PAT CONDELL TALKS ABOUT VOTING UKIP – Since being able to vote; which was very long time ago, I have always voted Conservative. Many of you might be questioning how on earth could I vote for a political party where I spend so much time admonishing in the press?
The answer is simple really, I am, and will always be, a firm believer in democracy, the right of free speech and freedom of the press and when I view something as wrong I will with fervor attack it.
My political views are not based on conjecture, empty promises, lies or deceit but by action that makes sense and where my democratic rights are upheld. Isn’t this what Britain is about?
Of late I have openly attacked the Conservative Party as I feel they have become inept, corrupt and obtuse to the needs of the British people. It now simply appears that their only interest is handing the reins of power over completely to Brussels where none of the politicians are duly elected by the British people.
In the video above Pat Condell talks about the current political climate and how critical the next General Election will be to the British people. Currently we have two main choices, either Conservative or Labour. Yes there are other parties such as the Liberal Democrats and the UKIP but both these have never really been taken that seriously by the voting public.
Pat Condell is right in his analysis that we are at a ‘cross roads’ in British history and the next vote will determine whether we are fully swallowed by the dictatorship and totalitarianism of the EU or once again Britain will become an independent state that controls its own laws and policies.
As a voter of conscience I can no longer vote Conservative. I simply refuse to support any party that would like nothing more than to control the press, support secret courts and provide more power to the EU; which can only result in the UK being overrun with immigrants, criminals and welfare scroungers that will, in the very near future, tear the UK apart.
The Tories have become very desperate of late and their actions clearly displayed their desperation as the wheeled out Ken Clark, a staunch supporter of the EU who feels that the EU must have full and unequivocal control over Britain, in an attempt to beat down the UKIP by calling them ‘racists’ and ‘fruitcakes’.
During Ken Clark’s rant there was nothing, I mean absolutely nothing, about addressing the issues that the British public have and considering Ken Clark’s history in politics clearly shows that the Tories are completely devoid of any fresh ideas or will to turn Britain around and firmly place the Great back into Britain.
The Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats want to make the issue of immigration a racist one, but this has nothing to do with racism; it is purely about controlling who and who may not enter the UK and right now, due to the farce of control from the EU, we can’t even deport known criminals and terrorists. We need a change and we need to be able to openly be able to discuss immigration issues without the likes of Ken Clark or his cronies telling us we are racists.
Nigel Farage, the leader of the UKIP has been accused of being racist, of allowing ex-BNP (British National Party) members to infiltrate their ranks and while a very small number has been exposed Nigel Farage has taken direct action by removing them as UKIP candidates; this is a damned sight more than the Tories, Labour or the Liberal Democrats have achieved and to this day still have ex-BNP members on their back benches.
The Right of Free Movement is nearly upon us and regardless to the fact that David Cameron doesn’t have the slightest idea (or he’s deliberately hiding the truth) regarding the number of Romanians and Bulgarians that will flood the UK, Cameron and his Coalition partners refuse to tackle the problem head on.
It appears madness to any sane person on the street as to why we cannot deport known criminals and terrorist but due to the stranglehold that the EU has over our legislative powers we are unable to deport them. Our continued and extended membership into the EU will only bring about more control where politicians can continue to ignore and patronize the British public and when the end comes all of them, including Clark and Cameron, will be sitting pretty with cushy jobs in Europe while the rest of us will be left with a completely broken system and where our streets are dripping in crime.
We often fear what we don’t know or don’t fully understand and in this case the UKIP is a relatively unknown quantity as they have never had power. However I am now driven by a greater fear that is one of crystal clarity in knowing that if I were to vote Tory, Labour or Liberal Democrat I would be selling the UK to Europe and once this happens the only recourse would be to jump ship and swim for the nearest shore where Europe doesn’t have a grip.
I think Pat Condell really sums up the whole situation by saying that this really is our last chance to claw back power from the self-elected criminal organization we call the EU. Already, as Pat points out, the EU is directly responsible for 75% of our legislation and if we do not pull out then Britain will cease to be a nation of independence.
In concluding I would have to say that the time is upon us to put aside our fears of the unknown and take a chance that the UKIP will deliver good on its promise to pull away from what is nothing less than a conglomerate of self-appointed commissioners who seek absolute power. Of course like any power hungry individual the old saying rings true in that ‘power corrupts and absolution power corrupts absolutely’.
I for one will take the leap of faith because quite frankly when you look at the other parties, knowing the damage they have caused over the years there really is no other choice.
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