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Ukip Under An American Spotlight

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 15/01/2015

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Ukip Under An American Spotlight display they do not see themselves as others see them as their own focus is clearly the rose tinted self obsession of the challenged!

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I must say that seeking out how others see us is always an interesting excercise as it shows such a different view to that of either ones own view or the view put forward by those under analysis.

Perhaps this should be done far more often as not only would it tend to break the deeply incestuous beliefs of political parties and public service groups like the BBC, The Civil Service, The Military and the like – Not to mention the self proclaimed introspection of the Westminster Elite or those with self important roles for which they over pay themselves such as Councils and EU Assemblies.

It might even enlighten the blind in Britain, America and elsewhere who see some kind of merit in shooting and bombing people to force them into democracy in a model which we ourselves have failed to either standardise, codify or anywhere near perfect!

Britain’s Pat Buchanan Party

A less libertarian, more populist UKIP terrifies London’s elite.
By Timothy Stanley • January 15, 2015
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A fascinating thing about the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP): the worse its press, the better it does. In the run-up to the Clacton parliamentary by-election in October—a race to see whether defecting Tory MP Douglas Carswell would return to Parliament under UKIP’s banner—Matthew Parris of the Times devoted his column to ridiculing not just UKIP but its elderly supporters: “Clacton-on-Sea is a friendly resort trying not to die, inhabited by friendly people trying not to die.” UKIP won the election with nearly 60 percent of the vote. In the aftermath of November’s by-election in Rochester and Strood—which settled the fate of another Tory defector, Mark Reckless—the Guardian’s Nick Cohen described UKIP as “an alliance of the septic and the geriatric: a movement of the empty-headed led by the foul-minded.” Cohen concluded that while the party wasn’t quite fascist, it certainly played with racism. In which case, there must be an awful lot of closet Nazis in Rochester because UKIP had just won the seat with 42 percent of the vote.

The sheer disgust that many liberals direct at UKIP reflects the fact that Britain is undergoing a culture war. On the side of ordinary folk with old-fashioned tastes is UKIP. Pitched against them is the entire edifice of the metropolitan elite located in the nicer bits of London: the mainstream parties, big business, and the media. That this battle is taking place is no shock to anyone with eyes and ears. But that UKIP has become the people’s party is a real surprise, considering its beginnings on the marginal, eccentric right.

UKIP was founded in 1993 by academic Alan Sked. He intended the party to be a broad vehicle for opposition to Britain’s membership in the European Union—a cause that has long attracted people from the right and left. The right attacks the EU’s infringement of sovereignty, whereas the left regards it as an effort to impose free-market capitalism from above. But while Sked hoped to create some grand coalition of the high-minded, the early party quickly became a bolt hole for ex-Conservative Party members concerned with what they saw as growing softness within Torydom. Sked quit as leader shortly after the 1997 general election that swept the Labour Party to power. UKIP, he said, had become “infected by the far-right.” He called its new leader, Nigel Farage, “a dimwitted racist.”

Nevertheless, the conditions of the 2000s were the perfect incubator for UKIP’s politics of anxiety. British household debt more than quadrupled since 1990, pockets of poverty festered, and new issues emerged that liberals did not want to discuss in front of the children. The government signed a treaty with the EU that opened Britain’s markets to East European immigrants. Labour predicted that just 13,000 would arrive. The actual number was more than one million. While all this was going on, politicians were engaged in a race to the center. Labour abandoned its old economic socialism, and the Tories became more socially tolerant.

The result was that when the credit crunch hit in 2008, all the parties looked eerily similar, and any voter who wanted serious reform of the system had few options within the mainstream. The Conservative Party won the 2010 election, with enough seats to form a coalition government, on the strength that it wasn’t the Labour Party—but it lacked broad-based popular support or the enthusiasm of its restive right-wing base. One of Prime Minister David Cameron’s first priorities was to legalize gay marriage.

UKIP took a long time to exploit this situation effectively. In 2004, it placed third in elections for the European parliament on a quit-the-EU platform; in 2009, UKIP came second. The party was definitively, maybe crazily, right-wing. Its manifesto was Thatcherite, with a prominent libertarian streak: no gay marriage, but perhaps some decriminalization of drugs and a hearty endorsement of flatter taxes and smaller government. Had more people read and understood the manifesto, they might never have voted for it—but it had a great salesman in Nigel Farage, party leader, but for a brief hiatus, since 2006. Farage smokes unashamedly, drinks thirstily, has an eye for feminine pulchritude, and is at home talking politics with the man down the pub. To meet him is to instantly like him—if you like that sort of thing. To centrist politicians raised on a puritan diet of political correctness, he is like some horror from the mummy’s tomb. But to those who wear a hangover with pride, Farage is a tonic to politics as usual.

