Nigel Farage chimes in on possible Trump UK ban….
Unable to hold his tongue, the politically-correct, Islamic collaborator, Nigel Farage has opined that Donald Trump went too far in expressing his views about muslims. No surprise there: the plastic patriot, Farage, has a history of appeasing islam, as the Lee Rigby incident and similar others have borne witness.
When asked about Mr Trump’s comments Nigel Farage told BBC News that the UK had a “huge problem” but said the Republican presidential nomination contender had “gone too far”.
“I think Mr Trump’s somewhat knee-jerk reaction to this, saying that all Muslims should be banned from coming into America was perhaps for him a political mistake too far,” he told the new channel.
“I think with this comment he’s gone too far, I would expect people to say this look – this is unreasonable, because what you would be doing is punishing a lot of very good people because of the actions of a few.”
I wonder what UKIP supporters would think if they knew their hero was in a mosque appeasing Muslims within hours of Mr Rigby’s murder. Shame on you Farage.
Question. Is money and power so important to you, you’d even betray your nation’s heroes?
In Lee Rigby’s Shadow: Islam and Ukip’s Collaborators, Cowards and Quislings
by NE Whistle-blower.
All articles submitted under this logo are written by current members of Ukip or, in some instances, by ex members. To prevent their detection and expulsion or blacklisting, they have had to keep their identities confidential.
A distasteful characteristic within Ukip, at once evident to outsiders, is the sanctimony that surrounds a significant element within its membership, as they mindlessly regurgitate the unctuous platitudes of their party leaders. These are individuals whose thinking is done for them by their leaders. Like those in the Tory Party, they owe their allegiance to their party first, over and above their allegiance to their country. This malaise in the Tory Party has explained why that organisation has for so long been able to carry out treachery and subversion within the British realm. Simply put, its members have said nothing and analysed nothing and have therefore been complicit with their party’s treacherous activities.
Lenin referred to such people as the ‘useful idiots’. Robert Louis Stevenson’s observation was apposite when he wrote that ‘it is better to travel hopefully than to arrive’ – in this case into Ukip’s multicultural nirvana.
Let us now recall the case of Lee Rigby, who was brutally hacked to death two years ago, in Woolwich, London, by two muslims wielding knives and a cleaver. At least one of these, Michael Adebolajo, born in Lambeth to a Christian family, was a second generation ‘Briton’, of African descent.
Immediately after the outrage, Ukip Party Leader, Nigel Farage hurried to a mosque in Leeds to ingratiate himself to local muslims. The event was partly organised by his Party’s Commonwealth spokesman, Mujeeb ur Rehman Bhutto (who is no longer a member)*. Accompanying Farage were South East MEP, Ray Finch and Yorkshire and Humber (North Lincolnshire) MEP, Jane Collins.
According to photos, Bhutto and others from Ukip can be seen meeting up with the MQM secretariat, which in Canada is a designated terror organisation and according to Muslim Labour peer Lord Ahmed has been classified as a Tier III terror organisation by the US authorities (see link http://www.breitbart.com/london/2015/01/31/exclusive-former-mep-says-ukip-chairman-knew-about-bashir/#disqus_thread )
In the photograph, above, Jane Collins sits with a head scarf, between Farage (grinning wildly) and Finch.
Also in the mosque, that day, were Ukip’s leading members, Ray Finch and Jane Collins. Both now sit in the EU Parliament. Ray Finch – an unprepossessing individual –owes his status to the unacceptable selection procedure for Ukip’s MEPs, which favours those who are approved by the party leadership. Finch employs Farage’s wife, Kirsten, on his payroll, which ingratiates him to his mentor.
The insensitive appearance of Farage, Finch and Collins in a mosque in the immediate aftermath of the brutal murder of Lee Rigby, was another example of the Ukip leadership’s subservience to the mantra of ‘political-correctness’, which in reality is social Marxism.
Ukip’s Constitution states: “We are a non-racist, non-sectarian party dedicated to freedom, democracy and the right of the UK’s people to govern themselves.” So, who are the ‘UK’s people’? Clearly, according to Ukip’s leaders, they comprise every minority group in the UK of non-European descent, whose presence is detrimental to the identity, cohesion, culture, heritage, religion and identity of the indigenous people of its islands.
Whether Farage, Finch and Jane Collins are cowards, because – like so many sanctimonious humbugs within the membership – they will not speak out or whether they are also collaborators and quislings, because they are a party to the multicultural ambition to subvert, damage and diminish the essential cultural co-ordinates of their own people, is not difficult to determine. The multicultural society has been imposed without any consultation or consent whatsoever, both within the UK and throughout Western civilisation.
Ukip’s political-correctness is not merely reserved to the UK, however. In the European Parliament, the party has a long tradition of avoiding politically sensitive votes. One example of such dereliction of duty, of which there are numerous, will suffice. Here is a Report, less than two years ago, which speaks for itself:
REPORT on the Annual Report on Human Rights in the World 2012 and the European Union’s policy on the matter
(2013/2152(INI)) Committee on Foreign Affairs/Rapporteur: Eduard Kukan
- Calls for the EU to further protect reproductive rights and stresses the need to place these policies at the heart of development cooperation with third countries;
strongly condemns the disgraceful practice of female genital mutilation in certain parts of Africa, honour killings, gender-based abortion and forced marriage; recalls the important conclusions reached at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo;
Abstaining: Farage, Nutall, Helmar, Clark, Agnew, Batten.
Voting Results for 11.12.13 can be found here:
In the Report, above, there was a specific vote on the second part of paragraph 116, beginning “strongly condemns…in Cairo.” It relates to female genital mutilation, common in Islamic countries. As the link denotes, Farage, Nutall, Helmar, Clark, Agnew and Batten abstained.
*Mujeeb Bhutto was involved in a gang behind a high-profile kidnapping in Karachi in 2004 and he later received a £56,000 ransom payment in Manchester. In 2005 he admitted he was the gang’s “boss” and was jailed for seven years by a UK Court.
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