It is no surprise to learn that Stuart Parr of the Nigel Farage Sycophants 4 UKIP blog continues to smear Nikki Sinclaire on behalf of his boss and the odious Nuttall:
When Nikki Sinclaire had the UKIP whip withdrawn, she was told to stop using the UKIP logo and stop describing herself as a UKIP MEP. As an independent MEP she is not, under any circumstances, allowed to use the UKIP membership list.
So imagine my surprise when I received a letter from the office of Nikki Sinclaire MEP, with a small picture of Nikki on the top standing next to a UKIP logo.
I'm still interested in what Nikki gets up to even though she's not a UKIP MEP any more but for someone planning to sue the party for allegedly not following correct disciplinary procedures, it seems strange that she would not only ignore the instructions given to her by the party but also break the law (Data Protection Act) by using UKIP membership details without permission and for a purpose other than that for which they were collected.
If she really does intend to get in a pissing contest with the party, I think breaking the law trumps not following internal disciplinary procedures correctly. People in glass houses and all that.
End of article.
We know that Mr Parr is not very bright but can we point out that standing next to a UKIP logo is not the same as 'using the logo'. And has he forgotten that she is still a UKIP member?
Let us be quite clear on this matter:
UKIP’s NEC did not follow correct disciplinary procedures.
Both Pearson and Farage lied about the reasons for her dismissal.
Pearson claimed that she had fallen out with the voluntary party. That claim has been disproved.
The West Midlands committee passed a vote of confidence in her. This proves that the party did NOT carry out an investigation into the veracity of Pearson’s claim before using it as a basis for her dismissal.
Members of UKIP’s NEC were clearly biased. For instance, Farage attacked Nikki twice on national television!
Membership of the EFD breaches UKIP's own constitution by supporting racist parties in the EU.
The party is running a smear campaign against her on Bloggers 4 UKIP. A new employee of Farage was also caught out attacking Nikki on the British Democracy Forum.
And it will be very difficult for them to claim that she used personal data illegally as their action to remove the whip was itself clearly illegal.
UKIP PPC and ex-football hooligan
We knew that UKIP was having trouble finding people to stand for them in Wales.
They are now so desperate for candidates that they have even resorted to fielding ex-football hooligans!
We dread to imagine what he thinks about UKIP’s Law and Order policies!
From Wales Online:
A REFORMED football hooligan, who last year got into trouble for posting a sexual innuendo about a woman on trial for murder on an internet message board, has been selected as a Parliamentary candidate by the United Kingdom Independence Party.
Adam Brown, 31, who will be Ukip’s general election candidate in Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney, has already created further controversy by encouraging people to win money by placing a bet on his victory and then voting for him.
Mr Brown, who was elected to Merthyr Council as an Independent in 2008, joined the anti-EU party last year.
Last September he admitted that in 2000 he was banned from every football ground in the UK for three years after being convicted of disorderly conduct after a match between Queen’s Park Rangers and Cardiff City.
At the time he said: “I was young, naive and showing off. I suffered the consequences of my actions, and since then I’ve tried to pay back the community.”
Then last year he was the subject of an internal party investigation after launching a suggestive internet poll on the question: “Amanda Knox? Would yoo...?”
Amanda Knox was at the time on trial for murdering fellow student Meredith Kercher in the house they shared in Perugia, Italy in 2007. She has since been convicted of the crime and jailed for 26 years.
It was established at the time that Mr Brown had used three different aliases to post a variety of controversial messages, including one that advised private landlords not to rent property to people on housing benefit.
Having first denied he had made the postings, Mr Brown later admitted he had done so.
John Bufton, the Ukip MEP for Wales, told the Western Mail that Mr Brown had been reprimanded by the party’s Welsh committee for his “Amanda Knox” posting on the message board of the fans’ website cardiffcity.com.
Nevertheless, Ukip thought it was appropriate to nominate Mr Brown to stand in the general election.
“He was firmly told that his behaviour last year was unacceptable, but people felt he should be allowed to stand for Parliament because he has done a lot of good work in the local community.”
In the latest internet episode involving Mr Brown, someone using the alias Mr Ninian advised readers of the cardiffcity.com message board to place bets on Ukip winning Merthyr at the general election. The posting – made days before Mr Brown’s candidacy was publicly announced – said: “Ukip are 80/1 with Paddy Power to win the Merthyr seat in the next general election.”
When we asked Mr Brown whether he himself was Mr Ninian, he replied: “I learnt my lesson last year and don’t post on internet sites any more. Mr Ninian is a sort of employee and friend.
“He’s entitled to his view about betting, but I think all political betting should be banned because it shouldn’t be allowed to influence the way people vote.”
Despite Mr Brown’s assertion that he would like to see political betting banned, the Western Mail has found evidence that he was arguing differently as recently as March, when he posted a message on a Facebook site under his own name stating: “I’ve texted you on how to make some money this morning.”
The Cardiff City fan whose Facebook site Mr Brown was posting to responded: “I read it, thanks councillor. I’ll take my chances with the Champions and Europa leagues instead.”
End of article.To see the original: LINK
We understand that Annabelle Fuller - Farage’s long term mistress - got rather upset after reading the following comment by 'Black Dog' in the Sunday Times:
Naughty: Nigel Farage
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage, who is trying to oust Speaker John Bercow in Buckingham, recalls a drunken night with a Latvian beauty called Liga in his memoirs.
‘I met her in a pub and accepted her invitation home for a drink. She was sleek and seductive and I will not splutter that after the first bottle I would necessarily have behaved like Sir Galahad.’
Farage is lucky his second wife, Kirsten, is so understanding.
End of quote. To see the original: LINK
We can only assume that Potty Annabelle was disgruntled that Farage had chosen to cheat on his wife with someone other than Ms Fuller. Ms Fuller always likes to get first refusal when it comes to Nigel.
We always knew that Ms Fuller was the jealous type!
And wasn't it a damn shame that Ms Fuller lost her job with the British Legion? It appears that someone made them aware of certain unsavory facts.