Kurten for Leader: Curtains for Cultural Marxism
Cultural Marxism continues relentlessly its long march through the institutions today, but it captured and crippled London’s Metropolitan Police years ago.
It was no surprise therefore when a buttock-achingly politically-correct senior police officer recently announced that in future the Met Police will prioritise non-English speaking victims of crime as – according to the boys and girls in blue – they are more vulnerable.
So once again a UK institution discriminates against normal law-abiding British citizens, reduces them to second-class status in their own country and, as in this case, withdraws services from the tax-payer that paid for them in favour of someone – anyone – else.
And, tasked with the upkeep of the law, the UK’s premier police service (and ninth largest public sector employer) says it no longer operates one law equally for all.
This is classic cultural Marxism.
So London Assembly Member and UKIP Education Spokesman David Kurten pounced. As a front-runner in the leadership election he alone of the candidates has been banging on about the destructive nature of cultural Marxism and how it must be confronted and rejected – a job for which he knows UKIP is uniquely suited.
The loss of national identity and self-confidence; the promotion of hand-wringing guilt and self-loathing as political policy; the mocking of patriotism and its replacement by multi-culturalism and globalism; the re-writing of history; the opening of our borders to mass immigration; the undermining of traditional marriage and family; the substitution of healthy nurture and parenting by state (re-)education and indoctrination; the shutting-down of free speech especially about politically correct issues as defined by the Left – these and many more are all part of the Left’s cultural Marxist agenda which aims to hollow-out society and undermine Western civilisation.
While economic and materialist Marxism failed visibly with the fall of the Berlin Wall, cultural Marxism – often with a soft smooth face – is rising amongst the political class. Think Diane Abbott. Think Nick Clegg. Think Gina Miller. Only anti-establishment UKIP can take them all on.
So when the Met Police made its fatuous announcement, David pounced. “It’s utterly wrong,” he said and – again alone amongst the leadership candidates – he repeated his controversial call for the abolition of the Equality and Human Rights Commission and the repeal of the Human Rights Act’s ‘protected characteristics’ regulations that privilege certain groups of people over others.
He argues that the £19 million EHRC quango promotes discrimination and the Human Rights legislation promotes inequality. The politically-correct Met Police, like sheep, simply follows along unthinkingly.
In identifying Cultural Marxism as a key issue and pursuing it relentlessly and courageously – see the assault on him by Pink News www.pinknews.co.uk/2017/08/09/ukip-assembly-member-not-fit-for-elected-office-after-anti-gay-comments-says-partys-deputy-chair/, the Daily Mirror and the then deputy chairwoman of UKIP a month ago – David has shown real political leadership and an ability to challenge and change the political agenda.
He is strong on Brexit – and alone has been endorsed for leader by the chairman of Leave.EU, Arron Banks. He is knowledgeable and robust but discerning on the rise of Islam. He is passionate about educational excellence for our children. He demands fiscal responsibility and a balanced budget from the government. He is eloquent and persuasive on the public stage and more than holds his own in TV studios. He regularly holds London Mayor Sadiq Khan to account on the London Assembly. And he wants reform, reorganisation and better effectiveness for the party organisation.
Finally and, frankly, incidentally, David dislikes identity politics and never mentions or trades on his colour. But, British–born and firmly patriotic with an English mother and Jamaican father, he will be the Britain’s first non-White party leader ever if he is elected.
It will be fascinating to watch the mainstream media wriggle and squirm as their categories are shattered and they try to maintain still that UKIP is a bigoted racist party.
David is not perfect and he knows like all candidates that he has much to learn on the job. But he is a big man in more ways than one and certainly, he has the potential to be an outstanding leader for UKIP.
Will you consider voting for David Kurten?