On the eve of election day many people will be wondering how to vote. If you are a confirmed EU-sceptic you will be considering one of two options, either UKIP or the Conservative Party.
Others will be considering what to do and may have been taken in by Nick Clegg’s performance on the televised leaders debates. Some may be thinking of voting for the Green’s or other less savoury parties if they want to break away from the larger parties and show their disdain for the others, whilst some may stay with Labour going on the basis that it is better to stick with the devil you know. However, in reality there is only one way people can vote if they want their country back, which of course is to vote for the UK Independence Party - a vote for any of the other political parties is a wasted vote.
Although seen as a party that leans towards EU-sceptiscm, the Conservative Party in reality is a pro-EU party. It was the party that forced us into the Common Market without giving us the real truth for what was ahead - even though its leader of the time, Ted Heath, knew the end result was to be a single country called Europe. The Conservative Party is also the party of the Single European Act and Maastricht. The Labour Party have also lied about the EU. It signed us up to the Treaty of Nice enabling the EU arrest warrant and paving the way for Corpus Juris which is the EU system of law and not to forget Gordon Brown’s betrayal by signing the dreadful Lisbon Treaty.
A Liberal Democrat Government would be an absolute disaster, they would give everything to the EU in the blink of an eye. This then leaves UKIP, the only moderate political party that will take Britain out of the EU and restore Parliamentary sovereignty and democracy.
For many of us in the anti-EU campaign UKIP can be the only option, sadly, and despite UKIP technically being the second placed political party after last summer’s European election results, the press and media are studiously ignoring UKIP and promoting the three pro-EU parties.
For this reason this coming general election is going to be an unimportant election, possibly the least important ever as nothing will change irrespective of which of the other three parties wins as millions of people will go and waste their votes on the three parties that will keep us in the EU which will not allow those three parties to govern as they see fit - they will be forced to obey the EU.
What little sovereignty we have left will continue to leach away to the EU, nothing will change because the people making our laws are in the EU and unelected. Sadly, changing people’s voting habits is a long term job, I am not sure we have the time to see this change through, but we have to try which is why I am standing for UKIP once again. Maybe we can make this unimportant election important by voting UKIP - as long as people don't waste their votes on the political parties who are happy for the UK to be governed by the EU and those none of us elect.