Saturday, 8 June 2013
BNP and EDL not welcome
I do not know if John Cooke speaks as an individual or on behalf of UKIP on this matter, but nevertheless, in these days of tolerance and inclusivity, the statement that the only people UKIP will not accept are ex members of similar patriotic parties to UKIP seems a little strange.
Can one read into that statement that ex members of Sinn Fein, the political wing of the murderous IRA would be welcome to join UKIP? Or even worse, ex New Labour members who are guilty of countless crimes against Britain such as destroying our international standing by plunging Britain into three relatively recent wars of aggression (Serbia, Iraq, Afghanistan) as well as destroying our national identity and way of life for ever by a deliberate policy of mass immigration?
Looking at the UKIP policy on immigration and the BNP policy on immigration you will see that they are both pretty much alike so maybe it is for another reason that Mr Cooke makes it clear that ex BNP and EDL members are not welcome. He also mentions the National Front. I have not heard anything of the National Front since their marches back in the 1980's and until I just checked I wasn't even aware they were still a registered political party.
Maybe any UKIP members or supporters looking in could expand on the letter by Mr Cooke and explain why certain patriotic organisations are not accepted by UKIP?