EXCLUSIVE: 616 New UKIP Members Just Days After PJW, Dankula, Sargon Joined Party
Kipper Central can exclusively reveal that 616 new membership applications have been received at UKIP Head Office since Sunday, representing a huge surge in interest in the party.
The hundreds of new members flocking to the party are likely to have been influenced by three prominent pro-freedom social media activists Paul Joseph Watson, Sargon of Akkad and Count Dankula joining the party, as Kipper Central revealed when the news broke.
We understand that over 100 more membership applications were received today (Thursday 21st June) than yesterday, showing that not only has there been a spike in membership but that the spike is growing.
Speaking exclusively to Kipper Central about the news, UKIP Chairman Tony McIntyre said: “This is extremely good news – the people’s party is on a roll and long may it continue!
“There are opportunities for all – especially UKIP – in a snap election!”
It is likely that this influx of members will include a significant number of young members, challenging the common misconception that UKIP is a party ‘for old people’ as often portrayed in the mainstream media.
Nathan Ryding, the Chairman of UKIP’s Youth Wing – Young Indepedence – spoke exclusively to Kipper Central, saying: “UKIP is now starting to attract a much younger audience thanks to the likes of PJW and Count Dankula.
“This is because young people believe in free speech and they see how militant, aggressive and anti-democratic the left are getting and they are appalled.
“We must continue to focus some attention on the youth as we are the future, not only of UKIP but of the UK as well.
“Young Independence represent the patriotic youths of this country and we will continue to grow even larger as time goes on.”
McIntyre also confirmed to Kipper Central that rumours that Sargon Of Akkad (A.K.A. Carl Benjamin)’s application to join the party had been refused were entirely false and that the party’s leader, Gerard Batten MEP, is actively seeking to meet the new online activists to discuss what they can do for the party.
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