Iain Duncan Smith and his Links to Fascism – The Reality in Pics (Satirical)

Ian Duncan Smith pic

Earlier today I reblogged Tom Pride’s article on IDS’ historic links to the Far Right. Like in 1995 he went on a trip with other Tory MPs to meet the French Front National, including their deputy Fuhrer, Bruno Gollnisch. The vice president of the campaign in Wales to have him elected as leader of the Tories was Edgar Griffin, Nick Griffin’s father. Which makes this pic from the Facebook page, Britain Furst, spoofing the Nazi splinter group, Britain First, also a suitable comment on IDS.

Griffin Crush pic

He was also involved with the pro-Apartheid Swinton Circle within the Tories, which was led by Alan Harvey, a former member of the NF. He was also endorsed by Bill Binding, the former deputy head of the English branch of the KKK. Which makes this photograph, from Britian First, also spoofing Britain First, an appropriate description of his attitudes.

Britian Klan Burka

In fairness, he hasn’t said anything about Islam or the burka. On the other hand, he is supported by the kind of people, who used to dress up in white sheets, burn crosses and look so daft that dogs probably do laugh at them.

And this photo, also from Britain Furst’s facebook page, exactly describes his attitude to the disabled:

Britain Furst Crutch Scrounger

He seems to feel that he’s some kind of political titan, and has compared his welfare reforms to William Wilberforce’s abolition of slavery. Sorry, Iain, but you’re more like this bloke:

Lord Haw Haw pic

That’s William Joyce, ‘Lord Haw Haw’, speaking at one of Oswald Mosley’s rallies for the British Union of Fascists. Joyce got his nickname for his sneering tone in his propaganda broadcasts from Nazi Germany, just as IDS sneers at the poor, the unemployed and disabled.

IDS undoubtedly feels he deserves his place in parliament, and as the occupier of a farm in Scotland. The place below is, I feel, a more suitable location for RTU given his murderous policies and his links to international Nazism:

Fascist Internment pic

It’s an internment camp for Fascists in an unnamed northern town during the Second World War.

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One Response to “Iain Duncan Smith and his Links to Fascism – The Reality in Pics (Satirical)”

  1. sdbast Says:

    Reblogged this on sdbast.

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