Shamed UKIP candidate’s Parliament bid funded by man who thought he was from Third Reich

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White supremacist John de Nugent – who believes he is reincarnated from the Third Reich – has been found to have bankrolled Jack Sen’s bid for Parliament

Jack Sen former UKIP councillor who joined the BNP Bankrolled: The Sunday Mirror can reveal two cheques were sent to Mr Sen by Mr de Nugent

A shamed UKIP candidate’s bid for Parliament was bankrolled by a white supremacist who believes he is a reincarnated German from the Third Reich.

Jack Sen’s links to white nationalist John de Nugent are exposed after a sting of campaign donations in the run-up to May’s General Election emerged.

Mr Sen – who was booted out of UKIP following an apparent anti-semitic rant – was given cheques worth hundreds of pounds.

Sources claim Mr de Nugent wanted to bring “national socialism to Westminster”. National Socialism is the full name of Hitler’s Nazi party.

Following Mr Sen’s dismissal from UKIP, Mr de Nugent set-up a fundraising page and branded the West Lancashire candidate a “rising star” and a “brave warrior awakening our race”.

Mr Sen on Saturday defended his association with the US-born writer and even described him as a “good man”.

But in an interview conducted by Mr Sen and published online last month, Mr de Nugent said: “The simple truth is that I am known for and have written extensively, and factually, about reincarnation.”

He added: “Now, as for me, I am certain, based on many indicators, that I was a German in the Third Reich in my last life.”

Cheques seen by the Sunday Mirror show two payments made to Mr Sen, signed by Mr de Nugent, for £350 and £300 in March and April.

Some of this money is believed to have been spent on campaign leaflets before Mr Sen was dismissed from the party.

The remainder was used to fund a local newspaper advert following his dismissal.

Just days before the election Mr Sen directed abuse at Luciana Berger. In one message he wrote: “Britain’s youngest Jewish MP, Luciana Berger, is facing criticism over her record of… loyalties.”

Ms Berger said it was “clearly an anti-Semitic comment”.

It was too late for him to be removed from the ballot, but he said that had he been elected, he would not sit in the House of Commons as a UKIP MP.

He came third in the constituency and was later welcomed into the British National Party by chairman Adam Walker.

In June Mr Sen also joined the South African Front Nasionaal “to champion the fight for self-determination for ethnic whites and to draw attention to the farm and general murders and attacks on whites”.

When the Sunday Mirror contacted Mr Sen he defended taking contributions from Mr de Nugent and claimed he had been left penniless after being “betrayed” by UKIP.

He said: “The bulk of the money was spent after I was suspended. In order to stop the bleeding I had to put an advertisement in a local newspaper which cost me about £500.

“That’s when John sent over a bunch of donations from other countries, even Germany. He put out a plea to get the advertisement paid for.

“I look at it this way. I was fighting a powerful enemy who was trying to censor my speech.”

From The Mirror , 08.08.15. Report by Dan Warburton.

Liveraf Comment. The Mirror has managed to get its ascription wrong in this instance. The photograph above is in fact of Jack Sen.

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