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Why I am standing for the Heritage Party tomorrow


I AM standing for the Heritage Party in Emmbrook Ward, Wokingham, Berkshire, in tomorrow’s local council elections.

The Heritage Party was launched in September 2020 by David Kurten, formerly of UKIP, while he was still a member of the London Assembly. The Heritage Party opposed all Covid measures from lockdowns to the experimental mNRA Covid jabs. It is also opposed to the entire Net Zero agenda, in brief on the grounds of logic: carbon dioxide makes up only 0.04 per cent of the earth’s atmosphere. It is plant food and is vital to all life on earth. The UK has enough fossil fuels to be self-sufficient in energy for decades.

The Heritage Party believes in freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, freedom of belief and liberty of conscience. We should end politically correct policing. If someone is upset by a tweet, it is a personal matter, not a police matter.

The Heritage Party is standing 76 candidates in England tomorrow: 64 at borough and district level, 11 at town and parish level and 1 at mayoral level. This is four times as many candidates as last year.

I have never stood for election before, or even thought of it. I briefly joined the Conservative Party when Theresa May was Prime Minister to get the chance to vote for her successor as leader and Prime Minister. Unfortunately Boris Johnson came along with eco-friendly Carrie vowing to plunge us into the darkness of Net Zero. It was also clear that ‘Brexiteer’ Boris had no intention of giving us a real Brexit. He followed this up by gleefully putting us into Covid lockdown in March 2020.  Vote Conservative, get Communism.

After attending and arranging many protests against the Covid and climate agendas, I thought it would be worth standing as a candidate in my ward of Emmbrook in Wokingham. Initially it was just to give voters someone to vote for something other than LibLabConGreen. However, rather than stand as an independent I applied to stand for the Heritage Party as it covers virtually all of the freedom movement’s goals. David Kurten has been at the forefront of the freedom movement since 2020. I have delivered more than 5,000 Heritage Party leaflets in the ward.   

A current issue in Wokingham is the planning for a solar farm and even more housing development. There should be no approval for solar farms, wind turbines or big housing developments on green land.

In September 2021 Wokingham Borough Council approved a huge solar farm in Barkham, just outside the town. The plan was to place 67,340 solar panels on farmland to combat the non-existent climate emergency. Installation was due to start later this year. Last month it was announced that there could be an 11-year delay due to the National Grid needing to complete some unspecified works. This obviously doesn’t guarantee that it will be cancelled or that no more solar farms will be proposed.

We oppose all Net Zero policies, such as Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and 15 minute cities. These will curtail people’s freedom to travel using roadblocks, fines and draconian surveillance. Politicians have no right to tell citizens where and when they can travel. Many of those proposing Net Zero fly around in private jets and have huge homes by the ocean.

Wokingham borders Oxfordshire which has already approved 15 minute cities. Neighbouring Reading Borough Council is part of an organisation called UK:100. Members pledge to ‘lead the UK’s response to climate change, acting sooner than the government’s goal by making substantial progress within the next decade to deliver Net Zero.’ Asked whether council intends to create a ’15 minute city’ in Reading, a spokesman said: ‘The council has no plans at present to declare a 15 minute city.’ So the 15 minute city threat is already encircling Wokingham.

We believe we must stop all political activism by teachers, including transgender propaganda or sexually explicit materials. Last August, for example, Wokingham Borough Council held a drag queen event for children in Wokingham Library, and many of us protested against this.

We also strongly oppose Central Bank Digital Currencies where all spending will be monitored. All high street businesses in Wokingham and other towns should take cash.  

The United Kingdom should be governed only by its own citizens, not supranational organisations such as the EU, WHO, WEF or UN.

The other candidates are:

Rachel Bishop-Firth, Lib Dem

Alwyn Jones, Labour

James Pett, Conservative

Lauren Seymour, Green

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