Written by Skoob1999
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Topics: BNP, Lily Allen

Friday, 12 June 2009

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Ah Don't Know Nuffink Innit

Crap chanteuse Lily Allen, who has been gobbing off a lot recently has levelled her acerbic wit at the BNP, which seems fair enough to most people, but describing them as; 'Not very nice people at all' has been regarded by many observers as not going far enough.

Allen, daughter of madcap screwball actor Keith Allen has recently made too many public and press announcements that don't really amount to anything much at all.

"If she can't say something meaningful, then she probably shouldn't say anything at all," said Barry Freak, a local radio DJ from Southampton who presents a breakfast radio show with a woman called Dave.

"This woman has a very limited critical range," Eddie Angry, a professional media agitator told me. "In recent weeks she's had a pop at just about everything and everybody. But she can't seem to get much further into the debate other than expressing general personal disapproval. There's simply no substance in anything she bangs on about and very little to back it up. She's just shit really. Like her music."

I tried to contact BNP leader Nick Griffin for a reaction to Allen's comments but apparently he has admitted himself into the Priority Clinic suffering from a morbid fear of flying eggs.

I don't know if there'll be more on this. It all depends on how far the expenses stretch.

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