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  • Lee John Barnes gets noticed

    by Rumbold
    25th October, 2009 at 2:17 pm    

    Everybody’s favourite BNP blogger, Lee John Barnes LLB (Hons.), has been featured in the Sunday Express after the paper picked up threats made to David T of Harry’s Place. Lee John Barnes, the BNP’s legal director, said:

    When Mr Toube, one of Britain’s most prominent Jews, told Mr Barnes, 43, not to get “too smug”, the BNP man replied: “That’s fine. Just remember though, ‘You will reap what you sow’. “The way you treat us now is how we shall treat you in the future. The example you set us is the example we will follow when we are in power…

    “The many different pressure points are beginning to converge towards a ‘tipping point’, a moment of political equilibrium when revolutionary social and political change occurs.” He added: “Best you show us some respect, some day you will want us to respect you.”

    This seemed quite mild to me compared to some of the things Lee John Barnes (LJB) says when commenting on Pickled Politics. LJB is unrepentent, apart from claiming that he didn’t mean the comment to be a specifically anti-Jewish threat, a claim then nullified by his subsequent words:

    The way those in power treat us now, is the way we will treat them when we are in power.

    Interesting though that the owner of Harrys Place is Jewish, as Harrys Place main writer Edmund Standing is also Jewish and Richard Desmond who owns the Daily Express who printed the article is Jewish and the article quotes the CST, which is the C18 of British Zionism and a Jewish Zionist para-military group that have issued death threats to me many times in the past.

    My favourite death threat from the CST was the one where they said they would tie me to a chair and slowly strangle me.

    I think that what we have here is the UK Zionist Network revealing itself, the UK wing of the Israeli Foreign Ministry using media terror and physical death threats to silence their opponents.

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    1. emELLem jOE

      Lee John Barnes gets noticed: Everybody’s favourite BNP blogger, Lee John Barnes LLB (Hons.), has been featured..

    2. pickles

      New blog post: Lee John Barnes gets noticed

    1. Binky — on 25th October, 2009 at 2:48 pm  

      LJB ought NOT to be wasting his time yelling at lentil-eating nutcases and sandal-wearing cranks here; he should be engaged in constructive work for the BNP.

      In fact, I’m surprised he hasn’t been slapped down sharply by the Griffin; Attlee told Harold Laski “A period of silence on your part would be helpful” and the same applies to the Griffin and LJB.

      Let us consider the issue charitably.

      For LJB to continue raving about Odin, Thor, the Holy Grail, archaic folk religions, Druidic rites, stone circles, crop circles, The Old Straight Track, the teachings of Alaister Crowley, the occult powers of Madame Blavatsky, runic insciptions, the healing poewer of crystals and UFOs is just too much of a real giveaway - LJB has too much buzzing around in his skull at once and needs to get his medication intake altered.

    2. chairwoman — on 25th October, 2009 at 3:03 pm  

      He certainly is doing constructive work for the BNP :)

    3. Rumbold — on 25th October, 2009 at 3:23 pm  

      I do like how someone called ‘Binky’ is telling others to behave.

    4. Don — on 25th October, 2009 at 3:48 pm  

      Lee LLB (Hons) is a treasure, isn’t he? The gift that keeps on giving.


      Lentils and sandals? Are you in some sort of time-warp? I’ll have you know my lentil, bacon, potato, leek and onion broth is an inexpensive, nourishing and delicious winter warmer. Especially with bruschetta.

    5. Shatterface — on 25th October, 2009 at 3:50 pm  

      LJB is quite my favourite racist scumbag. He does more to discredit the BNP than anyone else - remember his ‘You are all our bitches now!’ when Griffin was first invited on Question Time?

      Good on HP, which, for all it’s faults gets rise after wise out of the fuckwit, and on Edmund Standing for continuing his campaign despite the unfair attacks made upon him here and elsewhere.

      What, by the way, is a ‘prominent Jew’?

    6. Binky — on 25th October, 2009 at 3:53 pm  


      Is that delectable-sounding outline recipe one approved by ‘The Modern Parents’ in the pages of ‘Viz’ I wonder?

