Tuesday, 25 June 2013
NIGEL FARAGE CONFIRMS THAT UKIP IS BRITISH NATIONALIST - NOT ENGLISH NATIONALIST!
Much of the media focus on UKIP recently has been about the rough ride that they got in the recent Scottish Parliament by-election. Despite all the flack (and publicity) and also their huge efforts and vast expense they achieved a very modest result.
More interesting from the English Nationalist point of view though is what standing there demonstrates about UKIP's credentials as, in any sense, an English Nationalist party (which is something that has been trumpeted whenever it seemed likely to give them electoral advantage).
So I am glad to see that Nigel Farage, in his very own words, has dispelled the myth that he and UKIP might be interested in English Nationalism (as anything other than a willing donkey!).
NO English Nationalist could possibly have been quoted saying this:-
"Aberdeen is as much a part of my country as Axminster, Aberystwyth or Antrim," Mr Farage added. After being heckled by the protesters last month Mr Farage said: “We have never had a reception like this anywhere in Britain before. Clearly, it’s anti-British and anti-English. They hate the Union Jack.”
Here is a link to the whole article. Click here >>> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/ukip/10126648/Nigel-Farage-Scottish-protesters-were-a-feral-mob-of-subsidised-students.html