After Latest London Attack Nigel Farage Says British People May Call for “Internment Camps” for Jihadis (VIDEO)

On Saturday night Islamic terrorists mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge then went on a killing spree in London. Seven people were killed and over 50 were injured.

FOX News contributor and Brexit leader Nigel Farage told FOX and Friends Weekend that internment camps may be an option now for those jihadis coming back from Syria.

Nigel Farage: “Over 400 known jihadi fighters from Syria have come back into Britain and we’ve only stopped one. So, yes, you’re right. Free movement contributes to this. But also the British government have been too week. Frankly, we’ve been too politically correct. So I hope that Teresa May goes a lot further than she’s gone this morning, recognizes the mistakes of the past and says in the future not one person who has fought in Syria will ever be let back into our country…. We are as a people very slow to anger. Bare in mind, this is now the third terrorist incident that has happened in my country in the space of as many months. The mood that I get now is we want some real action… If there is not action the calls for internment will grow. There are over 3,000 people on a sort of known terrorist list, and we’re watching and monitoring their activities. And another 20,000 who are persons of interest, namely they’re linked some way to terrorist organizations. Unless we see the government getting tough we will see calls for those 3,000 to get arrested. I’m not sure that is the right approach because we might alienate decent fair-minded Muslims. “

Via FOX and Friends:

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