April 28th, 2014

Dave’s Angry Floods Accuser Standing for UKIP

Readers will remember the angry Kent resident who let rip at Dave during the floods back in December. Well Ericka Olivares Penros, the lady in question, has just been announced as UKIP’s candidate in Marden and Yalding. Sounds like she is still quite angry:

“I have never been political but when David Cameron visited Yalding on 27th December and promised us ‘whatever it takes’ to repair our damaged homes and take the necessary steps to ensure the floods do not happen again, I was incensed. It was the first time we had seen the emergency services, despite having no electricity and being 3ft under water. He strode in with his entourage and the emergency services, for a photo call. I was promised by him and the Lib Dems’ Danny Alexander, that we would receive a £5,000 grant. That turned out to be a lie, it is now going to be a loan but not for flood damage, for flood defence work and I don’t believe that will happen either.”

Best of all, as far as Guido can tell she doesn’t have Twitter…


72 Comments

  1. 1
    Massa Murdoch, Chief Cockroach says:

    The Sun online costs £8.67, not £1 (sorry, I was away yesterday)

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  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    Apparently striding in in waders just for photos a la Farage is fine though.

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    • 9
      jgm2 says:

      Or you could go in your new black navvy’s wellies (working-class-man-of-the-people-see-not-poncy-green-wellies-like-wot-gardners-wear) bought specially for the occasion. Then totally misjudge the depth and let the water flood in the top.

      Like Useless Ned.

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    • 17
      Hilarious! says:

      fruitcakes verses p’ervs verses loons verses p’aedos.

      politics is so entertaining.

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    • 37
      The Growler says:

      She will get in and give the smug do nothings a really good kicking, nothing like a sharp pain in the rear end to bring them back to earth and realise that, they are in the live in the same country as we do.

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      • 39
        Dougie says:

        We have floods somewhere every winter. Last winter was exceptionally wet. What does she expect? Get insurance like everyone else.

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        • 49
          The Black Knight says:

          The flooding was caused by the socialist Baroness Young of Old Scone when she was running the EA on behalf of the EU. She felt that the cheapest way to create new habitats for newts and like was to stop managing the flood plains and just let nature take it’s course.

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        • 51
          Anonymous says:

          “We have floods somewhere every winter. Last winter was exceptionally wet.”

          If we have floods every winter, that’s another reason not to reduce river capacity by 50% by stopping dredging.

          Also, insurance companies will no longer offer coverage in flood risk areas.

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      • 41
        Hugh Janus says:

        In the meantime stand by for an annoucement of a grant….which definitely won’t be a loan….

        Dodgy Dave will do “whatever it takes” to save his own neck.

        Go Ericka!!

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    • 46
      John Bellingham says:

      Farage is a keen fisherman and already had the kit, compare that to the brand new, too-short, black willies worn by Milliband and the green jobs worn by countryman Dave (or the Gucci loafers worn by “Precious” Smith.)
      I am a bit surprised at UKIP’s choice of a candidate in Yalding though–as a Man of Kent, I spotted her as a Pikey.

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  3. 4
    Peter Grimes says:

    Dave likes ‘Angry Birds’ doesn’t he?

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  4. 5
    John Tandy says:

    Typically Dave…..

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  5. 6
    Blue Peter Goldfish says:

    She should have built an ark.

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  6. 7
    Clissold says:

    Big gob and good at ranting-should do well.

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    • 40
      The Growler says:

      She should stand for MP, and when she gets in, let her loose against which ever noggin is environment minister, Dave may not be available in the latter half of 2016

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  7. 8
    Steve Miliband says:

    Stupid Kent

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  8. 10
    North Country Boy says:

    But she doesn’t have a PPE?!

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  9. 12
    Jim says:

    If you have just seen the Daily Politics Show you will be voting UKIP not just for the EU Election but also the General Election.
    I must stop watching that show, I very nearly threw something at the telly in anger.
    Just going to take a pill now and then fill in my tax return.

