Fury as Labor second referendum campaigner David Lammy compares Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg with NAZIS in accordance with Andrew Marr of the BBC
- MP David Lammy compared to the Brexiteers to Nazis and white supremacists
- Labor MP raged when he said that Nazi comparisons & # 39; not strong enough & # 39; goods
- Conservative MPs bombarded the outburst and said Lammy lost the & # 39; had
Labor MP David Lammy compared Jacob-Rees Mogg and Boris Johnson with Nazis in a rant about the Andrew Marr show.
The second referendum activist compared the figures of the conservatives with Hitler in the devastating outburst of the BBC program on Sunday.
The tirade has caused a furore among Conservatives who claim that the MP lost the & # 39; & # 39; has with the comparisons with & # 39; white supremacists & # 39 ;.
Labor MP David Lammy compared Jacob-Rees Mogg and Boris Johnson with Nazis in a Andrew Marr show rant
Mr Lammy was asked whether a comparison he made earlier between the European Research Group (ERG) and the Nazi party and South African racists was unacceptable.
But Mr. Lammy said those comparisons & # 39; not strong enough & # 39; and referred to Rees-Mogg who returned the far-right alternative to Germany and Boris Johnson to meet Donald Trump's adviser, Steve Bannon.
He replied: & # 39; There were allies in 1938 who worked out a plan for Hitler to annex part of Czechoslovakia, and Churchill said no, and he stood alone.
& # 39; We must not appease. We are now in a situation and let me be clear, I am an ethnic minority.
& # 39; We have in the ERG, in Jacob Rees-Mogg, someone who likes to put his gruesome, racist AfD party on his & # 39; s web page, a party that is Islamophobic and on the far right. & # 39;
Mr. Lammy added: & # 39; They are happy to use the expression & # 39; great wizard & # 39; KKK is what it evokes when I think of that sentence and the deep south.
When asked whether he regretted Marr's comments, Mr Lammy said to the BBC: "I would say that this was not strong enough.
& # 39; I'm sorry, but very, very seriously, of course we shouldn't appease that, of course we shouldn't calm that down. & # 39;
The AfD was established in 2013 as a Eurosceptic party in Germany and has since campaigned for stricter immigration legislation. Mr Rees-Mogg has previously denied supporting the party.
Marr refuted the & # 39; dangerous & # 39; was to accuse the politicians of resembling Nazi ideology.
When asked whether he regretted the remarks, Mr Lammy said to the BBC: "I will not comment on this – I will never fall back on this on behalf of my voters.
& # 39; The BBC must not allow this extreme right-wing fascism to flourish. & # 39;
When Andrew Marr indicated that the Brexites were elected as politicians, Mr. Lammy said: "I don't care how elected they were, it was the extreme right in Germany."
& # 39; British soldiers in this country died in the fight against this violence and extremism and here we are in 2019 with people bringing it into the mainstream for their political benefit. & # 39;
The second referendum campaigner compared the figures of the conservatives with Hitler in the devastating outburst of the BBC program on Sunday
Mr. Lammy added: & # 39; What kind of land will we be if these people run it? & # 39;
When Mr. Lammy said he said that Rees-Mogg and Boris Johnson are equivalent to Nazis, Lammy said: "Ask Boris Johnson why he hangs out with Steve Bannon."
The furious outburst of Lammy was beaten by Tory MPS, who said the claims of the Labor veterans were & # 39; bats & # 39; and that they had lost respect for him.
Conservative MP Conor Burns said: & I always respected David Lammy. But these are bats ** t. Comparing ERG with Hitler is quite something. Completely lost. & # 39;
Lammy later tweeted: & # 39; I will never shy away from calling the left to the extreme right. We must not calm down or admit it, we must declare it for what it is. & # 39;