Robert Walsh

Freelance writer from Cornwall

Iain Duncan Smith’s historic links to the far-right

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s Iain Duncan Smith!)

No one should be surprised by the extremities of Duncan Smith’s attacks on the welfare state.

After all, Duncan Smith has a history of links to far-right politics – including racist and fascist organisations.

  • In 1995,  Duncan Smith was one of a few Tory MPs who met with senior figures of the racist and anti-semitic French National Front in Westminster. Le Pen’s deputy, Bruno Gollnisch MEP, later said Duncan Smith and other Tory MPs they met were “sympathetic” to their views:

I came to meet members of the Conservative Party sympathetic to our views… I met Duncan Smith and others in their offices and later we got together for less formal talks in a bar somewhere in the Parliament building.

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2 comments on “Iain Duncan Smith’s historic links to the far-right

  1. Will
    February 24, 2017

    This is an ad hominem attack. Linking a person to racist movments does not in any way negate the validity of their arguments on the welfare state.

    • robertwalsh1975
      February 24, 2017

      His serial dishonesty, total disregard for the sick and disabled and refusal to acknowledge his own culpability, however, certainly do.

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