Farage’s populism helped UKIP reach out to working-class voters who typically stuck with the left. All the time that journalists—such as myself—were characterizing UKIP as the part of the wealthy country-club set, the party was quietly capitalizing upon the growing sense that Labour had lost its soul. Two urban myths appeared to confirm the death of the left: it is commonly said that half of Labour’s membership lives in London and that half is composed of state school teachers. These statistics are based upon leaks and rumors rather than concrete facts, but they paint a picture that fits with the prejudices of voters who have come to identify less and less with socialism and more and more with Farage’s sociability. In 2014, UKIP placed first in the European elections and, for the first time, ate greedily into Labour’s vote. thisarticleappeared-janfeb15

At this point, the party changed. UKIP was always torn between those who saw it as an anti-European pressure group, trying to move Britain to the right without ever taking power, and those who wanted it to emerge as a serious party capable of winning seats on a platform that would ally the socially conservative middle class and the economically blighted working class. In the wake of its victory in Labour areas during the European elections, the party embraced the latter, more populist strategy. The old manifesto was dropped in favor of offering something to everyone who felt locked out of mainstream politics: protection of the National Health Service, the promise of lower taxes, withdrawal from the EU and, crucially, a new emphasis upon reducing European immigration. UKIP insists that it simply wants to create a more level playing field, ending the bias towards unskilled European immigration and welcoming skilled workers from the rest of the world. But on the campaign trail it is obvious what voters have interpreted this new political direction to mean: UKIP will safeguard your job by closing the borders.

Comparisons with American populist presidential candidates are striking. Figures like Pat Buchanan—who in 1992 and 1996 wanted to outlaw abortion and build a border fence, while also protecting American businesses with trade barriers—are accused of philosophical inconsistency by those who just didn’t get their appeal. Yet this mix of left- and right-wing ideas makes perfect sense if you see yourself as the representative not of an ideological tradition but of a particular constituency—the constituency of people who once had something but who feel they’ve lost it, and they want it back.

It is often said, with little proof, that UKIP voters want to turn Britain back to the 1950s. To which one has to ask, “And why not?” Who wouldn’t want to return to an era of world power, mass church attendance, and jobs for life? Speaking to voters in both Clacton and Rochester, I was struck by the narrative of decline. In Clacton, one woman told me that because of mass immigration it was impossible for young people to get low-skilled jobs anymore—so they hit the bottle, did drugs, went on benefits, or fled to London. Once upon a time, Clacton was a thriving seaside town. Now the glamour is faded; the pier is empty, the amusement rides stand silent.

Things were also grim in Rochester, where the hospital has for years been stuck in special measures (a notice of failed performance) and the visitor is struck by the sense of post-industrial decay. Sitting with UKIP’s candidate on a park bench in front of the breezy Medway River, I was told that in fact the constituency enjoyed falling crime and rising employment. But that statistical evidence is eclipsed by the bigger truth that large swathes of Britain are ignored by the powerful. Politics, culture, and finance are London-centric. People trying to build lives and do jobs in the provinces have adopted the weary, abused look of all those sad districts governed by the chichi Capitol in The Hunger Games.

That said, don’t expect UKIP to form the next government. In Britain’s first-past-the-post electoral system the recipient of the most votes wins the constituency, which means having to gain margins of around 40 percent to win any seat—a tall order for a party used to getting just 3 percent. There are only about six seats that UKIP are fairly confident of exploiting the divisions between the main parties to win. And even if they found themselves enjoying a significant representation in a hung parliament after next year’s elections, establishment leaders would rather ally with the devil than invite Farage’s party into a coalition government.

Therein lies UKIP’s problem: it has a ceiling to its support that is defined by popular perceptions of its respectability. Polls show that the number of voters who admire the party is dwarfed by those who strongly dislike it. In some parts of the country, it is toxic. When Nigel Farage visited Scotland during its recent independence campaign, he was booed, threatened, and forced to hide out in a pub—which may have been a blessing in disguise. Paradoxically, while the rise of UKIP has illustrated the failure of mainstream politics, its limited success has demonstrated the establishment’s stubborn resilience. UKIP, like Buchanan-style populism, has probably gone as far as it can go. The establishment, in turn, has been squeezed as far as it will permit its own humiliation. All the money, the power, the influence, and, critically, the electoral system itself, still favor the status quo.

What UKIP can do is chip away at enough of the support of the Conservatives and Labour to force them to change their policies. It is generally thought that UKIP could cost David Cameron the next election by denying him majorities in dozens of seats. The smarter Tories acknowledge this and are urging a return to red-meat conservative policies. If the UKIP experience has a global message for the right, it is that while the base might often seem an electoral liability, elections are usually impossible to win without it. In an age when all politics are loathed equally by the voters, the ability to generate enthusiasm among a dwindling band of true believers suddenly counts for a great deal.

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Ukip Wades Ever Deeper Into Their Own Ordure

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 09/12/2014

Ukip Wades Ever Deeper Into Their Own Ordure
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Ukip Wades Ever Deeper Into Their Own Ordure as increasingly being established and reported by the media.
We note Ukip has now been forced to suspend their own returning officer Roger Bird who engineered the coronation of Nigel Farage as leader, as with the proven corrupt liar Douglas Denny before him!

