A letter to Stephen Bannon from For Britain regarding 'The Movement'.
Dear Mr Bannon
I was very interested to see that you are setting up a foundation in Brussels entitled 'The Movement' to support patriotic, anti-establishment groups.
I am the Leader of the For Britain Movement which was registered with the Electoral Commission earlier this year, and we are a part of the patriotic movement that believes in leaving the EU without any further delay, freezing immigration and ending multiculturalism.
Our policies and manifesto can be read on our web site https://www.forbritain.uk/policy
We believe in nation-state democracy, we believe in individual countries, with their own identities and their own borders, as the only safeguard against unaccountable tyrannical government.
We believe that leaving the EU is not in itself sufficient, and that the future of liberty in Europe depends upon the EU being dismantled and the nation-state restored.
We therefore campaign for the EU to be abolished so that all the citizens of Europe can be set free. We believe this is not only in the best interests of mainland Europe, but the best interests of the United Kingdom as well.
We are also out-spoken and honest critics of Islam and the threat it poses to our freedoms both today and tomorrow.
We already have thousands of members and supporters and that number is growing fast; particularly in light of the recent Brexit Betrayal by Prime Minister Theresa May.
We have stood candidates in local elections in May and I stood in the recent Parliamentary by-election in Lewisham. The hustings event for that by-election was shut down by a howling, feral left-wing mob who were afraid to let me speak as they are aware that I will tell the truth about what is happening in Britain today.
I am very interested in meeting with you to discuss any potential collaboration. Democratic and free speech parties are on the rise in Europe and we intend to fill that current gap in Britain (the ‘first past the post’ electoral system increases the difficulties faced by new parties in Britain).
We would be delighted to discuss and contribute to any plans to take on the establishment elite across Europe and more practically, to take their seats in our Parliaments.
I look forward to hearing from you.