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SHOCKING: MEP Candidate Fox Says NO To Banning Child Porn

BREXIT PARTY CANDIDATE CLAIRE FOX HAS STATED THAT SHE BELIEVES CHILD ABUSE IMAGES SHOULD NOT BE REMOVED FROM THE INTERNET, AND STANDS BY HER PREVIOUS GARY GLITTER COMMENTS.

IN A recent radio interview, the MEP candidate standing against Tommy Robinson in the impending 2019 Euro Elections stated that child abuse images should NOT be removed from the internet, not once but three times, and said that “most child porn is not child porn because it’s simulated”.

Speaking about censorship online, Fox was asked “So, you believe that there should be no censorship on the internet, and that includes child porn?”, to which the MEP candidate replied:

“I actually don’t think we should ban Jihadi videos, because I don’t think that is what causes, for example, the issue of Islamist violence.”

“But you must surely want to ban child porn videos?” The interviewer pressed her. “Because by not banning them, they can be made, and that encourages them?”

“I think that child porn videos themselves are illegal” Fox began to explain her stance, “but actually most child porn is not child porn because it’s simulated.”

Claire Fox in her younger years.

“What I’m trying to say is, and I’m really not defensive about this, is that it’s important to not constantly be threatened and terrorized into backing-off from a free speech position because vile people use and abuse that speech to say or do horrible things.”

Claire Fox, a controversial politician renowned for her extreme left-wing beliefs, joined the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP) as a student at the University of Warwick. For the next twenty years, she was one of the RCP’s core activists and organisers, going on to became co-publisher of its magazine Living Marxism, which closed in 2000 after it falsely accused ITN of faking evidence of the Bosnian genocide.

Fox stayed with her ex-RCP members when the group transformed itself in the early 2000s into a network around the web magazine Spiked Online and the Institute of Ideas, both based in the former RCP offices.

Fox is contesting the 2019 Euro Elections for The Brexit Party.

Previously accused in the mainstream media of calling for the ‘protection of Gary Glitter’s right to download child porn’, the life-long communist who once openly supported the IRA and opposed the Good Friday peace deal, now styles herself as a libertarian and is a panellist on BBC Radio 4’s Moral Maze programme.

Claire Fox’s candidacy was announced on 23 April 2019, with her selection being condemned by the father of murdered schoolboy Tim Parry due to her past comments in defense of the 1993 IRA Warrington bomb attacks, which had killed his son, within the North West England constituency. Another candidate for the Brexit Party, Sally Bate, resigned, citing Fox’s “ambiguous position” in relation to IRA violence.

With these latest vile comments now coming to the surface, we predict that more resignations are sure to follow.

 

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