Buckby … or is it Busby… takes time from Uni to speak at BNP conference
Second year politics student, Jack Buckby, is floundering in the spotlight again this week as a video emerges of him complaining about his struggle to recruit nationalists from the student body.
Buckby was introduced to the stage by Nick Griffin at an Alliance of European National Movements Conference, explaining his plans for his National Culturists movement.
Buckby spoke about his difficulties recruiting Liverpool Uni students to his society at ‘quite a red university’.
Buckby drews laughs from the crowd of nationalists when he revealed his ‘love culture, hate racism’ campaign.
Griffin related to Buckby, saying that he also had been ‘outed’ as a nationalist by ‘spiteful, horrible people’ in his time at university.
The BNP leader and the second year politics student cannot be as close as they make out, however, after Griffin introduced a certain ‘Mr Busby’ to the stage.
Buckby ignored these early blushes to outline his plans to expand his National Culturists society.
He explained his ambitions to campaign at Freshers fairs and to become a university approved society.
Buckby also hinted that he would be trying to secure university funding for his society… We’d like to see how that goes for him.
Watch it for yourself here:
Keep it coming, Mr Busby.