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#0444* – ex UKIP INDEPENDENT MEP TAKING PETITION to SWANAGE

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 28/04/2011

#0444* – ex UKIP INDEPENDENT MEP TAKING PETITION to SWANAGE
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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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ex UKIP INDEPENDENT Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP is TAKING THE NATIONAL PETITION to SWANAGE!

Scheduled to give a talk at a UKIP meeting after a day travelling and campaigning before driving back to her constituency for The Royal Wedding commitments!

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Hi,

I note from Nikki Sinclaire’s web site:

April 2011
Thursday 28th April Swanage Dorset

Nikki and her team from left to right: Neill Watts, Maggie Inglis, Paula Murray, 
Nikki Sinclaire MEP
Vicky Rogers, Josh O’Nyons, Orsy Balogh, Gary Cartwright
To be fair: I think Paula is now working with a Bank and there are at least 2 or 3 more staff!
I also hear that Gary may have bought some dark blue trousers 😉
 

The battle bus is in the South of England actively Petitioning for signatures for the Petition about which you can learn much together with the details of The EU Referendum Campaign set up BY THE PEOPLE for THE PEOPLE to obtain Pledges to bring pressure on Politicians to hold a true and fair IN/OUT Referendum an excellent initiative but it seems since it largely avoided Politicians as leaders since it was they that got Britain in this mess and it is THEY who are not only the servants of the people but answerable to the people You may find the panic thaty was cause by a TRUE PEOPLES CAMPAIGN!


See the story of the JUDAS GOAT:
CLICK HERE and also HERE

and for a great deal more factual information CLICK HERE
Not only is the Nikki Sinclaire funded Petition Bus in Swanage on Thursday (later today) but I gather after best part of a day in Swanage the campaigners will be out and about getting signatures for their Nation wide Petition to bring The Government to account and hold a full debate and as a result an IN/OUT EU Referendim.

I hear from contacts in Trevor Colman’s association that a meeting is to be held in the evening called by Trevor Colman who recently stepped down from Nigel Farage’s corrupt racist anti Jewish, violent anti homosexual EFD Group and despite the vitriolic attacks on him that he can expect his credibility as a Politician stands every chance of rising quite dramatically with much more serious media coverage in Britain and more speaking time which will aid the battle to Leave-The-EU.


If anything the distortions and attacks by cowards and low lifes earning their keep as maggots feeding from the crumbs that fall from the troughs of UKIP leadership on The Gravy Train has helped raise Nikki Sinclaire’s profile dramatically and show her in a very favourable light with the media in Britain and with a number of Main Stream Media 

Whistle Blowings exposing EU Corruption and 

MEP profligacy and greed with our money her popularity has grown right across The EU with publicity for all the right reasons in the main press of a number of Countries.


Her Gravitas has been exploited as she was asked by The EU to take part in a near non stop round of conference and meetings in Tunisia to TRY to aid a peaceful outcome from their uprising – which largely, it could be argued has been the outcome when you consider Yemen, Egypt, Syria and Libya!

As a result of this she was also invited to mediate as a referee in The Nigerian Elections – all events directly funded by the tax payers whether of The EU or in the case of Nigeria those of Nigeria. The Nigerian job was risky and with a punishing and exposed schedule but was called off as The EU had forgotten the need for innoculation against various exotic diseases prevalent in Nigeria – Besides of course the commonest of all which is severe impact lead poisoning!


I gather to return to Swanage Trevor Colman has invited Nikki Sinclaire to speak at the UKIP meeting which he has called and is being advertised locally I am told by a friend in Bournemouth.

I understand a very major promotion of The Petition is imminent this weekend so do look out in the Press.

I will publish the articles as soon as I have located the papers that are I gather lined up so that will be either early on Saturday or Sunday so that we can all put our shoulder to this genuine initiative in Britain to forward a Referendum on a subject the British people want rather than squander the opportunity and our money on Master Clegg’s efforts to please his EU masters (PAY MASTERS) with his chum(p) Hoone for AV voting.