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in the light of the article below surely it is not unreasonable to ask are the British police out of control and acting AGAINST the very people they are paid to and have taken vows to serve. Their abuse of powers are redollent of those of enforcers of an occupying army.
A view that it is all to easy to believe not just in view of their efforts to suppress legitimate journalism and acceptable efforts to check the veracity of stories, of which the media become aware, but also these abuses by the police incline to give credibility to allegations that they are acting corruptly to protect public figures whom they may wish to support to suit their own political agenda, even falsifying evidence and subourning, maybe even colluding with, corrupted CPS individuals and court personnel.
As the article below shows it was confirmed some weeks ago that police were investigating criminal actions of Annabelle Fuller who has admitted to the theft of a ‘Blackberry’ phone device, confidential correspondence and a House of Commons pass from the MP Andrew Bridgen, who it is understood from a sworn statement by then director of PR for Ukip, Patrick O’Flynn, that Annabelle Fuller had identified Andrew Bridgen at a pub in Westminster, thus seemingly targetting him!
It is also understood that Annabelle Fuller twice called Nigel Farage from the flat of Andrew Bridgen in the early hours of the morning.
Despite the admission of theft and its very clear implications in terms of security as Andrew Bridgen was an MP and unlawful possesion of a House of Commons can only be seen as a matter of National security one wonders why the police have failed, after many months, to sequester Annabelle Fuller’s and Nigel Farage’s phones and Annabelle Fuller’s computers and make the appropriate arrests!
It would seem that Annabelle Fuller only made mention of her claimed allegations of assault AFTER she was found absconding from Andrew Bridgen’s appartment with his property, which she has admitted she deliberately stole! The time line and her claim do seem to make her claim far from plausible!
I appreciate that in both the case of Gerard Batten’s claims and those of Annabelle Fuller there is every possibility that corrupt police officers were involved in both the cover up and the prosecution of jasna Badzak even it may well be the case in the allegations against Ukip’s ex member and MEP Nikki Sinclaire where not only are there similarities in the claims of Ukip but also some overlap of police and CPS personnel, rendering charges likely to be unsound.
I accept that many may see these allegations as fanciful however study the facts!
Major National Press both broadsheets and red tops have carried details of the facts and clearly they would not have done so unless they were not only convinced of their veracity but had adequate provenance of their veracity to satisfy their, nowadays overly cautious post Leverson, lawyers that the facts would be sustainable in a Court of Law.
Also consider that Ukip has a reputation for bullying and being letigious having used Mssrs. Carter Ruck on  numerous occasions to suppress adverse stories about them – be assured that had Gerard Batten, Nigel Farage or even his doxy Annabelle Fuller and Ukip ANY grounds for complaint they would have immediately slapped injunctions on the media.
That the police may have colluded in criminality should surprise no one – consider howmany people they have shot on the streets of Britain or otherwise killed and the staggering lack of prosecutions. Even in contempt of all sensibilities, in a country whose politicians have voted NOT to use a death penalty for any offence police have frequently murdered citizens and consider the murder of Charles de Menenez where the officer who shot him numerous time whilst he was firmly held down by other officers wwas sent on holiday in Spain until a story had been unrolled to try to justify the murder and the incompetent officer in charge Cressida Dick was promoted and now some time later has taken up a responsible and well paid role at the Home Office!
Yes corruption is from time to time prevallent in the police considerr The Countryman Enquiry into the Met., the false conviction of the Guildford 4 or the Birmingham Six – there are many such cases.
Consider the lies and corruption of police officers and the Police Federation in the Andrew Mitchel ‘plebgate’ affair.
That Ukip would willingly collude in dishonesty is a proven fact as with Gerard Batten’s previous efforts to corrupt the course of justice and efforts at harassment and intimidation, not to mention his overt actions to seemingly incite racial hatred based up[on his personal superstitions. As for Annabelle Fuller who has form as a liar and the linguistic turn of phrase of a garbage can willing to mock and abuse to suit her needs – even stooping to the level of dishonest self publicity and direct breaking of law embroilling both Ukip and Nigel Farage in lies to support her.
Is there ANY reason to believe that the likes of Annabelle Fuller, Nigel Farage, Mark Croucher, Hermann Kelly and the like would not willingly lie and bear false witness? Just as Ukip’s leadership team have so willingly corrupted and rigged selection processes and elections for their own personal gain.
Consider the facts in the article below:
  • Former UKIP press officer served with order after speaking to MoS
  • Discussions related to allegations woman associated with Nigel Farage falsely accused Tory MP of sexual assault
  • Order said the woman had recieved “numerous” phone calls and emails from MoS as a result
  • Sunday Times and Independent journalists also reported this weekend to have been warned off separate UKIP story

A former UKIP press officer was served with a “Prevention of Harassment” letter by the Metropolitan Police for speaking to a Mail on Sunday journalist.

