The party political broadcast UKIP don’t want you to see – Pride’s Purge


The rise of UKIP into the mainstream is allowing some very dark forces to feel emboldened enough to come out of the shadows, writes Tom Pride – and from the video that follows, it seems clear he’s absolutely correct.

He writes: “Here’s a party political broadcast on behalf of the United Kingdom Independence Party by one of their supporters.

“Be afraid – very afraid (if only of the hairstyle).”

In fairness, UKIP is only mentioned once, although it is clear the person on the video is a supporter. It’s not so much a PPB on behalf of UKIP as ‘With friends like these, who needs enemies’.

[If you want to see the video, skip over to Pride’s Purge. Vox Political had it up for a while but the message it conveys seems contrary to the Public Order Act 1986, which bans the incitement of racially-motivated hatred and it seems better to report it than repeat it.]

If you were a friend of UKIP before you saw that, are you still a friend of UKIP now?

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14 thoughts on “The party political broadcast UKIP don’t want you to see – Pride’s Purge

  1. keltyk

    He represents the feelings of a large amount of people and they are going to vote UKIP. What are we going to do? Calling them racist doesn’t seem to be working any-more.

    1. Techno

      No, because the white, working class man like this feels belittled and insulted by the metropolitan, progressive elite, so belittling and insulting him just reinforces his world view.

    2. aturtle05

      He may represent the feelings of a large amount of people, and they may be going to vote UKIP, but this is only because the grinning fool Farage has been able to manipulate the gutter press and especially the Sun to help him mould their views. The majority of UKIP voters are sheep, they see a man on TV in a pub drinking a pint and say “Oh, he’s just like me”. He isn’t, you have been fooled by a brilliant bit of spin!

      Originally UKIP were formed to protect the UK from the Euro, hence the £ in their logo. The basic premise was, get into power, force a vote on leaving the European Union, win it and resign.

      Their manifesto is one page in a glossy eight page brochure. They have no ideas about protecting the people and businesses of this country, just getting us out of the European Economic Community. As soon as Farage has been faced by someone saying “What are you going to do about immigration?” he asked “What would you want to do?” and this became UKIP policy, as well thought through as a Tory policy.

    3. Tommi

      The problem isn’t the size of the UKIP vote, the problem is that they actually turn out on polling day. Russell Brand performed a great service to the tories by encouraging left leaning people not to vote, lowering the bar for the foaming right.

  2. Welsh wonder

    Pathetic story….desperation setting in? This is about a credible as saying that all Labour & Conservatives are paedophiles because a few have been uncovered. So judgemental.

  3. Chris Kitcher

    Terrifying. The education system has a lot of questions to answer if it produces mindless creatures like this. Surely the police could and should be taking action to protect ordinary people from such as this.

  4. Wayne L

    Do him. Simple as that. Do this b*****d for incitement to murder. It’s on the Net now, and I cannot see why charges cannot be brought against this terrorist – because that is exactly what he is.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      I reckon you’re right to do so. Having had it up for people to see if they wanted to, I’ve removed it from the article and will probably do as you have.

  5. Lynne Ismail

    I also could not manage more than 2 mins. I found it extremely aggressive and vile. The present climate politically is encouraging people with horrible attitudes to rant their bigoted and racist opinions.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Having seen all of it, I spent much of this afternoon discussing it with the police. We’ve had so many uniforms in and out of Vox Towers today that the neighbours probably think I’m the local Kingpin of Crime!

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