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UKIP’s Clowns of the Year

Posted by juniusukip on December 31, 2008

The Junius award for UKIP’s Clown of the Year must go to Nigel Farage. His arrogance, incompetence, stupidity, treachery and dishonesty have ensured that support for UKIP has plummeted since his election as leader. His total inability to accept criticism and his uncanny ability to alienate previously hardworking and dedicated UKIP activists has now ensured that many branches are refusing to support his attempt to re-join the EU Gravy Train in June 2009.

But Nigel could not have done this without the support of his dedicated group of sycophants and nodding donkeys.

Nigel must share his ‘Clown of the Year’ award with Mussolini lookalike Paul ‘anything you say, Nigel’ Nuttall. Paul Nuttall is a man without honour or decency. He colluded with Farage to remove Greg Beaman as lead MEP candidate in the NW and then went on to endorse the unlawful expulsion of Dr Eric Edmond and Dr David Abbott from the NEC. He continues to curry favour with Farage at every opportunity. His political opportunism is sickening.

Others members of the Farage sycophants club include: David Bannerman, Michael Zuckerman, Christopher Gill, Derek Clark, Rachel Oxley, Douglas Denny, Jonathan Arnott, Stuart Agnew, Jeffrey Titford, Peter Reeve, Michael McGough, David Challice, Godfrey Bloom, George Curtis, Andrew Smith, Gawain Towler, Jill Seymour, Bob Feal-Martinez, Stuart Gulleford, Mark Croucher, Lisa Duffy, Annabelle Fuller, John Whittaker, Clive Page, Malcolm Wood, Marta Andreasen and Alan Bown.

Their unwavering support for Farage’s dishonesty and corruption will ensure UKIP’s electoral meltdown in 2009.
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Peter Cole, Chairman of UKIP Fenland, speaks out

Posted by juniusukip on December 31, 2008

On the 8th December UKIP’s very own ‘Bloggers 4 UKIP’ site featured the following story:

“AT least one corner of Doddington is sparkling with Christmas lights thanks to the Fenland branch of UKIP.When members found out the village would not be having lights this year it decided to do something about it. The branch paid for the purchase and installation of lights all over the Three Tuns public house and gardens. On Friday there were celebrations for the big switch-on.

Len Baynes of UKIP explained that for a number of years the pub has been the unofficial headquarters for UKIP in the Fens.

He said: “We felt that all the support we get from Brian and Jenny Adams and the clientele at the pub deserves some recognition. A fully qualified electrician has been on hand to oversee the installation and it was great to see so many people at the switch-on”.

End of article.

Conveniently ‘Bloggers 4 UKIP’ failed to mention the fact that UKIP Fenland had received absolutely no help, encouragement or support from the Party or the Regional Organiser. Indeed, they are totally ignored by Farage and his clique.

Peter Cole, Chairman of UKIP Fenland, has said on the British Democracy Forum (30/12/8) that “Fenland Branch gets NO help from either HQ or the regional committee or from Peter Reeve the regional organiser; they are too busy promoting themselves”.

End of quote.

Farage’s total contempt for the membership will prove his undoing. Many branches are already refusing to campaign in the Euros because they now realise that the leadership is only interested in them when they want their money or their activists to campaign to get Farage and his friends elected to the EU Gravy Train.

UKIP faces electoral disaster in 2009 unless Farage’s and his cabal are removed. Their inept leadership, incompetence and dishonesty have all but destroyed UKIP.

UKIP’s future leaders must always put patriotism before self-interest and greed. We need decent and men and women who believe in democracy and freedom of speech. Unless this is done UKIP will implode.

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Advice for Farage & Nuttall

Posted by juniusukip on December 30, 2008

He that gives good advice, builds with one hand; he that gives good counsel and example, builds with both; but he that gives good admonition and bad example, builds with one hand and pulls down with the other.

Francis Bacon

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Yet another photo from Nigel Farage’s secret UKIP photo album

Posted by juniusukip on December 29, 2008

Dear Junius

Please find enclosed another photo from my private album. I hope you can use it in your blog. It was taken at the Ind Dem Xmas party in Brussels. I’m the one on the bottom. I never realised Marta was so heavy!