The newspaper reported last month that UKIP leader Nigel Farage was facing questions from the Met over claims that a woman alleged to be his former lover, Annabelle Fuller, falsely accused Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen of sexual assault.

Political correspondent Glen Owen called UKIP press officer Jasna Badzak about this story, which he had been told about by a different source.

Badzak was then issued with a “Prevention of Harassment” order by the Met’s Detective Sergeant Gordon McKay.

This was produced on the grounds that Fuller had received “numerous phone calls and emails” from reporter Owen. He revealed in yesterday’s Mail on Sunday that he sent Fuller three emails to clarify the details of his story.

The order, seen by Press Gazette, was issued because of Badzak “providing information to journalist Glen Owen of a false nature leading to victim Annabell [sic] Fuller being subjected to numerous phone calls + e-mails”.

Despite the information being described as “false”, The Mail on Sunday reports that police are investigating the claims.

Earlier this year, Press Gazette reported how Croydon Advertiser reporter Gareth Davies was served with a similar anti-harassment order over his investigations into a convicted fraudster. The woman he was investigating has since been convicted and sent to prison.

Badzak is reported by the newspaper to have given police details of messages exchanged between her and Fuller, who she alleges had falsely implicated MP Bridgen.

The Mail on Sunday condemned the intervention as “crossing the line”.

The newspaper’s editorial said: “Unwarranted state power flourishes where there is too little restraint on it. The weakening of the free press by the Leveson investigation has encouraged the police to behave in ways they would never have dreamt of before.

“Not content with employing anti-terror laws to search through journalists’ phone records, they are using anti-stalker legislation to interfere with legitimate reporting. 

“If these power-grabs succeed, we will all suffer as our society becomes less open, and scandals go unrevealed and uncorrected. 

“The public and politicians alike should recall that newspapers, for all their faults, are one of the pillars of our liberty.”

The Met said: “On 1 November, police received an allegation of harassment which was looked at and the information assessed.

“On 15 November, a 43-year old woman was issued with a 1st Instance Harassment Warning.“

Also this weekend, The Times reported that journalists from The Sunday Times and Independent were emailed by a detective constable and warned against publishing articles “deemed to be untruthful and concerning” a UKIP politician. These allegations also relate to Badzak.

The Times reports that Detective Constable Tony Holden emailed reporters after they contacted MEP Gerard Batten over his alleged links to “far-right political organisations and proposed anti-Muslim policies, including banning halal meat”.

Holden warned that any articles linked to Batten’s former employee Badzak, who was waiting trial for fraud at the time, “may result in further arrests being made”. He copied in Batten’s personal email and asked that the journalists “thoroughly check the sources of the information, prior to contacting either Mr Batten or going to press”.

Badzak was convicted of fraud in October last year after a jury found she had doctored a bank statement and borrowed £3,000 from Batten after saying she had not been paid by the European parliament.

A Met spokesman said: “On 25 April 2014, a woman made a number of complaints against MPS police officers.

“The complainant alleges that four officers and one ex-officer, committed misconduct during the course of an investigation(s).

“The complaints relate to a detective inspector, two detective sergeants and two detective constables.

“The matter is currently being investigated by the Directorate of Professional Standards.

“The investigation continues.”

Former Conservative MP Louise Mensch is understood to have submitted two criminal complaints to the Met over the alleged conduct of officers in these cases.

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>GP – RN: A Personalised Example Of Ukip’s Endemic Corruption

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 03/12/2014

>GP – RN: A Personalised Example Of Ukip’s Endemic Corruption
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>GP – RN: Richard North gives A Personalised Example Of Ukip’s Endemic Corruption and shows just how long and how widely the corruption has existed in Ukip.

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further to m,y post regarding this widely covered presentation of Ukip’s endemic corruption CLICK HERE, which was in both the blogosphere and the legacy media,
Richard North has shown there is nothing new about this Ukip corruption of basic democratic principles and their unethical rigging of selection processes and elections, both internally as a party and thus corrupting UK elections, North has given details of his own direct experience and then the desperate and dishonest efforts of Ukip to try to belittle and denigrate his factual reporting of such matters.
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The trouble with doing reviews of Times pieces is that they are behind the paywall, so you can’t just link to them and rely on the reader to click-through to get the details, thereby only having to publish the bare bones of the story. You have to post virtually the whole thing, which sometimes means giving more emphasis to a story than it merits.

This would have been the case with this not very important story, albeit on the front page (above). It’s about UKIP rigging their own selection procedures for MEP candidates. Fortunately, though, the Independent has run it, which means I don’t have to go into the detail.

The reason I needed to mention it at all is to make a quick point, as part of a more general piece about Ukip, correcting what appears to be a standard attack briefing that party supporters use to libel me on comment threads, in a usually forlorn attempt at character assassination.

