UK Indepence Party Under Attack by the Queen's Men
May 22, 2014 • 10:01AM
All the Queen's horses and all the Queen's men, couldn't put the Empire back together again

The UK Independence Party (UKIP), which is expected to win the upcoming European Parliamentary elections in the UK (the first time in over 100 years that a party other than the Tories or Labour will have won a nationwide election), has come under attack from the Queen's operatives in the UK and internationally. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, in a pre-released speech he was scheduled to deliver yesterday to the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) denounced UKIP for undermining the "political consensus in this country that Britain's future lies as an open market economy." As if the "open economy" promised any hope for the future, Osborne called for the UK to "Reject the forces of pessimism on the left and the populist right. Reject their anti-business, anti-free market, anti-jobs agenda which tries to play to the politics of anger."

The UKIP and its leader Nigel Farage have campaigned fiercely against the EU, and have leaped in the polls as the economy has tanked and the major parties offer no solutions. Although playing on anti-immigration sentiments, demanding a restoration of immigration restraints removed under EU mandate, some in the party have supported Glass Steagall, and Farage blames the EU for creating the crisis in Ukraine.

Even the FT admits: "The Conservatives are bracing themselves for a drubbing in the European and local elections as many of their natural supporters turn to Ukip."

As reported in the LaRouchePAC press release on the Queen's war on LaRouche and the world, UKIP's website was one of those taken down by the hacking attack on May 20 against the Nationbuilder server, which also serves the websites of LaRouche Democratic candidates Kesha Rogers and Michael Steger. Nationbuilder reported that "We are reasonably certain the attack is directed at one of our customers for their political beliefs and is meant to disrupt upcoming elections," with some twitter chatter naming UKIP.

It sounds like the British Monarchy is worried that there are forces internationally that intend to bring the British Empire down, Lyndon LaRouche commented yesterday.

The NY Times joined in the attack on anyone opposed to the Queen's policy for Europe, with a front-page piece yesterday on the fact that the so-called right-wing parties of Europe are largely united in denouncing the drive for war on Russia. They report that "Nigel Farage, the leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party, a group zealously opposed to the European Union and a critic of American foreign policy, is already engaged in a bitter feud with Ms. Le Pen [of France's National Front]. But Mr. Farage and Ms. Le Pen have at least found some common ground on Russia. The British politician recently named Mr. Putin as the world leader he most admired as an operator but not as a human being, he told a British magazine. 'Instead of being stuck inside an outdated customs union, we should be free outside of the EU to negotiate our own global trade deals with emerging economies like India, Brazil and China.'"