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.

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…

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10 Responses

  1. Carole weston says:

    Ask them for proof of far right actions or sympathies if no proof you want a retraction and apology say you and your members arnt putting up with accusation and you are looking into legal ramifications shove a rocket up their jacksies figuratively

  2. J.L.Kay says:

    Hi Reece
    Well done. Again we are seeing the Establishment, the Left wing liberals and the MSM for what they are, apologists for Marxist politicians, the Luvvies, the chattering classes of Hampstead and supporters of those who genuinely hate their country, for some reason.

    Actually the reasons are pretty clear. The Left wing hate the fact that they have done little to make this country great, either recently or in the past. Over the last fifty or so years, the pattern has repeated itself several times, with the Socialists running us into social, political and financial trouble and the Tories eventually having to ride to the rescue and pick up the pieces. In addition to which the intellectual Left hate the fact that our nation was made great by the empire builders, explorers, adventurers, entrepreneurs, admirals, generals and other prominent people of the of Victorian period ( most of whom were public school educated) and according to the Lefties, therefore beyond the pale. Funny that so many of the Left’s intellectuals and politicians choose to have their own offspring privately educated (Diane Abbott et a)l.

    Yes, the Left are full of hatred and bile, not to mention envy and the massive chip that so many of them have on their shoulders that they have been victimised somehow by the evil capitalist swine (that capitalism which in a democracy such as ours, has allowed them to actually express their screwed-up opinions).

    Clowns such as Polly Toynbee are so ridiculous, they don’t even bear listening to, as we already know what a load of rubbish they’re prepared to spout at any given moment, even when no-one asks them for their opinion. I’m afraid that the Left are now being left behind by historical events, as the realities of living in the 21st century are beginning to dawn on millions of people across Europe as our customs and ways of life come under sustained attack by the adherents of ‘the religion of peace’ and those such as the LGBT brigade and their apologists, who are dead set on undermining the traditional family unit, which has been the bedrock of civilised societies for thousands of years.

    • I like very much your piece here I would like so much to share with like minded folks in our land of hope that not all is despair, please is well iterated I am a UKIP member have been for many years. Like young Reece views and knowledge refreshing.

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Well done Reece ! The battle ground, that was occupied by just the infantry, and was going well for UKIP, has just been joined by heavy artillery. ( Well they would call the ‘papers’ heavy ). This is nothing new, and UKIP have been shot at before by this artillery, and not only has the Party survived, it has increased in numbers. However, these guns have to be ‘spiked’ and the sooner the better. How are our relations with the Daily Express ? Their Crusader emblem was supposed to be about ‘Free Trade’, but ae they still friendly ?

  4. J.L.Kay says:

    Further to the above, having read the Guardian and New Statesman articles in detail, I must say that this is typical of the behaviour of the Left. Any statement, however true, regarding the scale of immigration into this country, which is of massive concern to the majority of British citizens as being far too high and a threat to social cohesion, is seized upon as a statement expressing racism. As has been mentioned countless times by members of UKIP, including notably Nigel Farage, the question is not of race, but of the numbers involved. British society cannot absorb the numbers of foreign people, especially those who have no apparent connection with this country, who are coming to these shore, indefinitely, without a threat to our native culture, traditions or as I have said, social cohesion. When will the Left get this? It seems the Left will use any excuse, however flimsy, to pillory those who have an alternative point of view, however valid that point of view may be.

    Any counter argument to the sacred cow of ‘lifestyle choice’, however damaging that ‘lifestyle choice’ may be to others or to society at large is met with a barrage of scorn. I could mount a very coherent argument that those who follow certain lifestyles are a threat to the structure and long-term health of both themselves and of society but would probably get prosecuted for so-called ‘hate crimes’ for stating the bloody obvious.

    To get back to the point in hand, it’s pretty obvious that the Left, of which the Guardian and the New Statesman seem to be particularly clear examples, will take any opportunity to distort and lie about any expression of patriotism or pride in one’s own country displayed by fellow countrymen (and Britons have a lot to be proud of in our history, especially fighting against the sort of Fascism currently displayed by the liberal Left).

    It’s becoming increasingly obvious that the Left are frightened by the rise of nationalistic feelings and a surge in the popularity of Right wing groupings across the UK and Europe. What else did they expect, after the views of the majority have so often been ignored by those indolent and arrogant politicians who pretend to represent the people, but who in fact represent a small coterie of the liberal elite and the feather-bedded Eurocrats in Brussels? The time is fast coming when scores will be settled, because people have long memories and ordinary citizens of Western Europe are becoming tired of being treated as dupes and ignorant fools by their so-called political masters.

  5. John Freeman says:

    Why do we have to keep responding to accusations that we are alt-right, racist or anything else for that matter? They’ve been calling anyone opposed to mass migration that and many other things for years and will continue to do so. Surely we should just say what we believe in and as far as I know, as we are not Liebour candidates, no one is forced to vote for us. So if the public don’t believe us or agree with what we say, we won’t we able to put any of our policies into practice. It’s called democracy I believe. Constantly denying we are this, that or the other is just playing their game.

  6. Billy says:

    This is well worth a vote … UKIP is the only way forward . I’m Gona commit my life to getting people to vote UKIP … until they get theresea mays seat!!!!
    UKIP for sure

  7. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    Make no mistake, the Labour Party was not always like this ! In its early days it was a downright necessity, and had giants of Socialist fervour of correct thinking ! I know, because my family’s history was riddled with very nasty Tory actions, but I am going back to my Great Grandfather’s generation. Labour pressure and Labour Government corrected many things, along with the Labour Trade Unions. BUT today, Mr Corbyn’s Labour has nothing to sell to voters, and their Party is nothing more than a trip wire to National advancement. The Tory Party has a more sensible approach, but it is slight, and their record, especially upon Brexit is lamentable in the extreme ! Tory and Labour have both run their courses, and its time for better. ADVANCE UKIP FOR NATIONAL UNITY !

  8. J.L.Kay says:

    Mike Maunder, the Labour Party had great things in mind when it was launched and helped to prevent continued exploitation of the working class in the mines and factories in the 1920′, 1930’s and 1940’s . The Labour Party also helped to unionise ordinary workers to give them some porotect ion against exploitative employers. My grandparents were staunch Labour Party although my parents were not. The great days of the Labour Party and its charismatic politicians have well and truly gone. Hence the appearance of the obsequious Tony B. Liar and his mate Peter Mandelson, not to mention the intellectual lightweight Jeremy Corbyn. UKIP holds out the only sensible and forward-looking policies for the people of this country.

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