The fuss over whether Nick Griffin should be allowed on the BBC’s Question Time is quite staggering. The people who object to his appearance must have so little faith in their own counter argument that they dare not risk engaging in open debate. Aside from large numbers of people being convinced by the BNP’s message, what is there to be afraid of? And if they really think large numbers will agree with something, isn’t it just sinister to attempt to suppress that?
I'd love to meet you on twitter here.