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  • ross1948 21:06 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Chris bryany, , , Mark Reckless, , , , ,   

    With Reckless Abandon, UKIP Breaks the Silence of the Sacrificial Lambs! 

    You may remember how Damian Green MP was booted out of Cameron’s Cabinet, too pinko a prig even for Cast-Iron. Number Ten of course is currently purporting to be a patriot hub, though nobdy really believes that.

    But given Green’s latest outburst, you can see why a spot of defenestration seemed in order to preserve the ‘conservative’ camouflage.

    …Green, the Conservative MP for nearby Ashford, said: ‘This sounds perilously close to repatriation and however strongly people feel about immigration this kind of policy is completely unacceptable.’



    Unacceptable? To whom? To the electorate? We’ll see by Friday lunchtime, when the votes are counted in Rochester.

    Unacceptable? Since when?

    Since the CONSERVATIVE Government of Edward Heath established its Home Office Voluntary Return Scheme, Section 29 of the Immigration Act 1971? Heath was arguably even more of a multicultist than Cameron, yet even he saw nothing wrong with repatriation – yes, voluntary, but if migrants have come in under Brussels rules, then logically, once the UK gets out from under Brussels, the same migrants will have no further right to be in the UK.

    And that was all Reckless suggested.


    Labour frontbencher Chris Bryant (pictured) said ‘jaws dropped’ when the comment was made.

    Oh yeah? How many? Could the fall be heard from Number 10? Did jaws drop there too? Whose jaws dropped?

    If the tv station was allocatin tickets to the tal-show fairly, each party would have more or less the same number, so some three-quarters of the party nominees’ jaws may have dropped. Big deal!

    Whatever, the decision as to who goes home does not belong to little Has-Been Green, nor even any politician of any party. Its acceptability can only fairly be judged by a referendum, long overdue on immigration, and the right to vote in such a ballot must not include reisdnet aliens from the EUSSR.We L.? Heath’s government,




    In fact, Mark Reckless spoke in the most moderate of language – 

    Mr Reckless added before being cut off by jeering: ‘People who have been here a long time and integrated in that way I think we’d want to look sympathetically at.



    Tomorrow’s the day. 


  • ross1948 15:00 on November 17, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1945, Brief Encounter, , , , Mark Reckless, , , ,   

    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..

    Mirror.co.uk …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.  http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/rochester-byelection-the-gloves-are-off-as-the-tories-and-ukip-do-battle-by-the-medway-9863417.html

     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. 



    • Geoff W 13:34 on November 18, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      This has to be a joke. Hasnt it? Even the Guardian would think twice before using Brief Encounter to go for Ukip.


    • Olivia 15:02 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Oh. I always liked that romantic old film, but I never watched it in Rochester.
      Are the people there really as backward as this newspaper writer makes them out to be?
      I don’t think so.
      I cannot see how this journalist can bring the story into a report on the by-election.
      Has he no facts to report?


  • ross1948 18:26 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kelly Tolhurst, , Mark Reckless, red-headed women, , , Tracy Crouch MP, , zodiac   

    Tormented Tories Pin Hopes On ‘Guardian-Readers’ – and Red-Heads! 

    It’s a mark of the Cameron Conservatives’ naked fear that they’ve now pinned their hopes in the Rochester by-election  on ‘traditional Guardian-reading Labour supporters.’  http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/nov/12/rochester-byelection-gets-personal-ukip-versus-tories

    Actually, ‘traditional’ Labour supporters – the ordinary blue-collar Brits on whose back Labour rose to become a major national party – tend to read the Mirror, the Sun, the Express and other ‘tabloids’ – though almost all UK dailies are now produced in tabloid form – rather than the Guardian.

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    • That newspaper is favoured by people who’d probably feel insulted to be called ‘traditional.’  

    G-men (and G-women, and G-‘gays’) are addicted to Europhilia, permissive pap instead of common-sense attitudes to crime, and a masochistic, almost genuflective delight in multi-cult migration, no matter how much damage that madness does to ‘traditional’ Britain.


