Former Neo-Nazi, that Terrorised English Veterans & Vandalised Butcher Shops, Wins Council Seat for Labour
Great article from a page we found on the UKIP Trendolizer, from a local UKIP website (UKIP West Lancs)
Jack Sen is UKIP’s parliamentary candidate for West Lancs. I’ve done a bit of research on the man and I can honestly say he is top notch. Not only does he speak his mind, as is evidenced by articles we’ve found about him in the Guardian LV, but he genuinely cares about his constituents. Hopefully the people of Lancashire will vote out the Lab/Lab/Con traitors and give this brave man a chance to do right by them.
We are sharing this article, not because we support UKIP, but because this damn good article shows how damn hypocritical the Left are.
Former Neo-Nazi that (originally found on www.ukipwestlancs.org)
“A Vote for Labour is a vote for the Conservatives and Lib Dems, while a vote for UKIP is a vote for Britain”, is something I often tell people during street surgeries.
In Milton Keynes, quite ironically, it appears that a vote for Labour is in fact a vote for the Nazi party.
You see, Margaret Burke who won the seat for Bradville last week, was an active extremist and proud Hitler devotee, throughout the eighties and early nineties.
Ms Burke didn’t just collect the odd Nazi stamp or read Mein Kampf at bedtime, she dressed up in full Third Reich regalia, marched in parades, and on nights out defaced British Council buildings. Margaret, along with her hubby, Terry Flynn, in fact ran the Milton Keynes November 9th Society (N9S).
N9S were so big they have their own Wiklipedia page, which claims the group were so extreme, “members were critical of the BNP for being too moderate.”
The Sunday Mirror claimed that one of their reporters had infiltrated the group and filmed several members, including Margaret’s husband, Quinn, verbally abusing children and veterans in the street, as well as perpetrating violent attacks on members of the public.
Even the local Milton Keynes Citizen, an openly liberal and pro-Labour paper, reported that,
“Margaret and her husband wore Nazi-style uniforms and recruited gangs of local youths to hand out racist leaflets and daub buildings with swastikas.”
Gangs of Youths?
The Citizen had previously referred to Burke’s gang as a “50-strong army of skinheads” that rolled through towns, targeting impressionable youth and terrorising WW2 veterans and local Jewish children.
Ironically, another frequent target of Burke’s ire, was the Labour Hall she’ll now be plying her trade at.
And Margaret wasn’t through with her antics once she and her hubby split. After her marriage to Quinn broke down, Margaret switched her passion to so-called Animal Rights activism, vandalising butcher shops with the extremist Animal Liberation Front.
There’s nothing pro-animal about smashing the windows of local shops, Ms Burke.
And how have Labour big shots reacted?
I wonder what Ed Millband, the son of a Polish Jewish immigrant who’d fled the Nazi’s, has to say about Margaret Burke-Flynn’s past.
Local Labour Party leader Kevin Wilson defended Burke: “We were aware of Margaret’s past and we questioned her at length. We had no doubt at all that her misdemeanours of 20 or 30 years ago were serious matters but I do not believe that somebody should be punished or penalised h a long time ago.”
Compounding the hypocrisy is the constant attack UKIP finds itself under by the pro-Labour leftist media, often times for rubbish one tenth as scandalous as Ms Burkes history as a Nazi and later Far left terrorist.
Sneeze too loud within 50 yards of a Baltic food shop as a UKIP supporter and watch as you’re lambasted for racism.
UKIP is in fact the only party that forbids its members from ever having been members of the pseudo-patriotic English Defense League for this very reason.
Still we get attacked for trying to do right by our beloved Britain.
Recently a UKIP MEP was thrown under a proverbial bus for writing a book defending the sale of Gollywogs.
The false moral outrage from the left that ensued was quite sickening, considering how silent they’ve been on Ms Burke’s past.
Even the local conservative party noted the hypocrisy.
“Given their strong stance against any association with Nazism and terrorist activities, I seriously question their (Labour’s) judgement in their choice of candidate.”
Although the media and Labour Party brass have forgiven and moved on, one of Margaret’s ward members, former councillor Danny Waite, finds it a tad harder to forget Burke’s behaviour.
As the first black councillor to be elected in Milton Keynes, he was on several occasions subjected to racism from Margaret and her cronies.
“I refused to vote for her. It was the only time in my adult life that I haven’t voted Labour,” he told the Citizen. “I now have no idea where to turn.”
I’d tell Danny what I tell everyone, a vote for UKIP is a vote for Britain.