Interesting to note that Panorama is running a programme on Monday evening detailing the woes and afflictions that face “Asians” living in a council estate in the summer of 2009. I suspect this is not entirely unrelated to the appearance by BNP Nick Griffin on Question Time three nights later. The BBC is setting an agenda here which will culminate on Thursday night.

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24 Responses to SETTING UP THE BNP

  1. Will says:

    With reports of extreme opponents of the BNP getting audience tickets I will be surprised if the programme is ever fully broadcast. That will be a disappointment to Dimpleby whose self-satisfaction will know no bounds when he puts his own questions & makes constant brilliant interruptions  to ensure that Griffin gets no benefit from his appearance. 


  2. Martin says:

    Griffin will be stitched up, but the problem is in the eyes of the LABOUR voters that back him he will be seen as the victim and this whole thing will play into his hands.

    Wouldn’t it have been better to put an extremeist Muslim on with him like that arsewipe Chowdry?


  3. George R says:

     BBC ‘Panorama’ will not explore racism against white people.

     And ‘Panorama’ will continue its campaign on behalf of ‘asylum seekers’ and illegal immigrants to enter Britain in unlimited numbers.


  4. Travis Bickle says:

    Griffin is used to being constantly interrupted by lefty interviewers playing up to their perceived audience, so he talks like a dog eats.

    However, I suspect the BBC will load the audience with egg throwing hippies, braying students and hate-filled weirdy-beardies to ensure that Griffin never gets a word in.  All over the watchful eye of some sixty year old security guard.

    Expect al beeb to wheel out phrases such as “Lessons have ben learned” by the truckload, come the major fuck up that will be post BNP question time.


  5. Guest says:

    Amazing to witness respected (well, none I have any for now), ‘professional’ commentators getting all of a lather at the prospect at this ‘event’, yet curiously uncurious at the processes (and reasons behind them) that go into the the protagonists, the locations and audiences, and will do more to shape perceptions tan anything tangible asked or answered.

    I don’t know why they don’t just call it Colluseum Time and admit they are not above stabbing in the back any they don’t approve of to help ‘enhance the narrative’.


  6. googleborg says:

    It’s no wonder why manipulative F**ks like nick and his BNP cohorts get support when BBC luvvies like Jo Brand can say ‘you can’t be racist against white people’ and get away with it with seemingly no fanfare what-so-ever.  BNP inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of far-left arrogance.

    Putting him and anjem choudary on would be a laugh, though.


  7. George R says:

    The BBC studiously avoids reference to daily Islam-inspired violence against Christians:

    “Taliban in Pakistan: Christians must convert to Islam or pay jizya, or else be killed and their women ‘treated as sex slaves'”


  8. Opinionated More Than Educated says:

    I suspect this is not entirely unrelated to the appearance by BNP Nick Griffin on Question Time three nights later. 

    How do you think the BBC should set the scene for Mr Griffin’s appearance on Question Time? Perhaps a list of the positive possibilities of a BNP government?


    • dave s says:

      Why should the BBC “set the scene” in any way at all ?
      What possible benefit is it to anyone ?
      Opinions and predudices reinforced all round I expect.
      The only possible winner will be the BNP which will have it’s belief in a media stitch up reinforced and behave accordingly


      • Bob says:

        There is little proof of any scene setting either way – no one seems to have mentioned the fact that this documentary being about experiences of summer 2009 would have been commissioned months ago – the BBC only made the decision to invite Griffin on in August/Sept, it was probably in final production by then

        The best allegation you can make here is that they moved it by a week or two deliberately, which is entirely based on conspiracy theories

        I ask, why would the supposedly leftie BBC invite them on in the first place when labour’s policy is one of no engagement and they would certainly back them in that decision?


  9. Asuka Langley Soryu says:

    I don’t normally watch any of the pointless faggotry the BBC craps out onto the EM spectrum, but I may have to make an exception for this Thursday’s Question Time. Hell, it’ll be worth it for the lulzy irony of having the Islamist Fascist contingent of the hilariously-titled Unite Against Fascism – members of which the UAF/BBC are apparently placing in the more-laughably-unrepresentative-of-anything-outside-some-demented-Beeboid’s-wet-dream-than-usual audience – giving Mr. Griffin grief about Holocaust denial and racism.

