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  • ross1948 6:49 pm on April 16, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , samira ahmed, UKIP   

    Yeah, Right! UK Pravda Covers For Leftist Coven-Comrade! 


    The vile left BBC Coven is a constant affront…

    BBC, VD, ‘Ignorant Things!’ UK Pravda’s Ageism Exposed!

    Don’t Gag My Black Voice! Stacy Calls Out BBC’s Mannerless Maitlis

    These UK Pravda Scum Forget They’re Public Servants! 

    …to those forced to pay for their biased propaganda.

    This week we have yet another BBC ‘presenter’ exposed as a leftist – no surprise, for you won’t get a job there if you’re not…

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9477125/BBC-presenter-Samira-Ahmed-says-haunted-fear-coverage-boosted-Nigel-Farage-Ukip.html

    …but the most ludicrous aspect of the report must be how those malevolent curs who run UK Pravda tried to cover for her.

    The BBC said in a statement: ‘All BBC news and current affairs journalists must avoid appearing to express personal views. We have discussed the video [of the event] with Samira and she is clear that she was referring to being “haunted” by the number of complaints rather than trying to give a wider commentary.’

    Sure we believe that!

    Same as we believe they care what decent patriotic British people think.

    UK Pravda – New Special Page For Anti-Coven Complaints? 

    But even if her answer had not been so neatly tailored, we know very well that bigot bias goes unpunished.

    Nasty Uptight Naga’s Job Is Safe, No Matter What! 

     
  • ross1948 2:05 pm on March 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: UKIP   

    Will UKIP Rise Again? 


    Most of my British readers were at one time members or at least fans of UKIP and I have an idea many who dropped out are about to drop back in.

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    There’s a particularly good article which I read last week, encouraging Brits to rally to that party’s banner, and I offer you a quote.

    .. the central dynamic in liberal democracies is a clash between liberalism and democracy.

    Liberalism is no longer about a better society for all based on free speech, understanding and equal rights.

    It is now a caricature of the ideas developed by liberal thinkers during the Enlightenment.

    Spot on!

    Every time I think of Theresa May’s repudiation of conservatism…

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    World Needs Liberal Democratic Values – Theresa May

    .. issued when she led the Conservative Party, or hear other people who ought to know better endorsing the ‘liberal world order…’

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     …I despair of the parties once trusted to uphold law and order and national sovereignty…

    Liberalism today is about using rights for the privileged few (based on their power or identity) to undermine the democracy that is society’s only protection for the many… https://www.conservativewoman.co.uk/why-i-believe-ukip-is-back-on-track/

    Here’s another link…

    https://www.ukip.org/our-policies….

    …to let you ponder UKIP policies at present on offer.

     
  • ross1948 7:54 pm on April 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , election broadcasts, , UKIP   

    UK Left Rag Dons Red Nazi Jackboot 


    One might have thought that The Independent is about as left as its gets, with the possible exception of The Guardian, in what we used to call Fleet Street.

    Or so we thought.

    Now that particular part of the UK media has aligned itself with the mind-set of the Red Nazi Antifa gangster movement…

    Fuhrerin Merkel Sticks Nose into France, Jackboot into Greece

    Spain has banned the far-right Vox party from a TV debate. Why don’t we do the same to Ukip and Nigel Farage?

    The Vox party is now polling 10 per cent in Spain, but the formerly fascist state understands the threat of a resurgent far-right. The UK should be listening

    …..not in terms of masked hoodlums using gang violence to silence opposition…

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    …but by publishing that call to demolish British democracy.

    Never mind that the smirking fanatic behind the jackboot call in The Independent seems to have been misinterpreting what has happened in Spain.

    The tribunal in Madrid has indeed acted to silence Vox, but, whatever their true motivation…

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    ….and it may well be ideological, the panel behind the ban has not justified its diktat with any reference to the unacceptably patriotic nature of the surging Spanish party.

    Instead they have used the argument that the party, having had no previous electoral successes prior to their recent advance, does not yet merit a place in multi-party debates.

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    • The arrogant leftist SOB, Chris Key,  given a bully pulpit by The Independent, in contrast, makes it VERY clear that its the ideology – national pride, self-determination…

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    • …in pink-speak, ‘far-right’ – of Britain’s patriot movements that impels him to demand they be denied fair play during election campaigns.

