The Establishment Parties are Dying

March 31, 2019

 

 

The establishment parties have looked redundant for a long time now. They are far detached from their original purposes, and abandoned their grassroots decades ago. Labour; originally a party to represent Britain's industrial working-class, is now just a party machine for promoting the mantras of equality, diversity and borderless Britain. The Conservative party; in past years a party for traditionalists and social conservatives, is now just... a party machine for promoting the mantras of equality, diversity and borderless Britain.

 

It goes without saying for our Scottish and Welsh readers that the SNP and Plaid Cymru have become even more ridiculous and redundant; nationalist parties based on the ideal of independence whose main goal now seems to be to shackle their countries to the EU forever!

 

These parties are dead and defunct, entirely unable to represent any sort of coherent political position never mind the British people more generally. Yet they continue to linger on in their zombified state, propped up only by the threat of each other which, so far, has deterred their voters from turning to alternatives.

 

The vote to leave the European Union has however finally broken this lazy complacency and exposed the total inadequacy of the establishment parties. The parliamentary paralysis over the Brexit negotiations has laid bare the gaping gulf between the political class and the ordinary British people they are supposed to represent. A majority of the British public wish to leave the EU, yet parliament overwhelmingly does not, and that is a very odd situation to have in any democracy.

 

Whenever a party system becomes redundant, eventually it will collapse and a new order will replace it. This is how the Labour party first came about, when the old Tory-Liberal dualism ceased to be relevant at the beginning of the last century. By the same token, today's Labour-Tory dualism is defunct and ripe for replacement.

 

We are at a point in history where there is therefore great opportunity for a new political formation to fill the gap in British politics and create an entirely new dynamic to sweep away the dominance of Labour and the Tories. To fulfil such a role it must be a socially conservative, patriotic party that upholds the role of the nation state and all that entails: sovereignty; borders, national infrastructure, industry and rich social bonds.


It won't be an overnight revolution. If a snap election is called this week as senior government figures have hinted at, then it will return a Labour or Conservative government. Parties riding on a largely single-issue Brexit ticket will get a little mileage out of it, but not much, and none have even risen above single figures in recent opinion polls.

 

What is happening in our political system is more fundamental than the question of Europe. The Brexit debate has brought to the fore a much deeper battle for hearts and minds between what are essentially two Britain's.

 

There is the Labour-Tory Britain: a rootless, borderless, atomised, fragmented, multicultural, de-industrialised, federalised, corporate service sector vassal state of the EU. Then there is the Britain that the silent majority long for: a Britain that is Sovereign, Industrial, United, Democratic, Traditional and Functional; that is something like the country that we used to know.

 

It is this Britain that we as a party stand for, and that is why we have developed our Ten Point Plan to rebuild our country, summed up below. We have a growing membership across the UK and are prepared to contest elections at the local and national level with a view to building as a serious and electable alternative to the current, failing establishment parties. Now more than ever we need a voice for the silent majority who wish to reclaim their country.  

 

1. UK Unity

2. Leave the EU

3. No More Referendums

4. End Mass Immigration

5. Rebuild Infrastructure

6. Rebuild Industry

7. Fiscal Responsibility

8. Family Values

9. Get Tough on Crime

10. Protect Free Speech & Liberties

 

 

 

 

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