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#0288*- New EUrope FEATURES UKIP MEP Nikki SINCLAIRE NOW INDEPENDENT

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 14/02/2011

#0288*- New EUrope FEATURES UKIP MEP Nikki SINCLAIRE NOW INDEPENDENT
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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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New EUrope FEATURES UKIP MEP Nikki SINCLAIRE NOW, DUE TO UKIP DISHONESTY & UTTERLY INCOMPETENT LEADERSHIP, AN INDEPENDENT!

Ms. SINCLAIRE MEP & Mike NATTRASS also West Midlands have both quit refusing to be party to supporting Racism. anti Judaism, sexual intolerance and violence as part of The EFD!

Ms. Sinclaire is an openly declared pervert, within the framework of law, having announced she was a homosexual long ago – as she has always been known to be a lesbian amongst her colleagues and friends – Yet UKIP Policy supports the violent anti homosexuality of their EU partners The EFD

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North Africa’s first revolution very fragile

Author: Nikki Sinclaire MEP
13 February 2011 – Issue : 922
Three weeks after the Tunisian people ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, I was delighted to attend talks in Tunis with the new interim government as part of an ad hoc parliamentary delegation.

The delegation met with Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi, the Foreign Minister, Ahmed Ounais, the Defence Minister, Abdelkrim Zbidi, and the Minister of Justice, Lazhar Karoui Chebbi. We were also able to meet with the leaders of the major political forces. We were pleased to note the decisions taken on a general amnesty, legalisation of political parties and NGOs, accession to the Statute of the International Criminal Court, and to the UN Convention against Torture.

We also held meetings with representatives of civil society, trade unions and professional associations. The importance of a strong civil society is generally considered a vital prerequisite in developing and maintaining a strong and healthy democracy.

Just as vital, is a free and independent media. After 23 years of authoritarian rule journalists in Tunisia are savouring their freedom, with many senior editors being pressured to resign in order to make way for the new order.

Our task was to ascertain how we could aid and show our support for the democratic process and to the 10 million people of Tunisia. 
This revolution is the people’s revolution, and emanated from the despair that led a man, Mohamed Bouazizi, to burn himself to death on December 17th. He wasn’t a terrorist; he did not want to harm anyone else, it seems that he felt that life without the oxygen of democracy was suffocating his core being.

Events culminated on January 14th in mass protests that led President Ben Ali to flee the country and to seek refuge in Saudi Arabia after 23 years of dictatorship.

It has been dubbed the Jasmine Revolution, in Persian ´yasmin´ means ‘gift of God’, but this revolution was a mortal one, a secular revolution borne of frustration.

During our visit, other than the occasional sighting of Army trucks, barbed wire and the curfew there was actually little evidence of revolution, and the infrastructure, electricity, water, food, petrol was all functioning. The delegation encountered some demonstrations outside government offices by people who were unhappy at the speed of new legislation on for example a General Amnesty to political prisoners.
The feeling amongst Civil Society leaders is that people were concerned about the sustainability of the revolution. They felt that although the head of the old regime was removed its body is still very much in place.

The Constitution put in place in 1987 is still being adhered to and has allowed most of the old government to stay in place including the Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi. He explained his position, telling us that it would be wrong for him to desert a sinking ship. He paid tribute to the country’s youth, 35% of whom hold university degrees, extolling their patriotism and their confidence which he said would be needed in the immense task ahead.

Because of the revolution, Tunisia’s international credit rating has been downgraded; the tourism industry that accounts for 17% of foreign currency and 40% of GDP has been devastated. The Minister of Defence, Abdelkarim Zbidi went to great pains to assure us that the situation was safe for tourists.

The Prime Minister told me that EU aid given to the old regime had been used on economic reforms but evidently the people of Tunisia did not see or feel the benefit. I am calling for an investigation into where this aid went, and how it was used.

Strikes are becoming a problem, as the people tired of being exploited on low wages are keen to exercise their new found freedoms. But with any freedoms comes responsibility, economic growth must be taken one step at a time and increasing labour costs are a threat to exports and to Tunisia’s vital service industry.

The security situation in Tunisia is not critical but it remains uncertain. The Military played a pivotal role in the revolution and retains the trust of the people. I am minded of John F. Kennedy’s quote ´Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.´
The Minister of Defence, Mr Zbidi, who wants to resign his role as soon as possible, is keen to make sure the revolution is not stolen or abused during this `fragile and precarious period.´ He was critical of France, and felt that the initial reaction of Sarkozy’s government was mixed.  He was also critical of the EU saying that it was “offering a little bit to eat with more later”, and referred to the slow and uncertain response by Cathy Ashton.

