I’m the anti-establishment and pro-Brexit candidate taking on the establishment parties (Conservatives, Labour, Greens, and the anti-democratic Lib Dems) in the Hornchurch and Upminster constituency at the general election on the 12th of December 2019.
Your support will help me to compete against the establishment parties.
There should be a level playing field in elections but I have contested parliamentary elections where each of the large parties will regularly spend between £50,000 and £100,000 for each constituency.
I'm looking for help in paying for about 50,000 high-quality leaflets to be sent to each household, just like the other parties.
Your help will be greatly appreciated, and any money raised will go only towards the parliamentary election in Hornchurch and Upminster.
The British National Party is the original Brexit party, and we have campaigned against a political union in Europe since 1982.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, told everyone that we would be leaving the European Union on the 31st of October 2019.
Furthermore, he said that he would rather be dead in a ditch than ask for a Brexit delay.
However, it did not happen because he’s still alive!Brexit Betrayal
The Conservatives have had three and a half years to get us out of the European Union, and yet we are still in it.
Theresa May had her slogan - No Deal is better than a bad deal - but still could not get us out of the EU.
Now Boris Johnson has his slogan — Get Brexit Done — but has effectively abandoned Northern Ireland as part of his weak ‘Brexit deal’.
The Labour Party promised to respect the result of the referendum but now says it wants the option to ‘remain in the EU’ on the ballot paper of a second referendum.
A second referendum is anti-democratic because we have already decided to leave in the EU referendum 2016.
It's democratic to implement the result of the 2016 referendum.
Despite promising to respect the result of the EU referendum, the anti-democratic Liberal Democrats want to revoke Article 50 and remain in the European Union.When a democracy refuses to implement the result of its own democratic voting system, it ceases to be a democracy!
The political establishment doesn’t want any Brexit at all.
That’s why after nearly three and a half years, we are still in the EU.
The ruling elite hopes that people will get fed up, and they will abandon their desire for independence.
Furthermore, the outgoing European Council President Donald Tusk has interfered in the forthcoming general election by urging Remainers not to give up on stopping Brexit. Why I'm standing in this election
The UK should have left the European Union on 31st October 2019.
I’m the only true Brexiteer in the country that is willing to face the establishment parties in the general election 2019 with no reservations, restrictions, or excuses.
People are assuming that Brexiteers will be voting for the Tories — not true!
Many Labour Leave voters will never vote Conservative.
One such Leave voter told me that they would rather cut their arms off than vote Tory.
Similarly, many Conservative Remain voters will never vote for Labour or the anti-democratic Lib Dems.
For these voters, party loyalty is more important than their views on EU membership.
Another assumption is that all Conservative MPs will be Brexiteers —not true!
For example, the Tory replacement for Anna Soubry in the Broxtowe constituency is Darren Henry, a Remainer!
Therefore, you cannot trust any of the establishment parties - that’s why I’m standing in this election!
I’m the only candidate that demands a REAL Brexit!
Boris Johnson’s appeasement has emboldened the European Union, making it think that we don’t have a backbone.
As explained in the video, the UK needs a simple trade deal with the EU — without political union.
We should say to the EU: What tariffs do you want to put on our exports to you?
If it’s 10%, then we will put 10% on your exports, and if it’s 20%, then we will put 20% on your exports to us.
The UK is the largest export market for the European Union.
We pay £1bn a month for the ‘privilege’ of running up a colossal £80bn trade deficit with the EU.
So, a trade war would hurt them more than it hurts us.
The solution is a zero % tariff rate, which would solve the Irish border problem.
However, the European Union will only agree to this if we have ‘regulatory alignment’.
In other words, they want us to have automatic alignment with EU rules on social security, the environment, state aid, immigration, and a whole host of other regulations.
It’s all part of the European Union’s desire to create a European Empire, which is hell-bent on destroying the sovereignty of all member nations.
We should tell the EU that the integrity of the UK is not open for negotiation, and we don’t want ‘regulatory alignment’ — a euphemism for political union.
So, Boris Johnson’s deal is not a real Brexit — it’s a Brexit in name only.
Let’s have a real Brexit and use the £39bn saved to help the NHS and eradicate poverty in the UK.