The Saturday morning drive from a white working class area of Birmingham, known as Acocks Green, to the Derbyshire countryside went without a hitch, until we reached Codnor Denby Lane at its junction with Heanor Lane, where the UAF protest march was due to commence, the road being completely blocked, by the mindless.
I was ordered by police to drive around to the other side, the 'other side' being Breach Road and Denby Common, where another ugly group of ugly protesters had gathered, which proved a little scary for my partner and our other passengers, who were quite troubled by the great unwashed.
I told my passengers that these ugly people are simply misguided fools and are simply following the agenda of the cowards at the top of the tree, of the UAF, the SWP, The unions, the New-Labour party, The Tory Party, and signatories of it, David Cameron, Tony Benn, Peter Hain, and Ken Livingston were the ones that came to mind.
Just think about it!
All of those political parties, organisations and other people (and more), involved in a display of fascist totalitarianism.
The elites don't want The British National Party to have a family weekend, and are prepared to use violence, through The UAF to do it, yet you never see the organ grinders at work.
Weyman Bennett, had made some noises on the internet in the days before, but not even he was around, as the red-eyed reds, who'd travelled up on the red-eye, were grunting and growling at us.
Like Simon Darby said, about 100 of us were delayed due to these creatures.
Inside the festival, we couldn't even hear the animal noises outside.
Now the Telegraph have produced their report of the commotion outside and the goings on inside, in their usual disproportionate way.
Making sure that they could call us all the usual names and try to hint at racism, they drew reference to the beastly chants from outside:
The main body of demonstrators, which was monitored by a camera mounted on a drone, gathered in Codnor's Market Place, chanting "Nazi scum, off our streets" and waving placards from campaign group Unite Against Fascism and various trade union groups.
Dozens of tents had been pitched on the BNP festival site, around 200 yards from where police were forced to hold back protesters.
Journalists from some media organisations were invited on to the site, where a political marquee had been set up to hear speeches and a Ford Ka was up for grabs in a raffle alongside stalls selling badges and pork scratchings.
A coconut shy - featuring images of Tony Blair, Jack Straw and Gordon Brown and offering festival-goers the chance to "knock a traitor off the stick" - had also been set up at the festival site.
So why mention the pork scratchings, as if we didn't know?
I, for one, enjoyed my first Red-White-and-Blue, as did my entourage, as the attempts by the Amber Valley Council to deter the party's party failed like a Labour candidate at a by-election:
- Preventing use of caravans and campervans,
- Not allowing a funfair for children,
- Not allowing a liquor license,
- Enforcing archaic laws on noise to hinder partying by BNP revellers.
What the UAF and Amber Valley did achieve, by their actions, was to further the resolve of my previously BNP-sceptical passengers, to support and go forward with the party.
They, like me, want their country back.
And like me they are prepared to back Nick Griffin and The BNP in the dark times that surely lay ahead.