President Barack Obama would gleefully throw victorious Nigel Farage and his UK Independence Party (Ukip) under the bus, if only he could.Eurozone

Something that happened in Europe last week leaves race-baiting Obama far behind scrambling for new tactics with which to fool the masses.

The power-grabbing European Union has been left in political tatters.  Almost overnight, Europe became Euphoria.

How long before Euphoria comes to visit foundering America?

Farage’s Ukip effectively turned the tables by proving for once and for all that you can find victory—even after being repeatedly smeared as ‘racist’ by the powers that be—the last thing Obama, whose regime masterminded the racist smear, needs.

Obama’s brand-them-as-racists copycat friend British Prime Minister David Cameron is now licking boomerang wounds.

For the politically oppressed, the news of great Hope & Change came out of Europe over the weekend.  And it went down as Obama was marking Memorial Day commemorations during the shameful VA scandal:

The same veterans who died in hospital waiting for medical help that never came, are the same ones whose backs Obama campaigned on when he first ran for president in 2008.

In America the Dems, with the help of Hollywood and the mainstream media, continue to openly smear their enemies as ‘racists’.  In Europe, voters proved politician-manufactured propaganda doesn’t work anymore.

Though the silence of Obama and the Dems is deafening, the big chill they must be feeling would melt Al Gore’s monumental non-existent man-made Global Warming.

First, everyday voters in Britain proved that taking your country back starts with taking back town halls.:  On Thursday, coming from classical underdog status,  Ukip “snatched 161 seats from all sides” in turnaround local council elections.

Next determined European voters in France, Germany, Greece, Denmark and other countries registered loud anti-European Union votes that more than doubled in EU elections, making Farage’s dreams of kicking the EU out of Europe reality.

No one described it better than Britain’s Daily Mail (May 26, 2014):

“If Thursday’s local election results were a kick in the pants for Westminster’s smug political class, last night’s European triumphs for Ukip were nothing less than a humiliation.

“Instead of addressing voters’ genuine concerns on mass immigration and the corrupt, power-hungry EU machine, the big three parties believed they could defeat Nigel Farage with smears and lazy accusations of ‘racism’.”

From the Daily Mail’s comment straight to Obama’s big ears.

“The Mail – while, we repeat, carrying no torch for Ukip – warned that such arrogant, cack-handed tactics would backfire, and so it proved.

“Traditional Labour and Tory supporters, tired of being lectured by professional politicians who have never had a job in the real world, defected to Ukip in  their droves and the Liberal Democrats were massacred.

“What a bitter irony it is for Nick Clegg – who, of course, would be happy for  Britain to be run by Brussels – to be left with no real voice inside his beloved European Parliament.

“Even before the Euro results were known, Westminster had feared the worst, having seen Ukip snatch 161  seats from all sides in Thursday’s  Town Hall contests.

“Labour MPs were out in force at the weekend to criticise Ed Miliband for being ‘weird’ and running a disastrous ‘sloganeering’ campaign that lacked a ‘passionate conversation’.

“Increasingly, party strategists must wonder how a man who cannot eat a bacon sandwich without turning into a laughing stock – and who has no understanding of working-class voters – can possibly withstand the unforgiving glare of a month-long General  Election campaign.

“For Mr Clegg, the future looks even bleaker, as his own side accused him of behaving like a ‘general on the Somme’.

“A dozen of his MPs are said to want him out and, if any party is vicious enough to topple its leader at this stage in the Parliament, it’s the treacherous Liberals, many of whom believe a lurch to the Left under Vince Cable might avert total annihilation in 2015.

“David Cameron’s MPs at least showed more discipline (for now) as they concentrated on trying to think of  ways of winning back the countless  core Conservatives who have deserted to Mr Farage.

“Yes, many voters will welcome the Tories’ idea of sending home migrants who fail to get a job or limiting their access to State handouts to only three months.

“But – confronted with a simple Ukip message that the way to tackle abuse of the immigration system is to regain control of our borders by leaving the EU – such minor tinkering is highly unlikely to prove persuasive.

“As the Mail argued on Saturday, what is needed from Mr Cameron is an urgent change of course.

“The voters need convincing that he can deliver on welfare reform, bring back humanity and efficiency to a genuinely  24-hour NHS, reclaim power from Brussels and get a grip on EU immigration.

“He must also – no matter what he says publicly about there being no chance of a pact with Ukip – consider trying to forge an alliance with Mr Farage.

“Despite Ukip’s insurgency in socialist heartlands, the arithmetic from the local elections points to Labour falling short of a majority in 2015, but still being the largest party at Westminster.

“Mr Miliband would then have to call upon the Lib Dems – who may by then be led by Mr Cable – to form a Left-wing Coalition determined to tax and spend their way to economic ruin.

“If that terrifying prospect doesn’t sharpen Mr Cameron’s mind to the dangers of splitting the centre-right vote, nothing will.”

Elections proved that Cameron’s close friendship with the divisive Obama has done him no good.

i votedBut election outcomes are more about people than they are about politicians.

Apathetic voters in America should take heart.  Ukip is proof positive that being branded ‘racist’ by political activists in office just doesn’t work any more.  The unwashed masses are not nearly as duped as lying politicians imagine them to be.

Race-baiting politicians in the Obama regime take note: There’s no way possible to force the genie, let out by Nigel Farage and Company,  back into the bottle of antiquity.

The long suffering underdogs in the American electorate are coming to get you.

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