Saturday, 28 July 2018

No Control To Take Back

UKIP never won a parliamentary seat except with a sitting defector from the Conservative Party, it only ever did that twice, both of those MPs went on to lose their seats to the Conservative candidates, and one of them is himself now a Conservative member of the Welsh Assembly.

Nigel Farage has so far failed to enter the House of Commons on no fewer than seven occasions, UKIP now hangs with the Tommy Robinson crowd, and the Conservatives lost their overall majority when they bizarrely decided to counter Jeremy Corbyn by reviving talk of grammar schools and foxhunting.

Therefore, we know for a fact that there is no electoral constituency to the right of the Conservative front bench. No one knows that better than Conservative MPs themselves. So there might be a new "centrist" party, but there will not be a UKIP Mark II.

After all, who paid for UKIP Mark I? The EU, that's who. Such is UKIP's dependence on the funds that are made available to Members of the European Parliament, that it is impossible to see how it could survive the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union.

Over the years, Britain, America and Israel have all set up Islamist rivals to Nationalist movements, frequently losing control of them. 

The EU did not set up UKIP as a rival to the real anti-EU forces on the Left and in a section of the traditional Labour Right, forces whose arguments did in fact swing the areas that went on to swing the referendum precisely by rejecting UKIP's Thatcherism in one country after having already experienced it for 39 years. 

But it might as well have done. And unlike, say, Shin Bet and Hamas, or the CIA and the Mujaheddin, but more like the Foreign Office and the Muslim Brotherhood, the EU has very far from lost control of UKIP. For all the use that such control is now, but there we are.

Rather than any such foolish distraction, there is going to be another hung Parliament, and we need our people to hold the balance of power in it. I need £10,000 in order to stand for Parliament with any chance of winning.

My crowdfunding page has been taken down without my knowledge or consent. But you can still email instead, and that address accepts PayPal.

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