By Simon Darby-In the circumstances, considering that he risked a seven year prison sentence twice for warning about this, it would be a spectacular act of political contortion to blame Nick for the current Muslim grooming crisis.
However, that doesn't stop author Sean Thomas from having a go albeit with his flawed logic seeing him collapse into an undignified, twisted mess in the process.
For the second time today we witness the dehumanising and self-hating ideology of those that simply will not accept the ethno-religious reality of what is being done to our children.
Even amongst the perpetrator community there is at least a rudimentary acknowledgement of their crime.
A more honourable stance in my opinion than those prepared to protect their own inadequacies and failed belief system by blaming others. Do they really think people don't notice?
There's one more figure who played an important role in this saga. As long ago as 2001, Nick Griffin, the leader of the BNP, was making claims about Asian grooming gangs.
In 2004 he repeated these allegations in a speech clandestinely recorded by the BBC for a TV documentary, Secret Agent. He was arrested and charged with inciting racial hatred.
Which is exactly what he was doing, of course. He was making his allegations to stir up ethnic strife. Right-thinking people, aware of the BNP's record as liars, presumed that these stories were just racist demagoguery.
No doubt Griffin feels vindicated today: for telling the truth before anyone else. And yet it was thanks in part to his thuggish intervention that society felt able to ignore the scandal. And thus the abuse continued.