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Nigel Farage: Establishment singled out UKIP candidate who called David Cameron a gay loving nutcase

  • Cal

    Farage has his work cut out for him as UKIP is a magnet for nasty nutters.

  • Sparkyu1

    “singling out” how can you single out an entire pack of bigots? These keep happening, these bigots keep showing themselves.

    It’s not the “establishment’s” fault, it’s the fault of a party that is encouraging these people and attracting them. You can’t show your arse to everyone then blame people for pointing it out

    • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

      The same applies to the three main parties with nutcases, yet you only notice Ukip either because of the disproportionate amount of media time given to their nutty candidates OR because you only want to notice Ukip so that you can push your anti-Ukip agenda.

      Here’s a list of some nutty and nasty incidents from the LibLabCon since January of this year: http://www.ukip.org/revealed_scandal_of_councillors_in_establishment_parties_you_may_not_have_heard_about

      • no

        If I say that these things should be exposed, why should I still vote for UKIP?

      • FMLuder

        You sad man. You even come on PinkNews to spout your homophobic “Vote UKIP!” gibberish.

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          Have I made any ‘homophobic’ comments?

          • Rovex

            Do you support gay marriage?

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            I’d get the state out of all marriage, yes.

          • Rovex

            Meaning? Marriage is a state institution, not a religious one, it never was. Churches are allowed to marry people by the state, not the other way round.

          • Steve Cheney

            Supporting a homophobic party, opposed to equal rights for gay people, is arguably more homophobic than just punching a gay man in the street. The latter affects one person once. A UKIP government can affect millions of gay people, every day of their lives, over and over again.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Absolutely bonkers.

            NEWSFLASH: the world doesn’t revolve around gay people.

          • saintlaw

            We know what you are. Even you know what you are. So really why bother?

            It’s like “the LibLabCon conspiracy” employ the likes of you to deepen the hatred all intelligent people feel for UKIP.

          • Patrick Gearon

            Now that is a very homophobic statement saintlaw, the very thing you’re accusing UKIP supporters of having.
            UKIP policies, as it is with my own, don’t give a dam if you’re white of black, gay or straight , rather it attempts to combat the divisive issues created by a ‘divide and rule’ establishment.
            This isn’t about ‘you’, it’s not about ‘me’ but rather as we all are as British and as a nation.
            The establishment has no argument for its EU position but can only smear UKIP through the media – the very thing that you are doing.
            I am hopeful someone can put forward a valid anti UKIP argument but so far all I hear are smears which isn’t an argument at all.

          • Rovex

            Rubbish. UKIP most certainly does care if you are white. black, gay or straight. This notion that UKIP is libertatrian is a lie. It doesnt want freedom for all, it wants freedom for middle class and above ‘native’ straight middle Englanders. It wants the right to discriminate, which it doesn’t feel it currently has.

            The idea that this is somehow libertarian is a joke. Libertarian is basically live and let live, not live and let die,which is exactly what UKIP wants.

      • Rovex

        Its not disproportionate at all. Its proportionate to the number of nutters in UKIP. The established parties (as you incorrectly call them) actually have less nutters now because so many have defected to your lot.

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          It is proportionate my dear, you can find tens of stories on the internet going into the hundreds of Tories, Labour and Liberals making loony comments, racist comments or being done for fraud.

          Try it, just type in on the internet ‘Conservative councillor fraud’ and you’ll find loads of stories. Nutters aren’t exclusive to Ukip as the media and yourself like to make out.

          • Rovex

            Do you not understand the concept of ‘proportional’? Sure the main parties have their nutters, as I said, but as a percentage of the total its small, UKIP seems dominated by them, its a magnet for them. Drop the strawman arguments, it makes you look weak.

            Im not against the notion of controlled immigration at all and id like to see us have more say over our own laws, however its the rest of UKIP that bothers me. The right wing, religiously fascist part that thinks religion trumps innate properties. UKIP is using the general anti-immigration and anti-islamic feeling in this country to get christianist dogma in by the back door. Most people do not want it. If UKIP was ‘clean’ euro-skeptic party I suspect there would be much much less of this bad press.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            You have an axe to grind with religion, lets be honest here.

