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#0530* – Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 05/06/2011

#0530* – Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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Euro Zone’s Biggest Deficit—Leadership!
When MIGHT UKIP produce as much information for the public as do Junius & I or EUreferendum?

UKIP is hugely funded where I KNOW none of us are – Not even expenses!

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Euro Zone Needs to Tackle Its Biggest Deficit—Leadership

As the euro zone scrambles to extricate itself once again from a mess of its own making with what appears to be an 11th-hour deal to save Greece from imminent default, the markets should keep their relief in check. At the heart of the euro-zone crisis lie a series of deficits: fiscal deficits, bank capital and liquidity deficits, and productivity deficits. But the biggest deficit of all is the shortage of political leadership. As so often over the past year, politicians have found just enough resolve to avoid immediate disaster. But without far greater bravery from Europe’s leaders, the next crisis won’t be long averted.
[AGENDA_LCE] European Pressphoto Agency

The biggest leadership deficit lies in Greece. Athens kick-started the euro crisis last year when it revealed that a combination of fraudulent accounting and widespread tolerance of tax evasion had saddled the country with a far bigger deficit than anyone had imagined. Prime Minister George Papandreou’s government triggered the latest problems by backsliding on its commitments to the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund to embark on major privatizations and structural reforms. Instead, it wasted precious months this year holding the euro zone to ransom with threats to restructure debts.
Only now its bluff has been called has Athens agreed to deliver on its promises in return for further bailouts. The alternative is a disastrous default and likely exit from the European Union. But even now the government is reluctant to shrink its bloated public sector, preferring to put the bulk of its fiscal consolidation on tax measures. Meanwhile, the opposition plays party politics over issues of national survival, undermining public acceptance of the program. No wonder other EU governments are reluctant to trust Mr. Papandreou and want strict conditionality to any loans.
Not that the rest of Europe is blameless. For too long, European governments turned a blind eye to weaknesses at the heart of their project. The single currency was always going to depend on member states exercising fiscal discipline and boosting their competitiveness to achieve convergence. Yet the Stability and Growth Pact that was supposed to deliver these goals lacked teeth; Europe stood by as Germany and France flouted the Pact by running excessive deficits. Greece wasn’t the only country to reap the benefits of lower borrowing costs while refusing to reform; protectionist efforts to flout single market laws remain rife.
Worse, the architects of the euro launched it knowing it contained a fatal design fault: euro-zone government bonds were zero-weighted for bank capital purposes even though, unlike normal government bonds, they were not backed by a government with the power to issue its own currency and therefore were exposed to credit risk. That gave banks an incentive to load up on higher yielding peripheral country bonds, driving down borrowing costs and fuelling a disastrous borrowing binge. This crisis was predictable–and predicted.
But now the crisis has arrived, where are the statesmen prepared to spell out the hard choices to save monetary union? A default now would be catastrophic, not least because of the contagion effects upon government and bank borrowing costs. Yet instead of putting pressure on Greece to stick by its promises, some politicians destabilized markets with unrealistic talk of a debt restructuring. Worse, the rhetoric of the past few weeks has reduced the political space for the hard decisions needed to draw a line under the crisis. Last year, governments watered down a new competitiveness pact by refusing to hardwire tough sanctions into the rules. The euro zone has also ruled out issuing euro-zone bonds that might ease the funding costs on troubled euro-zone sovereigns. Meanwhile, it has failed to tackle the crisis in the banking system.
The latest round of bank stress tests may improve the capital position of Europe’s banks, but the really big problem is liquidity. Greece, Ireland and Portugal already face a credit crunch given their banks’ reliance on ECB funding; rising Spanish and Italian bank borrowing costs are the biggest risk to those countries hitting their growth targets. Yet measures that might improve bank funding—such as allowing the European Financial Stabilization Fund to take pressure off sovereigns by taking stakes in banks and guaranteeing funding— remain firmly off the agenda. The logic of the crisis is that banks should be regulated at a European level; until governments recognize this, the pressures on individual states—and the political risks to the euro—will be immense.
As things stand, the only European institution prepared to spell out these truths is the European Central Bank. This is a dangerous place for a central bank to be, reinforcing the perception the EU is run by unelected bureaucrats and lacks a mandate. European leaders consistently say they are determined to do whatever it takes to save the single currency, but have too often been prepared to duck hard choices, leaving the ECB to go to the outer limits of its mandate to preserve stability.
Europe needs leaders with the courage to spell out the hard choices and the inevitable loss of sovereignty. Few people voted for this kind of Europe, few want it now, people have a right to feel angry. But the option of turning back the clock 20 years doesn’t exist. A break-up of the euro zone would be a political and financial calamity that would threaten the survival of the European Union. On the other hand, it is still just about possible the euro zone could exit this crisis more united, more powerful, more transparent, more accountable, more competitive, more prosperous.
Write to Simon Nixon at simon.nixon@wsj.com 

