Wednesday, 21 October 2009

I'm guessing Johann Hari

The researchers had also invited an excitable teenage 'cultural commentator' from one of the unpopular papers by way of balance.

He managed to work himself up into such an hysterical, nasal lather of sweaty indignation - squealing like Ned Beatty in Deliverance - that he succeeded only in making the BNP man seem reasonable.



Simon said...


On a more serious point, surely this is a question about what does free speech mean in this country?

I do not and will never believe in pic n mix(blog plug). It's all or none.

I've linked in on my blog if that's ok?

Obnoxio The Clown said...

Of course it's OK! :o)

subrosa said...

The hoo-haa about this week's Questiontime has just given more credence to the BNP. The BBC and London labour have played it very badly indeed.

Will I watch it? Who knows. ;)