British homophobe ‘donkeyphobe’ running for UKIP leadership

This video from Britain says about itself:

Ukip hopeful John Rees-Evans on the ‘gay donkey’ who tried to ‘rape’ his horse

24 October 2016

After a Polish right-wing politicians attacked a ‘gay’ elephant and the fictional bear Winnie the Pooh, now a British right-wing politician attacking a ‘gay’ donkey.

By Conrad Landin in Britain:

Ukip politician who claimed gay donkey raped his horse stands for leader

Tuesday 25th October 2016

A UKIP politician who once claimed that “a homosexual donkey raped my horse” announced his intention to seek his party’s leadership yesterday.

John Rees-Evans said he was standing for the top job because “significant changes to the culture of politics in Britain are long overdue.”

But the former parliamentary candidate immediately faced questions about embarrassing comments exclusively exposed by the Morning Star in December 2014.

Then standing in the Welsh valley seat of Cardiff South and Penarth, Mr Rees-Evans was one of a clutch of Ukip activists who confronted anti-racist protesters outside the party’s Merthyr Tydfil offices.

He was asked to explain comments made by other Ukip activists, including former Ukip branch chair Julia Gasper’s remark that “some homosexuals prefer sex with animals.”

Mr Rees-Evans responded: “Actually I’ve witnessed that … a homosexual donkey raped my horse.

“I was personally quite amazed, I’ve got a horse, it was in the fields … a donkey came up which is male and, I’m afraid, tried to rape my horse.”

When contacted by the Star at the time, Mr Rees-Evans defended the remarks …

But he appeared to be frustrated when he was quizzed about the incident on BBC2’s Daily Politics programme yesterday.

“It was a bit of playful banter with a mischievous activist,” he said. “I’m sorry if I offended anyone in doing that.

“I concede it was a mistake to be playful with an activist in a street. The fact is I’m not a politician. The guy was just asking me questions in the street. It was an error of judgement.”

Mr Rees-Evans, an ex-soldier who migrated to Bulgaria but says he moved back to Wales before last year’s general election, also disputed reports he carried a handgun in Ikea to fend off terrorists.

A Vice News article also reported that his planned “fortress” in the country would incorporate a church, a leisure complex, an underground bunker, a firing range, and a panic room and a watchtower.

His opponents in the race include MEP Suzanne Evans, deputy leader Paul Nuttall and “alt-right” activist Raheem Kassam.

Earlier this year, Mr Kassam tweeted: “Can someone just like … tape Nicola Sturgeon’s mouth shut? And her legs, so she can’t reproduce. Thanks.”

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  4. Tuesday 29th November 2016

    posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain

    Far-right MEP aims to be ‘voice of patriotic Britain’

    A UKIP MEP in favour of abolishing the NHS won the far-right party’s leadership contest yesterday.

    Paul Nuttall — who represents North West England — succeeded interim leader Nigel Farage, picking up 62 per cent of the Kippers’ votes to beat former deputy-chairwoman Suzanne Evans and ex-soldier John Rees-Evans.

    As well as backing the privatisation of the NHS — he called the service a “monolithic hangover from days gone by” — he has called for a referendum for bringing back the death penalty and a repeal of the hunting ban.

    Mr Nuttall, who was born on Merseyside, has claimed that he is well placed to snatch northern working-class voters from Labour to further his vision of making Ukip the “voice of patriotic Britain.”

    Labour’s national campaign co-ordinator Jon Trickett said: “You only need to know one thing about Ukip’s new leader: he wants privatisation in the NHS.

    “He has welcomed privatisation in arguing that the ‘very existence of the NHS stifles competition.’

    “By electing him as leader, Ukip have sent a clear message that they pose a threat to our NHS.

    “It is clear that we cannot trust Ukip and Mr Nuttall with the NHS. A vote for them is a vote against the health service as we know it.”

    The leadership election was the second one in the space of a few months — previous winner Diane James decided to step down after just 18 days. It was revealed that she felt forced to accept the position. The Latin for “under duress” were found next to her signature on official documents she had to fill in to take up leadership.

    Amid the chaos of finding a replacement for Mr Farage — who is now trying to interpose himself as the middle-man between the US and Britain by schmoozing with president-elect Donald Trump — Mr Nuttall has vowed to unite Ukip and “hold the government’s feet to the fire” over the delivery of Brexit.

    He singled out Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as competition, claiming that the latter was less interested than him in topics such as immigration and social mobility of working-class voters.

    Mr Nuttall, whose party only has one MP, said: “I want to replace the Labour Party and make Ukip the voice of patriotic Britain.”

    Mr Farage has declared that he will serve out his term until 2019 in the European Parliament.


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