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  10. 13
    BBC 24hr rolling bollocks says:

    All you birds in Essex dreaming of becoming famous.
    Forget shagging a football player
    Call yourself a UKIP candidate then tweet something a bit un PC.
    The BBC will make you headline news.

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    • 16
      bigmax says:

      What has Essex got to do with this story?

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    • 23
      Not a career politician says:

      Trouble is, who would want to stand for local council etc as a kipper knowing that your entire internet history will be trawled through by the main parties and the MSM

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      • 31
        A normal person says:

        Would certainly rule out anyone currently in Westminster. A step in the right direction.

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  11. 14
    Terry Graph says:

    Get over it pet, it’s only a drop of water.

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  12. 15
    Fishy says:

    I see that Assad continues to bomb the shit out of his Syrian people, that’s when he is not gassing them.

    Despite agreeing to remove his stockpile of chemical weapons a new report says that he has managed to hide 80% of them -the contents of which and the munitions having been supplied by his old mate Putin.

    While the west does not want to get drawn onto another conflict, Miliband’s game playing in the Commons gave comfort to both Putin and Assad. Despite originally agreeing to consider the possibility of an intervention, his support for Putin’s stance meant there would never be any discussion about the possibility of a ‘no fly zone’ being implemented by the west.

    The smirking, sneering idiot Miliband (see how he sneeringly, patronisingly laughed at a protestor in Scotland at the week-end), out of his depth, has the blood of women and children on his hands…all for the sake of a bit of bandwagoning (or his support for Mother Russia?).

    But for an avowed Marxist, to have blood on their hands is nothing unusual.

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    • 19
      Rtd Colonel says:

      Bad shit happens in Zimbabwe/Sudan/N. Korea/China etc etc – no longer (even Zimbabwe) non of our business – after all Libya/Iraq/Afghanistan have gone so well. If anything Assad lesser of the 2 evils especially if you happen to be Christian

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      • 21
        Fishy says:

        The fall-out will be our business soon…especially if the evil Miliband gets power

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        • 28
          jgm2 says:

          The ‘fall-out’ will be our business no matter what we do. The religion of peace cannot fuck something up – it always has to be the fault of somebody else.

          At least in Iraq they had a point (about us sticking our fucking nose in). We had no business getting involved back in 1990 (was it?). We had even less business compounding the mistake in 2003. And we have absolutely no fucking business going for the hat-trick in Syria.

          It’s none of our business. We will get fuck all thanks.

          The only effect we have is that we end up killing arabs as proxy for some other bunch of c*unts.

          Leave them to it.

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        • 66
          'elpful 'arry says:

          “Evil” is a nonsense word for children and fundamentalist nutjobs.

          Miliband is a Marxist, an arsewhipe and a twat. He is not evil.

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    • 24
      jgm2 says:

      Yeah, totally opportunist politicking from Miliband. But do you know what? I don’t give a fuck. We have no business in Syria and if other countries weren’t bankrolling the ‘rebels’ then there would be no civil war.

      The rebels are the ones who are practising cannibalism and mass murder of Christians and other mu*sl*ims. Fuck me, they even went out of their way to murder some 70 year old Dutch priest the nasty c*unts.

      Assad has the right idea and I can’t believe his ‘collateral damage’ will be any worse than ours if we get involved.

      So, bearing in mind the amount of thanks we can expect from the arab world no matter what we do, on balance, we are better off leaving them to it.

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    • 25
      Anonymous says:

      Surprised you could get your hands off Dave’s cock long enough to type this.

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    • 26
      can work won't work says:

      Fishy talks pishy… you’ve fallen for the oldest scam in the CIA’s book of false flag.. behave you fool!

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    • 52
      Anonymous says:

      The government of Iraq are bombing the shit out of areas held by Al-Qaida. Except in their case, the media reports it as “The President has finally decided to get tough”.