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#0529* – UKIP PEPP Debate Was Insultingly Amateur & Crassly Illinformed!

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 05/06/2011

#0529* – UKIP PEPP Debate Was Insultingly Amateur & Crassly Illinformed!
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable!
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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UKIP PEPP Debate Was Insultingly Amateur & Crassly Illinformed!

It was astonishing just how irresponsible such highly paid individuals can be!!

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Hi,

PLEASE NOTE:

The vote on this issue will be circulated in Mid July in the in house comic – INDEPENDENCE NEWS which is used, on track record, for corrupt Farage propaganda but rarely appears on time with excuses usually being made based upon lack of funding (As with The NEC Elections of last February which still have not yet been held!)

The theory is that Ballot Papers will be distributed during July to all members and the completed those being returned by mid August will be counted as a part of the vote.

I have just watched the full debate of UKIP as chaired by Steve Crowther at The Tiverton Hotel which ended at 15:55hrs.

Protagonists:

Trevor Colman MEP – NO
Stuart Agnew MEP – YES
Stephanie Williams – YES
Mike Smith – NO

May I congratulate Mike Smith for having the integrity to thank Nikki Sinclaire, Mike Nattrass and Trevor colman for their sterling work in bringing the facts of The EU to the attention of both members and the public – having not lost sight of the reason they were elected.

I was amazed at the lack of facts, lack of information and emotive nature of the debate from both sides of the rather mumbled arguments, beyond the admonishment to read the Legislation for yourself – with which I do agree but it was unfortunate that the two sides were not adequately in command of their brief to respond with linkage in other than their set piece presentation section..

That Stuart Agnew clearly stated he did not care about the outcome of the democratic vote of the members he, like Godfrey Bloom would willingly betray the principles of Democracy in UKIP such as it is and if the vote was NO to PEPPs he personally would still join one!

Some will remember that I warned before his election that Stuart Agnew was untrustworthy, dishonest, corrupt and self interested. He colluded in corruption to be placed upon the list of candidates as one of Farage’s placements based on Farage’s comment ‘He is as thick as sh*t but he’s got money’.

No I never expected Stuart Agnew to act in an honourable or principled manner on ANY issue – a point soon highlighted by The Sunday Times and I understand still a subject of OLAF enquiry in terms of his boassted of fraud together with his equally dishonest and corrupt partner in fraud David Bannerman.

I presume Stuart Agnews puppet masters the NFU wish him to aid and assist their paymasters The EU by helping The EU in its greater goal to undermine National Politics by controlling Pan EU Political Parties via their bribes and purse strings to the MEP’s overseas accounts and perks.

It was stunning to listen to these 4 protagonists waffling on with so little knowledge or understanding of either The EU, ethics, principles or even the rules as laid out by The EU for PEPPs which can be read in full if you CLICK HERE

They seemed not to have a clue what their own UKIP MEP was upto which speaks volumes of the loss of control when prostituted to The EU and funded as a Supra National Political Party – we are currently at the stage where UKIP Chairman and two UKIP MEPs haven’t a clue what Godfrey Bloom is doing – just as they hadn’t a clue that David Bannerman had gone on a jolly with the Tories to Taiwan!

