That unreliable and bankrupt little agitprop rag the Guardian, which shares with Ken Livingstone the characteristic of condemning tax avoidance whilst making full use of avoidance mechanisms itself, plumbed new depths today in a comment piece equating UKIP, the EDL and the BNP as part of a shared 'armed rising' fantasy.
Your average UKIP member is hitting seventy, but still natty in Polyester blazer and golf club tie. The old petrol Suffolk Punch cylinder mower is proving a bit too heavy these days, what with the prostate and all, so he's recently swapped for a lightweight flymo. His stringback driving gloves and Dunn & Co trilby sit on the hall table with the keys for the Rover and a framed photo taken during his term as President of the local Rotary Club. Frankly, the idea of the old boy armed with an assault rifle throwing himself into body rolls as he takes down a drug-estate, firing from the hip (he's hoping the NHS can do it in 2015) as he kicks down dealers' doors is an idea that can exist only in the coke-ravaged mind of a Guardianista.