May 22nd, 2014

Google Backs UKIP


  1. 1
    Anonymous says:

    Can’t remember the party, but there was at least one below UKIP on my ballot paper..


    • 10
      Malcolm Tucker says:

      Worn Out Conservative?
      Waster Labour?
      W*nker Liberal Democrat?


    • 11
      The EU says:

      You can forget that Google.


      • 34
        Spartacus says:

        an amazing change of heart guiders

        seen the light on the road to bruzzels

        apologies to the authors of the Bible


    • 14
      BBC 24hr rolling bollocks says:

      The party immediately below UKIP on the ballot paper is UPIK If I’m not mistaken.


    • 20
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      Strange on the one I did it was at the bottom, £ showing, no problems at all with the people running the poll they were careful even the poll card was shown and they went through the list and asked my name and road number as they had already asked for my road, I was asked if I would be voting in the local one, strange question as I’am a there to vote and was given both papers, both clear and concise, all logo’s for each party and name shown, put Xs where required and the EU one had something on the back, which I missed but was checked, maybe I will get a 3:00am knock on the door tomorrow morning for voting for the wrong party.


      • 47
        Spartacus says:

        the ballot papers are kept for a year and each has a unique number to identify the voter

        it’s all secret see?

        then at the next election the party you last voted for comes to visit to get your vote again

        i’m guessing gchq have the database of past voting too


        • 147
          Elebos ne'er forget says:

          Correct – that’s why a local Scotch labour party scam managed to “lose” the vital electoral register a few years ago.

          Gordon was over the moon at that as it was for the constituency next to his.


    • 149
      Peta says:

      YOURvoice was below UKIP on my South East England ballot paper.


    • 154
      CaptBlack says:

      If you were handed your ballot paper folded – then complain to your returning officer.

      The Electoral Commission PowerPoint briefing for polling station staff states (slide 25): “…Ballot papers – Open up fully so the whole paper is visible…”

      Page 12 of the Polling Station Handbook: “…Fold the ballot papers, then hand them to the voter unfolded so that they can see all of the parties and candidates on the papers….”


  2. 2
    Steve Right says:

    Unless it’s upside down and a vote for the Aardvark Party


  3. 3
    Winston says:

    Sorry, that is rubbish. Why not report on the deliberate obscuring of UKIP from the ballot paper, which is happening across the Country?

    Liked by 1 person

  4. 4
    Dave says:



  5. 5
    thedukeofhunslet says:

    A vote for Yorkshire First surely…?


  6. 6
    Anonymous says:


    • 35
      Left wingers are full of shit says:

      Nigel Farage being accused of racism by political parties who in the last 13 years have only bombed countries with brown people in them is a joke right?
      A sick ironic joke and the left wing shitbag UAF are in on it.


      • 83
        Anonymous says:

        If I were Farage I’d bring that point up all the time. People like Blair and Cameron are literally responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths of brown people in wars like Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya etc. yet their parties have the gall to call UKIP racist when they want to get out of all conflicts and stop the killing.

        Liked by 1 person

        • 124
          still walking into darkness says:

          brilliant point. Let’s not forget they would have bombed the sh*te out of Syria, more brown people dead had it not been for the likes of Nigel asking wtf of the Establishment goons like William Hague


  7. 7
    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    And purple boxes….


  8. 8
    Anonymous says:

    You clearly do as well


  9. 9
    Ockham's Razor says:

    News editing. Damn difficult job.


  10. 12
    The Growler says:

    “A subtle, subliminal message in today’s Google doodle? A cross in the bottom box on your ballot paper today is a vote for UKIP…” not really it is saying stop playing oin your computer reading Fawkesy and get down to the polling station, them come back and get back on your computer and tell your uncke Fawkesy that you have voted UKip, just to despite The Master and give the rest of the parties a good drubbing.


  11. 16
    Meanwhile back at the LEUny Bin says:


    • 79
      F##k the LibLabCon says:



    • 86
      BBC 24hr rolling bollocks says:

      Guess he hasn’t heard about events in the Ukraine?


      • 151
        Elebos ne'er forget says:

        … and right across the whole continent. He is lucky to be still in one peace – a state which may not last much longer if this week’s votes are seen to have been tampered with!


