April 24th, 2014

Those UKIP Nutter Tweets In Full

They are dropping like flies. Farage says he is “deeply shocked” that Lampitt, a council candidate and UKIP poster boy, has such “repellent views”.

Just as people were beginning to accept that UKIP were part of the mainstream political debate, they take a large shotgun to both of their feet.

The lack of resources argument can hardly wash when he was one of just five people in last night’s PEB.


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  1. 1
    Genghiz the kahn says:

    Was Ed Miliband missing from Labour’s PPB tonight, or was that just an ugly rumour?

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  2. 2
    Archie Bishop says:

    Lempit, elm bit, armpit

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  3. 3
    Max Clifford says:

    Whats the fuss

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      RomaBobbieBooBoo... says:

      This chap certainly has some valid views that will go down well with the electorate :)

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    • 60
      tk mexx says:

      your undies are fine.
      pity about everything else.

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      • 107
        My jack and Danny smells like tuna says:

        These tweets seem to echo what many feel. I’m all for free speech: if some hooked, one-eyed lunatic can chat shit to street full of thugs and nothing is done, why the outrage here?

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    • 115
      Jeffrey Bernard says:

      “Just as people were beginning to accept that UKIP were part of the mainstream political debate, they take a large shotgun to both of their feet”

      It’s all about timing, dear boy. The shotgun was fired a long time ago, it’s just that it has taken a very long time for anyone to notice the consequences. One of UKIP’s problems (other than the rather obvious one of being a Trojan Horse for Milibandwagon) is that it has always attracted and continues to attracts waifs, strays, cranks and the downright un-housetrained. This is, after all, the party which provided a platform for Godfrey Bloom, Robert Kilroy-Silk etc etc and (ffs) a home to Neil Hamilton. Lampitt is just another one of the lemmings who conforms to the mould. Farage spends so much time giving an impression of a one-man party simply because he is one of its few leading lights who is remotely plausible even at first blush.

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      • 123
        My jack and Danny smells like tuna says:

        Bollocks, Jeffrey quite frankly. Take a look at the benches of any of the mainstream parties and they are filled with thieves, deviants and goodness knows what else. There are lunatics in UKIP, yes, but no more than in any other party – the only difference being they don’t have the full attention of the media, whereas UKIP do at the moment

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        • 197
          Jeffrey Bernard says:

          “no more than in any other party” – perhaps, but since it’s a much smaller party the proportion is much higher. Why is it that UKIP is forced, time after time, to rely on Farage as its only publicly-presentable face?

          Off you go now, back to being Milibandwagon’s 5th column.

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          • jgm2 says:

            perhaps, but since it’s a much smaller party the proportion is much higher.

            I doubt that too.

            Private Eye is filled with ‘Rotten Borough’ accounts of thieves from all mainstream parties. The HoC seems to be entirely populated by thieves and perverts. If they’re not ra*p*ing men they’re ra*p*ing kids and if they’re not r*ap*ing kids they’re shitting on coffee tables or ‘badger-watching’ or any number of other deviancies.

            There’s less fucking perverts, thieves and murderers in your average jail.

            It’s fucking well end-of-days stuff.

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        • 201
          Anonymous says:

          But the lunatics in UKIP are typical English lunatics not Islington lunatics. The people just lap it up.Everybody knows there are no honest Nigerians, that the rest is true.

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          • Golly says:

            +applause+

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          • Django bored of tbe idiots on this site! says:

            Anyone care to chat about the relative honesty or not,of Scousers, Cockneys, Mancers etc…?

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Scousers ? Andy Burnham. Job done.

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          • Prince Mumbo Jumbo says:

            Is it cos Is black.

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          • William says:

            Yes there are! Only last week a very nice man from there gave me the opportunity share in the will of an unfortunate who died intestate.

            He has an obviously very generous nature because he contacted me by email asking for my help in liquidating the proceeds. Now that I’ve given him my bank details (and my online credentials) he’ll send me a commission for helping him out.

            He’s also letting me join a syndicate that’s (secretly) buying one of London’s bridges.

            So there!

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          • “Everybody knows there are no honest Nigerians”
            Including Nigerians. Met quite a few over the years. They all had one thing in common. A reluctance to say where they came from.

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          (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

          Well said and fuck Jeffrey Bernard!

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          • Nige Farage and his magic garage - a song, a dance, go on, give us a chance! Will smoke for votes! says:

            In the land of the blind the one eyed man can divert his EU allowances!

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      • 233
        Londoner says:

        They have one job and one job only. They have to win a lot of votes and get into the European Parliament and help paralyse it so we can leave the fucking place.

        No-one needs them to run so much as a parish council. The only reason we need them in Westminster is because Cameron can’t be trusted to give us the refreendum. All the rest is unimportant.

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        • 253
          Trev says:

          How do they do that? They are never there and can anyway never disrupt thevplace.
          Ukip are just peddling racism as well as lies about the eu and how life would be better some how out of it.
          Kippers are cultist and loony bonkers racists. I certainly did not think they were a bunch of racists a year back but they have found a nice niche. The truth is quite clear now. Farage presses all the right buttons and then acts surprised at what pops out of the box.

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          • Bunkum Watch says:

            It is not racist to want to run your own country as an independent state. It is a fundamental human right. Go read the Charter of the Unted Nations. It’s all in there.

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          • jgm2 says:

            OOooh. You said ‘racist’. Does that mean you ‘win’?

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          • The more I hear stuff like this, the more I will vote for them says:

            I’ve been called racist so many times now, it no longer bothers me. If not wanting to harrassed by gypos begging in the street, a street that has bleck drug dealers on the corner, that stinks of shit from the Somalianz using it as a toilet, that has izlamic dross wandering around in pyjamas, glaring at the infidel, with his child-bride dressed an extra from Star-Wars, if hating these things make me a racist, I couldn’t give a shit. If it makes me a Nazi, then Sieg Heil.

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          • Prince Mumbo Jumbo says:

            Trev the cun0t

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          • Eurolife as she is says:

            …. and how life would be better some how out of it….

            It is sssoooo much more wonderful inside it – just ask any Greek, Italian, Spaniard, Portuguese, Cypriot….etc etc.

            Trev, you need to change your brand of smokes and we need to get out of this Commie conspiracy asap.

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          • Tel E. Caster says:

            The race card has been so overplayed as to be virtually meaningless.

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          Jolly nice chap says:

          Very astute and spot on. We need them as infiltrators to the deepest black holes of the cesspit that is the EU, to bring it down from within. tfyer that we can all go back to voting for someone else… however, if they win large numbers in the next few weeks, they will start to build momentum, attract normal people, and prosper.

          I don’t give a toss if ukip have funny peope – all the parties are full of twats. It’s their policies that appeal. Non-pc, straight talking and saying out loud what my of us thinking, but are being castigated for thinking, by the thought police fascists.
          I

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      • 258

        Jeffrey, I think you are very tired.

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      • 421
        Wayne says:

        You mean it attracts the everyday citizen instead of the concentric London elite. I’d give the lad a smack on the hand for his language and leave it at that. What cretins like you don’t get is a little something alien to you called the truth.

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      • 440

        Godfrey Bloom and Kilroy-Silk are Saints in Heaven compared to Cyril Smith, Mark Oaten, Chris Huhne and the rest of the fornicators and perverts that make up the Lib Dums. Not to mention Denis McShane, Jim Devine, etc etc etc.

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          Tesco is a conglomerate of shit says:

          What Kilroy-Silk said about Saudi limb-loppers was bang on the nail. My father fought in World War 2. He told me he did it so Britain could be free and we could have freedom of speech. Bollocks to the PC brigade and all the crap they stand for. Go on, Guido – moderate my comment. You usually do.

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        • 515
          Tesco is a conglomerate of shit says:

          Guido – you modded me once too often, you gutless tosser. Your column is losing its original anti-pc stance. If you carry on like this the Mail will be showing you the way. Move over and fuck off.

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  4. 4
    ancientpopeye says:

    I note Guido has joined the establishment in attacking UKIP.

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      You dish it out but can't take it says:

      This like the Cyber-Jocks whining about “bullying” when you point out some of their indy arguments might not add up.

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    • 51

      We report, you decide. Or would you rather we turned into a right-wing version of Political Crapbook ignoring half the goings on in politics?

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      • 61
        Bloke says:

        ‘We report, you decide’

        Blimey. Keep you hair on.

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      • 64
        RomaBobbieBooBoo... says:

        Guido, repellent or not, he is just saying what the majority of indigenous Brits think :)

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        • 126
          • mustafa bin fakir says:

            hope is not.
            the intellectual mother india has the beef string between her teeth. she has see the limits of motherhood. luckily she goes into a epileptic fit as and when, and that is strength of heart. she was a prostitute once but she how reality worked.
            .
            the future also is epileptic.
            so the bottom is jerky. it beats the toyboy IBS anytime
            when the bottom jerks kill personal desires.

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          • mustafa dump says:

            Good answer mustafa, can I follow you on twatter?

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          • when will mother die says:

            when will mother die.
            she worked hard but failed.
            she had financial success but could not win over happiness. happiness wants liberty but happiness is stressed out. liberty hits punches when the world is asleep and india awakes.
            no woman no cry?
            no mother no cry.
            but serve the mother we must, life is just too full of comfort. well that is the clothing sorted….but mother must be encourage to be nice to herself without seeking a third party. what purpose does the moon serve, the one that is a cow? even it’s light comes from the sun.

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          • mustafa dumps on mustafa says:

            waste not want not.
            waste from the plants is oxygen(o2, oo).
            and where xyz be without it?
            .
            with that in mind I rather vomit on your face. ps was i in a tom hank movie?
            are you the face of the earth?

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          • Athelstan says:

            That would be where being someone who holds himself out as Irish may mean you don’t ever quite get an insight into what the English are really thinking. Cameron knows. That’s why he’s shitting himself.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            Hope is not a strategy :-)

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          • Wakey wakey says:

            When asian moslem gangs were running around the country raping and torturing and forcing white female children into prostitution, it was the start of a new feeling. The decision by the powers that be, that those monstrous crimes were not racially motivated, powered the new feeling.

            When Lee Rigby was run down, butchered with meat cleavers and beheaded by African moslems, in a London street in broad daylight in front of women and children … it was a game changer.

            The left have cried wolf about racism so often about such trivial things, that the combination of the above means the public are sick of hearing it.

            Real racism is still bad, of course, but people are sick of hearing about English victims of racism and being told that there is no such thing as being English while at the same time becoming a minority in their cities and major towns.

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        • 127
          ukrap says:

          Oh dear Guido, if this is the intellectual calibre of your current readership, you’re in fucking trouble mate.

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          • Athelstan says:

            This isn’t an intellectual issue. It’s more important than that. This is about the future of the country. It’s visceral. It’s emotional. After many years of pussy-footing about, the gloves are finally coming off.

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        • 367
          Julian Gibb says:

          Indigenous English you mean surely.

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        • 436
          Anonymous says:

          Spot on and you’re WRONG, Guido!

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        • 496
          oldseadog says:

          Sorry, Guido, we do. Get outside the M25 for a while, and not just for a pissup in Dublin.

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          Kick the foreign city of London out of England says:

          True. the London media is fcuked because people have stopped believing what they churn out. In a few years they will be reduced to just slagging each other off on twatter because no one will be buying their shitepaper.

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      • 99
        Jim says:

        No, the Media are targeting the backgrounds of any individuals identified as supporting UKIP. As they are not politicians they are sitting ducks in a row. The Sun got the Girl and their employee got the man.
        It is good to know they are so desperate and still not winning.

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      • 122
        Spartacus says:

        it smears. sorry i meant ‘it speaks’!

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      • 138
        ICM says:

        59% of the population hate ukip. 54% hate the LDs. Oh dear.

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      • 211
        Anonymous says:

        “We report, you decide.”

        “Those UKIP *Nutter* Tweets In Full”

        Yes, that’s some very balanced reporting right there, starting with the headline.

        Still, it is only a blog after all. Can’t even wrap your fish ‘n’ chips it in come tomorrow (unless you printed it out, which would a colossal waste of ink, especially if you’re using a inkjet — get a laser printer, you chav!).

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      • 217
        Fruitcake, swilvel eyed loon & closet racist and proud of it says:

        It’s in the title Fawkes.

