Saturday 18 August 2018

Here's a dilemma some may face. 

They've enjoyed Populist Party posts on this page, they heard how the party is growing in Sunderland and they like our policies, but they still look to UKIP to provide the breakthrough in British politics..

We fully understand the reasons for this. People want quick results and a rejection of the Theresa May version of Brexit which ties us to the EU, what some have described as BRINO (Brexit In Name Only).

So people, while preferring our policies, may be hoping for a UKIP comeback in the polls, as that party is well known and (currently) larger. They may dislike the Tories to the extent that they have never voted for them, and if they have it is grudgingly.

So, for those reading this it may be a case of where do I head - Populist or UKIP?

We feel that decision will soon be made for people who like UKIP, but dislike the Tories.

We believe that the Boris Burka enquiry will fall short of expulsion, and that will give him the opportunity to rid the Tories (and the country) of Theresa May through a successful challenge for the leadership of the Conservatives.

We believe that a Boris victory would whittle the choice of UKIP or Populist Party down to one, as he would most likely broker a deal with a Farage-led UKIP (as it will be once Gerard's term expires) to merge into a new Conservative and Independence Party (or some such name).

This makes perfect sense for both as UKIP's version of Brexit is little different (if at all) to Boris's (unlike our Protectionist workers' Brexit).

Boris will wish to remove a potential split vote, and the UKIP MEPs, once they lose their seats after Brexit, will seek to be Conservative-Independence candidates in 2022.

We urge those reading this to pre-empt this likely event by joining the Populist Party, to work to create a new opposition to the Tories that is traditional and worker-oriented, in place of the Labour Party...

Don't wait until UKIP is submerged into a Boris-led Mark 2 Tory party. Act now, and sign up to the Populists.....
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UKIP's forthcoming split - Nigel Farage v Gerard Batten. 

Gerard feels he's been doing a good job, bringing in new people to his party, and preventing them from heading into bankruptcy.
We are inclined to agree.
However, whenever Nigel Farage speaks he makes the news.
Which is why we believe he would win a leadership contest, despite Populist Party leader Russell White conducting a poll of FB friends (Gerard v Nigel who would you choose?) favouring Gerard by 90%
Those UKIP members not on FB have a vote for the leadership too, and they do not get their news from FB, but instead see Nigel's grandstanding performances on TV and make their minds up from that.
Nigel would win the leadership, and if Boris defeats May, to become Tory leader, then the two will begin merger negotiations.
UKIP could firstly split, between the Gerard and Nigel factions, and then dissolve what's left into a Tory-UKIP party (perhaps called the Conservative Alliance?). This is likely because:
1) UKIP MEPs will wish to find seats in the House of Commons (as Tories in all but name).
2) Boris will wish to prevent a split vote between his party and UKIP that might allow a Labour victory (or Labour being the larger party and working with the SNP)
- We say that there needs to be a radical patriot party that:
1) Supports a Brexit which isn't neoliberal or globalist
2) Will take protectionist moves to defend our workers
3) Plans bring British industry back into British ownership
4) Will reform the money lending (usury) system
5) Is ecological, anti-fracking, for a clean earth
6) Will prohibit overseas ownership of our transport,
energy, NHS etc
7) Make the financial sector pay off the national debt, not
ordinary workers.
8) Will keep the UK out of the Middle East wars

UKIP won't be around much longer for the reasons we mentioned above, the Tories will continue to stand for the richest and most powerful, and Labour is due to split between its Blairite Euro-fanatics and Corbynite hard left, leaving "old Labour" patriotic socialists (people like Kate Hoey and Frank Field) without a political home.
Come to us. Build a successor to both UKIP and the Labour Party that will challenge the existing political set up
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