UKIP candidate in bizarre call for Barack Obama to be kidnapped – Pride’s Purge

Barack Obama delivers his verdict on the UK Independence Party.
Barack Obama delivers his verdict on the UK Independence Party.

It’s a while since we’ve heard any nonsense from UKIP. Here’s Tom Pride:

No really, I kid you not.

A UKIP parliamentary candidate has called for US President Barack Obama to be kidnapped:

UKIP Would Be MP Calls For The Kidnapping Of President Obama

Oh Britain – you had your fun at the European elections.

Now please tell me you’re not really thinking of voting any of these cranks into office.

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3 Thoughts to “UKIP candidate in bizarre call for Barack Obama to be kidnapped – Pride’s Purge”

  1. Has it been a while since we had nonsense from UKIP?

    If it has, it’s only because they’ve lost so many people in the last couple of months that they are running out of activists and candidates to make stupid remarks for them.

  2. Stephen Bee

    Will he be charged with terrorism or incitement perhaps?

  3. Thomas

    He could end up in a US federal prison for saying that sort of thing or at least be banned from going to the USA.

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