            Militant atheist.

          • Rovex

            Religion is factually incorrect and dangerous when organised into cults.

            Id love to know what you think a militant atheist actually is. It will be amusing because no definition I have heard is very good.

            Most people in the UK do not want your brand of delusion.

          • Steve Cheney

            Surely the fact that the nutters are clearly unrepresentative of the major parties is a factor?

            UKIP’s MEPs have opposed equal pay laws, as well as opposing employee rights and public services that benefit all but the richest (and thus whitest) of people in Britain.

            It is ridiculous to imagine that a racist fruitloop in an ostensibly tolerant party is equivalent to a racist fruitloop in a party that has always defended intolerance and which opposes the very framework by which equality has been protected.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Because they oppose all EU law on principle.

            Duh.

          • Rovex

            Even ones that would genuinely help people? What a terrible thing to do. Sorry, but thats just plain immoral. It proves UKIP is racist and bigoted. So blinded by hate for other Europeans that they are willing to hurt people. Wow. Shall I invoke Godwins law again? Do I need to?

          • Rovex

            Ive covered this before. How terrible of them. Truly short sighted and immoral. Disgusting.

          • saintlaw

            Except UKIP are exclusively nutters.

      • saintlaw

        “anti-UKIP agenda”. Otherwise known as sanity.

        • Patrick Gearon

          State your argument and stop smearing.

          • Rovex

            The argument is that UKIP are not just Euro-skeptics, they are right wing Christians with an agenda to turn the UK back to Victorian values.

            Now im sure there are plenty of non religious Euro-skeptic UKIP members that are just about the euro angle, but the core party is not. If you are pro-gay, non christian, or left wing you are being used.

          • Patrick Gearon

            No, that’s an opinion, not an argument. But that’s ok. I think you’d find UKIP a lot more accepting than you think and that the issues you raise simply….aren’t.
            You have centred on the division within society, labelling people according sexual bias, religion and politics. Do you do this to everyone?
            UKIP attempts to do away with positive discrimination, funding and privileges to special groups so as to stop these divisions and create a level playing field. So, your being pro-gay might be at risk but your being gay isn’t, your being a muslim fundamentalist is at risk but not your being a muslim. And so on.
            So it is not UKIP being divisive at all but rather a brainless fear mongering media that is. It creates divisions where there are none, all in support of an establishment that hasn’t one single argument. It’s all based on innuendo and fear.

          • Rovex

            Oh really? So they are pro-gay marriage then? Gay marriage only affects gay people, so it shouldn’t be an issue for anyone else right?

            Do UKIP understand that allowing discrimination doesn’t work. Allowing christians to discriminate against people doesnt work because we would end up with a situation where anyone or any group could discriminate against anyone for anything. What if the water company was taken over by Atheists and decided it wouldnt supply to Christians? Would that be OK? If not why not? Whats the difference? Ae christians a special class now? That sounds like a bias to me towards superstition and away from innate properties and human rights (which we KNOW UKIP are against).

            The type of ‘freedom’ you claim to want is impossible to implement.

            You claim its all baseless fear and yet UKIP was against equal marriage and civil partnerships, its doesn’t vote to help non-discrimination in Europe, instead claiming its just trying to derail all EU policy (which is pathetic and childish).
            So again wehy should any decent person who believes in real fairness vote for them?

      • Sven2547

        This post is nothing but deflection.
        Do you deny that UKIP is overwhelmingly against homosexuality?

  • Homo Demon

    “Every party has these kinds of problems but there is a completely disproportionate media spotlight on what goes wrong in UKIP compared to the others.”

    Erm, yes, Mr Farrage. UKIP is being singled out.

    When the definition of respect for diversity includes respecting the practices of fruitcakes, loons and racists then UKIP can complain for being picked on.

    • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange
      • Steve Cheney

        Mr Farage is truly the master of tu quoque, isn’t he. Never answers any criticism, only deflects, evades, blusters, laughs it off. Honestly, I hope he becomes an MP and has to spend five years peddling his guff to his peers rather than the plebs.

