And he's in fine form here, mocking our flaccid politicians for entirely failing to come to grips with what the BNP have found a good campaign tactic:
Westminster parties have kept their baffled silence and are giving the BNP a monopoly over the most explosive issue in politics.
You'd think Gordon Brown and David Cameron would have been shocked into action after seeing Griffin win a seat in Brussels.
Almost a MILLION voters chose the BNP. And make no mistake: we're not talking about a million racists.
Griffin never mentions his whites-only membership policy. He campaigns, simply, on controlling immigration.
In the recession, it's a bigger subject than ever because the layoffs are hitting British- born people hardest.
Strip out the public sector and do you know how many new jobs have gone to British workers since 1997?
Zero. Squat. Nada. In fact, there are fewer UK-born workers in the private sector than 12 years ago.
That last bit was particularly scary.
Now, don't get me wrong. I'm actually all for uncontrolled immigration. What I'm not in favour of is uncontrolled benefits being dished out to uncontrolled immigrants. And I'm definitely not in favour of taxes on uncontrolled immigrants being used to fund a class of client state voters who do fuck all but endorse this rather astonishing state of affairs.
What the fuck is going on?