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Does The Rise Of UKIP Mean That The British Are Really Free To Govern Themselves?

Published on 14 October 2014, by M. Tomazy.
Western democracy is, for the most part, a depraved form of plutocratic rule. The corporate-owned mainstream media oligopoly and the state-controlled education system indoctrinate the plebs with the idea that government is in the hands of the people. Then the people are offered a choice among mainstream parties owned and paid for by the money power: the banks, the global corporations, and the politically engaged billionaires. What those mainstream parties offer are interchangeable platforms dressed up to appear in the public interest but designed to serve the interests of  the money power. Only if public pressure for significant deviation from the plutocratic line becomes intense will the leadership promise a change of course, a promise more often than not to be honored in the breach.

In Britain today, the contradiction between the interest of the money power and the people is stark. The people of England, like those of most other European states, are the victims of an ongoing genocide by mass immigration, multi-culturalism and public policies that depress the fertility of the indigenous population. The process has already gone more than half-way to completion in the cities of London, Leicester and Luton, and Birmingham, England's second city where only one school-age child in three is ethnically English, will soon join the list.

United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP)
Public opposition to mass immigration has been loud and clear for decades and now totals 70% of the population, including the majority of immigrants. At the last election the current Prime Minister said that the problem must be "gripped." But clearly he is a liar or a feebleton without grip, since net immigration to the UK today is at an all-time high.

In the past, the only political party in Britain that campaigned against mass immigration to Britain was the British National Party (BNP), a near Nazi outfit almost certainly run by MI5, which, at the last election, threw whatever chances it had by means of a series of truly bizarre antics by the party leader, Nick Griffin, antics that could only have been intended confirm the mainstream media claim that the party was a neo-Nazi outfit, led by loons and buffoons surrounded by knuckle-dragging thugs.

Now Britain is witnessing the rise of a new anti-genocide party, the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP), which is a much more serious contender than the BNP, having just won the national elections to the European Parliament. Moreover, the party leader, Nigel Farage, has given no hostages to fortune in the way of fascistic remarks or loony behavior. On the contrary, he speaks of immigrants and of Europe from whence most immigrants to Britain come, in terms of friendship and reason.

The question, then, is this: does UKIP represent a real opportunity for the British people to put some meaning into the term "democratic government," or is Farage programmed either to take UKIP down at a critical moment, or to transform UKIP into another agent of the plutocracy once ensconced in power?

It will be interesting to watch as next year's national election approaches. So far, Farage has offered only straight talk and good sense, suggesting both sincere patriotism and an intelligence in excess of that of the combined IQ of the mainstream party leaders.

Source: CanSpeccy