But will we see Nigel in Westminster?

I watched the full Nigel Farage ‘Leave’ video as posted on the Guido Fawkes website, and my daughter commented, rather shrewdly, that he is a good politician, and a great speaker, but he just doesn’t have the backing, as a Party, to make a difference. The ‘Leave or Remain’ Referendum is a case in point; UKIP as a part of a ‘Leave’ Coalition, has a place; but as a wider Party within the United Kingdom?

I would love to see a change in voting patterns, but the British voter has too many entrenched ideals and attitudes to swerve away from their inbuilt prejudices; prejudices which have been built over generations, to allow a Fourth Party, and one which is perceived, wrongly in my own considered viewpoint, as of the dreaded ‘Far-Right’ persuasion into the bargain; to emerge as anything more than a minor irritant upon the face of British politics.

There is too much cash from big business, on the side of the Tories, and there is too much cash from the big Unions, supporting even Corbyn’s Labour Party stragglers, to even allow UKIP to gain anything past a minor foothold in the body politic which is Westminster. I would love to see change, but I see it as possible only within the lifetime of my grandchildren.

3 comments for “But will we see Nigel in Westminster?

  1. Hereward Unbowed.
    November 17, 2015 at 11:29 am

    During the most recent 2015 General Election, standing as prospective candidate for Thanet South was one Nigel Farage. Wherein, the establishment unleashed all the forces of darkness to preclude Farage’s entry into Parliament when it looked to close to call they resorted to the old tried and tested…. “losing some ballet boxes” – well…………… how bloody convenient was that?

    The EU it’s little helpers in the Electoral Commission are able to block the real democrats and Farage is one of these. In direct contrast…… but the Electoral Commission sat on their hands, tossed it off and spent months navel gazing after the Tower Hamlets voting debacle a shameful episode in gerrymandering, voter intimidation and malpractice – it tells you all you need to know about so called ‘democracy’ in this banana republic – aka Britain.

    Farage, in Westminster would just have been the start of a glorious new beginning, simply put – he had to be stopped – bamster in the White House and the shith**ds in Brussels decreed it and if you think I am joking….no way.

    They are honestly sh*7 scared of Farage and his band of realists and democrats [us lot] – it is the same with Marine Le Pen in France.

    • November 17, 2015 at 12:25 pm

      Thanet South was a disgrace. For the Tories to know the count at 11.38 p.m. and pretend it was their good polling was rubbish. Especially as the boxes weren’t opened until around 2 a.m. And as you say, the losing of ballot boxes too.

      Many of us cannot see that a govt could act illegally like this – dodgy tactics, yes but not plain illegal. Yet there was much illegality. Then semi-illegality of the EC in the name of that UKIP type party in the Euros at the top of the paper.

      What I think people cannot come to terms with is that the Tories could go that far to ensure a win. Sure, induce the SNP scare so people run to the Tories but actual ballot fixing?

      • Hereward Unbowed.
        November 17, 2015 at 2:53 pm

        There is only one type of politician in Britain – scum suckers both – either Tory or lavs, both are two cheeks of the same arse.

        The Tories installed another ‘anti’ Europe but pro Brussels liar, MacKinlay was born in Chatham and was ex UKIP himself – no doubting it, it was a clever choice but with the support he received ……….surely that was never a level playing field. Indeed, because the Tories piled into Thanet South and even the Democrat party sent over it’s useful idiots to canvass for the Cultural Marxists um red lite rosettas – Brussels Internationalistas.

        There is a bigger play here James, Farage worries people over the pond – Soros and his crew of OWG freakos.

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