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The Left really are vile lawless people

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Ukip leader Nigel Farage was in Scotland yesterday campaigning in the Holyrood Aberdeen Donside by-election.

Whilst there he held a press conference in the Canons’ Gait pub (where else?) on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, near the Scottish Parliament.

Word got around Mr Farage was in town and the vile hard-Left descended on the pub, where the Ukip leader was luckily surrounded by journalists and camera crews. The Left barged in and started to verbally threaten and barrack Mr Farage, with all the sophistication of a wild pack of animals trying to catch and devour their prey.

Things got very ugly and later the Ukip leader needed to be given safe passage away from the pub by the Police.

This is how the Left “debate”. Whereas the British Right (i.e. Ukip and the Conservatives) debate sensibly and politely the Left turn into savage beasts to express their point. Charming…

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Author: gavinmaclure

IT professional; political blogger, former Conservative councillor

One thought on “The Left really are vile lawless people

  1. There is, as Andrew Neil pointed out, more than a little irony (sadly lost on the Scot Nats and other assorted Socialist nutters) in chanting “Go back to England you racist” at someone…

    An appalling scene for anyone to be subjected to. However one does rather wonder what would happen to a Tory walking in the same area. Scotland isn’t exactly the most fertile ground for those on the right of politics, even though it should be.

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