FREE SPEECH: Why UKIP Needs A Free Speech Spokesman

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8 Responses

  1. Jake Bennett says:

    I go along with this proposal 100%. It must be seen in the eye of the public that UKIP is synonymous with upholding free speech. It is a huge vote winner and puts the liberal-left on the defensive.

  2. Marilyn Catling says:

    An excellently written piece. I agree, this role is crucial for the party as the State has no idea of the feelings of ordinary people. We are slowly being silenced by those who should be protecting our free speech. We all know why, and it needs to be brought out into the open. It’s the elephant in the room, and that’s not how we should be forced to live.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Yes Darrell, your view is in no way incorrect. When you get to quietly ponder the importance of free speech, it seems that going light on this matter, is an immense failure of common sense. Irrespective of Party loyalty, this item, probably over all others, is so very important. It is only when we see free speech attacked, as with Democracy, we finally get to understand its value. It is a force for good, but being delicate, it requires real assistance. UKIP TO ITS DEFENSE NOW !

  4. Grumpy Owl says:

    This follows on nicely from David Kurten’s recent article here:

    Sounds like a perfect job for Mr Kurten and I’m sure he’d be able to do this alongside his present role.

  5. Bernard Greenwood says:

    UKIP would have to prove it’s own commitment to free speech by not taking action against members who have been found guilty of transgressing by expressing views not allowed under the “You can’t say that” establishment rules. Things have gone too far to recover entirely from restrictions on speech.If UKIP provided support for individuals and groups that have been abandoned by the Home Office,police and local authorities to the intimidation of the Left it would be providing a much valued service and would show who’s side it is on.

  6. Alan Williams says:

    Excellent article Darrell. Let us hope Gerard takes it up and flags up yet another point of difference between us and the politically correct parties who have designed for themselves a perfect linguistic weapon for silencing their opposition.

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