The grassroots political party has rubbed Islamic hate groups and other radicals with its defense of British culture.
Sen received a written warning from a hate group called "Stand Up to Ukip."
The candidate was warned against participating in a hustings event. A hustings is meeting at which candidates address voters.
“I would have loved to go to the hustings,” Sen was quoted as saying, “but I’ve been warned that because it was a co-ordinated letter, it’s high risk for me and my family. It was frightening and it’s not right that someone or some peoples are trying to silence a democratic process.”
Ukip candidates report being spat upon by haters.
Party leader Nigel Farage was recently pelted with eggs.
Ukip members are frequently subjected to hate speech and pejoratives such as 'racists,' 'Nazi scum,' and 'xenophobic.'
Ukip is an acronym for the United Kingdom Independence Party.
National elections in Britain are scheduled May 9, 2015.
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Party members across the country have reported death threats and vandalism against property.
This comes after an anonymous threatening letter claimed lives would be at risk if a Ukip candidate in West Lancashire turned up to a hustings event.
It added that the hustings last Tuesday “would go tragically for all involved” if Jack Sen arrived.
Globalist haters recently pelted Ukip chief
Nigel Farage with eggs
The letter was signed from “Standing Up To Ukip.”
Mr Sen said: “I would have loved to go to the hustings, but I’ve been warned that because it was a co-ordinated letter, it’s high risk for me and my family.
“It was frightening and it’s not right that someone or some peoples are trying to silence a democratic process.”
But the similarly named campaign group “Stand Up To Ukip” told The Times they knew nothing about the threats, with caused the candidate to pull out of the debate.
Further “murder” warnings were allegedly sent to Oxford West and Abingdon Ukip candidate Alan Harris earlier this month.
Internet threats to firebomb his home were made after Mr Harris was accused of making homophobic comments online, which he denies.
He said: “I thought about standing down, but then thought, no way. Why should we let them win?”
On Sunday Bradford East Ukip candidate Owais Rajput was allegedly pushed by rival supporters on Sunday night and West Yorkshire police confirmed they were investigating the incident.
On the same night the party’s Folkestone campaign office window was smashed and the Northumberland offices in Blyth were vandalised with graffiti saying “Nazi scum.”
A Ukip spokesman said some activists had stopped campaigning because of the threats.
He said: “It’s getting quite scary. It’s a clear attempt to silence Ukip."
The spokesman blamed mainstream politicians “for untruthfully calling Ukip racist and xenophobic, which lends justification to thugs to be aggressive.”
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