David Icke, Nick Griffin: complex ideas can't be transmitted in basic image macros.
Nick Griffin's expulsion on Tuesday drew the veil over an era in British far-right politics where it both tipped towards respectability and lurched from calamity to disaster like a drunk clown at a six-year-old’s birthday party.
The controversial politician said he doesn't “give a damn” what his former party said and gave insight into his plans to launch and lead a new political movement.
He compared refugees to "Norman bastard" William the Conqueror.
If you paid £40, you could go to watch "Europe rising again".
Last week, Azerbaijan held a presidential election. To the surprise of absolutely no one, incumbent President Ilham Aliyev was elected for a third term, with 85 percent of the vote. The closest and essentially only opposing candidate, 61-year-old...
Just over a month ago, a blogger sent me an article translated from a right-wing Greek newspaper. The clipping contained an interview with an obscure far-right group called Black Lily, who were making bold claims about having a "whole platoon of...
It sounds like he's having a lovely time.
"There's a long, long list, starting with some of my wives."
Nick Griffin wants to bone the country into his own image.
Lots of stuff happened in Syria this weekend, but you were probably too drunk to notice.
"You always get some organised Jewry telling you you're hurting their feelings. Everyone gets hurt feelings, get over it."