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          Actually he usually answers the questions directly.

          Hence why he won the debate with Clegg by a thumping majority in the public polling done afterwards.

          • Rovex

            People hate Clegg, Hilter would probably get a higher vote.

          • Steve Cheney

            There also seems to be a misconception among UKIP’s supporters that huge numbers of people who are sick of the sight of Farage still totally watched that debate and were convinced by it.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Godwin’s Law invoked. You lose.

          • Rovex

            Godwins law doesnt make the statement invalid, especially when its accurate.

          • Steve Cheney

            This guy disagrees with you:

            http://wingsoverscotland.com/the-belly-of-the-beast/

            “To any honest observer, the evening up to that point was an unmitigated triumph. Slick (without being showy), pacy and punchy, it was a highly professional operation. But then it came just a little unhinged.

            “Farage’s speech segued straight into a Q&A session, with everyone else still on stage but only Farage answering. There were no questions from the floor at all, only written ones read out by the MC, but several of them still seemed to take Farage by surprise, asking about policies not directly related to the Euro elections.

            “These made Farage rather snippy, and having simply ignored a couple he eventually said explicitly that he was only going to answer Europe-related ones, with everything else having to wait until meetings nearer the general election.

            “Shortly afterwards, having taken questions for just 14 minutes, he – seemingly to everyone’s surprise – cut the session short and went off to do some book signing. (At which an official photographer would snap you with Nigel and sell you the picture.)”

            And let’s be honest, whenever he is asked about UKIP’s non-EU-related policies, Farage has always been evasive (discarding a whole manifesto just to avoid having to stand up for it?), and he and his party have always responded to any such questions by trying to drag the answer around to the EU – most horrendously on a recent QT, when one of their people decided that the really important thing to address about the murder of Anne Maguire was… Britain leaving the EU.

            If UKIP were a single-issue party, that still wouldn’t justify that kind of response, but when they have a full(ish) manifesto of policies, to constantly obfuscate any question about those policies is the mark of a party that knows it relies on public ignorance for their popularity.

          • saintlaw

            Yeah and remember how Clegg won the pre-election debates by a thumping majority?

            So called because they should be thumped – the thickcunts.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Wash your filthy mouth out.

      • saintlaw

        How could you judge? You’re even thicker than Falange.

  • Neil Rhodes

    It’s kind of difficult not to notice the lunacy emanating from the ranks of the UKIP lately. Quite a number of crackpots have been ‘singled out’ now.

    • Steve Cheney

      Maybe he means “singled out from other UKIP candidates who are also terrible.”

      • Neil Rhodes

        Yes, a distinct possibility.

        I’m kind of ashamed to admit that I once supported UKIP, back when they were just about staying out of Europe. Shows how naive I was.

        Not that it matters. I’ve never voted anyway.

        • Steve Cheney

          Meh, cut yourself some slack. At one time they actually *were* a single-issue party; they have been thoroughly hijacked by the right-wing in more recent years, so much so that Alan Sked, the original founder, has disowned them completely and formed his (supposedly) left-of-centre anti-EU party. How left-of-centre I don’t know, but still, it suggests that it wasn’t a right-wing masterplan from the outset.

    • Patrick Gearon

      Lunacy emanating from the media you mean, not from UKIP. There is not a single valid argument from anywhere in the media opposing UKIP. It is all just smear. If you are a gay person you should be particularly attuned to this type of discrimination. It is all baseless. And yet here you might be taking sides with those who discriminate !! I just don’t get it.
      UKIP accepts gay people on the basis of their individuality, not on their being gay.

      • Rovex

        Having seen UKIP representatives in action, i disagree. UKIP is a bunch of extreme Tory bigots mixed with deluded lefties that think they will be able to effect policy once elected. The lefties are being used by the extremists, they will have no say.

  • David H

    It’s just never their fault is it? {{{Shakes head in disbelief}}}

  • no

    He keeps trying to use this argument like it’s some kind of grand conspiracy and his ‘gotcha!’ thing. Yeah, don’t even try to address the issue, Farage, just keep on with that ‘they’re singling US out!’ whine…

  • David John Tough

    PLEASE do not vote for these xenophobic anti europe anti gay idiots

    • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

      You managed to get quite a lot of insults and slurs in there.