    • The berk bleats about how patriot parties present their message.

    • As if the ConLabLibDem ruling class have not been radiating duplicitous rot for years, pretending to accept the people’s decision on Brexit, while doing all they can to subvert the bid for freedom, as well as pretending to care about Britain…

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    • …whilst allowing hordes of alien parasites to pour in on absurd ‘asylum’ pretexts, and even bringing back jihadist scum who trotted off to join the ISIS rape-gang.

    • What Key cowers from is the already evident response to Farage’s message, his move to give Brits a fresh choice at the ballot box.

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    • UKIP leader Nigel Farage arrives at Republican president-elect Donald Trump's Trump Tower in New York

      Nigel Farage,

    • The Brexit Party, only a week or so old, is AHEAD of all others.

    • Why?

    • Because voters like what they hear.

    • Hence Chris the Creep’s desperate demand that the electorate’s access to the Brexit Party alternative’s voice –

    • – and to UKIP’s, and presumably to any party concerned about self-determination and the migrant menace, any ‘far-right’ party, in left-speak –

    • – be minimised by the in-crowd’s well-stacked agencies.

    • We know what the Electoral Commission is like, infested with Remainers and left-liberal…

    •  …four of the Elec10 commissioners, including the chairman, had made pronouncements on Brexit since the referendum – all of them backing Remain.

      The body’s code of conduct states that commissioners must “act at all times” to “uphold its impartiality”.

    • So who knows but that Creepy may get his wicked wish to get patriots excluded from  debates?

    • If democracy is dissed, then all other options are on.

    • He’d be wise to take that prospect into account before he makes more demands for censorship in the imminent battle for British freedom.

     
    • Mack the Knife 9:13 pm on April 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It feels like we are at or near a tipping point, not just the Brexit Crisis but the whole constitutional structure of British society.
      There is sheer terror we can see in the political establishment, This report shows how far a lot of them are prepared to go.
      Creepy Key is a typical modern liberal, no tolerance at all for people who don’t share his politics and prejudices.
      I suspect there are hundreds in the media and in politics just like him, a lot of them graduates from colleges where they operated No Platform censorship against anybody right of John Major.
      What you say is what we must be prepared to do.
      If they crack down on our democratic rights, we crack back.

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    • Pamela 9:23 pm on April 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      This Key is quite unscrupulous, the way he uses the Spanish example dishonestly, as if the ban on Vox was instituted on political grounds and not, as you properly explain, because Vox lacks enough elected legislators to participate under the rules..
      It probably is just an excuse by Spain’s elites to hurt Vox’s chances but Key cannot pretend he is interested in any constitutional arguments.
      He is just another leftist who hates to hear voices of dissent.

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    • Edward Lamont 10:05 pm on April 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The more the Brexit Party soars in the polls, the more the anti-democratic reality emerges from behind the masks.
      We will hear a lot more of this fascist attitude from those who claim to want a second referendum.
      Won’t that be free and fair if all the pro-Brexit parties are banned from tv debates, as this fanatic Key is demandng?

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    • Joe Hill 10:46 pm on April 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Mack, that’s a good point because it takes us on to how we have to handle the problem.
      A lot of these intolerant extremists now risen high in politics and media work are the diseased crop that grew up in No Platform universities in the 70s and 80s.
      They never developed any talent for letting others have their say.
      So we must not be surprised when this Remainer blurts out his wish to clamp down on free speech, on Brexit or anything else.
      What we must do is what we did at uni, if they try to silence us, meet force with force.

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    • Val Towern 2:30 pm on April 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Who pays Key’s wages?
      Where does he hang out?
      What is known about this bigoted man?
      We should demo him and dog his steps until he gives up on his witch-hunt!
      If he wants to attack our views, that’s his right, but to silence our voices, that’s far too far down the repression road.

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  • ross1948 7:14 pm on February 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit Express, , , Jeremy Hoskings, , , UKIP   

    How Many Brexit Parties Does Britain Need? 


    Let’s not trip each other up!

