The Future Through Purple Tinted Glasses: A Vision of UKIP
Never has there been such an exciting opportunity to vent all of my ideas and visions for UKIP as this one, free from criticism and judgement, read solely by an audience who share the same principles as I do.
Whilst, I will admit, it has taken a long time to find a party who share my views and opinions as fittingly as UKIP does, I am pleased to have found a group of revolutionaries who share my vision of Britain. I use the word ‘revolutionary’ as I believe this is precisely what UKIP are, as a unified group, we seek, and have achieved, a complete overhaul of a system that has long been corrupted by a political elite set on destroying Britain and its values.
UKIP have always existed to defend the interests of a Britain that is being ruined by rigid political correctness, a breakdown of freedom of speech, and an electoral system that systematically disenfranchises both smaller parties and the electorate that votes for them. UKIP are unashamedly British nationalists, and are the only party committed to defending British interests, which for my personally is a rarity that must be sustained.
It is with this in mind that I have concluded that UKIP must survive, beyond June 8th, and it would be incredibly unfortunate to lose a political force that has the capacity to achieve major political shifts that can change the political landscape for the better. I truly, and perhaps optimistically, believe that UKIP can and will survive the election, whatever the results may be. There is so much more for UKIP to offer beyond BREXIT, such as finally achieving an electoral system that provides true and fair democracy to all.
I have a particular vision of UKIP as being the true providers of an equal democratic system that allows everyone to have a voice, regardless of how controversial these voices may be. Already, UKIP have opened up the political landscape in a way that has never been seen, and I am incredibly proud to be a part of such a successful political movement that has shattered an impressive number of political glass-ceilings in such a short space of time.
We will continue to shatter more glass-ceilings, and continue to revolutionise the way in which British politics is done, regardless of the June 8th results, and whilst this view may be naively optimistic, I have complete and unshaking confidence in our party. It is up to myself, and the rest of the truly amazing members of the party, to continue our fight to deliver pure democracy to Britain, and fight against the critics, the judgement and the contempt for our cause.