(Your typical BNP poster boy…?)
If you follow the numerous news stories about the gibbon like decline & fall of the British royal family even a little bit, you won’t really need the following reminders.
So, you have the Queen’s husband Prince Philip, who specialises in remarks like the one he made to a gathering of English students in China, “If you stay here much longer, you’ll all be slitty-eyed.” There’s now even a ‘greatest hits’ compilation on the market, called, ‘Duke of Hazard: The Wit and Wisdom of Prince Philip.’
Then, there are Charles, Prince of Wales and heir to the thrown and his eldest son, Harry, who are both good at spearheading the odd ‘race awareness’ campaign, as the following story shows:
“A former top aide to Prince Charles has told the Guardian that the monarchy needs to boost its efforts to recruit more ethnic minority Britons as senior advisers to the royal family. She gave her view after a week in which two race rows have involved the royal family. Prince Harry had to apologise for calling an army colleague a “Paki” and using the term “rag head”, a term derogatory of Arabs, while Harris said that Prince Charles’s nicknaming of an Asian friend as “Sooty” was due to his age.”
(They don’t call him Dirty Harry for nothing…)
That’s the same Harry, incidentally, who likes to dress up in an S.S. uniforms:
“In January 2005, Harry attended a “Colonials and Natives” costume party dressed in an SS uniform from the Afrika Corps during World War II. The timing was particularly poor, shortly before the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. In addition to being politically incorrect, the costume was actually incorrect — the Afrika Corps did not wear the Nazi swastika, and the swastika on Harry’s armband was backwards.”
Okay, I can hear the few remaining readers sigh and think, ‘Who gives a fuck about these inbred royal dinosaurs and their retarded remarks and buffoonish behaviour?’
Which is a fair point – and God knows that, normally, I couldn’t care less about them than I do about collecting ‘Kyle Minogue in Concert’ T-shirts.
It’s just that I had to think of all these royal racist remarks when I was reading the following story:
“A BNP assembly member who planned to take the BNP leader, Nick Griffin, to a Buckingham Palace garden party hosted by the Queen was today told he would be barred from attending unless he agreed to take another guest. In a letter to Richard Barnbrook, Jeff Jacobs, the deputy chief executive of the Greater London Authority, also warned him to “desist” from creating any further adverse publicity.”
Which just goes to show that life can be very unfair, at times.
So, here’s one of the few parties the BNP crowd could attend where they would be sure to meet and possibly recruit some very highly placed, like-minded souls and then they hear they might get barred from it.