    A month or so ago, I wrote about the need to be relaxed about both UKIP and Nigel’s new Brexit Party contesting the Strasbourg elections…

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    Making Plans For Nigel? Why Not? 

    …if somehow Britain was still mired in the Brussels Empire in May.

    In a system of proportional representation, whichever party gets the fewer votes drops out and those votes are transferred to whichever party the voters indicated was their second preference.

    The same applies if there are 3 or 4 preferences, though it may confuse much of the electorate in the UK, which is not used to such a system.

    Now we have a third party. Jeremy Hosking’s heart is no doubt in the right place but his money is in the wrong place if his billboards are the prelude to yet another party.

    Yet he seems determined that his Brexit Express will contest UK elections.

    https://www.express.co.uk/news/politics/1085840/brexit-news-brexit-express-elections-jeremy-hosking-nigel-farage

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    And I hear there’s a fourth party emerging, Our Nation, led by Henry Bolton, ex-UKIP leader.

    NOT GOOD – the same arguments propounded above do not apply to Westminster elections.

    There, it’s first past the post.

    So if we had a constituency with Brexit Party and UKIP both contesting, the anti-Europhiliac vote would be split.

    If there was also a candidate from Brexit Express, and/or Our Nation, it’s fair to say the parties of the rotten ruling class would romp home…

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    …the in-crowd traitors of Lab-Lib-Con keeping their malign grip on the levers of power.

    Hosking and Bolton are both patriots, but they would be better to start talks right away with Nigel Farage, to ensure a common front against Britain’s Enemy Within!

    There is work to be done to destroy an evil entity – unity is essential.

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    • Karen Redston 2:37 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I follow Farage. He has the winning skills and that is what we need.

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    • Vanessa Reilly 3:02 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I know you read ‘spiked.com’ but did you see this week about how the EU have rigged the rules to get Juncker’s favourite up the power ladder?
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      Martin Selmayr’s ruthless rise
      The top EU official was handed his job by illegal means.

      It is sickening how completely dishonest the European Commission is.

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    • Jacey Travers 3:04 am on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Unity is essential.
      Divide up the seats to be fought, UKIP here, Brexit Party there, the other freedom party somewhere else. At the same time, preserve a common front to make sure of a fair share of party political broadcasts.
      The ruling class will try to keep us off the airwaves, they tremble at truth told.

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    • Mickey Merlian 2:15 pm on February 17, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      One is enough!
      In Scotland in the 1970 general election the SNP was firmly anti-EEC, as the ‘European Project/Fourth Reich’ was called at the time.
      Within about ten years the party had dropped nationalism and that was when I stopped voting SNP.
      Tories are untrustworthy so I hope Nigel and the others patch up their differences and soon.

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  • ross1948 3:58 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , UKIP,   

    Making Plans For Nigel? Why Not? 


    Nigel Farage says he is ready to fight the European elections in May if Brexit is delayed. The former UKIP leader, who quit his party in December, said he was seeking “the right political vehicle.”

    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-46918000

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    Splitting the vote?

    That’s been UKIP’s predictable reaction…

    .@Nigel_Farage said on Sky News with @adamboultonSKY that he will start a new party if we have to fight European elections. He KNOWS this will split the pro-Brexit vote. The question is this: who is Nigel Farage working for?

    Skip the jibe- Farage is capable of errors of judgement, as we have acknowledged in the past…Gaystapo Out to Get Another UKIP Candidate – Will Farage Knuckle Under? …but he’s no traitor.

    Splitting the vote?

    Yes, but No.

    If you remember, those elections are run on the Continental system, which is different from the UK’s. Winners emerge not from the British first-past-the post system but by what’s known as the ‘list’ system – a type of proportional representation.

    Nigel Farage is a big name, rightly so, because he played all the right cards in the 2016 referendum, taking on and thrashing that LibDem clown   in a televised debate…

     

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    ..and then let’s not forget how he famously starred in that brilliant anti-crimmigration poster, which so upset wets like Gove, who has recently been busy propping up May’s sell-out ‘deal.’

    So if Farage and other Leave luminaries do stand under a new label, with UKIP also putting up candidates, the first round of voting will be split among at least two patriots, but voters for whichever is the weaker will logically transfer their votes to the stronger pro-Brexit candidate in the second round.

