More Brits are turning to the UKIP, which has made it a goal to escape the grips of the EU. However, it is Liberty GB which addresses the issue of Islamization head-on.
Enza Ferreri made a case for Liberty GB earlier this year by comparing and contrasting the party to UKIP:
“What’s wrong with UKIP? UKIP understands the problems of immigration, but doesn’t deal with them effectively. Freezing it for 5 years is not enough.
“What about the immigrants already here and their successive generations? UKIP has no answer to that. Liberty GB will deport illegal immigrants, expel foreigners found guilty of imprisonable offences, examine the case of legal immigrants living in Britain since 1997, expel foreign imams and home-grown hate preachers, help repatriations, demand that immigrants assimilate into British life.
“UKIP’s website has hardly any mention of Islam, and the party is hesitant in recognising that the problem of the Islamisation of Britain exists. Liberty GB clearly declares in its manifesto that Islam is incompatible with our democratic system, and has many policies dealing with its threat.”
The approach of Liberty GB to Islamization is “zero tolerance.” The party has recently posted its “New Islam Manifesto,” a far cry from the dhimmitude we see from current leaders in office like David Cameron, who sends Ramadan greetings and insists that Islam has nothing to do with Islamic terrorism.
Liberty GB’s introduction to its manifesto:
“Most reasonable people now recognise that Islamic expansionism and belligerence pose a growing threat to Britain’s security and freedom, and that the weakness of political leaders in the face of this threat only emboldens those who would transform and destroy British society.
“It is against this backdrop that we have revised our Islam manifesto to offer a zero-tolerance alternative to the policies of concession and appeasement favoured by the established parties. Quite simply, if we want our children and grandchildren to live in freedom, then Islamisation must be halted and reversed, and it must be done soon.
“These new policies were written by Liberty GB Policy Officer Steve Evans, in consultation with the Party”s Executive Council.”
Click here to read the manifesto itself. Is it too much? Or just right?
For now, it is UKIP that is making headway at the polls, upsetting the security LibLabCon had in their hold on voters. Paul Wilkinson wrote about the recent upset when UKIP finally won in a national election:
And more on British politics from Wilkinson: Britain Has Lost Its Moral Compass.