Sunday reflection on Britain

Now why would the Remoaner EC allow this new party, unless they saw the chance of mischief?

There are two things I have against the Nigel Party and the Anne-Marie Party – they’re leader-centric.  In Donald’s case over there, it needed to be, to flush out the swamp but in this case it is counterproductive.

And it splits the anti-globalist side in the UK into three factions.  The only one who most nearly approximates the 2015 UKIP Manifesto, which was very good, is Gerard.  Not UKIP itself, which has largely abandoned the 2015 Manifesto due to its egregious NEC – just its leader, who is ‘good people’.

However, the game is in Nigel’s court, he has the traction and establishment pounds behind him, the establishment now likes him.

6 comments for “Sunday reflection on Britain

  1. February 10, 2019 at 07:26

    And it splits the anti-globalist side in the UK into three factions.

    UKIP had a built-in self-destruct mechanism. They were a single-issue party and after the referendum they became irrelevant.

    But the anti-democratic nature of the British political system makes it impossible for a minor party to get anywhere anyway. The problem for Britain is that voting itself out of the mess it’s in is simply not possible.

    • February 10, 2019 at 09:24

      Yes – not all of it but yes as far as it goes.

  2. James Strong
    February 10, 2019 at 09:20

    How could the Remoaner EC prevent the new party from setting up?

  3. James Strong
    February 10, 2019 at 09:25

    UKIP will never get over the Tommy Robinson problem.

    His time in prison would be mentioned in just about every TV piece and viewers would never hear the details.

    There are so many ‘linguistic kill shots’ (h/t Scott Adams) available to UKIP’s opponents on this issue. And truth or details don’t matter.

    UKIP has committed suicide.

    • February 10, 2019 at 09:28

      Yet Batten is quite right and it’s the best view for Britain. But right and good are not listened to in this country.

      UKIP’s problem is the NEC, that’s where its base was lost.

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