BNP MEP Andrew Brons has contradicted himself over the existence of al Qaida, in turn saying they are “terrorists” and then saying “there is considerable doubt”
BNP MEP Andrew Brons has contradicted himself over the existence of al Qaida. In the space of one blog post, he calls them “terrorists who have already committed terrorist acts” before saying “there is considerable doubt” they even exist.
The far-Right fantasist wrote:
“Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaida are terrorists who have already committed terrorist acts and intend to commit more in the future …
“Returning to Al Qaida, for a moment, there is considerable doubt about its existence as an organisational entity as distinct from an ideological one.”
Brons, described by the Guardian as “the genteel face of neo-fascism”, has a long history of Hitler-worship, homophobia and violent anti-Semitism and racism.
He edited the National Front’s 1983 manifesto, writing:
“We believe the gradual dismantlement of the Apartheid system over the last 17 years to be retrograde … The alternative to Apartheid, multiracialism, envisages an extinction of the White man.”
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