Saturday, 20 July 2024

Yogi Says … Fighting For Real Justice!

Alexander Solzhenitsyn (11 December 1918 – 3 August 2008) was a fierce critic of totalitarianism. The NLPs Sockalingam ‘Yogi’ Yogalingam and Jagdeesh Singh are also fighting for real justice.

THE GENERAL ELECTION is nearly upon us. As you know Jagdeesh Singh and I are standing for the National Liberal Party.  We’ll both be fighting for real justice by promoting the issue of national and political Self-Determination.

The concept of national and political Self-Determination is both hated and feared by the Establishment.  And the reason for this is because Self-Determination calls for real justice – and hands real power to the people.

The current system means that a super-rich and extremely privileged elite hold all the aces.  I want that to end.  I want to see ordinary working families have a real say in the running of their respective nations.

The Establishment will hate this.  All they want us to do is work – and thus help them to make obscene profits – and pay our taxes.  They effectively treat us as slaves.

Because Jagdeesh and I threaten their cosy little system, we fully expect to be attacked via elements of the media.

The Establishment can say what it likes about us.

As I noted earlier, we’re fighting for real justice – we’re fighting for national and political Self-Determination.  We’re fighting on behalf of those who can be arrested simply for calling for any form of self-government or even raising the flag of their own nation.  And we’re fighting on behalf of those ordinary folks who deserve to have a real say in the running of their own nation.

– Sockalingam ‘Yogi’ Yogalingam,

National Liberal Party prospective parliamentary candidate for Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner.

• CHECK OUT what Yogi has previously said:

Yogi Says … For A Workers’ MP On A Workers’ Wage, Vote For Me! (28/03/15)

Yogi Says … Help Me Fight For National Freedom & Social Justice For All! (13/03/2015)
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