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Friday, 23 April 2010

UKIP: Bits and pieces

The hypocrisy of UKIP’s corrupt leadership

We have already mentioned that UKIP is fielding a candidate - Barry Allcock - against Nikki Sinclaire. See: LINK

This is despite her proven Euro-sceptic credentials. UKIP’s corrupt leaders have tried to justify this decision by claiming that their policy of not standing against Euro-sceptics only applies to sitting MPs.

So would they care to explain why they are not contesting the Bexhill and Battle seat? They even told the selected UKIP candidate to stand aside for Stuart Wheeler. Mr Wheeler is not the incumbent candidate. So much for that particular UKIP policy!

It is also interesting to note that Richard Allen - UKIP Treasurer of the Hodge Hill and Yardley Branch - has confirmed that Allcock lives within the constituency of Birmingham Hodge Hill and is unknown to his local branch. What a surprise!

More on UKIP Stroud

You may recall that UKIP is supporting David Drew - the pro-EU Labour candidate. See: LINK

David Drew has confirmed that he does not advocate a complete withdrawal from the EU, but "a much more loose confederation..."

Steve Parker was the official UKIP candidate and had already paid his £500 deposit. His name will still appear on the ballet papers as he failed to withdraw his name in time.

We now have a ludicrous situation where UKIP activists - including Mr Parker - are rushing around the constituency asking voters to ignore UKIP and vote Labour!

UKIPPERS have even used UKIP resources to print and distribute leaflets begging voters to elect the representative of a party which is TOTALLY committed to EU membership!

Here is a link to the leaflet: http://www.thestraightchoice.org/full.php?q=2270#l5479

Farage has described Drew as a “good egg”.

Meanwhile, as previously mentioned, UKIP is opposing Nikki Sinclaire in Meriden.

As UKIP does not fight seats where a 'good egg' is standing, Ms Sinclaire must be considered a very 'bad egg' by UKIP’s lunatic leadership.

Scotland had a very lucky escape!

The people of Perth and North Perthshire recently had a very lucky escape.

'Lord' Monckton - UKIP’s very own swivel-eyed loon - was all set to be their UKIP PPC.

He later withdrew his nomination following 'advice' from Farage and Pearson.

And the reason for this?

A UKIP spokesman said the decision to withdraw was taken because a Restore Trust in Parliament candidate is also contesting this seat. It is UKIP policy not to field candidates against eurosceptic Conservatives or Restore Trust in Parliament candidates.

Unless, of course, they happen to be called Nikki Sinclaire!

It is interesting to note that Monckton often claims to be a member of the House of Lords.

“I am a member of the House of Lords, though without the right to sit or vote, and I have never suggested otherwise.”

This is a lie.

A quick call to the House of Lords has confirmed that Christopher Monckton is not and has never been a Member of the House of Lords. There is no such thing as a “non-voting” or “honorary” member.

Here are the facts:

Christopher Monkton's father, the 2nd Viscount Monckton, was a Member of the Lords until 1999. The House of Lords Act 1999 ended the automatic link between the holding of a hereditary peerage and membership of the House of Lords, and the 2nd Lord Monckton ceased to be a member of the House at that point.

Christopher Monckton is the 3rd Viscount Monckton and inherited the title following his father's death in 2006. He has never sat in the House.

And so another UKIPPER is exposed as a liar.


Fred McGlade

Do you remember when the odious Paul 'Benito' Nuttall was elected to Brussels? He walked off the stage rather than share it with Nick Griffin after the Returning Officer announced that the BNP leader had also won a seat in Brussels. Such is Nuttall's contempt for democracy and the wishes of the electorate.

It is interesting to compare Nuttall's actions with those of Fred McGlade, his Regional Organiser.

McGlade - the UKIP candidate for Lancaster and Fleetwood - has pulled out of next week's election debate in Lancaster because the BNP candidate Debra Kent has not been invited.

McGlade, said that while he 'abhorred' the BNP he believed in freedom of speech.

What will Benito say? He expects his sycophants to follow his example!

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