Does Clegg fondly imagine the public are ALL as stupid as Wee Willy Dartmouth who has announced wide and far that AV will do away with tactical voting – The dullard seems not to comprehend it is a system deliberately designed for tactical voting and it is clearly that that attracts those seeking to sabotage yet further the residual democracy within these United Kingdoms.

More news and facts to follow as they are phoned through to me by genuine UKIP supporters who have no interest in personal agrandisement and self enrichment but seek to liberate these United Kingdoms from the thrall of EU Diktat.


We demand the right to Democracy NOT the Hypocracy of bombing, shelling, shooting and slaughtering peoples of other Countries to force on them a form of democracy they do not want and which is denied the people of Britain.

We are currently killing people to force upon them a form of self determination as a fundamental human right under the UN Charter yet we ourselves are denied that freedom of self determination – We are lied to and undemocartically abused in denial of an IN/OUT Referendum on The EU on a level and fair playing field as PROMISED by all three Political Parties.

We wish Mike Mattrass, Nikki Sinclaire and Trevor Colman Good Luck in their new found freedom to act ethically untrammelled by Racism, anti Judaism and the criminality associated with Nigel Farage’s EFD Group.
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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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#0278* – Nikki SINCLAIRE of UKIP TAKEN SERIOUSLY NOW FREE of EFD GROUP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 08/02/2011

#0278* – Nikki SINCLAIRE of UKIP TAKEN SERIOUSLY NOW FREE of EFD GROUP!
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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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Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP one of UKIP’s 2 Remaining MEPs is TAKEN SERIOUSLY NOW She & Mike Nattrass MEP are FREE of The vile Pan EU Political EFD GROUP!!

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Hi,

it does seem like a busy week!

Tunisia flight from Brussels on Thursday – a series of meetings packed into 12 hour days and back to Brussels on Sunday evening via Geneva.

Monday in Brussels with Constituency work & then EU meetings and a Tunisia debrief in the evening!

Meet with one of the main high distribution Sunday papers Tuesday. Meetings in the EU and fly back to the Constituency office in the West Midlands for a staff briefing.

Home – fresh clothes catch up on correspondence and clearly post to blog.

Wednesday morning fly back to Brussels for more meetings and to finalise publication of the Tunisia report in a Brussels magazine. Then EUrostar to London to meet up with staff for a final briefing for Thursday and stay overnight with staff for an early start in Parliament Square.

But here is the outline Report on Tunisia from Sinclaire’s blog:
North Africa‘s First Revolution Very Fragile
Nikki Sinclaire MEP reports back on her visit to Tunisia.
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.
Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP & PM, Mohamed Ghannouchi of TUNISIA
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. Unfortunately a meeting that had been scheduled with the Minister of the Interior could not take place. We were also able to meet with the leaders of the major political forces. We were very 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 organisations, 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 utter despair that led a man, Mohamed Bouazizi on December 17th to burn himself to death. 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.

Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, President of Tunisia ...Image via Wikipedia
President Ben Ali
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 the former dictator 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.
Nikki SINCLAIRE & Lyadh Ben Achour Ch. TUNISIA Political Reform Commission 
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 as were others we met, 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.
Nikki SINCLAIRE at One of the many meetings at The Presidential Palace Tunisia. 
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 MEP (centre) with  two other MEP’s(left) on the official delegation to Tunisia gathering facts from two young Tunisians about their hope for the future of their country, its democracy and sovereignty

Ms Sinclaire MEP the British member of the official delegation to Tuinisia at the Ministry of Defence

With the Minister of Defence

With the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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#0275* – One of UKIP’s Two Remaining MEPs MAKES THE POINT FOR LEAVING On The BBC

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 08/02/2011

#0275* – One of UKIP’s Two Remaining MEPs MAKES THE POINT FOR LEAVING On The BBC!
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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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Nikki SINCLAIRE, One of UKIP’s Two Remaining MEPs
(together with Mike NATTRASS as the rest have sold out to racism & The EFD)
MAKES THE POINT FOR LEAVING On The BBC!!

