'We're not racist', says UKIP deputy leader Paul Nuttall

The Bolton News: UKIP launched their North West election campaign today. UKIP launched their North West election campaign today.

UKIP launched its North West campaign for the European elections by firmly rejecting claims the party is racist.

Paul Nuttall, deputy leader of the party and running for re-election as a MEP, said he would be “devastated” if they did not return three representatives to the European Parliament.

He is currently the only UKIP representative in Brussels and Strasbourg out of the eight who represent the North West, The party has been dogged in recent weeks by accusations of racism after UKIP candidate William Henwood was forced to step down for saying comedian Lenny Henry should go leave Britain to “live in a black country”.

During a press conference in Manchester this afternoon with UKIP’s hopeful MEPs, Mr Nuttall fervently denied the party was racist and said their candidates had been the subject of a “witch-hunt” by political parties and the media.

He added the party has set its sights on beating BNP leader Nick Griffin, a current North West MEP, as well as taking away votes away from the main political parties.

Mr Nuttall said: “Seven out of 10 people who voted BNP weren’t racists — they were just detached from politics.

“Three out of 10 were out and out racist, and we don’t want them to come and vote for us.

“BNP was a vote of desperation.”

He also claimed protest action by Unite Against Fascism and Hope Not Hate helped get Mr Griffin elected in 2010, by inadvertently spreading his message.

More UKIP billboards and posters will appear in towns like Bolton in the coming weeks, he said, as the party continues to threaten the established political order.

Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”

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5:52pm Thu 1 May 14

Beyond News Forum says...

Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY! Beyond News Forum
  • Score: 13

6:15pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down. Tim Burr
  • Score: 1

6:20pm Thu 1 May 14

soup153 says...

I know a family of the biggest racists going and could take you to the club they drink in to night.
I know a family of the biggest racists going and could take you to the club they drink in to night. soup153
  • Score: -13

6:40pm Thu 1 May 14

normid norm says...

Amazing how educated people do not know the difference between nationalism & racism.
Amazing how educated people do not know the difference between nationalism & racism. normid norm
  • Score: 31

6:46pm Thu 1 May 14

CliffMorris says...

Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black CliffMorris
  • Score: -40

7:11pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

CliffMorris wrote:
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Pick one who who you think is racist......

1) The EU who are imposing immigration directives that make us take white EU countries only against the rest of the World.

or

2) UKIP who want to open our borders to the rest of the World including from the EU from Asia to China to Africa etc etc ?
Number 1 or 2 will do thanks.
[quote][p][bold]CliffMorris[/bold] wrote: Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black[/p][/quote]Pick one who who you think is racist...... 1) The EU who are imposing immigration directives that make us take white EU countries only against the rest of the World. or 2) UKIP who want to open our borders to the rest of the World including from the EU from Asia to China to Africa etc etc ? Number 1 or 2 will do thanks. thomas222
  • Score: 4

7:13pm Thu 1 May 14

Poggy456 says...

What could we do with £55 million pounds a day
What could we do with £55 million pounds a day Poggy456
  • Score: 17

7:16pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote. thomas222
  • Score: 3

7:24pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

Beyond News Forum wrote:
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
And UKIP are a clean party?

Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses!

Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules!

UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters!

UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters!

I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!!
[quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY![/p][/quote]And UKIP are a clean party? Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses! Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules! UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters! UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters! I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -13

7:25pm Thu 1 May 14

boltonnut says...

Enoch Powell was a great visionary ,he was persecuted too.
Enoch Powell was a great visionary ,he was persecuted too. boltonnut
  • Score: 1

7:31pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Beyond News Forum wrote:
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
And UKIP are a clean party?

Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses!

Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules!

UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters!

UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters!

I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!!
have you got that forgetting mind again... i await your answer on the comment.....
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY![/p][/quote]And UKIP are a clean party? Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses! Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules! UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters! UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters! I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!![/p][/quote]have you got that forgetting mind again... i await your answer on the comment..... thomas222
  • Score: -4

7:37pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there?

Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him.

Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.[/p][/quote]Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there? Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him. Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable. Tim Burr
  • Score: 5

7:37pm Thu 1 May 14

Our streets says...

Don't know whether to laugh or cry...!!!
All those Tories & Libdem voters who are thinking of voting for UKIP just remember Voting for UKIP will only keep Labour in power!!
Learn your politics!!
Don't know whether to laugh or cry...!!! All those Tories & Libdem voters who are thinking of voting for UKIP just remember Voting for UKIP will only keep Labour in power!! Learn your politics!! Our streets
  • Score: -3

7:43pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there?

Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him.

Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.
As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.[/p][/quote]Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there? Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him. Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.[/p][/quote]As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game. thomas222
  • Score: 1

7:55pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

Poggy456 wrote:
What could we do with £55 million pounds a day
Not that much as it would need at least 4 times much each day to stabilise the NHS never mind improving the armed forces, bring education up to standard (now that Gove has destroyed it), as well as the basic transport infrastructure!!! It is just a scratch of the surface as to what is needed on a daily basis in the UK - but it would take away the many grants we get from the EU to help improve macro and micro regions, take away grants that would create employment (such as Spinningfields in Manchester has so far created 6,000 new jobs and still increasing) - and the list goes on of what we get back, and would just stop if we pulled out!
[quote][p][bold]Poggy456[/bold] wrote: What could we do with £55 million pounds a day[/p][/quote]Not that much as it would need at least 4 times much each day to stabilise the NHS never mind improving the armed forces, bring education up to standard (now that Gove has destroyed it), as well as the basic transport infrastructure!!! It is just a scratch of the surface as to what is needed on a daily basis in the UK - but it would take away the many grants we get from the EU to help improve macro and micro regions, take away grants that would create employment (such as Spinningfields in Manchester has so far created 6,000 new jobs and still increasing) - and the list goes on of what we get back, and would just stop if we pulled out! The Righteous One
  • Score: -8

8:02pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there?

Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him.

Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.
As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.
I know who is wrong - UKIP!

UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh
UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew
UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members!
UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP.

If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!!

What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.[/p][/quote]Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there? Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him. Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.[/p][/quote]As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.[/p][/quote]I know who is wrong - UKIP! UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members! UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP. If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!! What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: 0

8:05pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!) The Righteous One
  • Score: -3

8:13pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

" 57 per cent of Ukip supporters would prefer to migrate to mainland Europe if they could.’

The irony of Ukip.
" 57 per cent of Ukip supporters would prefer to migrate to mainland Europe if they could.’ The irony of Ukip. Tim Burr
  • Score: 11

8:16pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes.. thomas222
  • Score: -5

8:18pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife. Tim Burr
  • Score: 14

8:18pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
" 57 per cent of Ukip supporters would prefer to migrate to mainland Europe if they could.’

The irony of Ukip.
Seems its the same coming here......
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: " 57 per cent of Ukip supporters would prefer to migrate to mainland Europe if they could.’ The irony of Ukip.[/p][/quote]Seems its the same coming here...... thomas222
  • Score: -5

8:22pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.
Do you think that is wrong ?
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.[/p][/quote]Do you think that is wrong ? thomas222
  • Score: -6

8:24pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party...

They're choc-a-block already.
Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party... They're choc-a-block already. Tim Burr
  • Score: 8

8:27pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party...

They're choc-a-block already.
Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party... They're choc-a-block already.[/p][/quote]Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are. thomas222
  • Score: -6

8:29pm Thu 1 May 14

Tim Burr says...

Nigel Farage :-

'I didn't read our 2010 manifesto. It was drivel. 486 pages of drivel".
Nigel Farage :- 'I didn't read our 2010 manifesto. It was drivel. 486 pages of drivel". Tim Burr
  • Score: 10

8:31pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -1

8:32pm Thu 1 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

I was just thinking what that guy said about Lenny Henry, does he not realise that Dudley is in the Black Country ?
I was just thinking what that guy said about Lenny Henry, does he not realise that Dudley is in the Black Country ? mr.mark.c
  • Score: 12

8:37pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal. thomas222
  • Score: -6

8:37pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party...

They're choc-a-block already.
Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.
The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party

Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph
.co.uk/news/uknews/1
0080835/Ukips-founde
r-says-the-party-has
-gone-completely-fru
itcake.html
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party... They're choc-a-block already.[/p][/quote]Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.[/p][/quote]The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph .co.uk/news/uknews/1 0080835/Ukips-founde r-says-the-party-has -gone-completely-fru itcake.html The Righteous One
  • Score: 0

8:40pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

Tim Burr wrote:
Nigel Farage :-

'I didn't read our 2010 manifesto. It was drivel. 486 pages of drivel".
That was then this is now.. all parties have new ones coming out after the election.. what mattered then is not important now.... Things change in life nothing stays the same.....
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Nigel Farage :- 'I didn't read our 2010 manifesto. It was drivel. 486 pages of drivel".[/p][/quote]That was then this is now.. all parties have new ones coming out after the election.. what mattered then is not important now.... Things change in life nothing stays the same..... thomas222
  • Score: -6

8:40pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/news/article-
2616781/The-baccy-we
ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa
rd-youngest-Ukip-mem
ber-caught-boasting-
fantastic-cannabis-p
arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all! The Righteous One
  • Score: -2

8:40pm Thu 1 May 14

dougie kay says...

strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union
strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union dougie kay
  • Score: 6

8:42pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party...

