Nuremberg Trial defendants

Nick Griffin has misstepped badly by issuing a barely veiled threat to former army chiefs Sir Richard Dannat and Sir Mike Jackson:

“Those Tory generals who today attacked the British National Party should remember that at the Nuremburg [sic] Trials, the politicians and generals accused of waging illegal aggressive wars were all charged — and hanged — together.

This was the reaction of Nick Griffin MEP to the announcement that Tory lackeys Sir Richard Dannett and Sir Ken Jackson had broken all military protocol with their statement attacking the BNP.”

To compound the idiocy of threatening to hang two leading figures in the British military establishment, they’ve spelt Nuremberg wrong and confused General Sir Mike Jackson with union leader Sir Ken Jackson.

Words fail this blogger.

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  5. The General’s need to have a rethink on what they have said or not said

    How about when the lab/con and lib Hijack the armed forces and LIE to them and then send them of to war badly equipped to a far of land for there own ends ,does this not matter to the General’s I ask.

    At least the BNP have not got THE blood of our servicemen and woman on their hand like the Lab/CON AND LIB HAVE.

    Lab/Con/and Lib are all liers with blood on ther hands and it will not wash of.


  6. A fair point indeed! War Crimes are not only for politicians! Leading troops into illegal wars is a crime for both politicians and generals. As is Treason! What a lot of blood, lies and deceit the establishment have on their hands!

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  10. It’s incredible. Upon reading this did Griffin and his advisors really sit around and conclude ‘Yeah let’s threaten to hang them once we’re in power’?? Amazing…these people aren’t just nazis they’re mentally unbalanced nazis!

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