Unity News Network interview with Anne Marie Waters , leader of the For Britain Party.
For Britain leader Anne Marie Waters spoke with Rob Shimshock of Campus Unmasked about censorship she and her party suffered in the UK before participating in a panel entitled “Silenced! Censoring Public Discussion of Islam.”
“I have been deplatformed several times, kicked out of universities, kicked off Twitter,” Waters said, describing the reaction to her criticism of radical Islam. “My party has really struggled with basic things like getting venues, for example. We will hire a venue for an event and the so-called Antifascists — which they call themselves, which is rather ironic — will phone up the venue owner and threaten them, intimidate them, and we’ll get our venues cancelled.”
The interview took place at an event hosted by the Middle East Forum on Capitol Hill.
The For Britain leader also claimed that her party has had difficulty setting up a bank account and purchasing software.
The Labour Party’s “shadow home secretary [Diane Abbott], she is the leader of a group called Stand Up to Racism,” Waters said. “I was a parliamentary candidate last year and I was unable to attend a hustings event because they, about a hundred of them, had stood outside. The police deemed it unsafe for me to attend. The event was cancelled.”
“This is a debate for [an] election to our national parliament, which was cancelled because I was going to be one of the candidates and Stand Up to Racism didn’t like it.”
See original Rebel Media story and video HERE.
ANNE MARIE WATERS is a politician comfortable with expressing uncomfortable truths. Confident and bold in her dedication to leading her political Party – For Britain – Waters has managed to draw attention to a wide variety of issues; issues that have caused a stir amongst political parties and the public alike. Waters doesn’t hold back from expressing her concerns about modern Britain and the state of the political arena. She cuts to the heart of each matter, desperately urging an unseeing public to open their minds to what, she states, is the erosion of the country she loves and wants to protect.
Frustrated at what she perceived as failures in both Labour and UKIP (having been a former candidate of both parties in the past), Waters went on to create For Britain, a party that is built on preserving British culture and national pride. Waters has come under fire from her detractors regarding her stance towards Islam and the rise of Sharia in the UK. She has expressed several major concerns, including aspects of the religion that are now affecting Britain due to high immigration. Amongst these concerns are FGM (female genital mutilation), child-marriage, sexism towards women, homophobia, the infiltration of Sharia law and animal rights (because of halal meat procedures whereby an animal isn’t stunned before being killed).
To read the full and excellent interview check out the original interview HERE.