Shenanigans.

What does any of this have to do with party policies, or don’t they matter any more?

It doesn’t even have anything to do with the personalities of the politicians involved, considering the text mentioned is by someone else.

Come on, people, let’s stop being victimised by propagandists and demand better.

So, there’s supposedly an outcry now in Stoke about ‘undue spiritual influence’ after an anonymous text was sent to some Muslim voters in Stoke Central saying they’d go to hell if they didn’t vote Labour.

Yeah, right.

In spite of everyone – even the Scum ‘newspaper’ acknowledging that the texts were anonymous– the blame has been pinned by right-wingers on a local Labour-supporting Muslim, Navid Hussain.

Because he wrote a political and entirely non-religious Facebook post saying people would be helping UKIP win if they voted LibDem.

Source: UKIP tries to fight back in Stoke. It’s both pitiful and typical | The SKWAWKBOX

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