    • 100
      Rickytshirt says:

      He is referring to the crisis of unemployed bureaucrats, rather than the range of other crises they have created.


    • 148
      non taxable pikey says:

      Couldn’t give a tinkers what Barroso says, I didn’t vote for him. Come to think of it, nobody voted for him.


  12. 18
    Steve says:

    Went to vote UKIP for this morning – opened the ballot paper and could not find UKIP on the ballot paper….the UKIP box (and only the UKIP box) is obscured (no sorry hidden) by a strategic fold at the bottom of the paper. There is absolutely no reason to fold a paper in such a way. Who knew the electoral commission officials were so skilled in origami. My wife made exactly the same complaint….folding a paper in half would have been effective – why did they need an additional fold to hide a single party?


    • 24
      Albert's chainsaw sharpeners says:

      You have aright to complain do it.


      • 44
        well i never says:

        The nice lady in charge of my voting station
        told me the ballot paper had to be folded in a
        particular way to make it easier to fit in the box.

        It’s very simple to unfold,place your cross and
        refold that way.Also there was a party underneath
        UKIP- didn’t recognise the name.


    • 40
      Guffaws says:

      Hilarious! UKIP voters must be worried if they think supporters cannot master folded paper. Gawd knows how they manage to cook or drive!

      A laugh a minute with the Kippers, it’ll be great to see so many of them in the EU parliament, it’s like the old days when we’d lay siege to a castle and catapault dead sheep to poison the well, now we send UKIP down the Eurotunnel!


      • 163
        one person, one vote, one time says:

        It is a question of principle – that you will not recognise this is indicative of your contempt for democracy.


    • 65
      JH2382198409283 says:

      I’ll bet that last fold – and only that last fold – has been made as hard as possible, so it won’t flop open and will feel like the bottom of the sheet.

      Shit like this is worthy of a banana republic.


    • 80
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Can you tell us your approximate area?

      On that note, anyone who wants to report similar should just change their moniker to the name of the polling station and send a message here to say it has happened.

      Preserve your anonymity here but report the fact and the station.

      Don’t forget to send a written complaint to your returning officer.


      • 108
        SE21 says:

        Happened in South London also….disgrace!


      • 121
        haddock says:

        I emailed the Electoral commission some days ago to ask what they had done to stop this ‘folding thing’…. I got the following reply

        “Thank you for your email to the Electoral Commission.

        I can confirm that the Electoral Commission’s guidelines, stating that ballot papers should be handed to voters unfolded, are still in place.”

        Seems like they have not reinforced this guidance, to make it an instruction.

        Complain to the returning officer, the folded papers will be there for all to see at the count, the evidence will be there.*
        Of course the poster now at all polling stations telling of the ban on photography should prevent any evidence being produced until after the poll has closed.

        * this assumes, of course, that votes for UKIP will still be in the box when ‘opened’ at the count after days in ‘secure’ storage overseen by ‘impartial’ officials.


  13. 23
    UKIP MAN says:

    We will win in all the civilised places and the south west where they have 6 fingers on each hand.
    Labour will win all the scumbag places.
    The conservatives will win knowhere. We will kill the lib dem oiks off.


  14. 25
    Nick Clogg says:

    On the bright side,none is better than nothing. It could have been worse.


  15. 30
    john mackie says:

    I took my 8 year old into the polling station and booth for his first civics lesson.

    He spotted the UKIP box immediately and put our cross there.

    We both walked out with a spring in our steps.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. 32
    Al's Anglo Alliance Assembly says:



  17. 33
    Anonymous says:

    Basically, Guido is an Irish Republican.


  18. 37
    Van Rompuy says:

    Hello damp rag Little Englanders,

    Remember to vote UKIP.

    Vote UKIP, Get EU


  19. 41
    F##k the LibLabCon says:

    A senior NHS cardiac nurse abusing his position.


    • 55
      He just broke electoral law says:

      That’s vote tampering. Someone should report this to the police. The c-unt should lose his job.


      • 63
        i think says:

        That’s outrageous.


      • 75
        jgm2 says:

        Isn’t Twitter amazing. No wonder the police spend all their time monitoring it. So many people actually broadcast their crimes to the world.

        Although I suspect vote-tampering is somewhere down the list what with all those thought crimes they have to investigate.