They're choc-a-block already.
Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.
The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party

Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph

.co.uk/news/uknews/1

0080835/Ukips-founde

r-says-the-party-has

-gone-completely-fru

itcake.html
Why do you always refer to the past.. You remind me of the Islamist sharia mob who also live in the past.. like 2000 yrs ago.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party... They're choc-a-block already.[/p][/quote]Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.[/p][/quote]The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph .co.uk/news/uknews/1 0080835/Ukips-founde r-says-the-party-has -gone-completely-fru itcake.html[/p][/quote]Why do you always refer to the past.. You remind me of the Islamist sharia mob who also live in the past.. like 2000 yrs ago. thomas222
  • Score: -8

8:45pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail

.co.uk/news/article-

2616781/The-baccy-we

ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa

rd-youngest-Ukip-mem

ber-caught-boasting-

fantastic-cannabis-p

arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real...... thomas222
  • Score: -1

8:46pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.
You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution.

Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.[/p][/quote]You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution. Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -2

8:47pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail


.co.uk/news/article-


2616781/The-baccy-we


ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa


rd-youngest-Ukip-mem


ber-caught-boasting-


fantastic-cannabis-p


arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!!

I am real, it seems you aren't!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!! I am real, it seems you aren't! The Righteous One
  • Score: -2

8:51pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.
You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution.

Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!!
If you believe that **** your a bigger fool than i though Pal.. Btw Libdems 148, Torys 300, labour, 539, UKIP 14283 did you forget to explain how this is UKIP are dying on their feet or did you have another attack of the dreaded selective memory attack again.. You are being closed on every post now some of the truth is out....
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.[/p][/quote]You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution. Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!![/p][/quote]If you believe that **** your a bigger fool than i though Pal.. Btw Libdems 148, Torys 300, labour, 539, UKIP 14283 did you forget to explain how this is UKIP are dying on their feet or did you have another attack of the dreaded selective memory attack again.. You are being closed on every post now some of the truth is out.... thomas222
  • Score: -5

8:58pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail



.co.uk/news/article-



2616781/The-baccy-we



ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa



rd-youngest-Ukip-mem



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fantastic-cannabis-p



arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!!

I am real, it seems you aren't!
And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!! I am real, it seems you aren't![/p][/quote]And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal...... thomas222
  • Score: 25

8:59pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

dougie kay wrote:
strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union
And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time!

We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!!

Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!!
[quote][p][bold]dougie kay[/bold] wrote: strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union[/p][/quote]And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time! We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!! Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: 14

9:00pm Thu 1 May 14

George X. says...

Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
I think your username shoulbe Lay Burr, haha loser.....
[quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]I think your username shoulbe Lay Burr, haha loser..... George X.
  • Score: 20

9:02pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail




.co.uk/news/article-




2616781/The-baccy-we




ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa




rd-youngest-Ukip-mem




ber-caught-boasting-




fantastic-cannabis-p




arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!!

I am real, it seems you aren't!
And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......
Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!!

But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same?

But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!! I am real, it seems you aren't![/p][/quote]And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......[/p][/quote]Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!! But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same? But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate! The Righteous One
  • Score: -28

9:05pm Thu 1 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail





.co.uk/news/article-





2616781/The-baccy-we





ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa





rd-youngest-Ukip-mem





ber-caught-boasting-





fantastic-cannabis-p





arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!!

I am real, it seems you aren't!
And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......
Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!!

But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same?

But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate!
You dont debate you just twist words lie & are very racist as is your Beloved EU.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!! I am real, it seems you aren't![/p][/quote]And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......[/p][/quote]Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!! But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same? But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate![/p][/quote]You dont debate you just twist words lie & are very racist as is your Beloved EU. thomas222
  • Score: -8

9:05pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.
You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution.

Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!!
If you believe that **** your a bigger fool than i though Pal.. Btw Libdems 148, Torys 300, labour, 539, UKIP 14283 did you forget to explain how this is UKIP are dying on their feet or did you have another attack of the dreaded selective memory attack again.. You are being closed on every post now some of the truth is out....
You have just quoted a set of figures for which you have not explained as to what they are!!!

What do the figures represent?


Or is it that you know you are losing a debate and just throwing lies up in their air to deflect from the truth?
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]You dont vote so what she does is nothing to do with you..... can only claim that right if you voted for her Pal.[/p][/quote]You will NEVER know if I vote in this election or not and as you are showing complete disregard of respect for the British Constitution. Also if you look at the laws - it doesn't matter if I vote for her or not, if she does get elected as she is meat to represent EVERYONE in her constituency whether the constituents voted for her or not, or whether they voted at all!!![/p][/quote]If you believe that **** your a bigger fool than i though Pal.. Btw Libdems 148, Torys 300, labour, 539, UKIP 14283 did you forget to explain how this is UKIP are dying on their feet or did you have another attack of the dreaded selective memory attack again.. You are being closed on every post now some of the truth is out....[/p][/quote]You have just quoted a set of figures for which you have not explained as to what they are!!! What do the figures represent? Or is it that you know you are losing a debate and just throwing lies up in their air to deflect from the truth? The Righteous One
  • Score: -47

9:14pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail






.co.uk/news/article-






2616781/The-baccy-we






ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa






rd-youngest-Ukip-mem






ber-caught-boasting-






fantastic-cannabis-p






arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!!

I am real, it seems you aren't!
And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......
Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!!

But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same?

But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate!
You dont debate you just twist words lie & are very racist as is your Beloved EU.
I just told the facts, something which you don't want to hear!

What have I said that is can construed as racist? (and please use the term as defined in the English Oxford Dictionary)

Yes I am pro-EU which needs modifying, something I have never denied, but we are better to be in it than out of it!

Fact is, you twist the facts to create urban myths which are easily disproved!
Fact is you think that even when I have copied and pasted the UKIP manifesto (which s on their website, otherwise how would they have policies for these local and European Elections???) that I have lied!
Fact is you have been proved wrong by me and many others more times in the last few weeks and you are running scared!
Fact is it seems you are actually embarrassed by what UKIP have been doing since they launched their European manifesto and are now trying to find ways to defend the party!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]Sure they have, but look where they are now - in the wilderness!!!! I am real, it seems you aren't![/p][/quote]And you who loves the Netherlands bit rich that is... If you dont like weed dont bum of a country that makes it Legal......[/p][/quote]Funny it is also legal in about half the States in the US, many other EU countries and its becoming legal in many other countries!! But like anything else its a choice and not a demand to use it and I have chosen NEVER to use weed and I can prove it with many blood tests (as weed stays in the blood system for up to 3 weeks!) Can you say the same? But that is deflecting from the issue, which you try to do every time you know you are losing a debate![/p][/quote]You dont debate you just twist words lie & are very racist as is your Beloved EU.[/p][/quote]I just told the facts, something which you don't want to hear! What have I said that is can construed as racist? (and please use the term as defined in the English Oxford Dictionary) Yes I am pro-EU which needs modifying, something I have never denied, but we are better to be in it than out of it! Fact is, you twist the facts to create urban myths which are easily disproved! Fact is you think that even when I have copied and pasted the UKIP manifesto (which s on their website, otherwise how would they have policies for these local and European Elections???) that I have lied! Fact is you have been proved wrong by me and many others more times in the last few weeks and you are running scared! Fact is it seems you are actually embarrassed by what UKIP have been doing since they launched their European manifesto and are now trying to find ways to defend the party! The Righteous One
  • Score: -45

9:16pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party...

They're choc-a-block already.
Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.
The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party

Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph


.co.uk/news/uknews/1


0080835/Ukips-founde


r-says-the-party-has


-gone-completely-fru


itcake.html
Why do you always refer to the past.. You remind me of the Islamist sharia mob who also live in the past.. like 2000 yrs ago.
That wasn't the past, that was less than 6 months ago and he actually repeated the same comment today on Good Morning Britain!!!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Nigel Farage has said there is no room for racists in the UK Independence Party... They're choc-a-block already.[/p][/quote]Google you tube... " Nigel Farage in slough,BBC caught out"! Then come back and say we are Racist as the EU are.[/p][/quote]The founder of UKIP says it is racist - Alan Sked has left the party he helped to establish and set up his own Eurosceptic party Professor Alan Sked, who set up the euro-sceptic party 20 years ago, believes the party has become “anti-immigrant, anti-intellectual and racist”. - http://www.telegraph .co.uk/news/uknews/1 0080835/Ukips-founde r-says-the-party-has -gone-completely-fru itcake.html[/p][/quote]Why do you always refer to the past.. You remind me of the Islamist sharia mob who also live in the past.. like 2000 yrs ago.[/p][/quote]That wasn't the past, that was less than 6 months ago and he actually repeated the same comment today on Good Morning Britain!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -40

9:44pm Thu 1 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.
Do you think that is wrong ?
Yes - especially for UKIP who's latest poster campaign in complaining about non-British EU citizens coming over and taking British EU citizen jobs! It is very contradicting and shows that UKIP is a party that says "do as we say and not as we do"
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.[/p][/quote]Do you think that is wrong ?[/p][/quote]Yes - especially for UKIP who's latest poster campaign in complaining about non-British EU citizens coming over and taking British EU citizen jobs! It is very contradicting and shows that UKIP is a party that says "do as we say and not as we do" The Righteous One
  • Score: -11

10:01pm Thu 1 May 14

holloway_david says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Beyond News Forum wrote:
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
And UKIP are a clean party?

Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses!

Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules!

UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters!

UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters!

I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!!
Now make up a list of what Labour and Conservatives have taken in expenses and employment of wives and the rest you mention.
Finally, I thought you already had taken up most of the comment section on all subjects.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY![/p][/quote]And UKIP are a clean party? Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses! Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules! UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters! UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters! I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!![/p][/quote]Now make up a list of what Labour and Conservatives have taken in expenses and employment of wives and the rest you mention. Finally, I thought you already had taken up most of the comment section on all subjects. holloway_david
  • Score: 6

10:33pm Thu 1 May 14

lv8151 says...

thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs.


Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted.

The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’.

But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down.

They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail


.co.uk/news/article-


2616781/The-baccy-we


ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa


rd-youngest-Ukip-mem


ber-caught-boasting-


fantastic-cannabis-p


arty.html?ns_camp


So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old)


As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all!
That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......
http://en.wikipedia.
org/wiki/List_of_Bri
tish_politicians_who
_admit_to_cannabis_u
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[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Just as UKIP are trying to shake off allegations of racism, the party has become embroiled in fresh controversy today after its youngest member was caught boasting about a ‘fantastic’ get-together where party-goers were smoking drugs. Rosie Ward, 17, posted photos on her Facebook page showing revellers drinking and smoking at a bar at an event she is thought to have hosted. The album was entitled ‘Punk Party’ and captioned: ‘The amount of baccy and weed I had to vacuum up. But all in all a fantastic night! X’. But despite being too young to be served in a pub, her photographs appear to have been taken inside The Hideaway Bar in Redruth, a venue which has since shut down. They show several young revellers clutching cans of beer, smoking outside and making two-fingered gestures at the camera. - http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2616781/The-baccy-we ed-I-vacuum-Rosie-Wa rd-youngest-Ukip-mem ber-caught-boasting- fantastic-cannabis-p arty.html?ns_camp So not only weed at HER arty but also in a bar where she cannot be leally served (although UK drinking age is 5 years old) As I say UKIP are going from one slip-up to another to another each day at this moment and its not looking good for the party at all![/p][/quote]That should get some younger members involved... btw did not a few Mps fess to doing drugs...... get real......[/p][/quote]http://en.wikipedia. org/wiki/List_of_Bri tish_politicians_who _admit_to_cannabis_u se lv8151
  • Score: 3

12:07am Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.
Do you think that is wrong ?
Yes - especially for UKIP who's latest poster campaign in complaining about non-British EU citizens coming over and taking British EU citizen jobs! It is very contradicting and shows that UKIP is a party that says "do as we say and not as we do"
Did you forget again he said that non British people are welcome but only the ones we want in or did you have another memory attack yet again.... : ) : )
Ps Check out his wife on Wikipedia she is highly qualified & close to being how clever you are.. :)
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Nigel Farage :- The best person qualified to be his secretary was his German wife.[/p][/quote]Do you think that is wrong ?[/p][/quote]Yes - especially for UKIP who's latest poster campaign in complaining about non-British EU citizens coming over and taking British EU citizen jobs! It is very contradicting and shows that UKIP is a party that says "do as we say and not as we do"[/p][/quote]Did you forget again he said that non British people are welcome but only the ones we want in or did you have another memory attack yet again.... : ) : ) Ps Check out his wife on Wikipedia she is highly qualified & close to being how clever you are.. :) thomas222
  • Score: 1

9:53am Fri 2 May 14

FreedomOfSpeech1945 says...

Vote UKIP
Vote UKIP FreedomOfSpeech1945
  • Score: 40

10:13am Fri 2 May 14

Home is where the heart is says...

Thomas, please ban yourself from responding to the R 1. Your just encouraging him mate and its really boring.
Thomas, please ban yourself from responding to the R 1. Your just encouraging him mate and its really boring. Home is where the heart is
  • Score: 39

10:15am Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

Home is where the heart is wrote:
Thomas, please ban yourself from responding to the R 1. Your just encouraging him mate and its really boring.
Your 100% correct and i will he is a dh and he is well beaten now anyway....
[quote][p][bold]Home is where the heart is[/bold] wrote: Thomas, please ban yourself from responding to the R 1. Your just encouraging him mate and its really boring.[/p][/quote]Your 100% correct and i will he is a dh and he is well beaten now anyway.... thomas222
  • Score: 30

11:09am Fri 2 May 14

danssoncabaret says...

UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday
.
UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday . danssoncabaret
  • Score: -55

11:13am Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

danssoncabaret wrote:
UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday
.
The YOKE will be on you. That egg probably got us another few hundred members. Cheers that Man.
[quote][p][bold]danssoncabaret[/bold] wrote: UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday .[/p][/quote]The YOKE will be on you. That egg probably got us another few hundred members. Cheers that Man. thomas222
  • Score: -2

12:07pm Fri 2 May 14

danssoncabaret says...

thomas222 wrote:
danssoncabaret wrote:
UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday
.
The YOKE will be on you. That egg probably got us another few hundred members. Cheers that Man.
Like I said thomas222, "Be very careful what you wish for! And don't EGGsajerate!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danssoncabaret[/bold] wrote: UKIP are a " Wing it" " Say what people most want to hear" "Make it up as you go along" Party! They are the latest gimmick! But UKIP MEPs still keep their noses in the trough and still keep getting paid "telephone numbers" so called working for something they supposedly disagree with. Why wont Farage discuss polices until after the European Elections on 22nd May.? I smell a "Fish" UKIPPERS be careful what you wish for!! Bye the way Nigel looked Eggstreamly Eggravated yesterday .[/p][/quote]The YOKE will be on you. That egg probably got us another few hundred members. Cheers that Man.[/p][/quote]Like I said thomas222, "Be very careful what you wish for! And don't EGGsajerate! danssoncabaret
  • Score: -19

5:36pm Fri 2 May 14

Sunny1 says...

Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend
reporter.co.uk/news/
exclusive_compulsory
_abortion_for_down_s
_syndrome_foetuses_s
ays_ukip_kent_candid
ate_1_1745952
Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend reporter.co.uk/news/ exclusive_compulsory _abortion_for_down_s _syndrome_foetuses_s ays_ukip_kent_candid ate_1_1745952 Sunny1
  • Score: 0

5:59pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

Sunny1 wrote:
Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend

reporter.co.uk/news/

exclusive_compulsory

_abortion_for_down_s

_syndrome_foetuses_s

ays_ukip_kent_candid

ate_1_1745952
My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.
[quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend reporter.co.uk/news/ exclusive_compulsory _abortion_for_down_s _syndrome_foetuses_s ays_ukip_kent_candid ate_1_1745952[/p][/quote]My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS. thomas222
  • Score: 1

6:01pm Fri 2 May 14

AndyMorton says...

