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A Brylcream Bigot

Nigel Farage’s communications man, “political poet” Dan Jukes, sinks to a new low in the wake of the attack on innocence in Manchester; this beer swilling bigot should henceforth be ignored

 

In the aftermath of the appalling terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday night, Nigel Farage’s communications man, Dan Jukes, did not unite with those sharing grief. Instead, this bombastic “political poet” – one half of a duo previously known as the ‘Brylcream Boys’ – spent the next hours telling his 5,088 Twitterfollowers to “get angry, get mad” and “#sigh[ed]” of the Eiffel Tower going dark in solidarity with victims.

 

Jukes, a man plainly lacking in any form of nuance of appropriateness, also shared a tweet that announced: “There’s no such thing as Islamophobia. It’s a word designed by Muslim Brotherhood [sic] to shut down debate” and another that read: “That’s enough hashtags and vigils. What we need now is public anger”. As well as retweeting wild and as of yet unproven suggestions that the date of the atrocity was linked to the fourth anniversary of the murder of Lee Rigby, Jukes also termed a missive by the respected human rights barrister Adam Wagner “dog shit” and then remarked: “Don’t trust this pair any further than I can throw them to sort out terrorism” alongside of an image of Theresa May and Amber Rudd.

 

Jukes’ inane ramblings did not stop there. He continued by repeating unconfirmed information about the Manchester suicide bomber having allegedly been heard “chanting Islamic prayers loudly in the street outside his home in the week leading up [to the attack]” and then concluded: “Parents of terrorist escaped Libya and came to Britain as refugees. This is how that family repay us… Change needed… This is war”.

 

At a time when tolerance between communities is especially essential, there’s only one thing worth doing with Dan Jukes: Let’s unite in turning off this pint-swilling little horror’s volume switch.

 

#Manchester

 

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8 comments on “A Brylcream Bigot”

  1. No Andy!!!!!!!!!!! You sick f***er ——– Dan Jukes is SPEAKING FOR THE NATION, you tin can tosspot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We need to wipe out the dirty invaders that are killing kids!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Britain needs to WAKE UP AND SMELL THE NEW ERA COFFEEE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Teresa May is trying to MAKE GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and all Danny Boy is doing is sharing the TRUTH about Muslim fantatic murdering bastards!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Andy ——- You should be locked up!!!!!!!!!!!!! T**t!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We need to ban these evils!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You need to supporting MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Well said Danny Boy, well said Danny Boy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I’ve been away a few days on a coach tour of historic sites and now I come back to see this. It only reconfirms why I will be apologising on 8 June for my mistake over Brexit and backing the Liberal Democrats in Westminster. Dan Jukes reminds me of Oswald Moseley — and if I recall there was a Mancunian connection there too.

  3. Nigel Farage is still paid by the public sector as an MEP. His staff, whether employed in a personal or public context, should remember that. Farage MUST fire Dan Jukes for his disgusting remarks.

  4. I’m sure Dan will endorse this quote.

    “It may well be that we will have to repent in this generation. Not merely for the vitriolic words and the violent actions of the bad people, but for the appalling silence and indifference of the good people who sit around and say, “Wait”.

    Martin Luther King Jr., A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Speeches

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