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    Poll: BNP on Question Time

    Are you going to watch?

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    Well after all the debate in the media about it, you kind of have to dont you!

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    I always watch QT no matter who is on it so the poll is irrelevant.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisf...p-griffin-hain
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    I never watch it, so I won't be not watching it just because Nick Griffin is on.

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    Don't normally watch, semi-tempted to but probably won't. May PVR it/catch it later.

    Can't see what the fuss is: I don't support the BNP at all (I wouldn't be let in even if I did - part Burmese) but (unfortunately) they are still a legal party with a following. The publicity is only giving them more attention and it's not as if NG is going to leave the show having convinced the other panellists that they have been mistaken all these years and should immediately sign on the dotted BNP line.

    Who are the other guests? Hopefully some people whose very appearance won't sit well with the BNP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeMarchand View Post

    Who are the other guests? Hopefully some people whose very appearance won't sit well with the BNP.
    Jack Straw is one of the other guests.

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    The BBC should be brave and put him on alongside someone who isn't afraid to rip him apart. I vote for Jeremy Clarkson!

    And if you want fisticuffs, maybe George Galloway!

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    Its a sign!!
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    Like any other party, they are entitled to their point of view and opinion, it doesn't mean anyone has to take notice or even listen in the first place.

    I won't be watching because I don't have any receiving equipment in my house, not even an arial on the roof, and that's how I like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom7000 View Post
    The BBC should be brave and put him on alongside someone who isn't afraid to rip him apart. I vote for Jeremy Clarkson!

    And if you want fisticuffs, maybe George Galloway!
    Jeremy Clarkson probably agrees with him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpuffMonkey View Post
    Jeremy Clarkson probably agrees with him...
    Just what I was thinking!

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    Simon Darby, Deputy Chairman of the BNP makes a mushroom of himself on Radio 2.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5jzs28qVYY"]YouTube - Simon Darby - BNP Membership Policy Interview (16-10-09) (Radio 2)[/ame]

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    The BBC should be brave and put him on alongside someone who isn't afraid to rip him apart. I vote for Jeremy Clarkson!

    And if you want fisticuffs, maybe George Galloway!
    I was thinking Paxman.


    As a voted for political party unfortunately they are allowed to be heard and should be heard that’s how our political process works.

    I think them being allowed on QT is a good thing as long as they aren’t allowed to hide behind their blatant lies (BBC NEWS | Politics | BNP to consider non-white members) and are shown to be the racist fascists that they are. By exposing their dark nasty side it will soon remind people why they didn’t vote for them before.

    If that doesn’t get through make them watch Romper Stomper or Good http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0436364/.

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    I cant understand why people dont want NG on the show, i personally think its a good thing, coz if he is questioned on his policies for the health service, education, the war, the credit crunch, he wont have any answers, the bnp has only one policy as far as i am aware and thats get rid of all non whites from england. it'll be fun to watch, i can picture it now,

    david dimbleby - "how would you deal with the current issuses faced by the nhs",

    NG - "errrmm well to start with i'd get rid of the muslims, its thier fault"

    david dimbleby - "ok, but what about the education system",

    NG - "errrmm well to start with i'd get rid of the muslims, its thier fault"

    david dimbleby - "ok, but what about the war in iraq",

    NG - "errrmm well to start with i'd get rid of the muslims, coz thats definitely thier fault"

    david dimbleby - "ok, i think we'll move on",

    NG is a joke and so is the BNP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maniac View Post
    Like any other party, they are entitled to their point of view and opinion, it doesn't mean anyone has to take notice or even listen in the first place.
    Except for the little issue whereby they are currently an 'illegal organisation'... ie. they are breaking the law via their membership policies. Illegal entities should not be allowed to partake in a show paid for by taxpayers. They should be prosecuted!

    Also, when their views are blatantly racist, or bigoted, should they simply be allowed to go spouting them? What if they say something like 'my personal opinion is that gay people should not be allowed to live'. That isn't technically against the law - but those idiot people who follow such people would (and history shows us do) act on such comments...

    That is the concept of 'No Platform'.

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