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Old 23-05-2014, 12:33 PM   #13
blackbriar
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As already stated, controlled opposition... giving the illusion that there is some opposition to the one-world agenda.

Political parties that start out in a fringe and protest position, go one of two ways, they either incorporate into the elite (think Lib Dems and their "compromises" made after the last GE) or they disappear. The only way UKIP will disappear now is if the main parties pull their heads out of their arse and get some real magic tricks going with the media for the middle-man and poorer-like-me vote.

IMO UKIP are headed for incorporation into the elite establishment. Giving people the illusion of choice is no choice at all. Whilst I wouldn't want to not vote, I find I will always back the likeliest loser because at least it hammers home the point that not everyone is sleep walking.
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