A Tory candidate for Brentwood in Essex has been expelled from the Conservative party for two of the most heinous crimes in David Cameron’s faux Conservatives, and that is speaking the truth about Islam and questioning the almost Orwellian levels of diversity promotion.
David Bishop, who was standing for the Tories in Brentwood South referred to Islam as ‘the religion of rape’ which to be quite frank is the truth. Islamic men do have a record for gang rapes and on street grooming that both Tories and Labour have done little about.
In effect we have a case of where someone has been expelled from the Conservative party for little more than telling the truth about the vicious, destrucive and growingly despised ideology of Islam.
Those who have had to live alongside those who promote and appease the death cult of Islam, or who have seen the corruption and havoc that Islam has brought to many British towns, will agree with Mr Bishop’s description of Islam.
Mr Bishop was also censured for attacking the BBC’s sometimes relentless pushing of LGBT issues and although I’m someone who supports LGBT equality I also support Mr Bishop’s criticism of how propaganda about these issues are hammered into sometimes innapropriate places.
The Guardian newspaper said of the sacking:
“A Tory council candidate has resigned from the party after making anti-Islamic and homophobic comments.
David Bishop apologised unreservedly after posting comments on Twitter including: “It’s good to be anti-Islam.”
Bishop, who was standing as the Tory candidate in Brentwood South in Essex, said he would not ask anyone to vote for him on 22 May.
He said: “I unreservedly apologise for publishing inappropriate tweets and retweets and I am sorry for the real offence caused.
“I recognise that someone standing for public office should show leadership and seek to unite communities, not divide them. I hope the residents of Brentwood South can forgive my lack of judgment in time.
“I have let myself and my party down and, in order to avoid any further embarrassment, I have taken the decision to resign from the Conservative party with immediate effect. I will not be asking anyone to vote for me on 22 May.
“I wish the Conservative party all the best for the future.”
The Brentwood Gazette reported that, two days after being named the Tory candidate, the local DJ reposted a tweet from another account which cited the arrest of four Muslim men over the rape of a 14-year-old girl. He added: “‘£Islam ‘the religion of peace’ & rape”.
Bishop ‘s other tweets included: “How CAN a gay guy keep a straight face?” and: “A lesbian kiss on @bbceastenders before the watershed … okay BBC diversity soldiers we get it, now stop trying so hard #pathetic.”
The association chairman in Brentwood and Ongar, where the communities secretary, Eric Pickles, is the MP, said he had accepted the resignation and it had been the right decision.
John Kerslake said: “The Conservative party is all-inclusive and promotes unity. As such, the matter has been dealt with swiftly and conclusively in the best interest of Brentwood and the party.”
The Conservatives have also distanced themselves from views expressed on Twitter by Stephen Lees, who claims to have been a long-standing activist in the Croydon area of south London.
Lees wrote on Twitter: “Every single Muslim should be expelled from this country – not deported expelled “
Mr Bishop is oh so correct in his assertion that to be anti Islam is a good thing because the ideology of Islam is a threat to whatever society, nation or culture that it controls or has an influence on. It would be interesting to see if Mr Bishop’s name is still on the ballot paper and maybe if there is not a UKIP candidate standing in Mr Bishop’s ward then those who agree with his words should vote for him.
Honesty, especially honesty about Islam is rare in a political candidate and the voters of Brentwood should consider whether they should reward Mr Bishop’s honesty with their vote.
This is the topsy turvey world of today’s Conservative party where they force out those who warn againstt threats to the nation.