Happy New Year!

Love Nigel XXX

Nigel, your wish is my command!

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Nigel Farage & Declan Ganley: The ‘beast’ of friends

Posted by juniusukip on December 29, 2008

You should all take Nigel Farage’s hostile reaction to Declan Ganley ( pictured above) with a large pinch of salt. He is simply acting like anyone who has been soundly rejected. You need to remember that a few weeks ago he couldn’t praise Declan enough.
Nigel was rather eager to win the support of Mr Ganley as he knew that any party launched by him was bound to take votes away from UKIP and thus lessen Nigel‘s chances of getting re-elected to the EU Gravy Train.
During the summer Nigel was keen to woo Declan and so met him to discuss terms and conditions. Unfortunately, Nigel’s dictatorial tendencies soon kicked in and he demanded that he personally been given total control of any UK campaign financed by Mr Ganley. It was hardly surprising that Declan said no. The talks quickly broke down.
Thanks to Nigel’s ‘fuehrer complex’ UKIP lost the best chance to win a major financial backer and thus prevent certain electoral defeat.
Thanks Nigel. With a clown like you ‘leading’ UKIP who needs an opposition!

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More tales from UKIP’s NEC: The nodding donkeys finally show some backbone

Posted by juniusukip on December 28, 2008

December’s NEC meeting proved rather eventful in more ways than one. Nigel Farage actually proposed to the NEC that UKIP distance itself from the withdrawalist argument. As you can imagine events then became rather heated. Gerard Batten was particularly incensed with this suggestion and said that “if we’re not a withdrawalist party then we’re nothing”.

In a desperate attempt to save Nigel from humiliation Derek Clark tried to pour oil on troubled waters by suggesting that the public were bored by the use of the word ‘withdrawalist’. After failing to convince anyone he went rather quiet.

It was then proposed by that a vote be taken to confirm UKIP’s commitment to leave the EU. Even Farage could see he had gone too far and did not vote against the motion. He was left feeling rather foolish and red faced. It now seems that the some of the nodding donkeys on the NEC are slowly waking up to the fact that Nigel is not all that he seems.

If anyone doubts my word on these events please ask the NEC why they suddenly felt the need to pass a formal vote confirming UKIP’s commitment to leaving the EU.

Ladies and Gentlemen, Nigel Farage is now an EU reformist. His only concern is re-election to the Gravy Train. Dump him now before it’s too late!

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A Christmas message from Junius

Posted by juniusukip on December 24, 2008

A big thank you to all those dedicated UKIP members and officials who over the last few months have supplied me with evidence of the dishonesty and corruption that threatens to destroy UKIP unless Farage and his cabal are removed.

Thanks also to Greg Lance-Watkins for his excellent blog on corruption in Nigel Farage’s EUKIP.

Rest assured we WILL clean-up UKIP. Farage, Nuttall and the nodding donkeys on the NEC will fall. In 2009 they will face the final reckoning!

Have a very Happy Christmas and a very prosperous New Year!

Junius

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Nigel Farage shows his contempt for UKIP members

Posted by juniusukip on December 24, 2008

Len Baynes, pictured first on the left, is the founder member of two UKIP branches and is currently the Treasurer of UKIP Fenland in Cambridgeshire. He recently sent an email to Nigel Farage and the NEC. The email concerned the recent Luton mock EU referendum. It was returned by Farage UNREAD.

Clearly, Mr Farage has no interest in anything that the membership has to say.

From: “FARAGE Nigel” nigel.farage@europarl.europa.eu To: “Len Baynes” lenbay@tiscali.co.uk Sent: Monday, December 22, 2008 3:17 AM

Subject: Not read: Luton mock referendum

To: ukipbootle@yahoo.co.uk; shawforddavid@hotmail.com;alanbown@btinternet.com; del1young@yahoo.co.uk;jill_seymour@btopenworld.com; susan@keymerhaslam.co.uk;eric.edmond@tiscali.co.uk; cgill36@hotmail.co.uk; dcbdcbuk@yahoo.co.uk;douglas.denny@btopenworld.com; lisa.duffy2@tesco.net;mazuckerman@bensonmazure.co.uk; FARAGE Nigel; derekclark@hotmail.co.uk;rjoxley@lineone.net

