Clean EUkip up NOW make UKIP electable!
TAKING THE AMBASSADOR TO TASK OVER HUMAN RIGHTS!
& ACCUSING RUSSIA of MURDER on BRITISH SOIL!
I’m not entirely sure where this serves to liberate these United Kingdoms from The EU to restore Democracy, Freedom, self Determination and our Borders to our people but to be fair Nikki Sinclaire has taken a Human Rights and humanitarian line for many years and was representing UKIP on the Relevant Committee until little Nigel had his hissy fit and showed just how insecure and inadequate he is pretending to the Leadership of UKIP!
Of taking a stance OFF OF the obvious brief of Leave-The-EU which is not only the ONLY message UKIP has ever managed to understand but clearly the ONLY message they are known for RIGHTLY – that Sinclaire has opted for Humanitarian Issues, Peacekeeping and Human Rights is I guess as acceptable an extension to her elected duties of Leave-The-EU as possible.
In no ways do her actions equate to the tripping off on Jollies as per Nigel Farage’s self serving jollies to Finland and Berlin to mention just two or the betrayal of Britain by the odious and guttless old Derek Clark, but it seems AthenaPR are claiming some glory for Clark’s betrayal of Britain in Rumania!
Bulgarian and Romanian entry to the European UnionIn 2006 The UK Independence Party was the only UK political party not supporting the expansion to the EU of Romania and Bulgaria, following their policy on previous expansion to Eastern Europe. After a series of press interviews, UKIP leader Nigel Farage was invited by the Romanian Ambassador to Britain to visit the country.Then UKIP Press Officer Annabelle Fuller assisted the party in organising media to cover the visit.
UKIP MEP Nikki SINCLAIRE has commented on her altercation on Human Rights with The Russian Ambassador as follows:
In the Human rghts Committee this afternoon, I was able to challenge the Russian Ambassador to the EU over the murder of a British citizen, Alexander Litvinenko, in November 2006.I suggested that the killing, allegedly by Andrei Lugovoi, now a Member of the Russian Parliament, was carried out under the articles of Russia’s Federal Law No. 153-FZ (July 27, 2006). 153-FZ institutionalises the procedure for taking a decision on using armed-force formations and special units to combat terrorism outside of Russia. Under FZ-153, a critic of the Russian state or its leaders may be designated as an “extremist”, and this law literally allows for the elimination of such critics outside Russian territory by FSB agents – Lugovoi was an FSB agent.The fact that such a decision must be taken “by the President” clearly suggests that the murder was ordered by Vladimir Putin.The Ambassador, Vladimir Chizov, was disengenious in his answer to say the least. He suggested that there was no case to answer as no court had returned a verdict of murder. He conveniently overlooked that fact that this is because the alleged murderer is being sheltered by the Kremlin, and there has been no trial.He then questioned Britain’s Human Rights record on the basis that we gave shelter to such wicked people as refugees from the Bolshevik revolution! The Ambassador has some funny interpretations of history, it seems!It is worth noting, that having tried for so long to get the Ambassador to attend a hearing of the Committee, only four MEPs bothered to show up, a fact that was not lost on the Russian delegation.