Tucker Carlson invited Nigel Farage onto his program for a discussion of the terrorist problem in his native Britain. Carlson notes, “It seems clear from this vantage this is part of something much larger and it’s pretty clear what it is. I wonder if that’s as clear to the leaders of the political parties in Great Britain.
After a sarcastic chuckle, Farage says, “Well, I remember about five years ago, I said that we had a fifth column living inside our own nation. It was the first time in our history that we had people living amongst us that wanted to destroy our values and actually even wanted to kill us. And I remember the absolute wave of condemnation that I came in for. “
Farage says, “What I’ve seen today are a lot of people, the greater the good of this country, the people that did irresponsibly open the doors, the people that refused to accept that within some parts of Islam there was a growing problem, they’re all saying how awful and appalling it is. And I do actually think that the moment has come for us to actually point the blame and that what these politicians have done in the space of just fifteen years, may well affect the way we live in this country for the next 100 years.”
Carlson asks the same question that is asked of the left here, “Why would the leaders of a country, whose job it is to protect the citizens who voted for them, be so angry at anybody calling things as they see it, telling the truth? Why is that a threat to them?”
Farage replies with a bit of a history lesson, saying, “Well this was when Tony Blair got elected back in 1997, his aim was to create a genuinely multicultural society. In fact he said he wanted to rub the noses of the right in diversity. Peter Mandelson, one of the architects of new Labour said, ‘We sent out search parties all over the world to find as many immigrants as we possibly could.'”
While he’s not against immigration Farage says, “For goodness sake, you have to vet people. And that was twenty years ago, and today, when Donald Trump, surely this is the big takeout, when Donald Trump tries to make America safer, when Donald Trump tries to make sure that these scenes that we’ve had in Paris, in Brussels, in Berlin and now London aren’t repeated in America, we get people on 5th Avenue and behind me in Westminster out on the streets protesting. It seems to me that our political leaders really ought to start saying ‘sorry.'”
Farage says, “You can’t have open door immigration and not bring in terrorism, that’s point one and that’s exactly what the President is trying to do. The second problem is that some of those communities that exist within our countries are, and I’m quoting Britain here as an example, through our state-run schools and our prisons being radicalized.”
A somewhat disgusted and exasperated Farage says, “Hard to believe, isn’t it, that actually in British prisons is now one of the major sources of Islamic terrorist recruitment and frankly, we’ve simply got to get tough and we’ve got to give our security services all the weapons that they need to try and counter this threat.”
At least now that they are leaving the EU, Brits will be able to make their own immigration decisions rather than merely being a dumping ground for radical Islamists that Brussels is importing as their globalist takeover army. With leaders like Farage they’ve got a chance now, anyway.
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