Will The US Openly Support a Racist?

Originally posted on May 7, 2015

The United Kingdom (Great Britain) will be holding their general elections. One party that are considered by many as being a strong contender are the UKIP party.

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UKIP Has Changed Britain’s Conversation. Now It Needs a Big Win.

‘In an election where neither the governing Conservatives nor the opposition Labour Party is expected to command a majority, this has become one of the most closely watched districts in the country — a critical test case for a populist, anti-immigration, anti-European Union party that could yet cost Prime Minister David Cameron his job.

UKIP, pronounced YOO-kip, is fielding its fullest slate of parliamentary and local candidates yet across the country (among them a former actor in pornographic films known as Johnny Rockard). Although polls suggest that it could win about 12 percent of the national vote, it might end up winning only two seats out of 650.

But by splitting the vote on the right, analysts say, it could deprive Mr. Cameron’s Conservative Party of at least two dozen seats and potentially the ability to form a governing coalition.

UKIP stands for United Kingdom Independence party. They were founded in 1993 by the Anti-federalist Party.

Initially the primary objective was to withdraw the United Kingdom from the European Union and at the time of going to press, the leader of UKIP is Nigel Farage. He was elected in 2010. His future in the party is currently in doubt, as he has threatened to quit if he can’t ‘win a seat’:

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Knowing the ‘strong alliance’ between America and Britain, one can’t help but ask the question, will the US senate accept Nigel Farage, if he is actually elected for role of prime minister of the UK? It is not like they actually have anything in common. UKIP are notorious racists and Obama – well he is not, is he?

Well, first we ought to look at the policies of UKIP. According to the Telegraph, those policies are set out as follows:

On immigration – UKIP would leave the European Union, in order to “take back control of our border”. UKIP intends to issue work permits in order to control and/or limit immigration. Foreign professionals would be required to meet a preset criteria in order to work in the UK, such as holding relevant professional qualifications and be able to speak a ‘acceptable standard’ of English. Those foreign workers must also secure accommodation and employment before entering the country and they must have private health insurance. Health insurance is also a requirement of all visitors and migrants alike however, after 5 years of paying NI (national insurance) and tax, those migrants would then qualify for NHS care.

UKIP would like to re-instate an old piece of legislation called the ‘Primary Purpose Rule’ which required foreign nationals to prove that the purpose of the marriage was not to obtain British residency’.

Amnesty for immigrants who have lived in the UK for 5 years, will no longer be an option under UKIP.

Whilst Nigel Farage himself agrees with the original ideas of offering asylum to refugees, the UKIP party did not, and suggested that Muslims should be offered asylum in other countries.

EU students are to pay the same tuition fees as international students. Currently the fees are capped at £9,000 however that would then become nearly £19,000.

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The question most people are asking is, how likely is it that Nigel and UKIP will rule the country of Great Britain? Whilst many people claim it is unlikely, nevertheless UKIP are doing much better than anybody ever thought they would. Nigel needs to get at least 100 seats in order to make a majority.

According to ‘The Australian’, UKIP have obtained 11% and 15% respectively ‘in most polls’.

Important to note however, is that many British citizens do not want UKIP in the hot seat, due to controversies over their racist attitudes.

Though he denied claims he is a racist, Dave Small refused to apologize for the many racist comments he is on record as saying. He was expelled in 2014. some of the things he is on record as saying are:

“Women should not be playing football. A woman’s place is in the home. They should either be in the bedroom or in the kitchen.”

“I visited the city of Birmingham recently and felt like a foreigner in the city of my birth, all around me I could hear the sound of jabbering in an alien voice. Mr Cameron tell me why?”

“Our once great country has become the dust bin for all the world-wide money grabbing scum.”

“Why on earth is this useless Goverment pandering to Puffs? I refuse to call them gays, as what has gay to do with Perverts like Elton John and Clair Balding who get their jollies in such disgusting ways. to sum up, they should not allowed to be married, they should go back to the closet.”

He seems nice. Perhaps this is just one guy though? That is possible isn’t it? As Guns N Roses sang ‘Why let one bad apple spoil the whole damn bunch?’. Just a quick note. The spelling mistakes in those comments are purely those of Dave Small.

Well, Aiden Benoit said:

Islam makes money on everything that is Halal certified which goes to their courses so everything you buy your giving money to Islam. so your paying for them and you don’t even no because they do not tell us!”

“i will make sure if i ever see halal products they get damaged or left out to go off i dont wont this c**p in my shops.”

“makes me sick the foreigners are lazy no every time how to get out of work cry rasits when it doesent go their way. they fill up houses, and the NHS and bring criminals here.

“We dont need them! theirs lots of Enlish people that wont a job… send them all back.

Speaking of English, Aiden, looks like you could have benefited from the odd lesson here and there.

And Ken Chapman is on record as saying:

Islam is a cancer that needs eradicating multiculturalism does not work in this country clear them all off to the desert with their camels that’s their way of life”.

Rozanne Duncan claimed she didn’t like ‘negroes’ but couldn’t explain why.

James Elgar once tweeted: “#ThingsAsianBoysDo groom and rape underage white girls, stab and rob innocent old white people, bomb innocent white people #EctEctEct

Incidentally, going back to the English language James, it’s ETC not ECT, short for etcetera. I forgive you for not knowing how to spell that, but to then to go ahead and spell the abbreviation incorrectly, is quite unforgivable.

Andre Lampitt: “Most Nigerians are generally bad people… I grew up in Africa and dare anyone to prove me wrong.”

Okay Andre. I only know a couple and they are beautiful people, but clearly you know best.

