Well the votes are in, and UKIP have done very well indeed, taking about 25% of the votes from the about 25% of people who could be arsed to go and vote, which by my reckoning means that about 6.5% of the country voted for Farage. Is that really anything to be proud of?
The Tories took a good spanking, so they’re all very happy, Labour won a few and lost a few, and as for the Lib-Dems, who really cares.
What I think it does demonstrate is that in this fake democratic system, the people can still be made to believe they can make a difference, Not that UKIP are the answer to all of our problems, take away Nigel Farage, and what are we left with, a few old has-been Tories with a different coloured rosette.
I really like Farage. I’ve met the man and he certainly has great charisma. To watch him tear into Van Rompuy or the awful Barroso is a joy, and on the surface, his stance on the shameful Euro NWO test run is spot on. However, my concerns over UKIP really came to a head when Farage helped Neil Hamilton onto the National Executive Committee.
There are a lot of things I hold Hamilton accountable for, but by far the worst is making Tatton available for Osbourne to worm his way into Parliament. Hamilton has had a very colourful past, links to Jimmy Goldsmith, remember him and the Referendum Party, that’s the same one old Alistair McAlpine was involved with. Not forgetting that he is also a close friend of recently arrested actor Bill Roach.
God, I’m boring myself now, just Google Neil Hamilton, it’s all there, let’s get back to the elections.
So, UKIP have made great gains. Cameron is wringing his slightly moist hands spouting the the same old stuff, “lessons need to be learnt”, “we’ve got to engage with the people again”, blah de blah.
I’ve been around for far too long to believe any of this nonsense. No political will ever solve the problems this country is in, they never have, and indeed they never can. Don’t you get it, they are controlled by the very people who created the problems. We stagger from election to election acting out the charade of choosing the government or council or whatever, being conned into trusting this bunch of hypocrites, when above them there are the controlling elite, manipulating the whole soap opera of real life.
If Farage is genuine, and I really would love to think he is, he will never be allowed to get into power, it’s all just part of the big con. Sacrifice a few minor politicians now to make it appear that we can change things, then come the next general election, it will be the same old, same old.
Am I becoming a bit cynical in my old age?