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Tuesday, 15 December 2009

UKIP: The Madness of King Farage I

Just what kind of insanity is being nurtured in the office of Nigel Farage?

This extraordinary e-mail, sent from Farage's Brussels office on November 3rd, suggests a tortured and confused mind. Are UKIP members really happy that innocent members of the public, taking up their right to correspond with elected representatives, are receiving insane gibberish like this?

Is there a policy of poor grammar and spelling mistakes in Farage's office, or is the author of this missive simply poorly educated? Most people regard UKIP as a bit of a joke - this explains why!

From: FARAGE Nigel [mailto:nigel.farage@europarl.europa.eu]
Sent: 03 November 2009 08:41
Subject: RE: Lethal Daytime Running Lights

Dear Mr Milnes

Many thanks for writing to members of the EU's contemptible consultative assembly about this absurd , but cleverly sold and intentionally oppressive, piece of EU-legislation.

Most of the EU-assembly's members are careerists, or fanatics, who would, and do, vote for anything the EU-Commission proposes, because they see the EU as their milch-cow for life and as an un-challengeable empire, which will give them ever greater privilege and wealth - if not any real power (which is all at the EU's Council, Commission and Court and in the EU's client-governments) UKIP's representatives, of course, did not vote for this nonsense about "day-time running lights".

They vote against the entire gamut of the Commission's wicked proposals, and are very glad to hear that they have your support, if only in this instance.

The truth is, however, that you cannot pick and choose, which EU-legislation you will be subjected to. You can either support UKIP and a policy of scrapping it all, or you can support one of the other parties and, as Edward Heath put it, "swallow the lot".

Yours sincerely
Andrew S. Reed
Office of Nigel Farage, Brussels, www.ukip.org

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