The globalist, anti-white media is crowing about the seats Labour picked up in Britain’s June 9 elections, and cackling over Prime Minister Theresa May’s failure to gain seats in what she had anticipated to be an opportune moment to consolidate power for the Conservatives.
Nonetheless, Labour will remain in the minority, May will stay at 10 Downing Street, and the Tories still get to call the shots in Parliament.
So who’s the real winner in the British snap elections? A small political party founded by a stoutly anti-Papist, anti-Sinn Fein Bible preacher.
In 1951 the Rev. Ian Paisley had founded the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster in opposition to the inroads theological liberalism had made into the Presbyterian Church in Ireland. He and his small band of followers were also persistently vocal about the inroads made by the Vatican into Northern Ireland, and he theorized that the European Union could become a mechanism for future Vatican domination of Europe.
In 1971 Paisley founded the Democratic Unionist Party in order to promote unionism, which in Northern Ireland refers not to trade unions but union between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom. The Northern Irish Protestants are strongly attached to the British monarchy, British identity and nationalism, and the Protestant monarchy. The alternative to Ulster unionism is Irish nationalism, represented by the Roman Catholic majority in the Republic of Ireland to the south and by the Irish Republican Army, Sinn Féin political party, and centuries of bloody conflict in the streets of Belfast and elsewhere in Northern Ireland.
Ulster loyalists have been associated with the far right, while the IRA has been associated with the far left. Witness the imposition of mass Third World immigration into the Republic of Ireland, for example, as Ireland literally tries to create a category of black Irish.
While outflanked on the right by some of its more ardently loyalist paramilitary and political organizations, the Democratic Unionist Party nonetheless strongly supports Brexit, is Euroskeptical, and is opposed to gay marriage and abortion.
Because she failed to garner an outright Conservative majority on June 9, Prime Minister May needed a handful more votes to form a working government. Enter the DUP, whose 10 seats in Westminster will give May the votes she needs to effectively govern. How exactly the DUP’s votes will be coordinated with the Tories remains to be seen. One possible arrangement is known as “confidence and supply,” where the smaller partner gives its votes on a vote-by-vote basis. The bottom line is that the DUP is going to hold a lot of leverage over policy decisions in the UK over the next few years, and that is good for Ulster unionists, the entire United Kingdom, and pro-white, anti-globalist Christians everywhere. Having the DUP as a vital coalition partner in Westminster is akin to the last sane era in American politics when Dixiecrats held the decisive votes in the U.S. Senate.
The current leadership of the DUP may not be “our guys,” but you know the DUP must be pretty good when the Leftist editor of The Guardian publicly freaks out about their new role on his Twitter feed and British anti-white SJWs are already planning a protest against the new government.