The claim is made that I resigned the party “before I was pushed”, after the election of Godfrey Bloom as Yorkshire Region MEP in 2004. To stop this falsehood spreading it, I have to rebut it. In fact, I resigned in 2003, in protest at the way the selection procedure had been rigged, and the way Farage, with the complicity of David Lott, then party chairman, quite deliberately blocked the appeal which could have set aside this selection and put me in pole position.

It is the case, therefore, that Ukip has been rigging its selection processes for many years, which partly explains why so many of the current batch of MEPs are such dross. Any such assertion from me, though, brings forward the accusation that I hold a “grudge” against The Dear Leader – so it is useful to have the legacy media detail other examples of rigged selection – doubtless because it too has a “grudge”.

Actually, no one who knows me would ever suggest that I had such a base relationship with a man with whom I shared a desk for four years, and for whom I wrote speeches. Life is far too short. And even if I had become a Ukip MEP, I would almost certainly have resigned over the embarrassing Kilroy debacle, so the past hasn’t been changed that much. Right now, I would still be out on my own.

Rather than a grudge, what I do have is the most profound contempt for Farage – the calm, icy sort. Any passion has long gone. And that’s actually a very different thing. Outside the cult, his incompetence, dishonesty and other less than savoury personal attributes do not really support any other view, but above all else, his attempts actively to block policy development have to be the most important reasons for regarding him in such an unfavourable light.

Overall, this “rolling dysfunction” is holding back the party and threatens to bring down the entire anti-EU movement. An example of the immediate effects are picked up by Dr Eric Edmund, a perceptive critic of Ukip and its leader. He links to yet another train-wreck interview, this one with current chairman, Steve Crowther, graphically illustrating the policy chaos that exists within the party.

This is chaos which intensifies by the hour, after Farage disowned a policy on camera, despite it having been minted by deputy leader Nutall at the Doncaster conference in September – of which Farage was apparently unaware. That left him to admit he had “misspoken“, after being forced to acknowledge that the policy on sex education remained party policy.

However, frequenting – as one does – the occasional comment thread, I recently had my own personal epiphany, coming to the realisation that Ukip’s root problem is that its people don’t even understand what policy is. Even with the benefit of a thoroughly-grounded seminar in the principles of policy-making, I asserted, they wouldn’t understand what they were being told, much less be able to put it into practice.

What, in essence, the party is producing is a list of aspirations rather than policies. The core failure is the lack of any connection between what they want to happen, and the means of making those things happen, in such a way that one can be assured that the outcomes are deliverable. This confusion between aspiration and policy means that the party can never progress to a state of coherence.

Party supporters, on the other hand (and not entirely unreasonably), point to the similar inadequacies of the established parties. But this simply highlights the further failure to understand the nature of politics. It is for the challengers, with no track record, to demonstrate their capabilities. Conventionally, this is done through the mechanism of policy statements – something which Ukip has so far failed to do.

Over the months to come, this failing will become increasingly evident, as Mr Cameron unveils his “play”, with which he seeks to undermine and eventually destroy the upstart. Putting together a series of technical measures, complete with some theatrical contrast provided by apparently obstructive Poles, he will attempt to do this by delivering a policy which shows that he has the potential to control immigration from within the EU.

On the other hand, Ukip – despite making immigration its core issue, eliding it with its anti-EU sentiment – has failed yet to deliver a credible (or any) policy on how it would control immigration from outwith the EU.

It has failed in this context to realise that “controlling our borders” is not a policy, per se, but an aspiration – and a wholly unrealistic one at that. As long as the UK admits 34 million visitors to this country each year – the majority without visas – it has effectively ceded perimeter control, the system then relying on other layers and stratagems.

The party might be better off calling for control over immigration policy. That is an altogether more realistic and focused aspiration than “controlling and managing our borders”, which it currently tells us it would seek to do. The act or process of “controlling and managing” is exactly that – an act or process – a means to an end. In policy terms, it is meaningless without declared objective and then the detail of how the controlling and managing would be done.

Nor indeed does it help having Ukip telling us that: “We will extend to EU citizens the existing points-based system for time-limited work permits”. That does not begin to constitute a policy. Nor even is it, in itself, a component of a policy.

To have the makings of a policy, the putative policy would have to be directed to, and linked with, a specific objective or outcome. It would then have to be couched in such terms as to make it clear that it could contribute to the declared objective – whatever that might be. Any system or process, as such, is blind – and has as much a capability to obstruct as support any particular policy line.

But where the real policy wonks play is in co-ordination – the thing known more commonly as “joined up policy”. The “perfect” policy is one thing, but can get a little bit raggy when you have to take other considerations into account. For instance, you might well come up with the best in highly-polished defence policies, only to have it fall apart when your foreign policy delivers you enemies you didn’t want, didn’t expect and can’t fight – a bit like UK policy really.

Here, the rank amateurism of Ukip comes to the fore, best evident when one reads that: “UKIP would not seek to remain in the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) or European Economic Area (EEA) while those treaties maintain a principle of free movement of labour, which prevents the UK managing its own borders”.

