When Peter Hain discovered that the British National Party had set up a stall in Neath, the strong Labour site he had been parachuted into years ago because of his part in the destruction of South Africa, he went into a "fury" and threatened that he would drive us out of town.
Hain, like all bullies and cowards likes to make sure he is mob handed when it comes to taking on anyone, called on the trade unions, churches and student bodies to join him in a show of support, knowing it was unlikey that he would get any from the people of Neath who almost to a man despise him. Only Gordon Brown is held in higher contempt in Wales.
And so how many turned up to drive the BNP out of town and support the red orangutang, famous for his sunbed tan and locally referred to as Cuprinol Man?
100? 200? 500? More than 500? Nope wrong. A pathetic 15 people joined him in his day of action against the BNP and most of them were paid activists from the trade unions.
Later today, I can tell you that there will be full video footage of Wales BNP activists bearding the lion in what he thought was his own den - until now and even as I type that video is being edited for Youtube and BNPTv. Meanwhile enjoy the clip from it.
The following received also:
We hear from our under cover agents that at 11.00Bst a small group of scruffy unshaven hairy people shuffled into Neath. In the middle was a strange orange thing identified as the 'Lesser South African Twit', or Hain to give its local name.More to follow.
Similar to a magpie this creature hoards money and valuables whilst repeating 'Not Me Guv'.
In Britain this itinerant behaves like a Cuckoo by getting others to do the work whilst getting all the Credit.
Like a flash he was 'Rogered' and when asked where his hoard was started squarking,"Get them off the streets, Get them off the streets".
This is a typical alarm call of these cowardly types, and is best ignored.
The whole episode was filmed for future viewing thanks to Anne and Toni
Meanwhile I gotta go find a machine with a decent connection but what you can do is visit this link here and favourite, rate and leave a comment for Wales BNP who are on the rise.