“Clearly there is a dissonance between what Ukip supporters believe the party stands for and reality.”
By Prue Plumridge
The UKIP campaigned on an anti-europe ticket.
My question is:
If they are anti-europe why have they not declared their position on the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership currently being negotiated behind closed doors?
They have been surprisingly quiet on the issue. Now why could this be? It would have been a powerful weapon in their campaign against the EU.
Let’s remember that Nigel Farage’s great hero is Thatcher.
Her pursuit of the neoliberal ideologies of deregulation, privatisation and trade liberalisation have left behind a destructive legacy which we are now more than ever reaping the consequences of. Time will prove (I am certain) Farage’s hypocrisy and deception.
We should be clear that the UKIP are libertarians who believe in free market economics and this is the economic model currently being promoted by an unelected, undemocratic cabal of EU commissioners who are negotiating a trade deal with…
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