Joseph Quirk:“Well, I reckon dogs are more intelligent, better company and certainly better behaved than most Muslims.”

You must know an awful lot of dogs.

Ron Northcott: “Asian Muslims groom our white girls, now they rape our boys. Jordanian Paralympians commit sex offences. We need to reclaim our country”.

Godfrey Bloom: “How we can possibly be giving a billion pounds a month when we’re in this sort of debt to bongo bongo land is completely beyond me,”

It would appear that simple geography is beyond you Godfrey.

William Henwood said that (Lenny) Henry should move to a “black country”, after the comedian said there should be more black and ethnic minority people in creative industries.

Gerard Batten believes that all UK Muslims should sign up to a special code of conduct, and wants mosque building to be banned across the country.

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Okay, now all of the above mentioned have been removed from the party (or resigned as most of them are claiming. You decide which) and Nigel himself claims UKIP is not a racist party:

‘The UKIP leader concluded: “I don’t care I you disagree with us, I don’t care if you think we’re better off being governed by Cameron, Clegg or Miliband, I don’t care if you think uncontrolled immigration is good for Britain, I don’t care if you criticise us for wanting to be a free independent country, and not under that flag, anthem and preposterous president whose name no-one knows.

“I don’t care what you call us. You can call us right-wing, left-wing, you can call us small-minded – I don’t care what you call us. “But from this moment on please do not ever call us a racist party. We are not a racist party.”

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Clearly, Nigel doesn’t care. And why should he? Well because the UK’s strongest (allegedly, the jury is still out on that one) allegiance is to America and every policy and opinion that UKIP displays flies in the face of the America that Obama is creating or at least, is trying to create. The US opened up the southern borders to immigrants. Obama-care has made it easier for people to get insurance, not harder. Obama wants college education to be free to all students. And of course, not forgetting that most important issue for the President, his Muslim heritage.

Whilst the issue of UKIP leading the UK is very much in the air, should they join forces with the SNP (Scottish National Party) that pipe dream could very well become a reality.

Where would that leave the US/UK alliance?

On visit to U.S., Britain’s Farage criticizes Obama and Republicans

“I see an American president who doesn’t actually have the courage to address the essential issues of why those three people were arrested on the streets of New York yesterday,” he said, referring to three Brooklyn men who were charged on Wednesday with trying to aid Islamic State.

“Do you remember the Reagan Democrats?” Farage asked at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), which has drawn more than a dozen potential Republican presidential candidates.

“I don’t think at the moment the Republican Party is attracting those kinds of people,” Farage said.

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“America has lost authority because if you think of all of the horrible things that have been going on over the course of the last month or two, where has Obama been? On the golf course,”

“… he comes back and makes a press conference. But whether people agreed with what American presidents did or did not do, I think America’s standing in the world is really somewhat lower than it was because of your current president.”

Farage called 2016 Republican presidential prospect Jeb Bush a member of the “Establishment.”

 “He represents the Establishment. He represents more of the same,” Farage said. “He represents the kind of Republican following of Romney, who is not going to reach those voters I spoke of earlier. Democrats have an advantage here with the changing population, so for the Republicans to win they need someone who is actually going to inspire people, and I’m not quite sure Jeb Bush ticks that box.”

Farage also blasted former CNN host Piers Morgan, a left-wing UKIP critic.

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So not only not caring, not thinking either. Sounds like true Prime Minister material.

I would like to take this moment to sincerely apologize to everyone that UKIP has offended. I can not imagine how it feels to be the recipient of them and regardless of whether ‘the few’ have now left the party, that damage has already been done.

On the other hand though, Nigel is not wrong when he talks about some of the things both the Democrats and the Republicans have done. I don’t mean blaming Obama for every single bad thing that has ever happened to/in or because of America, but he is right in that following the same path only leads to the same destination. It is time for change and many people around the globe understand this. I personally don’t believe UKIP are the party to instigate that change though.

And he is right about Piers Morgan. Best thing Piers ever did, was leave Britain.

Let’s imagine that UKIP are in fact, NOT racist. On the face of it, the policies they hold seem very good. Don’t we all want to be assured that our doctors/nurse/surgeons etc are fully qualified in their area of expertise? Of course we do.

Isn’t it fair that those who come to study in Britain, should pay the same fees as those who live there? Well, yes.

But how will America respond, should UKIP get voted in? To date, and I have said this many times, Britain has been America’s bitch for too long. How would UKIP change the dynamics of that relationship?

Interesting, isn’t it? According to alternative media the European Union are not doing terribly well in avoiding controversy themselves over the years:

Exposed: The Nazi Roots of The European Union

www.prisonplanet.com

Italian Riot Police Remove Helmets, Join Anti-EU Protesters

http://thefreethoughtproject.com

Leaked Obama “Trade” Pact Exposes Assault on Self-government

http://www.thenewamerican.com

Thousands in Germany Gather to Protest the US-EU Trade Deal

http://anonhq.com

Germany, to Protect Migration Rules, Supports UK Exit from EU

http://www.voicesofliberty.com

Is it possible that UKIP have the right idea? Do they believe that the EU might just be part of the greater plan to eradicate sovereign states, to create a ‘One World’?

What about the racist allegations? Imagine for a moment that those comments were made by people paid to slur the UKIP name. Doesn’t that change things? We know that these things are happening. Those people are called instigators and we have read reports of how these instigators have been planted during the Ferguson riots and now the Baltimore protests.

As the elections get closer, we shall report further on the other parties and ask: Which is the lesser of all the evils?

 

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