posted on Apr, 24 2013 @ 07:41 PM
On May 2nd the British vote in local elections and UKIP for the first time are in a position to take seats from the main parties in a way that will
change the political landscape of Britain. No effect will be immediately visible, first UKIP opponents will cry about anomolies in voting patterns and
protest votes. But in a few months they will see the real risk that UKIP poses and start talking about the EU, if only for appeasements sake.
In 2014 UKIP will be the largest UK party represented in the EU parliament, leaving the Labour Party clear in their wake. Labour might win the general
election in 2015 but that is too soon for the public to forget the hatchet job they did on British society and with UKIP gaining support they will
drive even more to Farage with their anti British pro EU politics.
By 2020 if the EU has not imploded under its own steam the British will have walked out and it will have become the Franco German shagfest it should
have been all along.