I’ve mentioned before a tedious and ineffectual group of far right snobs known as “The New Right” who regularly hold meetings in London pubs to compare notes on just how clever they all are.
Troy Southgate, leader of the New Right, hosted the 39th meeting on Sunday in a central London pub on Sunday with all the usual pomposity of the previous 38 grim encounters.
Adrian Davies, Barrister to the far right spoke about the life and death of his friend Jonathan Bowden, The BNP’s former “cultural” officer, and chairman of “The New Right” who fancied himself as both an artist and a playwright despite lacking any talent whatsoever.
Also speaking at the meeting was Manchester based Rabbi Ahron Cohen who spoke about Judaism versus Zionism. Cohen represents The Neturei Karta Group, a collection of Orthodox Jews opposed to Zionism.
The final guest was the rather ridiculous American John Howells who looks more like a second rate magician than a serious political contender. Howells, originally from Rhode Island takes himself just that little bit too seriously, a bit like his friend and hero Southgate.
We look forward to the 40th meeting.