To have SOME incling of what Godfrey Bloom is upto, although his web site has not been materially updated since last year! You may be will find this helps understand how he is subsuming himself into The EU when not copulating with prostitutes in the streets nor urinating in flower pots in Hotels CLICK HERE

As a starter to help the idiot Stuart Agnew Godfrey is NOT a member of something called The Alliance he is a member of The EUrope of Freedom and Democracy – a corrupt grouping harbouring and promoting Racism, violent anti homosexuality, anti Judaism, Holocaust denial and pro EU Membership seeking reform as is he Stuart Agnew also UKIP’s remaining MEPs willing to jump when told to put money in Nigel Farage’s pocket. Godfrey Bloom is also a member of The Pan EU Alliance for Freedom.

Both the utterly vile EFD Group and this other grubby little group are increasingly within the bounds of Pan EU Political Parties or PEPPs.

Rerhaps it would be an intelligent action on these ‘larded’ self serving individuals to read up a little on the subject and to that end they will find this of help: CLICK HERE.

What is UKIP doing that is of any real benefit towards getting these United Kingdoms out of The EU – as yet they have never had a single training course of consequence and it was clear from todays debate they sure to hell need one. It is all very well waffling about policies and Government WE NEED MORE POLITICIANS LIKE A HOLE IN THE HEAD – The only reason UKIP gets votes is the stance of Leave-The-EU and on that clear message and by exploiting (dishonestly) the difficulties of other Parties in DOMESTIC politics UKIP does well in EU elections – the results when OTHER POLICIES are considered are risible as shown by their abject failure at Westminster elections and even worse results at local level!

Clearly and sadly to genuine supporters like myself who seek solutions for our Country and NOT enrichment or agrandisement for ourselves, it is increasingly clear that UKIP is unfit for purpose IF the aim is to liberate these United Kingdoms from membership of the malign and damaging EUropean Union.

All too often the ONLY answer UKIP has to any view point that may challenge their income stream as individuals is abuse or more hirelings and praise singers to abuse those who are genuine Patriots seeking to Leave-The-EU.

To quote Steve Allison of Nigel Farage:

“I don’t question HIS recollection of the incident or HIS interpretation of the story. I’m sure he is sincere in his beliefs. Similarly I don’t question anyone’s belief in an almighty God. I’m sure they are sincere in their beliefs. I don’t share those beliefs but it doesn’t  make me right and them wrong or visa versa. However, I know that you and I will never agree on this because there is no god but Farage and Heaver is his prophet so there is no point discussing it further really is there?”

This rather sums up UKIP’s ability to debate – the nerds and sycophants of Farage and the rest – for a partial list of The Rest CLICK HERE.You will note amongst them already UKIP has lost 2 Council seats from the meager few it obtained on 06-May-2011 and also the recent resignation in apparent disgust at being used and abused of an NEC Member!

Hardly surprising having just watched 2 hours of ill informed and crassly uninformative debate that would surely not pass muster in a responsible 6th. Form let alone as a ‘presentation’ debate by such highly funded rascals. Though I will say afternoon tea at The Tiverton Hotel was pleasant!

COMMENTS:

