Letters

UKIP-voting PN reader

ImageAs a probable voter for UKIP I take great exception on your presumption of racism by so doing [see editorial in PN 2576–77]. There is a law in this country against racism but you blithely make these assumptions.

For some time now I’ve been disappointed in the political bias that seems to be leading the Peace News in the wrong direction. The article quoted is the final nail in my desire to support your paper. I’ve done this all my life. You should look back to your 1960 editions when it was at its best. It is now a poor imitation.

There is an easy assumption that all racism is white. This is not my life experience. I believe racism is a tribal condition that all tribes are guilty of.

I will vote for UKIP on an overcrowding agenda. Overcrowding like the rats leads to inevitable violence. You people seem not to understand this simple fact.

Incidentally it was not UKIP that led this country into criminal war. You should direct your criticism at those who were.

I have an impression that this article was initiated by Milan Rai with his own political agenda.

Less partisan politics and more on the military.

There may be myths about immigration and Islam but there are also myths about the ‘real problems in society’.