Ukip, Tories and ‘Johnny Foreigner’

UKIP has certainly stirred up the Tories and loosened Cameron’s grip on his party. Setting parliamentary hysteria aside, what do UKIP actually stand for? Are they really anti-EU? Have they challenged the capitalist nature of the EU? Where is their opposition to rapid privatisation under the EU? They’ve criticised the effects of membership on the wages of workers in Britain, but where are their policies to regulate cheap labour?  They want more of it. There’s nothing about protecting trade union rights. In total they play on people’s discontent, but have nothing to offer us except a worse scenario of deeper cuts now. Where are their policies to protect British industry? No parliamentary party has a strategy for manufacture in Britain. UKIP’s ideas are all second hand, dusted off and taken down wholesale from the shelves of right-wing think tanks.

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The EU's vaccine export ban is potentially a genocidal policy, an act of an enemy. There are still remainers who would have us back in. The SNP & Alba after breaking up Britain would seek membership of the gangster EU.
Better together! Oppose the EU!

Scientists for Britain@ScienceBritain

The EU wants to impose a vaccine export ban without saying it’s a ‘vaccine export ban’.
As usual, they play with language to deny their most unpleasant motives.

There have been numerous calls for Sturgeon to resign, on the grounds she has misled parliament. The workers of Scotland now should give the SNP it's marching orders, for attempting to create division in the British working class.
https://youtu.be/Zu9kQgy1TN4

The defence & foreign policy review is to cut military personel; though total speding will increase with a focus on the technology of war: nuclear weapons expansion, development of bio-tech, cyber warfare, & artificial intelligence.
https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.theguardian.com/politics/2021/mar/15/five-areas-of-interest-from-uk-defence-and-foreign-policy-review

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