UKIP candidate dropped after comments on ‘the plague of interracial marriage’ – Pride’s Purge




Tom Pride has uncovered another gem – UKIP have had to drop another election candidate – let’s repeat that – election candidate after he encouraged his supporters to share and ‘like’ a neo-Nazi article on the ‘plague of interracial marriage’.

Mark Walker had published a link to the offending article on his Facebook page; it was originally shared by Greek neo-Nazis, Golden Dawn.

According to Tom, “Walker refused to apologise and blamed the press for exposing his far-right racist views.”

As one Vox Political commenter put it: “It’s crazy. Surely the Parliamentary candidates should be the *outstanding* talents in their party, but they’re making, proportionally, even more foot-in-mouth blunders than the rest of UKIP.”

Read the story on Pride’s Purge, here.

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5 thoughts on “UKIP candidate dropped after comments on ‘the plague of interracial marriage’ – Pride’s Purge

  1. Guy Ropes

    Read about the Labour run school in Bristol which is indoctrinating it’s children regarding ‘racist parties’? I think it’s just retracted the allegation about UKIP and is about to issue an apology. If I were you I’d get onto them and get ’em to pull it. BTW Rotherham Labour Council has still not issued an apology after it removed two Roma children from foster parents. Only removed when Labour found that the foster parents were UKIP members. Where were the Labour voters who couldn’t find it in their hearts to foster Roma children. Why was the ‘Roma’ aspect not reported by British MSM? Labour: so spiteful it’s hurting immigrant children. Pah.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Do you mean Bridge Learning Campus? Bristol’s education authority is not Labour-run; the Mayor is Independent and chooses cabinet members from all four parties with more than one member on the council. If I were you, I’d check my facts before making wild allegations about the Labour Party!
      In any case – as you should well know – two wrongs don’t make a right and nothing you mention here can justify what the UKIP candidate in the article did.
      Clean your own house before you tell anybody else that theirs is dirty.

  2. Thomas M

    Well, at least he’s now ruined his chances of being an MP. We can’t let fascists into Parliament.

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