      Next you might even try debating and make some coherent points.

      • Steve Cheney

        Are you claiming that those “slurs” do not accurately describe Roger Helmer?

      • Rovex

        Would you care to provide evidence to the contrary in the form of policy or voting records?

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          Wanting controlled immigration isn’t xenophobic.

          Wanting Churches protected from the ECHR isn’t anti-gay.

          Wanting our country run by our parliament isn’t idiotic.

          Is that easy enough for you to understand?

          • Rovex

            Wanted churches to be exempt from the ECHR says it all, it also says everything you need to know about what’s wrong with the churches. Surely its the ultimate irony.

            UKIPS real position on these things is clear to see. The watered down and more ‘palatable’ version that appears in their rather thin manifestos says little. They arent some sort of benevolent proudly British organisation and they certainly arent libertarian.

            So lets repeat, what has UKIP done for equality, for ANY group?

          • Robert W. Pierce

            I think UKIP should explain why it booted Olly Neville out for supporting equal marriage claiming that it doesn’t discriminate against gay people just because his views differed from their party policy. So much for tolerance and acceptance.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            The world doesn’t revolve around SSM or gay people.

            Get over it.

          • Rovex

            No but this is a pro-gay website, so what do you expect exactly.

            You are deflecting. What has UKIP done for equality, for anyone?

          • Steve Cheney

            Being willing to believe that the ECHR is bigoted against people on the basis of their religion is counter-evidential.

            Believing any immigration figure just so you can convince yourself for the need to turn foreigners away is pretty xenophobic.

            Believing that our country is not run by Parliament is just wilfully stupid – Farage’s claims about our laws “coming from Brussels” has been proven to be based on a deliberate misrepresentation of a quote by Viviane Reding by the press, which she has emphatically stated was inaccurate. You would know that if you cared to Google it.

          • Robert W. Pierce

            Churches protected from ECHR? Such as? If it’s equal marriage, the quadruple lock and opt-ins for other denominations are the law of the land, fully protected. If it’s employment, churches just like any other employer, public or private and subject to the equalities laws. Nobody should be exempt when the law applies.

          • saintlaw

            You’re a creepy double-speaking apologist for fascism.

            Is that easy enough for you to understand?

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Which one of them statements is fascist?

          • Patrick Gearon

            Good job Viceroy. Your argument is solid. I note a lot of homophobia in this column being directed towards UKIP, the very thing that this website tries to overcome.
            And yet here they are ‘exporting’ it !
            Can they not come out of the mould and just smell the goddam flowers? There is no hidden agenda behind UKIP. Some personalities aside, it abides by everything it says.

          • Rovex

            We all know what it says, it changes nothing because its anti-gay and racist. There is no homophobia (as in the anti-gay definition before you try to be clever) against UKIP here, what a ridiculous thing to say.

      • saintlaw

        The fact you see an objective description of your barmy army as “insults and slurs” shows you incapable of either debate or grasping coherent points.

        You thickcunt.

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          Again, what a great intelligent argument you put forth!

  • Andy

    If he really disagreed with views like these surely he would speak up? As the leader of the party why doesn’t Farage make a statement and make clear UKIP’s stance on things like gay equality etc, or is he relying on the votes of these cretins and so is scared to lose them?

    • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

      And why don’t they have ANY policies to protect the rights of anyone but White, Christian, “British” people?

      • Steve Cheney

        They opposed equal pay laws in the EU recently. Maybe they think that this will give black Jewish lesbians the chance to fire people for being innocent white men or something.

        • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

          Because they oppose all EU law on principle.

          Do you understand that son?

          • Rovex

            How childish of them. Encouraging inequality is never justified when it can be reduced, all this proves is that UKIP are immoral and selfish.

            Hurting others to prove a point? why would we want such horrible people to have any political power?

      • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

        Why do you keep mentioning white people? Are you a racist?

  • Jones

    Why does Farage single himself out from the ‘establishment’ in all the comments he makes. He is the establishment, privately educated and all.

    • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

      It’s just the same as the lunacy of him screaming about the waste of money in the EU, while banking a fat paycheck himself.

      Funny how he doesn’t refuse those millions in payment from the European Parliament isn’t it?

      Do as I say, not as I do ;)

  • Mark Y

    Yes UKIP does have some nutters. The leader being the biggest one, and the rest of the party being the others.

    • Steve Cheney

      Oh, now, let’s be fair to Farage. The other UKIP MEPs are way worse than he is.

  • http://www.bloketoys.co.uk/ BlokeToys.co.uk

    Nigel loves to play the victim, the poor downtrodden person with a party being attacked and victimized, but these stories would not exist if his party didn’t attract radical right wing nutters!

    I don’t care how much he complains about all this being politically motivated, the FACT is that UKIP is an extremist party of radicals and lunatics, and when they open their mouths for utter sh*te to pour out they DESERVE to be outed and ridiculed for it.

    Nigel, old chap, if you don’t want your party to be seen as a radical right wing group of fu*king nutters, get rid of all the many fu*king nutters you have and announce policies that DON’T threaten the rights of minorities in this country.

    • misfit44

      Nigel Farage, I am afraid is like any other politician. He simply wants power.

      It’s more than likely that he would do a deal with the devil in order to get into No10, next year. But frankly it doesn’t matter who is Prime Minister since truth, justice and democracy fled our shores years ago. We can only await total tyranny rather than partial tyranny at the moment.

      But come now let us reason. Who are the real bullies, the real nasty phobic bigots? Who are the really deranged and violent section of our society?

      There can be only one answer for what they do is obvious to all and done in broad light of day

      http://www.ebaumsworld.com/video/watch/83462247/

      http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-bloggers/1602485/posts

      Perhaps some Pink News commentators might even recognise themselves amongst these brute beasts.

      • Steve Cheney

        What is most amazing is that his supporters claim to hate politicians for all the things that they vociferously defend Farage for.

        They are happy to believe any and every accusation against any and every “LibLabCon” politician – probably with good cause, mind – but when the same accusations are made of their MEPs (not just fringe loons), they are queuing up to say that every time someone tells them that it makes them want to vote for UKIP even HARDER.

  • Daniel

    “singled out” – I’d have thought that “found out” was more appropriate.

  • Jesus_Mohammed

    This Nigel Farrage has been doing a lot of apologising recently for the beliefs of his UKIP colleagues, hasn’t he! Surely the time has come for Farrage to face the fact that his party is seething with nasty outspoken homophobes.

  • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

    Nigel Farage is right.

    There are countless other incidents all the time within the Labour, Conservative and Liberal parties which are not given the same amount of media attention that Ukip is subjected to. If you wish to subject Ukip to scrutiny for it’s bonkers candidates – then that’s fine… aslong as the other parties are also subjected to the same level of criticism.

    Here is the link to just some incidents since January of this year of LibLabCon councillors involved in child abuse, fraud and racism:
    http://www.ukip.org/revealed_scandal_of_councillors_in_establishment_parties_you_may_not_have_heard_about

    Vote Ukip!

    • Steve Cheney

      Y’know, when I see someone saying Farage is right who doesn’t support his party, maybe I’ll start caring.

      • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

        How about 38% of the population who intend to vote Ukip this May?

        That good enough for you?

        • Rovex

          No because most don’t know what they are voting for, and most are just protest votes. Germans know all about voting for such things, they did it in the 30s.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Godwin’s Law again!

            You lose.

          • Rovex

            I will only lose if UKIP gain any significant power, as will the entire country. It would be a retrograde step back to the bigotry of the 70s, coupled with the oppressive nature of the Victorian era. No thanks.

            Invoking Godwins law is sometimes quite appropriate. This is one such case.

          • Rovex

            Hey if the shoe fits..

        • Steve Cheney

          Sorry, you don’t appear to have understood anything I said.

          Because of course, “38% of the population who intend to vote UKIP this May” is obviously NOT part of the set “people who don’t support Farage’s party”, is it?

