One of the arguments I am disseminating regularly these days is that a vote for the United Kingdom Independence Party, notwithstanding the obvious deficiencies of its platform, is the most productive for a Brit who loves not just his country but his people. As usual this argument is framed within the English context. It goes something like this, as posted this evening on the thread to Janet Daly’s current DT piece, The Tories can win if they put real people first:
There are two issues arising from Janet’s analysis.
First, the Conservative Party is a party of the City, big business and, like the other two mainstream parties, global elitism. These are the interests Conservatives serve today. They cannot turn to serve the people without turning away from their present beneficiaries. They will never willingly do so.
The only event that can produce change here is the confiscation of any potential Conservatives possess to form another government. If Conservatives are sufficiently electorally degraded, the political right will re-form - it must. And that’s where the people’s interests come into the equation, for no party will gain support by openly declaring for narrow elite interests.
That is why a vote for UKIP is the most valuable vote you have.
The second question arising from Janet’s article is this: who are these people she refers to? We no longer live in an England of distinct class interests; we no longer live in a white England but in a slowly browning England. The immigrant populations do not have the same interests as the English - the exact opposite, in fact.
So the problem for the right is this: it can serve a people but not the people ... not all the people. It cannot serve two masters. Thus the will to political power necessarily becomes entrapped in the rising racial consciousness of the English people. The more awake are the English, the more the right must reflect that in its politics.
In the absence of a nationalist revolution, this is the way to the future life of ethnic England. It is deliverable. It may be the only possible result of all the dynamics in play at this time. If not ... if it fails, the next grab for English freedom and life in the MultiCult will be the final one; and it won’t be political at all.
Now, if one accepts the logic here the next thing to watch for is how successful UKIP is in the run up to the 2015 election. If the support achieved at the last round of by-elections is maintained or increased the destruction scenario can become a reality for the Tories. Yes, general elections are a much more difficult ask for a minor party than mid-term by-elections. Yes, David Cameron will be able to nibble away at the softer end of UKIP’s support by his “negotiations” over a new relationship for Britain within the EU. But still, the damage that has been done by Cameron to his party is unprecedented - he truly is to Conservatism what Tony Blair was to Labour. I find it hard to believe that he will not pay some substantial electoral costs.
Of course, I may only be grasping at a few nationalist straws. What else is there for an Englishman to do, frankly?