  • Michael Stone
    Michael Stone Great idea to show this live, hope it is not the last time. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Ben Walker
    Ben Walker *waves back at Chairman* 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Julien Parrott
    Julien Parrott Hello Steve! 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville @ Ivo in A PEP nigel would get even more speaking time 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Off topic, but why does UKIP fail to attract women? 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville We can use money for UKIP, think tank, EU elections, pr.omotion of UKIP policies 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs If it takes the strain of the EU budget then that leaves more for fighting on the homefront 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • ivoweck
    ivoweck Wwould this affect Nigel’s 2 minute speeches in the EU parliment? 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville Hardly a long term committment, we can get out of it any time we want 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Why cant the party incorporate some get out clauses in the constituiton in case it turns out bad? 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Principles are all wella nd good, but money talks1 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville EU does this anyway, might as well get in there and take some of the money away from LibLabCon 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith If we could get the money to use for UKIP I’d be all in, but we can’t use it to help us 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville having a think tank, being able to promote our policies will help us in UK elections a huge amount 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 the public need to see we could run the country if given the chance 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Personally I cant see how this would detract from focusing on the UK, if there is no focus now 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville yes, UKIP need UK focus, if anything a PEP will help that 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 I agree the public need to see us as more than a one policy party and that we do have more policy’s 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies I’m tired of UKIP being seen as an EU protest group. Put the focus back on the UK and I’ll vote yes. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville Having a think tank, and extra funding for UKIP policies promotion can help us nationally so much 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Ben Walker
    Ben Walker I am now voting yes. UKIP needs to stand stronger – hence more money. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies Let UKIP MEPs do what they want, but then have UKIP UK make it’s own decisions by a leader based here. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Not if only MEPs join, surely? 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville If we arent in a PEP it wont focus us in the UK, being in a PEP may even help us be UK focus with xtra money 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies It does Olly, because it keeps UKIP going down the route of being under the control of the EU focused side. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Edward Burroughs
    Edward Burroughs Hi all: @ Matt, I dont see the PEP preventing further activity focused on the UK 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville @Matt that seems pretty sensible to me, need more UK focus, in or out of a PEP doesnt effect that 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Michael Stone
    Michael Stone Stuart Agnew is a very hard working MEP both in brussels and around the eastern counties 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies I want to see some mechanism that will start UKIP being more UK focused. If not then I am voting NO 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville UKIP will not become a European wide party, UKIP is not joining the PEP only the MEPs 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies Here is my deal. I will vote Yes, if a UKIP UK unit is formed and give autonomy to run itself, free of MEP 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville No side seem to be more emotive Yes seems more to have the arguments 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews @Matt I must be watching a different tream. The No side seems asleep here. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith For Agnew to say if the UKIP membership vote No then I’ll still join, that’s disgusting 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Ben Walker
    Ben Walker @Matt – that is an excellent idea! 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews Stuart Agnew seems the most coherent to me 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies I’m not impressed with Agnew. Farage will be spitting feathers at his poor performance here. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith Agnew should go as a MEP 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies UKIP should split into two units under one umbrella. A UK focused unit and an EU sabotage group. 1 hour ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville MEPs will do what they do regardless of being in a PEP but might as well have more money while they do it 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville We can use PEP money to fight EU elections for UKIP, so we dotn have to spend UKIP money on EU elections 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville @david we already take money from the EU, so do LibLabCon, public dont care about it, they care about policy 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 we are hypocrites we want out the Eu but we can take money from them when we want. It would lose us votes 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Julien Parrott
    Julien Parrott This is a good question! 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • ivoweck
    ivoweck UKIP would not do so well in UK elections if it wasn’t for their MEPs 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith @Olly – but PEP money can only be used for EU releated activity 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 @Olly this is my point that if the public see us taking money from the EU for party use then they will say .. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville yes, UKIP pick the policies, think tank researches them and gives them credibility 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies That’s the problem though Olly. They won’t focus on the UK while they are dancing to the EU’s tune. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville UKIP needs to focus almost soley on UK elections, no point wasting UKIP money on Eu elections, use PEP money 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies It’s not a gift horse Olly. There are huge costs to UKIP. Principe, integrity and credibility. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith @Olly – policies should be decided by our members, the people know what they want 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies UKIP need to focus on UK policies without EU restrictions and simply say we would leave if asked how. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville @jason a political party cant study the effect of policies, a think tank can and so give credibility 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 @ivo Totally agree 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville theres no good from looking a gift horse in the mouth, take the EUs money and help us win in UK elections 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 They don’t trust it because they don’t know enough about UKIP 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • ivoweck
    ivoweck To win MP, UKIP needs to become more than a one-issue party. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies My view is UKIP’s understandable obsession with the EU, turns voters off. They want a party that can run UK 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith @Olly – we don’t need a think tank, if we can’t generate our own policies we don’t deserve to be a party 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies Noel, people know that. They don’t vote UKIP though, because they don’t trust it to run the country. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville UKIP need to focus on domestic policies, having a think tank to help would be hugely useful 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies Is a parasitical approach to defeating the EU the only way to beat it? If so, are UKIP any better than the re 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Ben Walker
    Ben Walker Off topic – but if UKIP wants to win MP’s then it will have to do the Green party method – build a powerbase. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews @Matt All UKIP need to say is that a vote for UKIP is a vote for EU withdrawal. No referendum needed 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Julien Parrott
    Julien Parrott Democracy rules in UKIP we should not be apologising for this debate. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • OllyNeville
    OllyNeville We need national focus, and if EU help can promote that national focus then take their money to crush themh 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 @Ben totally agree they don’t need any more ammo to use against us 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies Who thinks the current EU focussed approach will see UKIP win seats at Westminster in our lifetiem? 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Julien Parrott
    Julien Parrott This is important because 60% of the membership has elected him leader 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews I think the public would fall asleep on the PEP issue – it’s been hard enough to understand for activists 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith Most MEPs and their staff are on the Yes camp, surprising that? 🙂 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies If UKIP have to be within the EU structures to make a difference, then why don’t we all just join the Tories? 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews Farage is behind the Yes vote 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith @Ben – agreed, the media would destroy UKIP and would we would lose public support 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • david050268
    david050268 The Mep’s represent UKIP in the EU while the UK are in the EU 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Alan Wood
    Alan Wood UKIP need to join an Alliance of anti-EU parties in UK, not Brussels. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Julien Parrott
    Julien Parrott Is either side presenting the official view of Nigel Farage? 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Matt Davies
    Matt Davies If UKIP can’t win the political argument without the EU’s condition attached coin. Then we are doomed. 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Noel Matthews
    Noel Matthews Political parties prosper the greater the funding but not often on principle alone 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete
  • Jason Smith
    Jason Smith @Alan – agreed, in fact I believe MEPs will become more dependant on the EU 2 hours ago IgnoreDelete

