February 28th, 2014

UKIP Lift Old BNP Slogan for Spring Conference

UKIP’s conference slogan is ‘Love Britain, vote Ukip':

Someone really should have done some googling back at HQ, as a very similar slogan has been used before…

Oh dear.

UPDATE:


184 Comments

  1. 1
    jgm2 says:

    Ooops.

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    • 4
      Yawn says:

      Doesn’t matter really. It’s only the inbreds from Westminster who will try get excited.

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    • 5
      Yawn says:

      FFS.

      Guido has now put up both adverts and they are completely different.

      WTF

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    • 13
      M­­a­q­bo­ul says:

      The Toytown Nazis don’t have a monopoly on patriotism.

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    • 16
      Ed Miliband says:

      Pfft

      Hate Britain.
      Vote Labour.

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    • 25
      Polly Toynbee says:

      All you hideously white people should be ashamed.

      Sent from my iPad
      (The black one)

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    • 37
      dai sloganising says:

      ein bog

      ein krap

      ein letzte stuck toilettenpapier

      schiess!

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    • 48
      Proud Labour says:

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      • 57
        jgm2 says:

        27 Feb 1900. Labour Party founded.

        I think there is a case to be made that 27 Feb 1900 was the epitome of the British Empire. The height of British power and influence.

        Folklore has it as the day Queen Victoria dies (which ISTR was some time in 1901) but I think we might have allowed a few months either way to cloud our judgement.

        For the UK it has literally been downhill all the way since the day the Labour party was formed.

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        • 70
          The Clermont Club says:

          Down hill for whom?

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          • jgm2 says:

            The UK.

            In 1900 the UK was the pre-eminent world power. Its influence spread across 1/4 of the globe.

            Global workshop.

            Global financial centre.

            Global super power.

            114 years later we bolt together Ja*pa*ne*se ca*rs, our banks are bu*st and still have Bermuda and the Pitcairns. Just.

            Downhill since 1900.

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        • 82
          Wikipedia says:

          22 Jan 1901. She just squeezed into the 20th century (1900 was the last year of the 19th century, obviously).

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        • 84
          Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

          Was a blip back up during Thatcher’s Reign (PBUH).

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        • 106
          Duty Pedant says:

          ’27 Feb 1900.: Labour Party founded.

          I think there is a case to be made that 27 Feb 1900 the founding of the Labour Party was the epitome of the British Empire. The, at the height of British power and influence.

          Folklore has it as the day Queen Victoria dies died (which ISTR was some time in 1901) but , however I recall her death as being in 1901. I think we I might have allowed a few months either way to cloud our my judgement.

          For the UK it has literally been been literally downhill all the way since the that day the Labour party was formed.’

          – Fixed it for you – I think capturing your intention.

          NB:

          Queen Victoria died: January 22, 1901

          Your statement with respect Labour party creation seemingly being the epitome of British empire contradicts your last paragraph.

          Without putting words in your mouth I would suggest the following captures your true sentiment:

          ‘There is a case to be made that the founding of the Labour Party happened at the zenith of British Empire.

          The UK has been in decline ever since.’

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      • 101
        dai r o'hea says:

        we aim to change our underwear at least three times a day

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      • 184
        Anonymous says:

        It’s OK to give them the vote too.

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        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        If it had not been for Nick Griffin the police and socialist local authorities would still be turning a blind eye to muslim child molesters1

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    • 120
      Cameron - call me Dave says:

      NOT “owned” – used. Prat.

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    • 164
      Logical Curmodgeon says:

      Who cares really?

      They used some words in the same order as someone else.

      Bet that’s never happened before…..

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    • 165
      Anonymous says:

      Come all the electorate throughout the UK
      It’s time to ignore what the LIBLABCON say
      Lets face it these parties have all had their day
      Our politics need rearranging
      So go out and vote UKIP lets sweep them away
      For the times they are a changing

      Not one of them listens to our point of view
      They’d sooner give our cash to the EU
      So lets kick them out and try something new
      We can’t afford this lot remaining
      Political rethink is long overdue
      For the times they are a changing

      They lied about Lisbon and promised a vote
      There all Europhiles and in the same boat
      Their treachery just bring a lump to my throat
      As each other they just keep blaming
      So send them a message and let them take note
      That the times they are a changing

      We will no longer tolerate lies being told
      Tax breaks for the rich but more tax for the old
      Ruled from the EU and our birthrights sold
      They ignore us when we are complaining
      If we all vote UKIP their out in the cold
      For the times they all need changing

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  2. 2
    FrankFisher says:

    Who cares? Everyone has said something before.

