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UKIP: Evil Peter Bucklitsch Blames Aylan Kurdi’s “Greedy” Parents For His Death

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The ever classy UKIP shows it’s hideous colors once again. (h/t: JD)

By David Kearns, The Independent

A former Ukip candidate has sparked outrage after he blamed the parents of dead Syrian tot Aylan Al-Kurdi for being “greedy for the good life in Europe”.

Photos of three-year-old washed up on a Turkish beach has stunned the world and have led many to question Europe’s response to the refugee crisis.

Peter Bucklitsch, who finished fourth in the Wimbledon constituency at in the UK’s general election in May, shocked Twitter users by claiming that the three-year-old Aylan Kurdi was “well clothed & well fed”.

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He suggested the boy’s parents should not have risked his life by trying to make the 13-mile journey across the Mediterranean from Turkey to the Greek island of Kos.

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  • Alyeth

    Because Turkey has taken over 2.5 million refugees…

  • Reynardine

    No shortage of ’em.

  • Reynardine

    You too: live long and prosper!

  • Mehdi

    Hang in there. Majhool dates are worth tasting… Long sweet life to you.

  • Reynardine

    There is still some sweetness in this old world. Palmyra and Djoolia are growing well, even if I don’t live long enough to eat the dates.

  • Reynardine

    I expect he could walk bolt upright under a garbage can maggot.

  • Reynardine

    Especially Donald Trump. Bigly. (Yes, he invented that word.)

  • Friend of Bosnia

    What else can be expected of populist fascist lowlifes like that. He does not deserve to walk this Earth.

    Also I would like to add that when someone says “I’m not a fascist/racist/bigot, BUT…” he has already admitted being exactly that.

  • Mehdi

    Choosing to risk one and one’s family’s life on a boat tells a lot about the level of fear abd despair that people can reach, facing the danger of either Assad’s killers or the monsters of ISIS or Al Nusra, I wouldn’t wish that to my worst ennemy.
    I liked the article below, about a very close friend of mine I met at university, Vietnamese, her family fled by boat after the Vietnam war (now forgotten, but for which the death toll was horrifying, even more so than the already horrific Syrian war). My friend was only two, she was minutes away from having the same fate as Aylan Kurdi, until a french boat saved her and the 70 people in the boat. She grew up to become a wonderful person, mother of two wonderful children, happily married with a very fun scotsman, she was given a chance and took it.
    http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/13649618.My_family_s_hell_as_we_escaped_from_Vietnam/?ref=fbshr
    When reading this article, I thought of what would be of those Syrian children, I hope they get a chance to have a happy life, maybe my kids will tell me in a few years’ time about how nice their Syrian friends (or colleagues some day) are…

  • HSkol

    “… greedy for the good life …”? Trying to get as far away from war-torn Syria for simple comfort is now greedy? Really?

    Buttlick, er, Bucklitsch, are you greedy much for keeping others at bay from comfort and safety? Privileged such-and-such.

  • Reynardine

    There is no limit to the vulgarity of the bigoted.

  • mindy1

    Pretty low, to have THAT as your first response to seeing a dead kid 🙁

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