The UKIP despises the British people
Many poor Britons are being fooled into thinking that foreigners are their main problem.
No, their main problem is wild (uncontrolled) capitalism and greedy billionaires who want their taxes to be cut whereas people belonging to the lowest classes struggle hard to survive.
Following Margaret Thatcher, the NHS has been being constantly privatised in a (not so) subtle way.
Its budget has been reduced to such an extent that in many specialised sectors such as dentistry, waiting times before seeing a doctor can all too easily reach one year.
Consequently, all people who can afford it go to private doctors whereas the poorest ones must accept to powerlessly watch their health degrade.
A true popular party claiming to serve British citizens (most of whom belonging to low and middle classes) ought to take that into consideration.
Far from wanting to combat these injustices, the UKIP longs for making the situation considerably worse.
Nigel Farage and his underlings want to (ultimately) completely abolish universal healthcare in Britain and replace it by an American-like insurance-based private system (their lame denials do not change anything to the picture).
Scaremongering as a distraction from the real culpable
They use a heinous rhetoric for duping people into believing that foreigners are the main cause of their problems whereas it is in fact the crying inequalities resulting from a badly regulated free market.
Consider the recent statements of Farage:
“Here’s a fact, and I am sure the other people here will be mortified that I dare to talk about it. There are 7,000 diagnoses in this country every year for people who are HIV positive. It’s not a good place for any of them to be, I know.
“Sixty per cent of them are not British nationals. They can come into Britain from anywhere in the world and get diagnosed with HIV and get the retro-viral drugs that cost up to £25,000 per year per patient.
“I know there are some horrible things happening in many parts of the world, but what we need to do is put the NHS there for British people and families, who in many cases have paid into the system for decades.”
While he skilfully shaped his utterances to make them sound more respectable, I think that the content remains absolutely shameful.
Think about it for a while. Banksters plunge countless lives into an unspeakable misery through their reckless actions and they don’t have to give anything away from their wealth.
There’s little doubt that some of the foreigners taking advantage of HIV-treatments are abusing the system.
But the harm they (indirectly) inflict to British households is negligible in comparison to that stemming from immoral millionaires and billionaires.
Abusing the Christian faith
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said his criticism of ‘HIV tourists’ is not at odds with a Christian attitude and that Christians should put their countrymen before immigrants
Nigel Farage has said his comments about ‘HIV tourists’ are perfectly compatible with a religious outlook, claiming that it is “a sensible Christian thing to look after your family and your own community first”.
But asked on Saturday whether his views were compatible with a Christian outlook, Mr Farage said: “What good Christian would say to an 85-year-old woman ‘you can’t have breast cancer treatment because we can’t afford it’, whilst at the same time shovelling a billion pounds on foreign aid, allowing people from all over the world to fly into Britain as health tourists get an HIV test and drugs over £20,000 a year?”
Speaking to Sky News he added: “It is a sensible Christian thing to look after your family and your own community first.”
Mr Farage said that he regarded himself as a Christian, despite attending church only a “few times a year”, and insisted Britain should maintain its cultural position as a “Judeo-Christian” country.
Here’s my response to his rhetorical question I emphasised.
What good Christian would prevent the weakest members of his society from taking advantage of a decent healthcare just for allowing a bunch of greedy people to get even richer?
I don’t know Nigel Farage deeply enough for judging him as a moral person.
But I strongly doubt he’s a real committed follower of Jesus of Nazareth who kept preaching against failing to feed and help the poor.
The return of Robin Hood
Nigel Farage is an impostor. He steals the money of the poor to give it to the rich.
What modern Britain really needs is the Robin Hood of the legend.