Farage Acts the Fool – Appeasement Ain't a Winner!.

Much ado in the Independent, which is slobbering over Nigel Farage’s cheapest stunt. i have wondered about his centre of gravity ever since he failed to fire that pusillanimous pinko he’s got as party chairman, Steve Crowther.




Newark’s Warning to UKIP – Stop Back-Sliding, Fire Crowther

The guy is a mill-stone round UKIP’s neck, but he’s not been cut loose. And now his pernicous influence appears to be spreading – upwards!

The Real Risk to UKIP – PC Pusillanimity 

The UKIP leader has spat in the face of the hundreds of thousands of Conservatives who abandoned their party after Cameron sold out to the gaystapo and legalised bugger weddings.http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/nigel-farage-condemns-former-ukip-deputy-moncktons-comments-that-gay-men-have-20000-sexual-partners-in-their-miserable-lives-9890191.html

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  • Farage’s former colleague, Lord Monckton, may be a few dozen off when he says so-called ‘gays’ can have up to 20,000 partners, but that hardly matters. They do live ‘miserable’ lives, as he says, unsurprisingly, given their life-style is an affront to nature.


 Lord Monckton

UKIP should long since have made it a priority to scrap poofter ‘marriage.’ For Farage to start bleating about how he’s got a prominent poofter in his ranks merely adds insult to the injury he’s inflicting on his voters.  

Fact is, I reckon Farage knows he’s in the wrong – otherwise why did he slip into this tautological gibbering?

Asked to further explain his position on gay marriage, were Britain not part of the EU, he said: “I do not support same sex marriages all the while we’re under the auspices of the European court of human rights.”

  • Meaningless waffle!

It’s about time Farage stopped this nonsense and took an honourable stance against perversion.

He owes his party’s success, at least in significant part, to the revulsion that decent Brits feel for the betrayal of their values by the swine in 10 Downing Street.

If he reneges on that debt, he can expect BIG trouble!
PS- I began by attributing this to the Guardian, not the Indpendent. I’ve now amended that error – my apologies – one’s about as bad as the other!