UKIP LEADERSHIP CLEARLY HAS THEM!
HAVE THESE CHAVS NEVER HEARD OF LEADING BY EXAMPLE?
Well they managed to get Independent News out & only 2 months late – But already they are 5 months behind on The NEC elections!
Can YOU imagine the mess A UKIP Government would make & they would choose extremist nutters as alies rather than sound political trading Nations to judge by The EFD!
something of a non story – it can hardly be news that a UKIP spokesman makes a fool of himself!
In a week when various candidates make an issue of being in UKIP – without any apparent interest in the party but seemingly for their own gain with one losing his candidacy over a fire arms technical offense (NOT involving any third party or crime as such) and another is dumped for his racist behaviour one has to ask why this clown Phillip Collins has embroilled UKIP in his personal issues over law and order.
However we do note that despite disciplinary moves mbeing made in a purely arbitary and dictatorial manner with a complete disregard for any sense of democracy or attention to even UKIP’s own rules – silly me I forgot UKIP CEO sent out a letter clearly stating UKIP hasn’t got a Rule Book but arbitrarily invents rules on the hoof according to no written guiding principles – I guess thatm is authorisation in an extremist group like The EFD and thus UKIP for the leader to have one rule for them and another for them!
This may explain why Godfrey Bloom’s comment about an African Leader being a ‘Baboon’ goes uncensured – whilst two MEPs Stuart Agnew and Derek Clark attend UKIP’s leading committee whilst under investigation by OLAF for fraud and Stuart Wheeler so clearly does not trust the UKIP MEPs that he has made it a condition of his donating to UKIP to ONLY contribute £10K per MEP and then only as matched funding!
So very UKIP/EU I wonder if Stuart Wheeler has actually woken up and is having his ‘CRISIS of FAITH’ as per his feelings towards The Tories when he gave them £5M – I wonder if Stuart Wheeler will be making his donation of up to £10K when a UKIP MEP invests in his own self interest to try to get himself elected or will it be only on donations to UKIP central funds. It could be a cheap round for Stuart Wheeler!
Sorry to see Jill Seymore was not at the NEC yesterday but in fairness what better day to book dental surgery. Dealing with the clowns and low lifes on The NEC would have a very clear similarity to the enthusiasm anyone would have for root canal treatment which of course would have some long term benefit, unlike association with the pond life in UKIP’s leadership team and the parasites feeding off the party.
Bristol man gets parking ticket – after calling police to complain about bad parking
Philip Collins, the chairman of UKIP Bristol, now says he would rather go to prison than pay the fine.He received the ticket on October 17 last year after he arranged to meet a police officer at a dangerous junction in Brislington.Mr Collins said he had called police for around 18 months about a van parking on the narrow path at the junction of Water Lane, Homemead Drive and Hulse Road.But he says when he “eventually” got a police officer to meet him at the scene he was penalised for parking his silver BMW opposite the junction and causing an obstruction.In frustration, the 47-year-old tore the ticket up and to add insult to injury was issued with a further ticket for littering.But Mr Collins, of Homemead Drive, who last Thursday was given two months to pay up by Bristol magistrates or face “serious action” says he would rather go to jail than pay the £45 penalty.“I am not anti-police. I am very much for the police and think they do a brilliant job most of the time but on this occasion they have got it wrong,” Mr Collins, who cares for his 82-year-old mother, told the Evening Post.“Parking where it does, the Transit van turns the junction into a blind bend and makes it very dangerous for schoolchildren and shoppers who use it regularly.“My aim is not to be difficult but to care for my community as best I can and I am concerned about the safety of members of the community including schoolchildren and the elderly.”Mr Collins, who is running as a candidate for UKIP for Brislington West, added: “I have been complaining to the police over about 18 months and must have rung them on 50 occasions.“When I have spoken to an officer he told me firstly that having the van parked as it was slowed traffic down and secondly that it was only illegal at night. I looked at the Highway Code and as far as I can tell both of these are nonsense.“A police officer came to see me about it and said I would meet him up there.“When I arrived I parked opposite the van and he tapped on my window and we spoke about it. I pointed out what I had been told before was incorrect.“I then asked him what he was going to do about it and at that stage he wrote a ticket and slapped it on my windscreen and said he wasn’t worried about the van.“I was not swearing or abusive but I admit being upset because I have rung the police numerous times.“After he had done it I asked him what on earth did he think he was doing and ripped the ticket up – I admit that.“He got right in my face – invading my personal space – and I put my hands on his shoulders and told him I wasn’t pushing him but was moving him back.“As I did so the pieces of ticket fell to the ground. Later I was given a ticket for littering.“I will not pay the £45 fine, I would rather put mum into care and go to prison for a couple of days.“I was trying to look after my community and am not in the wrong – it is totally crazy.”A spokeswoman for Avon and Somerset police said Mr Collins made a complaint regarding the ticket which was investigated by the Professional Standards Department and was not upheld.She said a subsequent complaint from Mr Collins meant they could not comment further on any pending matters
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