london - The British version of the anti-immigrant organization Pegida, Britain First, advocates anyone of foreign origin to subsidize in order to leave the country. Although the organization thereby presumably mainly refers to non-Westerners, it is therefore remarkable that the First Vice-President of Britain's right of Dutch descent.
Jayda French was recently re-elected vice president and is the face of the organization. That was a British amateur historian reason to dive into her family history.
,, Fransen is not a British name. So I get a little digging, '' the anonymous historian declared to the Huffington Post. He published his findings through an organization that the ideas of the movement wants to expose.
French appears to be the granddaughter of the Dutchman Jan Fransen, who settled in England. Maternal side she probably stems from Jews. According to the motion Exposing Britain First, it is ironic that an anti-immigration movement is led by someone who is descended from migrants themselves.