Shock as UKIP member’s Facebook page fails to mention any Jewish conspiracies


There has been widespread shock throughout Britain after a member of UKIP used his Facebook account to share pictures with his friends and indulge in general chit-chat.

Amongst the posts on Chris Nosworthy’s Facebook page were details of an afternoon stroll through the park, a happy birthday message to a man called Nigel and a YouTube video of a dog walking on its back legs.

Closer inspection also revealed that he hadn’t ‘Liked’ any far-right hate groups or made any racist, anti-semitic, homophobic or islamophobic comments.

Mr Nosworthy defended the contents of his Facebook page and strongly refuted claims the he is ‘non-racist’.

“My friends, family and the people who know me will tell you I’m a total racist,” he insisted.

“I used to play in a local 5-a-side football team, but I quit after a fella called Mohammed turned up for training.

“I’m also pretty sure that dinosaurs were wiped out by Jews,” he added.

UKIP Facebook page

A UKIP spokesperson revealed that a full investigation would be carried out and action would be taken “if necessary”.

“It might just be that Chris has been a bit naïve and made an error of judgement.

“We also shouldn’t rule out the possibility that his account was hacked by leftist flag-burning gays from the BBC.

“He’s already been for a precautionary AIDS test.”

via Shock as UKIP member’s Facebook page fails to mention any Jewish conspiracies.

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