“Infamy, Infamy, They’ve All Got It Infamy” – Carry on Nigel

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The problem that I have with Nigel Farage, apart from him being an ex City Moneyman – for the Rothschild’s no less (thank you Trevor) – is that he is no different from the 650 cast members of the Westminster puppet show that we already have. 

For instance, he is all cocky, smug and smarmy when he is insulting others such as the President of the European Council, Herman Van Rompuy – whom he famously accused of having the charisma of a damp rag, amongst other ripe comments.

Yet when the boot is on the other foot, that calm, self assured facade quickly crumbles followed by an hysterical hissy fit – A sure fire trait of a typical bully boy politician.

And, in typical political fashion, he has also proved himself to be untrustworthy and lacking in integrity, having had at least one extramarital fling.

Moreover, he is no different to all the other needy, greedy robbing bastards when it comes to his expenses, having claimed  well over £2million  worth  over the past 12 years.

Neither do his faults stop there since he  appears unwilling or unable to control his UKIP party members, many of whom appear to be at best; fuck-wits.

For instance, in February of this year his former UKIP youth leader, Ollie Neville posed the question: “What is wrong with necrophilia”, before going on to defend Jimmy Savile’s favourite pastime. SOURCE

Then there was UKIP Counsellor candidate, Geoffrey Clarke, who  sparked outrage by calling for discussion on whether unborn babies with Down’s syndrome or spina bifida should be compulsorily aborted SOURCE… Another Colin Steptoe Brewer, me thinks.

And just today, the Daily Mail has revealed that a wealthy new UKIP backer is of the opinion that women who wear trousers are ‘deliberately’ making themselves unattractive to men.

The Backer in question, Greek tycoon Demetri Marchessini, continued in talking bollocks about women by saying not wearing a skirt is  ‘hostile behaviour’.

Mind you, judging by Farage’s desire to be ‘one of the lads’, I don’t doubt that he would agree.

However, quite why a Greek donor would contribute to the UK Independence party is beyond me.

I also see to my dismay, that some of the comments left on the farage article that I put on here earlier today are in favour of giving him a chance.

For some inexplicable reason, reading those comments brought Albert Einstein’s definition of insanity to the forefront of my mind: “Doing the same thing over and over again an expecting different results”.

I sometimes wonder if even those who are wide awake, really get it.

The last thing we need right now is another manufactured political party adding to the mix. All political parties must be outlawed, and slimey cunts like Farage made to crawl back under the rocks from whence they came.

Scottish Nationalists are fascist scum

  • UKIP leader ends BBC Scotland interview for not telling ‘truth’ about nationalists
  • Protesters shouting ‘racist Nazi scum’ stormed UKIP press conference
  • They then lay siege to the pub forcing police to barricade doors
  • First Minister Alex Salmond

By MATT CHORLEY, MAILONLINE POLITICAL EDITOR

PUBLISHED: 11:35, 17 May 2013 | UPDATED: 17:50, 17 May 2013

Nigel Farage today accused the BBC of fanning ‘hatred’ against the UK Independence Party before dramatically ending a live interview.

The UKIP leader accused the Corporation of failing to ‘report the truth’ about Scottish nationalists, who he branded ‘fascist scum’ in an angry attack on his opponents.

But he became embroiled in a war of words with Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond who accused him of knowing ‘absolutely nothing about Scotland’.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage was confronted by protesters in the Cannons Gait pub in Edinburgh UKIP leader Nigel Farage was confronted by protesters in the Cannons Gait pub in Edinburgh

The extraordinary row erupted after Mr Farage was barricaded in an Edinburgh pub yesterday after being surrounded by rowdy protesters shouting ‘racist Nazi scum’ at him.

Mr Farage today upped his criticism of the protesters, claiming ’50 yobbo, Fascist scum turn up and aren’t prepared to listen to debate’.

 

But Mr Salmond told BBC News that Mr Farage is ‘someone who is out-with the context of normal politics’.

The First Minister added: ‘We can frankly do without UKIP who dislike everybody and know absolutely nothing about Scotland’

UKIP STILL AT RECORD 18 PER CENT IN LATEST OPINION POLL

A second opinion poll has put UKIP on 18 per cent.

The latest survey by TNS BMRB found support was at the same level as the party’s all-time high recorded by Ipsos MORI this week.

