Andre Lampitt was, up until yesterday, a prospective council candidate for UKIP in Merton, South London. That was until tweets were revealed in the mainstream media showing his antipathy to amongst other things, Islam,also distrust of Nigerians and of Ed Miliband’s loyalty and efficacy as a potential national leader.
I’ll come to the issue of his comments on Nigerians and Weird Ed later but what he said about Islam is not much different from what many other Britons say about the ideology of Islam. He was shown as saying in these tweets that Islam isn’t compatible with western civilised societies and that Muslims should either give up their satanic religion or leave Europe.
How can these comments about Islam really be regarded as extreme? They cannot because there are so many examples of how Islam causes problems in free societies, from big ones such as grooming gangs, terror and school takeovers, to the more mundane everyday annoyances such as building thefts, public resource draining and calling for sedition. Although I don’t personally believe in the existence of a definable ‘satan’ figure, I do beleive in such a thing as evil, whether you call it lack of empathy, or Yetza ha ra, ‘Left Hand Path’ or selfishness or whatever, evil, the inclinatinon to do wrong and to wrong others, does, in my opinion, exist. The ability to do evil is something that can crop up in any person or in any culture but in the present time the current type of ‘mass evil’ definitely has an Islamic face. Where ever Islam the ideology goes it causes evil. First it oppresses and imprisons the Muslims themselves and then it has cowed its own members, it then goes on to oppress and destroy the host or invaded culture.
When you look at the bloodstained history of Islam you can see the societies and cultures that it destroyed and the nations it turned into deserts. From the destruction of the Christian and Jewish tribes of ancient Arabia through the conquest of Coptic Egypt and Zoroastrian Persia, we can see how the evidence shows that Islam has never been a religion of peace. Unlike other beliefs Islam has never been a faith where violence has been an abberation or a side issue, in Islam violence has always been as central to it as the Shema is to Judaism and the Communion is to Christianity.
It is quite evidentially justified to refer to Islam as a satanic religion, and if it were possible to speak to the lost souls of those untold millions of victims of Islam they would probably say the same.
What Mr Lampitt said regarding Islam is what millions of people up and down Britain who have had contact with the Religion of rape and murder say almost everyday, to their friends, family and acquaintances when, of course, they are sure that there is nobody around who is likely to grass them up to the authorities for their opinion. It is not extreme to oppose Islam, it is the height of common sense.
Where I part company with the views of Mr Lampitt is on the subject of Ed Miliband and the Nigerians. I’ve met loads of reasonable and non-criminal Nigerians but it cannot be denied that their nation and culture does have a bad reputation for fraud,crime and corruption. On Weird Ed he is way off the mark with his Polish remark. In the UK we owe a lot to the Poles,especially as they helped to save our arses during the Battle of Britain and in general have been a friendly nation. It is not Ed Miliband’s background or religious heritage or where his family came from that makes him unfit to lead this country, it is the fact that he is a socialist who came from a family that instilled socialism in him and where the monstrous apologist for Stalin, Eric Hobsbawm sat around their dinner table.
However much you may or may not agree or disagree with Mr Lampitt’s views he should have the right to say them even if it does offend. It is an indication just how much the Left has been successful in silencing opposing views by screaming ‘racism’ at every contrary opinion that his story is a a story at all.
The metropolitan political Left who infest and control both the race industry and the BBC would have used this candidates views as a stick to beat UKIP with and in order to ‘tip the hat to Mrs Grundy’ had to be seen to be acting decisively and suspend Mr Lampitt from UKIP. If the party management had not done so, then the mainstream parties who are more or less indistinguishable from each other, would have had a field day. I don’t think that UKIP management had any alternative in the current ‘no free speech’ climate but to suspend Mr Lampitt to avoid damage.
However Mr Lampitt’s views will probably chime with many people and although he has been suspended by UKIP his name will still be on the ballot paper because this story has emerged too late for his name or party alliegence to be changed on the polling documentation.
If I lived in Mr Lampitt’s ward I would probably vote for him, not because I agree with his views on Nigerians or Weird Ed or Poles or anything else, but purely because he is honest about Islam and the danger this ideology poses to British society. Politicians and potential politicians who are honest about Islam are as rare as hens teeth and are like a breath of fresh air when compared to the cowering spineless mainstream politicos and media who fawn over Islam and refuse to acknowledge this hate filled and fascist ideology’s true nature.
Electoral predictions have a nasty habit of turning out wrong, and although Mr Lampitt’s remarks may have cost him the votes of the naïve ones, I would not be surpised if he may have gained many more votes from those who appreciate his honesty about Islam instead of the lies about it that we are so often fed.
Mr Lampitt is not saying ‘repellent’ things about Islam, he is telling the truth about it.
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