1/18/2009

Norfolk BNP meeting cancelled by pub

The BNP attempt to use a false name to book a meeting at a pub but has been thwarted after the landlord got news of what was planned and cancelled the booking.

The BNP, so proud of their name, used a false name in order to trick the landlord in to allow the booking. Well done to the landlord. Anyone booking something under false pretences has got to be suspicious.

5 comments:

Pagan Pride said...

Well I know you don't like them - but surely they are a legal political identiry aren't they?

So free speech, and the right to gather is only allowed to those you agree with? That a properly constituted political party has to resort to using a false name to hold a legal gathering is nothing like democracy as I remember it - vaguely!!

You are on a slippery slope here Norfolk Blogger

Starls said...

Pagan Pride:

The pub landlord has the right to refuse entry to anyone or any organisation he sees fit.

I think that's called freedom of expression.

Norfolk Blogger said...

Pagan Pride, to quote you

"That a properly constituted political party has to resort to using a false name to hold a legal gathering is nothing like democracy as I remember it", indeed, and it says much for a so called political party that it tries to trick its way in to having its meetings held and that they don't seem to have the honesty to hold their heads up.

Andrew Allison said...

People in Norfolk know your political views, Nich. People in the East Riding know mine. Why is it BNP members are so frightened of letting others know what their views are?

Airborne said...

Andrew Allison said...
People in Norfolk know your political views, Nich. People in the East Riding know mine. Why is it BNP members are so frightened of letting others know what their views are?

I think you will find their views quite easily on their website for all to see.

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