolve to insults and slanging matches. This is exactly what the BNP was hoping
for. The BNP came out of question time looking like victims and that was exactly what they were hoping to be perceived as.
I noticed that whenever Mr Griffin was insulted or his intelligence was called into question he grinned or smiled.
I saw the game he was playing the moment he first smiled but apparently all the “learned” people who chose to talk down to him could not because
they had bought tickets to the lynching party and wanted to make sure they hammered home their disgust rather than engage the BNP leader in measured
The members of the panel and the audience had lost all objectivity the moment they stepped into the chamber and quickly ended up pandering to the
I mentioned this tactic as the crowds of sheep stood outside the gates of the BBC baying for blood and I hoped the attendees of question time would
not sink to their level and simply give vent to rage.
Smash the BNP but do it through debate and win, not by throwing a tantrum and losing the moral high ground.
The BNP could have been squashed there and then but no, the argument got blown away because of inflated ego and hopes of personal advancement by
clumsy attempts at slaying the metaphorical dragon.
Do you really think Mr Griffin has filed a complaint because he felt victimised? No he has filed a complaint to capitalise on the verbal lynching he
received. For him it was all a win, win outcome.
He is a loathsome toad, spouting lies, hate and inaccurate rhetoric but Mr Griffin is not a fool.
Better luck next time BBC (fools)