Now here one must recall that Ukip hasn’t actually declared what it is trying to achieve, and we also know that “managing” borders is not a policy as such, but a process. So we end up with a political party that is prepared to ditch a proven and workable trade relationship because it interrupts an indeterminate process aimed at an undefined effect, with no specified outcome.

In this event, we are open to the suggestion that Ukip may be well-motivated and be seeking a desirable outcome. But since the party has neither defined its preferred outcome nor any credible means by which it might achieve it, we can be excused from accepting that it has any policies.

Meanwhile, we can see Mr Cameron’s policy being rolled out, the overall objective undeclared but loosely translated as “stuff Ukip”. Helping in this noble endeavour are his allies who are talking down immigration. They are also rubbishing the “Norway option”, something they have in common with Ukip – which must tell you something.

Meanwhile, we have the entertaining prospect of theatrical Poles, providing the backcloth for Mr Cameron’s stunning victory to come. The harder he has to battle, the better and more convincing he will look.

If Ukip had policies, of course, it would be easier to assess Mr Cameron’s games, by reference to what Ukip had on offer. One would simply compare what is with what could be. That’s the way politics is supposed to work. Poor Ukip, though, hasn’t discovered this yet – and Farage never will. If his party grows up, things might be different but, for the moment, contempt seems in order for the Peter Pan of politics.

Richard North 03/12/2014

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Farage’s Abuse of Tax Payers’ Money Hugely Damaging to UKIP

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Nigel Farage’s Abuse of Tax Payers’ Money Hugely Damaging to UKIP & do NOT forget that the Westminster sleaze & scandal over expenses was in fact over abuse of Allowances or to be more specific ‘Secondary Allowances’ – Yet Farage splits hairs over how his tax payer funded £Millions are invested and abused, in total hypocricy!

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Nigel Farage has claimed he spent almost £60,000 in “missing” allowances on campaigning to leave the European Union, in an apparent breach of EU rules.
The Ukip leader has come under pressure after The Times revealedthat he claimed to have spent almost £60,000 on upkeep for a constituency office provided by supporters rent-free. The sum does not include expenditure on office equipment, stationery, staff salaries or phone bills.
Mr Farage has failed to fully explain how he spent the money for more than a week and also faced questions over nearly £300,000 which was paid out of his local branch as unexplained “other costs”. Former party insiders have alleged that he repeatedly blocked or silenced their efforts to inquire into the party’s finances. Ukip responded by publishing on its website a list of journalists from The Times which, it said, had links to the Conservative party.
Mr Farage spent several hours yesterday giving interviews to the media, but declined to speak to this newspaper. Party aides said the paper had not been “even-handed”.
Mr Farage told a Times reporter: “You should be ashamed of yourself.”
Pushed to explain how he could have spent £15,500 a year since 2009 on insurance, utilities and business rates for a small office near Bognor Regis as he had claimed, Mr Farage said: “I would like to abolish the allowances system.” Asked again where the money had gone, he replied: “Campaigning against British membership of the EU.”
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In complete disregard for the promises Nigel farage made on live media (Meridian TV) to get himself elected when he promised he nor anyone in UKIP who was elected would employ family members!
Of course some £30K a year of tax payers’ money goes here:
and even more tax payers’ cash is spent on others in his stable:
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The Huffington Post takes on the issue with perhaps more humour than The Times as they co-operate with The Police as are The Guardian in aiding Police and HMRC in inquiries!

Nigel Farage Gets Hundreds Of Brits Applying To Be His Assistant

Posted: 23/04/2014 10:43 BST

Hundreds of British workers have come forward to challenge Nigel Farage’s claim that only his German wife is capable of doing the job of being his assistant, an employment agency has said.

The Ukip leader was forced to defend the decision to employ his non-UK spouse at the same time as launching a poster campaign warning that unemployed Europeans were “after” people’s jobs in this country.

He told the BBC that “nobody else could do that job”, earning “a very modest salary for working extremely unsociable hours for me and being available up to seven days a week”.

But a fake advert for a similar role placed by the agency on its website attracted 764 applications in just 12 hours – 649 of them from UK nationals.

Headed “PA Wanted For Top European Politician”, it stipulated that applicants “must be able to work long and some unsociable hours up to seven days a week” and described the pay as “modest”.

It identified the employer as Ukip, which it described as “a Eurosceptic right-wing populist political party in the United Kingdom”.

Rhys Maddock, director of Xpat Jobs, said: “With our knowledge of the UK and European employment market, we just knew that what Farage was saying was not true.

“There are lots of highly-qualified PAs looking for work and many would jump at the chance to work for a politician such as Farage, perhaps seeing it as a stepping stone to a similar role with MPs or ministers.

“They would definitely be willing to put the long hours in, although they may want to change the sleeping arrangements that go with the current post.”

Some applications also came in from Poles, Romanians and Germans interested in the role.

The firm said it would pass on the best 25 CVs to Mr Farage.