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Hi,

here is a really good soundbite for leaving the EU:

Bob Brolley on BBC radio Coventry & Warwickshire.

Good for Ms. Sinclaire – time we redeemed our liberty, restored our democracy, reinstated our sovereignty, repatriated our governance and reintroduced justice.

Lets have a Referendum on In or Out of this malevolent, self serving, centralised undemocratic EU rip off that costs British tax payers £48 Million a DAY.

Lets save the money and start to pay off the £4.8 Trillion of debt incurred whilst in The EU – lets pay for ourselves not everyone else.

see: TheMidnightGroup.Blogspot.com

Nikki Sinclaire was in Tunisia yesterday as the only British MEP invited on the EU delegation where she was able to put the British case for democracy can not exist without Sovereignty and the people must be sovereign on an equal basis regardless of gender, ethnicity or creed.

I gather more will be available on this in the next day or two.

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#0271* – The EU Position on TUNISIA & EGYPT Featured Nikki SINCLAIRE & UKIP

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 03/02/2011

#0271* – The EU Position on TUNISIA & EGYPT Featured Nikki SINCLAIRE & UKIP!
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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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Baroness Ashton of Upholland, British politicianImage via Wikipedia

The EU Position on TUNISIA & EGYPT Featured Nikki SINCLAIRE MEP a Speaker & Delegate to Tunisia & UKIP in the guise of Gerard BATTEN for The EFD!!

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Hi,

Having listened to The Tunisia debate in The ridiculous EUropean so called Parliament tedious and ill informed as it largely was – It was rapidly noted that The EU was a Day late a EUro short and bereft of common sense with Baroness Ashton completely out of her depth and floundering, clearly reveilled by many of the speakers.

Most notable in terms of a Day Late the entire issue has moved on hugely before the debate even began and the situation in Egypt has seized center stage – today with Mubarrac’s thugs from the salary vote moved into central Cairo to create a beneficial crisis for Mubarrac’s forces to solve – it is clear despite the utterly stupid intervention of both La Ashton and even the idiotic posturing on CNN of Anthony Charles Lynton Blair the EU and Blair are just crassly wrong in their support of the corrupt dictatorships of North Africa.

One is forced to wonder if they find it impossible to side with ‘THE PEOPLE’ and institutionally imperative to support the dictatorship that denies the people the right of self determination, it being clear that they are, if not already, fast heading for the same problems, in that there is a limit as to how long peoples will suffer being forced to comply with the diktat of a central dictatorship be that in Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt or The EU – without the will and support of the people it is clear that such unelected regimes will fall – when it occurs in Britain may it be rapid and peaceful but I doubt it will be across the rest of dictatorial and undemocratic EU.

Baroness Ashton has been shown for the inept fool she is, gulping like a goldfish, whilst the evil self serving ineptitude of Tony Blair was plain for all to see on CNN where he showed himself yet again to be a dangerous fool.

Cohn Bendt highlighted the profligacy and the ineptitude of The EU wondering which of the dictators businesses and which of his family members had been best rewarded and funded with EU money. He went on to liken the handling of the matter in both Tunisia and Egypt to the catastrophic mishandling of the revolution in Iran when America so determinedly supported The Shah and Britain did little whilst it was France that harboured The Ayatolla* Khomeni and repatriated him!

Cohn Bendt took a 30 second question from a particularly gruesome Greek MEP Niki TZAVELA a  of Farage’s Pan EU Racist and anti Jewish EFD Group who clearly had little grasp of facts and less of history nor could she even remember who she was addressing a complete PawPaw – However Cohn Bendt most gentiley booted her into touch with great and practiced force!

Ms. Brand spoke eloquently of women in such regimes and advocated Baroness ashton concentrate on setting up a committee and conference on how best to both utilise and empower women in Islamic States – her clarity was almost humerous as she thus sidelined the idiotic and unelected ashton without realising how gravely she was insulting her by thus downgrading her to ‘Wimin’s Issues’!

