No vote is wasted
ON Saturday, members of the all-inclusive, equalityfirst, holier than thou Labour party attended a socialist-supporting rally in Birmingham.
For once, though, they weren’t crowing about this multi-cultural event all over social media.
The likes of Labour front benchers Jack Dromey – aka Mr Harriet Harman – and Tom Watson were oddly quiet on the Twitter and Facebook front.
Maybe that was because the audience at the Islamic community centre in Hodge Hill was segregated – with women shunted to one side.
Which isn’t very “equal” to me.
As ever with the Labour party, it is a case of “do as I say, not as I do”.
A party preaching equality that happily sits among and addresses an audience that puts females in a different class. YOU wouldn’t expect me not to say “please vote for UKIP in the General Election on Thursday” – but I’m going to explain why, too.
The UK Independence Party has done more to realign the political system in Great Britain than any other in the last half century. How so? We’ve made the so-called major parties actually THINK.
We’ve also made them – forced them through public support – to do something that really doesn’t come naturally. Which is to make them LISTEN to the people who put them into office. The people who pay their wages, meet all their expenses, and rightfully expect
on the back of that for their views to be considered at the most uppermost reaches of power.
Yes – that’s YOU. A taxpayer. A person of opinion. Someone who cares one way or the other. A voter.
Unlike other parties, UKIP likes voters. We respect voters.
Your opinion is just as important, just as valid, as mine.
UKIP’s aim is to put every man and woman of this country back in charge of politics.
Away from David Cameron’s self-serving Toffs.
Away from Red Ed Miliband’s champagne-quaffing socialists.
Away from whatever it is Nick Clegg says he stands for today.
Just the way it should be – politics for, and by, the people.
And in doing so, UKIP really has changed the political conversation.
Forget the noise you hear from the rest of them and think about this.
Without UKIP, all you would hear now is Labour banging on about the NHS which they themselves started privatising – instead of the uncontrolled immigration problem which Labour now admits it created.
Without UKIP, the Tories would still be pretending it wasn’t their mates in the banks who buggered up the nation’s finances, when of course it was.
But now – thanks to UKIP – there is real conversation taking place in boardrooms, university boards, unions and bars, about where this nation is headed.
The future of our membership of the European Union is now a question finally on the drawing board – but only, ONLY because UKIP pressed for it to be there.
Five years ago, at the last general election, which no-one won, remember, no matter what David Cameron likes to think, we were clearly a nation divided. I think that’s changed. UKIP is not going to be forming a Government on Friday morning.
But it IS going to be influencing the way politics works in this country and that is because of YOU, the voter.
Don’t listen to yawning old arguments about wasted votes. There really is no such thing.
Every single vote for UKIP has helped to change the dialogue of this country – and for the better, too. So, yes, please – vote UKIP. And get yourself heard.