After a campaign scarred by bigotry, it’s become OK to be racist in Britain
Brexit has given voice to racism – and too many are complicit
Could it be that votes from thugs, racists and bigots accounted for the Brexit majority?
It’s bad enough when violent football hooligans bring shame to the UK, but when they are able influence a nation’s future is beyond comprehension.
Parliamentary elections filter out the voices of such mindless yobs because they can only vote for accountable politicians, whereas referendums enable them to directly influence the outcome most suited to their degenerate motivations.
It’s ironic that the term “vermin”, which is used to describe people perceived as despicable and as causing problems for the rest of society, is being abused by the heedless headless hatemongers it properly describes.
Racial abuse is on the rise in post-Brexit Britain, a Conservative British MP said as police confirmed they were investigating several racially motivated crimes.
Anti-immigrant leaflets saying “Leave the EU – no more Polish vermin” were put on cars near a school, the day after the country voted to leave the EU.
On Sunday, the Polish Social and Cultural Association in Hammersmith, west London, was vandalised with a racist slogan.