July 4th, 2014

Breaking: Thanet South Tories Select Former UKIP Leader

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Craig Mackinlay has been selected as the Tory candidate for the Thanet South constituency at the 2015 General Election – a seat being eyed as likely to be fought by Nigel Farage. Mackinlay was briefly UKIP’s leader in 1997 before serving as deputy leader of the party between 1997 and 2000. He joined the Conservative Party in 2005. Canny choice…


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  1. 1
    Ted Heath says:

    Good morning Cloud

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  2. 3
    Essex Man says:

    I’d rondez-vouez with Janet, quite near the Isle of Thanet.

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  3. 5
    President Obama says:

    I am the American Chukka Umana!

    Go War-sester-shyer patriots!

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    Psychotic, socialist, pedophile, necrophiliac, BBC light entertainment star says:

    C’mon Farage, you fucking EU fanatic and political fraud,,,lets see you put your name down for a GE2015 seat

    What that? you don’t want to undermine the myth that you’re a political winner????

    Remember kids……don’t go near any BBC light entertainment stars, and if you want to keep the fucking Marxist rat Millipede out of No10…… vote Tory!!

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      rick says:

      Remember kids…. Vote Tory, get LibLabCon. Get “I treasure the BBC”, Dave.

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      • 110
        The Growler says:

        I am surprised anybody really knows what Dave thinks from day to day, he changes his mind so often.

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      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      Vote Tory and see even more British taxpayers’ money given away to foreign despots and charity expense fraudsters.

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        Persona Non Grata says:

        Meanwhile Cameron is busy signing us up to all aspects of Euro justice, and frothing at the mouth over the EU’s failure to sign up Turkey as a member state. asap. Dave a compulsive liar and the biggest traitor since Heath.

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  6. 13
    Fritter says:

    Where’s Roger Helmer? Because Nigel “Junket King” Farage is helping himself to another portion of fritters!

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  7. 14
    Mycroft says:

    Immensely risky move.

    I mean there are so many angles to him running that I can’t believe Tory HQ has let it happen.

    I can’t wait to see this pan out.

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    With David's Yellow Banana says:

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    Anonymous says:

    Serving MPs on police list of child abusers

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  10. 21

    Was his mother also his sister? Or is that another one?

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  11. 23
    Chuka says:

    Labour will win Tennessee.

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  12. 24
    The sad truth says:

    ‘More than 10′ politicians on list held by police investigating Westminster ‘paedophile ring’

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10947561/More-than-10-politicians-on-list-held-by-police-investigating-Westminster-paedophile-ring.html

    Hang the fuckers with piano wire

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  13. 25
    Bubba says:

    Hey boy. Come on over here and gimme some good lovin. My name ain’t Jake but I gotta peg for your ass.

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  14. 28
    The sad truth says:

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      Time for the Truth says:

      Let’s see how long it takes for the names to come out.

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      Compromised Hunts says:

      You can bet their names are well known to several foreign intelligence services ie the US, !srae1 and Russia.

      Any wonder our political class make the seemingly bizarre decisions they do?

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    Chris Ship says:

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    What would a typical p4edophile look like? says:

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  17. 31
    Perverts in all parties says:

    I’ve noticed there’s always plenty of anger here over Labour and Lib Dem nonces, and quite rightly too, but almost none over Tory pedalos. Why is that, righties? A touchy subject? Too close to home? Some of you visitors to Elm Guest House? Or featured in the video showing McAlpine and friends r*ping boys and then burying them alive and terrified the footage might emerge one day?

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    • 34
      F##k the LibLabCon says:

      What??? Hang ‘em all I say, I really don’t care which political party the nonces belong to and I bet many if not all here would say the same.

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    • 81
      M­a­­q­b­o­­ul says:

      Fucking idiot.

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    • 85
      Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

      Liblabcon nonces and expense fraudsters pervade Westminster. So why would anybody with a shred of morality vote for them?

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  18. 32
    Joke of the day says:

    After crashing his boat into the Thames barrier a Muslim man was asked by the police,”why did you do it?” he replied, “it was ram-a-dam”.

