I've often written on here that UKIP needs to broaden its attack. The EU is of course a major threat to our freedom, but it is far from being the only one in town. There's the UN, NATO (chemtrails), Common Purpose, the Family Courts, the paedophile rings that control politics and the judges, the BIS, fluoride in water, the Rothschild Zionists in all their manifestations.
Nigel Farage's reply whenever asked why he doesn't tackle some of these other programmes of the One World Government (all are linked), in the past, said 'UKIP doesn't do conspiracy'.
Is all this about to change and conspiracy to become mainstream? To find Guido writing about Common Purpose, and UKIP to be opening up on a raft of cases where Common Purpose has removed children from families for quite ludicrous reasons, or barred people from jobs, is a first.
(He waited for the Daily Mail to break cover first, it has to be said, and he treads carefully not to be tarred with the conspiracy brush)
The public, given the non-stop giveaway news stories, must now surely be starting to get it. Jimmy Savile hit hard, then the Cameron 'paedophile witch hunt' episode, as the paedophile story nearly broke into 10 Downing Street (and still could). And now this. Surely people can start to join the dots. This is all one programme of abuse of us as a people - of all of humanity by a level of untouchable power that operated in secret for far too long, of which Joyce Thacker is just a snowflake, sitting on the merest tip of a vast iceberg.
Guido still frames the topic as one of left politics versus right, as below, as do other bloggers like Delingpole. But they're all getting much closer to the mark, as if they really know, but don't yet want to run down the chants of 'conspiracy' emanating from such high-brow commentators as Ian Hislop, whose livelihood depends on a long-running BBC contract. The possibility of looking for the overview still rests in the hands of 'conspiracy' fraternity, operating as if on a different planet. They are not. All is one. It's time to join the dots.
Nov 26, 2012