Tuesday, 14 March 2017
Nigel Farage and Marine Le Pen: Breaking barriers
At a time when Marine Le Pen, Geert Wilders, Frauke Petry and many others share a platform to challenge the status quo, it would be inconceivable that those who share aims and purposes could be divided or even working against each other.
We should look forward to the day when UKIP itself comes to its senses and stop peddling the lies and misconceptions of the so called mainstream political parties.
We look at membership policies of UKIP that incidentally coincide with discriminatory policies implemented against minority parties. As the main financial supporter of UKIP has his membership suspended and is looking forward to leave UKIP and create what is being called UKIP 2.0, the party should realise that it cannot complain about political exclusion when UKIP itself is implementing political exclusion.
Unless all Nationalists come under the same flag, there is no hope in hell of seeing a Nationalist Party taking the reins of politics in the United Kingdom and especially when some so called Nationalists like SNP and Plaid Cymru are seeking to divide the United Kingdom to become subjects of an increasingly centralised and despotic European Union.