    Anyway, at least now when LibLabCon\BBC start their usual abusive ranting we can respond with “well at least we’re only racists, not pa8dos”.

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    • 8
      Mrs Dromey says:

      http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2013/dec/21/nigel-farage-ukip-leadership-row

      Liberty will give you a special discount as a UKIP member if you want to sign up. Quote voucher code “UKIPPIE” when you make your membership payment.

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    • 9
      jgm2 says:

      It’ll be a close run thing though. In the fevered minds of BBC/bedwetters there is no greater crime than racism.

      We had that Stephen La*wr*en*ce kid killed at a bus-stop. This crime, unlike every other single murder, mass murder or war since the signing of the Magna Carta 800 or so years previously was such an awful and unique crime that we had to do away with double jeopardy in order to have another go at prosecuting somebody.

      For bedwetters I think ‘racism’ still trumps kiddy-fiddling.

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  3. 3
    Mrs Dromey says:

    Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Farage!

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  4. 6
    Where's Gordon today? Hugging Malala again? Leave the poor girl alone, you fucking cunt says:

    Let’s not forget Gordie’s British Jobs for British Workers slogan was also from a **pea leaflet.

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  5. 7
    Shire Tory says:

    I now know where I’ve been going wrong, all that racism spread on my toast of a morning……..

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  6. 11
    Socialism = Starvation says:

    Like this matters outside the slightly overgrown student politics of Westminster.

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  7. 12
    James says:

    Britain is famous for its postmarxist antiracism see:

    http://antiracistfront.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/heroes-of-anti-racism-british.html

    Why cannot UKIP see this?

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    • 88
      Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

      Because it’s total bollocks.

      As all marxism is.

      Multi-cult = Zero-Country.

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    • 145
      Historian says:

      That is why London, the capital city of Britain, has fewer than half of its population being white British.

      It’s ethnic cleansing by stealth.

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  8. 17
    Nigel Farage says:

    Want Clowns.
    Vote UKIP.

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  9. 18
    Rick O'Shea says:

    BNP + suits + = UKIP

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  10. 19
    Labour re-write History says:

    How come Labour are now trying to say that sex with Children was accepted in the 70s.

    No it wasn’t and it was considered just as bad then as it is now.

    We also did not have a moslem male population who think that white girls are trash.

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    • 23
      Cazual Observer 9 says:

      Revisionism is a core part of Marxism.

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    • 26
      Labour re-write History says:

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    • 31
      Harman is evil says:

      And the MSM still like to call the Tories the nasty party.

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    • 147
      Not old but getting there says:

      As someone who was around in the 1970’s I can confirm that sex with children was not acceptable then just as it is not acceptable now.
      The difference then was that you rarely heard about it, and few people even imagined that such perverted, disgusting behaviour actually happened.
      Naive perhaps, but that’s how it was.

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  11. 20
    Lateral Thought says:

    They missed a good one here.

    Replace Love with Like, and a thumbs up symbol at the end of the Vote UKIP line.

    Would have made the logo more upbeat and had direct appeal to the younger generation, as well as the silver surfers who haven’t switched yet but are all over F’acebook these days.

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  12. 27
    Harman is evil says:

    So on the 70s PIE press release that advocated reducing the age of consent to 10, it said “Please contact Patricia Hewitt”.

    I think I’ll be sending an email to Boots today to ask if they think they should have a p*edophile supporter as one of their consultants.

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    • 30
      Lateral Thought says:

      Can also ask if this is why they moved contraceptive devices into the babyfood aisle as well…

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    • 36
      James says:

      Harriett Haman is one of the greatest figures in recent political history, I cannot believe that you could smear such a heroine of our times. See http://antiracistfront.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/heroes-of-anti-racism-harriet-harman.html

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      • 44
        Lateral Thought says:

        H’arriet H’arman’s support of PIE through the NCCL perhaps opens up a vicarious liability for her in respect of the damage which PIE members have caused to their victims.

