FOR BRITAIN PARTY
Posted on 12/06/2018
WHO ARE THE ‘FOR BRITAIN’ PARTY?
Chimes Media reporter, James Williams takes a brief look into this new and controversial political movement, For Britain, headed by Anne Marie Waters. Nigel Farage, somewhat treacherously, has turned his back on ordinary people who are feeling what Islam and the colluding UK state is bringing them. For Britain has emerged from the womb of UKIP as a voice for the forgotten. But, is For Britain a Far Right Party? Is For Britain offering a solution or drawing battle lines?
FOR BRITAIN SUPPORTER INTERVIEW
Interview of a For Britain supporter plus a snippet of Anne Marie Waters speaking at a #FreeTommy rally in London.
ISLAM and THE LEFT-RIGHT DIVIDE
Many of the people supporting Tommy Robinson are libertarians, not Far Rightist. Standing against the people are the political classes; the legal establishment and the media. Nigel Farage sides with them. He ‘flip-flops’ whenever the subject of Islam arises. He turns into an ‘eel’, slipping and sliding to avoid giving a definitive answer.
The standard of political discourse has declined badly over the past twenty years. Now, it is not enough to disagree with someone else. Civilized discussion is itself becoming a subversive action.
The current Conservative administration has a feminist prime minister and is as left wing as it has ever been. Radical feminism has close associations with Marxist doctrine. If you are not on board with the globalist Leftist agenda then that puts you in the same camp as the vilified Far Right even if you have nothing to do with them.
There seems to be no adequate definition given by the chattering elites to what ‘Far Right’ means. So, I will try to give one here.
Politics is, simply put, the relationship between the individual and the state (or the collective if you want to call it something else). If you are on the Left, you support significant state control over individuals. The extreme of the Left is totalitarianism where the state governs every aspect of your life.
The Right is minimal state and favours individual freedom over state control. It means that the real Far Right are anarchists where there is no state at all. The Nazis (National Socialists) and Fascists are creations of the Far Left. They wanted and used the state to impose their will on the people. For Britain is nowhere near these positions; nor does it aspire to be.
One common feature of those who want to control everything is that of authoritarianism. It is probably why the Left are in love with Islam. Islam and the Far Left are both totalitarian and both use authoritarian methods to enforce their will. Each ‘dreams’ of their own utopia. The Left longs for a class-free society and fully egalitarian-heaven-on-Earth. Islam intends to establish a global caliphate where Allah’s will is supreme.
For Britain are wanting to stop Islamic authoritarianism being established. Islamophobic? A phobia is an irrational fear. It is not irrational to reject a totalitarian and potentially brutal system of social and psychological control. That seems pretty rational. Furthermore, if you object to the severities of what the caliphate is promising to bring through the Sharia, then supporting For Britain is a perfectly rational choice.
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