        ‘Those UKIP tweets’

        ‘Those UKIP nutter tweets’

        That one little word exposes your agenda.

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          Socialism is theft says:

          Exactly. How is it Guido claims you are a nutter for using dubious language but not a nutter when you regularly grope a young person’s genitals?

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        Appearances Can Be Deceptive says:

        We report, you decide

        
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        DD D  I  S  I NNN N G   E_  NNN N UU UU OO OO UU UU  S   !!
        DD D  I   S I NN NN G G E   NN NN UU UU OO OO UU UU   S  !!
        DDD   I  SS I NN NN GGG EEE NN NN  UUU   OOO   UU    SS  !!
        

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      • 416
        Gheedough's boyfriend says:

        But you need to join the MSM in this case cos you want to get a few more TV invitaions, a few more columns for the Cuckold.

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    • 55
      Bloke says:

      Yes he has. Gaydo is all anti fox-hunting as well. Just another member of the metropolitan chattering classes, he’ll be all for the EU in a minute and want more progressive taxation.

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    • 74
      White rabbit says:

      Stockholm syndrome

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    • 75
      Norman Normal says:

      You can’t ignore a car crash like this, Guido is quite right to highlight it.

      I will probably still vote UKIP despite this irresponsible individual but it certainly doesn’t make it any easier.

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      • 86
        Romania forever! says:

        Fuck off you freak!

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          Norman Normal says:

          I’ve just been in Africa handing out old mobile phones and T-shirts so am aware of the disaster that awaits with the fully open immigration\asylum door.

          I draw the line at saying most Africans are bad because it plainly isn’t true. The good ones stay at home.

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        • 322
          Django says:

          With supporters like you whose arguments consist of nothing more than telling someone to “fuck off,” is it any wonder that UKIP will never be more than a protest vote. Yes I’ll hold my nose and vote UKIP at the Euros but after that no more. By the time Mr Fandango and Mr Lampratt shuffle off their mortal coils I doubt UKIP will ever have won a single Westminster seat.

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          • Jolly nice chap says:

            Well they ought to get/ seats, because they command far more support than the limp dims.

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          • Wayne says:

            Are you mentally challenged? The guy who said f-off is Romanian and obviously upset that the guy is going vote Ukip anyway. Making him one of your supporters you swelled eyed loon.

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      Socialism is a mental illness says:

      Yes, what’s the game Guido, do you want out of europe or not, tell us. That guy is no freak, he is right about Nigerians, if you go and shit up UKIP for tittle-tattle like this , you are out of here. Try shitting up the main parties for shitting on the British people, you cross-eyed fool.

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      • 118
        African Stew says:

        The problem he has is that he isn’t Ghanaian. If he were Ghanaian his views on Nigerans would be mainstream.

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    • 80
      Anonymous says:

      Perhaps you will let us know what year this all took place. Come onGuido, where is the transparency?

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    • 114
      Au contraire says:

      Guido is the establishment.

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    • 120
      Charmed I'm Sure says:

      Exactly. Expect a whole lot more of this in the run up to the Euro elections, Guido and his Dirty Bastard paymasters will be doing all they can to smear anything to do with UKIP. The fella in the video might have been a little heavy handed with the way he said things but as everyone here knows, he is so fucking right. When did being correct become a crime? The majority of Africa is a fucking cesspit of murderers and rapists. No amount of liberal guilt of Geldof’s good intentions will solve that. People, particularly the suit wearing scumfucks in Parliament really need to wake up and realise that the man in the street has had enough. It is time to tell it like it fucking is, if it offends the sensitive types, well, to be honest, fuck them, fuck them hard with baseball bats like Belladonna used to do before she went hardcore lesbo. I blew so many stones over her videos, she was doing gape movies before gape movies were a thing. I once saw her take a baseball bat up her shitter when she was heavily pregnant. Classy bitch. Now it’s all prolapses and enimas, how times have changed. Well typing all this has given me a massive stonker, I’m off to watch some off that degrading German GG piss porn. Have a nice day people.
      Oh yeah, vote UKIP

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      • 309
        Bert says:

        That was a sermon from the the Most Revd and Rt Hon Justin Welby, the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury.

        Let us pray.

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      • 375
        Julian Gibb says:

        I don’t think anyone has to help as regards smearing UKIP.

        As a campaigner for an independent Scotland I receive more abuse than the Nigerians here. It cheers me up no end.

        However I am truly amazed that over a third of the voting population of England is going to vote UKIP.

        English nationalism is good but Scottish nationalism is bad?
        Cheer up you will soon be rid of Europe and Scotland.

        A rUK free of Europe with a Tory/UKIP alliance in power. What could go wrong.

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        • 425
          Wayne says:

          We bought and paid for you beggars. You should have to pay that money back with interest and pay for the infrastructure. Since we own you your taxation what little you benefit scrounged pay doesn’t count.

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      • 401
        Bob Fleming says:

        Is that you Nell?

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        (That's enough Eds, Ed!) says:

        Dead right, mate!

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      • 511
        Llareggub says:

        Not all Africans are bad. I have made friends with a Nigerian Prince who has promised to deposit £15 million into my bank account.

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    • 133
      Dave's big maze says:

      Guido you oirish UKIP bully. Deep down you agree with this nutter

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    • 272

      Yes.
      Guido, you ought to know better.

      At the Libertarian Alliance Gala Dinner at the 2009 conference in the NLClub, you truly shone. I even shot a rather poor video of your keynote speech, which you kindly delivered.

      Have you been bought by the establishment, old fella? I wouldn’t blame you if that was so, for a guy has to take care of his family, and the GramscoFabiaNazis have all the money.
      And as that other bought-fella Lord Dannatt shows today, all the guns.
      But I’m sad about it.

      At least we can take comfort then, if it’s true, that pretty much it’s only the BritishPolitical-Enemyclass that reads you.

      The “Man On The Bootle-Southport Omnibus” certainly doesn’t read you…yet. Trust me: I live here. I’ve asked the voters and nobody’s ever heard of you.

      Hopefully he won’t start reading you till after 22nd May.

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  5. 5
    Nostradamus says:

    All sounds fair enough to me.

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  6. 6
    Jim says:

    WOW!
    First to find the killer blow against UKIP!
    That Conservative nutter never reached the Headlines until he joined UKIP either.
    Where did this one come from? The LibDems?

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    • 19
      Jim says:

      Fact Check: What were the year’s over which these were sent?
      Why publish such old news now?
      Who paid for the their publication?

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      • 30
        Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

        Who cares?

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        • 39
          Jim says:

          You need to know the context of your information surely? These tweets might be more than a year or two old.

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          • Londoner says:

            Or they may be last week. It doesn’t really matter. What’s said is said. the issue for Nigel is how he deals with it.

            And by the way, it is a legitimate question. Exactly how and when did Ed Miliband get his British citizenship if his father was a Belgian? May we see the evidence? If the evidence is produced, fair enough, but there is no reason why the question can’t be asked and the public satisfied on this issue. The same goes for Cameron and Clegg.

            What might alsslo be worth asking is what OTHER passports each of them is entitled to? Do they have divided loyalties, like Boris Johnson?

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          • Spartacus says:

            what’s said is cast iron

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          • Twat says:

            I’d like the context of the conversations and the dates.

            Remember Diane Abbott’s “out of context” racist tweets proved that shje was racist.
            Let’s see how these stack up.

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  7. 7
    U-skip says:

    What a tvrd!

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  8. 8
    Ethel of Purley says:

    I agree with everything he said and if that makes me a racist then that’s just too bad, so for me they can go and fuck themselves.

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      Anonymous says:

      I love you Ethel x

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    • 50
      Mrs Trellis in Salford says:

      Totally agree, dear.

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      • 92
        Old Blue Eyes says:

        Me too. If I thought there was the remotest chance that UKIP could form a government or be part of a coalition, that rant would make me more inclined to vote for them. As it is, the only way to stop a government led by Miliband and Balls (directed by Mcclusky) is to vote Conservative and that is what I shall be doing.

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        • 195
          The two muppets. says:

          Blue eyes ,I agree 100%.

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        • 378
          Julian Gibb says:

          What is a conservative? I’ve never seen one of them.

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        • 449
          Village Idiot says:

          …Voting conservative;…for one thing the conservative party does not exist under the present leader!
          ….Also,the party you refer to,is pro EU,they had 5 yrs to set the wheels in motion,but it seems you have fallen for their promise of cake tomorrow!
          ….Still,you vote how you feel,as will the rest of us!

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      • 222
        Colin Sell says:

        Me too.

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  9. 9
    DynoRod Dave, Shitshifter to the Clergy says:

    These views may have lost a few votes but they probably have gained a few more. All it takes is for Nigel to fire his arse, regain the lost votes, and it’s a net win for UKIP.

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      Persona non grata says:

      I have been thinking of hiring a skip to dispose of a bit of unused crap, I now know that it wouldn’t be suitable for my needs, as I need to get rid of a few old TV’s, thanks.

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  11. 11
    Tony Smooth says:

    BW is mental case.
    I know. I used to live next door to one.

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  12. 12
    Archie Bishop says:

    Not our own anonymous though?

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      Anonymous says:

      No, it was someone who usually uses a proper moniker but didn’t want BW all over him later. He’s a bit like a Muslim, wrong and stupid but too much of a nuisance to simply ignore. So I’m staying anon here.

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    Keitho says:

    Dude seems quite mainstream. Why the fuss?

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  14. 14
    Archie Bishop says:

    Love the….taking it up the arris , comment!

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  15. 15
    Everyone after the EU referendum says:

    Soon we will all be buying Nigel a farewell pint. Can’t wait!

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  16. 17
    Anonymous says:

    Did he say something wrong ?

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  17. 18
    Pop Larkin says:

    Now the media spotlight are turned on them UKIP are wilting like a lettuce leaf in the Kentish sunshine. Always knew they would!

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    • 27
      Jim says:

      You know nothing Mr Snow.
      The Wall will not be held by lies and manipulation.

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    • 48
      jgm2 says:

      Oh really?

      You reckon he’s expressing anything other than the views of the average Brit when they’re not being monitored (although he obviously was being monitored?

      It’s all a bit of fun for the bedwetters outlawing ‘racism’ but the fact is that it (racism) is an entirely natural state of being. Being suspicious of people who are different. And the reason evolution has made us that way is that people who are ‘different’, who live ‘over there’ and suddenly show up on your doorstep generally want to help themselves to what’s yours.

      Which is precisely what all those who went along with this multi-culti shit either out of ideological fervour or fear of jail for asking what the fuck was going on are now finding out in spades.

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      • 82
        worker drone 22 says:

        I’ve said it once, I’ll say it again, what the UKIP bloke has said would be tame in comparison to what is said every day in the factory where I work.

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        • 228
          Dave T says:

          So right mate,I work as a bricklayer,Owen Jones and his ilk would have a fucking stroke after 5 mins.

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        • 382
          Julian Gibb says:

          I never hear such comments but I’m in Scotland.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Riiiiiight. And you never hear any such comments?

            Really?

            I used to live in Fucking Scotalnd and, apart from the casual racism towards the English, they actually had to have warning signs on the motorway to remind them to ‘Don’t take drugs and dr*i*ve’ and ‘Stop beating up the blacks’.

            Okay, they didn’t phrase it as ‘Stop beating up the blacks’ it was more nuanced than that but it amounted to ‘Stop beating up the blacks’.

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      • 161
        Concerned Taxpayer says:

        I see they have broadband in Rampton now. Not sure I like my taxes being wasted like this.

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      • 281
        Golly says:

        Exactly. The problem is that the bedwetters who outlawed ‘racism’ have defined it and all their other favourite “isms” and “phobias” so broadly that the terms are now meaningless. Its aim is thought control by the digital curtain twitchers.

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    Dougal MacDougal of that ilk says:

    He strikes me as writing a lot of these tweets tongue firmly in cheek. They are amusing and deliberately politically correct. None of them is a UKIP policy or call to action. Tories and Labour are FULL of ridiculous people saying barmy things like that Tory MP that dressed up as a Nazi or Labour people coming out with vile haste speech when Mrs Thatcher died. Or indeed going to PRISON for stealing their expenses!!!