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    Lord Tebbit of Semtex says:

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  20. 35
    The British media are cunts says:

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  21. 37
    The good ship says:

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  22. 38
    Leon Brighttan says:

    I’m talking noncesense.

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  23. 41
    Pieman says:

    I bet old Rolf is bouncing up and down like a kangaroo on a frying pan right about now.

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    Anonymous says:

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      Anonymous says:

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        Anonymous says:

        “And asked if it was true that a file of evidence naming politicians as suspects and others was lost, he replied: “I handed the file to an officer and I have no ­knowledge where it went after that.”

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      • 58

        Well name the fucker again !!!

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          Cinna says:

          It’s funny isn’t it? Just like the Savile case; when it all starts coming into the open we have a never-ending queue of people turning up and telling us how they knew what was going on years ago…but they did nothing about it. We’ve had policemen, nurses, hospital administrators, etc. They could all have created a fuss and perhaps stopped further victims being abused, but no, their own lives were more important.

          Yesterday evening there was an appalling woman, a BBC NI employee no less, on BBC news, shedding crocodile tears over Rolf Harris’ victims. She, herself, she said had been abused by him. He had forcibly kissed her and stuck his tongue in her mouth. This was after an event she was covering for the BBC. Did she report him to the BBC? Like hell she did. She allowed him to get away with it.

          At this point I should point out that she did go out of her way to exonerate the BBC from all blame. No surprise there then…I believe she still works for them.

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        • 123
          Miranda says:

          It must be a Labour MP or the Mirror would specify “Tory MP”, probably also Libdem.

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      • 132
        angieteuton says:

        Is the top picture Ed Millibland with his new face and a new wife ?

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    Nonce Watch says:

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    Anonymous says:

    Was at the selection and he performed well against strong completion. Wants out of Europe and we now have a former kent grammar school accountant, possibly against a public school ex banker. Moving into the constituency from Medway which is much closer than Farage’s Biggin Hill home.
    Local focused candidate against national focused candidate. No contest!

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      Farage is the True Kipper says:

      Active in the Conservative Party from his school days, Farage left the party in 1992 in protest at the John Major government’s signing of the Treaty on European Union at Maastricht. He was a founding member of UKIP in 1993.

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      • 108
        Anonymous says:

        Craig was also a founding member of UKIP. His focus is local residents not national media and self.

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          Persona Non Grata says:

          Craig is just another of Dave’s useful idiots, who should have stayed with UKIP, if he genuinely wants out of the EU.

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    wrinkled weasel says:

    Craig is not short of a bob or two.

    “Data published by the Electoral Commission showed that the candidate who spent most was Craig MacKinlay in Kent, paying out £98,751.46 for a campaign that was ultimately unsuccessful. The winning candidate, Ann Barnes, spent £64,676.” (Election for police and crime commissioner.

    BTW, if you Google “Craig MacKinlay” ukip, there is a message at the bottom of the page that says:

    “Some results may have been removed under data protection law in Europe”

    I don’t know if this means anything or if it is standard google schtick.

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    • 115
      Mycroft says:

      It means the page has been censored.

      Type:- (https//)www.google.com/ncr and you get the full unedited google.

      Remove your old link, replace with ‘make this your home page’.

      That is the full-fat internet search.

      Whilst you’re there type in ‘wayback’ and when you get the time when ever anyone gives you a link, then track back on ‘wayback’ to see who is messing about with history and what was really written.

      Trust no-one, believe no-one, remain a true voice.

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      • 116
        Mycroft says:

        Using the above and by digging a little the choice for Thanet is a minefield for the Tories.

        I said above in post no.9 that it’s risky… a bit of historical background is always illuminating.

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    Don't look over there... says:

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    The UK still the poodle of the US says:

    By “Punishing” France, The US Just Accelerated The Demise Of The Dollar

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-04/punishing-france-us-just-accelerated-demise-dollar-0

    Not even we anticipated this particular “unintended consequence” as a result of the US multi-billion dollar fine on BNP (which France took very much to heart). Moments ago, in a lengthy interview given to French magazine Investir, none other than the governor of the French National Bank Christian Noyer and member of the ECB’s governing board, said this stunner at the very end, via Bloomberg:

    •NOYER: BNP CASE WILL ENCOURAGE ‘DIVERSIFICATION’ FROM DOLLAR

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      Persona Non Grata says:

      If this happens USA in deep sh*t. 1929 depression goint to look like a credit card default.

