Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Extreme Extremists (Non-UKIP Edition)

Last Thursday was not only the high point of the legacy parties' whining about the supposed extremism of UKIP, it was also the first anniversary of this.

If David Cameron had devoted half as much energy to denouncing those guys as he did to calling UKIPers fascists, there probably wouldn't have been a UKIP surge to get all foot stampey about in the first place.

1 comment:

North Northwester said...

But the article’s pictures seem to prove you wrong and go far to validating Cameron’s subtle touch regarding community relations.

I’m sure we can all agree that the last – the very last – thing we need to see on our streets is columns of marching men (especially ex-servicemen) parading in paramilitary uniforms and expressing all kinds of regrettable and inflammatory remarks. Seeing them swanning around as if they owned the place was bad enough and it’s gratifying that the Labour MP argued against a permanent memorial for Drummer Rigby; rightly perceiving that it might attract extremists to the streets of Woolwich which has clearly never happened before in all the town’s long and diverse history.