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    • The woman who used the words quoted above in the Guardian is none other than Tracy Crouch, a typical Cameroon cutie, who talks tough in her constituency whilst pledging fealty to HMV in Downing Street, a man who’s a proven liar and a dedicated foe of all that ‘traditional’ Tories once espoused.
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    •  Comrade Crouch


    And THAT’S why UKIP is winning the Battle for Britain, and hopefully Mark Reckless will defeat Tracy’s pal Kelly Tolhurst  next week in Rochester.

    Crouch also happens to be the woman who objected to UKIP’s wreath at the local Remembrance Service by it was ‘party political,’  exposing herself as a hypocrite after her ghastly guru Cameron’s blatant party political act of exclusion against UKIP at the Cenotaph in London.

    But there’s more to little Tracy than slavish sycophantic subservience to her leader’s anti-British agenda.

    She’s a RED-HEAD!

    Crouch says Tolhurst has qualities Reckless will never match. “Kelly and I are both Leos, redheads and feisty. God help Medway and God help parliament is all I say.”


    •  Candidate Tolhurst
    • God help us all!

    Let me say right away I have nothing against red-heads.

    I was very friendly with one of those titian-tressed temptresses when I worked in London. And just to demonstrate my lack of bias against them as a group, I have turned up some excellent examples thereof (by that, alas, I don’t mean the ones I was friendly with in the Old Country!).





    But Tracy’s reliance on the hue of her hair, her sign of the zodiac, and Guardian-readers, does suggest to me that next week’s by-election result is going to be…




    • Joseph B. Fox 22:42 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      The newspaper format you refer to is generally known as “Berliner”. (Insert joke here.)


    • ross1948 22:53 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      A joke for a joke – when JFK told the crowd ‘Ich bin ein Berliner,’ I gather some people had a good laugh, because a Berliner is a kind of Teutonic doughnut!


  • ross1948 11:52 on November 6, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Ghaddafi, , King Abdullah, , Mark Reckless, , ,   

    Anti-UKIP Media Bias – Reckless’s Realism V Cameron’s Crawling 

    Ghadafi - The Swine Who Should be Hanged


    Ukip by-election candidate Mark Reckless praises former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi


    That’s the headline in The Independent, deliberating twisting the UKIP candidate’s statement of plain truth – that Ghaddafi kept a tight grip on crimmigrants, as he did on most every aspect of life in Libya – as ‘praise.’


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    I doubt Reckless liked the Tripoli Tyrant any more than I did. Indeed, the report goes on to say that Mark Reckless asserted clearly that Ghaddafi was a ‘bad guy,’ thus contradicting its earlier accusation of ‘praise‘ (if I call you an efficient rotten ratbag, do I get to be chairman of your fan club?)


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    • But it goes to show how these media malignants grub around for ANYTHING they can twist to thwart the rise and rise of the People’s Party..

    After all, Cameron is no shrinking violet when it comes to cosying up to Arab dictators!


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    • Or does the Independent not regard the absolute ruler of Saudi Arabia – where opposition parties are banned, where no freedom of worship is allowed, where women can’t drive a car, where savage shariah laws impose death for the so-called ‘sin’ of changing your religion – as a dictator?

    Yet Cameron bows and shakes his hand and refrains most carefully from urging him to establish democracy.

    Yet no huge Independent headline to remind us that – 


    Tory by-election mastermind David Cameron snuggles up to current Saudi dictator, King Abdullah


    Okay, that King is a reality and must be recognised as such. His fanatic funding of intolerant Islamist propaganda around the world might also deserve recognition.

    But so too should we recognise the FACT that nasty Ghaddafi managed to restrain the hordes of alien parasites now flooding into Europe.

    Reckless gets smeared for keeping the record straight.

    • Dawna 14:02 on November 6, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Exactly, we are facing a threat to our democracy from these terrible media people, who show us no loyalty, nor truth, in the way they report the news.


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