How dare David Cameron attack Nigel Farage for telling the truth about multiculturalism

Here’s what Nigel Farage had to say about the massacre:

“We’ve allowed, and I’m certainly speaking for Britain here, within our mosques, people coming in, heavily funded by some Middle Eastern states, pushing a deeply unpleasant and anti-Christian heritage culture.

“And we’ve also – and here’s the biggest mistake that governments have made – we have promoted multiculturalism. We have promoted division within our societies. We have said to large numbers of people: ‘you can come here from any part of the world. By the way please don’t bother to learn our language, don’t integrate in any way at all. You can take over whole parts of our towns and cities and we will say it has made us a wonderful diverse national.’ That hasn’t worked.

“We’ve got to start being a bit more assertive about who we are and what our values are… We come from countries with Christian culture and Christian constitutions and we’ve got to start standing up for that.”

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  • BillyHW

    Internment camps…were they really all that bad?

  • Ed Ellison

    The time is now to press forward with the truth.
    The truth about multiculturalism.
    The truth about socialism.
    The truth about immigration.
    And finally the truth about Islam.
    If the west does not face the truth now, our civilization is done for.

  • Alain

    Farage is correct, and what he says applies equally to Canada. So where are our politicians capable of also speaking truth to this matter?

    • mauser 98

      few or none in western world

  • glasnost

    How dare he indeed? David Cameron said the same thing himself.
    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-12371994

  • simus1

    Farage is beginning to annoy me with his “we” shit when he means the British govt.
    If you have the wit to tag enemy sinners with their corruption and vote whoring do it and damn them while the iron is hot.
    I seem to recall another similar Canadian politician who was also prone to this form of confusing gobbledygook.

    • Frau Katze

      It’s not just the present govt. Labour really opened the floodgates. Perhaps he doesn’t to be seen attacking the Conservatives too much as there is some overlap there.

      I don’t see a problem with using “we”.

      • simus1

        The problem is focus.
        His “we” is all inclusive – everyone knows what he means but it softens the impact of his words. It is fertile ground being mishandled.

        • Frau Katze

          Maybe. I have zero experience in politics.

          • simus1

            Perhaps, like myself, “you have had zero favourable experience when it comes to politics up close”.

            A good example of what I mean happened with Ontario’s election of Bob Rae’s NDP government. Bob Rae is lawyer Blah Blah personified and one of the party’s stalwarts there through the long dry desert years was a charismatic NDP MPP, Peter Kormos who wore cowboy boots and drove a Corvette. He was putting poor Premier Bob in the shade and ruining various lame PR initiatives by accidentally moving the spotlight to more interesting stuff via his media savvy and many friends therein.

            Eventually he was shoved out of caucus.

            All I’m really trying to say is that if you are Farage with a good clamp on the speediest uphill tow rope running at the moment, don’t pretend you are Bob Rae, pretend you are Peter Kormos.

  • Frau Katze

    This argument makes no sense. All politicians take advantage of whatever they can. That’s the way it works.

    Prime Minister David Cameron and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg have both accused UKIP leader Nigel Farage of trying to make political capital out of the Charlie Hebdo massacre.

  • soobie

    Britain is an Islamic State. They sold out long ago and reap what they’ve sown. It’s been directed by the globalist to cause neo segregation. Like Britain, France will also fall. No culture is allowed anymore.

    • ellake

      Britain is NOT an Islamic State. The muslims are NOT a majority. Politicians don’t equal the whole Britain.
      The simple fact is that without political correctness and multiculturalism (if PC + multiculturalism would stop now) half of the problems with immigrants and Islam Britain has today would dissapear within a couple of years. And the rest of the problems would be much easier to solve.
      I think the same is true for other Western countries.
      So, no, you may think that they will fail but they may not.

      • Jay Currie

        Absolutely right. There is time to stop the destruction of England and even France if the political classes and their media enablers are tossed on the asheap of history more or less immediately.

        GO UKIP

  • Jay Currie

    Forage was hit hard by the great and the good for “scoring political points in the midst of tragedy. The Daily Mail went with that take. 2300 comments in and they are running 30:1 pro Niger.

    The Daily Mail, pro-Conservative to the end, notorious manipulates the up and down arrows against UKIP … They have outdone themselves tonight up arrowing any lame, mildly anti-Farage comments.

    The Paris atrocity has galvanised ordinary people and terrified the political classes. Ordinary people want action against the Islamic terrorists. The political classes want to pretend there is no such thing as Islamic terrorism. This is a gift to Fardre and UKIP because the ordinary people are sick of being lied to.

    England is five months away from its election.

  • k

    You lose your culture if YOU DON’T HAVE CHILDREN!
    Every European needs to have 5 children in order to bring back European civilization
    GRANDPARENTS NEED TO PICK UP THE SLACK BY BABYSITTING REGULARLY! Let’s face it Grandparents it was on YOUR watch where the birth rate fell to cripple European civilization