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    • 43
      Tom Catesby. says:

      What’s this got to do with voting UKIP to try and get a referendum?

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    • 410
      Ed Bollocks says:

      “that Tory MP that dressed up as a Nazi”

      Don’t forget the Labour Shadow Chancellor who dressed up as a nazi, and the prince of the realm who dressed up as a nazi, and the chancellor of the German Reich who dressed up as a nazi.

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  19. 21
    Anonymous says:

    make him the next PM

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  20. 22
    Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

    He should have blackened his face up and prattled on about the moors but don’t mention the Merchant of Venice.

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    • 34
      I did tell you this wasn't a UKIP site. says:

      Also slavery was practiced for centuries by Arabs and Africans before the white man came, I don’t see them standing up to the plate and apologising.

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      • 37
        Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

        True.

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      • 67
        Tom Catesby. says:

        I certainly would not apologise as a white Englishman, for the practice of slavery what the f^ck has it got to do with me? Incidently, a brief history lesson for the professionally offended.. Slavery was practiced by all dominant races and cultures almost from the dawn of human history, I never hear calls for apologies from these races, the Arabs or the Africans for example…. 16th/19th century slavery would not have worked, certainly not on the scale it did, if the European slaving nations had not had the full,active and enthusiastic co-operation of black Africans, who had sold black slaves to the Arabs, before the arrival of the white man. Don’t hear much talk of apologies about that.

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        • 77
          jgm2 says:

          I’d have thought that compared to the reality of living in Africa that the Africans of the US, Canada and the Caribbean should be fucking well thanking white people for removing them from such a shit, incompetently run continent as Africa.

          Same as Iraq.

          No fucking thanks.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            Muhammed Ali echoed that thought when he visited Zaire.

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          • jgm2 says:

            Muhammed Ali can fuck off too. Fucking idiot. Named by his own mother as Cassius Clay, in memory of an abolitionist, he changes his fucking name to that of a guy who actually encouraged slavery. And his religion to one that which actively encourages the taking of slaves.

            Fucking idiot.

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      • 485
        It woz them wot dun it says:

        The barbary pirates (aka the Berbers) were moslem slavers who took white Europeans for slaves, even from Britain and Ireland.

        White slaves to Berber moslems

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        • 499
          Norma Stitz says:

          Almost the whole population of Baltimore in SW Ireland was taken as slaves by Moorish pirates in one night. When a ‘rescue mission’ was funded twenty years later to try and buy them back from Algiers, some had done so well as senior slaves, heads of household etc that they preferred to stay!

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  21. 24
    Anonymous says:

    Polly won’t like that. Tuscany???????

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  22. 25
    The general public says:

    He was obviously a ‘plant’….or a ‘sleeper’, as MI5 used to call Russian agents! We see through everything & still vote for Nigel ‘Teflon’ Farage. You see, UKIP policy is clear & he is clearly not on message! The public see this & still vote UKIP!

    Vote UKIP on May 22nd!

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    • 32
      B3 says:

      +1 It was only a matter of time.

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    • 36
      Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

      F.U.D.

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    • 146
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      It’s obvious to most, more UKIP attacks to come no doubt.

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    • 495
      Persona non grata says:

      Exactly. The bloke is weeks away from a nice little job (possibly) with plenty of expenses for doing virtually sweet FA, and he has a meltdown like this. There’s Robert Plant, there’s Egg plant, and now this plant. FU LibLabCon. And Dave stop sending me F*cking begging letters, and asking me to be part of your conversation, I am not interested, how many times. Moron.

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  23. 28
    Simon Deacon says:

    Aha, I bet he’s the wingnut who floods this website with “bumsex” messages.

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    • 35
      Wing nut says:

      Bumsex

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      • 71
        almond says:

        it’s sophie’s choice. honey is on both but jasmine across tye road stinks. she needs to jazz up. YSL.
        it’s all about who has the bigger nut. play with the nerves in thy gums. go on be fearless. only then would it be possible to discover “the sound of music”. so how big is tom daly’s nut. does integrity matter?

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    • 42
      Bumsex Marriage Police says:

      Get back to Dave’s cock.

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  24. 29
    I did tell you this wasn't a UKIP site. says:

    I may not agree with what he said, but I’ll defend his right to say it.

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  25. 31
    Rotherhampoofta says:

    UKIP’s over the target we’re taking flak, bomb doors open…Nige she’s all yours!

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  26. 33
    Anonymous says:

    Wait, so Miliband, who’s only born in the UK isn’t a true Brit, but a guy who was born and raised in Africa is? Racist scumbag logic to me.

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    • 38
      Nick G says:

      Idiot.

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    • 40
      Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

      Hunta Kinti.

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    • 54
      jgm2 says:

      Oh look. You called somebody a ‘racist’. Does this mean you ‘win’?

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    • 63
      Just Saying. says:

      He said he was born in the UK. Do wake up.

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    • 95
      JadedJean15 says:

      Tolerance and fairness is a way of using many minority groups (ethnic, gender, sex etc) to undermine the majority who do not fall into any of those minority groupings. It’s classic class warfare, an anarchistic political technique of waging demographic warfare to bring about a change in the status quo. It should be obvious which the target group is by exclusion.

      What we have seen over recent decades is all sorts of minority groups encouraged to pursue their own personal collective interests where in fact they have been serving those of another elite. Follow the money and statistics (just use CHI SQUARE) by group to see the emerging inequality.

      As I say, it is classic. It counts on the used groups seeing no further than their own short term self-interests at the expense of the larger collective.

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      • 102
        Peter Kropotkin says:

        “an anarchistic political technique of waging demographic warfare”

        What a load of total bollocks. You clearly know nothing whatsoever about Anarchism.

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        • 154
          JadedJean15 says:

          For years now people have been miss-describing National Socialism as right-wing when it is left-wing. You live in a right-wing, anarchistic liberal-democracy where you are conned into finding statism repugnant, as they regulate. Geddit?

          Most of the electorate is so confused it doesn’t know how to vote – hence the mess we are in.

          Lots of people have been expensively educated to be very confused about all this (drugs helped, as did booze etc) that serves the money makers and lenders just fine…as does mass low-skilled immigration and dysgenic fertility. Why else do you think we’re in such an awful mess?

          Wake up.

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          • A Tulip says:

            I think you have spouted this kind of drivel on here before. I recall that someone recommended you go and read a book. Did you? If so, it’s not showing yet. Can you try another one?

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          • A Tulip says:

            I think you have spouted this kind of rot on here before. I recall that someone recommended you go and read a book. Did you? If so, it’s not showing yet. Yoyu still don’t seem to understand the meaning of big words. Can you try another one?

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          • jgm2 says:

            You cannot have an ‘anarchic -democracy’ It’s like having a straight lesbian or an international domestic phonecall or an honest politician. They’re the direct fucking opposite.

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          • JadedJean16 says:

            But the financial markets were deregulated during Thatcher’s tenure (anarchism means without rule).

            And do you remember Blair’s letter to the then head of the FSA (Callum McCarthy) back in 2005?

            FSA blasts Blair for ‘damaging’ speech

            http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/2916849/FSA-blasts-Blair-for-damaging-speech.html

            Blair told him to back off with the regulation. McCarthy wasn’t around for much longer after that spat.

            It was a case of yet more deregulation…or else!

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            De-reguation does not mean without rule.

            Plenty of regulation out there.

            Just no enforcement of that regulation.

            The use of minority interests to invert majority rule is a classic divide and rule. Similar was done in many ex-colonies, notably R’wanda and S’yria: A’lawite minority in one ruling over majority Syr!an, T’utsi over H’utu in the other.

            Look at where that has led.

            Guess process in UK has started with those who deviate from normal social norms, and will be replaced in due course once a credible minority ethnic group emerges which has the numbers and economic clout.

            That is why the !slamic’s and the elite’s relationship with them should be watched very carefully.

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          • JadedJean15 says:

            The problem is birth rate, the emergency solution was immigration. Here is one other thing to look into when thinking about the vilification of Islam in ‘the war on terror’.

            “The bar on interest-bearing financial contracts is easy to understand as in medieval world, interest was a tool of social exploitation. Islam is based on brotherhood: one cannot possibly be charging interest from one’s brother.”

            Source:

            http://www.vinodkothari.com/islamic_finance.htm

            This, I suggest, is why Wall Street and the Financial Service Sector in general has been so hostile to Islam and why in turn, New York City and London have been at the at the centre of the Western pole of the ‘the war on terror’. The ‘war on terror’ is, at root, the old war on socialism, i.e. war on those who are anti-libertarian or free-market, which is largely based on financing via securitisation. The site above covers securitisation, essentially, how to borrow money on nothing-but-promises of what-will-be-if, without personally taking much personal risk whilst dumping the latter on unsuspecting others. How did the people who developed Facebook etc make so much money? People who take high risks like this, are, as many have said likely to be without social conscience, which looks like it’s genetic and untreatable (see psychopathy). Was this why the former USSR and China were so hard on ‘enemies of the people’, and why some people in the West were so hostile to those governments ‘persecuting’ their kin?

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            The main reason for Western finance’s hostility towards the muzzies were their repeated attempts to attack the Western financial system.

            Two attempts at least put into the public domain between 1993 and 2001, the second one being spectacularly successful. (However, the muzzies did not demolish the towers – they only smashed the planes in).

            There should be no problem between Christ!an and Musl!m : We both share belief in the same Mess!ah – !slam is explicitly destined to assist !sa in defeating S’atan – helping the Chr!stians as we face our common enemy.

            In understanding what is motivating both sides one should perhaps recall why exactly J’esus cast the idol worshippers and money lenders from the temple, and then the price he paid for doing that.

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    • 193
      John Bellingham says:

      That’s funny-a lot of bedwetters in the MSM are saying the IDENTICAL words–did you get it from them, or did they get it from you?
      He is a Rhodie. They are BRITISH, always were.

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    • 480
      Daffy, Witney says:

      No mention of Tony Colston-Hayter either

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  27. 41
    The approaching stench of human excrement, humbug and hypocrisy says:

    ‘Dave’ will soon be here. He’s going to say

    “Trust me to PUT RIGHT all the things that UKIP have no hope of doing about the EUSSR – and I think you know me well enough by now”

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  28. 44
    Raving Loon says:

    If UKIP can withstand ”bongo bongo” land, they can take this. Roll on 22nd May.

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    • 486
      It woz them wot dun it says:

      “bongo bongo land” was a Tory utterance – Alan Clark originally

      one of Guido’s best mates (probably).

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  29. 44
    Dopey Will Straw & The Double Standards Labour Party. says:

    Stuff ukip!

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  30. 47
    Not an even playing field says:

    How many years til we know the full truth about Cyril Smith – just asking.

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  31. 49
    Pick litter for bennies says:

    A small step in May starts the uncoupling of the UK and theEU.Just think,we can regain our own borders and repatriate all undesirables,stop sending child allowances for Polish kids,pay no benefits to EU welfare scrounges in this country,free industry from EU red tape,etc,etc.The LibLabCon EU gravy train would come to a shuddering halt.No wonder the self interest groups have got their backsides twitching and are doing anything to preserve the status quo by slagging off UKIP.

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  32. 56
    Dambuster says:

    He’s hardly high profile but then nobody is in UKIP beyond Farage.

    Now you can see why they don’t want to let anyone else into the limelight.

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  33. 58
    Where are Tony Blair's expenses says:

    The MSM AND Lib/LabCon are really in panic mode with their daily attacks on UKIP.

    They really just don’t get what the average man or woman in the street feels about mass immigration and being ruled from Brussels

    Each attack just adds more voters to the UKIP camp.

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  34. 59
    • 299
      Anonymous says:

      Blair is gutted that we didn’t invade Syria, well how incredibly fucking surprising.

      And no Chillcot report until after the election because it would be bad for LD, Labour and Con.

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  35. 66
    JH238938409328-0 says:

    Outside Hampstead dinner parties, those sentiments would be agreed with up and down the land.

    Yes, they would. Even if only privately.

    But let’s all pretend to be outraged shall we. Yeah, OK.

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  36. 68
    Modbot Watch says:

    Have just noticed something. As far as I can tell, if you write M u s l i m without spaces, in that spelling, it will cause the modbot to delete the entire series of comments back to the top one. What a fine way to shut down your opponents — makes Comment is Free look, well, free.

