Wednesday, 17 February 2010

Richard Barnbrook on the "conversational" BNP

The BNP's prospective leader of Barking and Dagenham Council writes on his Telegraph blog

Their [the UAF] value to Labour is to allow them deny responsibility for their intimidatory tactics. Fortunately their shrill and strident approach tends to compare unfavourably with the conversational, engaging and professional approach of BNP canvassers. Let them shout and scream while we listen and discuss.

What, "listen and discuss" like this?

Remind me not to have a "discussion" with your canvassers any time soon Richard.

3 comments:

chpaul said...

Why have the "cuffs" come off? Is he finally getting a new suit?

AdamB said...

"Adj. 1. off-the-cuff - with little or no preparation or forethought"

Sounds about right for Richard.

Hex said...

Interestingly, the hand on the left of the picture is wearing a weighted-knuckle glove. For those who don't know, that's a hand-to-hand combat weapon.