Monday, 28 September 2009

BNP are fed up with Labour stealing their slogans

The BNP are apparently are applying to copyright their slogans after Gordon Brown has stolen two of them. Nick Griffin said:

“Last year we saw Gordon Brown use the slogan ‘British jobs for British workers’ at a Labour conference."

Now after Labour's use of the BNP's "operation fightback" slogan, he said:

“Enough is enough; the BNP is now going to start copyrighting its slogans to prevent the ideologically-bankrupt thieves at Labour HQ from using our ideas.”

Just which idiot at Labour HQ comes up with these great ideas?

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