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BBC NEWS | UK | UK Election 2005 | Election 2005 | Kilroy attacks 'liberal fascism'
: "Euro MP Robert Kilroy-Silk has launched his Veritas Party's manifesto with an attack on multi-culturalism imposed by 'liberal fascists in London'.
The idea that everybody should respect each other's culture was 'nonsense', he said, adding that not all cultures were equal - some were 'reprehensible'.
The ex-chat show host said no-one voted for Britain to become multi-cultural.
He also set out Veritas' plans to bring in a 22% flat tax rate and not to tax the first £12,000 earnings.
Mr Kilroy-Silk, who was elected to the European Parliament under the UK Independence Party banner, said it was necessary to counter the presumption that everybody should respect other cultures.
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'We do not and we will not, and we will say that openly so that people will have the confidence to know that all cultures are not equal - they are not.
'There are some that are reprehensible are not entitled to respect and we should say so.'
He went on to say Veritas wanted a country that was multi-ethnic and multi-creed but added that there should be just one culture - a British culture."