I have just read the speech of Geert Wilders in London the other day.
The important part is this part ;
Ladies and gentlemen, I believe in another policy, it is time for change. We must make haste. We can’t wait any longer. Time is running out. If I may quote one of my favourite American presidents: Ronald Reagan once said: “We need to act today, to preserve tomorrow”. That is why I propose the following measures, I only mention a few, in order to preserve our freedom:
" First, we will have to defend freedom of speech. It is the most important of our liberties. In Europe and certainly in the Netherlands, we need something like the American First Amendment.
Second, we will have to end and get rid of cultural relativism. To the cultural relativists, the shariah socialists, I proudly say: Our Western culture is far superior to the Islamic culture. Don't be affraid to say it. You are not a racist when you say that our own culture is better.
Third, we will have to stop mass immigration from Islamic countries. Because more Islam means less freedom.
Fourth, we will have to expel criminal immigrants and, following denaturalisation, we will have to expel criminals with a dual nationality. And there are many of them in my country.
Fifth, we will have to forbid the construction of new mosques. There is enough Islam in Europe. Especially since Christians in Turkey, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan and Indonesia are mistreated, there should be a mosque building-stop in the West.
And last but not least, we will have to get rid of all those so-called leaders. I said it before: Fewer Chamberlains, more Churchills. Let's elect real leaders. "
Here is the UKIP challenge ;
If the BNP had said any of the above points as stated by Geert Wilders then UKIP would have called us racists.
The Compulsory Repatriation of criminal immigrants and dual nationality immigrants who commit crimes is, and always has been, BNP policy.
Yet UKIP call us racists for having that as our policy.
So then UKIP -
1) is Geert Wilders a racist for having the same policies as the BNP ?
2) Why do UKIP call the BNP 'racists' but bring in Geert Wilders to demand what are BNP policies ?
3) If the BNP and Geert Wilders are racists for having the same policies - then arent UKIP also 'racists' for bringing in Geert Wilders in order for him to peddle his racist policies in the UK ?
4) If Geert Wilders isnt a racist, then the BNP are also not racists - isnt that correct ?
Lord Pearson and UKIP though they were clever to bring in Geert Wilders into the UK - but what Geert Wilders has said can now be used to attack UKIP itself, for UKIP cannot call the BNP racists and Geert Wilders not a racist when both the BNP and Geert Wilders espouse the exact same policies.
Unlike Geert Wilders the BNP have never said the Koran should be banned - just Islamists executed or deported and free speech imposed to allow anyone to criticise Islam and Muslims.
So who is the real extremist and racist ?
Over to you UKIP.