Labour’s lead over the Conservatives was trimmed to nine points, with Mr Miliband’s party falling three points to 37 per cent and Mr Cameron’s Tories gaining three to 28 per cent.

The Lib Dems are on just seven per cent.

Yesterday staff were forced to clear the Canons’ Gait pub on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, where Mr Farage was due to hold a press conference near the Scottish Parliament, after it was filled with chanting protesters.

Members of Radical Independence, a grassroots pro-independence group, shouted ‘racist Nazi scum’ at Mr Farage and his UKIP colleagues and unfurled a banner reading ‘Vote Yes For Scotland’.

When he tried to escape by taxi protesters blocked its path and Mr Farage was forced to return to the pub.

Police barricaded the doors against the protesters until officers in a riot van came to his aid.

Radical Independence spokesman Liam O’Hare said today: ‘Farage’s attempts to paint our protest as anti-English is pathetic. Our vision is for a Scotland that welcomes people from across the world, including England.’

In an interview this morning Mr Farage railed against the Scottish media for failing to hold supporters of independence to account.

‘Either the Scottish media are going to start reporting the truth about some of the extremes of the independence movement here or not. But it’s about time they did.’

He likened the ‘hatred’ from BBC interviewers to that seen ‘on the streets yesterday in Edinburgh’.

Mr Farage hung up after being challenged about how much elected representation UKIP has in Scotland.

He told BBC Radio Scotland’s Good Morning Scotland programme: ‘Absolutely none. But rather more than the BBC do. We could have had this interview in England a couple of years ago, although I wouldn’t have met with such hatred that I’m getting from your questions, and frankly I’ve had enough of this interview. Goodbye.’

Mr Farage was escorted by police officers away from the protest after the pub was surrounded by a mob chanting 'Nazi scum'Mr Farage was escorted by police officers away from the protest after the pub was surrounded by a mob chanting ‘Nazi scum’Today Mr Farage said the protest painted an ‘ugly picture’ of nationalism north of the border.

He said: ‘The idea that UKIP is some kind of horrible, nasty, anti-immigrant, racist party is not something that was evident to the rest of the country, but of course that wasn’t what it was all about.

‘It was a demonstration dressed up as being anti-racism but in fact in itself was deeply racist, with a total hatred of the English and a desire for Scotland to be independent from Westminster. I mean, my goodness me, if this is the face of Scottish nationalism it’s a pretty ugly picture.

‘The anger, the snarling, the shouting, the swearing was all linked in to a desire for the Union Jack to be burnt and extinguished from Scotland forever. There’s absolutely no doubt who these people were or what they stood for.’

He added: ‘I must say I have heard before that there are some parts of Scottish nationalism that are akin to fascism but yesterday I saw that face-to-face.’

 

He had to be taken away in a police van after a taxi was blocked by the crowdHe had to be taken away in a police van after a taxi was blocked by the crowd

The Scottish National Party also hit back at Mr Farage’s remarks, claiming the UKIP leader has ‘completely lost the plot’.

A spoeksman said: ‘He accused the BBC of hatred when under pressure and panicked during an interview. Nothing he says can be treated with a shred of credibility and his partners in the No campaign should be embarrassed about his behaviour.’

Lothian and Borders Police confirmed two men were arrested at yesterday’s protest for assault and breach of the peace.

One revealed on Twitter that he is English, and criticised Mr Farage for branding yesterday’s protest ‘anti-English’.

Mike Shaw, president of Edinburgh University Students’ Association’s socialist society, said: ‘UKIP protest yesterday branded as “anti-English”. As a proud Englishman, arrested yesterday for protesting, I dispute these claims.’

Listen to the full interview here

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Women who wear trousers are ‘deliberately making themselves unattractive’, says UKIP’s new donor as cash-strapped party issues plea for funds

  • Greek tycoon Demetri Marchessini gave UKIP £10,000 – a fifth of all cash donations this year
  • He claims if a woman chooses not to wear a skirt it is ‘hostile behaviour’ and ‘flies against the normal human desire to please’
  • UKIP received only £47,000 in cash in the run-up to local elections
  • Party treasurer writes to supporters asking for money, staff and policies

By MATT CHORLEY, MAILONLINE POLITICAL EDITOR

PUBLISHED: 10:04, 17 May 2013 | UPDATED: 10:50, 17 May 2013

 

Greek shipping tycoon Demetri Marchessini, pictured wearing trousers at his home in LondonGreek shipping tycoon Demetri Marchessini, pictured wearing trousers at his home in London

A wealthy new backer of the UK Independence Party claims women who wear trousers are ‘deliberately’ making themselves unattractive to men.

