The story of the 'BNP ballerina' as told by the Daily Express is interesting. What do you expect when you tell lie after lie after lie about immigrants? Of course the far-right bastards are going to think you're on their side. So when you say something they don't agree with... they take it upon themselves to bombard your comments, knowing that similarly infantile bullshitting tirades would be filtered out by any half-decent letters editor, even if they did work for the Express.
This is telling:
I would urge everyone to visit the BNP site on a daily basis these days if you actually want the truth (and the Daily Express of course which seems to be the only paper where one's comments will actually be printed).
He's clearly tried putting foul comments on other paper's websites, and has been disappointed by them. Luckily the Express will let you say any old shit, especially if it's against immigrants or Muslims. Is that the freedom of Web 2.0? Is that freedom of speech? Or is it a deliberate policy? I wonder what would happen if lots of anti-Jewish comments started turning up from the Express's friends on the far right... perhaps Richard Desmond might see that rather differently...?
On Wednesday you asked in your phone poll, " is the immigration crisis getting worse and worse?" RESULT 99% YES A large number of your readership believe
immigration must be out of controll.
That's what happens when you lie, and lie, and lie again about immigration. You will attract these scum. And as the first commenter pointed out, they know they can make themselves heard by the comments in the Express. It used to be just a shit paper; now it's a shit paper bought by racists and read by the BNP - and when it decides to be anything other than totally flattering towards the political party it is most alligned to, it reaps the whirlwind of abuse.
I wonder if Richard Desmond looks at himself in the mirror and smiles because his paper is seen as being the BNP's paper of choice. I wonder what Richard and Judy, among others, think about writing for the racist's favourite paper. I wonder if they care.