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#0528* – UKIP & FARAGE Share A Mary Hopkins Moment!

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 05/06/2011

#0528* – UKIP & FARAGE Share A Mary Hopkins Moment!
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Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable! 
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The corruption of EUkip’s leadership, 
their anti UKIP claque in POWER & the NEC 
is what gives the remaining 10% a bad name!
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UKIP & FARAGE Share A Mary Hopkins Moment!
To Help Understand CLICK HERE!
However it seems UKIP Is Learning Life Is What gets In The Way of Your Plans!

Even the sad inadequates who form the claque of sycophants are clearly bewildered as they trot out their juvenile hero worship – oblivious of just how stupid they show themselves to be!

The older ones see their scams and jollies threatened by their own corrupt inadequacy!

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Hi,

UKIP has been extraordinarily fortunate to date as they are considered of such little relevance that the media have, like the public, largely ignored their childish squabbling to keep their snouts in or near the troughs on the gravy train.

As Steve Allison so clearly put it there is no clear provenance that UKIP MEPs taking up their seats in the farcical EU Parliament has been of any benefit to EUroScepticism and withdrawal from The EU.
Accurate QUOTE CLICK HERE

I trust this picture will help – The theory that it was ‘Set Up’ was one of several put forward by Nigel Farage over a period of time as each previous one was shot down in flames:

There were even claims made that the meeting had never taken place which somewhat unravelled when it was scientifically proven that the picture was NOT a photo montage.

Interestingly the many stories put forward by the Farage spin machine were so palpably dishonest that they destroyed any hope of rebuttal and an article in The Times Newspaper stood uncorrected as factually corrected.

To quote a senior elected party member:

“I don’t question HIS recollection of the incident or HIS interpretation of the story. I’m sure he is sincere in his beliefs. Similarly I don’t question anyone’s belief in an almighty God. I’m sure they are sincere in their beliefs. I don’t share those beliefs but it doesn’t  make me right and them wrong or visa versa. However, I know that you and I will never agree on this because there is no god but Farage and Heaver is his prophet so there is no point discussing it further really is there?”

