So Griffin is going to organise a protest outside Tony Blair’s memoir book-signing launch at the Piccadilly, London branch of Waterstone's on 8 September.
Rather than just announce that a day of action has been called and that activists should be in London on the day and be ready on the day to be told where and when the demonstration will be held, so that they can have a Flash Mob and hold the demonstration without the UAF, AFA, Islamic extremists and other idiots turning up to target the BNP demonstration, by announcing the demonstration then it just means the UAF and other numpties will turn up just to counter protest the BNP and turn the whole thing into a circus.
All this protest will do is allow the media to compare and contrast Tony Blair quietly sitting in the book shop signing copies of his book and the 'BNP extremists' outside the event, who will be barracked and abused by the reds and Labour supporters that will turn up to 'defend' Blair from the 'extremists'.
At the same time as this BNP demonstration goes ahead, other protests will not get the publicity they deserve - such as the relatives of those killed in Blairs Illegal War who will also be outside the bookshop.
Instead of them getting the publicity, it will be Blair smiling his creepy 'zombie smile' as the media also film the UAF and BNP screaming abuse at each other or Islamists screaming at Blair and the BNP.
Blair will appear sensible, statesman like and calm, as the media depict the protestors as angry and threatening.
This is just what Blair wants.
The book is Blairs way of trying to rewrite history, and in order to ensure this happens the book needs as much publicity as possible in order to be sold to as many people as possible and the lies in it peddled to as many people as possible.
The more publicity it gets the more people will read it.
All Griffin has done is ensure the book gets more publicity, and hence the lies in it are peddled to more people.
There should have been a quiet, dignified BNP demonstration with no advance notice given to the media or on the BNP website.
On the day a small contingent of BNP ex-servicemen and women should have turned up in their medals and laid a wreath for the dead outside the front of the bookshop, and then stood in silence for a small ceremony where the names of all the dead British soldiers in the Iraq War were read out.
Then they simply turned their back on Blair and walked away, leaving the wreath behind them.
This could have been filmed by a BNPTV team and then put on the party website.
The media would also have filmed the BNP protest and publicised it, but without the BNP being able to be accused of exploiting the event for political gain.
That would have been dignifed, respectful to the families and the dead and also got the message across to the public about Blairs illegal war.
By announcing the demonstration in advance, this will now be a fiasco as demonstrators opposed to the BNP will turn up at the event.
No doubt Griffin will steal my ideas for how this protest should have been held.
Unfortunately the decision to announce that the demonstration will go ahead means the BNP can now be accused of cynically using the book signing to promote the BNP rather than being respectful of the dead.