During his ‘Phone Farage’ segment on LBC Radio with Nick Ferrari, UKIP leader Nigel Farage was today asked about the February 6th Pan-European PEGIDA silent march.
Farage said on the show that we let people march for left wing causes and that of course PEGIDA UK should be allowed to protest – but when confronted about the fact that UKIP members will be attending the march, Farage suggested that those people perhaps found UKIP ‘too democratic and too liberal’. Perhaps he conveniently forgot that PEGIDA UK’s deputy leader, Anne Marie Waters, is still a member of the party.
The UKIP leader also predicted that PEGIDA UK won’t go very far because ‘those that are running it probably have pretty dodgy associations and unpleasant pasts’. Referring no doubt to Tommy Robinson and Paul Weston, Mr Farage continues to attack decent, patriotic people concerned about radical Islam, while continuing to support the building of more mosques and refusing to tackle the problem of third world immigration and the growing power that Islam has over our liberal democracy and Western civilisation.
At this point, it should be entirely clear to UKIP members that the party is not a solution to our problems, and that the UKIP should be boycotted. In order to solve our problems, UKIP needs to do more than just tackle the European Union. It must also stop attacking working class people for being concerned about the destruction of their communities and freedoms, and even banning people from joining their party.
The behaviour of Farage and UKIP perpetuates the idea that radical Islam and multiculturalism are not causing problems (which could ultimately trigger civil unrest), and that people who voice their concerns are ‘anti-democratic’ and ‘dodgy’.
Just who the hell do you think you are, Mr Farage?
Watch Paul Weston (leader of PEGIDA UK and the political party Liberty GB) discuss why it’s so important to come to PEGIDA UK on 6th February.
PEGIDA UK & Liberty GB