Written by victor nicholas
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Topics: Nick Griffin, Colors

Saturday, 24 October 2009

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Griffin Ant-Colour

London - Flush with newfound credibility as a political leader on the Beeb, BNP leader Nick Griffin has announced that his next move to make Britain all-white will be to take on Magenta with possible Cyan and Yellow to follow shortly thereafter which could bring the printing industry to its knees along with the major newspapers which some say are the real power base behind the current major political parties in Britain.

While Griffin's strategy to undermine his opponents power base though disabling the four colour CMYK printing process presents a real threat others say that Griffin's beachhead attack on blacks is only a stepping stone to go after his real target, Magenta, also know as fuschia. Still others say that Griffin is is not anti-colour at all but has a secret homophobic agenda and is quite possibly a raging closet poufter who is simply over-compensating in public.

BNP members who have infiltrated the arts community say that the gruff appearance of Griffin is deceiving and that at heart he is simply a minimalist who is not content with a black and white aesthetic but craves a more stark and sophisticated white-on-white approach.

Long-time Londoner Naomie Spittle calls such talk rubbish.

"Griffin is starkers, first wanting to move blacks from Britain, now going after what little colour we have, has he been here after a week of rain, the madman."

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