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Farage & His Cult Followers Have Seemingly Stolen Huge Sums!

Posted by Greg Lance - Watkins (Greg_L-W) on 18/04/2014

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Farage & His Cult Followers Have Seemingly Stolen Huge Sums!
Clearly 100s of £1,000s are involved and maybe as much as £Millions seem unaccounted!

The only way to clean-up the Augian Stable is throw UKIP’s books open to third party forensic accounting – IF as Farage claims there is nothing to hide then don’t hide it!

 

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whether it is the politically inept, the utterly naiive, the gullible supporter or the criminal it does seem likely this will be one time when they are in complete agreement as they seek to peddle the crass conspiracy theory that UKIP are being picked on because they are threatening the ‘establishment’.

It seems both the corrupt and the foolish have failed to realise, or at least accept, that as I predicted years ago, UKIP’s greatest danger was to come as Farage’s cult received more publicity it was bound to find it came under ever increasing scrutiny.

Indeed:

‘The higher up the tree the monkey climbs the more you see its Rse’!

Nigel Farage may well not yet realise it but from here on in he will find his finances are increasingly under scrutiny.

 

UKIP would be we ll advised to throw open its books NOW whilst it still has a bit of choice left, there will be no end now to the mistrust and no amount of lies and bluster will now put the problem to bed. That Nigel Farage like any sociopath will be happy to lie and bully he has proved his word is worthless – IF he incurred a £3,000 electricity bill it should be easy to produce the receipt but without it he is just another political liar!

 

You may well have noted how Farage tries to differentiate between expenses fiddled and allowances abused – since he gave no quarter over this self same differentiate in his pursuit and attacks on MPs he deserves no quarter now he seeks dishonestly to obfuscate the issue.

It does look as if Nigel Farage is bleating having been caught with his hand stuck in the cookie jar (I feel another monkey analogy coming on!)

Nigel Farage was baying for the blood of Maria Miller,  just a few days ago, after she had been cleared of criminality but asked to repay £4,800 – yet it does look all to like 10s of £1,000 are missing under Nigel Farage’s watch!

This will become a running sore from which Nigel Farage may find his hope for success bleed to death, whether he like his fellow MEPs follows them to prison for his dishonesty, a event which even with Farage’s undeniable support he was unable to keep his colleague Tom Wise out of prison.

There seems little doubt that in hubris and arrogance Nigel Farage has overseen a process of industrial abuse of tax payers’ money and the fact that by bending the rules great sums could be stolen behind a shelter of obfusscation may seem to mittigate the £Millions missing – the criminality of such unethical behaviour is beyond acceptability.

The amounts of money that have gone missing would indicate Farage will or at least should face criminal prosecution together with those who colluded with him, prosecution which should lead to a custodial sentence of notable and exemplary duration when you realise Tom Wise was sentenced to 2 years for stealing only £36K under Farage’s supportive oversight!

Open books to auditors,

former ally urges Farage

Godfrey Bloom
Godfrey Bloom said he would insist on an investigation
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Godfrey Bloom said he would insist on an investigation Richard Pohle/The Times
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Nigel Farage’s former flatmate has urged him to open his books to inspectors after his failure to explain what happened to almost £60,000 in “missing” EU allowances.
Godfrey Bloom, who was one of the Ukip leader’s closest political allies and shared a flat with him in Brussels, said it was “perfectly fair” for Mr Farage to allow auditors to examine his Europeanparliamentary funds.

He said: “If I were Nigel I’ll tell you what I’d do — I would insist on an investigation by Olaf [the EU anti-fraud investigators] in order to clear my name and I think that would probably be the route he’ll go.”


Mr Bloom, 64, who was kicked out of Ukip after calling a group of women “sluts” last September, said that reports in The Times about the party’s use of European funding and party donations were damaging.


On Tuesday, this newspaper revealed that Mr Farage faces an investigation into almost £60,000 in “missing” EU allowances paid into his personal bank account since 2009, which he claimed to have spent on overheads for a rent-free office near Bognor Regis. Mr Farage said his electricity bills amounted to £3,000 a year but he has not accounted for the rest of the money.


A former Ukip official has made a formal complaint to Olaf, which is deciding whether to investigate.


Mr Bloom said: “I think perhaps this is always going to happen when you have such an absurd situation when there is no requirement for any serious audit with what is quite a significant amount of money.”


He said he ran a “different system” and was always open to “any independent audit from any forensic accountant who wants to come and investigate my books and income”.


Referring to a video that emerged last year in which he criticised Britain for sending aid to “Bongo Bongo Land”, Mr Bloom, an MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, added: “I know my c**k’s always in the custard for saying Bongo Land or something but there’s never the slightest question of me behaving in a [financially improper] way and that’s something I value.”


Mr Bloom called for the EU to introduce a new requirement for MEPs to submit to a full independent audit at the end of their five-year term. “I think that’s perfectly reasonable and rational,” he said.


