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« on: May 05, 2013, 08:21:13 PM »
Exposing Farage/EUKIP lies and corruption since 2008

Thursday, 2 May 2013


A final election round-up!

Women, money, being the centre of attention and booze - Nigel's only real interests. Politics is just a game to him - a means to an end.

And so the nation is off to the polls! UKIP has taken a beating after many of their candidates were exposed as having less than whiter than white backgrounds!
UKIP's leadership has a track record of happily smearing their opponants and former supporters. And yet when it happens to them, what do they do? Cry like a baby and hurl their toys at the Tories complaining that they are being nasty. In other words, the typical actions of a playground bully. Pathetic!
However, we conceed that the 'storm' over Farage's reference to 'coloured' people was scraping the bottom of the barrel. 'Coloured' was never intended as an insulting way to describe blacks or asians. It's the politically correct who have made it so.

We expect UKIP to do better than previous local elections. However, the claims that they will win hundreds of seats is hardly likely. We would be surprised if the gains make double figures. They are far more likely to split the Tory vote and let in more Labour and Lib Dems!
Here is a final round-up for election day!
Farage defends candidate who gave Nazi salute.

Nigel claims he was imitating a pot plant! Yeah, right! Just who are you trying to kid? Do you think we are as stupid as your latest bit on the side? We'd be more likely to believe you if the candidate in question didn't keep changing his story every five minutes!
From The Telegraph:

Alex Wood, a Ukip candidate in Thursday?s local elections, was suspended from the party after the photo appeared in a newspaper.

Mr Wood has denied that the gesture he was making at the time was a Nazi

In a blog for the Huffington Post website, Mr Farage said that Mr Wood ?has been very unfairly treated?.

?I must confess, I nearly had kittens when I first saw this,? Mr Farage said. ?I've looked carefully into this and spoken to Alex, and I believe him when he says that he was angrily trying to take a camera off his girlfriend who was annoyingly taking pictures of him in the pub imitating a pot plant.

?These things happen - I should know! The fact that this is supported by the people who were with him that night suggests that he has been very unfairly treated.?

Mr Wood yesterday admitted that he was the man depicted in the photo but denied the gesture he was making was a Nazi salute.

?These are pictures that have been taken from a private Facebook account,? he said. ?These are not what they seem to be. The supposed salute was my left hand reaching for a friend's mobile phone.?

Elsewhere in his blog Mr Farage said he was ?pleased? that Sushil Patel, the father of Conservative MP Priti Patel, was standing as a candidate for his party.

Mr Patel?s candidature was disclosed by Mr Farage during a rally in David Miliband?s former South Shields constituency, ahead of a by-election there on Thursday.

In an interview with The Telegraph shortly afterwards, Mr Patel insisted Ukip was not a party which tolerated racism, despite criticism of some of its candidates? comments in recent days.

He said: ?Ukip is not a racist party ? it is daylight coming through the darkness hours of this country ? Ukip is not racist ? they are trying to make progress."

Mr Patel, who emigrated from east Africa, added that many communities had settled in Britain and if the country ?was genuinely racist it would be chaos by now?.

Mr Patel said he was standing for elderly people who live locally and who ?don?t make a noise publicly, but given the chance on a ballot paper they will speak out?.

He said that he had not told his daughter about his plans: ?She doesn?t know anything about it ? I don?t see why she should know. She is an independent person, on her own course. I had no reason really [to tell her] ? I am an independent person myself.

?I am very proud of what she has achieved ? she was a local Conservative here in Hertfordshire. It is up to her to accept it because I know she is a Eurosceptic.?

However, shortly after the interview, Mr Patel said he was standing down from the election. While his photograph was being taken by a Telegraph cameraman outside his home in Hertfordshire, Mr Patel was called inside to take a phone call and emerged 10 minutes later, saying that he was ?withdrawing his candidacy? from the elections and pointing to his back.

The announcement appeared to catch Ukip unawares. Ninety minutes later, the party issued a statement which stressed that Mr Patel was still a candidate, adding that he was ?currently convalescing from a recent serious operation and is unable to conduct any further interviews?.

Mr Patel said in Ukip?s statement: ?I am proud of being a Ukip candidate and very proud of the achievements of my daughter who represents the people of Witham in an exemplary fashion.

?My views are my own and I am astonished that there has been quite so much interest in my candidacy.?

Later Miss Patel denied that she had pressured her father to stand down as a Ukip candidate. She told The Telegraph: ?I have spoken to my Dad and I told him it was up to him what he does.

?My Dad was in hospital for major surgery on his back, which is why I am so shocked because I thought he was at home recovering.

?No matter what, whatever the outcome of this, he is still my Dad and I still love him. Nothing will change that, not even Ukip.?

To read the original: LINK
UKIP candidate in Hitler picture storm. UKIP forced to apologise!

