The caller was put down quickly after he shocked the radio host by arguing that he wasn’t afraid of white supremacists before announcing that Muslim terrorists did frightened him.
Peter, the caller, from Wiltshire argued that nobody walks out in the street scared of white supremacists, but are wary of Muslim terrorists.
LBC host Shelagh Fogarty was bemused by the callers comments as she snapped back flying into the caller with hard facts.
The interaction began with Peter saying: “I don't walk out in the street and I don't think anybody else does, nobody walks out and worries about any of these white supremacist organisations.
Shelagh Fogarty bashed a caller for saying nobody is worried about white supremacy
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“They don't b***y exist!”
The comments from the caller angered the LBC presenter who quickly blasted back, “Well they do exist”.
She continued: “Maybe if you're a white British man you don't. But you might as a Jewish person, you might as a Muslim person, you might as a black person, you might as a gay person.”
Next Peter argued back about the way he feels white supremacists would target people in comparison to terrorists.
The caller argued that UK citizens would not get blown up by a white supremacist
So it’s a reality, it’s a factual numerical reality
He said: “It doesn’t matter if you’re white or Jewish, if you’re on a train in London if you’re going to get blown up, it’s not going to get blown up by somebody who is a white supremacist.”
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“What I’m saying is, if I’m weighing up all the risks in the world, what are my chances of going out in the street and worrying about being killed.
“Let’s be honest, I’m not going to go out and be worried about being killed by a Nazi.
“But if I go on the London Underground, I am worried a little bit about being blown up by some Islamic terrorist, that’s because that’s a risk.”
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Fogarty then brought up Prevent figures to back her argument up as she slammed the caller.
Prevent, a government organisation built to safeguard communities from the threat of terrorism, according to the LBC host had more reports of white supremacy risks rather than Muslims radicalisation in some areas.
Fogarty said: “A home office minister Ben Wallace said at the tail end of last year, ‘In some areas of this country white Prevent referrals outnumber those about other parts that we are worried about,’ about Muslims and others.
“So it’s a reality, it’s a factual numerical reality.”
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