Article author: Dan Rayner, Asatro News / Published: 23rd day of Blōt-mōnaþ 2264.RE / 23rd day of November (known as Blōt or 'Ritual' Month in Anglo-Saxon/Olde English) 2014
FARAGE & UKIP attack the "anti-English" Labour Party
Nigel Farage has correctly stated that the Labour party is intrinsically "anti-English", after Emily Thornberry, Labour Shadow Attorney General made anti-English Twitter comments and showed an utter hatred and disrespect for patriotic English folk and also for English folk who work as hand labourers, mechanics, builders, plumbers, electricians, delivery men and countless others in displaying "shock" at a house in Rochester adorned with English flags aside a White van parked in the front yard.
Nigel Farage also cited Labour's willingness to "pander" to Scotland and yet to simultaneously deny outright any discussion even of giving powers to English MPs even on issues that only effect England.
Nigel Farage has rightly called Labour out, as institutionally anti-English, with other UKIP MEPs such as Patrick O'Flynn stating that comments that forced the resignation of Labour's Shadow Attorney General are normal within the Leftwing, Metropolitan Labour party and that it has "let the cat out of the bag" revealing a deep, ideological anti-English fanaticism within the Labour party as a political and anti-English racial & cultural coalition of minorities, anti-English Socialists, Marxists, Multiculturalists, Hypocrites and Jewish subversives.
Nigel Farage thankfully went on the offensive against the Labour party for its Judeo-Christian inspired, fanatically "anti-English" views, in relation to political power and the constitutional layout of the UK that is inherently anti-English.
Farage went on the offensive against the "anti-English" Labour party just hours after Mark Reckless became UKIP's 2nd elected MP through dominating the Rochester and Strood by-election with a majority of almost 3,000 votes to reinforce UKIP's position as a Parliamentary political party and after Labour's Andy Burnham made outrageous attacks against UKIP's 1st MP, Douglas Carswell on BBC Question time.
Nigel Farage then continued his positive and ruthless post-victory onslaught against Labour by going on BBC Radio 4's Today programme to make more attacks against the Jewish Ed Miliband, who's father was outspoken in his Jewish Supremacist hatred for both Gentiles and especially us English folk.
Ed Miliband supports the EU as he is a true Jewish Supremacist follower of the Kalergi Plan genocidal anti-English fanaticism which aims to artificially force the destruction of England, us English folk and all unique and individual European peoples through mass-immigration.
“Well, I doubt they [Labour] can make these inroads under this leader.”
"I mean Labour has increasingly become anti-English over time, happy to pander in every way to Scotland, but somehow this Labour Party or new Labour believes that any sense of English identity is disreputable and wrong,"
Nigel Farage is tactically seeking to undermine Ed Miliband's own internal Labour party support to weaken the cohesion of the Labour party from within by targeting Ed Miliband directly, which also puts him on the same political sparing-level with the failing Jewish subversive leader of the Labour party, who over the past month has faced rumours of an internal party leadership challenge.
The mixed Asian/Semitic Labour candidate, Naushabah Khan, is the true face of the anti-English racial defilement and non-European ethnic minority obsessed mentality of the Labour party.
This non-European Labour candidate failed pathetically in the Rochester and Strood by-election, coming third with a pathetic 6,713 votes out of a total of 40,113 votes cast, having failed to appeal to the vast majority of English folk and rightly so, compared to Mark Reckess who gained 16, 887 votes on a 50.67% electoral turnout.
If you vote UKIP you get UKIP
If you vote UKIP you get a relatively pro-English MP, even if they are not racially aware, they are a thousand times better than allowing the overtly racially anti-English Labour party or complicit Conservative party control your local area and your voice in Parliament.