Voters in North East Somerset: Ask Jacob Rees-Mogg about ‘Traditional Britain’

The Beast has presented some more information to add to the lengthening list of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s crimes against common people.

150331rees-moggIn his latest article, he states: “The extremity of his [Rees-Mogg’s] right-wing views are shown by his membership of the Traditional Britain group. This is another bunch of rightists, who stand for the restoration of the traditional feudal hierarchy, the absolute destruction of the welfare state and the privatisation of the NHS, and absolutely no immigrants. And particularly not Muslims. They were last seen a few years ago on the fringes of UKIP’s annual conference. You also see them posting on the anti-Islam, ‘counter-jihadist’ site.”

So there you have it. He seems like a prime candidate for defection to UKIP, alongside Carswell and the Reckless one.

If you live in North East Somerset then, next time you spot Jacob Rees-Mogg, why not go up and ask him about his membership of Traditional Britain, and its aim to destroy the fabric of the nation as it has been built up since World War II?

Put him on the spot and he’ll tell you – all by himself – why he shouldn’t be your MP.

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4 thoughts on “Voters in North East Somerset: Ask Jacob Rees-Mogg about ‘Traditional Britain’

  1. beastrabban

    Thanks, Mike. But looking at the photo, I have one question: is young Rees-Mogg thinking of becoming a Minister for Silly Walks?

  2. Chris Kitcher

    In any other walk of life this idiot would be sectioned an committed to a mental health institution. Why have we let our democracy sink to the level that gives such a fool a platform to expand his stupid ideology?

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