        She is not apologizing because that would be admitting liability.

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        • 170
          Chiefwhipper says:

          Is she the lawyer – or is that the other old bat?

          Kiddy fiddlers and their supporters, should all go to gaol.

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      • 51
        (Rarely) Dangerous Brian says:

        I agree, shes obviously super intelligent, a great judge of character and highly principled as well, this world needs more like Harriet in positions of power to make sure that those amongst us that enjoy freedom of thought are quickly made to see the error of our ways.
        Up the workers.

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      • 62
        Henry says:

        Is that why she wore a stab proof vest to walk about in Peckham, amoungst the imports?

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      • 65
        Nick G says:

        Holed below the waterline, dead woman walking. The gift that keeps on giving.

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        • 81
          The Lifeguard says:

          It is better to let her drown: there is every chance she will drag down whoever comes to her rescue with her.

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      • 90
        Carry Hole is a porcine homunculus says:

        Harm-men’s one of the biggest sexists and oikophobes around.

        She should be in jail, not lauded.

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    • 89
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      It’s about time we had all women shortlists for the Trades Union leaders.

      Vile Trades Union dinosaurs like McCluskey,Crow and Serwotka should step down in favour of women elected on an all women shortlist.

      Or is it do as i say and not as i do for Labour’s paymasters!

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  13. 29
    STKT1 says:

    Love Milliband ?

    Vote UKIP !

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  14. 34
    Soap Dodger says:

    Love benefits?
    Stay in bed coz u CBA

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  15. 35
    sex@10--WTF says:

    “I was playing with mechano @ge 16″

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  16. 38
    Jack Dromey says:

    I love chocolate PIE.

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  17. 39
    sex@10--WTF says:

    “I was playing with meccano @ge 16″

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  18. 40
    Rotherhampoofta says:

    I love marmite me!

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  19. 41
    Brass Eyes satire of nonce rap says:

    A song for Harriet, Jack and Patricia

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  20. 45
    fook off modbot says:

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  21. 46
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    On quote of the day from Patricia Hewitt . “I do not support reducing the age of consent or legalising incest.” So they wanted to legalise incest as well, anything else still to declare; bestiality, necrophilia?.

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  22. 47
    UKIP forever says:

    It hasn’t changed much

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  23. 50
    Viva! Viva! says:

    Bread, Peace and Farage

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  24. 52
    Prophet David Cameron says:

    With 5 loaves, 2 fish, and £11bn I can feed the world.

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  25. 55
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Next they will be nicking the B&P’s “Love Europe Hate the EU”.

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      Observation says:


      Next they will be nicking the B&P’s “Love Europe Hate the EU”.

      Or Labours “vote for us”

      Or the Tories “Vote for us or you’ll get the others”

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  26. 56
    Nick G says:

    Like the best tunes and riffs, the old ones are the best.

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  27. 60
    Bill Quango MP says:

    Harriett Harman is a bit like Marmite.
    Only she’s like a jar of Marmite with broken glass, maggots and polonium in it.

    You either hate it or there’s something seriously wrong with you.

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  28. 61
    Scoundrel refuge - get one while stocks last says:

    Why is it that all the politicians want to pretend that voting for them has anything at all to do with loving your country?

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  29. 63
    KT 4 UKIP says:

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  30. 69
    UKIP or bust says:

    Can you imagine the furore if the unholy trinity of Harm man, Hue wit and Mrs Dromey had been UKIP candidates?

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  31. 78
    Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

    So Labour are going down the same eco-loony tax bombshell route the Lib Dems are:

    Vote Lib/Lab for higher petrol prices

    Vote Lib/Lab for higher electricity and gas bills

    Vote Lib/Lab for higher council tax

    Vote Lib/Lab for higher income tax

    Bye bye Lib/Lab :-)

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    • 93
      David Cameron says:

      “Vote Lib/Lab for higher income tax”

      Not if I have anything to say about it. I’m a high tax conservative!