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    • 83
      Modbot Watch says:

      This is supposed to be a reply to 68. See the misplaced comment 52 below: this was the one that caused the previous ones to be deleted. This blog becomes sillier daily, and it’s not all down to the commenters.

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      • 324
        Blowing Whistles says:

        You shoould see the fucking ‘timelocked’ screenshots i took the other night when the ether monsters attacked overnight. By comparison to the blog the day after – well fuck me if the establishments grey suits didn’t creep in overnight.

        Good night.

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        • 341
          Blowing Whistles says:

          I have taken a photograph of this. Haha!

          It is stored in my underground control centre at Khao Phing Kan. My dwarf henchman will press the global destruct button if any harm comes to me.

          Beware all you IMPOSTERS out there!

          I am Blowing Whistles.

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  37. 69
    Nonbeliever says:

    The media circus are looking at their whole ‘industry’ crumbling. They’ve seen over the cliff and don’t fancy their chances in the promised land…

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  38. 73
    Ockham's Razor says:

    Ignore this irrelevant noise-off. Let us run the next general election with the following ballot paper:

    
    ╔══════════════════════════════════════════════════╗
    ║                                                  ║
    ║  □ Corporatist/Statist/Regulatory/Eurocentric/   ║
    ║         Interventionist/Paternalistic Parties    ║
    ║                                                  ║
    ║  □ Individual Responsibility and Freedom Party   ║
    ║                                                  ║
    ║                                                  ║
    ║             Please tick one                      ║
    ║                                                  ║
    ╚══════════════════════════════════════════════════╝
    

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    • 93
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      In practice UKIP may be a bit more corporatist than they at first appear.

      Not a bad thing: The distinguishing feature is that UKIP’s corporatism is very likely not the EU centric crony-corporatism (communitarian) that has been causing trouble of late.

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      • 112
        Ockham's Razor says:

        It is the same argument that was used against the title of the Independent when it was launched. There is nothing that is truly independent.

        Providing that is remembered and, in our seriousness, we don’t run the risk of lapsing into parody, then I agree with you – it is no bad thing.

        Marks and Spencer under Simon Marks grew from the Penny Bazaars into being the foremost retailer in the UK, a position it lost some time back. It was done by a ferocious attention to detail and excellence.

        As with anything made by man, it was not perfect but considering that huge growth took place after the privations of World War II (which did not cease immediately war was over), it stood as testimony of how a wealth creating business could do good by its customers. No questions money refund needed a good base to work from.

        One of my interests is to examine whether we can ever replicate this sort of situation again in the face of the understandable cynicism which abounds. Or is all truly lost?

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        • 130
          C O (Ξ7q1) says:

          Any serious political party that looks to run the UK needs to accommodate and be on level terms with certain corporate interests.

          One of the other benefits of a UKIP government is that it would help to restore a healthier proximity between corporate and government interests.

          Government and Corporate worlds will always be slightly intertwined, but the knot which developed under Labour and currently still exists is in no ones interest.

          Would be interesting to see the effect of the lobbyists if UKIP do get into power, or polls closer to 2015 show they do.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            The effect on the lobby groups – I should add – will likely be reported on this blog first. Looking forward to it :-)

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          • Economist says:

            Methinks you are way behind the curve

            You say government and corporate worlds will always be slightly intertwined

            I would say that the corporate world has clearly taken over the Government and not just in Britain

            Who decides policy on sanctions on Russia?

            Who decides tax policy?

            Who has bought all senior politicians directly or indirectly?

            And where will any rule of law or national interest come from in the balkanised UK political landscape?

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            One starts from the premise in which corporations provide much, but not all, of the wealth creation of a nation.

            The unholy alliance between government and business, directly against the interests of the individual, is my personal sticking point.

            This situation magnified itself so many times under the Labour Reign of Terror that many people have no idea about what an ethical approach might entail.

            My suggestion is that you need to define what that “slightly intertwined” actually means. What are its scope and limits?

            I am not thinking about the current lobbying aspect, awful though it is. It is about the extent to which influence can be wielded by whatever means, the safeguards which need to be in place, the effectiveness of the regulatory regimes (where they are actually needed at all – and they are in some circumstances), the evaluation of what constitutes monopoly power, the detachment of the politicians, the absence of revolving doors, this list can be extended almost for ever.

            There is an awful lot of ground to colour in here.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            That is a result of the shoddy communitarian system that is currently in place – and also which is really the philosophy behind the EU.

            The corporates do not run government – that is a disingenuous lie put out by governments to excuse their own policy failures.

            Similarly, governments do not completely control corporates.

            They are much closer and in a more symbiotic relationship at present – as per the distortion of political economy which is present in the communitarian model (we call this colloquially ‘crony capitalism’), but it is a mistake to believe or think one has control over the other.

            The normalization of that relationship back to where it was pre Blair is what I am really speaking about, and that is what is coming up next one way or another.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            I agree wholly with your last paragraph.

            But it does still need spelling out – which is the crux of my point here.

            This is essential whether or not we remain in Europe, which is largely a separate issue altogether.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            We are probably saying the same thing from two different angles.

            Staying in the EU is a though a central part of the problem.

            The reason being that the EU facilitates a large part of the problem at a Federal level. One needs to consider more carefully what the effects of the EU tax-domicile rules for example are really meant to have, and why European corporates do not seem fazed by the rampant mis-allocation of tax revenues that happens within the EU.

            The EU has predominately subverted UK corporate interests against the UK, a situation repeated across most member states if examined.

            UK exiting the EU will fix that and also remove the crux which keeps the communitarian alive in the UK.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Maybe.

            You will know that I am not trying to say the EU is not a problem, far from it.

            But we do have to have a clear idea of what the relation between corporations and national government is. For that issue , we can rest the EU problem to one side. We are in the “ought” part for now, not the “is”. You know exactly what I mean.

            A cup of tea may consist of tea, water, sugar and milk. Once made, you cannot separate those ingredients. I am inviting you to throw away the cup of tea and start over.

            How do we go about defining that relationship and putting limits on it? Monopolies regulation? Certainly. Quality of goods and services? In some cases, yes. What banks have to maintain in reserves? Certainly. Can they make representations to government? Vital. Can they employ a sacked or otherwise ex-minister or MP? Here is where the difficulty really starts.

            How should individual tax agreements with multi-nationals or ultra-rich individuals of any nationality be conducted? Huge area with much scope for conflict of interest.

            And so it goes on. All these will still require addressing, even if we leave the EU. Blair threw away the book.

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          • Blowing Whistles says:

            it’s all about conspiracy theories innit – so what if [repeat] IF that EU monster is in ‘reality’ actually run out of London (and via other routes) in fact … wouldn’t it make a lot of the dots join up?

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            @BW: Privately agree – but L’ondon is losing its grip on two fronts: Both the EU and the US. Think about the US implications, and then go as conspiracy as you like: They are mostly not theories, but were fact.

            @OR: Healthy Relationship between Corps and Govts should be very easy to identify – one can look to the US. CEO’s of major manufacturers show up on private jets to beg for bail out – Congress tells them to p!ss off, then listens when they show up in their cars.

            It’s a respect thing: The representatives of the people have ultimate veto.

            UK just needs to dust off and study the archives from the 1980′s to re-learn where things should be, look to the 70s for how the situation can go wrong, and the late 90s / 2000′s period to figure out where not to go again.

            The financial sector is currently most broken but that is mainly due to exposure of the corrupting effect of the current political economy.

            Recall for example how people were warning about moral hazard / tax payer bailouts ? The effects of that are being reaped now – see B’arclays AGM.

            Only way to fix is to allow some of the ‘TBTF’s’ to fail, and replace them with new. The TBTF’s can safely fail provided their major VI’s are stripped of power: In the case of the UK that would entail serious reform of the HoL to start with.

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    • 94
      Anonymous says:

      Presumably you think old labkip is the second option?

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      • 97
        Ockham's Razor says:

        You must have a very good reason for saying that.

        Would you like to share it with me?

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        • 113
          Anonymous says:

          Zero hours, bedroom subsidy, nationalisation (eg. RM), protectionism, old labour style posters, flat tax gone, etc etc. Get the idea? If not google red ukip.

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          • Ockham's Razor says:

            Fair enough. I have an idea where you are coming from now. My aversion to anything Lab, which has done so much damage to this country, is absolute. This made me question you.

            But I note your usage of terms, and avoidance of others, which suggests to me that it is not a dogmatic position but one which is instructed by real concerns.

            The interesting thing about libertarianism is that it draws from the right and left in traditional terms.

            It is my belief that freedom carries with it some responsibilities. These are not so much state imposed but which apply naturally.

            Does that accord with your view?

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          • Anonymous says:

            Small state libertarian and diametrically opposed to the Labour party. I share your ideal.

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  39. 78
    Immer Wieder says:

    How convenient! A Ukip member says something outrageously offensive and the media only goes and bloody reports it! The media must be to blame.

    Vote Ukip to stop the EUSSR immigrants and all that libertarian free market low tax stuff we forgot about before we came a nanny-state “why isn’t the government doing anything” protest party.

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  40. 88
    C O (Ξ7q1) says:

    Don’t see anything wrong with the tweets – but good to report.

    He is not advocating violence, etc., just stating honest opinion and some facts.

    However:

    i) !slam is not a S’atanic religion.
    - Expressing desire for Muzzies to leave anglo-countries is fine as Muzzies generally call for Westerners to get out of their Holy lands. Difference is, this tweeter is not running suicide bomb / terror campaigns against the Muzzies.

    ii) The Polish did help out the UK a lot during WWII: They may not know precisely what is best for Britain, but they should be regarded as friends. Given undue advantage in the workplace and free entry to UK labour markets is a whole different question.

    iii) He has a distorted view of Afr!ca because he was a white kid growing up there. His view is not far from the truth, but is that of an outsider.

    iv) Cameron takes it up the arse from more than just Muzzies.

    Ok – so can someone now please explain why I should not vote for someone who is not afraid to express their actual views rather than a bullshit PC version ? As a local council candidate, if he is in tune with the people and can deliver, then if the people there vote him in, so what ?

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    • 158
      Londoner says:

      He’s not helpful mainly because he’s a distraction. The key question is Europe. He should be focussed on that. All the other stuff is interesting exotica which has nothing to do with Europe.

      As for reflecting his electorate, I don’t know how representative he is. Most people I know are a tad more sophisticated than this guy, but too many tweets do make a twat, as Cameron warned some time ago. Maybe his views are this cut and dried. I don’t work on a building site and he does.

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      • 239
        C O (Ξ7q1) says:

        Agreed on the tweet / twat and what he should be campaigning on.

        Also agree that his reasoning is not very sophisticated.

        But then the majority of the country is not particularly sophisticated in its thinking and opinion on these matters – realization and understanding of that is not a bad thing. Denial of this reality is a consequence of PC doctrine which has just about run its course now.

        My only point is, just because he expresses some straight down to earth views, and without any extreme epithets or violent language which could incite a response involved, then why should anyone be particularly offended.

        If he has broken UKIP party rules / policy – then the decision to suspend etc. is fine, but the notion that I or anyone else should automatically be in line with some unidentified majority of opinion in condemning just for this type of expression is pretty much the root of everything that has gone wrong with the country since about 1997.

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        • 488
          Wittgeinstein's pointless bullshit says:

          When you are having your face ground in diversity (thanks to Mr Straw),
          on a daily basis, you don’t need sophisticated reasoning to wish it to stop.

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  41. 91
    Anon. says:

    Amazing how fast Farage acted,credit where credit is due. That is in total contrast to other parties.

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    • 134
      Spartacus says:

      we shall fight them on the beaches;
      we shall fight them in the towns and villages;

      we shall never resign

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    • 333
      Anonymous says:

      I agree. Farage didn’t even have time to go to a pub to make the announcement.

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  42. 98
    West Midlands Tory says:

    FFS when are the idiots going to vote tory again and stop voting UKIP?

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    • 397
      Delusional thinking says:

      Try getting rid of Cameron, some of his policies, and have him apologise for smears?

      Not every disaffected Conservative is a fruitcake, swivel-eyed loon, or racist (closet or otherwise). But Cameron and his cohorts revelled in those personal slurs.

