21 May, 2019

UK: Yes, Politics Can Make Strange Bedfellows

Posted by Socrates in Brexit, Britain, England, EU, Europe, eurozone, global government, global vs. local/regional, globalization, immigration, nationalism, Open Borders movement, Socrates, sovereignty at 2:31 pm | Permanent Link


“But it looks as though the elite are soon going to be badly stung again. Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party has a jaw-dropping lead in opinion polls for the European elections on May 23rd. If the polls are right, the hate-filled bigot Farage and his allies will ride another wave of racism and xenophobia to victory, crushing both Labour and the Conservatives en route. But here’s a funny thing. Three of the candidates for Farage’s party, Claire Fox, James Heartfield and Alka Sehgal Cuthbert, don’t simply believe in mass immigration. They support completely open borders, without controls of any kind on an influx of unlimited numbers of people from any and all countries on earth. This is because Fox, Heartfield and Cuthbert are part of a “weird Trotskyist sect” once called the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP).”


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