UKIP: The True Change The Youth Are Seeking


People age. The times move on. But among the rapidly changing worlds of business, life, the environment and much else, one thing stays the same – young people are not happy with politics. Whether it be because they’re against a war, think their government is racist or believe that the rich aren’t paying enough, young people are just not happy. But why is this? Is there some inherent factor of human nature that makes us despise the established authority when we’re under 30 years old? Is there an arbitrary hunger for hatred of power while we are youthful? Or perhaps, could it be because young people, in their relative innocence have a very acute awareness of corruption? I would argue the latter.

UKIP under Henry Bolton is exactly the radical change that young people are looking for. We cannot be corrupt because we don’t have enough money or MPs to be so. We cannot be careerists because so few of us have careers from what we do. We cannot be in it for ourselves because we gain so little. That is what young people look for and that is why we are here. Rather uniquely, young people (and British ones in particular) favour the underdog because they are different, and it is becoming inherently clear that Henry Bolton’s UKIP is just that – a chance for change. Commissar Corbyn does display a flair of radicalism, but his radicalism is Stalinism and IRA-ism – not the sort that young people want! The only reason they flock to him is because he offers change. If UKIP can offer this too, we will succeed like never before.

But even if we do offer this radical change, the old ways of getting this out to them simply will not do in the 21st Century. We need to be using Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube like never before. We should be putting every resource we can spare into these revolutionary campaigning tools which will help us reach out to so many millions of new people that leafletting could never affect. Our posters need to be radical, our ideas need to unorthodox and our campaigning needs to be unique. If we can capture the desperation for something different, we will succeed in everything we’ve ever set out to achieve. All it takes is an open mind (and a little bit of cash would help too!).

UKIP membership is on the rise, we are growing in the polls and young people are starting to realise that UKIP is what they’ve truly been trying to find for so long. Next month, YI is electing its new Chairman and council, and if they elect the right people then UKIP will be the party of young people in no time at all – watch this space!

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Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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2 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Thank you Reece Coombes, you have made me feel a lot younger than being in my 70s !
    I am not sure this is an age thing, although if young folk are joining UKIP, I am well pleased.
    The main point was made by the EU Referendum result. The old, stale Parties, one way or another, were in support of continued membership. Only UKIP were full on for leaving, and they were not even in the Commons. Maybe UKIP is being listened to, or the Party has connected with the peoples dissatisfaction with an attempt to kill UK/GB.
    On Monday, 30th. instant, at about 1630 hours, Parliament will debate a change in voting systems. In particular PR taking over from our anti-democratic FPTP system, and I look forward to MPs trying to show how good the present system is. It will be rather similar to a mass murderer being called a nice chap really ! If, as I hope, PR is passed to a referendum, then common sense, democracy and the mathematics of this discredited voting system, will be subjected to lies and double-think, the like of which has not been seen in the House of Commons before. The big prize will go to UKIP, and the small new parties !

  2. Ian Edwards says:

    If all 16 year olds were as chipper as you are kipper we would not have so many obstacles to over come. One of the things I’ve found is that youth today nearly all suffer from groupthink – they all think like social Marxists and post-modernists – not a single individual thinker outside that peer group; even in Oxbridge they have the same lack of independent thought; in fact they are anti freedom of speech; and globalists in outlook. They do not realise this themselves, they think they are modern and cool, whereas in fact they have been brain washed by the dumbed down government education/propaganda system and are more akin to big state collective fascist thinking zealots than they realise; most do not even know what fascism stands for, yet all they need do is look in the mirror; they voted to Remain for example. It would be good to see a draft list of ideas kicked around that is gonna turn this around; good intentions on their own will not be enough. And the list must carry existing kippers and potential kippers from the older age brackets too. That’s a high bar to jump over and it will need a lot of energy. All the very best.

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