Friday, 3 May 2013

As Predicted, UKIP gain many council seats

As I predicted late last night, UKIP have been getting the results they wanted.

UKIP has won 42 seats so far and is averaging 26% of the vote in the wards where it is standing.

Many in the LibLabCon are calling it a protest vote - I don't think so. At the end of the day, a BNP or UKIP vote is a sign that people have had enough.

These nest feathering mainstream parties are just there to make money, they don't care much about the country - look at the state of things.

The Conservatives had braced themselves for a tough night, with David Cameron admitting that voters liked to punish governing parties between general elections.

The Tories are defending thousands of seats last fought in 2009 - when they were in opposition and when Labour had its worst night in local election history.

UKIP is riding high in the opinion polls and fielded more than 1,700 candidates - three times the number that stood in 2009, when the party won just seven council seats.

So far, the party has won 16 seats in Lincolnshire - where it is now the official opposition.

The party, which campaigns for the UK to leave the European Union, has been polling 12 points higher, on average, than in wards where it stood in 2009.

UKIP's Nigel Farage told the BBC Radio 4's Today Programme that "the people who vote for us are rejecting the establishment and quite right too".

"Three parties, three fronts benches who look the same and sound the same and made up of people who basically have never had a job in the real world," he said.

I suppose Nigel is right, these mainstreams know little about real life, many of them have been born with a silver spoon in their mouth.

Now we are hearing the mainstream politicians say "We need to change", or "We get the message". This proves they have no real policies, just change their stance every so often in order to keep votes and hence keep in power and finally hence keep the big money rolling in.

That's what it is all about, keeping themselves in lavish lifestyles no matter if they wreck our country in the process, I mean look at Blair and how much money he now has since his election landslide in 1997.

I am not sure if I buy into the BNP theory that UKIP have been put there as a watered down version of the BNP to keep the BNP out in the cold.

What I think is that people are seeing the truth of whats going on and seeing that they are fast becoming second class citizens in their own country - with no protection whatsoever from the LibLabCon.

The UK is seen as a cash cow to immigrants across the globe - "The land of milk and honey".

This is the bit the mainstream find it hard to accept, we are being invaded still to this day and when nothing is being done about (and it's taboo to talk about it) is when people will turn to parties that are pro British / anti immigrant.

You never know, as the economy gets into more trouble in the coming years we may see this transfer people into a more robust solution - The BNP.

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