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    ZH says:

    By “Punishing” France, The US Just Accelerated The Demise Of The Dollar

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-07-04/punishing-france-us-just-accelerated-demise-dollar-0

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    Sleb nonce says:

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      He wrote. She wrote. It's there forever says:

      Half of Plod time is now taken up by “social” meeja. Though I tend to think that the plod like it that way.

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        From the canteen says:

        Bloody right. Who wants to go tramping round the pavements with parang wielding loonies on the loose?

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    When Myth becomes fact says:

    You don’t half hear some rubbish from the Sky Paper review especially when Mark Longhurst is chairing it.

    Tonight they all agreed that the Telegraph exposed the MPs’ expenses. No it didn’t, a Canadian called Heather Brooks did, working on her own, she achieved what the whole of a subservient Fleet Street did not want to achieve.

    The Telegraph’s input was to buy the redacted CD’s from someone working in Westminster after Heather had exposed the MPS and then published them drip by drip.

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    Tachybaptus says:

    His poster says ‘Tough on crime, tough on criminals’. Is he positioning himself as another ö to Blö?

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    'Gypsy' Dave Cooper says:

    He looks shifty to me, very shifty.

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      Tachybaptus says:

      He looks to me as if he was about to punch the photographer in the face.

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        From the lobby says:

        With a name like Craig Mackinlay he sounds like another fucking Scotch interloping trougher to me. I thought they were all supposed to be prevented from standing until the results of the Scotch exit strategy from the cess pit called England had been decided upon.

        Are there no decent upstanding ENGLISH persons who would like to represent that seat?

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Cover up on the way. “Sorry, we have lost it” coming from the Home Office. Just ask 5 and 6 for their copies. Also ask them about the two non-robberies at Geoffrey Dickens’s house and Flat that happened at the same time. Perpetrators are probably retired quietly somewhere by now, “Technical Assault on a Building” I thonk the course is called…. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-28172056

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    Masonic Illuminati Untouchable Child Buggering Politician says:

    Listen I make the laws innit, we nicked them asians running around picking up white gurls off da streets so our reward is a raid on da sweetie shop. My mate the pig farmer has been at his Belgravia parties for years don’t even ask about the depravities in Morocco….Teddy started it all with his yacht business, he was a boy!

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  38. 91
    Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

    Tory slogan as above – ‘tough on crime, tough on criminals’. Yet all along they have been harbouring the worst kind of criminals within their very own ranks.

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      UKIP the voice of reason says:

      Tough on crime and tough on criminals?

      I hope the twat uses that in his election campaign just as details of the child molester ring in Westminster comes to light coming up to 2015. The general election could be very interesting indeed.

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    MI5 says:

    What we need is a huge diversion. Terrorist outrage anyone?

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    Anonymous says:

    “Tories Select Former UKIP Leader”
    If he didn’t bring his own policies and ideology with him, the party’s will be provided. What exactly goes on inside these politician’s heads? Another of life’s great mysteries maybe? Up there with why, if they can monitor Merkel’s mobile, they can’t corral and confiscate drug-trade revenues and pay off national debts? Something not quite cosher nor even halal there, yer think?

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    Potential merge on the horizon?

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  42. 114
    The Sod says:

    Will they include Dunblane in the police enquiry.

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  43. 120
    Persona Non Grata says:

    Four thousand people a week leaving Britain, citing immigration as biggest worry.

    http://tinyurl.com/nsjfchx

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  44. 125
    Not thr real Chris Grayling says:

    Give all benefit claimants an oyster card.
    They may then stand a chance of getting to work.

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  45. 126
    Not the real Chris Grayling says:

    Best idea today?

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  46. 129
    tigerowl says:

    Tory take a UKIP as a candidate. Whoopee doo. Interchangeable parties.
    Tory – UKIP – UKIP – Tory. Same prats in a canoe with no paddle.

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  47. 130
    Anonymous says:

    Is there a Clyde in the deck I wonder?

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