Her latest outburst is related to this week's population figures. As if trying to be an offensive and inaccurate in as little time as possible, her third sentence reads:
Sadly, though, it is not the indigenous middle-class, hard-working, tax-paying population that's exploding.
She might as well have said 'we're being over-run by chavs and foreigners on benefits' and be done with it.
She blames the benefit system, suggesting:
it's not so much a baby boom we're experiencing as a benefits boom. Middle Britain, stand ready to empty your wallets.
how many immigrant mums have contributed anything to this country before landing us with another child to educate in our already struggling schools?
Obviously she doesn't provide an answer, because she doesn't know, but asking the question makes it sound like this must be a problem. She goes on, in typical BNP-style rhetoric to ask:
At a time when the very core of Britishness is threatened, shouldn't we be concerned about this?
What exactly is the 'very core of Britishness'? What is it being threatened by? Does anyone know what she is on about?
She also claims:
We are now the second most densely populated country in the world
despite the fact 'we' are 52nd. So that is just a blatant lie.
She goes on to display a lack of self-awareness that takes the breath away:
We're told mass immigration is crucial to keep Britain booming, that we need foreign workers.
In fact, as other figures showed this week, more than five million Brits have never worked under Labour, which suggests that far from importing workers, we need to get our own population into jobs.
At which point you just want to scream. Because, for those who don't know, Amanda Platell was born in Australia.
That would make her an immigrant. An immigrant with a job on a British newspaper. She's complaining about herself.