    But while we’re on the subject, another reminder, of how Ulster has for decades been unjustly and discriminatorily treated in those ‘European election, in which, unlike every other part of the realm – Northern Ireland uses the Single Transferable Vote system, which does not use party lists.

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    And that quite different system was DELIBERATELY adopted to make sure that the treasonous minority, Eire’s fifth column, are guaranteed representation, resulting in vile creatures like that brute we showed you in October 2017…

    France 24’s “Debate” Features Jew-Bashing Convicted Terrorist! 

    Hasil gambar untuk martina anderson MEP

    Found this via Google Search – which one’s Evil Anderson?

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    …getting to sit in UK seats in Strasbourg.

    If and when British people elect a patriot government, bringing Ulster into line with the rest of the country should be a priority.

     
    • Dr B 4:55 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Enjoyed your post, entirely agree about Farage and Europe elections, but we need a truly patriotic party internally too.

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    • Penny 5:18 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Nigel can be annoying but he’s on our side.
      I read your argument about the voting system and feel reassured.
      Thanks.

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    • Diana 6:32 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      With the media demonising UKIP, unfairly, of course, but the media are adept at throwing mud and some always sticks, I say let Nigel Farage go ahead and build up whatever he has in mind. If it has to be a two-pronged attack on the traitor gang,so be it.

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    • Vanessa R 7:07 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Farage seems to be going full-steam ahead. He’s registered a new party. It will be interesting to learn its name.
      The Freedom Party? The Brexit Party?
      I will vote for anyone who can get all the remainer sewage washed out of Westminster!

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    • Billy King 8:32 pm on January 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You never miss a chance to speak for Ulster, Ross and it is very much appreciated.

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  • ross1948 5:57 pm on September 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bath, , red nazi vandalism, , UKIP   

    Scour The Bath Scum! Red Nazi Vandalism! 


    Just had a spin through the UK news and found this picture of a piece of red nazi scum engaging in vandalistic self-promotion in the south-western English city of Bath.

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    Anti-brexit campaigner defacing 'Brexit truck'
    Europhiliac vandal describes itself – ‘Scum’ – in Bath
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    Brazenly defacing a UKIP anti-Brexit campaign truck in broad daylight, that slug needs to be locked up!

    But there is no mention of any arrest, so I am publishing the photo from the local newspaper…

    https://www.somersetlive.co.uk/news/somerset-news/pictures-show-moment-ukips-brexit-2057822  –

    …so that anybody who can identify the anti-social lout may do so.

    It’s important to stamp out these ever more frequent lawless, far-leftist assaults on British democracy.

     
    • Andrew Deacon 9:52 pm on September 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      This is commonplace now in Britain although I hope the Ukip people in Bath reported the vandalism to the police.
      That photo is probably not the only one taken, everyone has a camera these days and the lout can and should be caught and punished.
      The left are desperate to overthrow the democratic vote for Brexit.
      Small acts of illegality like this are one end of the scale, low-level intimidation, while the Soros subsidies for the anti-democratic campaign are at the other end.
      The stakes have never been higher.
      We are in a war and we need to fight as hard as the enemy.

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  • ross1948 9:40 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , UKIP   

    Come Back, Nigel! Your Country Needs You! 


    After the initial surge of righteous rage…

    …we need to marshal our forces, and I must agree with Leave EU that Nigel Farage is the man to do that.

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    May’s proposal to the EU will include a “common rulebook” on all industrial goods and agricultural products, also known as a Single Market. Furthermore, she seeks to establish a “Facilitated Customs Arrangement”, also known as a Customs Union. In addition, she expressed a commitment to “labour mobility” – you guessed it, free movement. Wave after wave of wage-condensing, public services draining mass migration will continue in spite of the resounding rejection of it by the 17.4m two years ago.

    All three of these factions of EU integration were explicitly dismissed in the Conservative Party’s 2017 election manifesto. Yesterday, they all became official government policy. Proof the Party cannot be trusted. Brexiteers across the land need to fight back and squeeze the Tories at the ballot box, it’s the only pressure they respond to.


