Firstly it’s great to see the Kippers support has held up in the weeks since the General Election. The first opinion poll published (YouGov – Sun) shows that while Labour and the Liberal Democras have fallen back slightly, the Conservatives have gained and UKIP are on 13%, the same as they polled in the election.
At thins stage, five years from the next election and probably two years away from the EU in – out referendum this means nothing, but at least it will piss off those antidemocratic, anti-free speech, pro – authoritarianism lefties who predicted UKIP support would evaporate.
And news coming in from abroad suggests the opposition to golobalism, comllectivism and post – racial multiculturalism (to borrow a phrase from Labour’s spin and misinformation department) has the politically correct, Frankfurt school consensus on the backfoot elsewhere.
Le Pen tops polls asFrench Unemployment Surges To New Record High.
Is it any wonder Marin Le Pen’s Front National Party is a) leading in the polls, and b) pushing for an EU in/out referendum? Whatever it is that France (and/or Europe) is doing, is not working. Despite all the promises, French unemployment has risen practically non-stop for 4 years and just hit a new all-time record.
Source: Zero Hedge