So there is a libertarian party at this election then

Ukip bosses said have no problem with his “unusual” line of work which Langley revealed to them when he put himself forward for election.

Mr Langley, who has been in the porn business for 30 years, said: “This is no big deal. It is just electioneering and it is the type of thing you expect in the run up to any election.

“I have never made a big deal out of what I do and I am not breaking any laws.”

He added: “Ukip is a working class party which appeals to working class people.

“Normal people go to the pub and enjoy a pint and then probably go home and enjoy adult entertainment. What people do in their private lives is really up to them.

“What people do in the privacy of their own homes is nothing to do with politics and I cannot see why there should be any problem with any of this.”

His Johnny Rockard Global Media business has been running for more than eight years and boasts a speciality in “the British girl next door genre”.

His website boasts it is “probably the most globally publicised and promoted UK name in adult entertainment” due to an “increasing appetite for explicit content”.

A Ukip spokesman said: “Mr Langley is not doing anything illegal and it is a little bit unusual but at the end of the day he is a businessman.

“Nothing is being hidden and there is no issue as far as we are concerned with him standing for UKIP in the election.”

Although it has to be admitted, specialising in the “British girl next door genre” when one is based in Bristol makes him a braver man than I.

25 thoughts on “So there is a libertarian party at this election then”

  1. Bloke in North Dorset

    “His website boasts it is “probably the most globally publicised and promoted UK name in adult entertainment” due to an “increasing appetite for explicit content”.”

    And its its going to get a lot popular now. Smart move going in to politics as this was bound to happen. I wonder if he was behind the leak himself, now that would be smart.

  2. Although it has to be admitted, specialising in the “British girl next door genre” when one is based in Bristol makes him a braver man than I.

    Definition of a Bristol virgin: “A 10-year old girl who can run faster than her brother”.

    🙂

  3. It’s not a libertarian party, but is more libertarian than the others, who are actively anti-libertarian.

    Ironman: girl next door is a niche/euphemism for girls who are everyday looking rather than the glossy/artificial pornstar stereotype.

  4. “girl next door is a niche/euphemism for girls who are everyday looking rather than the glossy/artificial pornstar stereotype.”

    I’ve said it before, but I learn something new every day on this blog.

  5. Me? Sexist!? Yes possibly, I was first attracted to my wife because she’s hot.

    Your missus might be a Johnny Rockard ‘Girl Next Door’, in which case you probably do my taste makes me a bit of a sexist.

  6. “It’s not a libertarian party, but is more libertarian than the others, who are actively anti-libertarian.”

    Once, it had libertarian leanings; now, it’s more nationalist and socialist.

  7. It still has some libertarian leanings. It’s still a lot better than Dave’s one world progressive technocratic elite party.

  8. So Much for Subtlety

    Theophrastus – “Once, it had libertarian leanings; now, it’s more nationalist and socialist.”

    Actually it is more of a grab bag of people who can’t find a home in the three main parties or in any of the Celtic Fringe nationalist parties. That means they have some liberals in the TW sense. They have some genuine Tories. Some old school Labour folk.

    Anyone outside the Metropolitan elite.

  9. So Much for Subtlety

    Ironman – “Who is he to tell people if they’re ‘normal’ or not!! Iliberal bastard.”

    Irony?

  10. Theophrastus

    I guess you have have your answer: you’re spot on.

    Me Interest-Ecks-SMFS

    Yes, for you, calling a porn-actor an illiberal bastard was a bit of fun.

  11. Nationalism isn’t very libertarian though, is it.

    I disagree. Any imaginable human society will be based on collective territorial monopolies, as are the proposed “anarchist” systems. The quibbling is over whether those territorial monopolies are in some way ideologically legitimate or not, which are arguments I don’t myself find very fruitful as they tend to be circular and rather arbitrary.

    For my money, a collective is legitimate if its members want to be part of it. I want to be part of England and Britain, so the nation is legitimate to me. I then want a more liberal (libertarian) society within that national collective, with less government and more freedom. I do not see any inconsistency, myself.

  12. Philip Scott Thomas

    BiG

    Nationalism isn’t very libertarian though, is it.

    Well, that depends on what you mean by “nationalism”, does’t it.

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