If a few plans currently in the works come to fruition then it's highly unlikely that I'll be posting any material anywhere for the forseeable future - so you'll excuse me if I proceed to the task in hand with relish.
You are a public menace, and should get out of this country and go back to Africa on the first available flight.
Your little publicity stunt in Westminster Abbey certainly got your name in the papers - although I have to say that if I, a 36 year old, 14 stone Glaswegian white man, tried the same trick the royal protection goons would probably have dropped me before I got out my chair and the pathologists would still be picking bullets out my corpse.
But such is life. The police have to be very careful about accusations of racism; which is very probably why you were gently ushered out of Westminster Abbey still screaming abuse at the monarch instead of being frogmarched out in handcuffs with a bag over your head, which to my mind is what you deserved.
It seems that you're one of that tedious class of ethnic minorities and immigrants who bore whites like me by talking about their race all day long. You are the spiritual kin of the loathesome Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, a refugee from the African-on-Asian racism of Idi Amin Dada who has been granted opportunities and given honours far beyond the reach of natives yet who still seems consumed with hatred of this country, its culture and its people.
You are the spiritual kin of the perennial bore (and sprig of Trinidad's black elite) Richard (Darcus) Howe, a commentator so vapid that were he not black it's doubtful he would have anything to talk about.
You are the spiritual kin of the Jamaican Marxist bore Stuart Hall, a 'cultural theorist' (?) who never really seems to have learned that culture is a matter not of theory but of fact.
You've been a delegate to a BBC conference on citizenship; as a British citizen by birth from an ethnic and religious minority who's very interested in the dynamic between ethnicity and citizenship, I never get invited to these things - what's the trick? I mean, what do you know about citizenship that I don't?
You've also been a participant in one of BBC Radio 4's 'Great Debates', on the topic of 'Dr Martin Luther King v Malcolm X', provided soundbites criticising movies you probably haven't seen (don't worry, if that was the case you're in good company - Tim Luckhurst, a former editor of 'The Scotsman' and libel bully, has been caught doing the same) and participated in a BBC debate 'on some of the issues surrounding the abolition of the slave trade'.
And just a few days after that you're publicly barracking the Queen...what a wonderful country...
The website of your organisation 'Ligali' (as in 'Kigali') carries a page in which you question whether or not current black Members of Parliament are 'effective advocates or token puppets'. Your targets range right across the ideological spectrum of British politics, from Adam Afriyie to Diane Abbott. What's important to you is race and racial identity - and as such you reveal to be no different from the British National Party.
And this is where you must excuse me if I get annoyed.
I have spent quite a considerable amount of time and energy criticising the BNP. The BNP's beliefs are unscientific and ahistoric, which results in them being acivic. Their belief that race is the principal component of nationhood fails to place sufficient weight on the importance of common language, common history and common culture in the development of nations; Roman citizenship was available across the Empire, for example (it's possible that neither of us would be where we are were it not for the efforts of a Jewish Roman citizen, a tentmaker to trade, from the mother of all imperial backwaters), and the United Kingdom and the United States were the first modern nations to offer multi-ethnic citzenship. It is no coincidence that these nations and their cousins have had the greatest success in building societies founded on civics and the rule of law.
And that's what you want to destroy, just as the BNP also want to destroy it.
You're not on.
Why are you here? Where are you from? How do you support yourself? Do you get any of my tax money?
You need an education in British civics pretty damn fast, son. I might suggest a suitable crash course.
You should take a trip to any of those monuments called 'war memorials' which sit in every city, town and village in the United Kingdom. Read some of the names of the people who died to preserve the liberty into which you have been invited and which you want to smash because it suits you.
Then feel ashamed of yourself.
But the day you feel ashamed of yourself is the day the Queen goes to church with Nick Griffin.
Next time you're speaking to her, give her my regards.
And wear a tie, because you look ridiculous in fancy dress.