Very interesting, since we can’t form a government and UKIP might have done in 2010


but now it’s been busticated.

David Davis

Someones, and it’s clear that they have supporters in Westmonster, don’t want there to be an English UK Government outside the EU or GramscoFabiaNazism, and we feel that we know who they are but we can all argue. Such an administration would be a single and terrible threat.  The demolition of the BNP can be conducted by the BBC and its accolytes as is known to be how it’s done, for a false aunt-Sally has had to be made to take the blows. The BNP is a socialist pary so they can’t complain. They are being shot by their own side in public, as on Question Time, and we cannot really interfere.

The destruction of the BNP is the happening in a faraway country of which we know nothing. The Enemy-Class buggers created the BNP on purpose and quite deliberately through their “multicultural policies”, they then set it up as a Straw-Man, and proceeded to ritually attack it on the telly. The next target is UKIP which is what they were really exercised about.

There was a small chance that UKIP could do two things: (1) Get us out of the EU without a shooting-war, and (2) unwind some of the more terrifying GramscoFabiaNazi type legislation that we have now about things like cheese-rolling, pipe-cleaners, toys, food, beef, sheep, farmers, food, grain, water, electricity, money, farmers, farmland, what the bastards can grow and when, slaughterhouses, lorries, roads,  who can park where or when, how wide your hedgerow-margins can be for bats, flies, butterflies, caterpillars, beetles and other useless inedibles and so on, oh and BIRDS….

ALL BIRDS WILL HAVE TO GO

unless Richard Dawkins can convince me otherwise at the WAR CRIMES TRIAL of the RSPB since he is a good and honest man. He can be their Mackenzie-Friend.

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3 responses to “Very interesting, since we can’t form a government and UKIP might have done in 2010

  1. I wouldn’t write off UKIP just yet. Rumours abound that wealthy backers are willing to pay the £300K for UKIP.

    It’s essential that we get out of the EU. As OpenEurope’s new report on EU surveillance tells us, if we don’t, we are headed for totalitarianism by any other name.

    The Tories are also worried about losing 50 seats, as UKIP field candidates in anti-EU Labour marginalsM/a>.

  2. It is possible that this will stir up public sympathy for UKIP.

    The partial, biased (The lib dems got away with exactly what UKIP are now being punished for) way the law is applied is being so blatant that it must be starting to get though to more people, despite the almost total news blackout on the subject.

  3. It seems that when the EU or UKIP ought to be in the news, something else rather too easily manufactured takes over: just before the EU elections the expenses scandal broke, making the headlines when the story ought to have been the EU and Britain’s future outside it.

    Now UKIP is being bullied and robbed by the Electoral Commission in a shameful manner under the convenient cloak of a massive BNP promotion campaign, diverting attention away from what is almost certainly one of the major political news items of the period.