Wednesday, 25 November 2009
Griffin and Franco.
Nick Griffin shows his true colours again, by attending a meeting of a far right Spanish Political Party to commemorate the anniversary of Francisco Franco's death on the 20th November 1975. During the meeting at a central Madrid Hotel violence breaks out between supporters of the modern day Falange Fascists and the Patriotic Socialist Movement and 28 people were arrested. The Telegraph allege that Griffin may well have visited Franco's Mausoleum at the Valles de Los Caidos whilst in Spain but the BNP deny this and have made a formal complaint to the Press Complaints Commission about the Telegraph's reporting, describing it as 'outrageously false.'
I wonder if he gave the Fascist salute like his mates in the photograph?
His commemoration of the death of a murderous Fascist dictator is just further evidence of his unsavoury political ideology.
Posted by Plaid Gwersyllt at 22:23