    It gets worse. This is the initial negotiating position taken by the British government. One can only assume it will get softer after discussions with Brussels, if that’s possible.

    As for the so-called Brexiteers within the Cabinet? Well, no resignations – a predictable outcome by career politicians who, as Nigel Farage tweeted last night “don’t have a principle between them”.

    He must now return to frontline politics to reignite the campaign for our nation’s sacred autonomy. 

    This sell-out to the global corporates is the final nail in the Tory coffin. We knew they were useless, but this is a complete betrayal of the referendum result and flies in the face of democracy; a total disregard for the will of the British people

    The Tory ministers are a waste of space and while a small group of their MPs may behave honourably and fight for a real Brexit, it is clear that the old rotten parties must be battled and broken before there’s any chance of a restoration of British freedom.

     
    • Petra Malley 10:20 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said!
      Like you, I was shaken and angered by the betrayal at Chequers.
      Like you, I have thought about it and after reading what LeaveEU had to say, I agree.
      However, if Nigel does return, will the current leadership of UKIP simply hand him back control of the party?
      Might it not be wise to build a broader coalition?
      I’m not saying we should go one way or the other, but it would be interesting to see what your other readers think.

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    • Fiona 10:45 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I was too horrified by the Tories’ wholesale desertion of the Brexit cause to do much of anything today but am now feeling energised after reading this.
      Things do look bleak but just cursing Conservative turn-coats is not a strategy. Extra-parliamentary action also has its appeal, but would it work?
      We have to be realistic and admit that our enemies at home and in Brussels are likely to keep the country in chains but I refer you to your own report of Matteo Salvini’s call last week for a trans-national nationalist alliance.
      I think once the reaction to May’s sell-out sinks in, we can build on it, even to greater effect than Ukip achieved at its peak.
      A movement for real democracy, by any name, would attract millions of votes after the way democracy has been so openly despised by all three parties.
      Even if it might not sweep to power, it could completely wreck Juncker-Merkel-May scheming if parties like the Italian Lega, AfD, France’s National Rally and the others around the Continent had a useful British contingent join them in Strasbourg.
      Let’s wait for Farage to respond but continue discussing our options.

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    • Vanessa Reily 11:07 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Now you’re talking.
      It would be easy just to wash our hands of it, God knows what happened yesterday was heart-breaking. It’s totallly treasonous the way Johnson caved and the others who have blustered all this time about how ‘we’ can win the day.
      Now WE know who we can count on, and it will not be any of that lot.
      Yes, give Nigel an encore, but we need to tap into the kind of disillusionment all of us felt and find fresh grass-roots leaders who can offer hope as a cure for despair.

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      • Maurice Daly 12:18 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        It looks like that may be what is going to happen, Vanessa.
        The Express has a big story about little people fed up with lying politicians
        It’s a group in Herefordshire who have opened a Facebook page.
        They want to expand into other counties, so there’s your opportunity
        “Herefordshire For Brexit.. A non party-political group set up to promote the benefits of Brexit.”

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      • Petra Malley 10:48 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        One of ‘that lot’ has now justified, or should I say, explained himself.
        Gove told the electorate that he was not all that happy but keeping his party together, placating those in the Cabinet who had declared themselves Remainers, was more important than keeping faith with what he had campaigned for. They had to be satisfied.
        They did not. They lost the argument in June 2016, and if they believed in democracy they would have faithfully implemented that result.
        If May was a leader, she would have taken them on, given THEM her tongue-lashing about ‘collective responsibility’ and if they voted with Corbyn to defeat her in parliament, she should have gone to the country, stripped them of their party label and put up loyal candidates against them.
        Win or lose the subsequent election, she’d at least be respected.
        Now she never will be.

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    • Mack The Knife 11:44 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I will do whatever it takes., with or without Mr. Farage,
      Not usually or easily enraged but that bitch coming out of her meeting to tell us she is going to keep us in the customs union and play ball with the ECJ and say her whole cabinet is now in favour of Brexit In Name Only?
      I am not a leader but I can be a damn loyal follower.

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    • Jock T 12:15 am on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nigel might be what we need but we can’t pin everything on whether or not he is up for another round.
      He said quite a while ago he wanted to have a normal family life and who can blame him?

