I’m at Ukip conference, where of course you can buy Nigel Farage condoms.
“For when you have a hard Brexit”
£1 each or 4 for £2 from the Young Independence stall. pic.twitter.com/MRnsGjt41d
— Mikey Smith (@mikeysmith) September 21, 2018
Following the revelation, Labour MP David Lammy said:
It's usually the condom on the ?? not the other way round.https://t.co/PK8TI5QBNT
— David Lammy (@DavidLammy) September 21, 2018
Twitter users lined up to applaud the MP for Tottenham:
— Bashmore (@bashmore) September 21, 2018
— Festival Socialist?#GTTO #JC4PM (@festival_shaman) September 21, 2018
— Berlaymonster (@Berlaymonster) September 21, 2018
The weirdest stuff at the UKIP conference
Farage condoms are not the only troubling sight at the UKIP conference. The following looks remarkably like homophobic literature dressed up as ‘health concerns’:
Delighted to day I'm back at UKIP conference for another year pic.twitter.com/TrOc6qaW0w
— Dan Bloom (@danbloom1) September 21, 2018
And anyone thinking that would be right. The book tackles topics such as “why homosexuality is a public health issue”, and “the ‘born gay’ myth”.
It doesn’t get any more woke looking at UKIP’s policy agenda. Leader Gerard Batten has suggested Muslim-only prisons and security screenings, among other policies against what he calls the “death cult” of Islam.
Meanwhile, Twitter user TechnicallyRon mocked-up a UKIP conference schedule:
This year's UKIP conference schedule in full pic.twitter.com/4pmxsVdads
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) September 21, 2018
UKIP seems to be fading more and more into the fringes. The party is desperate to remain relevant. But it’s unlikely Farage condoms are going to help revive UKIP… or anyone’s sex life.
Siri what is "cockblock" https://t.co/ngFsSyRjRy
— Owen Jones? (@OwenJones84) September 21, 2018
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