      Jocasta Innes [I think I have the name right] once wrote a slender volume called ‘The Pauper’s Cookbook’ full of such treats but I lent mine to someone who lived in a caravan on a few acres of rushes in County Leitrim and never got it back.

    7. Binky — on 25th October, 2009 at 4:11 pm  

      On food:

      but EVERYONE knows all that anyway.,

    8. Don — on 25th October, 2009 at 4:12 pm  


      Got a copy. It’s a damned good book in these straitened times.

    9. Don — on 25th October, 2009 at 4:27 pm  

      That link contained a colcannon recipe which reminded me how long it’s been since we had a proper bubble&squeak. Definitely on my to-do list. (Has to include torn-up yorkshires and the scraps of the Sunday roast to be proper.)

      But even if you don’t do a Sunday roast, this dish is still more interesting, relevant and useful than Lee LLB (Hons).

    10. Binky — on 25th October, 2009 at 4:54 pm  

      Last word re. paupers and their cookery, from me at least:

      The book advertised by one Katherine Whitehorn I remember for its advice that it was, astonishingly, possible to cook tripe without actually looking at it - as though it was a Gorgon’s head.

    11. Binky — on 25th October, 2009 at 5:43 pm  

      Those who enjoy JLB’s work will be delighted that I came across this:

      Odd stuff, one might say.

    12. MaidMarian — on 25th October, 2009 at 6:21 pm  

      The problem here is that all the press coverage is feeding right into the BNP. If a party lives on victomhood, well QT and the subsequent media coverage is a dream come true. It’s not a question of giving the BNP credibility - it’s about letting them pump out their brand of faux politics.

      Of course, New Labour ministers have been treated far worse in the media, on the talkboards and the like.

      But for as long as there are people who, apparently seriously, believe in, ‘lentil-eating nutcases and sandal-wearing cranks,’ what’s the point?

    13. douglas clark — on 25th October, 2009 at 9:40 pm  


      Do you think David T and I should set up a victim support group :-)

    14. Rumbold — on 25th October, 2009 at 10:07 pm  


      Hehehe: “my name is … and I have been abused by Lee John Barnes.”

    15. KB Player — on 26th October, 2009 at 12:04 am  

      Stop boasting, you lot. You aren’t the only Lee John Barnes abusees in the village.

    16. douglas clark — on 26th October, 2009 at 12:13 am  

      KB Player,

      That is fucking hilarious….

    17. Gege — on 26th October, 2009 at 12:16 am  

      Why is he called ‘Lee John Barnes LLB Hons’? why not just Lee John Barnes

    18. douglas clark — on 26th October, 2009 at 12:36 am  


      Sometimes he is also known as LJB.

      I think it is because he describes himself as, and lets get this correct now, as, Lee John Barnes (LLB Hons).

      You wouldn’t want to disrespect one of our very own future obergruppen fuhrers by anything other than his correct title now would you? Else you will join David T and me on a boat to nowhere. And if KB Player has anything to do with it, it’ll probably be a speedboat.

      Remember, it is important to respect fascist bastards lest they become the government and are able to implement their plans.

      On the other hand you could see him as a contemptible, marginal arsehole with pretentions beyond his station in life. Which seems to consist of having a pretty weird beard.

      Believe me, you should shake in your shoes.

      Big Lee Barnes is out to get you!

    19. persephone — on 26th October, 2009 at 10:48 am  

      LJB also demanded to know my name and address. I thought that was just his dating technique and him needing a basic lesson in chat up lines. Perhaps it was the BNP version of a Fatwa against me.

      As to his name, the majority of WWC I have known would (to quote) think it ‘poncey’ for someone to use a middle name and cite letters after their name. All of this does not fit in with LJB’s LLB (Hons) frequent chant of saying that he is working class. But then he makes himself out to be a lot of things he is not.

    20. douglas clark — on 26th October, 2009 at 12:20 pm  


      There is probably a fourth seat in the speedboat!

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