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If you won’t consider my well-being, at least allow me to remember you as the neat, trim, capable and attractive young lady of the Wake Up Australia tour, rather than the slothful, vindictive and devious baby elephant that you have become.Nice to see the American papers and blogs pick up on GR. Man you are lucky you don't have to live with her tho. Let's see:
After several months of in-depth research and analysis, Nick Griffin used his main speech at the recent conference of the Alliance of European National Movements to expose the push to hijack and manipulate nationalism.Hmmm! 'Months of in depth research and analysis'? Powerpoint! *sniggers* Support 'our boys' in Afghanistan do we Nick? Er exactly whose war is that one?
His speech, made in the form of a Powerpoint presentation, reveals a wealth of facts that have never been brought together before.
The text of Mr. Griffin’s in-depth report on the individuals behind the stunning true story of the attempted takeover of nationalism in Britain will be published here very shortly. In the meantime, please send the link to his speech to everyone you know who cares about the future of nationalism and keeping Britain out of other people’s wars.
@'Kana'...People who say they only make music for themselves, if they release it, are liars. And I won’t make that lie. Yes I make it for myself, but I make it just as much in the hopes that it will connect with another human being… if I didn’t want to communicate it to someone else, why would I even need to translate it into music? Of course I do so because I want to at least make an attempt to share the thought with someone else, and hope that they can relate. For me, that is the whole point of music – for someone else in the world to understand you, even to a small extent, and even for however long a song, or an album lasts. It’s a way of attempting to share your experience as a human being, and know you’re not alone, that there is someone else out there who feels the same as you, and sees the world through the same eyes. I just say what I feel, what I know, and what I believe – and any time another person somewhere in the world can connect with that, or we can somehow share a moment through that communication, that’s what matters to me. And just like life itself, time moves on, you change, and your way of looking at life changes with it – and so do my techniques, sound, and the way I approach things… and with that, I am constantly experimenting, and pushing. I’m proud of the fact that every album I’ve ever put out pushes something… in some way. It may be part of the same overall story, but it’s always a new chapter, and in my eyes, always better than the last.