    • 69
      NHS Nurse says:

      I told him he’d had a stroke and as result had the mental capacity of a rotten cabbage.
      he said
      “Oh well best vote Labour then”


    • 76
      If true rip him a new one GF says:

      No doubt a Pilgrim as well.
      Two birds with one stone Guido.


    • 90
      A doctor says:

      Another one with an arse for a mouth.


    • 93
      He just broke electoral law says:

      He’s provided plenty of information on his Twitter homepage for the police to track him down:

      First name (P*ul), a photo, his occupation (senior cardiac nurse) and his location (Dorset).

      Time to give the rozzers a call.


    • 115
      Anonymous says:


      Tweet all occurrences


  20. 42
    Shit-hole Britain says:


  21. 46
    • 68
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      Still voting UKIP


    • 96
      Round_File_&_Flat_File says:

      Proves he’s Human then. Would not vote for any Zombie.


    • 114
      Left wingers are full of shit says:

      You know what labour let slip?
      The dogs of war.
      I’ll vote UKIP You continue voting Labour.
      Never know they might win again in 2015 get back to bombing them brown folk in the middle east.


  22. 49
    Mangochutney says:


  23. 50
    EU Referendum blog says:

    Given his virulent campaign against Farage and UKIP, I dared to point out to Dr Richard North on his blog that perhaps it wasn’t so easy to put across the anti-EU message after he complained about his lack of airtime and balance on a debate on BBC Leeds…and maybe he could temper his condemnation.

    He deleted my comment, with a load of abuse.

    Lol!…what a coward…

    I see he has now banned me.


  24. 51
    FrankFisher says:

    Am hearing that in polling stations across the country the ballot papers is being issued fooled over to obscure UKIP on the bottom – pleas, everyone, spread news about this. The bastards will keep doing it, but people need to be aware of what is happening.

    They pulled same stunt in 2009. Where is the Electoral Commission?


    • 70
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Thanks Frank.

      Have pinged this to my friends back in UK.

      My vote already made for UKIP.

      Good luck!


    • 78
      Ab Dull's Benefits Taxpayer says:

      Folded? But fooled works as well.


      • 166
        John Elector says:

        Been and voted, form was torn off pad and completely unfolded so these liebor council workers are politicising their jobs, not for the first time of course. Most of you overpaid underworked jobs worths are for the guillotine sooner or later.


    • 138
      They are so arrogant that they can blatantly cheat and don't care who sees it says:

      I have just voted and was handed completely unfolded forms – people on the ground must be doing this. I would suggest it may be illegal to deliberately seek to obscure any candidates from the ballot paper so find a Police Officer to go into the Polling station where this is happening and ask him to establish who has given the instruction to do this as they are likely in breach of criminal law, at least the catch all malfeasance in public office. This stinks and all Polling stations should potentially have results disqualified for the whole vote including postal votes. The Electoral Commission are only doing what they are paid to do – maintain the establishment hegemony – check out Jenny Watson’s impressive CV of failing to achieve anything positive with any of her sinecures. I recently emailed Bob Neill, my local MP about postal voting – reply must have got lost in cyberspace


  25. 54
    F##k the LibLabCon says:


  26. 56
    Winston says:

    Just heard/hearing my first Cuckoo of the year.

    Is this an omen?

    The cuckoo is a pretty bird, she sings as she flies; she brings us glad tidings, and she tells us no lies


    • 109
      Ockham's Razor says:

      Every bird however sweet
      Is an airborne cesspit.
      You look up into the sky
      Just to get a face of shit.


    • 143
      Orni says:

      The bird that sings “cuckoo” is the male. The female makes a gurgling sound.


  27. 59
    WTF! says:


  28. 61
    Anonymous says:

    “Google Backs UKIP”
    But does UKIP back Google? Will Nigel outlaw attempts, by anyone, to erase past events from the record? (As currently being promulgated by an institutionally unaccountable EU). Or could he and that provider, at the very least strive to create a digital library. Where the identities of those who have successfully subverted history, to potentially allow them to repeat it, are listed. Such that a quick interweb search throws up an alert. In regard to the trust, or distrust, the public should in future confer on said individual.


  29. 71
    Welcome to the Hotel California says:

    This doodle only on the UK site, not DE or FR… the evidence mounts…


  30. 87
    Ab Dull's Benefits Taxpayer says:

    Does anybody really expect any change in Tower Hamlets?

