Here is a very amusing comment on Nuttall's video masterpiece. Taken from the British Democracy Forum:
Again, the only aim of the election is to beat the BNP, I thought they were a finished party with no members and huge internal rows. Not much of an aim is it. UKIP know it too, so you have to ask yourselves what are they trying to achieve which such rhetoric? As we saw in the EU elections when Paul campaigned solely using the B-N-P as his only campaign with no mention of policies, it didn't work as Nick Griffin became an MEP.
Nigel's been very quiet on the whole grooming issue, well it's nothing to do with the EU I suppose so just like all the other issues closer to home than the EU that the establishment ignore, we can ignore it too. Quite clearly UKIP just don't have the nerve to tackle the real issues affecting Oldhamers, in that sense Paul would make a perfect MP, as useless as the rest of them in there. As Lord Pearson has said that UKIP will disband when the Conservatives take us out of the EU, I'm sure Paul would be very welcome in the coalition.
I see there are problems with the lighting in your 'top of the range' office. Did Mr. Wheeler come specially to Oldham to put a few quid in the meter, didn't realise things were that bad.
Paul's hand gestures made me want to turn the volume down for some reason, then I realised on doing so how much that video needs a Nuremberg Rally soundtrack.
As Godfrey once said Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer. Doesn't quite sound the same in scouse though.
To see the original: LINK
But the odious Nuttall's hatred of that BNP certainly can't be anything to do with their political views because UKIP's very own Benito is happy to sit with extremists in Farage's EFD group!
Here is another example:
Controversial Greek politician and leader of LAOS, Georgios Karatzaferis, was a member and vice-president of the Ind Dem group, forerunner of the EFD, in the European Parliament (2004-2007). He appears to retain not only party, but also personal links to his former colleagues. In May 2010, a delegation of EFD members and staff visited Athens, where they met with Karatzaferis and others. (24)
In 2000, Karatzaferis claimed that the Protocols of Zion were being put into effect and that "the Pope and the Jews are conspiring against Greece". (25)
Also in 2000, "The New World Order means that we are a puppet at the hands of the Jews... The Global government has taken place in Europe. The common currency too! They are dancing it to their tune. Do you know what kind of money the Jews are profiteering with these ups and downs? We are being led to the fulfillment of targets set 200 years ago." (ibid)
In 2001, the rhetoric became more menacing: "The Jews have no right to provoke, because they have filled the world with crimes". "The Jews have no legitimacy to speak in Greece and provoke the political world. Their impudence is crass". He also challenged the Israeli ambassador to come and debate "the Holocaust, the Auschwitz and Dachau myth". Karatzaferis finished by asking "Mister Jew ambassador" to "be a bit careful" and warning "the Jews" that if Greek Jews continue their "insolent behaviour" (as in their response to Karatzaferis's earlier claims that "the Jews" were responsible for 9/11) they were "not going to have a pleasant time." (26) The US State Department, in its Annual Report on Religious Freedoms in 2005, singled out LAOS, and its leader (and then MEP) Giorgos Karatzaferis, for promoting “radical nationalism, anti-Semitism, racism, and xenophobia”.
LAOS has two representatives in the EFD group, Niki Tzaveli (vice-chair of the group), and Nikolaos Salavrakos, a former legal adviser to LAOS. In fact, for the purposes of representation in the European Parliament, the party is styled Laikos Orthodoxos Synagermos - G. Karatzaferis.
Adonis Georgiadis, a LAOS Member of the Greek Parliament, has attracted criticism for his literary activities. A writer and publisher, he has been accused of promoting a book, Jews: the whole truth, by Konstantinos Plevris, himself a former LAOS member, which describes Jews as "subhuman" (p.582). Plevris is critical of the Nazi regime for "not ridding Europe of Jewish Zionism", and states that Jews should be "rounded-up and executed within 24 hours" (p.742). Plevris, who describes himself in his book as a "Nazi" (p.600) also claims that former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan is a "descendant of cannibals".