Tuesday, 8 May 2007

Nick Griffin to speak at Bath University

Bath University - Home to some closed minds

Nick Griffin, dynamic chairman of the British National Party, has been invited to speak at Bath University at 1900 on the evening of 14th of May.

As to be expected the freedom of speech loving Trade Unions and Searchlight are trying to prevent it taking place. All in the interests of democracy you understand.

As well as calling for their Dhimmi fools to protest at the venue, they are also calling for letters and emails to be sent to the Vice Chancellor to register objections to this legal event. In fact I am sure that Mr Griffin would have been more than happy to have answered any questions they might have asked him from the floor, which is the democratic British Way of doing things. The B.N.P. way. Our way.

The National Union of Students - increasingly coming under the control of the Moslems has reported Ruqayyah Collector, NUS Black Students Officer has saying:

Clearly the BNP has no place on campus and the university should not allow this meeting to go ahead. Students should not have to study in fear.

The Vice Chancellor is Professor Glynis Breakwell and she can be emailed
at vc-pa@bath.ac.uk. She can also be written to at :

Vice-Chancellor's Office , The University of Bath, Bath BA2 7AY
Tel: +44 (0) 1225 385048 * Fax: +44 (0) 1225 386626

Why not drop the Professor an email and say how much you applaud her and the University in protecting the right of free speech in Bath.

Open discussion of many major public questions has for some time now been taboo. We can’t open our mouths without being denounced as racists, misogynists, supremacists, imperialists or fascists. As for the media, they stand ready to trash anyone so designated.


Michael Smith said...

I hope Nick Griffin gets the chance to speak as it is always good to hear what he has to say. I am, however, suprised that he has not yet written anything for the BNP website about the election results. I would have thought that there are a large number of despondent members and supporters due to the number of seats actually achieved did not match our expectations, and it would be nice to hear from the leadership at this time.

The Green Arrow said...

Michael, I was actually going to write something along those lines. I have been waiting eagerly for his response and I am sure he is preparing something even now.

I know the guys on the main site are really busy, but I would also have hoped to have seen them be more prolific on the news front before and after the elections. The same applies to the "your say" page which is really popular.

I think perhaps we expected too much this time around. Next time will be the one to watch.

Aberdeen Group Organiser said...

Morning Green,,, I have written to Bath Uni applauding their stance in allowing Nick to speak. Dont you just love searchlight, they are nothing but misguided traitors.