With the collapse of the British National Party and the absence of any truly nationalist alternative rising to take its place yet, currently the best political party in Britain with any clout is the UK Independence Party. While they are only quasi-nationalist, they, in stark contrast to David Cameron’s “talk a good talk and then do the opposite” conservatives, appear to be genuinely honest in their concern for the British people and in their opposition to Marxism and Globalism. They can thus be likened to the UK version of Ron Paul, especially since their ideology could be described as mild libertarianism, only with an entire political party’s infrastructure behind them and without Paul’s open-borders nutjobbery. There was a round of local government elections in the UK earlier this month in which UKIP made huge gains, picking up 139 seats on local councils. 76% percent of the people who voted for UKIP did so based on UKIP’s anti-mass immigration stance, surprisingly beating out UKIP’s anti-EU stance in popularity, which came in at 59%. This is a good sign for UKIP in advance of 2014’s general European elections. UKIP currently holds 13 of 69 UK MEP seats from the 2009 EU elections. UKIP has a YouTube channel for video clips of their MEPs making statements in the EU Parliament, including this gem:
First of all, bravo to Mr. Bloom for referring to himself as a radical instead of a conservative. There’s little left worth conserving in the West, and what little there is remaining, the conservatives are eagerly helping the Left to destroy, so reject that label. Radical, Traditionalist, and Nationalist are all much better.
Secondly, he uses a very apt analogy to describe the current attempts to save the EU financial system: they are like redesigning a concrete airplane by moving the chairs around. But the complete economic failure of the globalist schemes will not stop them, because it was never about economic success in the first place. The EUSSR’s goal is political – the destruction of the European peoples and their national sovereignty. And so they will keep doubling down on their failures, because their Marxism demands it. The solution is the dissolution of the EU, which (surprise, surprise) UKIP supports doing.
And thirdly, how far we have fallen. In 1850, fractional banking was a capital offense in America; in 2008, the banking cartel collapsed the American financial system with fractional banking, got trillions in free money from the taxpayers, and not a single banker even went to jail.