Mr Zbidi hopes that Tunisia will be given enhanced status with the EU as four of the six conditions were now validated. The death penalty and women’s rights of inheritance remain contentious issues. Addressing women’s rights is very important, as enhancing women’s role in society may be seen as a counter to the ever present threat of fundamentalism: the Islamist Party is amongst the best organised of political actors.

We met with the Minister of Justice, Lazhar Karoui Chebbi who told us that “Justice was the cornerstone of civilisation” He was keen that a new image of the country be transmitted with a strong justice system that guarantees the freedom of the citizens.

There are over 2000 magistrates in Tunisia, 1800 practising generally with 200 working on the Court of accounts or upper courts, and it is admitted that problems of corruption in the judicial system need to be addressed.

There can be no doubt that 23 years of Ben Ali’s regime will have an effect on future elections. However, in my opinion it would be impractical to wait for a new constitution to be formed before having full elections. Tunisia needs a reforming figure with an electoral mandate who can oversee the formation of a new constitution removing the shackles of the old, engaging with all sectors of civil society.

Whilst there is clearly just cause for optimism, we must not forget that more than 200 people have been killed during the disturbances that have accompanied this long-awaited transition towards democracy. It is important that those sacrifices were not in vain.

Tragically, there is still violence on the streets of Tunisia; during our visit four people were killed at a demonstration following an attack on a police station, and whilst travelling home on Sunday we learned of another death in the central town of Kebili.

That is a fact that should weigh heavily on France, Italy and other nations that supported the regime of Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali.

Nikki Sinclaire is an independent MEP and part of the delegation to Tunisia

To view the original article CLICK HERE

Hi, this is an excellent article for EUroRealism as it has raised the profile of one of the most dedicated EUroRealists in The EU who I gather was able to make many clear statements of human rights issues including gender and sexuality the fundamental right of Self determination and the very important fact that without liberty and sovereignty there is no such thing as meaningfull democracy.

These facts are equally as pertinent to the situation in Egypt and the rest of The Middle East and North Africa.

However let us remember that it also pertains to these United Kingdoms where Sinclaire is actively campaigning on a cross party basis with other MPs and MEPs and now Peers to Petition for a Referendum in co-operation with The Referendum Pledge Campaign see: CLICK HERE
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SK-H184 – UKIP & CONJECTURE ON THE BACKGROUND TO HIGH COURT ACTION

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 08/11/2010

SK-H184 – UKIP & CONJECTURE ON THE BACKGROUND TO HIGH COURT ACTION!
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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 & CONJECTURE ON THE BACKGROUND TO HIGH COURT ACTION!
A Measure Of The Idiocy Of UKIP, Farage & Bloom:
Is that they have CREATED this mess, as Sinclaire has studiously avoided ever using either a gender or minority card for her personal advancement!
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Friday, 5 November 2010

Legal action announced

Today at a press conference in Westminster, I announced with regret that I have been driven to take legal action against UKIP, Nigel Farage MEP and Godfrey Bloom MEP in the High Court and the Employment Tribunal.

The high court action is in relation to UKIP breaching it’s own Constitution and party rules. The ET claim relates to discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation. I feel that I have been unfairly treated by the leadership of UKIP because I stood up for my principles. It is especially disturbing and offensive as my colleague, Mike Nattrass MEP has received no sanction despite leaving the EFD group for the same reasons. .
It is interesting to note how life is what gets in the way of plans – I understand that the intent was to announce this immediately after Busak had agreed to investigate the abuse case against Godfrey Bloom MEP since there was well witnessed and corroborated evidence of that in The Parliament building. That would have made it a week earlier.

However I gather there was a delay of some sort with the Court papers pertaining to UKIP, Farage & Bloom so the lawyers suggested last Monday.

It seems pretty clear that the original delay was to ensure that the High Court action was not used as a tool in the leadership placement, since it was a virtual certainty Farage would be put in place – what a sad reflection on UKIP!

I AM reading between lines when I hazard the guess that being a dedicated devotee of the principles of UKIP members, if not the sleaze of UKIP leadership Sinclaire may well have had some feint hope of Tim Congdon being fairly elected and the possibility that he might have set out to strengthen UKIP by seeking out those of ability who have left due to the antics of Farage and his dishonourable parasites
Had that been the caseand the brains of the party and its activists considered rejoining to assist Congdon then clearly Sinclaire would have wished to help UKIP rather than take the step of taking them to Court as an effort to clean the party up by exposing the truth as to how vile they actually are.
This then left the Monday as the option – however as those who read her news letters will realise on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday last week Sinclaire was acquitting her duties as an RAF Officer MEP in Norfolk. So I presume that left Thursday to finalise the papers for a Press Conference on the Friday – thereby making sure she had NOT influenced the coronation and could not be seen as being vindictive by acting after the Coronation of Farage, I presume hence the relatively early morning event based on the possibility of a noon announcement.
Those of us who have observed Sinclaire’s career over many years will appreciate three things –
firstly she has been totally dedicated to the Patriotic causes of self determination, soveregnty, democracy, fair play and liberty; Secondly: she has consistently tried to carry out her job and more;
Thirdly: she has always been ‘organised’ in terms of scheduling and time management.

