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Funny story: First Annual BNP Movie Awards, Mel Gibson Wins Big

First Annual BNP Movie Awards, Mel Gibson Wins Big

In a night of massive drama at the first annual British National Party movie awards, Mel Gibson scooped several awards including Best Actor, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay. Gibson, 55, made a rare public appearance and collected all of...
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Funny story: Nick Griffin Ratzinger prepares to meet his Mom at Buckingham Palace garden party!

Nick Griffin Ratzinger prepares to meet his Mom at Buckingham Palace garden party!

London - (Blackshirt News): It's the greatest day of his pathetic fascist life. The BNP's poster boy for unbridled corruption is preparing to meet birth mom Queen Elizabeth at a Buckingham Palace garden party on Thursday. At 2pm tomorrow Grif...
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Funny story: BNP backs Celebrity Big Brother moron

BNP backs Celebrity Big Brother moron

London - (Rotters): The British National Party has joined the Celebrity Big Brother row by admitting the show's number one foul-mouthed moronic bullying old slag is a pin-up girl in their London HQ office where she appears topless in a poster adv...
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