ITV’s ‘Exposure’: An Anti-British Hit-Job
On Thursday night, the ITV broadcast a documentary about Britain’s “far-right” movement. By ‘far-right’, what they actually mean is those who are brave enough to speak out against Islamic extremism. What they mean by ‘far-right’, is that those who dare speak out about the issues facing Britain, who will stand up and represent the silent majority.
This documentary was nothing more than a character assassination of figures such as Anne Marie Waters, Tommy Robinson and European figures such as Le Pen and Geert Wilders. Its attempt to destroy and undermine the efforts to maintain national sovereignty and security will backfire.
Ultimately, the ITV has exposed themselves as an anti-British media establishment, and the public will see past this attempt to obliterate the messages of groups that only seek to promote Britain and celebrate our history and culture.
The ‘documentary’ discusses Anne Marie Waters position on Islam, which is only inflammatory to those on the left who haven’t recognised the issue of Islamic extremism and terrorism. They further demonise characters such as Tommy Robinson and Jack Buckby, who will lose no sleep over the ITV’s pathetic attempts to discredit them.
Commentary from Nick Lowles, Hope Not Hate founder and NUS ‘no platform’ speaker provided further evidence that the documentary was nothing more than a nasty smear against sensible politics. It proves that the left wing are scrapping the bottom of the barrel for political commentary against the right.
The media distortion at play during the documentary plays into the hands of potential terrorists, who ultimately seek to do harm to our way of life. British people are entitled to be angry about what is going on in this country, they are entitled to be angry that their way of life is being attacked by extremists, and the mainstream media refuse to acknowledge the legitimate concerns of the majority of the public. The ITV also compared adults participating in military training for potential attacks to actual terrorists, in a bizarre twist.
Overall, we have a lot to thank the ITV for, after all, we have probably gained more members during that documentary than we have in an entire year.