      Even you refer to them as “the idiots”, yet expect them to vote for him again?

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    • 491
      You're having one of those laugh things says:

      Which idiots are you referring to?

      The tories got 36.1% of a 65.1% turnout at the last general election.

      In other words, 76.5% of the electerate did not vote Tory last time, and that was at the height of Cameron’s popularity.

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  43. 99
    Nutter who needs a job says:

    I can’t stop writing comments about gay sex on this blog. Am I gay?

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    • 137
      Schrödinger's cat's pussy says:

      They’re all closet queens on here so you’re not alone babe.

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    • 354
      Anonymous says:

      No, you’re just a K ipper. They’re all completely obsessed with gay sex. Must be something to do with their public school upbringing.

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      • 492
        Oh look, another twat says:

        Hah!

        “Kippers are all aged 65+”
        “Kippers are all teenagers”
        “Kippers are only working class and poorly educated”
        “Kippers are all privileged public schoolers”

        and still the bollocks keeps coming.

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  44. 101
    Lee says:

    They should let him stand. That may produce a very uncomfortable result.

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  45. 103
    Owen Jones says:

    I’m a twat.

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  46. 104
    Bachelor boy says:

    This bloke is just stating a proscribed narrative which courses through every pub, club and private conversation in the UK. The native public is seething. Thus UKIP flourishes. Good.

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  47. 106
    Mornington Crescent says:

    And how bad is this compared with, say:
    Drunkenly sexually assaulting other men (Con)
    Drunkenly assaulting others (Lab)
    Rampant, unchecked ch1ld abus3 (Lib)
    Industrial-scale expenses fr@ud (Lib, Lab, Con)

    Do tell.

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    • 147
      Willow Pattern says:

      It’s bad. But not fatal. The issue is Europe. What this loon thinks about Nigeria or slavery is irrelevant to the bigger question at hand.

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  48. 109
    Ivy Trellis says:

    Bravo to Standard Life and to the other protesting investors at Barclays’ AGM.

    Pity that other major institutional investors will have voted by proxy in favour of the bonus payments.

    Could it be that they’re all in it together?

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    • 116
      P l e b says:

      They have no idea, and undoubtedly don’t care in the slightest, what human scum they actually are. In many ways, they’re the lowest form of life… demonstrating courage at nothing except increasing their own pay, no integrity whatsoever with their banks continually lambasted for cheating, lying, and plain old stealing, and loyalty only to their own kind… scum kind…. All the while they talk down to everyone else pretending they know what’s going on, until it all goes wrong one day, when they will claim that they never had a clue.

      Really. Pond scum

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    • 124
      Sunny Dee says:

      A simple change in the rates of income tax would put paid to this nonsense.
      Tax rate for earnings above £250,000 should be raised to 50%
      Tax rate for earnings above £500,000 should be raised to 60%
      Tax rate for earnings above £750,000 should be raised to 70%
      Tax rate for earnings above £1,000,000 should be raised to 80%

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      • 140
        Bert Laffer says:

        why not do what labour did in the 70s and go straight to 97.5 pct?

        90 odd pct in britain and 30 pct in the states – i think it was called the brain drain.

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      • 493
        Enquirer says:

        Why?

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      • 507
        Conrad says:

        The problem with advocating tax increases for other people on higher earnings than oneself is that eventually these higher taxes will fall on you or your children. Governments rely on fiscal drag-a combination of inflation and static tax thresholds-to ensnare everyone in the higher rate. Inheritance tax for example once fell on the very wealthiest in society, now it falls on a great many people of fairly middling means. Want a mansion tax on the rich? The way house prices are rising how long before it falls on ‘ordinary’ people of fairly average means ?

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  49. 110
    ss says:

    Can not disagree with his words that is why I am voting UKIP in may.

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  50. 117
    Big D says:

    Id vote for the bloke and so will others.
    Bet many Tories and Old Labour types agree with everything he’s tweeted .

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  51. 121
    Ivy Trellis says:

    Greed Greed Greed of Bankers. Why are the taxpayer not getting a bonus for baling them out in 2008. The Government sit back and do nothing Cameron Osborne Clegg and Cable have their snouts deep in the City trough as well. The general public keeps picking up the tab in Austerity and poor wages and savers get screwed with low interest rates on their savings. I never ever thought i would ever have to live in a Banana Republic. How much longer are the punters going to accept they are getting ripped off

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    • 135
      Not Not Blowing Whistles says:

      The board of Barclays simply do not (and I suspect in most other banks)
      a) give a toss
      b) are completely in denial to the millions of people they have put in financial difficulties caused by their arrogant, greedy and scandalous behaviour when the global financial crisis hit us all
      And
      c)have no shame nor any intention of ever actually acknowledging they caused the problem.

      It’s about time they had a good kick in the bollocks and a slapping down. Fair play to Standard Life, for taking their stance. Cameron and Osborne haven’t the guts to do it.

      The general public are sick to their back teeth of these arrogant tossers just running rough shod over every one and the way they blatantly continue to line their own pockets with these so called performance bonuses, whilst there are hundreds of thousands of decent families that are now reduced to charity handouts at food banks across the country.

      Personally I think every bank or financial institution should be made to provide funds from their own profits and the bonuses of these idiots running them, to run these food banks until the economy they have f&@ked up has recovered and the use of these food banks has dropped to pre-crisis levels of use.

      Yes, yes, of course pigs will need to fly first, but it would be a valuable lesson and the people of the UK who are affected by these idiots playing with their ‘fun money’, would perhaps feel a little bit of justice in this

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        Economist says:

        + 1000

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      • 207
        Not Blowing Whistles says:

        Not being a deposit holder with B’arclays, a share holder or indeed an employee or using any of their products, how exactly have B’arclays directly affected me ?

        Not denying that some of their business units are dodgy as fuck operations, but other than helping keep L’IBOR down for a bit (which worked in my favour), what have they actually done wrong to those wise enough to avoid them ?

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    • 149
      jgm2 says:

      What a bout the public sector. A million of the fuckers recruited overnight in 2001/2. Their salaries entirely paid out of borrowed money from that day to this. 13 years of borrowing to keep them fuckers in pay-rises and corner offices. An average of at least 30bn a year to pay the c*unts. And that’s just the 1,000,000 extra. Let alone the ones we had already.

      Time, I think, for a windfall tax on the public sector.

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        JadedJean15 says:

        But which sector borrowed most of the money from the banks to finance their bubble economics?

        It was the private sector that was bailed out by the taxpayers.

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        • 177
          JadedJean15 says:

          That’s what far-right libertarians (anarchists/neocons) do. They bust states. In the UK, the high private debt (largely corporate debt, not domestic mortgages and credit card debt as 14 million home owners at under £200,000 a home doesn’t account for the problematic debt even if that 200K is doubled for lifetime interest), necessitated state bail-out of the private sector, which had been loaned to much by the banks. Note most of the public sector has already been privatised over the past 30 years, although this generation can’t see that.

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          • A Llibertarian says:

            Can’t blame libertarians for that.

            Can blame quasi-socialist control freak government which refused to smell the coffee and allow the market to correct and itself shrink.

            All government did by bailing out the corporates that should have gone to the wall was to kick the can further down the road and dig a much deeper fiscal hole for the people to be trapped in.

            The libertarians offer a minimally painful way out of this mess, but whilst the socialists still have the majority convinced that their failed ideology can improve the world, the horror show will continue.

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          jgm2 says:

          The banks ‘bailout’ was 60bn quid. The public sector debt at the time was 500bn quid.

          Remind me again who the taxpayer has been subsidising.

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          • Economist says:

            The banksters are the biggest benefit frauds of the lot

            60bn quid and still counting…plus QE etc

            They should be in jail in large numbers

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          • jgm2 says:

            QE and low interest rates are merely to keep voters in the homes for which they paid several hundred thousand pounds too much.

            If the banks had been allowed to fail those houses would, like Ir*el*and, be available now for 25% of the price and everybody would be much happier not having to mor*t*g*age 25 years of their life for a roof over their heads when they could now pay it off in six years.

            But y’all blamed the banks. And then, instead of leaving them fail (and allowing the pr*ice of your home to fall by 75% – but – get this – you could buy it back for 25%) you all paid a couple of thousand quid extra to the banks in ‘bailout’ so you could then continue to pay the interest on your £1/4 million loan.

            And you did this not to bail out the banks as you were told. But so that Labour MPs property portfolios wouldn’t lose any value.

            Ha ha- fucking-ha.

            A nation of fucking imbeciles.

            Labour MP’s property portfolios propped up with 60bn of taxpayer money. And they even managed to convince you that they did it to ‘save the banks’.

            Hahahahah.

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          • C O (Ξ7q1) says:

            QE was for more than that.

            It is an important part of the debt management strategy to keep bond yields down and manageable.

            If those yields had gone up, see Spa!n etc. for details.

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  52. 128
    Wake up or it's Ed and Ed in 2015! says:

    UKIP are not going to win marginal constituencies in 2015!

    It’s Labour or the Tories. Labour or the Tories people. Got that?

    Ed Miliband or Cameron?

    Your choice. But I tell you here and now. If Miliband wins I’m off on the first plane!

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      Politics 101 says:

      2015 is another country. You don’t even know yet where you will be living at the end of May or after the Scottish vote. In political terms you are looking way too far ahead. There could be all sorts of things happen before then.

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      • 151
        Wake up or it's Ed and Ed in 2015! says:

        If Miliband wins there will be nobody left on our street I tell you that. My neighbours and us are all in agreement about thisbthst we will move abroad as soon as possible. A whole street gone in one summer. Now see how that does wonders for our economy!

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    • 143
      Spartacus says:

      but didn’t you only get back four years ago?

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    • 148
      Not Not Blowing Whistles says:

      With Clogg as Kingmaker?

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      The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

      Good fu*¥ off back to Europe then maggot.
      Just don’t take your treason anywhere else in the freeworld.

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    • 152
      jgm2 says:

      Absent Ed is notable by his… absence for the past six months or so.

      It still hasn’t stopped Labour’s slide down the polls but I can confidently predict that as soon as Balls reappears the drop off in Labour support will be back on track.

      He’s voter Kryptonite.

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  54. 136
    Vote UKIP says:

    I actually don’t like this guy’s views: they sound like a parody of a right wing white southern african. Be that as it may, I will still vote for UKIP, because what I want UKIP to do is solve the problem of the UK being in the EU and help to crowbar us out of brussels’ clutches.

    There is plenty of time later to sort out the nincompoops on the leftwith thier idiotic PC multi-culturalism and the political neandertals like this unsophisticated prat, but we will never be able to do that without being a free country first.

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    • 153
      gelatinous and generally transparent or translucent, free-swimming planktonic carnivore says:

      This is nothing compared to what is yet to come from UKIP. Only people who are deluded and yet say they are no racists will vote for them.

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      • 175
        jgm2 says:

        What if more people vote UKIP than Labour?

        Will that make Labour voters the ‘deluded’ ones?

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        • 182
          Peg Your Nose and Think of England says:

          There is every likelihood that Labour will come second. If they do, I will not rub my neighbours’ noses in it, though it will be a sweat moment after the miserable years of the reign of terror.

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      • 179
        Peg Your Nose and Think of England says:

        People have to vote for them. It is crucial that we leave the EU to regain our democracy. The mainstream parties have offered the public no-where else to go. This is the last chance before we end up with such a serious democratic deficit it ends up in killings.

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      • 453
        SIZE 14 CARBON FOOTPRINT says:

        Many people are no longer intimidated by being called racists .

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    • 162
      PIKU says:

      Just a Far Right bunch of racists. The new home for BNP supporters after that bad smell evaporated. What’s ‘funny’ is Farage, as a former public schoolboy, stockbroker and Conservative, claiming he is standing up for ‘white British workers’ and targetting the Labour vote. If they’re dumb enough to vote for him they deserve the inevitable screwing

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    • 163
      PIKU says:

      Just a Far Right bunch of racists. The new home for BÑP supporters after that bad smell evaporated. What’s ‘funny’ is Farage, as a former public schoolboy, stockbroker and Conservative, claiming he is standing up for ‘white British workers’ and targetting the Labour vote. If they’re dumb enough to vote for him they deserve the inevitable screwing

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      • 178
        jgm2 says:

        Ooooh. You called somebody a ‘racist’. Does that mean you ‘win’?

