OPINION: Weep? No – Rage!!!

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  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Dear Vivian, I take your point, and you make it well. However, I have never been a pessimist, rather the eternal optimist ! What I can do at my age, and not being in top health, is to support MY PARTY in any way that I can. I have been unable to attend even my Branch meetings, but last Wednesday I passed a donation to UKIP, and considering how little I have, Gerard should be pleased that I answered his request. Everyone I meet, I expound the virtues of UKIP, and I am as active as possible with Kipper Central. I know my efforts are small beer, but I know that UKIP IS THE FUTURE, and I hold fast to that fact !

  2. J.L.Kay says:

    To Vivian and others
    I completely agree with what you have said about the treacherous Remoaners in both Labour and the Conservative parties. They, along with George Soros and the Socialist aparatchiks of Hampstead and the Communist dons in the universities are not the least interested in what is best for the British people; things such as stopping mass immigration, curtailing the obscene Overseas Aid budget and restoring sovereignty to the British people, along with restoring the independence of the British judiciary. I have to keep asking myself why is it that the intellectual middle classes, the so-called liberal Left, hate their own country so much? Have they been infected with the same mis-placed idealism demonstrated by the arch traitors Philby, Burgess and Maclean? And of course Cairncross and Blunt. I think they have. It is a salutary reminder to remember that wherever Socialiasm has been tried anywhere in the world as a political system, it has signally failed. NB The Soviet Union, China, Cuba et al. Stalin’s Russia killed more of its own people in the 1930’s than were killed in the 1st and 2nd World Wars. Even the Russians now have their own version of capitalism, as have the Chinese.

    More important than all this, as I have stated many times before, is the insidious and baleful influence of the Fascist Left who have infiltrated the mass media, in particular the Guardian and the BBC, which is supposed to be a politically-neutral, publicly -funded broadcaster (yes that of course is a joke).
    We must defend freedom of speech in this country at all costs. The alternative is a totalitarian state, and we are almost there, where we are driven underground and political parties such as UKIP are proscribed as being enemies of the state. I can see a time, and it won’t be long, where we have to take the battle onto the streets, where ordinary people have to literally fight for democracy and free speech Tommy Robinson, although perhaps courting publicity, had to be shut up by the state, as too many people have started to agree with him.

    The situation is much more serious than most people are aware. We are only one step away from secret courts and hearings held in camera. What next? Show trials? I wouldn’t put it past them. Watch this space.

  3. Informed says:

    We are indeed at a critical juncture. The fascist left have taken over and totalitarianism is just around the corner…. you can hear them coming!

    What are we going to do about it?

  4. Miss Bridgit. says:

    A brand New political party should be formed. Its should promise that on taking government at the next election the UK withdraws fully and immediately from the EU. FULL STOP. No bribes no money to be payed, WE JUST LEAVE. Problem is when there are powerful anti-Independence British institutions in the county like the BBC what chance have the people got.

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