UKIP – An Educational Experience? And Posh Gina? Yuk!
Yes, if you live here in Indonesia and put UKIP into your Google Search, you may well find useful info on a university in Makassar, on the island of Sulawesi, once known as Celebes.
Universitas Kristen Indonesia Paulus may not be famous in Britain, but it seems to have a good reputation.
- However, it is on the other UKIP, the British patriot party, that we focus today, with reports in various media, back in The Old Country, that the party’s new leader, Paul Nuttall, stands a very fair chance of winning the Stoke-on-Trent by-election.
Nigel Farage is certainly a hard act to follow, but Paul Nuttall is surely exactly the sort of leader, and candidate, that UKIP needs, a straight-talking man without pretensions, and with a healthy contempt for PC nonsense.
He does NOT mince his words.
Brits need more of his calibre in the House of Commons.–
The Stoke by-election will be an educational experience, for Jeremy Corbyn, at least, if his leadership of the Labour Party gets an appropriately red card from the voters.
Likewise, and perhaps more tellingly, it could be a bitter blow for one arrogant rich ranter ( an ‘investment manager’ and, since we have mentioned educational experience, a former pupil of Roedean, one of the UK’s poshest private schools – just listen to those plummy vowels!)
Yes, Gina Nadira Miller.
But we mustn’t investigate her background too closely.
She’ll get VERY angry. She has bristled indignantly at that prospect – she said “everyone has a past” and it was “totally irrelevant” to the importance of the case.
And she totally lost it on Channel Four the other day, when UKIP’s Paul Flynn correctly identified her political/cultural provenance as the London Elite, who are, undoubtedly, as he said, “used to getting their own way.”
- “How dare you presume to know who I am,” she raged.
- Brexit debate: Gina Miller – Channel 4 News