Richard Barnbrook doesn’t like foreigners, especially Muslims. That is why he is the BNP’s London Assembly member. Yet, despite this loathing, he found time in his busy schedule to go help some foreigners in Germany (or ‘Germans’, as they are better known). What a nice chap. These Germans (called the Pro-Cologne group), don’t like Muslims either, which was why they were trying to stop the construction of a mosque in Cologne. Richard and his new friends got on well:
Now Richard tells us what happened:
“Not long back from the Pro-Cologne conference which had to be abandoned due to the violent actions of thousands of specially bussed in left wing thugs.”
There were thousands of you?
“On picking up The Times this morning I am left astonished about the nature of the report concerning the weekend’s events.”
So it wasn’t a BNP propaganda piece you mean?
“I could go and spend several hours trying to put forward a case of astonishing hypocrisy.”
Good idea; stick to what you know best.
Sadly, the conference descended into farce when left-wing protestors found out the location and converged on it. All the brave Islamophobes ran away, and the local businesses wouldn’t even serve them a beer. Richard said the Times article failed to reflect reality, so he made up what happened (no, really). I can do no better than to quote one of the commentators on the thread:
“The somewhat important difference between your reports would appear to be that the events in one actually happened and you just made up the other.
You need to grasp the distinction between ‘out there’ (in the world) and ‘in here’ (in your mind).”
Perhaps it was simply Richard’s creative side reasserting itself?
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