UKIP = Thugs Who Make Mockery of True Love? Pinko Logic Hits Rock Bottom!

Heck, with nemesis looming over the rotten political in-crowd, their media running dogs are sinking ever lower in their dissing of UKIP.




 Look at the Mirror today.

Thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked disabled pensioner.. …thugs claiming to be from UKIP attacked Labour activists...
 UKIP’s new target voters?

And not just any old Labour activists, either – the victims almost HAD to include a disabled senior cit, full gory (well, not very) details at the top of the report – methinks UKIP were ill-advised even to bother with a denial of the nonsense.

But nonsense it is – even an allegation that the crims made threats, did a recce then came back to video the scene of their mayhem.

Yeah, right, just what street hoods are likely to do! Sounds to me like UAF ‘black ops’




That far-left gang is notorious for thuggery, and a spot of hoodlum misconduct to be blamed on the only serious challenge to their extremist agenda? Just what one expects of marxist provocateurs!

But the Mirror makes no effort to analyse who benefits from the incident, merely spalshes a fatuous media smear headline, calculated to damage UKIP candidate Mark Reckless in the run-up to Thursday’s by-election.


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  • But taking the Mirror seriously is hardly something sensible people do – get a load of what else the Mirror thinks is news!?!?!

  1. Mum suffers up to 90 ORGASMS every hour because of rare sexual disorder  AND

  2.  I never knew my hunky boyfriend was born a girl but now we plan to start a family

    …which brings us neatly to romance, and the Independent’s amazing attempt to use Brief Encounter, a famous WW2 cinematic love story as a means of dissing not just UKIP but the character of Rochester folk in general.

Brief Encounter.

  • The Independent’s scribbler apparently has an eye-witness account of a Rochester cinema nearly SEVEN DECADES AGO, viz. 

…when the director chose to put on a test screening for the dockers here in 1945 he made a big mistake. “A woman in the front started laughing at the first love scene,” said Lean. “Pretty soon the laughter spread right through the cinema.”

One man even called out: “When is he going to have it off with her?”


Actually, I read that and laughed out loud.




But it seems that director had less of a sense of humour…

Lean lay in his hotel bed that night in tears, wondering how to burn the negative so the film could never be released. The reaction of the folk of Rochester had convinced him that the mood of the nation had changed dramatically, but it turned out he was wrong.

Everyone else loved the film.

 And thus, by some mysterious alchemy of pinko logic, Rochester’s near-certain choice of a UKIP MP in the very near future will not be replicated elsewhere?

Gimme a break!

The left-libs must be truly DESPERATE if that’s the kind of argument they fall back on.