UK arrested Tommy Robinson for reporting child-rape gangs that the government caters to. The UK banned reporting of his arrest, denied him a lawyer, and is trying to have him assassinated in prison. Regardless of how you feel about his views, this is a totalitarian government.

Tommy Robinson isn't the first to that the UK has jailed after a secret trial. Melanie Shaw tried to expose child abuse in a Nottinghamshire kids home -- it wasn't foreigners doing the molesting, but many members of the UK's parliament. The government kidnapped her child and permanently took it away. Police from 3 forces have treated her like a terrorist and themselves broken the law. Police even constantly come by to rob her phone and money. She was tried in a case so secret the court staff had no knowledge of it. Her lawyer, like Tommy's, wasn't present. She has been held for over 2 years in Peterborough Prison. read, read

United Kingdom Independence Party

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UK Independence Party
Leader Nigel Farage MEP
Founded 1993
Headquarters Newton Abbot, Devon
Youth wing Young Independence
Membership  (2012) 19,000[1]
Ideology Liberal conservative
Libertarianism
Thatcherism
European Parliament group Europe of Freedom and Democracy
Official colours Purple and Yellow
House of Commons
0 / 650
House of Lords
2 / 724
European Parliament
12 / 73
Local government[2]
217 / 21,259
Website
http://www.ukip.org/

The United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) is a liberal conservative political party that is largely perceived as just a single-issue party by the British electorate which wishes to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union. In recent years they have tried to portray themselves as a multiple-issue "patriotic" party, and work to undermine the British National Party by spuriously claiming to oppose mass-immigration.

UKIP is essentially the Conservative Party as it was before the raging liberals took it over; its place in British politics is roughly equivalent to that of Ron Paul and the libertarian movement in the United States. They have quite a few local councillors and three members of the House of Lords. UKIP are hardcore supporters of the discredited neoliberal economics advocated by Thatcherites and support ruthless cuts of services and more privatization as part of a selfish middle-class campaign against the working-class.

Political positions

European Union over-emphasis

The main platform of the political party is opposing British membership in the European Union. They are motivated primarily by fears that countries which are part of the European Union will reign in the free-wheeling neoliberalism of the City of London; many UKIP leaders are connected to merchant banking, although this isn't made clear to the rank and file. UKIP is known to hold Margaret Thatcher in high regard and attack people who advocate a mixed economy or a welfare state as "socialists" (including real patriot parties such as the British National Party).

While certainly the EU needs reforming into an entity which protects the true interests of Europeans, the "Euroskeptics" of the UKIP tradition are very suspicious. They hold similar views to James Goldmith of the Referendum Party; Goldsmith was a scion of the Jewish Goldschmidt banking dynasty and two of his children have married members of the Rothschild family. In recent years, UKIP has tried to portray themselves as a non-single issue party.

Immigration and culture

In a politically correct manner, UKIP attempt to manipulate the emotions of the largely apolitical general public, who are opposed to immigration by making a big issue of EU-originated migrants such as Poles. The reality is despite problems with European immigration, e.g. jobs and housing, most of the ground level social problems with mass immigration in Britain are caused typically by Blacks, Pakistanis, Somalis, Bangladeshis, in other words, non-European immigration. UKIP never discuss or criticize non-European immigration. Poles work hard, largely behave themselves and the women are good looking. Meanwhile, Black Africans burned down London during the 2011 Planet of the Apes riots and the Pakistanis have been involved in a vast paedophile grooming network in Rochdale and elsewhere in England.

Uh-oh, the Zionist mask begins to slip. Another reason to back the BNP instead of Thatcher's bastard sons.

Despite being liberal conservatives, UKIP states that it supports "uni-culturalism" (e.g. civic nationalism, rather than multiculturalism). It argues that foreign interlopers should adopt the externals of "British culture" and have as much a claim to the country as the natives. It argues against ethnic nationalism, instead promoting multiracialism. The specfic reason for this is because UKIP members are largely middle-class kosher conservatives and are too cowardly in nature to stand up for the interests of the native Anglo-Celtic peoples of the country for fear of being called "racist" and/or losing their means of income. This stereotypical, pussyfooting, "cowardly middle-class Anglo" vibe which UKIP gives off, calls into question their usefulness on this question.

Foreign policy

To the credit of UKIP, under Nigel Farage they did oppose the Iraq War, which was instigated principally by the Zionist lobby in Britain; particularly the Labour Friends of Israel. However, the UKIP official policy on Zionism is very suspect, the manifesto describes the Israeli state as an "ally" and defend it's right to "defend itself." Like all the mainstream parties, there is a Friends of Israel in UKIP subversive lobby, motivated primarily by "huzzah!"-ing kosher conservatives. There is also a smaller Friends of Palestine in UKIP which has been the cause of some interesting debate. UKIP are also strongly in favour of maintaining control of the Falkland Islands, Gibraltar and the north of Ireland (it has a small presence in the later, mostly former Ulster Unionist Party activists).

In a debate against Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg, Farage bravely criticised the EU's meddling in Ukraine, a view very rarely stated in Western mainstream media.[3]

Positive signs

Despite the fact that UKIP are essentially useless when it comes down to it, the fact that they are growing as of 2012 onwards and people from the across the spectrum, who have tribally voted for the Conservative Party and the Labour Party for generations, is a slight sign of life in the general population. UKIP are presented to the public by the British press as nationalistic, against the EU and opposed to immigration (with vague, though not overt suggestion that they are somehow "racist" for this). While UKIP doesn't match up to this in practice and these people should be voting for the British National Party instead, the fact that people are willing to look beyond the mainstream for options is encouraging. The problem with British society is that the crippling class system re-enforces the liberal establishment consensus automatically and anything more explicitly ethnocentric than UKIP is portrayed as beyond the pale, associated with "the crude rabble", which the bourgeoise and their immitators are terrified to embrace for fear of social ostracism and loosing "muh shekels".

Jews cried in 2014 when a UKIP MEP tweeted a link to Cigpapers, a blog against Jewish supremacy, on how Harriet Harman of the Labour Party supports paedophilia (while the statement of Harman's support for paedophilia is true, the website incorrectly identified Harman as Jewish; her family are snooty Anglo-Unitarians, nonconformist Protestants in Britain are little better than Jews anyway).[4]

Quotes

Gallery

Videos

Mrs Alibhai Brown had better be warned... @GerardBattenMEP @UKIP
UKIP Nigel Farage on the Iraq War
UKIP - Tories, not patriots
ENGLISH or BRITISH

See also

References

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