The Globe and Mail conducts an interview with UKIP’s Nigel Farage as if it can’t quite believe that a man who opposed wolves, still opposes wolves… even after wolves mauled an entire classroom full of children.
“Yes, but you still oppose wolves?”
“Even after all the children that the wolves ate?”
“Because wolves… children… classroom… ate.”
From the tone of the interview, you would think that a Muslim immigrant had just cured cancer, instead of two second-generation immigrants who converted to Islam hacking a British soldier to death in broad daylight.
Media Baffled that Anti-Immigration UK PartyÂ is Still Anti-Immigration Despite London Murder