Sunday, 23 October 2016






Raheem Kassam is the editor of Breitbart London. To be fair to him, on the issues he's about as good as a Paki could be. But he's still a Paki. I don't know his religion but I assume he is not actually a Muslim since Breitbart is fairly anti-Islam and he is a friend of Tommy Robinson, ex of the EDL.

Suzanne Evans is an acolyte and employee of Douglas Carswell. Their common goal is to turn a anti-immigration party into a pro-immigration party. If she wins, it's the end of UKIP.

UPDATE: Paul Nuttall has now announced that he will also stand, so there's an alternative.

 

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  1. I imagine ‘Raheem’ will be a shortened form of ‘Ibrahim’, the Muslim version of ‘Abraham’. If Wiki is to be believed, he is no longer a practising Muslim.

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    1. He said as much on a recent television interview. But he's down as the 'far right' candidate by Evans, yet look at his "MakeUKIPGreat Again" page: the very vague policies, include making immigration tens of thousands, no distinction between who gets in, no push back on any liberal sacred cows (such as equality issues), nothing. Better, IMO, that the more affable Nuttall hoovers up northern support (that accent will befuddle southerners like me) and i the meantime let's the many solid ultra conservative young thrusters out of their box, where Farage placed them and let's see if there's any leadership material there, to create an alt-right or populist party for the UK, push the Overton window and see where we end up.

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    2. UKIP is (((owned))). Only the “unacceptable” political parties in the UK are not. Farage bragged about destroying the BNP, which openly stated it was going to send non-Whites back.

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  2. ukip is a party set up to draw votes from bnp. they knew brexit means nothing as immigration has already happened. its no good shuting borders now they are already here.

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  3. Nick Griffin always proclaimed that UKIP was a diversion. A pressure valve to absorb the expected backlash from the electorate.

    My guess is that Farage didn't resign due to the threat of militant reds, he resigned because of the threat of a controlled/controlling government.

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  4. Yep, to late now. Soon the blood will be flowing on the streets thanks to our treacherous politicians. No wander they have disarmed us 19 years ago, they knew exactly what was going to happen.
    Anyway, rather than worrying how about taking up a sport? I hear clay shoots are quite fun...
    Be ready!

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