Recently, ministers of the Rightist government in Japan posed for photos with the fuehrer of Japan’s nazi party, everyone smiling.
Still more recently, something similar happened in England, with the violent ‘Britain First’ nazis.
From daily The Independent in Britain:
Britain First said it had support from Ukip activists over ‘similar policies’
Britain First had posted the picture, taken on Saturday in Rochester where both groups are campaigning for the upcoming by-election, on its website.
It showed three Ukip campaigners, wearing party T-shirts and rosettes, smiling with their arms around Britain First’s Parliamentary candidate Jayda Fransen.
“The day was marked by the great and friendly reception we received from the Ukip activists,” Britain First’s report of the day said.
Ms Fransen, the deputy leader of Britain First known for her role in its so-called “mosque invasions”, said Nigel Farage’s followers had “expressed support” and asked for the picture.
But Ukip rejected any similarities with the far-right group and claimed its campaigners had been duped. …
Comments on Britain First’s Facebook page showed how close the group’s followers consider their values and Ukip’s.
One supporter wrote: “Both parties have the same goals and at times like this you need unity not division.”
“Oh a coalition maybe? I’ll vote for that,” another added.
On the day the photo was taken, a video of Britain First’s activities in Rotherham showed candidate Ms Fransen being escorted out of the Conservative campaigning office and confronting a group of worshippers outside a mosque.
Claiming she “spoke for the British people”, she said the town would “suffer” if a proposed new mosque was built. …
The Gillingham Mosque, in Canterbury Street, is run by the Kent Muslim Welfare Association, which is a registered charity listing aims including “serving the wider host community and strengthening community cohesion”.
It also has a youth wing called KMWA Youth, which works to “create a healthy, well-balanced community” and promote religious tolerance.
Ex-Britain First member visits mosque to apologise: here.
Why the Queen’s policemen are investigating Britain First: here.
With Ukip fuelling xenophobia in Britain we’d do well to remember that it was not just British servicemen and women who died fighting the nation’s wars, writes JOHN WIGH: here.
Britain First, the far-right political party responsible for vigilante “invasions” of mosques and a campaign against the “Islamification” of Britain, has told its supporters to help deliver “major Ukip gains” at the general election. Letters and leaflets currently being distributed by Britain First, a group formed by former British National Party members, effectively endorse Nigel Farage’s party: here.
Britain First use picture of Lee Rigby against the family’s wishes. The Electoral Commission apologised in 2014 after Britain First used images of Fusilier Rigby on their voting slips: here.