Subject: Luton mock referendum
Sent: Mon, 20 Oct 2008 21:33:21 +0100
was deleted without being read on Mon, 22 Dec 2008 04:17:33 +0100

For more information see Greg Lance-Watkin’s blog http://www.caterpillarsandbutterflies.blogspot.com/

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How the EU affects Brown’s fiscal stimulus

Posted by juniusukip on December 23, 2008

Another excellent article by Dr Eric Edmond and taken from his blog http://ukiptruth.blogspot.com/

The most effective way Gordon could have cut our tax burden would have been to reduce VAT to zero on domestic gas and electricity. This would have cost the same as his 2.5% overall reduction but would have benefited the old and those on low incomes the most. He did not do this because it was against EU rules to cut VAT below 15%. Why is this? Well a chunk of all our VAT payments goes directly to the EU and the boys in Brussels don’t want to see their income drop.

Equally worrying is that the benefit of his 2.5% reduction will benefit our EU trading partners more than us. We do not make as many motor cars people now want to buy compared with Italy, France, Germany etc. So the benefit of our tax cut will simply leak away to the EU.

Comments in the last week from both Bank of England deputy governors, Bean and Gieve have hit sterling hard. Interest rates may have to go to zero, we did not appreciate the severity of the banking crisis did not play well on the Forex market. The usual platitude about learning lessons also goes down like a lead balloon. Central bank deputy governors should know what the are doing and not still be at banking school.

One universal characteristic of all busts is that they are always preceded by a huge bubble. The seeds of our current banking crisis were sown during the years of easy credit and low interest rates which pushed up house prices to an unsustainable level. Many of us who worked in the Bank of England at the time knew this but those at the top did not want to listen. You don’t get reappointed as Governor or on to the MPC by telling HMG the politically inconvenient truths or asking awkward questions. Come to think of it its the same on UKIP NEC!

It is a sad truth that the ECB have handled the banking crisis better than we have. The ECB was modelled on the Bundesbank which was, and is, a genuinely politically independent central bank unlike the BoE. The reason for this lies in the hyper-inflation Germany experienced around 1930 at the end of the Weimar republic and secondly at the end of WWII. Its a case of twice bitten. If you cast your mind back to when the UK was kicked out of the ERM, Lamont asked the German Chancellor to use German reserves to support sterling. He rightly told Lamont this was not in his power but was a decision for the Bundesbank. The BU refused and sterling left the ERM to our great eventual benefit. Sometimes it is better to leave things to the markets as we shall eventually come to realise as our current banking crisis plays out.

How does this affect UKIP. Well, when the penny drops with the British public that the ECB has done quite well and the BoE/HMT behaved like headless chickens there will be a huge build up of pressure for us to join the Euro. The Tories will oppose this and demand a referendum. They may not get one but public opinion will polarise in the UK for and against the EU. We may be faced with another Lisbon Treaty situation but this time UKIP will have to fight and that fight will be in the UK. We will need a strong grass roots organisation in the UK. Current UKIP party policy on ‘rooting out’ activists is weakening and destroying our capability for this, the real fight. We have to stop this silly policy now before it does irreparable damage to our core cause.

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UKIP East set to implode

Posted by juniusukip on December 22, 2008

UKIP East is in dire straights at the moment. On average they are losing 17 members a month and events such as the highly publicised Bar Hill campaign meeting only managed to attract about 40 people. To matters worse Peter Reeve has admitted to the Regional Committee that ‘there had been no progress on General Election candidate selection’. He went on to explain that they needed at least £100,000 to fight the Euro election campaign.

At the moment UKIP East has a few thousand in the bank. They can never hope to raise Reeve’s suggested target. Moral in the East is now at rock bottom with donations few and far between. Even Mr Agnew’s loan will not save them as many branches are refusing to campaign in the Euros unless the whole question of the corrupt MEP selection process is investigated. Indeed, several branches are threatening to shutdown if nothing is done.

How much longer can the blinkered leadership continue to ignore the serious problems that threaten to destroy UKIP?

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