The recent UKIP victories have given cause for press and punditry to sift through the detritus of British dissatisfaction to attempt to present an answer that the media can abide. They may be ignoring a small but influential ethical and financial contributor to the UKIP party, the Dalek Empire.
A recent investigative report on BBC Wales revealed that the election consultants employed by UKIP known as COS, Inc. were neither the Church of Scientology, nor a random group of right-wing Americans, as originally thought, but the Dalek’s own Cult of Skaro. Although Dalek Caan’s control over the BNP was widely known, few outside of UKIP party leader Nigel Farage were aware of Dalek Thay’s involvement in British politics.
There is growing speculation that Farage’s personal intervention into the recent selection of twelfth incarnation of the BBC’s popular Doctor Who had motivations beyond the obvious desire for the role to be cast with a white, middle-aged, male British actor.
Neither leader would agree to be interviewed on the subject. Farage and his team were busy with plans to further hone and mainstream the UKIP message. However, a documentary film crew caught up with Dalek Thay as he left UKIP party headquarters through a nondescript laneway exit. A small clip of the boom operator asking Thay about UKIP’s plans to address accusations of racism and homophobia featured a single word response, “Exterminate!”. The clip disappeared from YouTube within 60 seconds of being posted and efforts to locate the camera crew have thus far been unsuccessful.