Griffin admits he was at reggae club

Funny story written by James Jameson

Monday, 11 January 2010

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did reggae have a white nationalist past?

BNP leader Nick Griffin admitted today that he did indeed attend a London reggae club as reported a few nights ago but it's okay, because reggae is apparently British and white although he still denies shaking his groove thing.

According to his evidence, which he has yet to disclose, white British sailors invented reggae on the boats during the long voyage to Africa and introduced it to the natives who in turn passed it on to the West Indies.

A story that makes sense to BNP historian Anne Oldbiddy: "Well that explains it then," she said smugly. "I have seen the evidence and it happens to match the evidence that I have-yet another BBC Communist plot foiled."

Despite a lack of public evidence, they are claiming victory however their outrage does not end there as they are now claiming that some original songs have been stolen and parodied by famous reggae artists.

"It was originally lets get together and stay all white," Oldbiddy insists despite any evidence.

This is not the first time these sorts of claims have been made - many members eat curry insisting, that like reggae music, it's British.

Naturally, this news has been met with scepticism amongst those in the reggae community as the any evidence contrary to the masses of evidence that reggae is in fact not British nor invented by whites has yet to be released.

However there is little concern about this with critics being heralded as "communist foreigners who should go home," but until any evidence is released the debate will likely rage on.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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