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      • 190
        Someone says:

        All very well to say that but you do probably do not live in an area which has been swamped by the waves of immigration forced on us by Labour and the Coalition being too weak to stand up to Brussels. You may not have been forced by the doctrinaire local council which flies every flag of every nation except this one with pride and made to watch as English people (white and black) are regularly castigated for all the evils of the world, treated like second class citizens in their own country and pushed to the back of every, very long, queue for scarse public resources behind people who are gaming a system which is now biased in the favour of foreigners who don’t pay for it.

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  55. 145
    Not Not Blowing Whistles says:

    Boil-in-the bag Kippers. They just keep on shooting, long after the foot has been obliterated.

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  56. 150
    albacore says:

    “Part of the mainstream political debate”
    It seems somebody else agrees, a bit late
    Whom, the rumour is, Cameron’s modelled on
    Have they, too, got no feet left to stand upon?

    http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/apr/23/tony-blair-west-take-sides-growing-threat-radical-islam

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  57. 155
    Oneterm Castiron Bumsex Dave in da House says:

    Chilax mon, me attack dogs ‘n’ bitches will be taking care of Nige and his loony tunes.

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  58. 155
    domino says:

    Phew so glad he didn’t make those comment in the Islamic Republic of Tower Hamlets, I’m sure all those schools in Birmingham wouldn’t welcome him either, and Rochdale wow the grooming gangs would have a field day, not so much Luton as they are all off in Syria fighting a Jihad, could be worse though he could have bumped into McShane or Huhne on day release…but at least he wasn’t living in the UK when Cyril Smith was around.

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  59. 157
    Sanity says:

    This guy is a council candidate. The Dib Lems had a councillor as a prosecuted paedo for god’s sake. Not to mention Cyril Smith. This says nothing about UKIP and Guido – their feet are intact. I and many I know will vote for them – not because they’re electable but because the rest are a bag of rot.

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  60. 164
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    That is a classic: “Most Nigerians are generally bad people, I grew up in Africa and dare anyone to prove me wrong”, he might have a point?.

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    • 198
      Londoner says:

      It’s a bit unfair on the good Nigerians. I have met a few. Nevrtheless, there is a woeful record where the bad ones are concerned and there is no point in pretending that everyone from Nigeria is an asset. A fairly high proprtion of Nigerians do seem to be mixed up in some dodgy stuff – and heaven help us if their political problems spill over here.

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    • 237
      non taxable pikey says:

      Mandela made SA visa free for Nigerians, big mistake, the ANC thought they were hard bastards but guess who runs all the rackets in Joburg now.

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  61. 173
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      JadedJean15 says:

      UKIP are libertarian, the B NP are national socialist (or rather socialism in one country).

      Now please expalian to me why inetrnational socialism is de riguer, yet national socialism is verboten?

      I think I read somewhere on here earlier today that UKIP are a shill for the City of London. Just incase the regulators in the EU want to take away skimmer’s rights from the wide boys.

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  62. 176
    Ukipper says:

    Don’t care still voting UKIP. I’d cheerfully vote for Pol Pot if he was anti EU.

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  63. 184
    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    The truth hurts dunnit?

    Its called freedom of speech and its not allowed in the modern liberal progressive prison camp called the UK.

    Dare to speak your mind and be hated for it, dare to speak the truth and you are persecuted by screeching libtards.

    Telling like it is used to be an English trait, now we re ruled by cringing cowards to afraid to say anything that might offend someone.

    Nothing that bloke said was out of order in the real world, our liberal masters do not live in that real world.

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    • 291
      White rabbit says:

      To a lefty filth Labour/Liberal politician truth can be bent like light in space.
      Witness the racist tags hurled around like shrapnel to anyone who opposes them.
      So powerful it shuts debate instantly. Until now. A couple of days ago the TV/Radio debates were so puerile they sort of petered out in embarrassment. The labelling trick seems to have run out of steam.

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  64. 187
    Jed Clampett says:

    Why doesn’t guido make more mention of the green party instead of UKIP? After all, Green party actually have an MP!

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  65. 199
    Jimmy says:

    There appear to be no female Kippers.

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    • 224
      UKIP, you know it makes sense says:

      Wanna bet?

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    • 236
      Nigel Farage, the working man's friend says:

      Woman should be seen and not heard

      But I do love getting my leg over when I get back from the pub

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      • 266
        Foamy truth says:

        Glad to hear you aren’t a hen-pecked dolt like Nick Clegg whose Spanish wife interrupts his speeches.

        He doesn’t even have a pair of good old-fashioned English balls to take back from the pub after his half of shandy. Maybe that’s because he is a Dutchman.

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    • 284
      Axe The Telly Tax & Religion & Kill All Eco-loons says:

      If it wasn’t for fraudulent postal voting in Eastleigh, UKIP’s first MP would have been a woman.

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      • 311
        Fish says:

        I don’t really think she is a KIPper…given her views on the NHS and the economy, I think that she was Labour through and through.

        Sockpuppets if you ask me…Don’t forget that UKIP teamed up with minority Labour in Norfolk to oust the Tories that were the biggest party. Sockpuppets.

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      • 337
        Anonymous says:

        Evidence please for your postal voting fraud allegation; or fuck off with your pathetic Kipper excuses.

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  66. 204
    Fruitcake says:

    “We are deeply shocked that Mr Lampitt has expressed such repellent views”

    In public.

    Fixed it for ya, Nigel

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  67. 206
    A. Slope says:

    You can’t be a Brit unless your ancestors wore woad.

    Colonials like the Rhodesians need a bit of history to make them feel superior to the natives. They cling fiercely to their ancestral heritage

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  68. 210
    Ah! Moniker says:

    UKIP is what you get when you boil a Tory for 12 hours.

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    • 243
      @hateliebour says:

      UKIP is what you get when you are lied to, cheated on, used, abused, treated like crap, used for political experiments, told your thick, you know nothing we know better, NHS is the greatest healthcare system in the word while thousands are dying within the healthcare system due to lack of water and uncaring staff, social services have learn’t our lessons until they relearn the same lessons a few months later, the EU has no military, oh yeh, we will lose thousands of jobs if we leave the EU, with 1 million kids looking for work, the older ones with mostly media study degrees having no chance, immigration from the EU will be low, our own people are chasing the same jobs as the immigrants for less money and zero contracts brought in by Liebour who supposed to look after it’s workers, fck you and Liebour

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  69. 212
    'Dave' says:

    Like Guido,

    WE PROVIDE – YOU DECIDE

    or rather

    I DECIDE – YOU POOR COMMON PEOPLE ARE THE FODDER THAT PROVIDE THE VOTES … FOR ME !!!

    HaHaHa !!

    Must phone Angela – she’s sure to laugh !!

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  70. 218
    David Cameron's gut says:

    Hmm… global warming…

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  71. 220
    ukip.i.am.not says:

    Where is the army of Rumanians coming to defecate on our doorsteps, steal our council houses, live on benefits and get sick so our NHS would need to treat them?

    Oh, that’s right! It never happened.

    It was a Ukip LIE

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      non taxable pikey says:

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      • 245
        jgm2 says:

        The sheer irony of some fucker in a dish-dash who ‘was born here and has lived here all his life’ complaining about Roma moving in and forcing ‘the locals’ out as to be fucking well heard to be properly enjoyed.

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        • 259
          cured lefty says:

          Spot on hope yappy albastard brown give us a take on this

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        • 277
          White rabbit says:

          Pleasant and enjoyable. Nearly as ironic as Banksy whining about someone nicking his ‘street art’ without the owners permission. hahahahahahaha

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          • Lolllll says:

            Will the police move in when the Roma and the M.uslim.s take to beat shite out of each other?

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          • jgm2 says:

            They don’t move in when the mus*l*ims beat the shit out of each other so I can’t see them getting involved when the Roma are beating the shit out of them.

            Who’ll ‘win’ when it comes to ‘winning’ the race card is a bit of a mystery. My money would be on the mus*l*ims. They have more practise. And more lawyers now too.

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          • Non taxable pikey says:

            In Leicester it’s usually the Sikhs who move in and kick the crap out of whatever is left standing. Saves plod getting out of his nice warm car.

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      • 345
        unpronouncable says:

        ra1 and ram
        Ravan & Ram
        lords. the flick is on the net and it is spiritual.
        .
        cross hatch the 2.
        one is a bull and the other fine china.
        should one wear william hunt or cross hatch “forward thinking” socks.
        will we see the roman,s in rapper shirts from foot asylum?
        socks are pre selected….so if the romans have a heart with stregth, they would not care, as they are not making a financial contribution. tradition versus forward thinking. are the net curtains twitching yet. not if one is blind. Ganesh the rat will feed anything to the mice as they are blind. blind eat as it is sweet.
        .
        take the heart out of the freezer and buy netflix. Ganesh,s father had a long donga. still worshipped at the Economist. why?

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    • 254
      @hateliebour says:

      Just like a rising tide with the water slowly climbing up the dock wall, they were here well before the starting gun was fired and are filling a void we never really had until Liebour showed it’s corrupt force in 1997, playing accordions fly posting, giving leaflets out and whatever else the bottom of the group can get up to apart from helping their own country to pull it’s shoes up and get themselves into the 21 st century

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    • 300
      lampitt shines a lamp says:

      You are lame

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      • 332
        lizard is a buy an ice bucket. says:

        kevin bacon klien stacey stavey says: i am a flat foot bastard. am i flat footed?

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    • 455
      Penny Black says:

      And not a single reply from ukip.i.am.not to all the corrections posted under your “I see no Roma” comment. Fecking leftard spinning your shite as usual. Have some guts to come back with your apology.

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  72. 225
    Grant says:

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  73. 230
    I'm on the TV right now! says:

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    • 234
      Lord Scalded Bollock says:

      That’s the Lizzy Vaid who appears on UKIP posters as ‘an ordinary memeber of the public’, yes? The one who describes herself as “UKIP Events Manager and Assistant to Nigel Farage” on her (now deleted) Twitter account?

      Who needs a Tory smear machine when they can shoot themselves in the foot perfectly well without help?

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    • 326
      i am the indian lizad says:

      i have just fallen in the mehndi.
      hassan? so larf. wherever i go i leave a mark but turn the wall 90 degrees. so less of a need to use the feet suction pad. just as well. as the tiger considers the life of the cheet.ah chi tah cheatah.. it pays to just hang loose. and sharpen the nails or was that polish?
      .the above is a quote from “blake carrington”.
      not.

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  74. 231
    Barry Scott says:

    Sorry Kippers, playtime’s over. The media is obviously tired of giving you a free ride.

    As the election is getting closer, you’re going to have to back up your wacky claims with what we in the real world call “evidence”.

    As there isn’t any to support your zany views, it looks like you’re upside down in a paddle-less canoe going backwards down shit creek!

    Good luck in the toytown elections though.

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    • 247
      jgm2 says:

      Mentally preparing yourself for Labour coming second in the ‘Toytown elections’ I see.

      Ed’s really playing a blinder here, eh?

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    • 268
      cured lefty says:

      God the labour wankers are out in force tonight

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      • 273
        jgm2 says:

        They’re on panic stations. Maybe there’s a poll about to be released that has them in second.

        Double overtime for the bedwetters.

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      • 349
        Anonymous says:

        God the Kipper loons are out in force tonight. I wonder if there’s any chance, just a glimmer of a chance, that they might one day be able to react to criticism and scrutiny in a coherent, non-abusive way….nah, no chance.

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        • 362
          jgm2 says:

          I’ll tell you what – when UKIP start making laws that limit what you can and cannot say and jailing you for saying the ‘wrong’ thing do, please, complain to somebody who gives a shit.

          In the meantime – fuck off.

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          • Charles Dickens says:

            The reign of terror lasted 13 years under Labour, and continued for another 3 under the Coalition.

            It is now over.

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    • 274
      Ed "The Atheist" Miliband says:

      I didn’t want to win this election anyway.

      Did I tell you God loves me even more than he loves David Cameron? When I’m in Israe-l, of course. Not in Primrose Hill. Oh no. That would never do. Primrose hill is far too wetrosexual.