Im not racist... Got a coloured screen tv. Righteous go right the next harry potter book your essays are boring no one cares
Im not racist... Got a coloured screen tv. Righteous go right the next harry potter book your essays are boring no one cares AndyMorton
  • Score: 5

6:18pm Fri 2 May 14

Sunny1 says...

thomas222 wrote:
Sunny1 wrote:
Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend


reporter.co.uk/news/


exclusive_compulsory


_abortion_for_down_s


_syndrome_foetuses_s


ays_ukip_kent_candid


ate_1_1745952
My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.
William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend reporter.co.uk/news/ exclusive_compulsory _abortion_for_down_s _syndrome_foetuses_s ays_ukip_kent_candid ate_1_1745952[/p][/quote]My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.[/p][/quote]William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc. Sunny1
  • Score: 0

6:31pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

Sunny1 wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Sunny1 wrote:
Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend



reporter.co.uk/news/



exclusive_compulsory



_abortion_for_down_s



_syndrome_foetuses_s



ays_ukip_kent_candid



ate_1_1745952
My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.
William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc.
Google libdem cllr convicted of racial assault... also libdem pedos.. also.. seven labour cllrs stand down because of racist calls by their own party.... also pedo labour pedo cover up also labour mp fraudsters in prison... also tory expenses scandal and also tory dresses as a nazi..... we all have idiots...... and im happy tp say that people know there is a witch hunt against UKIP & they dont like it, brits hate bullies & thats why they are polling at a fantastic 38 % due to the abuse they gt recently making the others very worried.. the more people scream racist bs the bigger we grown as the 2000 likes a day thats currently going on the ukip face book page....
[quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend reporter.co.uk/news/ exclusive_compulsory _abortion_for_down_s _syndrome_foetuses_s ays_ukip_kent_candid ate_1_1745952[/p][/quote]My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.[/p][/quote]William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc.[/p][/quote]Google libdem cllr convicted of racial assault... also libdem pedos.. also.. seven labour cllrs stand down because of racist calls by their own party.... also pedo labour pedo cover up also labour mp fraudsters in prison... also tory expenses scandal and also tory dresses as a nazi..... we all have idiots...... and im happy tp say that people know there is a witch hunt against UKIP & they dont like it, brits hate bullies & thats why they are polling at a fantastic 38 % due to the abuse they gt recently making the others very worried.. the more people scream racist bs the bigger we grown as the 2000 likes a day thats currently going on the ukip face book page.... thomas222
  • Score: 2

6:58pm Fri 2 May 14

Sunny1 says...

thomas222 wrote:
Sunny1 wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Sunny1 wrote:
Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend




reporter.co.uk/news/




exclusive_compulsory




_abortion_for_down_s




_syndrome_foetuses_s




ays_ukip_kent_candid




ate_1_1745952
My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.
William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc.
Google libdem cllr convicted of racial assault... also libdem pedos.. also.. seven labour cllrs stand down because of racist calls by their own party.... also pedo labour pedo cover up also labour mp fraudsters in prison... also tory expenses scandal and also tory dresses as a nazi..... we all have idiots...... and im happy tp say that people know there is a witch hunt against UKIP & they dont like it, brits hate bullies & thats why they are polling at a fantastic 38 % due to the abuse they gt recently making the others very worried.. the more people scream racist bs the bigger we grown as the 2000 likes a day thats currently going on the ukip face book page....
Be very careful what you wish for. That's all I will say.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Sunny1[/bold] wrote: Yes just what Britain needs! http://www.gravesend reporter.co.uk/news/ exclusive_compulsory _abortion_for_down_s _syndrome_foetuses_s ays_ukip_kent_candid ate_1_1745952[/p][/quote]My God you people are really scraping the barrel lately. This non story is from nearly 3 yrs ago and he was a UKIP candidate who was making his own views known they were not UKIPS.[/p][/quote]William Henwood, James Elgar, David Wycherley, Godfrey Bloom, James Elgar etc. etc. etc.[/p][/quote]Google libdem cllr convicted of racial assault... also libdem pedos.. also.. seven labour cllrs stand down because of racist calls by their own party.... also pedo labour pedo cover up also labour mp fraudsters in prison... also tory expenses scandal and also tory dresses as a nazi..... we all have idiots...... and im happy tp say that people know there is a witch hunt against UKIP & they dont like it, brits hate bullies & thats why they are polling at a fantastic 38 % due to the abuse they gt recently making the others very worried.. the more people scream racist bs the bigger we grown as the 2000 likes a day thats currently going on the ukip face book page....[/p][/quote]Be very careful what you wish for. That's all I will say. Sunny1
  • Score: -1

7:04pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

BBC News today.
.
A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party.

UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport.

A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.
BBC News today. . A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party. UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport. A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 4

8:58pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
BBC News today.
.
A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party.

UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport.

A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.
Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book......
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: BBC News today. . A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party. UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport. A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.[/p][/quote]Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book...... thomas222
  • Score: 2

9:13pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

thomas222 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
BBC News today.
.
A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party.

UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport.

A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.
Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book......
The monster raving loony party had better candidates in their day, the 99p coin was a great idea.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: BBC News today. . A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party. UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport. A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.[/p][/quote]Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book......[/p][/quote]The monster raving loony party had better candidates in their day, the 99p coin was a great idea. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

9:21pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
BBC News today.
.
A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party.

UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport.

A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.
Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book......
The monster raving loony party had better candidates in their day, the 99p coin was a great idea.
Always the past...... No comment on the now. : )
PS..38% and rising every day.
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: BBC News today. . A UKIP local election candidate who tweeted "Islam is evil" and that homosexuality was an "abomination before God" faces suspension from the party. UKIP said it had started disciplinary proceedings against Harry Perry, who is standing for election in Stockport. A UKIP spokesman said the party did not condone or share his "crackpot" views.[/p][/quote]Islam is evil as it happens but he is wrong on the gays.... Only Islam thinks that gays are a abomination should all be killed, it says that in the Koran fairy tale book......[/p][/quote]The monster raving loony party had better candidates in their day, the 99p coin was a great idea.[/p][/quote]Always the past...... No comment on the now. : ) PS..38% and rising every day. thomas222
  • Score: -1

9:39pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

The now is the Lenny Henry and the Islamic and Homophobic comments by candidates, is 38% the ABV of what they drink ?
The now is the Lenny Henry and the Islamic and Homophobic comments by candidates, is 38% the ABV of what they drink ? mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

10:17pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
The now is the Lenny Henry and the Islamic and Homophobic comments by candidates, is 38% the ABV of what they drink ?
Lenny henry is old news & it got us even more members than the egg thrower... 38% is what we polled against all the old parties who are standing in the EU. How sad that someone can use a everyday thing like a drink to insult UKIP. Thats what i mean about scraping the barrel. You have nothing new to say except the same old drivel & racist cries. Its old hat that stuff no one is listening to you any more & you know it. Cry wolf to many times & thats what happens. ; )
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: The now is the Lenny Henry and the Islamic and Homophobic comments by candidates, is 38% the ABV of what they drink ?[/p][/quote]Lenny henry is old news & it got us even more members than the egg thrower... 38% is what we polled against all the old parties who are standing in the EU. How sad that someone can use a everyday thing like a drink to insult UKIP. Thats what i mean about scraping the barrel. You have nothing new to say except the same old drivel & racist cries. Its old hat that stuff no one is listening to you any more & you know it. Cry wolf to many times & thats what happens. ; ) thomas222
  • Score: -2

10:21pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

May I ask where you get 38% from ?
May I ask where you get 38% from ? mr.mark.c
  • Score: 1

10:34pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
May I ask where you get 38% from ?
I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : )
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: May I ask where you get 38% from ?[/p][/quote]I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : ) thomas222
  • Score: -2

10:44pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.
I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 2

10:47pm Fri 2 May 14

thomas222 says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.
Who do you support ?
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.[/p][/quote]Who do you support ? thomas222
  • Score: 0

11:44pm Fri 2 May 14

Hollieanne says...

The Righteous One wrote:
dougie kay wrote: strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union
And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time! We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!! Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!!
We were the 'sick man of Europe' because of Labour and the Unions and that is was caused the inefficiency. I remember my dad worrying himself into an early grave because he worked in the care industry and didn't know whether or not he would be able to feed and care for the elderly residents in his care. He couldn't get hold of bread, sugar, tea, coffee, the lights were going off all the time which also meant that if anything was being cooked by electricity then it was tough. He couldn't see properly to change the old folk, and if one passed away, as did happen, he had to try and explain to the grieving relatives that their loved one may not get buried as the grave-diggers were on strike. Yeah, look what Labour and the Unions did for our great country and why we were 'sick' and they would do the same again given the chance. As for people having a go at Michael Gove for wanting to raise standards in school it beggars belief. You only have to look at our own BN, it's copy/headers and it's comments section to see what has been churned out of schools in the last couple of decades. Employers want people who are able to read and write!
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dougie kay[/bold] wrote: strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union[/p][/quote]And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time! We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!! Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!![/p][/quote]We were the 'sick man of Europe' because of Labour and the Unions and that is was caused the inefficiency. I remember my dad worrying himself into an early grave because he worked in the care industry and didn't know whether or not he would be able to feed and care for the elderly residents in his care. He couldn't get hold of bread, sugar, tea, coffee, the lights were going off all the time which also meant that if anything was being cooked by electricity then it was tough. He couldn't see properly to change the old folk, and if one passed away, as did happen, he had to try and explain to the grieving relatives that their loved one may not get buried as the grave-diggers were on strike. Yeah, look what Labour and the Unions did for our great country and why we were 'sick' and they would do the same again given the chance. As for people having a go at Michael Gove for wanting to raise standards in school it beggars belief. You only have to look at our own BN, it's copy/headers and it's comments section to see what has been churned out of schools in the last couple of decades. Employers want people who are able to read and write! Hollieanne
  • Score: 2

11:53pm Fri 2 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

thomas222 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.
Who do you support ?
My wife and two children.
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.[/p][/quote]Who do you support ?[/p][/quote]My wife and two children. mr.mark.c
  • Score: 3

5:10am Sat 3 May 14

BoltonLancs says...