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    • Al Green 11:58 am on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I detect a note of desperation among your comment fans and yourself. While I have no personal stake in Brexit, not being British ( I am American) I can sympathize, because the way our President is being undermined at every turn by the establishment (Deep State) anti-democracy gang is infuriating.
      I wish you luck in your fight.
      It took hell on earth( Obama) to wake enough voters up in the USA so you may be in for a rough spell, but it canbe done.

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    • Vicki 3:22 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      No to this shocking surrender.
      We voted to get out, not remain on a short leash.
      May must go. She never wanted to leave anyway but she has now shown her hand openly.
      Bring back Nigel?
      Bring on anybody who will speak for the 17 million that voted for freedom.

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  • ross1948 9:00 pm on May 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , UKIP, Victory   

    Dazzling Derby – A UKIP Triumph! 


    The Labour leader of Derby City Council lost his seat to UKIP as the party lost control of the local authority. 

    Labour lose Derby City Council to no overall control

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    AND UKIP won another two seats in that city, which I’ve never visited but have read about a lot due to its historical significance as the nearest to London that Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite army ever got.

    Elsewhere, UKIP got hammered, but although I’m sure Derby folk are the salt of the earth…

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    …there’s nothing special in the air or the water to have made them vote so much more sensibly than other citizens in other cities.

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    If UKIP wants to rise gain across the land, with it’s message of hope, then they’d best be off to Derby and study how this excellent result was achieved. 

     

     

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    • Gordon McLeod 11:38 pm on May 4, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It’s like the Sunday School song, about a little candle burning in the night.
      This one fairly small city remains a beacon.and the rest of the country can look and see that UKIP can still win where it gets organised and shows people it CAN win.
      May should be grateful that so many UKIP voters switched to her, I think because she still sounds more Brexity than Corbyn.
      I say she should be, but she won’t be.
      She will rat on Brexit, mark my words .

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    • Ned Ansell 12:35 am on May 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Power to the people right on!.
      It must be true what you say, winning in Derby means Ukip can win anywhere, with the right message and right candidates.
      Bring back Nigel!

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    • Edward Lamont 1:04 am on May 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Since there is no serious chance that the Tories will ditch the bitch and replace her with a conservative leader, the only sensible thing to do is rebuild Ukip.
      Derby shows it is possible so lets get to work.

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    • Donna Kingslig 2:27 pm on May 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Britain needs the UKIP party because like Sweden there has been for a long time no party for patriotic people.
      Without the Sweden Democrats we would always be forced to choose the least bad of a bad gang.

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  • ross1948 3:25 pm on April 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
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    Gutter-Journo Grobe Gratuitously Insults Nigel Farage 


    EuroNews is not really a ‘news’ channel at all but a tax-funded propaganda trough…    …as you may see for yourself.

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    Murdered Pole – EuroNews Smears Brexiteers! 

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    EuroNews Pinko Hackette Drops All Pretence of Objectivity! 

    ‘Perhaps Understandably?’ Anti-Europe EuroNews Spews On! 

    Dog-Collared Appeasement-Monkeys and EuroNewsBias, Again! 

    Euronews’ Or Eurabian Pravda? Anti-UKIP, Anti-USA – Brazen Bias! 

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    However, while they habitually slant or distort the news, it gets a bit blatant when they repeatedly provide a free platform for a rabid left-liberal hack named Stefan Grobe.

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    He drones on, and on, as if he truly thinks we need his toxic prejudices in order to understand what’s going on in the world…

    Objective Journalism? Euronews Slurs US Congress – ‘Knee-Jerk Spoilers!’  

    …but today he truly went OTT -a completely unacceptable sneer/smear against Nigel Farage.

    The occasion for this was Grubby’s review of Macron’s paean before the Strasbourg Slugs in favour of supranationalism.

    He, Grubby, not Le Muppet, gave us a ten min appreciation of its ‘merits’ but suddenly, for no discernible reason, he turned on Nigel Farage.

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    No quote included, no chance to hear Farage speaking there, simply a dismissive reference to the ‘British Nationalist’ member, then Grubby’s assessment that the UKIP champion was…

    ‘…afraid, or just sarcastic.’

