Members & staff of UKIP past & present. Committed to reforming the party by exposing the corruption and dishonesty that lies at its heart, in the hope of making it fit for purpose.
Only by removing Nigel Farage and his sycophants on the NEC can we save UKIP from electoral oblivion.
Derek Clark, poor old chap, has been complaining bitterly about those - including Andrew Edwards, GLW and Junius -who are critical of his performance as an MEP.
Apparently, the old buffer believes that rather than criticise him, we should show him some respect because .... wait for it .... he's an elected representative of the British people!
We are all sorry to burst that bubble Mr Clark, but respect is not a right .... respect is earned! And, sad to say, you've not earned it.
To the the contrary, your actions - or should we say inactions? - whilst feeding shamelessly at the EU trough have shown nothing but the utmost disrespect to both those who voted UKIP and to those who worked so hard to send you to Brussels.
Frankly, you should be ashamed of yourself! You wilfully sit alongside anti-Semites, holocaust deniers and racists in that sordid EFD group and YET you still have the gall to demand respect from us! We will give you one thing though Mr Clark, you have the cheek of the Devil himself!
Can you not see, you're becoming more like your alter-ego 'Eric Cartman' with every passing day? It's time to call it a day and hang up those slippers. Derek, do us all a favour and do it sooner rather than later!
Which brings us to this.....
UKIP MEP Derek Clark has been left looking like a total fool this week. On Wednesday he called for a 'Point of Order' in the Parliament. He then proceeded to make a bumbling little speech about votes on two amendments to the Parliament's calendar (there were actually 4 amendments). He stated that the parliament was unable to actually make any difference, but was left with egg on his face when the MEPs did actually make a difference, by cancelling two of the hugely expensive Strasbourg sessions - much to the fury of the French.
But the funniest - and perhaps saddest - moment came at the end. The president pointed out that this was not actually a legitimate point of order, and so so when Clark refused to come to the point, the microphone was shut off. Clark, who is almost totally deaf, did not realise this, and so rather embarrassingly he rambled on unaware that nobody was listening to him.