It is perhaps this drive that makes her, for some, a target as she does not suffer fools and like all who have no time for shirkers and fools they tend to make enemies – one only need see the vituperative comments of fools like Stuart Parr and cowards like the childishly named coward Baron von Lottsov or Septic or Farage’s gutter filth the liar and dishonourable low life Mark Croucher in his various cowardly roles exploiting UKIP for his personal gain. That her moral stand over the revolting EFD (many of whose corrupt and vile members are already joining the new Pan EU Political Party CLICK HERE) just watch the sad antics of UKIP’s resident Uriah Heep Douglas Deny mincing around looking for somewhere to stick a knife in or the human garbage McTrough.
That so very many truelly revolting people have gathered around the leadership is a measure of the man who whether elected or not has led the party over at least the last 12 years – weak, self serving, venal and incompetent, without a leadership skill to his name, with no vision, no aim, no gravitas, no loyalty and as we see from the announcement of appointments no interest in the wishes or well being of the members as he appoints a claque of salaried praise singers using tax payers money without so much as a by your leave or thought of the members and their corrupted NEC process.
No one would gainsay the fact that Farage is visibly the best ‘performer’ in the party but what of those denied the access to the stage to perform! Let us accept Farage is a good performer but think what the party could have achieved for these United Kingdoms without this simpering fool and his fear of any challenge to his self sppointed divine right to rob or at very least control the money!!



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SK-H183 – UKIP LEADERSHIP NO NEWS TO THE TELEGRAPH – BUT THE HIGH COURT!!!

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 07/11/2010

SK-H183 – UKIP LEADERSHIP NO NEWS TO THE TELEGRAPH – BUT THE HIGH COURT!!!
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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 LEADERSHIP PLACEMENT IS NOT NEWS TO THE TELEGRAPH!!
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MEP: UKIP kicked me out because I was a lesbian

The UK Independence Party is to be taken to the High Court by an MEP claiming it discriminated against her because she was lesbian.

Nikki Sinclaire is taking action over Ukip withdrawing the whip from her in the European Parliament and preventing her standing for the Commons as a candidate for the party.
She claimed today that her treatment had been in breach of Ukip’s constitution and was motivated by sexual orientation discrimination.

A directions hearing is to be held by the High Court today. The West Midlands MEP is also taking the party to an employment tribunal, with a preliminary hearing on December 28.

Ms Sinclaire was kicked out of the party after she refused to sit with the eurosceptic group Europe of Freedom and Democracy (EFD) which Ukip joined in the European Parliament last year.

She said she quit the EFD because it contained ”extreme elements”, including people with ”openly homophobic opinions”.

”I think that homophobic in itself the fact that they expected me to sit next to such people and engage with such people in the Parliament, while taking a holier-than-thou attitude to parties like the BNP (British National Party) in the UK,” she said.

As well as withdrawing the whip from the MEP, Ukip’s national executive committee also ended her position as the party’s candidate for Meriden at the general election.

She said she still believed in the aims of Ukip, whose principal goal is to take the UK from the European Union, and would be prepared to be one of its MEPs again if it was ”more tolerant”.

”It is unacceptable in the 21st century for people to be marginalised and treated in an offensive and derogatory way on the grounds of their sexuality,” the MEP said.

”This behaviour needs to be exposed, so that the party can move forward and I can get on with representing the people of the West Midlands and their causes, which I am so passionate about.”

Her solicitor Paul Daniels, of Russell Jones and Walker law firm, said: ”Ms Sinclaire has just commenced discrimination claims concerning the prejudices she considers present within certain parts of Ukip and its leadership, as she considers these prejudices need to be challenged so that all members are treated respectfully and fairly.

”Ms Sinclaire remains dedicated to the cause of Ukip, but will fight for equal opportunities for all, including the rights of minority groups as well.”

To view the original article CLICK HERE.

I must say, in view of the gravitas of this case which looks pretty open and shut based upon the evidence, I was astonished looking at the members forum just how stupid UKIP can be with its spokes people cramming the board with ‘inappropriate’ comments. Do people like that idiot Stuart Parr really want to destroy UKIP – not that it would much matter, UKIP sealed its own fate on Friday without help from congenital idiots like Stuart Parr I presume someone on ‘Team Sinclaire’ will have the relevant screen captures for her lawyers!

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