Skip to comments.What the Tea Party can learn from UKIP
Posted on 05/14/2014 3:21:23 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
Look out, European Elites: the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) led by Nigel Farage, whose main focus is to force Britain out of the European Union, is riding high ahead of the May 22 EU Parliamentary vote. Watch one of the most powerful political videos I have seen in ages, which was launched last month by UKIP. The UKIP has been rallying support on many of the same issues that Tea Party and other traditional Reagan conservatives are concerned about in the U.S.a declining middle class, stagnating wages, unrestricted immigration, an expanding dependency class, and affronts to national sovereignty.
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The UKIP and the Tea Party can learn from each other.
Naturally, all these commonsense ideas are branded “racist” and “radical right-wing.” Sound familiar?
There is a new wind blowing—and it will blow away all the Socialist experiments and the one world concepts—it will hit the whole world, one nation at a time. Nationalism will surface and remake the world. The corrupt old dogs and elitists will have to bend before the new forces or be forced from power. Failed policies must be set aside and new ideas, based on core beliefs, will be tried. Some of these may not work but many will. Look what is happening in other lands? China? Russia? Brazil? The world will be a very different place in 2020.
UKIP is BRILLIANT. They attack immigrants from Eastern Europe, because there are no law JAILING the UKIP people for doing that. Attack Muslims, and it’s a hate crime, attack other Europeans...still ok (for now).
...of course EVERYONE in the UK knows that UKIP will be closing borders to people from a LOT MORE places than just Poland, if they get power.
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