TOMMY TO UKIP’S NEC: Will You Let The Members Decide?
Tommy Robinson has spoken out for the first time since his release from prison and it was exclusively reported on Kipper Central that on Sunday, UKIPs NEC will discuss a motion which could potentially be put before the upcoming conference on whether he could be allowed to apply to join the Party.
He said the decision was “do they trust their members to make their own decision” and “do they believe in democracy in the Party” or will they, “like the Establishment” tell everyone what they can think. He spoke of the opportunity UKIP have to “electrify” the working class of Britain and promised that UKIP, if they admitted him, would cause a “political revolution” in Britain. Pointing to the upcoming Swedish elections on September 9th when the Swedish Democrats are expected to perform strongly and the recent formation of a populist government in Italy he said it is about time the British public had a “Party they could get excited about”.
Praising Nigel Farage for bringing Brexit he said that nonetheless, he was “unwilling” to talk about Islam and asked him to not condemn people who wanted to do this. He then went onto thank Gerard Batten for speaking up for him and said he was the only politician who “would make him want to get up and vote.” Confirming he would join UKIP, he said he found it amazing the NEC could make a decision which would “prevent their own members from making their own decision on their Party.”
The name Tommy Robinson has become a “symbol” which is “about the British public” and people “all over the world” who feel they are being “dictated too” and “dont have a voice”. The choice the NEC is “do you represent that feeling or do you crush it”? It is, said Tommy, not about him personally but about whether the NEC is willing to “take up that movement” and politicise it and give people in this country a voice to challenge the wrongs in this country and the Establishment.
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