The article heading says that UKIP aren't racist... Well, if anyone on earth can define 'racist' after it's criminal over-use for the past decade, I'll be very surprised. That word has been worn out 10 times over, or more due to incorrect context. No, what UKIP should be addressed as, apparently, is Euracists..lol !!! Euracists. ffs..!!! You couldn't make it up,... well some idiot did.... So Righteous 1, from now on, you must call UKIP supporters - Euracists. It's been made official by your beloved Political elite x
The article heading says that UKIP aren't racist... Well, if anyone on earth can define 'racist' after it's criminal over-use for the past decade, I'll be very surprised. That word has been worn out 10 times over, or more due to incorrect context. No, what UKIP should be addressed as, apparently, is Euracists..lol !!! Euracists. ffs..!!! You couldn't make it up,... well some idiot did.... So Righteous 1, from now on, you must call UKIP supporters - Euracists. It's been made official by your beloved Political elite x BoltonLancs
  • Score: 3

5:16am Sat 3 May 14

BoltonLancs says...

Sunny1 - you say be careful what you wish for... I say learn from our politician's diabolical past.
Sunny1 - you say be careful what you wish for... I say learn from our politician's diabolical past. BoltonLancs
  • Score: 0

6:10am Sat 3 May 14

George X. says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.
Do you think that LibLabCon are any les "Nazi" than Ukip ? just wait and see if Ukip's popularity increases and you'll see them all start to change tack with regards the EU and immigration and dare i say right wing policies , they'll all do whatever it takes :> naive....
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: I am all for closing the gates on immigration and against the building of mosques that look like they belong in the middle east but I will never vote UKIP as they seem very NAZI and History has a habit of repeating itself.[/p][/quote]Do you think that LibLabCon are any les "Nazi" than Ukip ? just wait and see if Ukip's popularity increases and you'll see them all start to change tack with regards the EU and immigration and dare i say right wing policies , they'll all do whatever it takes :> naive.... George X.
  • Score: 1

6:17am Sat 3 May 14

mr.mark.c says...

Oh look a Squirrel
Oh look a Squirrel mr.mark.c
  • Score: -1

6:46am Sat 3 May 14

George X. says...

mr.mark.c wrote:
Oh look a Squirrel
haha good one...
[quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: Oh look a Squirrel[/p][/quote]haha good one... George X.
  • Score: 0

9:07am Sat 3 May 14

The Righteous One says...

BoltonLancs wrote:
The article heading says that UKIP aren't racist... Well, if anyone on earth can define 'racist' after it's criminal over-use for the past decade, I'll be very surprised. That word has been worn out 10 times over, or more due to incorrect context. No, what UKIP should be addressed as, apparently, is Euracists..lol !!! Euracists. ffs..!!! You couldn't make it up,... well some idiot did.... So Righteous 1, from now on, you must call UKIP supporters - Euracists. It's been made official by your beloved Political elite x
My political Elite?

I am not assigned to any political party - I am a neutral and just say what I see, hear and read!! That is I am not controlled by a Political Party to tow the Party-line and as such can give a true opinion of each party.

As it is I have never actually stated that UKIP are racist - I have posed questions as to why certain communities are NOT part of their previous and current campaign and also showed that certain members (including one who posts on here) are clearly racist in their basic views - not it does make it even more blurry when the French National Front, who are more racist than our own BNP, are wanting to join up with UKIP!!! Also pointing put the discrepencies between various nationalities and whether they are illegal, asylum seekers or not and showing that the system works both ways and not as UKIP says which is just one-way traffic!!!

Euracists is a word I don't believe in as they are Euro-sceptics - but lets not forget that the founder of UKIP has actually left his own party and called them "racist" - not me but the founder!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]BoltonLancs[/bold] wrote: The article heading says that UKIP aren't racist... Well, if anyone on earth can define 'racist' after it's criminal over-use for the past decade, I'll be very surprised. That word has been worn out 10 times over, or more due to incorrect context. No, what UKIP should be addressed as, apparently, is Euracists..lol !!! Euracists. ffs..!!! You couldn't make it up,... well some idiot did.... So Righteous 1, from now on, you must call UKIP supporters - Euracists. It's been made official by your beloved Political elite x[/p][/quote]My political Elite? I am not assigned to any political party - I am a neutral and just say what I see, hear and read!! That is I am not controlled by a Political Party to tow the Party-line and as such can give a true opinion of each party. As it is I have never actually stated that UKIP are racist - I have posed questions as to why certain communities are NOT part of their previous and current campaign and also showed that certain members (including one who posts on here) are clearly racist in their basic views - not it does make it even more blurry when the French National Front, who are more racist than our own BNP, are wanting to join up with UKIP!!! Also pointing put the discrepencies between various nationalities and whether they are illegal, asylum seekers or not and showing that the system works both ways and not as UKIP says which is just one-way traffic!!! Euracists is a word I don't believe in as they are Euro-sceptics - but lets not forget that the founder of UKIP has actually left his own party and called them "racist" - not me but the founder!!!!! The Righteous One
  • Score: -41

9:15am Sat 3 May 14

The Righteous One says...

Hollieanne wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
dougie kay wrote: strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union
And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time! We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!! Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!!
We were the 'sick man of Europe' because of Labour and the Unions and that is was caused the inefficiency. I remember my dad worrying himself into an early grave because he worked in the care industry and didn't know whether or not he would be able to feed and care for the elderly residents in his care. He couldn't get hold of bread, sugar, tea, coffee, the lights were going off all the time which also meant that if anything was being cooked by electricity then it was tough. He couldn't see properly to change the old folk, and if one passed away, as did happen, he had to try and explain to the grieving relatives that their loved one may not get buried as the grave-diggers were on strike. Yeah, look what Labour and the Unions did for our great country and why we were 'sick' and they would do the same again given the chance. As for people having a go at Michael Gove for wanting to raise standards in school it beggars belief. You only have to look at our own BN, it's copy/headers and it's comments section to see what has been churned out of schools in the last couple of decades. Employers want people who are able to read and write!
What you are describing was the situation in the mid 1970's, but the UK has ben the sick-man-of-Europe since the ending of World War II. The war crippled us, the Empire has crippled us even the old British Commonwealth has crippled us - much long before we ever joined the EEC/EU. We didn't have the workforce so we brought people in from the Empire which caused shortages in schools and chaos for the fledgling NHS and untold damage for the future of state pensions.

Our National Debt is current 460% of the GDP - which basically means we are bankrupt and we have been bankrupt since the mid 1960's and the debt is still spiralling upwards and even Gideon Osborne suggests that it won't level out until about 2018/2019. Our debt is actually worse than that of Greece, Spain or Portugal who had to bee bailed out by the ECB - Eurozone countries (we did not offer any financial help as we are not part of the Euro).

What happened in the 1970's, especially the "winter of discontent" in 1978/9, was part and parcel of everything that is still happening but it is only a part of the symptoms. The symptoms we are still suffering today.
[quote][p][bold]Hollieanne[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dougie kay[/bold] wrote: strange, how by believing your country should be run for the benefit of its citizens, To make and enforce its own laws control, its own borders ,make our own trade agreements, to deport anyone who is considered personna. non grata with out interferance from a foriegn state . makes you a racist .If being a patriot brands me as a racist then I will bear that brand with out shame .We survived out side the E.E.U for over 1600 years.We cannot keep our Identity remaining inside this dictitoral union[/p][/quote]And history also shows that by the time we joined the EU we were "The sick man of Europe" fast declining and losing business to the new trading bloc that had been created in 1957 - why? Because we were inefficient, and far to expensive to trade with, even with the old British Commonwealth countries at the time! We still have our own borders and do still control who comes in and who doesn't (as I saw first hand just on Tuesday evening when 3 non-British EU citizens were refused entry into the UK and were forced to go back on the next available ferry to Calais!!! Many of the laws that have been introduced would have been introduced with or without Brussels involvement so that is a non-starter! And as already seen trade agreements were becoming shorter and fewer because of our price and the European trading bloc under-cutting us because of their strength in numbers!!!! Funny how other countries within the EU have kept their identity without losing any patriotism, such as Kings Day in The Netherlands last weekend, Bastille Day in France, many other celebrations in various countries within the EU!!![/p][/quote]We were the 'sick man of Europe' because of Labour and the Unions and that is was caused the inefficiency. I remember my dad worrying himself into an early grave because he worked in the care industry and didn't know whether or not he would be able to feed and care for the elderly residents in his care. He couldn't get hold of bread, sugar, tea, coffee, the lights were going off all the time which also meant that if anything was being cooked by electricity then it was tough. He couldn't see properly to change the old folk, and if one passed away, as did happen, he had to try and explain to the grieving relatives that their loved one may not get buried as the grave-diggers were on strike. Yeah, look what Labour and the Unions did for our great country and why we were 'sick' and they would do the same again given the chance. As for people having a go at Michael Gove for wanting to raise standards in school it beggars belief. You only have to look at our own BN, it's copy/headers and it's comments section to see what has been churned out of schools in the last couple of decades. Employers want people who are able to read and write![/p][/quote]What you are describing was the situation in the mid 1970's, but the UK has ben the sick-man-of-Europe since the ending of World War II. The war crippled us, the Empire has crippled us even the old British Commonwealth has crippled us - much long before we ever joined the EEC/EU. We didn't have the workforce so we brought people in from the Empire which caused shortages in schools and chaos for the fledgling NHS and untold damage for the future of state pensions. Our National Debt is current 460% of the GDP - which basically means we are bankrupt and we have been bankrupt since the mid 1960's and the debt is still spiralling upwards and even Gideon Osborne suggests that it won't level out until about 2018/2019. Our debt is actually worse than that of Greece, Spain or Portugal who had to bee bailed out by the ECB - Eurozone countries (we did not offer any financial help as we are not part of the Euro). What happened in the 1970's, especially the "winter of discontent" in 1978/9, was part and parcel of everything that is still happening but it is only a part of the symptoms. The symptoms we are still suffering today. The Righteous One
  • Score: -38

9:26am Sat 3 May 14

The Righteous One says...

thomas222 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
May I ask where you get 38% from ?
I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : )
There is the underdog and then there is the joke.