    I’ve criticised Farage when it seemed appropriate to do so, but for this pampered pro-Brussels hack to do so, a seeming act of spontaneous hatred, is disgraceful.

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    Farage has generally been courageous, as in that famous debate when he took on and demolished the pathetic Lib Dem leader Clegg, or when he infuriated the obnoxious separatist Sturgeon…

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    …by saying Brit tax-payers should not have to be bled white to look after diseased aliens.

    The only time I can recall off-hand, when Farage might have felt afraid was when a mob of leftist scum besieged the place where he was inoffensively enjoying a pub lunch with his children!

    Nigel Farage calls anti-Ukip pub protesters ‘scum’ – ITV News

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    Just look at the degenerate scum – nothing a spot of tear-gas couldn’t cure!

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    What parent wouldn’t be afraid for his or her kids if a pack of demented degenerates descended on them in such a manner?

    Perhaps some patriots should give Grubby Grobe the same sort of treatment, and see who’s ‘afraid’ then!

     
    • Ursula M 6:21 pm on April 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      As a German, I disown this uncivil man.
      He has worked long for American media and gets big money from this EU propaganda media channel so he should not be named a German.
      This attack on Farage is childish and has no reason to it.

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    • Makno 6:30 pm on April 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Grubby is very obviously border-line psycho, consumed with hate for Farage and all of us who love our country.
      I do think you are very brave, Ross, to watch Euronews and the other leftwing media so much.
      It must be bad for the blood-pressure.

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  • ross1948 7:53 pm on March 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Alan Craig, , , , , , UKIP   

    UKIP – At Last – Takes A Clear Stand For Decency! 


    Here’s a sensible fellow who makes an impressive contrast to the shilly-shallying (and sometimes disgraceful) antics of UKIP’s big-wigs which we have had to deplore from time to time.

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    UKIP Leadership Candidates – Kow-Towing to Gaystapo

    The patriot party could have done so much better had their various high-ups shown Alan Craig’s commitment to decency, as reported in ( of all places) the queers’ paper of choice, Pink News – yes, I DO check out what the enemy media are up to!

    Craig, newly given the job of UKIP Families and Children spokesman, has asserted that same-sex parents “damage” children and describes LGBT-inclusive education as “child abuse…”

    Exclusive: UKIP’s new Families and Children spokesman 

    About time too.

    Lots of good British patriots were not only put off UKIP…

    Why Would UKIP WANT To Mince Along With ‘Anal Angels?’

     …but actually driven out of UKIP –  Now, UKIP, Apologise and Invite Him Back!   – by the pro-pervert rantings of people like that pinko Steve Crowther.

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    …the party’s official response to a local newspaper interview given by Donna Rachel Edmunds, one of Ukip’s new councillors in Lewes, East Sussex, in which she argued — on perfectly sound libertarian principles — that businesses should be free to choose their customer base….Ukip’s chairman Steve Crowther described this as ‘beyond what is acceptable.’.  http://www.spectator.co.uk/columnists/james-delingpole/9225161/ukip-needs-an-ism-and-i-know-just-the-one/

    Unacceptable to the intolerant in-crowd in the political establishment and the left-liberal media, no doubt!

    BUT…

    But to the millions of Brits whose adherence to traditional values was dissed by Cameron when he imposed homo-weddings with no referendum?

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    The Real Risk to UKIP – PC Pusillanimity 

    To those principled Tory Party members appalled by Theresa The Appeaser’s witch-hunt against honourable, veteran MPs like Andrew Hunter?

    Tory Purge – Theresa May Dances To Gaystapo Tune!  

    May Extols ‘Gay’ Agenda – Now Her Fans Back Polygamy! 

    To be fair to Pink News, they quote extensively from Mr. Craig’s wise musings on the issue, only adding predictable adjective like ‘extreme’ and ‘shocking!’

    So I will do the same, minus their adjectives!

    “Their gay-rights storm troopers take no prisoners as they annex our wider culture, and hotel owners and registrars, magistrates, doctors, counsellors and foster parents, grandparents, adoption agencies and traditional street preachers find themselves crushed under the pink jack-boot.

