ESTABLISHMENT MELTDOWN: Leftist Media FEAR As Leading Freedom Activists Join UKIP
The Mainstream Media has entered total meltdown over the last few days after a number of major online personalities joined UKIP to fight for freedom.
Prominent online activists Milo Yiannopoulos, Paul Joseph Watson, Sargon of Akkad and Count Dankula have all signed up to UKIP this month, sparking major panic among the mainstream media and the left, who fear a surge in online support for the anti-EU party.
UKIP membership increased by 616 over a period of just four days after the online activists called upon their followers to sign up to the party, representing a major increase in the party’s popularity.
As always, however, when any good news comes to UKIP, the mainstream media have gone into total meltdown.
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The Guardian ran a hit piece on UKIP claiming that the party is “embracing the far right” by allowing the YouTubers to join the party and argued that it is “reinventing itself as an extremist anti-migrant party”.
On the same day, the New Stateman published a piece written by snowflake-in-chief Paul Mason, entitled: “Ukip’s turn to the alt-right is a warning sign – we need to fight back”, in which he declared the DFLA, VAT and GI all “open racists”, without presenting a shred of evidence.
He wrote: “On 23 June, Ukip joined the counter-demonstration against the anti-Brexit march, rubbing shoulders once again with an increasingly familiar set of open racists: the Democratic Football Lads Alliance (DFLA), the Veterans Against Terrorism group, whose elderly members turned up in service berets, and Generation Identity.”
The march was indeed attended by the DFLA, VAT, GI and indeed UKIP, though not one single person at the rally was an “open racist” and these organisations all have a very clear policy of opposing racism at any given opportunity.
As for Mason’s accusation that our members are “elderly”, there is significant evidence to the contrary. How do I know? Well, for starters, I’m the 16-year-old who stood up and gave a speech from the platform to the thousands of patriots in attendance.
A day beforehand, the Independent ran a similar hit piece on the new freedom activists to join UKIP, declaring them “far-right” and arguing that they are linked to the “alt-right”, an accusation which was not backed up by any form of evidence.
UKIP is clearly getting something right because, just like in 2012, the establishment are getting scared. It’s only a matter of time before the party gains its next MP and begins to shake up Parliament…