          Outside the UKIP cult, people do not declare every word of every other party’s leader to be a lie just because they’re not Their Team. And they don’t believe every word their party leader says either.

          If I told you that 38% of the public were naïve enough to buy a product that cannot possibly do what it claims, you would probably respond as I would – “yeah, at least 38%” – so this is not bothering me.

        • Robert W. Pierce

          UKIP will NEVER have any power even with one MP elected. Delusional to think otherwise. Let the low information nutters vote for your party, a total waste of a vote like urinating in the sea.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            We shall see.

        • saintlaw

          So there are a lot of thickcunts in England. But then that is evident to anyone who isn’t a thickcunt.

          You thickcunt.

          • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

            Stop being such a nasty BIGOT.

    • Rovex

      Its the percentage game though isnt it. With LibLabCon its a tiny minority, and often they have the sense to keep quiet anyway. With UKIP its the norm.

      Please dont even try to convince us that UKIP is somehow outside the LIbLabCon establishment, they are just the same with the same basic ideas, just more extreme, and more in it for themselves than ever.

  • Liam

    Ah, well as long as the other children are doing it too…

  • Andrew Robinson

    Once & for all Farage – YOU are the Establishment!
    Wealthy, white, middle-aged, middle-class, Little Englander. Stop this ridiculous & insulting posturing as ‘the common man’.

    • Steve Cheney

      Also a public school boy, a massive apologist for the financial sector, and has yet to criticise the Tories on any of their policies, even though they are about as “establishment” as they come.

    • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

      Racist.

      • Rovex

        An honest appraisal. Farage deserves for be called out for making false statements. Calling him out for being exactly the thing he claims to be against is not racist.

  • Steve Cheney

    How many people can be “singled out” from one group for doing basically the same thing before this merkin can be forced to admit that there is something about his party that attracts them? Farage tries to claim that he’s getting rid of a few bad apples, but it’s more like a game of wackamole. And of course, he only EVER knows about these candidates’ racism, homophobia and sexism because the media – who supposedly hate his party so much – bring it to light.

    Maybe as an experiment, the media could keep quiet about the next one, have someone report him to the party only, and see if they are gotten rid of, even if they aren’t attracting attention away from the Exalted Nige.

  • Maryland Kid

    I’m sure you could find a dozen labor or tory elected officials with such unsavory views. Then again, that’s a much larger pool that you’re looking through. It does seem that UKIP and BNP have a disproportionately large share of the crazies. I guess racism and homophobia go hand it hand.

    There’s a point to be made that you can’t tar an entire party with the same brush. Than again, if it looks like a stinkbug and it smells like a stinkbug . . .

  • Cal

    It’s no use saying you are being picked on, Nigel.
    Wilson Chowdray suspended from the Green Party in 2011 for homophobic comments. Tory candidate David Bishop suspended for homophobic and Islamophobic comments in 2014. Christina Summers ousted from the Green Party for homophobia in 2012.
    These were all widely reported in the media.

    • Viceroy_and_Lord_of_Orange

      Did these stories recieve rolling headline news on the BBC and Sky News for a 24 hour period? Was Cameron or Lucas interrogated over and over again and asked to explain these incidents? Did they recieve front page coverage in the newspapers? No, they did not.

      Most of the incidents concerning the Liberals, Tories and Labour are only reported in local newspapers as opposed to rolling national coverage like Ukip recieves even for the most obsure county council candidates.

      Nice try, but you lose.

      • Steve Cheney

        Did it never occur to you that stories about UKIP – including stories about the sheer number of bigots in their ranks – are more popular because UKIP’s entire fan club swarm all over the comments of them?

      • Cal

        Thank you for your sad and aggressive reply. The other parties, despite having some nutters within the ranks, are well established and are not creating concern that the extremists within may be dictating terms. People are quite rightly suspicious of UKIP as they are trading on fear. A classic but a cheap move. There is no reason to paranoid when the leader of a new party is grilled about the questionable views of his candidates. You seem pretty typical of their members. Good luck.

      • saintlaw

        He lost at lunacy – but he won at sanity, loser.

  • David John Tough

    what are UKIP going to do if UK votes to stay in EU

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