On Wednesday, Mr Farage failed to vote to reform Europe’s lucrative allowance system after previously stating that such payments were not “morally right”. The Ukip leader had signed into the Strasbourg parliament collecting a €304 (£250) daily subsistence payment.


A spokesman for Mr Farage said that he had “a close family member who was seriously ill and consequently travelled back home a bit earlier than originally planned”. He did not respond to questions asking which way Mr Farage would have voted.


Five other Ukip MEPs voted in favour of the resolution, which calls for “light touch arrangements to ensure that the general expenditure allowance is used for the purpose intended and cannot provide a supplementary private income for members”.


Every MEP currently receives a general allowance of €4,299 a month for running offices and other constituency work in their own countries. They do not need to provide any receipts to justify their spending, leaving the system open to abuse. Mr Farage said that he wanted to “end these allowances” after articles in The Times this week.


“Is it morally right that these institutions in Brussels use up such vast amounts of British taxpayers’ money? No of course it’s not, and that’s why I’m one of the few MEPs that would be the turkey that would vote for Christmas,” Mr Farage told the BBC.


Ukip has faced growing questions over its financial practices after six former officials came forward to allege that their attempts to inquire into the party’s finances were blocked.


Lord Tebbit, the former chairman of the Conservative party, said that Mr Farage must learn to expect greater scrutiny over his finances after joining the “big league” of British politics.

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Farage as An Out Take from Alan Bullock?

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one has to wonder if The Times lampoon of Farage is of Saint Farage with his halo of light or merely an out-take of Alan Bullock’s ‘A Study In Tyranny’!

 

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It is sad to note the many similarities of Farage’s efforts to be taken seriously.

The opportunities are not dissimilar when one considers ‘Guns before butter’ relative to rejection of the imposition of The EU as with the imposition of the terms of The Versailles Treaty!

Selection of a minority on whom to lay blame for our country’s woes also strickes some chords.

Some may recal a strutting little man with a claque of bully boys and bigots gate crashing Hindenberg’s Parliament, the comment from Farage’s chosen one the vile pervert and liar responsible for PR & spin who has stated:

‘‘James, my fault but I told the [Evening] Standard that Nigel would be arriving at approx. 10.30 this morning. They have called and I expect a snapper and a female journalist (of some form of ethnic extraction) at Piccadilly.’

The witch hunts, lies and engineering of Farage’s NEC & candidate selection rigging has much in common with earlier events of The Reichstag Fire and the vilification of those who do not bow down and worship the jackanapes is all too redolent of Crystal Nacht.

Some may recall the perversion and misogynistic abuse of women in Germany leading to the suicide of one young mistress and the provision of another, as women were exploited as breeding machines in a Eugenics programme!

Even the ‘use’ of women merely for entertainment and self gratification and the efforts to exterminate homosexuals and Gypsies, actions currently ameliorated, of course, but none the less notable amongst the leadership clique, their claque and the rank and file, with no efforts to curtail or control it.

Alliances were drawn with the most odious in politics and extremism was a part of the power play, one wuld of course be fair in likening that to Farage’s creation and leadership of The EFD Group and the association with such as Marinne LePen, The EDL and other exctreme and odious factions cossied up to by members of UKIP’s leadership.

You may also recall the punishing schedule of flights and dashing around Germany from rally to rally, with a good turn of phrase and the attributes of a showman that led to the hapless Hitler seizing control of the German Government, having all but bankrupt his party in the first round of the election.

Indeed you may have noticed the rebuke of the outdated style of Bill Cash and the claims that politics has moved on:

To Quote:
‘I have to say Bill, and I hate to say this, but listening to you this afternoon I’ve realised that you are a hopelessly, out of date tribal politician who has not recognised that British politics has fundamentally changed.

‘To ask me, to support a party lead by Mr Cameron, in order we can get back our national independence. You’ve got to do rather better than that.‘


just as was the bullying and attempts at public humiliation of Hindenberg carried out.

The economics of the Weimar Republic in those days were that their debt level stood at 913% of GDP – meanwhile the percentage of dwebt in Britain  will be at 900% of our GDP come the 2015 election a debt that makes the debt of Italy, Spain & Greece seem quite meagre!

Could it be that The Times is drawing attention to the similarities subliminally?

 

Clearly there is still more time to strut and posture in Farage’s repertoire, but just where is the gravitas, economic reality, political understanding as we face a war, hopefully peaceful, to extricate our Country from the EU and the chronic debt with which it was saddled firstly by the pension terms imposed in 1909 which have now become unsupportable and the polityicising of the implementation of Lord Beveridges Report by the idiotic champagne socialist Aneurin Bevan who quit the valleys for luxury in Sussex with his extreme Communist wife Jenny Lee.

Well you have read your history I am sure and will be able to draw so many more parallels as we watch the irrefutable fact that when observing a performing monkey, bereft of a competent organ grinder,
‘The higher up the tree the monkey climbs the more you see its Rs’.

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