UKIP are definitely not the underdog!!!!

Lets see, does history repeat itself or is it all mumbo-jumbo?

John Major replaced Margaret Thatcher and then stood for election. Polls suggested that John Smith's Labour was way ahead (Labour were about 25% ahead in the polls) but what happened - it was a landslide victory for John Major's Conservative Party.

Polls were even wrong when Tony Blair gained a landslide victory by suggesting it should have been a hung-parliament!

and then in the last election The Liberal Democrats were far ahead in the polls, especially after the Leadership debates and suggested that they would come a close second and actually push Labour into third place! But we all know the exact reality.

Then look at the polls for local elections - continually incorrect, even with the local by-elections of late last year which showed possible wins for UKIP and ended up losing to both Conservatives and Labour.

NEVER base your arguments on polls as they are incorrect, proved to bee incorrect and will continue to be incorrect!
[quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: May I ask where you get 38% from ?[/p][/quote]I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : )[/p][/quote]There is the underdog and then there is the joke. UKIP are definitely not the underdog!!!! Lets see, does history repeat itself or is it all mumbo-jumbo? John Major replaced Margaret Thatcher and then stood for election. Polls suggested that John Smith's Labour was way ahead (Labour were about 25% ahead in the polls) but what happened - it was a landslide victory for John Major's Conservative Party. Polls were even wrong when Tony Blair gained a landslide victory by suggesting it should have been a hung-parliament! and then in the last election The Liberal Democrats were far ahead in the polls, especially after the Leadership debates and suggested that they would come a close second and actually push Labour into third place! But we all know the exact reality. Then look at the polls for local elections - continually incorrect, even with the local by-elections of late last year which showed possible wins for UKIP and ended up losing to both Conservatives and Labour. NEVER base your arguments on polls as they are incorrect, proved to bee incorrect and will continue to be incorrect! The Righteous One
  • Score: -31

9:55am Sat 3 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
mr.mark.c wrote:
May I ask where you get 38% from ?
I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : )
There is the underdog and then there is the joke.

UKIP are definitely not the underdog!!!!

Lets see, does history repeat itself or is it all mumbo-jumbo?

John Major replaced Margaret Thatcher and then stood for election. Polls suggested that John Smith's Labour was way ahead (Labour were about 25% ahead in the polls) but what happened - it was a landslide victory for John Major's Conservative Party.

Polls were even wrong when Tony Blair gained a landslide victory by suggesting it should have been a hung-parliament!

and then in the last election The Liberal Democrats were far ahead in the polls, especially after the Leadership debates and suggested that they would come a close second and actually push Labour into third place! But we all know the exact reality.

Then look at the polls for local elections - continually incorrect, even with the local by-elections of late last year which showed possible wins for UKIP and ended up losing to both Conservatives and Labour.

NEVER base your arguments on polls as they are incorrect, proved to bee incorrect and will continue to be incorrect!
There is nothing wrong with looking back in history to learn lessons from the past but there is no point looking at statistics from the past as that is pointless. The garbage you just wrote may be true then but has no bearing on now and can never be because the people are different the situation is different & the Players are different so to try & say history repeats its self is garbage as far as statistics go because the history then you talk about is not the same as now. You only talk of the past and what if for the future.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mr.mark.c[/bold] wrote: May I ask where you get 38% from ?[/p][/quote]I typed it wrong it is 31% and it is the favorite with all the hate calling helping us more & more. British hate bullies & love the underdog. Not bad for a protest party eh! : )[/p][/quote]There is the underdog and then there is the joke. UKIP are definitely not the underdog!!!! Lets see, does history repeat itself or is it all mumbo-jumbo? John Major replaced Margaret Thatcher and then stood for election. Polls suggested that John Smith's Labour was way ahead (Labour were about 25% ahead in the polls) but what happened - it was a landslide victory for John Major's Conservative Party. Polls were even wrong when Tony Blair gained a landslide victory by suggesting it should have been a hung-parliament! and then in the last election The Liberal Democrats were far ahead in the polls, especially after the Leadership debates and suggested that they would come a close second and actually push Labour into third place! But we all know the exact reality. Then look at the polls for local elections - continually incorrect, even with the local by-elections of late last year which showed possible wins for UKIP and ended up losing to both Conservatives and Labour. NEVER base your arguments on polls as they are incorrect, proved to bee incorrect and will continue to be incorrect![/p][/quote]There is nothing wrong with looking back in history to learn lessons from the past but there is no point looking at statistics from the past as that is pointless. The garbage you just wrote may be true then but has no bearing on now and can never be because the people are different the situation is different & the Players are different so to try & say history repeats its self is garbage as far as statistics go because the history then you talk about is not the same as now. You only talk of the past and what if for the future. thomas222
  • Score: 31

11:01am Sat 3 May 14

The Righteous One says...

The future I have already stated - butt you do not listen!!!

The vote for the Euro Elections are as follows:

Conservatives 25 seats
Labour 15 seats
UKIP 15 seats
LibDems 13 seats
Others 5 seats

You have to remember here that the key number for UKIP is 13 seats - anything less than that and they are actually doing worse than previously (even though they only have 6 seats currently due to 7 UKIP MEP's being fired or resigned)

Local Elections
Nothing will change as Labour will still be in full control as only 20 seats, out of 60, are up for grabs and currently Labour hold a major overall majority with the number of Councillors in Bolton!!!!!

General Elections (2015) - numbers based on current members
Labour 187,537
Conservatves 134,000
LibDems 44,521
UKIP 35,211

Hung Parliament and as Farage has already stated that he will never make an alliance with either Labour or The Conservatives then it will probably be governed by a minority Conservative Government! As, although , The Conservatives have less members history does tend to show a pattern in that whenever the economy is on the up it is The Conservatives that gain in popularity and gain votes.

History does repeat itself and all you need to do is see the evidence for yourself, but you do not want to believe it because it will upset you. Fact is in this real world, and not in your mind, UKIP are the joke party who people will vote for once and then realise that they are just as bad as all the others and then just go back to their old voting habits!!! It has been done too many times in the past just to say its garbage - it is a pattern!
The future I have already stated - butt you do not listen!!! The vote for the Euro Elections are as follows: Conservatives 25 seats Labour 15 seats UKIP 15 seats LibDems 13 seats Others 5 seats You have to remember here that the key number for UKIP is 13 seats - anything less than that and they are actually doing worse than previously (even though they only have 6 seats currently due to 7 UKIP MEP's being fired or resigned) Local Elections Nothing will change as Labour will still be in full control as only 20 seats, out of 60, are up for grabs and currently Labour hold a major overall majority with the number of Councillors in Bolton!!!!! General Elections (2015) - numbers based on current members Labour 187,537 Conservatves 134,000 LibDems 44,521 UKIP 35,211 Hung Parliament and as Farage has already stated that he will never make an alliance with either Labour or The Conservatives then it will probably be governed by a minority Conservative Government! As, although , The Conservatives have less members history does tend to show a pattern in that whenever the economy is on the up it is The Conservatives that gain in popularity and gain votes. History does repeat itself and all you need to do is see the evidence for yourself, but you do not want to believe it because it will upset you. Fact is in this real world, and not in your mind, UKIP are the joke party who people will vote for once and then realise that they are just as bad as all the others and then just go back to their old voting habits!!! It has been done too many times in the past just to say its garbage - it is a pattern! The Righteous One
  • Score: -57

6:32am Mon 5 May 14

the hand says...

CliffMorris wrote:
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe
[quote][p][bold]CliffMorris[/bold] wrote: Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black[/p][/quote]Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe the hand
  • Score: 2

6:39am Mon 5 May 14

the hand says...

