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Apr 27 2014

Why UKIP isn’t the one for us

“Perhaps if they did they would be better able to tackle us on policy, rather than having to rely on smear campaigns to try to undermine UKIP’s increasing popularity.

Were we to return the favour we would find an even greater wealth of embarrassment and disgrace in the other three parties’ ranks to also spread across the media.” – UKIP

Oh Really?

“Get over it, slavery was an act of war, You lost stop being so damn jealous and move forward.”

“Muslims are animals their faith is disgusting their prophet is (a) pedophile”

“He is Polish and not British so how’d he know what’s good for Britain?” – On Ed Milliband

“I was born and grew up in Africa please leave Africa for the Africans lets them kill themselves off don’t go there”

“When I voted they did not tell me they would spend our tax money on Syrians I’m sorry but this is unfair” – On Syrian Refugees

‘Inner peace will come when Aids does what it should and reduce  African density.’

“All Muslims need to leave Europe… or denounce their pathetic satanic religion.”

These were statements made by Andrew Lampitt. The Poster Boy for the UKIP’s anti EU stance. Dressed as a builder, Mr. Lampitt bemoans the (Fake) loss of jobs (the UK Building Sector is desperate for new workers) to a horde of “Eastern Europeans” coming over to the UK to “Take Our Jobs”.

There is a problem in this, see it assumes everyone in the UK can work as builders and all the service and manufacturing workers who lost their jobs can somehow build for a living. Which is as daft as suggesting that your plumber can  also be an electrician. It’s hopelessly naive and out of touch with reality.

“Most Nigerians are generally bad people… I  grew up in Africa and dare anyone to prove me wrong.”

Really…

Well, speaking of Nigerians. Lenny “I am the most harmless man in the world” Henry got in a fight with the UKIP too.

Henry pointed out that ethnic minorities are poorly represented on British television and in the media generally. For many Black Actors in the UK? Lenny Henry was the equivalent of Bill Crosby. A harmless anchor, a man so harmless he made being black on TV normal and allowed for more and more black people to make it. He was the man who allowed actors of colour to play roles other than “shopkeeper No. 1″ and “Taxi Cab driver” or “background builders”.

And the UKIP took offence to that. And what argument did William Henwood use?

“He should emigrate to a black country. He does not have to live with whites.”

Because being born in the UK doesn’t make you British, a lack of Melanin does. Which is why Mr. Lampitt up there is considered a local lad yet Lenny Henry is a foreigner.

“I think if black people come to this country and don’t like mixing with white people why are they here? If he wants a lot of blacks around, go and live in a black country.”

All this because a well known and loved comedian said we should treat minorities better in the media.

Stay the course UKIP. Stay the course.

2 comments

  1. 1
    StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return!

    Stay the course UKIP? I’d rather they didn’t actually.

    Best if they disappeared and took such racist hate with them.

  2. 2
    Marcus Ranum

    Well, the British had to move their sights toward someone else, now that they’re expected to treat the Scottish and Irish as human beings. You can’t have an upper class without a large lower class, wot wot?

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