|Vive la difference|
Nick Griffin, October 2009:
The audience is always the same noxious, inarticulate blend of Left-wing local government activists, NHS malcontents, trades union officials, spotty students and women in headscarves. Occasionally, they throw in a couple of comedy Tories with dandruff, for the rest of the crowd to boo.
Last time I was on the programme [...] where 93 per cent of the population is white, and which elected a Conservative MP in 2010 with 41.4 per cent of the vote [...] the audience looked as if it had been bussed in from central casting, carefully selected to reflect the BBC’s view of what Britain should look like. If 41.4 per cent of that audience were Conservative voters, they did a damn good job of disguising it.
Richard Littlejohn, February 2011:
That audience was taken from a city that is no longer British ... That was not my country any more. Why not come down and do it in Thurrock, do it in Stoke, do it in Burnley?Nick Griffin, [on his appearance on Question Time] October 2009:
Do it somewhere where there are still significant numbers of English and British people [living], and they haven't been ethnically cleansed from their own country."
That was not a genuine Question Time; that was a lynch mob...Richard Littlejohn, [on Nick Griffin's appearance on Question Time] February 2011:
...this was a licence fee-funded lynching, with Dimbleby acting as head of the posse, rather than a neutral chairman.Whoops! Got one of those the wrong way round.
See what I did there?