March 20th, 2017

Independent: Former BNP leader Nick Griffin says he hopes to emigrate to Hungary within ‘the next six months’

The former leader of the British National Party has said he wants to emigrate to Hungary. Nick Griffin said he intends to move to the eastern European country within the next six months, despite his previous attacks on immigration.

Source: Former BNP leader Nick Griffin says he hopes to emigrate within ‘the next six months’

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  • pantanifan

    Bloody foreigners, coming here, stealing our jobs 🙂

    • CG Walkman

      He will work?

      • pantanifan

        Maybe retraining as a “határvadász”? Wonder if he’ll be allowed to join the Magyar Gárda…

      • wolfi

        It would be nice if he’d take all BNP fascists with him – even better if UKIP followed him …

        Then Fidesz and Jobbik might have people to discuss their lunacy with!

        • CG Walkman

          You want to bring the dregs of Britain here? Not sure if UKIP would come. I think they are anti EU. But 4 loony parties all here would be something funny. They would give Drumpf a run for his money with what they would come up with.

          • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

            Fidesz is not a “loony party”, it’s part of the EPP same as Merkel’s CDU. Fidesz belongs to the moderate mainsteam European right.

          • CG Walkman

            People in the loony bin never realize they are in the loony bin.

          • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

            EPP is the loony bin?

          • CG Walkman

            Fidesz and its supporters are. If the EPP has one retarded child, it doesn’t mean their entirely family is retarded.

    • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

      Hungary has nothing against legal migrants which come to Hungary legally and respect local laws. Mr Griffin an EU citizen, he can settle in Hungary.

  • National Hiphop

    This may turn out to be interesting… What if he finds that this autocratic “paradise” is not to his taste at all?

    • pantanifan

      He makes Nigel Farage look like an intellectual giant, can’t see him learning Hungarian or being welcomed into the neo-Nazi “ultras” among Fradi fans…

      • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

        So being a football supporter makes you a “neonazi”?

        • pantanifan

          No it doesn’t, I’m a football fan myself, if you read my comment again, you might see that I didn’t say what you are claiming

      • National Hiphop

        Exactly. Why on Earth should a British nationalist, who made a living out of ranting at those “bloody foreigners” should be welcomed by his Hungarian counterparts anyway?

        • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

          Because he is a real refugee, and it’s our Christian duty to help him.

          • National Hiphop

            Okay babee, them go help him, feed him, take the poor oppressed Neo-nazi to your home :DDDD Godspeed.

    • Culturally Homogeneous Hungary

      Hungary is not autocratic, it’s a thriving demokracy.

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