Nick Griffin alleges rights violations against UK ‘nationalist dissidents’

BNP leader, in maiden European parliament speech, claims parties using taxpayers’ money ‘to fund own militia which breaks up opposition meetings’.

The British National party leader, Nick Griffin, today delivered his first speech to the European parliament, using a debate on Iran to denounce alleged human rights violations against “nationalist dissidents” in Britain.

As the UK government declared it would have no truck with those “who are clearly racist and extremist individuals” and barred Griffin and his fellow BNP MEP, Andrew Brons, from a Strasbourg reception tonight, he accused Labour, the Tories and the Lib Dems of routinely deploying “intimidation and violence against nationalist dissidents in Britain”.

He claimed they were using taxpayers’ money “to fund their own militia, which breaks up opposition meetings and attacks their opponents with bricks, darts and claw-hammers” and described the Unite Against Fascism movement as an “organisation of far-left criminals”.

Griffin told the Strasbourg chamber that vested interests in the west and the Middle East were itching to go to war against Iran and were using human rights as a new “casus belli”.

He said “… >>>

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