Despite a report in yesterday’s UKIP Daily that the Trump rally has been cancelled, a piece from MBGA by Luke Nash-Jones tells us that the Trump rally WILL go ahead in defiance of a ban imposed by the Mayor of London.
On the 20th of January 1981, in his Inaugural Address, President Ronald Reagan expressed how America must “do whatever needs to be done to preserve this last and greatest bastion of freedom”.
America, we will, despite effectively a threat by our police forces to imprison the UKIP London Chair, Freddy Vaccha; my deputy, Martin; and myself for three months imprisonment, stand firm, and welcome on the 14th of July your choice of president.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan’s Met Police have applied for a Public Order to stop us assembling at the US Embassy, while they will allow far-left groups to nonetheless counter-protest there against us. Despite weeks of pressure from the state, we will not cancel this event. We will stand firm against communism! We will march for Trump, through the streets of London, even if the police block us from the US Embassy.
If the British Prime Minister or Queen visited the USA, can you imagine the chair of the New York Republicans being banned from going anywhere near the British Embassy, or in fact, one side of New York City, in case he gave a short speech in support of the Anglo-American alliance? This is the effective situation with the police objecting to Mr Vachha giving a speech to welcome Donald. I run “Make Britain Great Again” – the British equivalent to the Tea Party – and with the support of patriots within the European Parliament and the London Assembly, my supporters and I will stand firm for democracy, and in solidarity with our American brethren.
We will do so not just out of respect for your democratic vote. Not just because we admire Trump’s stance against globalism and political correctness. Not just because it is the morally right thing to do. But because you truly are the only bastion of freedom in the world today. When we look down that dark tunnel, you are that glimmer of light in the distance. It is YOU, our cousins across the Atlantic, that give us the power to dream of peace and freedom. You help us find the courage to fight against these incredible forces of evil that dominate our land.
It is today I find myself, as subject of the British Queen, looking to our brothers across the USA as the last bastion of not just freedom, but hope for humanity. While Americans look in horror as they observe the expansion of liberalism into California, I know our nation has fallen far further than you probably imagine. Our once beautiful country is overrun by an unholy alliance of Islamism and Marxism. My brothers, I pray you avoid this fate. Your fortieth president’s words almost bring me to tears, “You and I have a rendezvous with destiny. We will preserve for our children this, the last best hope of man on Earth, or we will sentence them to take the last step into a thousand years of darkness.”
We know all to well what horror awaits you if you do not reject the song of globalism. The British Overton window is so far left that Obama looks like a hardcore patriot. The main opposition party rallies under the red flag of communism, singing the L’Internationale song, as their leader poses with statuettes of Lenin.
My family left Zimbabwe, our home for generations, to return to Britain, where rule of law is supposed to exist. Where John Stuart Mill defined the concept of negative liberty, which came to be better expressed in the United States. Where there is the mother of all Parliaments. Now I stand fighting for freedom, while a wave of Koch brothers postmodernist hyper-individualistic snowflakes have thrown open our borders, welcoming in thousands of illegal immigrants as terrorism, murder and rape figures soar. Theresa May has cheated ‘we, the people’, killing democracy, by refusing us Brexit that we clearly voted for.
Terrorist attacks on stadiums, shops, and even the home of the Queen, and the Parliament – our equivalent to Congress – are so frequent that no one is shocked any more. The Mayor of London, who opposes Trump’s visit has stood on a platform 9 times with a radical imam called Suliman Gani, who supported ISIS. He complained to MPs who condemned a hardline Islamic cleric. His own brother-in-law was part of the radical terrorist group Al-Muhajiroun. Khan brushes of these rising Islamic terror attacks as “part and parcel” of city life, while anyone who opposes Sharia law risks imprisonment for up to six years.
Trump rightly claimed London has “no go zones”. Gang warfare on our streets is out of control, as our capital city has a higher murder rate than New York City. Men with machetes and swords walk the streets slaughtering our children, while the police leave the mothers to wipe up their dead children’s blood. We are not permitted to carry a gun to protect ourselves – even owning a knife can result in imprisonment.
Free speech no longer exists in Britain. The police spend their budget on arresting and imprisoning people who make ‘politically incorrect’, conservative, comments on Facebook or Twitter. Your founding father, George Washington said that, “If the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.” London police charged an American lady Amy for wishing someone a “gay day” – she was held in a police cell. The police beat u elderly people who march for freedom.
Melanie Shaw, Tommy Robinson, Emma West, and others have been locked up under Orwellian laws, for calling out the child rape epidemic in these isles, where MPs and Pakistani men have raped thousands of little girls, as councillors and the police, desperate to embrace multiculturalism and diversity, covered up their actions. Judges have dismissed cases, letting paedophiles walk free, because their wives could not speak English, or because they stated such showed understanding of other cultures. Left-wing MP Naz Shah told the victims to “Shut up for the good of diversity”.
I must quote again a speech of Ronald Reagan,
The martyrs of history were not fools, and our honored dead who gave their lives to stop the advance of the Nazis didn’t die in vain. Where, then, is the road to peace? Well, it’s a simple answer after all. You and I have the courage to say to our enemies, “There is a price we will not pay.” There is a point beyond which they must not advance. This is the meaning in the phrase of Barry Goldwater’s “peace through strength.” Winston Churchill said that “the destiny of man is not measured by material computation. When great forces are on the move in the world, we learn we are spirits — not animals.” And he said, “There is something going on in time and space, and beyond time and space, which, whether we like it or not, spells duty.”
From the cesspit of degenerate hedonism, we see that glimmer of hope on a YouTube channel – the news that our state-owned television networks shield from us. We wave the Gadsden flag at rallies across these isles, as police seek to arrest persons wearing red “Make Britain Great Again” baseball caps. Millions of Britons feel the spirit of those men who in 1776 fought for their freedom. Today we face not a question of whether we have representation, but of our very survival!
While the London Mayor’s police force has sought to ban any pro-Trump rally or march, they have allowed numerous counter-protestors to insult you and your President. They have even tolerated a disrespectful “Baby Trump” blimp to fly, but banned the UKIP London Chair from taking a pro-Trump boat down the Thames.
I conclude with words Reagan read in that address, as he referred to the diary of Pvt. Treptow who was killed in World War II. He had inscribed the following pledge, ”America must win this war. Therefore I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will endure, I will fight cheerfully and do my utmost, as if the issue of the whole struggle depended on me alone.” You stood by us in World War II, and helped save Europe. We need you again.