As the Islamic terror attacks, crucifixions, beheadings, burnings, et. al. continue, look for a continued rise in anti-Islamic politicians in the west. There is already talk of Marine le Pen becoming president of France in 2017; Geert Wilders of the Netherlands has been sounding alarm bells for over a decade. While not quite as prominent a figure, British politician Paul Weston of the LibertyGB Party continues to gain support among the British people.
At a recent demonstration put on by the English Defence League (EDL), Weston once again didn’t mince words while being critical of Islam and calling his country’s leaders and media ‘traitors’ (h/t BNI).
Another, more prominent politician in the U.K. is Nigel Farage, head of the United Kingdom Freedom Party (UKIP). His move toward taking an anti-Islamic posture in his country has been aided by the pull from the likes of Wilders, le Penn and Weston.