BBC journalist hobnobbing with Britain First deputy fuehrer

Pictures from Japanese neo-Nazi Kazunari Yamada’s website show him posing with Shinzo Abe’s internal affairs minister, Sanae Takaichi, and his party’s policy chief, Tomomi Inada. Photograph: Guardian

First, there were the Japanese Rightist government ministers posing for a photo-op with the fuehrer of the Japanese neo-nazi party, smiling happily.


Then came the UKIP activists, posing for a photo-op with the deputy fuehrer of the Britain First neo-nazi party, smiling happily.

Britain First's deputy fuehrer and Nick Robinson

Now, a Right wing BBC journalist, posing for a photo-op with the same deputy fuehrer; again, smiling happily.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain today:

Robinson under fire for Britain First snap

Media: BBC reporter Nick Robinson came under fire yesterday after being snapped with Britain First’s deputy leader.

The political editor faced an angry backlash after he posed with Jayda Fransen, the far-right group’s candidate in the Rochester and Strood by-election, during the count.

Mr Robinson, who once grabbed an anti-war placard [and] stamped on it during a live broadcast, apologised — claiming he agreed to the snap without knowing who she was.

This video is about Nick Robinson, so angry that so many people opposed the Iraq war, that he vandalized an anti-war placard.

Seven times the world beautifully backfired against Britain First this year: here.

31 thoughts on “BBC journalist hobnobbing with Britain First deputy fuehrer

    • He posed for a smiling photo-op with her, though the words Candidate and Britain First were clearly visible on her clothes.

      He had done other things which may not have been outright nazi, but nevertheless biased in the direction of the Right section of the political spectrum. Like destroying an anti-Iraq war placard (see the video); and having pro-Unionist bias during the Scottish referendum campaign.


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  6. Monday 11th April 2016

    posted by Morning Star in Britain

    RACIST group Britain First was sent packing at the weekend after it staged a provocative protest blocking the doors of East London Mosque in Tower Hamlets.

    Supporters of the “political party,” best known for misleading social media posts and bizarre videos where members try to provoke Muslims to hit them, staged a “peaceful” protest on Whitechapel High Street.

    However the group, waving union flags and large plywood crosses, were soon kicked off the site by angry locals.

    Initially Britain First launched its own video claiming supporters were the victims of a “brutal attack by Islamists in East London.”

    However East London Mosque pointed out it was Britain First members who had been “arrested for provoking and attacking members of the community.”

    The fascist group said the mosque was lying despite earlier saying on Facebook that two of its activists had been arrested by the Met.


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