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(Original post by otester)
I mean setting up media to counter the existing empire.

While they may nit pick on the LibLabCon, the general direction remains the same, more control, more centralization of power.
So in order to do as they wish, UKIP need to become part of the establishment.

Or set up their own establishment?

This is all very interesting.
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So in order to change drug policy UKIP need to establish their own media organisations?


This doesn't even make sense.
If they want to "bite off more than can chew" then they will need their own media empire to back them up.

The EU being an example of the move towards centralization.


(Original post by InnerTemple)
So in order to do as they wish, UKIP need to become part of the establishment.

Or set up their own establishment?

This is all very interesting.
It's the only way in, playing center like the rest, gaining a majority, then making a hard right turn.

Straying too far in either direction, without having a majority would require a media empire to counter the existing one.
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It's the result of getting the NIMBY vote, a pinch of authoritarianism, in order to make gains in other more important areas.

There is only so much they can do with the existing programs, without opening up a new front.
And when the party is full of NIMBYs what's to stop them taking over?
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And when the party is full of NIMBYs what's to stop them taking over?
Just like in 1984, they are sheep, to be lead, they aren't a threat when managed correctly.
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It's the only way in, playing center like the rest, gaining a majority, then making a hard right turn.
Ah. So the UKIP we see now is all a front? They are just acting as if they are reasonable people - but if they get in, they will do this hard right turn and change?
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Ah. So the UKIP we see now is all a front? They are just acting as if they are reasonable people - but if they get in, they will do this hard right turn and change?
Yes they are acting as if they are reasonable people when in fact they are super reasonable, they really believe in less theft/violence on behalf of the state, isn't it wonderful?
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Just like in 1984, they are sheep, to be lead, they aren't a threat when managed correctly.
Where did you get this info?
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