I do not have the time, energy or organisational skills to set up such a party and, as a UKIP member, I thought that I was a supporter of the nearest that we would get to a libertarian party. nfortunately, the Nation of Shopkeepers' analysis of UKIP is spot on.
Of all of the minor parties, with the exception of UKIP, none are proposing a libertarian society. UKIP is to some extent, but they are hampered by a large portion of their membership really being disgruntled, authoritarian ex-conservatives, and this will always present them with a ‘wing’ of the party that will resist true libertarian ideals.
In fact, you can view some of the poisonous little turds attempting to bring their own brand of social authoritarianism to UKIP's agenda (by attempting to topple the democratically-elected, libertarian leader) on this site (at least one of those people was feeding information to the papers during the bad patch earlier this year).
However, Harry Haddock has pointed me towards this post at Looking For A Voice.
To call for an English Libertarian Party is a contradiction in terms, the English value personal Liberty and to be left alone, therefore having to consider joining a party to preserve a way of life is an extreme move. However the adherances of the State will provide have taken over all three major parties, all promising to spend our money in different State led projects. Not one of the Parties trusts the people.
We now have the largest exodus of native population in our recent History, the State does not care when it can import more workers from elsewhere who will be more willing to accept the State without Question.
It will take years, but every long journey starts with a few steps, if you feel that you must draw a line in the sand please contact me through this blog, twenty plus people already have. To do nothing is no longer an option.
I have contacted Guthrum and offered my services, should a Libertarian Party come about. Will you?
UPDATE: whatever the outcome here, I shall, I think, enter the Libertarian Alliance's Chris R Tame Memorial Prize Essay (no direct link), the title of which is to be Does Britain Need A Libertarian Party?