Greek tycoon Demetri Marchessini, who believes not wearing a skirt is ‘hostile behaviour’, gave UKIP £10,000 this year – a fifth of all its cash donations.

But the parlous state of the party’s finances has forced officials to issue a begging letter to supporters for money – and policies.

The surge in interest and support for Nigel Farage’s anti-EU has not been matched in its bank balance.

Mr Farage’s attempts to win support in Scotland backfired yesterday, when an angry protest in Edinburgh forced him to take refuge in a pub before being escorted to safety by police.

Mr Marchessini gave UKIP £5,000 in February and another £5,000 in March, as the party prepared for local elections which saw it take almost one in four votes cast.

But Mr Marchessini’s views on women – and what they wear –are likely to raise eyebrows.

He is the author of a book entitled Women In Trousers: A Rear View in which he photographed women from behind and then commented on their clothes. In it he claimed that the ratio Britain of women wearing trousers to skirts is 10 to 1.

 

‘The interesting thing about this phenomenon is that, because women cannot see themselves from the rear, the vast majority of women are unaware that trousers are very unflattering to them,’ he said in the 2003 book.

‘Trousers are made for men’s bodies, which are mostly straight up and down.

‘Women’s bodies on the other hand consists of curves. Women have big bottoms – they are meant to have big bottoms.

Jennifer Lopez, pictured wearing trousers in New York this week, was once branded a 'Mexican tart' by the businessmanJennifer Lopez, pictured wearing trousers in New York this week, was once branded a ‘Mexican tart’ by the businessman

‘Countless women who would look lovely in dresses or skirts are embarrassingly unattractive in trousers.’

He warned that Britain had a high divorce rate and low marriage rate, and suggested women were not helping their chances of finding a husband by wearing trousers.

‘The more women dress like men, the less they are attractive to men. If a man finds a woman attractive, he will find her legs sexy even if they are not perfect, simply because they are her legs.

‘Women know that men don’t like trousers, yet they deliberately wear them,’ he continued in the bizarre coffee table book.

‘Walk along any street and you see women using trousers like a uniform every single day. This is hostile behaviour – they are deliberately dressing in a way that is opposite to what men would like.

‘It is behaviour that flies against commons sense, and also flies against the normal human desire to please.’

In an interview plugging the book, he was asked if was pleased at the rise of curvy stars like Jennifer Lopez. But Mr Marchessini he told The Guardian: ‘She looks like a Mexican tart’.

At the launch of the book his ex wife Lucinda told reporters: ‘He is deeply sexist.’

According to records from the Electoral Commission, Mr Marchessini’s two donations to UKIP are the first time the 78-year-old has given money to a political party.

 

Latest figures show that in the first quarter of 2013 it received a total of £74,150, of which just £47,000 was in cash.

By comparison both Labour and the Tories were given £3.7million, the Lib Dems received £842,710  and even the Socialist Party had a donation of £295,775.

UKIP has now launched a drive to find more people to do the same. A begging letter sent to supporters highlights a lack of money, staff and policies.

Treasurer Stuart Wheeler complains that recent boosts in opinion polls have ‘disappointingly, not yet resulted in a surge of donations’.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage's attempts to win support in Scotland backfired yesterday, when an angry protest in Edinburgh forced him to take refuge in a pub before being escorted to safety by police UKIP leader Nigel Farage’s attempts to win support in Scotland backfired yesterday, when an angry protest in Edinburgh forced him to take refuge in a pub before being escorted to safety by police

He reveals the party has set up a separate campaign account for the 2014v European Parliament election to attract backers who want to take a tougher line on Europe, but fear a strong UKIP showing at the 2015 election could cost the Tories support and allow Ed Miliband to form a Labour government.

Mr Wheeler said it was becoming a priority ‘to hire some very good people to fill several roles’.

‘Above all, we have got to improve our policy production. For one thing the other parties will be attacking us on policy and we need to be quite clear what our ripostes are,’ the letter added, according to The Times.

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