There are those in all sections of the political and media spheres that continue to claim that a love of this country equates insome way to xenophobia. The BBC, and the Lib Dems in particular, believe that proponents of the view that Britain governing itself is the wish of only some unholy alliance of unreconstructed Little Englanders and skinheads.
Take a look at this video of vox-pops taken at Walthamstow market.
What we see here is that young men and women, as well as a mixture of Europeans and other countries can plainly see (and what the Coalition and their friends in Europhilia coven try to hide) that they have not been fooled and see the EU as the creation of a newform of political dictatorship. They are not Little Englanders, (although fact the only man who seems to fit this bill is the the gentleman at the end of the clip), they are not old, they are not racist, (all the names thrown at opponents of the EU or UKIP). They are deeply concerned citizens who are awake to the dangers we are facing.
The thing about freedom is that it sits in the soul of all those who feel it and they simply know when politicians and their lackeys in the civil service are trying to take it away. And when they see it being attacked, as clearly as they do with the EU, they know they don’t want it. UKIP is at the front of a movement that is rich in our country’s history and its struggle for democracy, the vote and equality. It is a movement that is not going to go away and each day the young and old, men and women, rich and poor, from North, SouthEast and West recognise its powerful message.
The simple fact is that all who live and vote in this country deserve to be taken seriously. That those who live here are well aware of the way in which the EU is stripping away control over their lives. Listening to these articulate and passionate voices you realise that everybody in Britain should have a say in their future.