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Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

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Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by ufercoffy on 26.04.10 20:19

FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT



On Friday last week, the 23rd of April, the BNP launched their party manifesto for the upcoming General Election. The BNP led by Nick Griffin, has had some recent electoral succeess. In June they won two seats in the European Parliament elections, and now they no doubt hope this will springboard them to a breakthrough on May 6.

"Britain is full. It's the most overcrowded country in Europe. It's time to shut the doors," Griffin said at the launch in Stoke-on-Trent, which was timed for Saint George's Day. The manifesto, entitled "Democracy, Freedom, Culture and Identity", is a series of pledges to halt further inward migration, and is also a policy document to enact the deportion of illegal immigrants and foreign criminals.

The links bewteen Free Masonry and the NF/BNP are not hard to see. Both sects hold extreme views and both are structured in a military fashion. Griffin the son of a Free Mason openly flaunts his Free Mason associations and credentials. Sometimes he does this in the hope of recruiting new members but more often than not he employs the signs of Free Masonry rather as Gerry McCann does - as a warning or talisman. This 'flag waving' is at it's most obvious whenever they perceive they are being threatened. it is rather as a Catholic might cross themselves to ward off the evil or the undesirable.

Last year, around November, Nick Griffin appeared on Question Time . The reception he received was hostile and full of animosity both towards him, his party and his policies. It wasn't very long, 6 minutes and 51 seconds to be precise, before Griffins hands and arms were busy sending out a warning.


At 09:44 minutes in, and Griffin started flagging up the pyramid fingers once again. The person who was causing all this alarm and bother to Griffin was naturally enough Bonnie Greer, who was seated on his left.



14:17 minutes and Griffin really gets into his stride. Just in case you missed the other subtle finger pyramids here griffin goes the whole hog and makes the sign of the Free Mason universal identifier, that of of the all embracing pyramid with arms over his head.

This picture was taken at a Free Masons PGL meeting. the assembled Free Masons can be seen collectively making their universal Craft Sign. This is made just as Griffin intimates in the earlier frame with hands over their heads forming a pyramid.


Most families in the UK have at least one Free Mason member and they as are as we all are free to vote as their consciounce dictates. Membership of the Free Masons is for life, indeed even for death, as to wether or not the Free Mason vote is pleged to Griffin and his despicable policies of social divison is not known. As soldiers in the army that Free Masonry is , it is possible indeed probable that Griffin's gestures might have a very clear meaning and purpose.


Griffin tells us all and quite without hesitation that a vote for him and his party is a vote to put more Free Masons into positions of power in this country . The more likely this is, the more unlikely it will ever be that the case of Madeleine McCann will ever receive independent review or be allowed access to justice.

http://thentherewere4-mccannunravelled.blogspot.com/2010/04/fight-good-fight.html

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by The Shelfstacker on 28.04.10 0:20

I think I am on fairly solid ground in stating there are no Freemasons in my family. In fact I would be staggered if there were (see my avatar). I have known only one Mason in my short but eventful life; he and I used to go and watch West Ham play at home until he joined the NF, which kind of ruled me out of his social circle. He went on to become a Mason. Last saw him at a school reunion six years ago, now married to a black woman.

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Post by littlepixie on 28.04.10 14:07

I was surprised to see the Party Political Broadcast for the BNP shown twice on TV the other night.

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by vaguely1 on 28.04.10 16:16

I'm going to chance my arm and say that at some point in their lives everyone will have made a pyramid shape with assorted parts of their body and that thentherewere4 is a loony.

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Post by The Shelfstacker on 28.04.10 16:52

Which "assorted parts" vaguely1? The mind truly does boggle! But I take your point.

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Post by vaguely1 on 28.04.10 17:03

Nonentity wrote:Which "assorted parts" vaguely1? The mind truly does boggle! But I take your point.

For instance today, I suspect, although I don't know for sure, but when I was leaning over to tie up the laces of my right trainer I may have inadvertently made an obtuse angled triangle.

Plus, I've looked out of my window, and the estate that backs on to our house is literally swarming with triangle shaped roofs. This must be STOPPED!

Lucky, it's not on YouTube.

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by littlepixie on 28.04.10 17:31

lol!

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Post by vaguely1 on 28.04.10 17:52


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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by listener on 28.04.10 18:22

From the OP - "Membership of the Free Masons is for life"

This is not correct - a freemason is quite 'free' to leave his lodge and never return. He can also be 'expelled' at any time should it be found that his behaviour/actions warrented such discipline shame on you

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by vaguely1 on 28.04.10 18:30

maybe if he's caught out maliciously forming circles, or rectangles in public.

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Post by listener on 28.04.10 18:42

lol!

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by Kololi on 28.04.10 19:27

Hi
I got a telling off at work yesterday and in an effort to appear to look as if I was actually listening to the telling off I placed my elbows on the desk and rested my chin on my hands which were clenched together - a proper triangle shape.

It had nothing to do with freemasonry - just seemed more appropriate and less likely to get me in deeper water than lifting my skirt, pointing at my bottom and saying, "kiss that" which was what I was actually thinking.

Take care

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Post by Guest on 28.04.10 19:38

@Kololi wrote:Hi
I got a telling off at work yesterday and in an effort to appear to look as if I was actually listening to the telling off I placed my elbows on the desk and rested my chin on my hands which were clenched together - a proper triangle shape.

It had nothing to do with freemasonry - just seemed more appropriate and less likely to get me in deeper water than lifting my skirt, pointing at my bottom and saying, "kiss that" which was what I was actually thinking.

Take care

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by Rainbow on 28.04.10 21:34

LOL

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Re: Nick Griffin - fight the good fight

Post by Laffin Assasin on 29.04.10 0:49

I wonder if Nick has any connections to "Andy" Griffins or Craptors ?

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Post by kangdang on 29.04.10 16:24

@vaguely1 wrote:I'm going to chance my arm and say that at some point in their lives everyone will have made a pyramid shape with assorted parts of their body and that thentherewere4 is a loony.

I do it all the time when thinking.

ETA i've been told that it is an indicator of intelligent thought!

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Post by vaguely1 on 29.04.10 17:32

@Laffin Assasin wrote:I wonder if Nick has any connections to "Andy" Griffins or Craptors ?

and Ric Griffin. That'd be a shock for him.

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