As he went to get into his car, Mr Brown told her: "Very nice to meet you, very nice to meet you." But off camera, and not realising he still had a Sky News microphone pinned to his shirt, he was heard to tell an aide: "That was a disaster - they should never have put me with that woman. Whose idea was that? It's just ridiculous..."When she was quizzed as to what she thought of Brown’s Comments she stated:
Asked what she had said, he is heard to reply: "Ugh everything! She's just a sort of bigoted woman that said she used to be Labour. I mean it's just ridiculous. I don't know why Sue brought her up towards me."
"I'm very upset. He's an educated person. Why has he come out with words like that? "He's supposed to be leading the country and he's calling an ordinary woman who's come up and asked questions that most people would ask him... It's going to be tax, tax, tax for another 20 years to get out of this national debt, and he's calling me a bigot."Having returned home late this evening, I caught Channel 4 News. One of the insulted woman's relatives was interviewed, and she too said that she was once a Labour voter, but as of today, was so no longer. "Will you vote Conservative?" she was asked. "No" came the reply. "Will you vote Liberal Democrat?" She was evasive and wouldn’t say yes or no, but the expression on her face told me that the penny had finally dropped for her and other former Labour-voting members of her family. She realised what our establishment politicians think of ordinary English people. In her eyes I glimpsed an angry, knowing and mischievous look which suggested "We know where we are now. We know whose looking out for us, and it's not you." A harvest of votes for the BNP is there for the gathering. How many, no-one can know, but at the minimum it will be in the tens of thousands, possibly hundreds of thousands.
It may be too late in the campaign for the party to overcome the continuous barrage of assaults, court cases and negative spin from its opponents, but the sons and daughters of Albion are beginning to stir, and I feel more hopeful today then ever hitherto, that we will not have to wait long to see the BNP make its much-needed Westminster breakthrough. Only the BNP will speak out for the native people of Britain. The other parties, particularly Labour, the Lib Dems and the Conservatives, actively hate us. On Friday 7 May, what surprises await us?