Nikki Sinclaire managed to get a one minute slot at 17:20hrs. and commended Cohn Bendt for his highlighting of the failure of The EU, its unaccountable use of EU funds and she confirmed that as a delegate leaving for Tunisia the next morning, to aid in research towards an equitable outcome, she had asked for an accounting of in what way EU money had been spent to date – only to be informed it was invested in change to smooth the progress!

Full marks to Ms. Sinclaire, one of only two remaining honourable UKIP MEPs, that she refused to accept such a glib answer and pointed out it can not have been invested very wisely in view of the current debacle and could she have an exact accounting.

I do feel it may be a little sceptical of me but I feel hell may shortly be expected to freeze over in a plethora of global warming!

Nikki Sinclaire MEP Sole UK Rep On Tunisian Delegation
West Midland’s MEP, Nikki Sinclaire, is the only UK politician to have been chosen by the European Parliament to fly to Tunisia as part of an international delegation visiting the country this week. (From 3rd to 6th February 2011)

During the visit, they will assess the current political situation as well as hold talks with representatives of the country’s provisional government including prime minister, Mohamed Ghannouchi and members of the civil society.

Following the visit, the delegation will submit a report on both practical and financial ways for European countries to support Tunisia . Nikki also anticipates that she will be making several further visits to the country and is likely to attend as an observer when the next election is held.
Commenting on her involvement, Nikki Sinclaire said:
“The events we are witnessing in Tunisia and Egypt are on a par with the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Our priority must be to help and support the people as they struggle to create their new, peaceful democracies”.

” I work on the parliament’s Human Rights and Women’s Committees and so I am acutely aware of the challenges that these societies are facing. It is absolutely vital that the EU concentrates on the people, and their needs, and does not try to score political points at the expense of those who have suffered so much, and who are now fighting to build new futures. We must also respect Tunisian culture and traditions.”

2 February 2011
Nikki Sinclaire MEP asks the question “Where did all the EU Aid Money to Tunisia go?”


About Nikki Sinclaire MEP
Nikki was elected as one of the six MEPs from the West Midlands Region in the EU election of 4th June 2009.
“The UK should leave the EU and be governed by our own parliament in Westminster” Nikki says.
Nikki objects to the undue influence of Europe in the West Midlands Counties.
“It is wrong that 75% of our laws are made by the EU – laws that are often problematic for our industry, jobs and our infrastructure.” Nikki says
As a Member of the European Parliament Nikki is committed to using her time to campaign on issues affecting West Midlands people, from jobs and the environment to human rights.

Highlighting the waste and influence of the EU. Nikki says “The EU takes £40 million a day of our money – money better spent in this country, where we need it most, on our hospitals, on our schools and supporting our pensioners.”

Amongst the following speakers Gerard Batten of the Extremist and Racist EFD spoke soundly to the clear issue of similarity of The lack of democracy that had led to the uprising in Tunisia and Egypt and likened it to the likelihood of just such an uprising in Britain when the British people eventually refuse to be denied a right of self determination oppressed by The EU without a say as in Tunisia and Egypt.

A point well made but bereft of stature or gravitas as just another extremist in The EFD already shown for fools by the previous speaker his speech was completely lost – that Batten sabotaged it himself by turning around to a chum seeking approval with a wide grin on a matter of gravity totally negated his comment sadly – it was not followed.

Further speakers contributed, one even praising The EU for backing the various dictatorships and a British MEP spoke out seemingly in support of such support after it was made clear Blair had made a vile prune of himself on CNN – out of step with the Civilised world.

Sinclaire blue carded him and was granted 30 seconds in which she asked the MEP if he actually applauded Blair for his stance backing the Egyptian dictatorship and its oppresive rule? – The response was a study in prevarication and obfuscation.

I watched on for a prolonged period but the MEPs were so woefully ill informed that there was little to learn from their prattle and with Pottiger making a speech clearly designed to impress but based on little understanding and a clear lack of sympatico or empathy it looked like all down hill.

I fear The EU is likely to continue its stance of a Day Late and a Dollar Short with a completely incoherent and inept policy – we already see France, Germany and Britain making separate and somewhat contradictory official; statements.

