February 12, 2015
UKIP’s deputy leader Paul Nuttell has announced that it is time for a revolution against the Marxists, according to this picture I found on Reddit. I can’t find a link to the actual article itself, though it definitely appears to be genuine, and it is not different in tone than other statements the party has made (though slightly more straightforward, to be sure). It may, however, not be recent; I’m not sure.
The article describes the rise of cultural Marxism, even implicitly stating that this was started by Jews, referencing the flight of the Frankfurt School from Germany following the dawn of the Age of Hitler.
Though UKIP is focused on an anti-immigration platform, it is definitely a right-wing party. Definitely closer to libertarianism than fascism, but the important fact is that a UKIP government would not press for the suppression of speech in the way that current moderate conservative and liberal parties are in the UK. If we have our speech, we always have a chance, but when that’s gone, things become very messy.
UKIP’s position against the agenda of political correctness is reason enough to support them, even if you disagree with all of the rest of what they stand for.