Anish Patel describes himself on his Twitter account as a “patriotic conservatarian and civic nationalist” and that he’s pro-Britain and pro-free speech while being anti-establishment and anti-globalism.
And if you are offended by the notion of Christmas, he wants you to get the hell out of England. In fact, he’s so committed to this idea that he tweeted Saturday that he would drive all non-believers to the airport himself.
Turns out plenty of other people saw an opportunity in his tweet.
I love it when twitter is perfect like this. pic.twitter.com/VEDQgZ09rb— Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack) December 4, 2016
Patel made his Twitter account private Sunday and he blocked Black.
Was it something I said? pic.twitter.com/4UP2oP5E0V— Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack) December 4, 2016
But that didn’t stop more people from trying to hitch rides with Patel.
is the offer of an airport shuttle for people who hate xmas still open? I am still very offended (20/DEC STN 12pm please)— Matt Coffey (@mattcoffeyuk) December 4, 2016
Hi @AnishUKIP, noticed you deleted your tweet about driving people to the airport. Wondered if you could take me to IKEA.— Fallenville – Coming Soon. (@MrMo_J) December 4, 2016
PS, I hate Xmas.
Manchester Airport for 9am on NYE please, going to Amsterdam. There's 8 of us so you might need to hire a minibus. Cheers! xx— hoskas (@hoskas) December 4, 2016
Considering he deleted his account, it sounds like Patel has left plenty of people without a lift to the airport. But if he wanted to open his own taxi service, he’s already off to a great start.