UKIP's just lost the Jewish vote! We understand that Hitler's surviving relatives are to complain to UKIP as they feel that Hitler's reputation will be tarnished further if he's seen associating with UKIP.
From the Guardian:
Ukip has stumbled into a fresh row about Nazism after a candidate posted a doctored image of himself on Twitter standing next to Adolf Hitler.
The party apologised for the Photoshopped image and said that Dick Delingpole, a candidate in Worcester who is the brother of the writer and climate change sceptic James, had a "very deep sense of humour".
Delingpole, a businessman who re-enacts scenes from history in his spare time, decided to doctor the image to mock the way in which the Tories have been trawling social media sites to find embarrassing pictures of Ukip candidates. He placed a shot of his head on to the bodies of three men in Nazi uniforms standing next to Hitler.
Writing for the Daily Telegraph under a copy of the doctored image, Delingpole said: "It's no secret that I'm currently standing as a Ukip candidate for the forthcoming council elections. What was a secret until now is my Nazi past.
"As the photo above proves beyond doubt, I was present at one of Hitler's rallies. I was also clearly part of an early cloning [experiment]. And in case you hadn't yet worked it out, this is all utter nonsense. But it has been seized upon by my Tory opponent in Thursday's local election."
Delingpole was alerted to the Tory interest in the doctored photograph when a reporter from the Worcester News telephoned him. He maintains he has done nothing wrong.
"When the first 'Ukip is a hotbed of closet Nazis' thing started to happen ? ie the major parties ordered all hands to the pumps to neutralise the Ukip threat ? it was suggested that candidates purge their social media of anything that might prove embarrassing. Being a Delingpole I did the opposite. I am adamant that I have nothing to hide or be ashamed of, nothing that I wouldn't happily share with the world."
Ukip apologised but said Delingpole would not be expelled from the party. Carl Humphries, the party's branch organiser for Worcester and Mid-Worcestershire, told the Worcester News: "I can assure you he is definitely not a Nazi or anything like that ? he's got a very deep sense of humour. He has been vetted by me; all our candidates are clean in every respect, but I am sorry if this offended people."
Simon Geraghty, who is standing for the Conservative party in the same Riverside ward as Delingpole, told the Worcester News: "I find it absolutely sickening and abhorrent. I think the vast majority of British people will find this shocking ? it's not funny at all, it's dreadful and I can't believe he's done it."
The row follows the suspension of a Ukip candidate in Somerset after photos were published of him apparently making a Nazi salute. Alex Wood, 22, claimed that he was simply reaching out for a friend's mobile phone during a Halloween party where he was dressed as a pirate.
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Are worried about becoming Gay? Then do some exercise to cure yourself suggests UKIP candidate!
From the Telegraph:

John Sullivan, the party's candidate for the Newent division of Gloucestershire county council, has been accused of making anti-gay comments on Facebook.

He is alleged to have referred to the Victoian belief that physical exercise "released tension and thus avoided homosexuality".

Mr Sullivan is also said to have congratulated Russia when it banned gay pride events in the country, writing "Well done the Russians".

Ukip is against gay marriage but does not oppose gay civil partnerships.

James Carver, Ukip agent for the Forest of Dean and West Gloucestershire, said Mr Sullivan would still stand for election on Thursday but added a full investigation would take place soon.

"Ukip take any allegations of this nature extremely seriously," said Mr Carver. "We are currently looking into this matter, and the medium from which the allegations arose, Gay Star News."

The allegations against Mr Sullivan, which first appeared in the Gay Star News, come after a string of other Ukip candidates were accused of making racist and homophobic comments on Facebook and Twitter.

The claims led to Nigel Farage, the leader of Ukip, to accuse the Conservatives of a smear campaign, claiming the Tories had wasted time and money trawling through thousands of comments made on social media websites by Ukip candidates.

He added that the allegations only applied to a handful of the party's 1,700 candidates.

Ukip has been surging in polls ahead of local elections on May 2, with the latest survey suggesting it could win 100 seats.

The other candidates for the Newent division are Philip Burford (Ind), Andrew Fidgeon (LD), David Humphreys (Green), Janet Royall (Labout), and Will Windsor-Clive (Con).


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« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2013, 08:36:03 PM »

john griffiths

 May 4, 2013 at 8:30 am

Brill john. I was a founder member of a UKIP branch to find that it was in my opinion a totalitarian party not libertarian party. It is not interested in what it members wanted as long as they collected funds and help put selected people like Neil Hamilton in as a MEP.. They would not mention Common purpose and the local area controller threaten any one with expulsion if it was brought up which was unusual as previously he had stated it did not exist. Not allowed to talk about agenda 21 although Lord Monckton has bee trying to warn of this already adopted agenda of world control and genocide.
 Also John 1.6 trill was transferd to the ECB from the federal reserve in feb are these the funds which you were taking about in euroblown.(will forward article when I can find it.)
New kid on the block my be worth a look Left unity. at least it asking the members what they would like a new party to stand for.
 Kind Regards


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Farage: Sack Dave and I'll join the Tories!
« Reply #2 on: May 05, 2013, 10:28:42 PM »
Farage: Sack Dave and I'll join the Tories! UKIP leader follows election triumph with dramatic coalition offer

 Said MPs should stand for both parties, but only if PM quits
 He savages 'socialist' Cameron and promises immediate EU poll
 MP Adam Afriyie told the PM to stop 'pussyfooting around' over immigration
By Simon Walters
PUBLISHED:22:05, 4 May 2013| UPDATED:23:44, 4 May 2013
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage has made a dramatic offer to form an election pact with the Tories ? but only if they dump David Cameron as leader.
Buoyed by big gains in Thursday?s town hall elections, Farage last night said he is ready to join forces with the Conservatives to keep Ed Miliband out of power.

