“It feels like Westminster is tumbling towards a political crisis without modern precedent,” wrote the BBC’s Ben Wright on November 27. On July 23, 2016, British subjects voted to leave the EU; on December 11, the House of Commons will decide whether or not to approve the horrible deal that Prime Minister Theresa May has struck with the EU honchos and that, her claims to the contrary, comes nowhere close to returning full independence to the UK. If, as seems likely at the moment, the MPs turn down May’s deal, it’s not clear what will happen next, even though, one way or the other, Britain’s EU membership is scheduled to expire on March 29 of next year.
Nigel Farage has quit Ukip after 25 years in protest over new leader Gerard Batten’s ‘obsession with Muslims’ and his appointment of Tommy Robinson as an adviser on ‘Muslim rape gangs’.
‘And so, with a heavy heart, and after all my years of devotion to the party, I am leaving Ukip today,’ he wrote in The Telegraph. ‘There is a huge space for a Brexit party in British politics, but it won’t be filled by Ukip.’
Speaking later on LBC, Mr Farage accused Mr Batten of ‘turning a blind eye to extremism’ and attempting to turn the party from an ‘electoral’ force into a ‘party of street activism’.
Well that’s a yawn. h/t JEH
Nigel Farage says he is “appalled” by Ukip’s decision to appoint Tommy Robinson as an adviser and has vowed to bring down its leader Gerard Batten.
The MEP for Southeast England, who headed the party when it used the anti-immigration “breaking point” poster to campaign for Brexit, claimed the involvement of the former leader of the English Defence League (EDL) was “dragging us in a shameful direction”.
He said if Ukip continued trying to turn Mr Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, into a “big player in the Brexit vote” then it was “finished”.
Nigel was always soft on Islam, but I think his disdain for Tommy is based on his fear of being overshadowed by a brighter light.
LBC’s, Nick Ferrari was shocked when a caller on his show said “his teenage son was given detention along with 2 other class mates for saying they’d vote Ukip during an election.”
Muslim sex gangs are responsible for a “holocaust of our children” that authorities have refused to tackle, Ukip’s children’s spokesman has claimed. Alan Craig said the practice of preying on mainly “white English girls” could be traced right back “to Mohammed himself”, in a speech at the party’s annual conference in Birmingham.
‘Is UKIP in danger of a first step to Muslim concentration camps?’: Party is blasted after putting forward Muslim-only prisons plan ‘to stop extremists converting fellow inmates’
UKIP has called for Muslim-only jails to stop extremist prisoners converting fellow inmates to their ideology.
A manifesto released for this weekend’s UKIP conference in Birmingham also called for the screening of Muslim immigrants to stop extremists arriving in the UK.
But activist Maajid Nawaz said the proposed policy was in ‘danger of becoming a first step to Muslim concentration camps’.
The hard-line proposals came as UKIP leader Gerard Batten denied that he was steering the party to the far right, after he confirmed that Tommy Robinson would be allowed to join the party.
The UK Independence Party (UKIP) have launched a new interim manifesto, taking a hard line against radical Islamic terrorism, which they say has “similarities” with the policies of U.S. President Donald J. Trump.
The manifesto also proposes housing radical Islamists in separate prisons to stop them spreading extremism, and introducing special security screening for immigrants from some terror-linked states.
“I’ve never criticisiced Muslims as such, as individuals, I take people as I find them whoever they are, wherever they come from.”
He continued: “Look at every country where the Islamic ideology is in control. It’s either extremely repressive regimes like Saudi Arabia, or it’s countries where there’s internal conflict the whole time.
“The only Islamic countries where there isn’t violence and conflict is where they have a very strong repressive regime. So that’s just a matter of fact.”
UKIP’s National Executive Committee has decided that a debate will be held on whether to allow the controversial political activist, Tommy Robinson, to join their party, the Independent reported.
The discussion on Robinson’s possible admission will be held between members at UKIP’s annual conference, which will take place from September 21-22, 2018.
Nigel Farage can not be happy at the prospect.
Speaking at a London rally in support of the jailed right-wing activist Tommy Robinson, UK Independence Party leader Gerard Batten told demonstrators that the rape gang members were inspired by the “cult of Mohamed.”
UKIP have welcomed a trio of high-profile social media activists linked to the ‘alt-right’ into their ranks, which may alarm some members already concerned about the direction of the party under the leadership of Gerard Batten.
The addition of Paul Joseph Watson, Carl ‘Sargon of Akkad’ Benjamin, and Mark ‘Count Dankula’ Meechan, all with huge social media followings from those on the so-called ‘alt-right,’ will no doubt cause controversy for UKIP. New leader Gerard Batten has faced criticism by former UKIP leader Nigel Farage for his public support of ex-EDL leader and anti-Islam activist Tommy Robinson.
Ukip’s new interim leader has insisted he was ‘factually and historically right’ to brand Islam a ‘death cult’.
Gerard Batten faced condemnation less than 24 hours after taking the helm of Ukip following the sacking of Henry Bolton.
The London MEP said Islam was fuelled by ‘dark ages ideologies’ and claimed many Muslim migrants to the UK believed in a literal interpretation of the Koran.
He claimed new arrivals to Britain should be obliged to sign an agreement rejecting this view.
Ukip will promise on Monday to ban the burka from being worn in public as it shelves a rebrand that was planned before the election.
The party’s first election manifesto pledges will be based on its an “integration agenda” aimed at its core supporters.
Sharia law – the religious rules that form part of Islamic tradition – will be outlawed in the UK under the party’s proposals.
Ms James won the race with a huge 48 per cent of the vote, while grassroots outsider Lisa Duffey pulled in 25 per cent.
Bill Etheridge had 12 per cent of the votes.
She said: “No one can take away the disruption we’ve caused.
“The days of Project Fear tactics have had their day. And we’ve proved why they have had their day and we are going to ensure they will never, ever rise from the political ashes again.”
Nigel Farage would prefer that Britons were poorer if it means cutting immigration to the UK.
The Ukip leader said he would reject the chance to make everyone ‘slightly better off’ as a price worth paying for stopping the population reaching 75million.
Mr Farage also repeated his claim that children do not play in the streets any more because of high levels of immigration, including in towns like Peterborough and Boston.
Ukip’s immigration policy has been subject to confusion in recent days over whether or not the party wants to set a target or cap on net migration…