Nick Griffin, the head of the near-Nazi BNP, plans to complain to the BBC that he faced a "lynch mob" on the programme "Question Time."
Certainly the audience were hostile. One told him, "You want me to leave this country. Where do you expect me to go? I was born here and I love this country. I bet if we had a whip round, we'd have no trouble getting your airfare out of the country. Why don't you go to the South pole? You'll like it there: it's all white."
In my opinion, Nick Griffin was rude first. He told the immigrants to get out before the audience member told him to get out.
Far more to the point, What Nick Griffin faced was purely verbal. Nick Griffin supports the KKK. Which means he supports lynch mobs. Real ones. Ones that murder on the flimsiest of evidence, and set light to the victim, often before he´s dead. People who do this
to a 14-year-old, just for whistling at a white girl in a shop.
He was called Emmett Till.
Nick Griffin faced a crowd of people disagreeing strenuously with him. NOT a lynch mob.