Senior Tory sources flatly dismissed Farage?s call for Cameron to step down, but significantly did not rule out talks with UKIP on how they might work together. In his first major interview since winning 147 council seats, Mr Farage told The Mail on Sunday:

Farage said that if David Cameron were to quit he would join the Tories at the next election
UKIP and Tory candidates could run a single candidate in key parliamentary seats, in effect a Tory/UKIP coalition.
He plans to take Parliament by storm by standing in a by-election expected in Portsmouth soon.
He had given Mr Cameron a ?kick in the balls? in the local elections.


 Now sack your Eton advisors: Cameron under pressure after UKIP election gains as he is warned against appearing out of touch
 SIMON HEFFER: There's only one way for Dave to stub out Farage

?Foolish? Tory Cabinet Minister Ken Clarke had driven voters to UKIP by branding the party ?clowns?.
Mr Farage?s success has shaken all three main party leaders, and Education Secretary Michael Gove has failed to kill off fresh reports of a bid to topple Mr Cameron by dismissing any such plot as ?bonkerooney?.
The rumours were refuelled by  rebel Tory MP Adam Afriyie who told the Prime Minister last night to ?stop pussyfooting around? and ?get a grip on immigration?.

Cameron has been criticised for failing to neutralise the UKIP threat
Tremors from the UKIP earthquake prompted similar jibes against Ed Miliband from dissident Labour MPs. And Lib Dem MPs said it was ?by no means impossible? that Vince Cable would replace struggling Nick Clegg before the next Election.
Mr Farage?s offer to discuss a General Election deal with the Tories is another sign of the rapidly changing political landscape in Britain.
He says it could win the Tories an extra 50 seats ? enough for them to stay in power. Crucially, it would give UKIP a say in running the country for the first time.
But Mr Farage says the Conservatives would have to agree to two demands: Sack Cameron, with a clear pledge by his successor to hold a prompt In/Out referendum on Britain?s membership of the EU.

Adam Afriyie told the Prime Minister to stop pussyfooting around the issue of immigration
He has seized on quirks in election law which would allow UKIP and Tory candidates to wear the rosettes of both parties. At a stroke, UKIP votes in key areas would help the Tories keep Labour out of power ? and bring Farage?s dream of leading Britain out of the EU closer.
Until now, the UKIP leader has ruled out any deals with the Conservatives, partly because Mr Cameron called UKIP ?fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists?.

But Mr Farage?s surge in popularity, together with a slump in Mr Cameron?s, has prompted a rethink. He is now ready to do business with the Tories if Mr Cameron is replaced with a more eurosceptic Tory leader, such as Boris Johnson or Mr Gove.
Mr Farage said: ?There are lots of intelligent ways of doing deals in the future, all sorts of things a sensible, patriotic Conservative leader, could pursue. ?I have been approached by Conservative Associations who say ?look Nigel, not only have you taken a lump of our vote but you?ve also picked up the council estate vote round the corner which is never going to come to us. If we ran a candidate on a joint ticket we would walk it.? ?
Alternatively, the two parties could have a more straightforward non-aggression pact and agree not to run against each other in certain seats, says Farage.
He denies claims it is fantasy politics. ?Not at all. I have sat round the table on Sunday evenings with Conservative Party officials who have suggested this kind of thing to me.?
Farage has everything to gain from any such deal. UKIP?s success on Thursday may not translate into a single Commons seat in the 2105 General Election. ?I?d rather have half an MP than not one at all,? he says bluntly.

Ken Clarke branded the party 'clowns' potentially driving voters to UKIP
He says the Tories could win ?up to 50 extra seats? by teaming up with UKIP, but it would carry huge risks. It could split the Party, with eurosceptic MPs grabbing the offer, while others may quit the Party rather than be associated with the reactionary views of UKIP. They would oppose  giving Mr Farage the whip hand and relying on him for a Parliamentary majority.
Mr Farage maintains the likelihood of the Tories dumping Cameron before the election is not far-fetched. ?I wouldn?t be so sure.?
A senior Conservative with close links to Mr Cameron said he would not resign, but did not close the door to talks. ?If UKIP wants to put proposals to us, let them go ahead,? he said.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2319541/Farage-Sack-Dave-Ill-join-Tories-UKIP-leader-follows-election-triumph-dramatic-coalition-offer.html#ixzz2SSJdgxgA
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