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Saturday, 24 October 2009

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A clock even the average BNP member can work with

The leader of the British Nasty Party, the Rev Dr Nick Nasty, said in an interview last night that his appearance on the BBC's Question Time programme was actually a complete mistake.

What he had said earlier in the month had been taken totally out of context by a hostile media, and that he actually wanted to "question time" rather than be grilled on the BBC's 'Question Time' programme.

He said that this was so typical of the media who condemned him before he even put his foot in his mouth.

He went on to say that he was in fact questioning the end of British Summer time, and the fact that the clocks were changing demonstrated that the UK was in the hands of a foreign grip which had no respect for the great British clocks, watches and timers of this generation, many of which are now made in Japan, China, Korea and even Switzerland.

He said that many BNP supporters watched all manner of timing instruments from the relative comfort of their local pub, betting shop and the odd few, but not many, from the Jobcentre Plus office, and that to have this hour suddenly going backwards would present a great inconvenience to their otherwise ordered and productive lifestyle.

He said that many members might even find themselves becoming become totally confused. For example, the less literate, (although it has been confirmed that only 33% of BNP members are illiterate, the remainder are just plain thick) could find that while they had intended to place a fiver on a dead cert in the 3.15 at Kempton Park, they could miss out on a vital hour's drinking or even taunting of the members of a racial minority by ending up in the bookies a hour earlier than that had originally planned.

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