That said, Nikki Sinclaire having been the ONLY Brit. invited on the 9 man delegation I feel her command of the brief and tenacity may well help the people in the long run – if for no other reason than that she has already made the point that for Tunisia to have any prospect of a meaningful democracy it must ensure it retains its Independent National Sovereignty as democracy without liberty is a sham – as the British peoples are finding out.

Would that Gerard Batten was rather less of a dweeb and had the moral fiber to stand on his own feet rather than being brow beaten into colluding with extremists, racists, xenophobes and anti Jewish and violently sexually intollerant EFD Group as he does – were he to have the ethics and moral fiber he might perhaps be taken a little more seriously.

Even Andrew Bronz of The BNP spoke more convincingly and was attended to more readily!

Good luck to Sinclaire who I understand is leaving in the morning to return for a debriefing on Monday as I gather from a member of the delegation.

Monday could prove interesting as I gather Mike Nattrass is being called before the utterly corrupt bunch of clowns and liars, boot lickers and parasites that form UKIP’s NEC – for he has been a very naughty boy and denounced the corruption of Nigel Farage and refused to aid The EFD by giving it the credibility of his sanction – clearly a wise and moral move.

It will be amusing to see the outcome – will he be sent to bed without his cocoa as to fail to remove all UKIP support and without withdrawing the whip and openly censuring him Farage will be fatally damaged in both the Employment Tribunal which his party was too incompetent to address (and they want to run a Party, let alone a Government!!!!).

More embarrassing and infinitely more costly than the £5-10,000 costs they have irrevocably incurred with the tribunal due to their incompetence they will have hugely damaged their position in The High Court Case where there is every probability of consequential damages being awarded and costs well in excess of £50K.

All because Farage & Pearson chose to bully and lie to drive Sinclaire out of UKIP believing no doubt that the idiot John* Ison would aid them by stealing documentation from Nikki Sinclaire’s offices and fomenting problems to ingratiate himself with the bufoon Paul Nuttall whilst seeking to dupe Nattrass and others.

I gather despite promises he found his new friends were not so wonderfull and although PUT on the disciplinary committee by way of reward he has not been made regional Organiser nor does it seem he can fast track himself to MEP and will find Jill Seymour is likely in any honest vote to top him by a mile on the candidate list at the next election.

There would seem to be little honour between friends to judge by the messages I have received that John Ison published and as for honour amongst theives I understand he has not even been rewarded with the 30 pieces of silver he was promised – I gather Farage’s lame excuse was that his party didn’t have 30 pieces of silver and could not afford this – yet another debt of honour.
It is interesting to note just how dishonourable UKIP is as it still has not honoured its debt to me as recorder via The British Courts and the honourable payment of £12.1/2K has been reneged on as has the egregious piece of filth Mark Croucher reneged in contempt of Court on the £8.1/2K he owes. Sordid people gathered in a sordid, corrupt, dishonourable and dishonest party conjoined in extremism with some of the most vile political scum in The EU.

As a last aside I gather a story I have been involved in is likely to materialise in The Sunday media with a good coverage and a follow up the next week so keep your fingers crossed for some ‘FUN

Sorry about the delay but we have been out for dinner with friends! I just didn’t have time to post it before we went!

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Hi – my English spelling is usually none too wonderfull as I rarely have time to re-read ‘stuff’ as I have a limited time and frankly only an ill mannered frustrated school marm would make an issue of it – actually checking this posting clearly my Arabic spelling is lamentable! I must say even with 2 bottles of wine and at 03:00hrs. Iatolla looked wrong at the time 😉 Fortunately only an idiot would have had a problem reading it and I never was paid as a secretary!

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* Sorry I must pay more attention I had just be doing an article about another worm Steven Milne related to The Hollie Greig ‘STORIES’ who hides behind the name John Taylor as his comments are also such self serving drivel he sends them anonymously under a false ID – a bit like the underhand dishonesty of John Ison – or was it Steven!
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