June 6, 2017
He’s not calling for the camps.
He’s just saying that, you know, the people themselves might start calling for the camps (perhaps after having had it suggested to them by some prominent political figure…)
People in Britain may start to call for terrorist suspects to be put into internment camps if something is not done to prevent further attacks after three major incidents in three months, former UKIP leader Nigel Farage says.
In a debate on the right-wing Murdoch-owned Fox News, Farage discussed the idea of suspects being rounded up and detained without trial. Internment has rarely been used in the UK.
It was last used during the Troubles, in which hundreds of Irish people suspected of being involved with the Irish Republican Army (IRA) in the 1970s were rounded up.
“If there is not action, then the calls for internment will grow,” Farage said.
“We have over 3,000 people on a sort of known terrorist list, and we’re watching and monitoring their activities, but a further 20,000 people who are persons of interest, mainly they’re linked in some way to extremist organizations.
“Unless we see the government getting tough, you will see public calls for those 3,000 to be arrested,” he said.
“I’m not sure that is the right approach because the big danger with that is we might alienate decent fair-minded Muslims in Britain,” Farage went on to say.
I think Nigel is hiding his power level here. I don’t think he really cares about “fair-minded Muslims.” He has done a lot, a lot, a lot of cucking.
But I do think it was a ruse.
He is obviously seeding the idea of mass round-ups of Moslems, and locking them in camps.
That is… pretty darned hardcore, tbh.
After he said this on Fox and Friends, they had to come out and denounce him later on in the show.
Fox presenter Clayton Morris was quick to condemn the call for detention without trial.
“Earlier on the show, we had a couple of guests mention the word internment, the idea of internment camps, as a possible solution to this,” he said.
“I think I made it well-known my feeling on that, which I find reprehensible, but on behalf of the network, I think all of us here find that idea reprehensible here at Fox News Channel. Just to be clear.”
His co-host Pete Hegseth was also against the idea.
Nigel said the same thing on another Fox program, with Maria Bartiromo.
This actually could become a normie meme.
He is obviously trying to force meme it, by saying “some people are calling for this…” when it is actually just him suggesting it.
I mean, this is the guy that memed Brexit.
Maybe he can meme concentration camps for Moslems?
Great First Step
Concentration camps are the first step to ethnic cleansing. If you started rounding-up tens of thousands of Moslems and putting them in camps, hundreds of thousands of Moslems would flee the country.
You put a lot in camps, you deport a bunch, you restrict the rights of others… we have a roadmap for this already.
It can be done.
And it is absolutely the logical next step.
That is obvious to anyone at this point.
As I explained yesterday, the people doing these attacks, 90% of the time, are just regular “everyday Moslems” – they aren’t part of any “extremist network.” That was the case with the last three attacks in Britain, it’s been the case with virtually all of the attacks in the rest of Europe over the last two years, excluding Paris 2015 and Brussels 2016, which were the acts of genuine “networks.”
But more and more it is “lone wolf,” and there is absolutely no way to stop this.
Except camps, combined with deportations, with the creation of hassles, and a general state of fear for the invasive, terrorist minority group.
It’s not rocket science.
And Nigel is ready to spark this off.
Again – the guy did Brexit. All by himself.
I have said that the people have Britain and the rest of Western Europe have resigned themselves to Islamization. But the reason they’ve resigned themselves to this is that they don’t have leaders. If you’ve got a charismatic guy like Nigel going around talking about “well, some people are calling for mass round ups and concentration camps…” – then you’ve got a whole new situation.