The Righteous One wrote:
Beyond News Forum wrote:
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
And UKIP are a clean party?

Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses!

Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules!

UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters!

UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters!

I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!!
Have you ever watched BBC parliament apart from pm questions the house is generally empty fact and have you ever seen your local mp on Tele when it's live no I doubt it don't go on about ukip not turning up for votes when our own so called mps don't show up for our own home grown problems fact fact fact
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY![/p][/quote]And UKIP are a clean party? Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses! Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules! UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters! UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters! I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!![/p][/quote]Have you ever watched BBC parliament apart from pm questions the house is generally empty fact and have you ever seen your local mp on Tele when it's live no I doubt it don't go on about ukip not turning up for votes when our own so called mps don't show up for our own home grown problems fact fact fact the hand
  • Score: 1

6:42am Mon 5 May 14

the hand says...

boltonnut wrote:
Enoch Powell was a great visionary ,he was persecuted too.
Enough Powell was a great visionary quite right but as I have said before he was villavied by his peers who's right now
[quote][p][bold]boltonnut[/bold] wrote: Enoch Powell was a great visionary ,he was persecuted too.[/p][/quote]Enough Powell was a great visionary quite right but as I have said before he was villavied by his peers who's right now the hand
  • Score: 2

6:45am Mon 5 May 14

the hand says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there?

Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him.

Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.
As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.
I know who is wrong - UKIP!

UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh
UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew
UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members!
UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP.

If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!!

What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!!
Yes and you just talk shiteee
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.[/p][/quote]Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there? Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him. Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.[/p][/quote]As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.[/p][/quote]I know who is wrong - UKIP! UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members! UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP. If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!! What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!![/p][/quote]Yes and you just talk shiteee the hand
  • Score: 3

6:50am Mon 5 May 14

the hand says...

The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge the hand
  • Score: 1

8:45am Mon 5 May 14

The Righteous One says...

the hand wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Beyond News Forum wrote:
Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people.

There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY!
And UKIP are a clean party?

Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses!

Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules!

UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters!

UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters!

I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!!
Have you ever watched BBC parliament apart from pm questions the house is generally empty fact and have you ever seen your local mp on Tele when it's live no I doubt it don't go on about ukip not turning up for votes when our own so called mps don't show up for our own home grown problems fact fact fact
Yes I do watch BBC Parliament and yes there are times when it is empty but at least for important votes the majority, if not all, MP's do turn up to vote (although The House of Commons cannot fit every single MP) - unlike in Brussels where UKIP just do not turn up, and if they do they always vote against a motion - even if it means they are voting that would be good for their electorate!!!

Let's not forget what UKIP candidate, Louise Bours, said. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” - Therefore stealing money from the tax-payer for not voting for anything and NEVER turning up. How can she work for her electorate if she is NEVER going to go to Brussels???
[quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Beyond News Forum[/bold] wrote: Sick of the dirty tactics, scandal, mongering, warmongering, lying, two-faced, back-stabbing, over taxing, corporate elitists cronies - shoving one up the backsides of people. There are so many illicit, dodgy and illegal goings on within parliament that any one of them even swinging BS in the direction of any independent party is just down right hypocritical and a show on how they do politics - DIRTY![/p][/quote]And UKIP are a clean party? Farage taking over £3million in expenses and using the money against the rules of the expenses! Farage employing his wife as his secretary which is against EU Parliament rules! UKIP using white only people in the current poster campaign! And not only that but an assistant of one of the hierarchy as a supposedly voxpop comment on one of the posters! UKIP taking money for voting in the EU Parliament whilst not turning up or voting against anything that helps the British electorate - therefore not working for their voters or prospective voters! I could go on but it would take up the whole comments section of the last 5 years in the EU parliament as to the many wrong-doings that UKIP have done!!![/p][/quote]Have you ever watched BBC parliament apart from pm questions the house is generally empty fact and have you ever seen your local mp on Tele when it's live no I doubt it don't go on about ukip not turning up for votes when our own so called mps don't show up for our own home grown problems fact fact fact[/p][/quote]Yes I do watch BBC Parliament and yes there are times when it is empty but at least for important votes the majority, if not all, MP's do turn up to vote (although The House of Commons cannot fit every single MP) - unlike in Brussels where UKIP just do not turn up, and if they do they always vote against a motion - even if it means they are voting that would be good for their electorate!!! Let's not forget what UKIP candidate, Louise Bours, said. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” - Therefore stealing money from the tax-payer for not voting for anything and NEVER turning up. How can she work for her electorate if she is NEVER going to go to Brussels??? The Righteous One
  • Score: -19

8:53am Mon 5 May 14

The Righteous One says...

the hand wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge
So you will be happy with a privatised NHS (in which the average monthly health insurance bill will be approximately £250/month/person - lets put it this way in The Netherlands in the last 10 years since they privatised their health service the monthly insurance has gone from €70/month/person to over €325/month/person - and its the same in the US where the monthly health insurance bill is more than 25% of the monthly wage!!!!)

So you will be happy with a privatised emergency service (in which they will be selective in what areas they will serve and not serve)

So you will be happy with a privatised education system in which schools will only choose children that will get good grades whilst the rest will be left with no education because who wants to have them in a school which will lower the placings in a "school league table"?

This is what UKIP are planning (as per their current manifesto on their website)

Also lets not forget Farage - British jobs for British people (a motto stolen from BNP!) and yet he employs a German as his secretary as no British person is good enough!!!!!!

Also lets not forget that UKIP will lower the taxation for the top5% of the population, whilst increasing taxation the lowest paid!!!!!

Also lets not forget that UKIP are for big businesses in letting them have reduced tax bills and more free-market "gambling" in the Banking system (yes the exact same people that brought the world to its knees)
[quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge[/p][/quote]So you will be happy with a privatised NHS (in which the average monthly health insurance bill will be approximately £250/month/person - lets put it this way in The Netherlands in the last 10 years since they privatised their health service the monthly insurance has gone from €70/month/person to over €325/month/person - and its the same in the US where the monthly health insurance bill is more than 25% of the monthly wage!!!!) So you will be happy with a privatised emergency service (in which they will be selective in what areas they will serve and not serve) So you will be happy with a privatised education system in which schools will only choose children that will get good grades whilst the rest will be left with no education because who wants to have them in a school which will lower the placings in a "school league table"? This is what UKIP are planning (as per their current manifesto on their website) Also lets not forget Farage - British jobs for British people (a motto stolen from BNP!) and yet he employs a German as his secretary as no British person is good enough!!!!!! Also lets not forget that UKIP will lower the taxation for the top5% of the population, whilst increasing taxation the lowest paid!!!!! Also lets not forget that UKIP are for big businesses in letting them have reduced tax bills and more free-market "gambling" in the Banking system (yes the exact same people that brought the world to its knees) The Righteous One
  • Score: -38

8:59am Mon 5 May 14

The Righteous One says...

the hand wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
Tim Burr wrote:
Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return.

A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.
We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.
Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there?

Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him.

Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.
As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.
I know who is wrong - UKIP!

UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh
UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew
UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members!
UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP.

If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!!

What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!!
Yes and you just talk shiteee
Do I?

Look at the records for UKIP and you will see the peaks and troughs of the party. Farage is the only person that is keeping the Party together - once he steps down it will be in total disarray, as seen previously!!!!

Apart from reducing taxation for the top 5% of the population and reducing taxation of big businesses and the lessening of the financial regulations (including bonuses) and the privatisation of the the NHS and emergency services - what does UKIP offer the common voter? In fact under UKIP the common voter will be far worse off than currently!

As for the Party members - all one has to do is look on the official websites - they give the figures and since the middle of last year I have been recording the figures and I can prove what I say.

