In my opinion all of the quotes above contain either all or at least some truths - though many of them are certainly uncomfortable truths and opinions whose mere mention makes some people's blood boil. Not me. I think all subjects should be openly debated. And having an unpopular opinion should not make somebody "repulsive" just because you (or Nerak rather) dislike their opinion - I think that's unfair.
Nick Griffin was the first person to ever draw attention to the Muslim rape gangs of Northern England who target vulnerable white girls. For this he was called a racist, accused of lying, dragged through the courts and threatened with prison. It was only years later that his allegations were proved to be true. In the interim thousands of girls suffered at the hands of these anti-white paedophile gangs who enjoyed full immunity from the police and the social services who knew full well what was going on but chose to deny it for politically correct reasons to do with race. In other words they chose not to protect the public, which is their reason for existing. Anyone who spoke out about the problem was threatened with jail.
It was only when the problem became so widespread and mass media reported on it, that the general public were allowed to know.
Nick Griffin should be given a medal and knighted for his courage in attempting to get this mass horror exposed to the public. The Establishment opposed him every step of the way - meaning they are complicit in the abuse of children. Whether you disagree with Nick's other opinions is immaterial. He was the only person who risked jail to protect many children from harm.
I'll debate anything.
It's not JUST his opinions I don't like, it's his entire ideology & his personality.
To our great shame (not that some of us seem to feel shame) we gave the far right a legitimate issue to exploit & we lost a huge number of our own side because we kept calling them racist instead of resolving the problem.