Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has told a party meeting that anyone who hasn’t died for their country is a ‘disgusting traitor’. 
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has told a party meeting that anyone who hasn’t died for their country is a ‘disgusting traitor’. He made this remark during a speech to a UKIP party meeting in Northampton. 
 
A local journalist who was present told The Spark that Farage looked over the assembled crowd before stating that ‘I think some of you might be alive’ which in his opinion was ‘a bloody disgrace’. He went on to add that anyone above the age of twelve who hasn’t died for their country is ‘essentially a traitor’ who ‘probably supports the terrorists’. 
 
Farage added that he had personally died for his ‘Queen and country’ at least six times, and that the failure of the rest of the British population to do likewise was unacceptable. 
 
Martin Walters, a 64-year old UKIP member who was present at the speech, told The Spark that Farage is ‘absolutely right’. He explained that he’d had enough of the ‘politically correct’ view that people should stay alive, adding ‘I don’t know what’s wrong with the youth of today’. 
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