And to think this was said long after intelligent people had realised what a nasty little creep Michael Heavers is – currently he is clearly Nigel Farage’s butt boy a funded cheer leader and praise singer without ethics, principles, vision or integrity, replacing the serial liar and utterly corrupt failed publican, press officer and much else – Mark Croucher.

Nigel Farage’s personal links with The BNP were irrefutable and his links with The National Front are ongoing though as The NF fades there is less notable a link.

That Farage’s father Guy had NF links as a Subaltern in the army before he left and that the close family friend Buster Motram, who was introduced by Farage to the party against wiser counsel. That Farage had racist and anti Jewish links is irrefutable – you will also note he spoke on numerous occasions at The Swinton Circle, seen by many a more balanced individual as racist and most clearly an organisation which harboured known fraud and corruption giving a frequent platform to the known criminal Tom Wise.

Do not be beguilled by the politically idiotic and malicious with stories of National Democrat membership being of overly much concern as it was a nascent organisation that was made up of those largely moving away from the hard core racism of The National Front or its splinter group The BNP. The ND had little time to formulate policy before it sallied forth into an election, largely making up policy as it went along.

The National Democrats didn’t last long and withered bringing down The National Front as it slid from obscurity to oblivion, some members drifting off to The BNP and others to meet up with chums from NF days in UKIP whilst the raw recruits in the main seem to have been welcomed by UKIP.

Farage’s election agent for a considerable time was National front.

The renunciation of The BNP of today is a desperate move to create a distance for publicity purposes from the racist, anti Jewish anti homosexual and violent agenda thinly disguised in The BNP whilst openly supported by UKIP within The EU – despite any protestations to the contrary.

Look closely at UKIP’s Pan EU Political EFD Grouping and you will realise just how corrupt and dishonest is their position renouncing The BNP on the one hand whilst all too willing to support their EFD equivallent in their violent anti homosexuality, holocaust denial, anti Judaism and racist comments and behaviour.

That members of UKFirstParty are banned is a pure act of petty spite as a result of shame at having lied cheated and rigged internal selection procedure and having been called to account by some who had spoken out against such corruption.

That UKFirstParty was set up as a UKIP spoiler party was a myth promoted to cover the shame of losing such a large chunk of relatively influential senior members as a result of the outright dishonesty of UKIP leadership and the parasites who feed from their largesse.

UKIP politician defects to Tories because he wants to join a ‘serious party’

A former deputy leader of UKIP today announced his defection to the Conservatives in a bitter blow for the anti-EU party and its leader Nigel Farage. 
David Campbell-Bannerman, the UKIP MEP for the East of England, said that he was switching to join the Tories because he wanted to represent a serious party and not a pressure group. 
Mr Campbell-Bannerman, 50, had been responsible for drawing up much of UKIP’s wider policy agenda including defence and foreign policy and his defection comes at a time of simmering discontent with Mr Farage’s leadership. 
Earlier this month, Marta Andreasen, UKIP MEP for South East England, called for Mr Farage to step down after disappointing results for the party in the local elections. 

“Party members and supporters are justifiably angry. After promises of success and claims that the party would triple the number of its seats, after large amounts of party members and donors money was spent on what was a poorly led campaign, the result was frankly dismal,” she said.

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Meek Lib Dems pale next to squabbling UKIP

Here’s thrilling news for Nick Clegg. At last there’s a party leader who is having a more torrid time: Nigel Farage of the UK Independence party. First, the MEP David Campbell Bannerman, a former deputy leader, defected to the Conservatives. Now another MEP seems to be threatening legal action. 

When Marta Andreasen, once hailed as UKIP’s Sarah Palin, recently called on Farage to resign after the party’s dismal haul in local elections, he dismissed her as “hopelessly out of touch” and added “she hasn’t been in the UK for several months”. 

Andreasen now wants him to retract that remark, warning darkly of “other avenues of redress”. She says: “His comments create the impression that I am somehow an absentee MEP. Nothing could be further from the truth.” 

UKIP and Farage, who was only re-elected leader last November, are beginning to resemble a squabbling couple: can’t live with him, can’t live without him.

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