Matthew Goodwin lives in Confusion Land
Matthew Goodwin should go and check the register of political parties that took part in recent elections but instead of doing what would be a rational and logical thing to do before commenting on British politics he remains in his usual state of confusion.
He talks about fragmentation of the Far Right or what certain pseudo intellectuals call Far Right and he proceeds to make an enumeration of the names of different organisations. I would like to know what some of the members of certain organisations would say having been described as Far Right.
Mr Goodwin also classifies as political parties organisations that are not even political parties and that have never taken part in British elections. Mr Goodwin once again mentions me but he does not know who I am and never made any effort to talk to me and find out where I really stand in British politics. This is rather careless coming from somebody that is considered to be a political analyst. The article is published by The Guardian, newspaper that has become reportedly accustomed to printing lies and defamatory articles.
Let me give you an example. Sometime ago, The Guardian accused the Jewish Chronicle of giving space to the British National Party or even contracting my services to write blogs for the Jewish Chronicle. Stephen Pollard, editor of the Jewish Chronicle, was so infuriated that he even threatened to take The Guardian to court.
The matter is being discussed again by The Algemeiner in New York because Richard Silverstein, a rival of the Jewish Chronicle, falsely accused the Jewish Chronicle of having paid me to write blogs for the Jewish Chronicle.
A few days ago, I sent a message to the Jewish Chronicle indicating that I am ready and willing to give a written account, to be considered in a court of law, if the Jewish Chronicle ever decides to take both The Guardian and Richard Silverstein to court on charges of libel and defamation.