On the 8th February 2017, I was asked to appear in a live debate on Channel Four News. I was unfortunate enough to be sharing air time with a student campaigner by name Barbara Ntumy – a girl who worships racist Labour Member of Parliament Diane Abbott, and who regularly claims that the right doesn’t believe she has a right to exist.
The debate followed a film about the so-called “Alt Right”, and while I don’t describe myself as Alt Right (if anything, I am a paleolibertarian), I was asked to come along and represent the wider conservative movement. Ntumy is often used as a mouthpiece for black supremacy and professional victimhood on BBC and Channel Four, so I knew full well that this would not be a debate of any sort. Instead, I expected shouting, complaining and blaming. That’s exactly what I got.
The media loved the negative reactions on Twitter, but the positive reaction from working class people the following day in London was incredible.
In the full interview below, you can see how I used this platform on national television to call out the hypocrist of Ntumy and the left in general. While they cry ‘racism’ at anyone who wants to defend their borders, and call for the importation of ‘refugees’, they always have an excuse for why they are unable to offer a couch for these fighting age Muslim men to sleep on.
You can watch the fill video below. I think it’s safe to say I won’t be invited back.