Sean Spicer’s less intelligent dodgy uncle look-alike, Nick Griffin, plans to inflict himself on the unsuspecting Hungarians later this year.
Griffin spoke in glowing terms of the growing ”nationalist emigre community” in Hungary, where he’ll move to later this year. He will continue to be politically active though, campaigning for less immigration and stronger national borders.
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Former BNP leader Griffin has every character flaw of a man you’d avoid being stuck on the same table with, at a distant cousin’s wedding. The odious racist and serial bankrupt brings to the current immigration debate all the forensic logic and intellectual rigour that stunned Question Time viewers in 2009.
“I’ve already been criticised by the usual suspects who, as ever, fail to understand the simplest of facts. I won’t be “an immigrant” in Hungary because I’m not immigrating, I’m emigrating.”