Wednesday, 21 January 2015

How to resolve UKIP's internal policy divisions

When asked difficult questions, UKIP canvassers should  say:

"Don't worry about it. Just look upon UKIP as a stick to beat the LibLabCon with. You do want to beat the LibLabCon, don't you? Well, if you do, then we are the biggest stick around if you want to hurt them as much as you can. If the LibLabCon gave a damn about your concerns about immigration, there would be no demand for an anti-immigration party would there? What we want is for principled LibLabCon MPs who care about the long term national interest to defect to UKIP, not pretend that UKIP now have all the solutions.

As for the disagreement between those in UKIP who want the NHS to be privatised or remain free for all, let us not go there, because ex-Labour Kippers and ex-Tory Kippers will never agree on this.

Getting into a fight about this like getting into a fight over what we will do when we arrive in a habitable planet before we even have a space-worthy vessel.

Help encourage LibLabCon MPs to do so by voting UKIP even if you don't think much of the UKIP candidate standing in your area.

We are not going to pretend that things will get better immediately even if you vote UKIP, because the problem of democracy is too bone deep.

It is probably true that voting UKIP is the act of threatening that you are prepared to cut off your nose to spite your face, but the best threats are the threats that you never  have to carry out.

Let us now begin to make that threat loudly, regularly and consistently.  

The person who really does have all the solutions is of course Claire Khaw - the Chinky bird Kerry Smith was referring to - and, to prove how not racist we are, UKIP NEC are now getting the necessary agreement to for her to tweet for UKIP in an official capacity. You may be aware that she has been saying that the Equality Act 2010 should be repealed in its entirety and that no fault divorce should be abolished together with the welfare state that we can no longer afford."

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