    Also, kudos to Aunty for actually showing some backbone for once and allowing Griffin on in the first place. They may just be doing it out of a desperate attempt to curtail the growing popularity of the BNP by throwing all its immense resources at attacking him, but still. 


  10. Ed (ex RSA) says:

    No doubt all the woes of the “Asians” will be presented as the fault of the kuffar and his Islamophobia and not paying enough jizya rather than the backward practices of the followers of the RoP.


  11. David vance says:


    No engagement.


  12. DJ says:

    Man, I can’t wait for the follow-up, where a guy walks through Bradford town centre in a skullcap. I’m guessing that’ll be next week’s show, right?



  13. Anonymous says:

    Good Lord….

    Even New Labour M.P.s are bewildered by this <a href=”“>BBC LOGIC!</a>


  14. Anonymous says:

    I must say that, even though I don’t think that the Biased BBC should be giving the B.N.P. an ounce of publicity what-so-ever, I do myself wonder where the BBCs condemnation of Anjem Choudarys “March for Islam” on October the 31st (halloween) has gotten to. Lost in the Islamic system of BBC post perhaps?


  15. Heads on poles says:

    I’ve been growing increasingly suspicious of this whole thing and I think I now realise why.
    The BBC have never even entertained the idea of a bit of free speech WRT the BNP.
    Until now, what happened to make the BBC change their iliberal liberal minds?
    This idea has only come about since Sky announced their idea to get the three main parties together for a televised debate.
    The BBC, having clearly been upstaged by that nasty free marketeer Murdoch needed something to come back with that would be bigger and get more headlines – easy to write your own when you can announce them on dozens of television and radio channels.
    What about getting the BNP on for a debate?
    There can hype this up for weeks, asking any politician that we interview if they would be prepared to attend (knowing they won’t and thereby causing more controversy and a bit of advertising).
    All the advertising can then move on to ‘will there be disruption’ advertising on the news – we can drag this out for a week or two..
    Then a bit of trouble outside and if we are lucky, some rehearsed trouble inside?

    Perhaps I’m being overly cynical but with the BBC throwing out bias as they have done over the years, I don’t think I can be completely to blame but I hope that you agree that this volte face has come from nowhere and only since the campaign from Sky.
    I look forward to QT but I fear it will be a farce, concerned more with ratings, propaganda and pantomime than freedom of speech.


  16. George R says:

    “Surrender: Appeasing Islam, Sacrificing Freedom”


  17. George R says:

    For guilt-ridden BBC: history of the Islamic slave trade.

    Is this the history which all Muslims feel guilty about?

    No doubt the BBC will run a series critical of the ISLAMIC SLAVE TRADE, and that such a series will be adopted as part of the curriculum in all Muslim and non-Muslim schools in Britain:

    “The Islamic Trade in African Slaves”


  18. John Horne Tooke says:

    I wonder if this bloke would be described as “far right” by the BBC.

    He sounds a bit like Geert Wilders – does he not?


  19. George R says:

    For BBC and ‘Panorama’:

    “UK: Jihadist preacher Anjem Choudary calls on Queen to convert to Islam”


  20. George R says:

    BBC: ears burning? –

    “The liberal intelligentsia has put the BNP’s rise down to the bigotry and imbecility of ordinary people.
    “Having turned patriotism from a civic virtue into a racial crime, however, it is that elite which has driven thousands of decent, patriotic British people, both white and dark-skinned, to supporting the BNP.
    “This is because it appears to be the only party (except for UKIP, which is seen to be a single issue, anti-European organisation) that allows them to uphold such a belief.
    “What a terrible indictment  –  that the only party which allows people to express their patriotism is one that exploits and manipulates such feelings for other, unsavoury, ends.
    “The mainstream parties seem principally concerned to demonstrate their own virtue by competing to be the loudest to denounce the BNP as vile and despicable.
    “This, however, conceals a devastating reality  –  that the people who are truly responsible for the rise of the BNP by abandoning and demonising the ordinary decent people of Britain are none other than themselves. ”  MELANIE PHILLIPS,  ‘Daily Mail’ today 😉 .

    Read more:


  21. Jason Timberland says:

    I hope they raise this one on QT:

    I guess the price of cats is set to rise now the precedent has been set.