How morally bankrupt are the Brits? Here's the painful case in point. They stood on principle when they allowed the vile Le Pen into the UK – but refused entry to Geert Wilders (and they never saw the film FITNA). England is a publicly rotting corpse.
Mr Le Pen is to be the BNP's guest of honour at a fundraising dinner in the West Midlands, where he will address a gathering of Britain's far right for the first time in more than a decade.
The details of his visit have been closely guarded in an attempt to prevent anti-racism protesters disrupting the event. But the Guardian has learned that the £50-a-head dinner is scheduled to take place tomorrow evening in Oswestry.
Earlier this week George Galloway, MP for Glasgow Kelvin, called on the government to stop Mr Le Pen entering Britain. But the home secretary said yesterday that Mr Le Pen was a French national and was therefore entitled to travel. "He is a European citizen, he has the right to travel around Europe."
(hat tip Paul Belien)
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