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      • 114
        Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

        That’s why the top rate has been cut from 50% to 45 % and the personal tax free allowance increased from about £6000 to £10000.

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        • 121
          Taxpayer says:

          Great! So if you earn over 150k or s0d all it’s all great under Dave! For teh rest of us it’s bonkers marginal rates right up the income scale & more than ever sucked into the 40% bracket. Low tax conservative my ar5e…

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  32. 83
    Owen says:

    You’re all blocked, so there!

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  33. 95
    Mrs H D says:

    Beastly men. I hate hate you.

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  34. 99
    Pink Dee says:

    Stephen twigg reckons anti gay legislation in ugan’da and nig’eria is tragic. H of C 11:33. For whom?

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  35. 100
    tigerowl says:

    So UKIP use the same slogan as the BNP. UKIP realise that their policies are little different from the BNP and many of their voters have BNP sympathies. Hate foreigners, gays, women, unions, public sector people, non white people, all other groups that do not fit the ideological profile of ‘being British, then you vote UKIP. Sad bunch really.

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  36. 102
    SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

    If any socialist bed wetter thinks that the indigenous population is going to be put off voting for UKIP by allegations of racism ,forget it, in fact it is becoming a selling point thanks to Labours mass immigration .

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    • 115
      Spartacus says:

      you may say that, but i could not possibly comment

      (perhaps the local council can translate the above into the 43 other languages that are a requirement to get the labour message out. And send it with the voting slips).

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  37. 112
    Moley says:

    The B*N*P also used the Union Jack. Is everybody who flies it going to be condemned too?

    Is political correctness going to prevent any mention of a national identity in the same way as the BBC prohibited any discussion about immigration as being racist?

    The EU would very much like to make any mention of a national identity completely illegal and socially unacceptable.

    Good work by the EU trolls; you are getting more subtle.

    Doubtless the same condemnation would apply if people were stamping their feet and saluting the European Union?

    Or perhaps not.

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  38. 117
    Anonymous says:

    I. Don’t. Care.

    Still voting UKIP.

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  39. 119
    Ethel of Purley says:

    Oddly enough, the worst racists I have ever know have all been thick as pig shit labour supporters and they only voted labour because their thick as pig shit fathers did voted the same way, they were just vile obnoxious foul mouthed beer swilling oafs.

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  40. 122
    Jimmy says:

    Spring Conference you say

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  41. 123
    PARVUS says:

    I see that some commentators are still trying to popularise the term ‘oikophobe’ and ‘oikophobia’, meaning someone with an irrational dislike or even hatred of their own country or race or culture. As in ‘Harriet Harman is an ‘oikophobe’. However, it doesn’t seem to be developing into a successful neologism and I don’t think it ever will. Which is a shame, because, unlike most of the other newly coined ‘—–phobic’ words (fill in gap with whatever you wish to close down debate on), ‘oikophobia’, however linguistically ‘clunky’, does accurately describe a very real, influential and powerful intellectual trend.
    I believe it was Roger Scruton who tried to develop the term from its original psychiatric meaning of a mirror image of agoraphobia, into the wider meaning of dislike of ‘hearth and home’. And like a lot of things coming from him it is over-intellectualised, requires an ‘explanation on a laminated card’ each time it’s employed, and is consequently never going to take off into popular parlance.
    Therefore, may I suggest the alternative of ‘patraphobia’/‘patraphobic’ . These already contain a readily graspable hint at the meaning in their prefix – i.e. anti-patriotic. Most people will be able to work that out without explanation and any subsequent query can be used to develop and enrich the definition to include knee-jerk fear and loathing of someone’s own (nominal as in Hattie’s case) culture, country or even civilisation. Just an idea…

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    • 180
      We KNOW liblabcon are liars.. we can hope UKIP less so. says:

      I like that PARVUS thank you. I shall attempt to propagate that one… Lefty=Patrophobic.

      I’ve been using Gayification for a few years now to describe….well. The Gayification of Tv …….
      Do any of you need that explaining? No one has so far in my experience (cue instant nodding “hmmm yes yes”)

      Please note: am not anti the practice,my girlfriend genuinely enjoys mine up her Harris, iit’s the disproportionate references to the pastime, and representation of it to the rest of population that I think is wrong!
      Always the way… the wheel that squeaks. .gets the lube (or £30, 000 of EA money for mugs!!)

