Nigel Farage Steps Up on Fox News

Daily Mail:

Mass immigration has led to the growth of Muslim ‘ghettos’ in Britain which are run under Sharia Law, Nigel Farage declared last night.

In an interview with US news channel Fox News, Mr Farage said the authorities had turned a ‘blind eye’ to the growth of ghettos where ‘the police and all the normal agents of the law have withdrawn and that is where Sharia law has come in’.

Mr Farage’s controversial remarks came after US terror ‘expert’ Steve Emerson sparked ridicule by claiming Birmingham was ‘totally Muslim’ and religious police squads were roaming the streets of London.

Communities Secretary Eric Pickles accused Mr Farage of ‘pandering to peoples’ worst fears’ and branded his comments ‘irresponsible and wrong’.

The Ukip leader was interviewed yesterday by presenter Sean Hannity on the causes of the Paris massacre, following his comments last week in which he blamed a ‘fifth column’ and ‘gross multiculturalism’ for the attacks.

In yesterday’s interview, Mr Hannity asked why Britain and other countries had allowed ‘people to come to the country, not assimilate, separate, take their land ostensibly and then risk even being at war with them’.

Mr Farage said: ‘I agreed with your sentiments entirely’.

He added: ‘So wherever you look you see this blind eye being turned and you see the growth of ghettos where the police and all the normal agents of the law have withdrawn and that is where Sharia Law has come in.’

Mr Farage said the imposition of Sharia law meant there had been no prosecutions for the ‘tens of thousands’ of female genital mutilations carried out in Britain.

He said ‘moral cowardice’ was to blame for the police not trying to catch Muslim men involved in child abuse in parts of Northern England.

Mr Farage said: ‘We’ve been turning a blind eye to preachers of hate that have been coming here from the Middle East and saying things for which the rest of us would be arrested.

‘In parts of northern England we’ve seen the sexual grooming of under-age girls committed by Muslim men, in the majority, and for all of these things we are seeing the law not being applied equally, we’re seeing the police forces not doing their job because we’ve suffered from moral cowardice.

‘We have through mass immigration and through not checking the details of those people who have come to our countries, we have allowed big ghettos to develop and when it comes to confronting tough issues we’re run a mile and that is why we’re in the mess we’re in, we’ve been led very badly.’

He said: ‘We even, a few years ago, had some quite clear examples where the immigration services were actually allowing women to come into Britain from Pakistan and elsewhere to join polygamous marriages something that is against our law…

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One Response

  1. It’s good to see him using the term “fifth column”.

    Not far from that, to recognising and making the point – the unassailable point – that if no self-identified card-carrying Muslims had been admitted into the UK, ever, then the attacks in 2005 and a myriad fortunately-foiled murdet plots and the beheading of Lee Rigby and the rape and abuse of thousands of young non-Muslim girls in the UK, would not have happened. And had Muslims never been admitted into France, the murders carried out by Mohammed Merah, and the murder of Ilan Halimi and the murder of Sebastien Selam and the murders in Paris just this past week, could not have happened.

    Someone has to start saying it: it is about probability and statistics. The Ummah, or Mohammedan Mob, wherever it goes, is the sea in which the jihadis swim and from which, ceaselessly, they emerge. Or, to put it briefly: Got Muslims? – got Jihad.

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