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      • 295
        Podiceps says:

        The fields from Islington to Marylebone,
        To Primrose Hill and Saint John’s Wood,
        Were builded over with pillars of gold;
        And there Jerusalem’s pillars stood.

        — William Blake, Jerusalem

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      • 317
        i am the lead barrister says:

        i carry the lead.
        in india will a gandhi be pm?
        his father lost to the tamil tiger.
        will RG go to court or will he accept defeat gracefully.
        does it matter? life is a mirror.

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    • 308
      John Bellingham says:

      A free ride?
      Name a publication or a broadcaster who has not spent the last two years leaping on every real or imagined minor indiscretion or foible of the most obscure UKIP member while keeping shtum about the outrageous fiscal, sexual and traitorous crimes of the mainstream party members.

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  75. 235
    Trev says:

    shocking Who would have thought it?
    I’m Shocked I tell you. Round up the usual suspects

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  76. 242
    Derek says:

    No2EU
    The left wing version of ukip!

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  77. 249
    cured lefty says:

    What about all those perverted, corrupt bastards in lib , lab, con parties at the top and more so at the local level they far outnumber any ukip loony. I regard rev flowers as a vile, fucking obscene excuse for a public office holder.ditto nigel evans.chris hulne,mark oaten , maria miller plus that fucking bitch who dressed up like old mother riley to fool a fool of a judge.why do we vote this shower of shite to power .I feel something is seriously wrong.

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    • 271
      albacore says:

      Look upon Parliament’s works, ye British, and despair
      Because where you’ve ended up, that lot kidded you there
      But, whatever you do, you must not believe your eyes
      Have faith, hold your nose and keep on swallowing their lies

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    • 313
      John Bellingham says:

      Hear! Hear!

      Like

  78. 250
    Truthteller says:

    Andre Lampitt, You, Sir are a legend. Go Independent, you’ve got my vote.

    Like

  79. 251
    Not BW says:

    Poor Farage. Trying to keep the whole of ukip in check & under control is probably like trying to herd cats on crack at 4am

    Like

    • 262
      @hateliebour says:

      Nah, he will be sitting in the pub with the gang, cracking jokes, only the LibLabCons will be in the toilets crying their eyes out, knowing that their troughing card will be taken away from them in May.

      Like

  80. 257
    Allo says:

    It is I, Leclerc.

    Like

  81. 265
    Captain Black says:

    Remember guys – it’s all the fault of those Progressive Metropolitan Elite LibLabCon MSM foreign looking lefties!

    Without them we’d still be wearing tweed and driving Morris Oxfords

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  82. 275
    Very nasty says:

    I see the usual cesspit of racism and bigotry here. Some of you seem incapable of defining your beliefs beyond these attitudes. You’ve come to embody the stereotype of a right winger, a foaming at the mouth racist who hates all blacks.

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    • 279
      jgm2 says:

      You said ‘racist’. Does that mean you ‘win’?

      Like

      • 286
        Podiceps says:

        Godwin’s Law (as usually stated): the first person to mention the Νazis loses the argument. A similar law applies to the first person to use the word ‘raϲist’. Don’t know whether anyone has given a name to this.

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      • 288
        Reception says:

        I’ve got Blowing Whistles on the phone, sir.

        Do you want to take it?

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      • 298
        Very nasty says:

        No, it’s not about ‘winning’. Everyone is entitled to their views. I’m not arguing against your right to hold whatever beliefs and opinions you have. But if you say or agree with comments like let all of africa kill itself, you can’t then complain if you’re called racist.

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        • 307
          jgm2 says:

          You said ‘racist’ again. Is that 2 – 0 now?

          Like

        • 321
          George Orwell says:

          ‘Everyone is entitled to their views’.

          That is not true any longer The Labour Party criminalised people exercising their rights to freely express their views some years ago.

          They also made it a condition of most peoples’ contracts of emplyment and their terms of business, even private businesses, that they supress ther own and other peoples’ rights to freely express their views.

          Like

          • Malcolm Muggeridge says:

            I think homesexual acts are disgusting and “marriage” between two men is not possible.

            Have I broken the law ?

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        • 467
          JH238938409328-0 says:

          Saying ‘let all of africa kill itself’ is not necessarily racist per se. It could be just the exasperated statement of someone who looks on in wonder as one of the most resource-rich continents on the planet fails decade in-decade out to build any sort of quality of life for its citizens, apart from the areas that were briefly run by Europeans. These places are now run by Africans again – to considerable fanfare – and are now degenerating back to the mean, little more than cargo-cult societies.

          In between butchering each other, stealing from each other, and sharing entirely avoidable diseases, Africans sure know how to make each others lives a misery.

          But anything critical of non-wh*tes is ‘rayciss’, right?

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    • 282
      Yes You Are says:

      As opposed to a left winger, a foaming at the mouth bigot who hates everyone he can’t force to conform to his ideology.

      Like

    • 323
      Anonymous says:

      The people who really hate minorities are… other minorities.
      The closer they are, the worse the hate. That’s why many of them are here after all, because their neighbours back home are trying to kill them.

      From Africa to the former Yugoslavia, they complain about the outsider who is oppressing them, as soon as the supposed oppressor leaves they start killing one another again.

      If we fail to impose our own societal standards on them (which are not perfect but demonstrably work a lot better) they will be killing each other here.

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    • 346
      cured lefty says:

      Do you have any sense of irony?

      Like

  83. 289
    HenryV says:

    What about all the Labour nutters with their extreme views which I find objectionable?

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  84. 293
    Phwoarrrrr! says:

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    • 302
      C O (Ξ7q1) says:

      Unless it is David Cameron, Ed M or Clegg being attacked as they had no political arguments to start with.

      Like

  85. 296
    lampitt shines a lamp says:

    awaiting moderation – why?

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    • 442
      M­a­qboul says:

      The WankerWall must be up again.

      Like

    • 448
      Public Enemy says:

      Fight the power… Just learn the trigger words, and be more creative. …and get yourself another dozen free disposible e-mail accounts. It’s more legal than hacking his wordpress account.

      Like

    • 464
      Del Boy says:

      If there is any lamp shining to be done around here then Guido wants to vet it in advance.

      Like

  86. 303
    i am the lead barrister says:

    i work at tesco, but my fingers are arthritic
    i work in the city, but my bum ache.
    i am the lead barrister.
    where am i from?
    .
    buy ice.
    as the price goes up, the IQ of the ICE Queen melts.

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  87. 310
    Anonymous says:

    Publish Jasna Badzak,s tweet,s.

    Like

  88. 313
    All over the establishment the masks are finally dropping away says:

    Has anyone else noticed how Nick Clegg has given up pretending to have an English accent when he rants about Europe and now pronounces his letter h’s in the Dutch manner?

    Like

  89. 318
    Archie Bishop says:

    Just seen a Parking Mad prog., wall to wall blick men moaning about tickets. These people are big time DIM. And British. FFS, how did they get in here.

    Like

    • 334
      jgm2 says:

      1950′s and 60s. Anybody could get three or four jobs in a morning. Or fuck off to SA, Zim, Oz or Canada without worrying about having to get an employment visa.

      Whites fucked off, blacks came to dr*i*ve the buses.

      No gangster culture amongst them back then though. Just wanted to work like everybody else. Dr*i*ve a bus. Work on a building site.

      TV and the UK racism industry has brought all the joys of the the American racism industry to our shores though. Dr*i*ve by shootings. Extreme violence as an opening gambit. Hell, we even have white kids wandering around with their arse hanging out of their pants and listening to rap these days.

      Same with the first generation of Ugandan Asians. Happy enough running a corner shop or a Post office but now being poisoned in their second generation to treat their hosts as ‘infidels’ and wandering around in tribal costumes or making ‘jihad’ in Syria.

      Boy, did we ever take our eye off the fucking ball.

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  90. 327

    Just read these tweet thingies and have to say that I pretty much agree with them really. And Islam is not a race, it is a belief system. A totalitarian one. A barbaric one.

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  91. 328
    Mung bean eater says:

    It’s unfair to blame the Polish for producing such a weird looking wanker like Ed

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  92. 339
    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    Still voting UKIP?

    Everyone I have talked to toady has said YES.

    The screeching liberal hatemongers can shout out raaaaciiist all they like, it no longer has any effect.

    VOTE UKIP

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    • 347
      jgm2 says:

      Word of warning. I am reminded of the AV referendum when literally everybody the Grauniad bedwetters had spoken to would be voting for AV.

      They we stunned when they lost by about 80%:20% or whatever it was.

      People tend to socialise with people who are just like them. The Grauniad will block your account if you’re ‘not like them’.

      This can lead you to believing you’re talking for a higher percentage of people than you really are which is why politicians are so in thrall to opinion polls and focus groups. Because, generally, all they hear are people just like them.

      I hope UKIP are doing as well as the polls suggest. I,B.hope they beat Miliband into second or, better still, third but I don’t base my hope on the pro-UKIP tenor of my mates or this forum. The opinion polls are close. Crossover could occur any day. And if it does I fully expect LibLabCon to be annihilated but not because of what people post here or what people I speak to say.

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      • 363
        V = x^6 + ax^4 + bx^3 + cx^2 + dx says:

        Wise words regarding echo chambers and colsed social circles.

        I also agree about the annihilation possibility. I have in mind the kind of voting trends which might best be demonstrated graphically using the fold bifurcations and the cusp geometry which fans of catastrophy theory are so keen on.

        Once the crossing point is passed, I think it will accompanied by a major collapse in support, especially for Labour, which will prove to mean a major uphill struggle for them to ever recover from with their current leadership.

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        • 380
          jgm2 says:

          Fuck me. It’s been a while since I’ve had to deal with them sort of formula. Well, to be honest, any sort of formula. My daughter is doing her GCSEs in about two weeks so there’s a certain amount of Cosine rules and roots of quadratics and suchlike but none of those series stuff.

          If she does A Level I shall have to buy a book to remind me about rotating integrals to get volumes let alone anything difficult.

          Damn you age.

          And alcohol.

          Lovely sloe gin by the way. Worth waiting for.

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        • 441
          White rabbit says:

          Ah ha. Mmmmm. Yes, I see. Warm glow at possibility.

          Like

  93. 350
    Blowing Whistles says:

    I have cornered the global supply of Fluoride-B. World domination is mine. Be warned!

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  94. 356
    Adams says:

    The black girls of Jamaican origin my wife works with have been known to say , ” he is Nigerian ” and then lift their eyes to the heavens . Nuff said .
    As for his comment about Islam .I tend to agree . Public stoning for adultery is not that attractive to a western wimp like me .

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  95. 360
    Ed Miliband says:

    Since I became leader of the labour party, everything I’ve done has been worthless.

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  96. 368
    Mr Honest says:

    The guy seems a headcase, but no one wanting to vote UKIP is going to be swayed by it, since Nigel threw him overboard so quickly.

    Like

  97. 369
    Anonymous says:

    No freedom of speech in this country. What’s wrong with calling a spade a spade? If the cap fits!

    For far too long now us English have been told to shut up and sit down by the rich political elite of the lilabcon parties

    We can see with our own eyes and ears, we don’t need any one to tell us that we are not being overrun with immigrants!! We f u ckin are!!

    DONT VOTE LIBLABCON, THEY ARE ALL THE SAME, FOR A UNITED STATES OF EUROPE WITHOUT A REFERENDUM. YOU WILL GET WHAT WE TELL YOU WHETHER YOU LIKE IT OR NOT!

    Like

  98. 370
    Finance London Building with Swiss Francs - Hahahahaha! says:

    Gherkin’s owners are now pickled.

    Like

  99. 371
    We'reallinthistogether says:

    Lampitt’s only ‘crime’ appears to be he was not fragrant enough in his language.

    Had he Tweeted –

    As an African myself, I’m aware Nigerians have a reputation there for dishonesty. I’m waiting for it to be disproved.

    As the 2nd generation son of a Marxist Polish immigrant, is Ed Miliband really the best Labour leader to understand the deep cultural values of the UK?

    etc, etc… no one would have batted an eyelid.

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  100. 373
    George Smiley says:

    The Mini Milipede may not have been Polish but not enough is made of his dad coming here illegally and the mysterious acquisition of wealth and influence.

    If something is too good to be true it probably is, what exactly was Moscow Centre’s role in all this!

