Tuesday, 10 May 2011
UKIP MEP Marta Andreasen has called for Nigel Farage to step down as leader of UKIP.

It is time for change. Mr Farage has abjectly failed to deliver and is not leading the party on the course to victory. Even he must recognise this fact.

I am calling on him to step down as Leader of UKIP and make room for a new Leader who resonates more with the public and who will move us forward to where I know we should be.

UKIP can become an even more significant and powerful voice of dissent towards the UK government’s ongoing capitulation to the European Union. It should also build on articulating the concerns of the Great British public on a number of home policy fronts. With the Liberal Democrats in free-fall, Labour in a mess and the Conservatives popularity on the wane, there are opportunities to be grasped.

I do not believe that these opportunities will ever come to fruition with Mr Farage as Leader.”

If this resonates with others, it might provide an opportunity for UKIP to evolve into a serious Counterjihad party. But who could lead it to that new dawn? Pandya? Probably seen as too untested. Monckton? Pleasure to listen to his mellifluous voice but he'd probably be seen as too much of an out-of-touch aristo. Plus, he seems to obsess about the global warming issue and doesn't have much to say about immigration or Islam.

2 comments:

F***W*T TW****R said...

She wants the limelight then. She should perhaps have motivated the people here and be the savage dog to the UK parliament and let Nigel concentrate on europe.
She lacks one feature that Farage has in bucket loads though. He inspires. She doesn't. Shame, she has courage and a cracking mind but lacks charisma. Completly.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

She's also Argentinian. Part of the way out of this has to be an appeal to primordial instincts of patriotism. It's hard to believe an Argentinian would be able to do that in the way it needs to be done.

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