The Conservative party has been deceiving the British electorate for at least the last fifty years.
In past elections, the Conservatives have masqueraded as a patriotic party of law and order and traditional family values. Time and again, they have managed to hoodwink decent, patriotic voters who have been desperate to see a change in direction for the future of the country.
They have also cunningly tricked voters into believing they are a party that would be tough on Immigration. In reality, nothing could be further from the truth! The modern Conservative party is a thoroughly weak and liberal political organisation.
The Conservatives have been in power since 2010. In that time, net Immigration figures into the UK have hit record highs. At an average of approximately 250,000 per year, the net numbers surpass anything in the past by quite some margin.
This is an organised and well-funded Conservative government scheme to change the demographic identity and culture of our country. It has been labelled a ‘Population replacement programme’, which is a very accurate title for it.
Our assessment of the main reason large numbers of Brits still vote for the Tories is basically to keep the Labour party out of office. Here at Patriots’ Voice, we have lost count of the times we’ve been told the following,
“I know the Conservatives are a bunch of no good career politicians who are only lining their own pockets, but I’d rather vote for them than Labour. If Labour gets into number 10 Downing Street, things will be even worse.”
Of course, millions of Brits have given up voting altogether, and election turnouts are usually depressingly low, especially at local council elections.
The First Past The Post (FPTP) voting system used at most elections in the UK is an unbalanced system and doesn’t represent the electorate fairly at all. The much fairer Proportional Representation (PR) voting system that is used in numerous other European countries often results in large numbers of Patriotic Nationalist party candidates being elected into parliaments across the continent. Some of them are in a coalition government, while others are in the position of being the second largest party of opposition. The desire for PR in the UK is growing right across the political spectrum. It is used to a limited extent at regional elections in London, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. However, MPs elected to Westminster, and local government councillors at every level are still currently decided by the FPTP system.
Under the FPTP system, the winning party is usually elected by considerably less than 50% of the voters. In 2015, the Conservative Party won the election and formed the government, but only 36.9% of the people who voted chose to support the Conservatives!
At present, the Conservatives have no real strong opposition on the Patriotic ‘right’ in British politics.
It really is time for Patriotic Nationalists to get serious about building a democratic, sensible, realistic, and well-organised party machine that will be capable of making an impact at election time. Primarily at local council elections initially, in order to build support at the grassroots level as a springboard for greater success in the future.