    Have you read anything on the Olive Tree OFSTED inspection where the team were pressure to leave before they had finished and had found in a primary school library books only on one religion, books on stoning women and killing gayers.

    It’s like stopping a waterfall.


  31. 92

    Vote UKIP :-)


  32. 95
    Breaking News says:

    Live coverage of voting in Tower Hamlets


    • 129
      Spartacus says:

      isn’t that the ex belgian prime minister being allowed to shout down farage in the you-ro-peeing parliament


  33. 101
    Patrick Power says:

    Its 6/4 on a UKIP candidate will be physically attacked today.


  34. 102
  35. 103
    Floating voter says:

    I’ll be voting after work. I’m torn between Tory and UKIP.

    Any advice?


  36. 107
    jeremy clarkson says:

    Eeny, meeny, miny, moe
    Voting UKIP. Off I go.


  37. 113
    Utter fucking evil cunts says:

    One of the greatest teachers I ever had at school was a leftie who hated Thatcher. Before you jump on me, let me finish explaining why he was great.

    He made no bones about being left wing. But during a debate on politics, when a pupil said parties like the B — N — P should be banned, he asked “Why are you such a fascist?” The boy said he was surprised that he of all people would be against banning them, but the teacher said just because you loathe a political party doesn’t mean you have the right to ban them. He said he hated the B — N — P too but if someone wanted to vote for them, that’s their right and no one should take it away.

    He believed in the principle of “I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll defend to the death your right to say it.” Today’s lefties of the UAF, Hope Not Hate and Labour ilk are ultra fascists who are bent on illegal tactics like vote tampering, post vote fraud and all out violence.


  38. 116
    Ab Dull's Benefits Taxpayer says:

    If you ever transgress into Al Jazz Arabic on the free view thing, it’s not the same as the infidel version. Also, it’s always boms, may hem and shit in general going off. You would think it was a way of life for these shitholes.


    • 130
      Spartacus says:

      like the riots in greexe and the general strike battles with police in spain

      those shit-holes?


      • 139
        A green person who likes talking utter crap says:

        Ah Greece the country which burned a pregnant woman to death whilst she worked in a Bank.


  39. 119
    Don't use a Pencil says:

    Just voted, on trying to use a Biro, they objected. When said where does it say Pencil, they backed down. Remember a pencil can be tampered with afterwards a Biro cannot.


  40. 122
    Vote Vote !! says:

    Vote for an Independence from Europe. Let’s cause an earthquake


    • 137
      The former President of Ukraine says:

      I am going to the bank this afternoon and taking all my money out in cash.


  41. 134

    Vote UKIP :-D


  42. 135
    BBC buried news of the day says:

    Rise in EU immigration to the UK:

    “The detailed figures show that in the year to December 2013, some 201,000 EU citizens came into the UK as long-term immigrants, something officials said was a statistically significant increase of 43,000 over the previous year. Of those, 125,000 came for work reasons, up from 95,000 the year before”


  43. 142
    yawn says:

    What a ridiculous story from the once great Guido.


  44. 155
    HenryV says:

    Just voted. You can’t park near the polling station because of the Labour supporters’ new big Jags, BMWs, and VWs ferrying near corpses into vote. I hate it how around here Labour could put Harvey the Rabbit up for election and they would still vote for him.

    The EU ballot paper made laugh. As well as UKIP there must have been another 8 or so get out of the EU parties and independents. Cameron really is losing a lot of votes.


  45. 158
    Anonymous says:

    Not in Northern Ireland – last one on the ballot is Ulster Unionist!!


  46. 159
    Eba'gum Trebor says:

    What about Zanu PF? FFS.


  47. 165
    Joe Mills says:

    Google is one of the most progressive and liberal companies. It would be horrified to be linked with UKIP, the UK branch of the fascist wave currently sweeping Europe. Google would be last in line when it comes to the anti foreigner, gay, empowered women bashing hate that is UKIP. Google represents the forces of progress and modernity, the antithesis of UKIP’s regressive plans, followers and doctrine. One sincerely hopes its days are numbered as voters take a sober look at their policies and protagonists.


  48. 168
    Bucks says:

    The YOURvoice party (I’ve no idea either, but they had one of those square bar codes as their picture) was below UKIP here.


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