So for me talking sshite - not me, but the truth hurts certain posters because it deflates their lies and scaremongering!
[quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tim Burr[/bold] wrote: Last time round it was the BNP as the protest vote, this time it's UKIP -who's record of standing up for the United Kingdom is abysmal and like all parasites, are happy to take the maximum cash with little or nothing in return. A one trick political entity who are guaranteed to let voters down.[/p][/quote]We are well used to being let down & another one will make no difference will it. Better to try & fail than fail to try Tim. Dont know why go on so much really when you dont even vote.[/p][/quote]Now, now Tommo, there really is no need to lie now is there? Deep down, you know Ukip don't represent the working man and will shaft him. Nige, refuses to discuss his domestic policies until after May22nd, Ukip's stance on employment rights is a disaster as it exposes them for what they really are. They'd destroy the NHS and make deeper cuts than either the Tories and Labour, they really are cranks Tommo - Neil Hamilton - cash for questions former MP courting BNP voters..reduced to 'stealing' the BNP's tag line of ."Love Britain. Vote BNP." It's laughable.[/p][/quote]As Ghandi once said on his way to power: First they ignore you, then they laugh at you ,then they fight you, then you win!. We will have to see over the next few years who is right. This is a long game.[/p][/quote]I know who is wrong - UKIP! UKIP under Robert Kilroy Silk was a laugh UKIP under Nigel Farage because a one policy party and grew UKIP under Lord Pearson was a complete joke and lost more than half is members! UKIP under Nigel Farage growing due to the loss of extreme right-wing parties such as BNP. If UKIP is a serious party then how come it hasn't taken onboard the many who left The Conservatives. The Conservatives have lost over 140,000 members but thee total membership of UKIP is only 35,000. Labours membership is increasing at a faster rate than UKIP and the fastest growing party is actually the Greens, so far this year!!! What will happen to UKIP once Farage steps down again - it has no leader to follow on that has the oratory skills of Farage, than can speak well but that is all it is - bones with no meat, bark with no bite!!![/p][/quote]Yes and you just talk shiteee[/p][/quote]Do I? Look at the records for UKIP and you will see the peaks and troughs of the party. Farage is the only person that is keeping the Party together - once he steps down it will be in total disarray, as seen previously!!!! Apart from reducing taxation for the top 5% of the population and reducing taxation of big businesses and the lessening of the financial regulations (including bonuses) and the privatisation of the the NHS and emergency services - what does UKIP offer the common voter? In fact under UKIP the common voter will be far worse off than currently! As for the Party members - all one has to do is look on the official websites - they give the figures and since the middle of last year I have been recording the figures and I can prove what I say. So for me talking sshite - not me, but the truth hurts certain posters because it deflates their lies and scaremongering! The Righteous One
  • Score: -37

9:05am Mon 5 May 14

The Righteous One says...

the hand wrote:
CliffMorris wrote:
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe
No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!!

Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%.

So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour.

The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do!
[quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CliffMorris[/bold] wrote: Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black[/p][/quote]Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe[/p][/quote]No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!! Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%. So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour. The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do! The Righteous One
  • Score: -28

9:14am Mon 5 May 14

thomas222 says...

The Righteous One wrote:
the hand wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
thomas222 wrote:
The Righteous One wrote:
Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected.

She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.”



That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP.

If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)
People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..
Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!!

How do you know I am not going to vote?

You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say!

Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic.

Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not?

All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!!
Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge
So you will be happy with a privatised NHS (in which the average monthly health insurance bill will be approximately £250/month/person - lets put it this way in The Netherlands in the last 10 years since they privatised their health service the monthly insurance has gone from €70/month/person to over €325/month/person - and its the same in the US where the monthly health insurance bill is more than 25% of the monthly wage!!!!)

So you will be happy with a privatised emergency service (in which they will be selective in what areas they will serve and not serve)

So you will be happy with a privatised education system in which schools will only choose children that will get good grades whilst the rest will be left with no education because who wants to have them in a school which will lower the placings in a "school league table"?

This is what UKIP are planning (as per their current manifesto on their website)

Also lets not forget Farage - British jobs for British people (a motto stolen from BNP!) and yet he employs a German as his secretary as no British person is good enough!!!!!!

Also lets not forget that UKIP will lower the taxation for the top5% of the population, whilst increasing taxation the lowest paid!!!!!

Also lets not forget that UKIP are for big businesses in letting them have reduced tax bills and more free-market "gambling" in the Banking system (yes the exact same people that brought the world to its knees)
Stop lying the Manifesto isnt out yet.
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thomas222[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: Meanwhile second on the list Cheshire councillor Louise Bours said she would step into Mr Nuttall’s footsteps and spend a minimal amount of time in the European Parliament, if elected. She added: “I have been very clear from the beginning with voters that if elected the majority of my time will be spent in the North West.” That has to be the best comment to advertise as to how and why people should NEVER vote for UKIP. If someone is elected then they should be doing their job and that job, as an MEP, is to spend time in Brussels, networking, influencing and voting and not just spending time at home, stealing money from the tax-payers for basically doing nothing (worse than a dole-bludger!!!!)[/p][/quote]People who vote for UKIP understand that being in the EU is all about getting closer to your ememys & also know they did not go into the EU to vote. You dont even vote so how dare you comment and complain when your not even involved.. You look sillier every day that passes..[/p][/quote]Do I look sillier every day when I encompass the tradition and uphold the rights of the British constitution!!!! How do you know I am not going to vote? You do not even know who I am never mind where I live and as such you don't even have a spy satellite watching me - and as under the British Constitution it is my right whether I vote or not and also my right not to say! Again you are wanting to destroy British history and democracy - and yet you call yourself democratic. Let me put this to you, although I know you wont answer as you never do answer questions from anyone on here, if I was working for you and decided to never go into the office and just work from home- how wwould you feel? How would you know whether a good job is being done or not? All she has said is that she will NEVER bother turning up to work! I know I would never employ anyone with that attitude. MP's and MEP's are voted in to work for the electorate whether they voted for her or not - she gain the seat by a "majority" vote and as such has to work for EVERYONE in her constituency! If she doesn't then she is going against democracy and more importantly letting her voters down!!![/p][/quote]Just like Labour going to war against the wishes of the British public and Gordon Brown sell Britains gold reserve with out asking and dipping into our pension pot with out our knowledge[/p][/quote]So you will be happy with a privatised NHS (in which the average monthly health insurance bill will be approximately £250/month/person - lets put it this way in The Netherlands in the last 10 years since they privatised their health service the monthly insurance has gone from €70/month/person to over €325/month/person - and its the same in the US where the monthly health insurance bill is more than 25% of the monthly wage!!!!) So you will be happy with a privatised emergency service (in which they will be selective in what areas they will serve and not serve) So you will be happy with a privatised education system in which schools will only choose children that will get good grades whilst the rest will be left with no education because who wants to have them in a school which will lower the placings in a "school league table"? This is what UKIP are planning (as per their current manifesto on their website) Also lets not forget Farage - British jobs for British people (a motto stolen from BNP!) and yet he employs a German as his secretary as no British person is good enough!!!!!! Also lets not forget that UKIP will lower the taxation for the top5% of the population, whilst increasing taxation the lowest paid!!!!! Also lets not forget that UKIP are for big businesses in letting them have reduced tax bills and more free-market "gambling" in the Banking system (yes the exact same people that brought the world to its knees)[/p][/quote]Stop lying the Manifesto isnt out yet. thomas222
  • Score: 0

8:12am Tue 6 May 14

the hand says...

The Righteous One wrote:
the hand wrote:
CliffMorris wrote:
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe
No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!!

Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%.

So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour.

The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do!
Are you cliff Morris mouth piece that he can't respond him self or have you just got no life that you have to respond for other people in the hope we might AGREE with your drivell
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CliffMorris[/bold] wrote: Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black[/p][/quote]Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe[/p][/quote]No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!! Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%. So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour. The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do![/p][/quote]Are you cliff Morris mouth piece that he can't respond him self or have you just got no life that you have to respond for other people in the hope we might AGREE with your drivell the hand
  • Score: 2

8:19am Tue 6 May 14

the hand says...

The Righteous One wrote:
the hand wrote:
CliffMorris wrote:
Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black
Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe
No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!!

Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%.

So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour.

The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do!
And yet you still follow like a bull with a ring through its nose and spout out all the anti ukip bull Showtime for change my friend time for change
[quote][p][bold]The Righteous One[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the hand[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CliffMorris[/bold] wrote: Ukip saying theyre not racist is like saying the pope is black[/p][/quote]Cliff you must be really worried and so you should be and what's wrong with a black pope are you a racist maybe we get your true colours coming through maybe[/p][/quote]No one is worried, just fed up of the claptrap that spouts from UKIP!!! Even in the polls yesterday, of the major paper, it had UKIP still behind LibDems (and their share fallen to their "normal" levels of about 13%). BUt the most marked difference was between the national poll and the southern poll - national had Labour at 37% with Tories at 33% whilst the southern poll it was slightly reversed with Tories at 35% and Labour at 33%. So to say people are worried about UKIP is completely wrong. Yes I know polls are misleading and never tell the truth when it matters but history does show that times of economic growth it is the Tories that seem to in general elections, followed by Labour. The UK is basically a 2 Party country and has been for over 150 years and even UKIP is never going to change that, no matter what lies, deception and scaremongering they do![/p][/quote]And yet you still follow like a bull with a ring through its nose and spout out all the anti ukip bull Showtime for change my friend time for change the hand
  • Score: -1

8:41am Tue 6 May 14

Jim271 says...

Last week Hungarian was sentenced for 18 months for pulling a BB gun on a member of the public in Halliwell.

He will spend it in a nice holiday camp do6 months if that and come straight out.

HE SHOULD BE BANNED FROM BRITAIN FOR LIFE as well as HIS **** FAMILY.
Last week Hungarian was sentenced for 18 months for pulling a BB gun on a member of the public in Halliwell. He will spend it in a nice holiday camp do6 months if that and come straight out. HE SHOULD BE BANNED FROM BRITAIN FOR LIFE as well as HIS **** FAMILY. Jim271
  • Score: 0

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