A spokesman for Buckingham Palace said that it was not known that it was Mr. Griffins intention to invite a group of hoodies, all dressed in white, to the prestigious event and that a review of the terms of entry are currently being carried out.
Following confirmation that Nick Griffin in his capacity as the North West’s MEP will be attending the Queen’s garden party at Buckingham Palace later this year several guests, including the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, have stated that they will boycott the event. Mr. Griffin has seized upon the non attendance of guests to expand upon his plus one invite list to the party.
It is believed that in case Mr. Griffin does attend with his hoodie friends Prince Philip has been informed that it would be inappropriate to say such things as “I see white is the new black when it comes to the Burka this season.” Or “Can all hoodies break dance?” and “Do you intend to break dance when the National Anthem is played.”
When questioned about the matter Mr. Griffin would only say “I do not wish to embarrass the Queen, that is quite clearly the role of Prince Philip and when he is not up to the job Fergie is more than capable of stepping in the breach.” With regards to the event Mr. Griffin said “I am looking forward to meeting with the delightful Bonnie Greer again after our initial meeting on Question Time. As you are aware I am not keen on darkies, but good old Bonnie is different, I like that one.”
Boris Johnson who also objected to Mr. Griffin’s attendance to the garden party in 2009 is reported to have said he is outraged by the way his protest has been high jacked and there is speculation that he is planning to hold his own garden party to which Mr. Griffin would not be invited.