This was made crystal clear today.
On one side, a man with the cojones to tell it as it is today, Farage, his party and what is the mainstream feeling up and down the land.
On the other side, the left-liberal establishment, three party leaders with no cojones between them who would sell Britain out, LibLabCon almost as one party, the captured media and journos, those occupying key positions throughout the land.
In America, the party or leader who gets in is the one saying put America first. In Australia, the one who gets in is the one saying put Australia first. Only in this land is a leader attacked for saying put Britain first.
Don’t you think there’s something quite twisted in that? Some comments I read:
# I don’t know of any government that won’t put it’s own citizens first, except for some unknown reason our own. Farage is correct, there are some people in this country who hate us very much, there is nothing wrong in stating that however much some people might like to stick their heads in the sand and ignore it.
# Could someone please tell me – what is wrong with what Nigel Farage has said? From the murder of Lee Rigby on the streets of London to the bile spouted by Anjem Choudary and other hate preachers it is quite obvious that there are Muslims living in this country who want to see the British “way of life” destroyed.
Nigel Farage has had the courage to say something about it, echoing what many people in this country feel but are scared to say because of the backlash by all the pc liberals and apologists.
Look how quickly the so-called leaders of the three “main” political parties jumped on the band wagon because they are running scared from the truth of what is happening in this country!
Reuters ran a piece emphasizing that everyone in the country had turned on Farage for his remarks, that they were only a small party anyway who would get very few seats. Then they tried to say he was backtracking because he added – all employment law could do with a looking at.
Is that so? Then why not ignore what Farage said? The reason is simple – he taps a feeling running deep inside the indigenous in the country, plus those immigrants who came to assimilate and play their roles as Brits. UKIP represents them.
LibLabCon represent those would sell out the country, including those happy to hack off a British soldier’s head on a street and bomb buses.
My goodness, the out-and-out misrepresentation is astounding. Kent Online, which should be neutral, is running a poll.
The headline was OK:
Nigel Farage sparks anger after claiming bosses should be allowed to recruit on basis of nationality
… but what a bizarre statement – the country should be able to employ people of that country? Er … any problems with that? Every nation on earth, except Britain, does so.
KOL’s true colours came out in the poll:
Do you agree with Nigel Farage’s race comments?
He didn’t make “race comments” except to say UKIP were colour-blind. Hardly controversial. But KOL know very well that “race comments”, written like that, would make the average person think “racist comments”.
How long is it going to take?