Nigel Helps Police with their Enquires
There is no doubt UKIP can rejoice in their success in last nights poll. They have touched the heart of England, and I mean 'England,' in similar vein to the Scottish National Party in Scotland. In many an Englishman's heart their concerns have been pushed aside for immigrants arriving on these shores, for which the indigenous population have been called 'racist,' their dislike of same sex marriage has been ignored in spite of so many objections, and 'Human Rights' being abused by thugs and murderers and Islamic preachers has been a bone of contention often raised but ignored also. In the eyes of the English voter he is a stranger in his own land. He sees the Scots given preferential treatment, the 'Daily Mail' says so, benefits cheats abounding while his work is underpaid. On top of this the EU costs him cash and the politicians spend more time shoveling cash to their friends rather than dealing with the Englishman's needs.
He knows all this is true because the right wing media, the one he reads, tells him so!
Daily he reads of millions of Romanian, Bulgarian, Polish, African, Afghans amongst the many arriving, here receiving payouts greater than his wage, houses better than his and if he objects he is called 'Racist.' The paper speaks daily of EU waste, fiddling MP's and local authorities and makes clear he is the one paying for it all. The Englishman, who sees his home as his castle is frightened by this.
The media intended him to vote Conservative by peddling all this misinformation, half truths and downright lies. Instead along comes an everday bloke like Farange who speaks their mind, drinks a pint, smokes, and tells the EU what he thinks of them. "He is one of us!" they cry!
Of course he isn't. Farage is another well educated rich man who knows how to play the system, a rebelrouser who shouts the Englishman's wishes. Those wishes are for fair treatment and a government that listens to them. That does not exist today.
The Scots cannot understand Nigel and his party because it is an English party, not a UK one. Scots have a more egalitarian approach to life, this comes from the hardship of past years. The use of utilities for the whole nation not just a few shareholders goes down well up north, aiding the needy is a part of society. The Scots are more left of centre than the English they are predominately right of centre. Add to this politicians from well to do backgrounds, with Oxbridge accents, no life experience to speak off, people full of ambition to be number one or make the most out of the job and we have a parliament out of touch with the real world.
No wonder desperate people, lied to daily, see Nigel Farage as a man who can speak for them.
UKIP, that should in my view be EIP, have shaken the parties, especially the Conservatives. There is every chance Nigel and his men could be in the House of Commons in a years time and that will be fun. The response of the various parties after a result in which they have been hammered is always the same, no matter how good or bad the spokesmen always tell how well their party has done and just how much support there is for their policies. I am reminded of the leader of the Scottish Communist party appearing on TV in 1968. That year the Scottish National Party made a huge breakthrough by winning something like 325 seats at the local elections in Scotland. The Communists had one man elected in somewhere far to the north, Inverness I think. The Communist leader took this opportunity to read into the election of one man as a sign that "The Scottish people are turning to us as they realise Communism is the way to go." The 325 or so SNP seats were ignored.
The party spokesmen have been floundering today, blame has been sent around and only one thing remain the same, the media accept no blame for anything at any time! The media, desperate for money and supporters of the Conservative Party have inflamed the English nation. This has hurt their party dearly. From tomorrow the papers will do their best to sell to the UKIP support while not hurting Cameron's chances in 2015, such two faced action is not beyond them.
Will Farage really change the nation? Time alone will tell, but as Scotland will vote for independence in September only England, an Wales and Northern Ireland need worry.
Did I vote for Nigel? Don't be silly!