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ah, the old Holocaust Denier.

I'd be quite amused if Mark Collett was on there - that would really be a shot in the foot!

Funny how many of this guy's backers are braindeads.
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The LibLabCon are bricking themselves. "Who can take on Nick Griffin"? Often on Question Time we have the treacherous sight of the carefully selected panel taking turns to call the BNP the same old standard LibLabCon words - "Abhorrant", "Disgrace" "Shameful", and now Nick Griffin will be sat alongside them. It will be 5 against 1, the BBC will make sure of that, but there will b 4 people on that panel knocked down a peg or two.
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It doesn't matter who turns up on Question Time, Mr Griffin will emerge with greater credibility than he had before. People underestimate how good an orator he is, put him on the ropes and he'll counter the accusations. Case in point was the tirade he faced during the coverage of the European elections, in which his party was criticised for white only membership. He pointed out the hypocricy of this argument by revealing the acceptability of a Black Police Association. He'll have something up his sleeve, and a group of panellists laying into him will force viewers to perceive the program as biased, increasing sympathy for Griffin.

Not that I'm a fan of the BNP mind. What I'm saying is that if you put him on television and devote too much attention to his highly objectionable party it could backfire. A show where the BNP takes part shouldn't be about the BNP but the bigger issues.
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(Original post by Henry JW)
It doesn't matter who turns up on Question Time, Mr Griffin will emerge with greater credibility than he had before. People underestimate how good an orator he is, put him on the ropes and he'll counter the accusations. Case in point was the tirade he faced during the coverage of the European elections, in which his party was criticised for white only membership. He pointed out the hypocricy of this argument by revealing the acceptability of a Black Police Association. He'll have something up his sleeve, and a group of panellists laying into him will force viewers to perceive the program as biased, increasing sympathy for Griffin.

Not that I'm a fan of the BNP mind. What I'm saying is that if you put him on television and devote too much attention to his highly objectionable party it could backfire. A show where the BNP takes part shouldn't be about the BNP but the bigger issues.
Thats why you need intelligent people like Daniel Hannan, Vince Cable and Tony Benn on there rather than your average MP's, they absolutely cannot afford to get owned by the BNP on TV.
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Anyone mentioned Mike Tyson?
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Mandy would be good.
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anne frank?
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Would love to see Jacqui Smith or Harriet Harman, just for the entertainment generated by their pure rubbishness.
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(Original post by Neville 'Facking' Bartos)
Anyone mentioned Mike Tyson?
I did actually. :awesome:
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(Original post by Kickflip)
The LibLabCon are bricking themselves. "Who can take on Nick Griffin"? Often on Question Time we have the treacherous sight of the carefully selected panel taking turns to call the BNP the same old standard LibLabCon words - "Abhorrant", "Disgrace" "Shameful", and now Nick Griffin will be sat alongside them. It will be 5 against 1, the BBC will make sure of that, but there will b 4 people on that panel knocked down a peg or two.
The video in you sig is one of the most stupid I have ever seen.

Half of all babies born in Holland are muslim? :rolleyes: lmao
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dizzee rascal too. he is gonna be the next pm, so only fair he gets in on the action
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Shami Chakrabati, I hate her but she'd tear Griffin to shreads.
Vince Cable, best politician.
William Hague, I have a lot of respect for him.
Frank Field, probably the only Labour MP who'd tell it how it is.
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Konnie Huq, Will Young, Alex James and June Sarpong obviously.

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or actually... A Hitchens, Ian Hislop/Will Self if he's in the mood, Hague, Vince the prince, Hazel Blears (she might not be the most hated person on the panel for once..)
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I'd go with;
William Hague for the Tories, or Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones.

Griffin (duh!)
Frank Field, the best Labour MP IMO/ Or Gerald Kaufman, to see how Griffin would react.
Dr Evan Harris, just to see that hyper-liberal attack dog go at him.
Shami Chakrabarti
I dunno..... Dizzee Rascal?
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I wonder if abu hamza would be available...

Omid Djalili would be very good btw, pos rep to rich 8980
He hasn't much time on his hands at the moment.
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Stephen Fry
Jeremy Paxman
Stephen Sackur
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A Tory who may agree with half of what Griffin says lol...maybe Ann Widdecombe
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Stewart Lee.
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Stephen Fry
Stephen Fry is a very good shout
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Stephen Fry is a very good shout
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