There is no reason in the world we should be keeping jihadi wannabes within our own civil societies. Let them go to the meat grinders of the Middle east and good riddance, and most importantly, never to come back!
‘Let them bloody well go’: Ukip candidate says British teenagers who want to join ISIS should be given FREE flights
- Keith Fraser is standing for Ukip in Hackney North and Stoke Newington
- He said money should not be spent stopping fanatic fighting with ISIS
- The Ukip candidate said the Government should ‘let them bloody well go’
Keith Fraser, who is standing in Hackney North and Stoke Newington, said British teenagers who want to join ISIS should be given free seats on flights
British teenagers who want to join ISIS should be given free seats on flights to Iraq and Syria, a Ukip candidate has said.
Keith Fraser, who is standing in Hackney North and Stoke Newington, said money should be spent on chartering planes rather than trying to stop them fighting with extremists.
Around 600 Britons are believed to have fled to Syria including a group of three schoolgirls from east London.
Mr Fraser said: ‘We have many young people wanting to join up with their “brothers” in IS. Let them bloody well go.
‘Why are we concerned in wasting our time and resources in assuring these people don’t go to join?
‘Instead let’s find out who wants to go and we can then spend public money in chartering our own planes to take them there. We don’t need these traitors in our beloved country.
‘They can hand over their British passports on the way out and say don’t ever try and come back.’
The Ukip candidate, who currently works as a chartered surveyor, said that the extremists ‘have one aim to convert or murder all “non-believers”.’
He added: ‘They don’t like our freedom, want to destroy our way of life and will not rest until they fly their flag over our shores.’
Mr Fraser’s comments came as Nigel Farage revealed the party’s pledge card, which includes saying no to the EU, controlling the country’s borders, an extra £3 billion for the NHS, cuts in foreign aid spending and no tax on the minimum wage.
At the launch in Westminster, the Ukip leader said it is now ‘a party of what modern Britain is’.