Christ, I see the mongtards of the Labour Party are still protesting that Nick Griffin should be "no-platformed". Some dickwad has just been on the news wittering on about how the leaders of the big three parties should not allow their MPs to appear next to the monocular mentalist. Sorry, the other monocular mentalist.
But fucking Jesus, folks, has anyone fucking noticed how well the fucking no-platform strategy has worked so far? I mean, the BNP was not allowed a platform up till now, and they managed to get electoral success. Nick Griffin is a fucking MEP, in an irony implosion of note. Giving the fuckers no platform hasn't done fucking shit to stop them.
So why the fucking fuck are people still trying to promote the idea? Jesus, Dianne Abbott just about tied herself in knots this morning trying to explain why she supported freedom of speech but the BNP shouldn't be allowed to air its views.
Labour is fucking shitting themselves over this one, and it's pretty clear why: they know that the BNP shares a massive amount of common policy and common ideology with them. They know that when people look at the BNP and Labour side by side, they're going to find them a lot more in common than different.
And nobody likes looking in the mirror and seeing the truth.
Update: I'm not sure why Justin appears to have snubbed me, but this is still a cracking post.