You know how you lefties love to describe anyone who doesn't agree with you as 'right wing', preferably 'extreme right wing'? You insist on calling the BNP 'extreme right wing' when they are more like Labour than Labour are. You've even called the SNP 'right wing' in the past. Thanks for that one. It still makes me chuckle.
It's not working out for you, is it? The more you scream 'right wing', the more people say 'So what?' You must be bouncing in your seats with rage at them. Don't they know when they are being insulted? Don't they realise what a terrible, terrible insult you have just hurled? Don't they understand the stigma you have attached to them?
Well, actually, no they don't. The 'left' and 'right' labels are politics-specific and those outside politics have at best a vague notion of what they mean unless applied to certain items of clothing. Most neither know nor care.
And then of course, you have to consider that by labelling everyone 'right-wing' you have devalued the term in the same way that you devalued 'racist'. Now, and this is another bad one, you are devaluing 'child molester'. You can mess up your political labels all you like, but terms like 'racist' and 'child molester' describe a few very nasty people and you are letting those nasty people hide. You are creating a haystack of false accusations that hides the real ones. Stop that. It's silly and dangerous.
Where do all these right wing groups come from? The truth is, and you won't like this, lefties, they have always been there. The 'rise' in right wing groups stems entirely from you lot labelling everyone as 'right wing'. There are very few groups who describe themselves in those terms, and those that do, only do it to annoy you, lefties. In fact, the whole 'left-right' labelling frenzy is pretty much all down to you lefties. Nobody else is playing.
You can't see why these groups are getting so much support, can you? It's really simple. It's because you label them right-wing. You see, we've seen first hand what the left wing have done to our country and, well, let's hear it from the horse's mouth:
No, sir, we don't like it. So people who don't like it look for something different. Something opposite to you lot. You call yourselves 'left', therefore the opposite of you must be 'right'. Where to find such groups?
Easy. You're pointing them out all the time and even inventing new ones! Extreme right-wing libertarians? Right-wing SNP? (pause for another little chortle). Anyone worried about Islamisation is extreme right wing. Anyone who isn't 'celebrating' diversity or homosexuality or multiculturalism or mass enforced immigration is extreme right wing. Anyone dissenting from the Green God is extreme right wing. Saves you the bother of remembering which name to call which group, I suppose.
I don't mind a bit of diversity. I like meeting different people. If they travel the world and come here, then I don't have to travel to meet them. Works for me. I don't mind homosexuality. It doesn't affect me and it doesn't make me uncomfortable. But I am not going to throw a party or in any way 'celebrate' those things because they are largely irrelevant to me. I might as well throw a party every time Chelsea score a goal even though I am not remotely interested in football, have never watched them play and don't want to go to Chelsea. I will not celebrate either a wedding or a civil partnership unless I know one or both of the people involved because otherwise, it's nothing to do with me.
Does that make me 'extreme right wing'? My stance on Labour's vote-importing system that actively seeks to keep out anyone productive certainly would. Even though I wouldn't have any controls on immigration but would simply stop paying them to come. I'd also stop paying our home-grown layabouts to stay, you know. Open borders, everyone welcome, but the management accept no responsibility for feeding you.
Multiculturalism was always a silly idea. Wars start when cultures clash, so forcing different cultures to share the same small town was bound to be a disaster. One country, one culture. That leads to peace. It doesn't matter how many races are involved as long as they share a set of common values. One country with fifty different cultures all trying to press the others to join them leads to stabbings, shootings, beatings and riots. You lefties did this but what do you call anyone who points it out? Extreme right wing.
Remember the increasing BNP vote? You did that, lefties. You called everyone 'racist' and then said 'You can't vote for the BNP because they are racists'.
To which the people responded 'Well you call me racist every day and I'm not one, so chances are you're lying about them too'.
Now you shout and bawl that anyone dissenting from you is 'extreme right wing'. They look at the groups you also call 'extreme right wing' and think 'Well, they call me extreme and I'm not, so chances are they're lying about those groups too.'
You lefties are not just recruiting for those groups. You are creating new ones.
There is one, deep and serious reason that people are going to those 'right wing' groups, lefties. One big reason that you're not going to like one bit.
It's because those groups are not you.