British MPs Cry After Donald Trump Retweets Britain First

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
November 30, 2017

The British parliament is filled with some of the most obnoxious women and faggots anywhere on the planet. They’re crying and whining after Donald Trump retweeted a series of posts from Jayda Fransen of the British civic nationalist group Britain First.


MPs have attacked Donald Trump’s retweeting of far-right posts, accusing him of fuelling hate and calling for a planned state visit to be cancelled.

One Tory MP said the world would be “a better place” if Prime Minister Theresa May could persuade the US president to delete his Twitter account.

Home Secretary Amber Rudd said she hoped Mrs May’s criticism “would have some impact on the president”.

But she rejected calls for his state visit to be called off.

Here’s a few video clips showing some of the statements made by these cuckold morons.

But what exactly about the content is promoting hate? The tweets simply show Moslems acting like savages. The tweets expose the hate of hateful Moslems. It is the exact opposite of what they’re claiming.

Here are the Tweets he retweeted, in case you haven’t seen them.

How is it that these are the descendants of the men who built a global empire? It’s utterly sickening to see what’s going on in the British parliament these days. They’ve relinquished their entire empire to savages and now they’re in the process of giving up their home country. All in the name of tolerance, diversity and whatever else.

London looks more like Islamabad than a Western city. Then of course there’s the issue of Moslems running people over with cars and blowing people up. This type of terrorist attack has happened multiple times in the United Kingdom just this year alone.

Trump has managed to throw the entire British political establishment into an upheaval over three retweets. He’s made them all look like the fools that they are. They’re literally more concerned about hurting the feelings of Moslems than Moslems blowing them up.


UK Prime Minister Theresa May delivered a rare public admonishment to US President Donald Trump on Thursday, declaring that he was “wrong” to share anti-Muslim videos posted online by a “hateful” British far-right group.

May, facing intense pressure to cancel a planned state visit by Trump, was forced to address the controversy in person after the President criticized her on Twitter. But she insisted the US-UK relationship would survive the storm, and suggested the visit by Trump would go ahead.

As the extraordinary diplomatic clash stretched into a second day, the British ambassador to the US revealed he had expressed concerns to the White House about the affair. Trump also faced an unprecedented barrage of criticism in UK Parliament, where MPs variously called him “racist,” “fascist” and “evil.”

Asked about Trump’s actions on a visit to Amman, Jordan, May said: “I’m very clear that retweeting from Britain First was the wrong thing to do. Britain First is a hateful organization. It seeks to spread mistrust and division in our communities. It stands against common British decency,” she said.

What about the things that are happening in the videos he retweeted, Theresa?

Does throwing a person off a roof, smashing a statue of the Virgin or beating up a cripple represent “common British decency,” you goose-faced slut?

“Pointing to the behavior of these precious people who are destroying our civilization and slaughtering us like pigs is the worst imaginable thing anyone can do to us, and we might have to end our relationship with you because you did that.”

It is like satire.

Andrew Anglin contributed to this report.