Published on Tuesday, 10 July 2012 08:58 Written by Ketlan Ossowski
Terrorist and violent anti-semite Tony Lecomber
Tony Lecomber: still here and still lying
Tony Lecomber, who posts as BNP Happy over at the British Democracy Forum, has been telling porkies again. The BNP's former Group Development Officer, kicked out of the party in 2006 after he attempted to get Joe Owens, Liverpool thug and former bodyguard for Nick Griffin, involved in a ridiculous plot to murder prominent members of Parliament. Lecomber was finally proscribed by the party after he allegedly attacked Eddy Butler at Loughton rail station.
Lecomber is no stranger to violence, having amassed a substantial criminal record involving possession of explosives and various acts of thuggery. Thus, he has always been close to Griffin, who seems to like those who he spends quality time with to be either perverts or lunatics (or both, of course).
Writing at the BDF, Lecomber has this to say;
'I do not look up to Griffin or think him a 'lovable rogue'. I think he's a dirty piece of **** who has single handedly wrecked our only chance to put things right and quite possibly condemned our people to oblivion. In my opinion he deserves the kind of fate you'd expect the Romans to perpetrate against one of their prisoners in the Coloseum.
No one has picked him up on his lies and so the lies have got bigger. And they'll continue to get bigger. That's how it goes.
I do not regret securing the party for Nick Griffin's leadership in 1999 because we were going nowhere under Tyndall...What I do regret is not having had the foresight to curtail Nick's corrupt leader-for-life ambitions because I could have done that very easily in 2000 when the party approved the new Constitution. All it would have taken was an American-style '5 or 6 years and you're out' clause. But at the time I did believe in Nick and I have to say I thought he was great. It was not until 2007 that I became concerned and not until 2009 when he blew Question Time that I caught up with others, some of whom are on this forum.'
That's not quite true though. Back in August 2010, he was observed on several occasions out on the streets campaigning for the BNP in North East London. Long after he was proscribed from the party and long after he claimed to have seen the light regarding Griffin. Even when they've been kicked out of the party, BNP members just can't stop lying.
"Quick, order another box of asterisks!"
The John Terry/Anton Ferdinand case has begun at Westminster magistrates court, to decide whether or not Terry is guilty of racially abusing Ferdinand. I don't propose to debate this because it's all sub judice but Terry has already admitted using racist and offensive language.
The trial must be causing a few problems in the 21st century version of Fleet Street. Although papers like the Guardian and Independent aren't averse to reporting naughty words as and when relevant, others are less liberal. The editors of the Sun, Mirror and Mail for example, must be running out of asterisks after having to report that Chelsea captain Terry shouted 'fuck off, fuck off...fucking black cunt, fucking knobhead' at QPR's Ferdinand after the latter had made a crack about Terry's affair with a teammate's wife.
Football is, as even non-fans are aware, an emotional game and I'd bet that there are plenty of heated exchanges on the field that in the real world would probably lead to murder and mayhem, though probably not to the local magistrates court. So why this one? It is, of course, the word 'black' which has changed everything. Being offensive is one thing, and can be shrugged off: being racist is, though, something else entirely. Still, I can't help but think that this could all have been best resolved by mutual apologies, a promise to keep the racism out of any future insults and a handshake.
A new record (I think)
Let's hear a big round of applause for David Child, BNP candidate for Kingston's Grove Ward, who a few days ago managed to take a majestic 23 votes, representing just 1.1% of the total. Who would have thought that anyone could have beaten Peter Tierney's stupendous 44 votes at Merseyside a while back? Tierney even beat Mike Whitby, who got a laughable 45 votes back in May.
Well done, David, and the best of luck to all future BNP candidates who will be attempting to better this magnificent feat. We'll do all we can to help you.