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  101. 376
    Kept in after school says:

    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    I must stop making fun of Blowing Whistles
    Oh fuck! It is far too much temptation to resist.

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  102. 379
    Displaced Brummie says:

    Of course, Guido, if you want truly repellent racist and homophobic rants, just pop along to almost any Labour affiliated club in the country.

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    • 383
      jgm2 says:

      They’re all closed down. The smoking b*a*n finished them off. That and the irony of a ‘working man’s club’ being packed with the unemployed.

      Like

  103. 381
    'Racist' Dave Cooper says:

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    • 500
      Funambulist says:

      A Hollywood troilist and a murdered drug dealer. I always thought they were a classy pair!

      Like

  104. 384
    Englishman says:

    So, you’re saying this is a bad tweet?

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  105. 388
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

    Like

    • 391
      jgm2 says:

      Nothing to stop UKIP supporters sending Labour a Kerbstone via FREEPOST.

      Sauce for the goose old chap.

      Like

      • 398
        Politics is fun says:

        What a splendid idea. I have a load of rubbish in my loft but can’t be bothered to hire a skip. I wonder if Ed Miliband would like it.

        Like

    • 395
      @hateliebour says:

      Good idea, must do that to the piece of Liebour A3 rubbish broadsheet that comes through our door, save me putting in the bin.

      Like

  106. 390
    Geedo turns into shrinking violet says:

    What’s wrong with a bit of banter?

    Like

  107. 392
    Geedo Geedo ain't no says:

    Repellent views?

    Is Guido taking the piss?

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    • 400
      jgm2 says:

      He’s quoting Farage.

      Hence the quotes.

      Farage may or may not believe they’re repellent but for sure he has to act as if he does because the BBC and the racism industry will be all over him like a shot. It’s how Labour closed down the B&P when they (B&P) were ‘stealing’ too many Labour votes in multi-culti, postal voting, northern shithole safe-seats.

      Quick phone call by Labour to the racism industry’s ‘Equal Opportunities’ branch. Quick call from them to CPS. Hey Presto Gri*ff*in tied up for months in co*urt defending himself against Labour thought-crime laws and all their cash spent defending him rather than campaigning for votes.

      We used to have a Magna Carta to stop that abuse of process but Labour had other ideas.

      Farage is heading that angle of attack off at the pass.

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  108. 393
    HenryV says:

    That a thing like Nick Clegg holds an office of state shows that our system is completely broken.

    In Tudor times it would have lost head years before now.

    Twat.

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    • 462
      Another smart arse puts in his four pennorth says:

      Henry V was of course a Plantagenet NOT Tudor having descended from John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster the third son of Edward III. It was argued of course that Edmund of Langley(Edward III’s second son who only had daughters)had the better claim which Richard, Duke of York being descended from Langley through his mother claimed the throne the throne under Henry VI(losing his head in the process)His son Earl of March later Edward IVthus began the War of the Roses which culminated in the last PlantagenetKing Richard III being defeated at Bosworth and resulted in the Tudor dynasty with Henry VIIwho claimed the throne in the right of his mother Margaret Beaufort the great granddaughter of John of Gaunt and Katherine Swynford.

      But it was a chancy business whoever King/Queen you served be it Plantagenet or Tudor and Clegg the consumate politician would have been at home in either court and no doubt would have been recommending to Henry VIII that he dissolved the monasteries and joined the Hanseatic League. :Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose.

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  109. 394
    Freedom of Speech? Not in the UK there ain says:

    You see we now have speech police in the UK and all right thinking people who see nothing wron with those Tweets will be bullied, vilified and ridiculed.

    How did it come to this when the truth can not be expressed in lavish format?

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  110. 396
    • 403
      jgm2 says:

      He could claim to have a Victoria Cross or be the Dalai Lama. Nothing trumps the charge of being a ‘racist’.

      They have laws against that you know.

      Worst thing in the world. The invented crime of ‘racism’. You can kill a white post master and get 12 years. You can r*ape a white teenage girl and get 7 years. You can shove a beer glass in a white person’s face and blind them and get 18 months but punch a black bloke just cos he’s black and you’ll get two years ON TOP of whatever sentence you were in line for assault. Because it’s a ‘racially aggravated crime’. And that’s just the worst kind of crime imaginable.

      Which would be just about acceptable if every time they convicted some religion-of-peacers for some bomb plot or for industrialised r*ape of white girls they gave them an extra couple of years.

      It’s fucking well ‘Diode justice’. It only works one way.

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      • 404
        The Hero of the Tit in No 10 says:

        That’s just part of my Legacy! – there’s plenty more.

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      • 476
        Shaw Taylor says:

        That’s why I have always instructed my kids in the event of being mugged to insist that they perceive the offence to have been racially motivated and not to demur from this despite the pressure that will come form the PC PCs thus obliging a more thorough investigation…

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  111. 408
    WhiteSwivelEyedLooneyUKIPPER says:

    Given what has happened recently in Birmingham and the mass kidnapping in Nigeria I agree with this blokes tweets. Millipede is barely a Brit either, he hates Britishness and wants to turn us into Europeons

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  112. 411
    Not_Offended says:

    All racist statements made by black people are there to be ignored. The lyrics of many rap “thingies” are never shown as twitter statements, though they are more prejudiced than those voiced above.
    Double Standards!

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  113. 417
    Holy fuck! says:

    …but that’s the right-of-center Tories for you. “claw them back to the fold Dave!”

    Face it!

    FACT

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  114. 418

    Can someone explain what part of those tweets you Lemon Party types disagree with?

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  115. 428
    Non taxable pikey says:

    Today is ANZAC day, commemorated throughout Australia and New Zealand and at Commonwealth War Grave Cemeteries around the world. Thank you for your sacrifice for our freedom.

    Sorry we messed it up but maybe we have started to realise this and are on the way to fixing it.

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    • 452
      Disgusting dogs says:

      Irish Republicans destroyed Commonwealth Graves in west Belfast city cemetery only last Sunday.
      Maybe the Queen will inite them to tea next.

      Like

    • 502
      Funambulist says:

      Islington has no less than three T*rk*sh restaurants called Gallipoli so Beeboid/Guardianista types can regularly celebrate the slaughter of tens of thousands of Brits, Aussies, NZers and Frenchmen. Just hope Boris doesn’t frequent any of them!

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  116. 439
    Socialism is theft says:

    Saying there are people who are accused of racist language in UKIP is like saying there are perverts, child abusers and expenses crooks in the Liblabcon ranks. Only the Westminster spunk bubble crowd think that having an alternative opinion on people from various countries is a worse crime. And while those in UKIP are being weeded out, the Liblabcon criminals are still in their jobs

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  117. 443
    No more mass immigration says:

    There is only one solution, to the severe overcrowding of schools, hospitals, doctors surgeries,social housing caused by the liblabcons policies of swamping England with mass immigration. We see it and live with it everyday.

    I don’t need any body to tell me how things are, I can see and hear it for myself!

    The rich political elite all live in their own world of delusion and self denial, and each party does it to suit their own ends, often preferring the votes of the minorities for their own benefit.

    Perhaps we should take extra measures to make sure every one listens. That wouldn’t be a problem though because Blair would just give us all a blanket amnesty after the uprising was over.

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  118. 444
    Anonymous says:

    Vote UKIP

    Do not vote LIBLABCON PARTY.

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  119. 447
    George Michael says:

    Careless whispers.

    You’d think in this day and age people would know better than to use their real name to post their real opinions.

    What with banks of cyberpolice jailing people for innocuous comments on fb.

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  120. 450
    The ghost of the 1st victim of Marxism says:

    But the Milibands are Soviet Dewish Marxists. They came.here to spy for Stalin.
    Everyone knows this. That is why they left the women safely in Belgium when grandfather and father Miliband went spying to Britain. At that time the Soviets and Nazis were on the same side.
    Their great aunt went to school with Stalin’s daughter and became one of his personal translators.
    Top quality Kulak Killing, country betraying Marxist Scum.

    For all you thick Guardianistas. Read what Miliband’s father had to say about the Welfare State.
    Read the works of the father.

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    • 497
      Jack Ketch says:

      Read about the career of the Grandfather–a member of the Red Army killer squads in the Polish-Soviet War, then a sleeper in Belgium, then a looter of bombed buildings in the Blitz.

      Like

  121. 451
    Owen Jones,Socialist turned Capitalist says:

    Look what the bastards have done for me get a free copy of the Daily Mail.

    Dear Owen Jones

    There are a couple of changes to your myWaitrose benefits that we wanted to make you aware of.

    From 26 April 2014, the minimum amount you need to spend to receive money off your shopping with selected newspapers will be £10. That’s across all newspapers in the offer.

    We’re also making the monthly prize draw even simpler. From 1 May, each time you use your myWaitrose card you’ll be entered into a draw to win £5,000 in vouchers to spend at Waitrose or John Lewis. With 10 runners up each winning £500 in vouchers.

    Everything else will stay exactly the same. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to help.

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  122. 457
    albacore says:

    Parliament and the E U, they’re preparing the way
    For that long-awaited and truly glorious day
    When there’s nowt left of England but small minorities
    So “racism” figures top of all priorities

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-27132035

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  123. 458
    Long John Silver's parrot says:

    If Nigel is “deeply shocked” then perhaps he should get out a bit more.

    Like

  124. 459
    Mike from Aberdeen says:

    Whay is so very wrong about getting up in the morning and going out there and making a few bob ?

    Alternatively you could become some sort of teacher ,organize a few field trips, and play with little boys all day.

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  125. 463
    Diane Fatbott says:

    A LABOUR NUTTER MAKES RACIST TWEET.

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  126. 466
    Bloomers in rain-soaked Bongo Bongo Land says:

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  127. 468
    Anonymous says:

    Diane Abbott makes a blanket statement about “White People”, she didn’t even say “some white people”

    What she said is clearly racist and the labour party should take action against her. What would happen if I were to say that about all black people?

    She certainly knows how to divide and rule, it goes with that enormous chip about white people that she has on her shoulder, that is clearly evident in most things she says and does.

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    • 479
      Anon says:

      We all know she is a racist. But if you are black you can be – that’s ok. You can never have a ‘National White Police Officers Association’, but you can have a black one.

      Like

    • 505
      RickB says:

      Why does she straighten her hair ? Why can’t she be happy with and proud of what she naturally has ?

      Like

  128. 470
    Anonymous says:

    Islamisation of schools in Birmingham is only the start and we should not be surprised. What the English do for people is never enough, they always want more.

    We have no leaders with any backbone in our country though to stop this sort of thing happening, after all, all the politicians after courting them all for their votes!

    Unfortunately the genie of mass immigration is well and truly out of the bottle and it cant be stopped until the islamic flag flies over no 10.

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  129. 472
    UKIP 4 ALL says:

    Our own government is training us to be cowards and timid weaklings reliant on their welfare largesse and potty trained like infants on what we can and cannot say.

    I dont know about you lot but I am sick of being demonized for simply telling the truth, where is this thought police training going to end?

    Vote UKIP if only to poke the libtard thought police in the eye.

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  130. 473
    Dr Evil says:

    Repellent? Really?

    Like

  131. 478
    Shooty* says:

    *shrug* all fair comments.

    Like

  132. 489
    Frank's Son says:

    So let’s get this straight. A guy makes a few ‘offensive’ tweets. No indication when said tweets were made. It come to light and Farage suspends him from the party quick as you like.

    Compare to Maria Miller. Cameron gives her his full support. Says she did nothing wrong. Wants her back in the Cabinet very soon.

    See the difference, Guido? One is leadership the other is outright cowardice. One is popular and making huge strides in politics. The other is a dead duck.

    What a pity you sold out all too readily to become a member of the establishment. Shame on you.

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  133. 504
    RickB says:

    His comments all seem pretty reasonable to me. Why is it in this disgusting PC society we can’t speak our minds without being criticised ? Seems like UKIP have jumped on the PC bandwagon; maybe I should reconsider my membership.

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  134. 508
    Subcomandante Kilroy-Silk says:

    My, what a delightful assortment of racists this thread has attracted. Big Nige has his work cut out making his supporters appear presentable, that’s for sure.

    Like

  135. 509
    Shauniebabe says:

    A Rhodesian slagging of how violent and feckless Africans are isn’t racism but informed opinion

    Like


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