      Couldn’t give a shi1tty d1ck what any of you think of that.. have a good weekend. .

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  42. 125
    Little Ed says:

    Well my “One Nathion” th-logan ith compwetely owiginal.

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  43. 127
    Recall Rubbish. says:

    Do UKIP have a policy on voter recall yet?

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  44. 130
    Smack My Nigella uP says:

    Love Paedos
    Vote Labour

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  45. 137
    Matt says:

    Yeah like the Labour party lifted the ‘One Nation’ slogan from the ‘Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer’ national socialists

    Yawn.

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  46. 156
    Harriet says:

    Love Paedophiles
    Vote Labour

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  47. 161

    Reblogged this on A Riverside View and commented:
    The mask is off!

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  48. 166

    Pluggiart innit?

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  49. 168
    Fedz says:

    Hardley headline stuff is it….UKIP Lift Old BNP Slogan for Spring Conference
    Hard up for news, sounds as though desperation is setting in Guido?

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  50. 172
    tgw123 says:

    I don’t think this is a disaster. Nobody likes the BNP and what they stand for apart from a minute percentage of unpleasant people. It was not so long ago that people were afraid to fly the Union flag, or the Cross of St George in England, for fear of being associated with the BNP. It doesn’t belong to them and they do not represent me!
    Since when did that nasty party ‘own’ a phrase, and more particularly the sentiment ‘Love Britain’. People from all parties and none love their country. If this means such a slogan is ripped from the hands of the BNP and returned to ordinary decent people from all walks of life and of all political persuasions who are concerned about the way our contry is being governed – effectively being driven off a cliff, regardless of who is in power – then perhaps that’s a good thing.
    It’s not as if we could rely on the deceitful, hypocritical main parties in the Westminster bubble to do this. They’re all far too cowardly and compromised anyway.
    #TakingItBack

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    • 178
      tgw123 says:

      @ Guido Fawkes

      Dear Guido,

      I note my comment and a reply are still ‘awaiting moderation’. Given the various views on your pages, many of them extremely direct and from different ends of the political spectrum, I cannot imagine why my comment is being put under such scrutiny. Perhaps you’re all just having a tea break. Do hope this page still values free thought and speech and is not going the way of so many other media sites where anything deemed off-message is eradicated.

      Yours hopefully,
      tgw123

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  51. 174

    Useless bunch of twats they can’t do anything right! it’s frightening that there are idiots out there willing to vote them into positions of power and importance. Can you imagine the cock ups they could create in Europe or Parliament!

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    • 177
      tgw123 says:

      @ Philip Walsh

      Has it not struck you that this might be a deliberate act to rip the simple patriotic phrase ‘Love Britain’ back from the nasty BNP?

      Personally I shall vote UKIP on 22 May because I want the other parties to get a message. I do not yet know how I will vote in 2015 but UKIP is certainly an option. The main reason I am doing this is precisely because we are perenially run by conceited, self-serving hypocrites in all three main political parties.

      Tell me something Philip: do you really think the main parties are not constantly prone to ‘cock ups’ (your phrase)? Bunch of arrogant, deceitful incompetents, the lot of them.

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  52. 176
    MandyPickleSniffer says:

    oh yeah…I’d sooooooo rather have the party that gave us Ed Millitwat, Ed Bollocks, Harriet Harpoon, Jacqui fuckwit Smith, Gordon Bigoted woman Brown, Fat Hunt Watson, Ken Londonistan Livingstone, George Saddam-Fellating Galloway, and so on…all the way back to commie pinko Michael Foot.
    With the complete numbskulls, liars, cheats, hypocrites and retarded wankers on the Labour team, you think UKIP are the loonies??

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    • 183
      Fedz says:

      In addition to this, it was revealed today, in a police admission, that there has been 40 arrests in Westminster over the last 4 years, including possession of: Drugs, weapons, including firearms, breaching police bail. The police’s admission comes amid the revelation about the interest in illegal drug sites on Parliament’s computer network, and the fact that cocaine use was found inside the toilets at the Houses of Parliament in June.

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