      There’s no difference in the two situations, except we support one government and oppose the other, supplying terrorists (who decapitate Christian children and hang their heads from trees in a mock Christmas-tree formation) with weapons.

      I’ve no idea how Willian Hauge sleeps at night – presumably not with Fiona. I would love to know what they’ve got on him.

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  13. 18
    Sarah Millington says:

    And still not a single Tory will admit that the EU Biodiversity Direktives caused the flooding in the UK.

    We had centuries of good water management & local knowledge in place – until the cultural Marxists at the EU and their Lib / Lab / Con enablers decided that homes for aquatic birdlife was more important than homes for people.

    Ericka has my vote.

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  14. 20
    The Prime Mincer says:

    Foreign aid and gay marriage remain the priority.

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  15. 22
    Uncle Jom says:

    Cameron telling an untruth ?

    Surely not

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  16. 27
    can work won't work says:

    Why should I give my taxed earnings to a woman with more names than is needed and house/comtents insurance should have covered? Go do one EOP!

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  17. 29
    UKIP Voter says:

    I didn’t realise what a claustrophobic political system I lived under till a political party outside the three main parties started to make headway.
    Them,the state broadcaster,SKY and most of the press looking hard to find any scrap of dirt to dig on UKIP.
    We are told we live in a free country and we believe it because we have never had cause to test the boundaries.
    UKIP haven’t had have to push much to show us how narrow those boundaries are.

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  18. 34
    flambeaux says:

    Regarding that Lenny Henry alleged slur: yes, the comment made by the UKIP candidate was crass, but did not Mr Henry initiate the race card himself by complaining there should be more Asians and Black people in the Arts and on TV etc?
    Has there been a furore over that, which infers that just because a person is Black or Asian means that he, or she, should be preferred choice based on race, not talent?
    Just asking.

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    • 45
      Norma Stitz says:

      Lenny has had had more TV work by being black than by being funny. He should stop whingeing.

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    • 53
      The Squeaky Wheel says:

      1.5% of the British population are black. If anything, they’re over represented. There are almost as many Chinese, but you almost never see them on television. The BBC does not give them their own radio stations. Why did Lenny Henry only single out black and Asian? Why does he want to exclude the Chinese? Is he racist?!

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    • 56
      Maimed Codger says:

      Two Million Poles here and all they get is Kasia Madera… details of football from Nigeria but not Poland…

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  19. 36
    Anonymous says:

    To be honest I think Lenny Henry gets more air time than his talent warrants already. A decent enough fellow but unfunny and a bit boring. Write a book Lenny or retrain as a psychotherapist or something.

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    • 62
      Foreigner says:

      He did fuck the horrid Dawn French-Letter though.
      A bit of pink ham – actually a LOT of pink ham.

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  20. 38
    olden1936 says:

    Oh come on! The flooding in the UK and the PM’s promises made at the time and broken since is stale news today. The media make sure that we plebs are swamped with current news subjects. Anyway, good luck Ericka Olivares Penros.

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  21. 42
    The Sod says:

    Another troughing foreigner. Deport all of them, nothing but trouble makers.

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  22. 44
    catesby says:

    Good luck to her go go Ukip!

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  23. 54
    Maimed Codger says:

    In True Blue Tory Heartland… deserting a sinking ship by the look of things…

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  24. 57
    Bogdan the Polish Bus Driver says:

    Stop Press-UKIP drive bus into railway station canopy
    http://www.newsuk24.com/news/ukip-bus-crashes-into-portsmouth-station

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  25. 60
    broderick crawford says:

    Well let s face it

    ‘Arry and abunch of foreign owners destroyed Portsmouth FC

    Only right ukip finish the town off by making it impossible for its railhead to function.

    Might stop some of the illegals swimming over from the Isle if Wight if they know they can go no further.

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  26. 69
    Anonymous says:

    Ericka Olivares Penros – sounds like another immigrant

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  27. 70
    say NO to European Onion says:

    ‘Ericka Olivares Penros’ – Eh? Traditional ‘English’ name………

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