The Deputy Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) has demanded that all civilised nations around the world need to pull together to fight the growing “cancer” of Islamic radicalism and terroism, calling it a “greater threat than Nazi Germany ever was” on the Breitbart News Daily radio programme on Sirius XM 125 Patriot this morning.
Speaking with host and Breitbart News Network’s Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon, Mr. Nuttall said: “I have a 5 year old son, and I worry that the century into which we’re heading now is going to be a violent century and the greatest threat to the globe isn’t going to be Russia, it’s going to be Islamic fundamentalism.
“If we’re going to cut this cancer out of our world we’re ALL going to have to come together – that includes ourselves, the Russians, the States, the Chinese, the Indians, and indeed some of the Muslim states as well because this is a threat – a greater threat actually, I think, than Nazi Germany ever was to the globe.
“This is probably the greatest threat humankind has ever faced because these people are willing to die on behalf of their cause. They’re willing to give their own lives in the name of Mohammed and Allah, and we as a globe must come together and we must say ‘enough is enough’ and we must cut this cancer out and it must be done now.
Mr. Nuttall gave the example of Sir Winston Churchill and President Roosevelt being grown up enough to join with Joseph Stalin to defeat Adolf Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
He added that he was sceptical of British Prime Minister David Cameron’s plans to support anti-Assad forces in Syria.
“I want to see a plan, I want to see what a post-ISIS Syria will look like… will we be handing over the keys of power to the Turkish-sponsored rebels… including the Al Nusra front, an Al Qaeda affiliate… [and groups] who are sponsored by the Muslim Brotherhood. Now let me just read to you the Muslim Brotherhood’s motto: ‘Allah is our objective, the prophet is our leader, the Quran is our law, jihad is our way, dying in the way of Allah is our highest hope’.
“Now should we really be supporting people whose motto is this? I don’t believe we should”.
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