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    In another entry penned last month he wrote: “The language of morality, virtue-signalling and political correctness is one of the weapons the Left uses to shut down opponents and capture our culture.

    “If you opposed David Cameron’s 2013 same-sex marriage legislation, gay activist leaders Ben Summerskill or Peter Tatchell could smear you as a homophobic bigot and you’d find yourself ejected from the media mainstream and excluded from polite metropolitan society.

     

    “What’s to be done?

    There is here a great opportunity for UKIP to do again what it does best: ignore the demands of political correctness, stop worrying about tomorrow’s headlines, confront the political establishment head-on and insist on pushing a vital but avoided social issue onto the national political agenda whether the old parties like it or not.

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    “We did it courageously with Brexit and uncontrolled immigration. We stood boldly alone over grammar schools and gay marriage.

    “For the sake of our children let alone the cost to the tax-payer, we should repeat this by tackling the crisis of family breakdown and promoting the traditional stable family. In fact we should become the Party of the Family.”

     
    • Pamela 10:16 pm on March 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      If only.
      We do need a patriotic party
      But I think so many have lost faith in Ukip now that it would be an impossible task to rebuild confidence.
      That Crowther was excess baggage and his intolerance did put off a lot of people, I have no idea if he is still in the party but he shouldn’t be,
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      Even though I like Nigel Farage, he too never showed much enthusiasm for the fight against Cameron’s destruction of the institution of marriage.
      If I am not mistaken, May’s witch-hut against the Isle of Wight Tory MP was applauded by the local Ukip group. I know quite a few people were not happy and gave up supporting the party as a result.

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    • Mitchell Douglas 10:52 pm on March 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your article has got me thinking about politics again, after a long break.
      Not many people change their mind 100% on fundamental moral issues and we are still waiting for the Camerons and Mays to give us an honest explanation for their u-turns.
      We know there are a lot of queers in the media, the BBC being the worst but in other media too..
      Were these amoral Tories pressured to switch sides? They quickly surrounded themselves with queers, almost like minders.
      Suspicious.

      When Ukip started getting popular many of us ‘social conservatives’ saw a last chance to get Britain cleaned up but then we had the Crowthers floated to the top for no good reason we could divine.
      That was when some of us as you say were forced out and the rest of us took the hint that we were unwelcome and stopped taking an active part.
      Now Ukip membership has decreased and if Craig speaks for the party we will rejoin. By weight of numbers it could be a real conservative alternative, instead of just a single issue Brexit party.
      I am going to wait and see for a while.
      If Craig is disowned by Ukip or gagged, they can count me out.
      If there’s real hope though, I will be there to help.

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    • Paul Palmer 11:21 pm on March 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Three cheers for Craig!

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    • Vicki 11:30 pm on March 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I was so happy when UKIP won that European election and so disappointed when they did so badly in the last General Election, although they did still get more votes than the Lib Dems but no seats because of the voting system.

      I think this man’s ideas are very good because first of all he’s correct and secondly there are millions of us who the old parties don’t represent and don’t care about.
      If we talk like Mr. Craig we get insulted for saying what everybody would have said when my parents were around. Most people never changed their minds but have been bullied into pretending they think abnormal behaviour is normal.
      With a strong policy against the bullies, UKIP could soar.

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    • Fiona Fenton 12:47 am on March 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      How nice to read such good news and I hope Mr. Craig is chosen as the next Party Leader.

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    • Petra Malley 1:02 am on March 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I understand your view and have considerable sympathy with what you say but if I’m to be candid, it may be that the public has so long been hosed down with constant ‘gay’ propaganda that Alan Craig’s appeal would be limited.

      All the patriotic parties that do well in Europe base their campaigns on nationalism, resistance to the migrant invasion, rather than traditional moral values.. As you know, AfD in Germany even has a lesbian leader.

      Obviously, the gaystapo assaults on free speech and individual rights should be a concern and their intimidation countered, but I don’t think there is much appetite for a total roll-back.

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    • Maureen Innes 1:56 am on March 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      He must be one of the few politicians left in the UK to have the courage to speak like that.
      Theresa May has outlawed conservatism in the Conservative Party so any Tories who are hanging on there should move over to UKIP, as I have done, and help him give us an alternative in the next election.

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