In the days since the UKIP leadership result was announced, much frustration has been voiced by the supporters of John Rees Evans and Anne Marie Waters, with the former leaving the party, and second saying she is “not sure” whether to stay.
There are even claims that the election was rigged, even suggestions that ballot boxes were stolen, though despite Henry Bolton OBE being a surprising result to many, including myself, not one person has managed to furnish us with evidence to back up these allegations of foul play. Moreover, if one is to criticise Remoaners as undemocratic for rejecting the result of the EU referendum, or if one is to oppose the totalitarianism of Islamofascism, one can not then deny the will of the members of UKIP who have clearly voted for Bolton. He has the right to wear that crown.
Concerns have been expressed in the Twittersphere regards Bolton’s dropping of UKIP’s policy of an immigration cap. Further, supporters of AMW question if he will share their position on Islam. I would have preferred Kurten take the helm, but the people have spoken, the election has happened. MBGA News will humbly continue drawing attention to the dangers of cultural Marxism, knowing the time will come when Britain will elect either David or someone similar.
Further, whatever political idea you wish to promote, I am going to leave here a thought. Some people no doubt will reject it without due consideration of merit, hurling insults, perhaps those on social media who think they will catch me out. However, the point I make remains valid.
I will tell you a story. A family is away for the weekend in North Wales, seeking to climb Mount Snowdon. The ages and abilities vary. There are the frail but wise grandparents. The teenager who often hits the gym. The little baby. This is the British family on a journey to our future.
Now, would an energetic teenager be well positioned to lead the party if he, map in arm, was to charge off quickly up the mountain past, disappearing off into the distance? The majority left behind would come to a fork in the path and without the map, not know which direction to proceed. With this approach, each at their own pace, the party would soon separate and fail. This is a failing in team-work.
We are a nation brainwashed by fake news of the BBC news and other culturally Marxist outlets. Universities have propagated postmodernist cancer. To those few who swallowed a red pill and are awake, do not expect others to immediately see what you do. Whether you believe in God or not, the account of Christ’s patience with his followers as they learnt his principles should humble us all.
I really feel there is too much needless drama, egos, which effectively seal defeat, because the Marxists would seek to “divide and conquer” but they find the former already accomplished. As a young man, in my early twenties, assigned to a project associated with the MOD, part of my training was to be led up a mountain, in heavy rain, along thin ledges, with deep drops, and then to be left with just a map, compass, and the instruction to get our team back to base before dusk. Egos were certainly bruised but back we made it as one team; all of us. I see correlation here to our struggle for survival as a nation.
From this experience and many other hiking and camping trips, including in the South African jungle, I know that, and this is the IMPORTANT point, a good leader only moves as fast as the slowest in his team is able. You do not leave even one man behind. If we ignore this, the jihadis will win.
There is a need to recognise where the people are, their concerns, their fears – here the Overton window is relevant: the ideas the electorate are open to. Clearly even the majority of UKIP members, while certainly concerned about terrorism, were not open to the concept of an anti-Islam party, so whatever speculations there be on the future, the broader electorate certainly is not so inclined. Otherwise, Britain First or Liberty GB would be in Parliament.
The nation is certainly very distressed by FGM, child rape gangs, and Islamofascist terrorism, and we are prepared to vote for change, even protest. In fact, we, the good people of Britain are yearning for someone to push their concerns, to be our voice, as due to the politically correct climate many are silent with fear of loss of the very employment from which they feed their families. However, understandably the people of Britain strongly support human rights, including freedom of religion, which is enshrined in English/Scottish law, in our “Constitution” as such. Therefore, the message that would appeal is that which opposes those specific Islamist acts, the indirect result of which very likely would be an effective ban on various non-peaceful extremist religious sects.
I have often said I fear England will cease to exist in my lifetime, and of course, the orienteering party must reach the end before the darkness sets in, but remember that phrase, “less haste, more pace”. In these urgent times, may we not forget that people hate, even resist, change. I hope that when the day comes that history of these times is studied, they do not say we were too stubborn to work with the people and their voice.
STOP using a sledgehammer! Whatever political idea you seek to push, think of crossing a wide river, from the current political circumstances to where you want Britain to be in say 5 years – will you make an energetic run and fail as you splash into the water, or will you find stepping stones? Of course I make edgy comments, but the intent must be to push the Overton window, and not to make some impossible attempt to leap beyond it. What a waste of time, money and energy that would be!
To those who wish to win this culture war, our message must reflect the position of the people and the law of the land – “We firmly support freedom of religion, and the role of Christianity in making us the greatest culture in the history of humankind, with a fine moral code that must be defended – religion may only practised subject to British law, and it is not racist but right, ethical, proper, noble, inherently British, and in this Marxist climate, rare, courageous, and valiant, to demand that those laws be consistently and firmly enforced against FGM, child rape, and terrorism, whatever be the religion or race of the criminal.”
This approach, well presented by David Kurten, may perhaps not be all that the supporters of Anne Marie Waters want, but it does not conflict with their desires, and is a move in the direction they wish, while more significantly, it would draw broad support of most Britain. This is the ONLY way we will stop Islamofascism!
Thus in conclusion, the fact that only four years ago Bolton left the most ardently pro-Brussels party, the Liberal Democrats, remains a concern to me, because unlike the Tories or Labour, the yellows do not have a strong history of struggle between Eurosceptic and Europhillic factions, but are thoroughly globalistic.
However, if Bolton follows through with his proposal of Kurten as deputy, and members unite, rather than splinter off, UKIP will have certain purpose as it will rise in this time of uncertainty over Brexit, as a courageous lion to roar, to defend our culture, to hold Theresa’s feet to the fire.