(Original post by cpfc12)
I don't understand the logic, the association fallacy argument which many use in student politics, is invalid, especially when calling on UKIP for being racist. Assosciation fallacy see below
i.e. UKIP wants to tighten immigration laws = this means they are bigots.
There is no logic here, yet the chorines and traitors of the left wish to play this card all the time, because its the only way they no how to argue.
UKIP are against the wars in the middle east, which the u.k are involved in, which has been responsible for the deaths of working class brits, and muslim men, women, and children.
The EU is a xenophobic organisation, that seeks to undermine nation states, soveriginity, and national identity of european nations, in a bid for the selfish undemocratic greedy means.
As for immigration, mass immigration in an already industrialised country only produces negative results, mostly for the immigrants, mass immigration however does benefit big businesses as it reduces wages, and divides the labour force. Having a meritocratic based system of immigration entry, were those with the skills and qualifications are allowed entry and stay, makes sense, and will benefit us, by filling up the skilled worker shortage, and in the end of the day we lived in a globalised world, but it still means there should be limits, checks and balances. As someone already pointed out the current system of immigration entry, is based around nation of origin not a equal footing meritocracy.
UKIP aren't my ideal party of power, but out of all the other parties in the u.k, i would favour them even though they are a right wing group, at least they don't kid themselves.