UKIP leader Nigel Farage addressed his party in Eastleigh

Daily Echo: Nigel Farage meets UKIP supporters in Hampshire tonight. Nigel Farage meets UKIP supporters in Hampshire tonight.

UKIP leader Nigel Farage has addressed hundreds of party supporters at a meeting in Hampshire this evening.

He visited Eastleigh to round off his party's election campaign before Thursday's European and local elections.

Mr Farage, one of the party's ten candidates for the European elections for the South East, told supporters he believed the party would cause an “earthquake” in Thursday's elections.

He also gave an ironic thanks to Liberal Democrat Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg for allowing him to debate with him on television, and blasted the Conservatives, Labour and the Lib Dems, as well as the national media for not allowing him to debate with them about the UK's place in the European Union.

The meeting came after he made controversial remarks on Romanian people during a radio interview last week, which have been criticised as “racist” by some people including Labour MPs.

Daily Echo:

Addressing supporters at the Fleming Park Leisure Centre, he said: “What has happened is the establishment have joined together and decided we will not have this debate.”

He went on to describe the EU as a “desperately outmoded customs union” which he urged people to “divorce themselves from”.

Party colleagues and fellow MEP candidates, Diane James, who came second in the Eastleigh by-election last year, and Patricia Culligan, who drew loud cheers from the audience when she declared UKIP had “shaken politics up”.

She also added that UKIP was not anti-immigrant, and that the party wanted to introduce a points based system on for would-be migrants.

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10:11pm Tue 20 May 14

Harold K Steptoe says...

I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter. Harold K Steptoe
  • Score: 9

10:23pm Tue 20 May 14

desirodave says...

However, the party's national manifesto, last drawn up in 2010 :-

Merge income tax and national insurance into a flat 31% for all

Cut state spending to 1997 levels with loss of two million public sector jobs

Franchise out key services including hospitals and GP surgeries to companies and charities

£3.5bn will be spent on nuclear power plants to provide 50% of energy
However, the party's national manifesto, last drawn up in 2010 :- Merge income tax and national insurance into a flat 31% for all Cut state spending to 1997 levels with loss of two million public sector jobs Franchise out key services including hospitals and GP surgeries to companies and charities £3.5bn will be spent on nuclear power plants to provide 50% of energy desirodave
  • Score: -2

10:29pm Tue 20 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots.
P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots. sotonboy84
  • Score: -11

10:39pm Tue 20 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.
This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled. Quite Frankly
  • Score: -9

10:44pm Tue 20 May 14

KSO16R says...

Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
[quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ! KSO16R
  • Score: 4

10:44pm Tue 20 May 14

Jonny Maths says...

Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...
Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about... Jonny Maths
  • Score: 1

10:49pm Tue 20 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

Jonny Maths wrote:
Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...
Oh dear. Which 'grounds of race' are you talking about? Do elaborate.
[quote][p][bold]Jonny Maths[/bold] wrote: Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...[/p][/quote]Oh dear. Which 'grounds of race' are you talking about? Do elaborate. Quite Frankly
  • Score: 10

10:51pm Tue 20 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

Jonny Maths wrote:
Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...
Please elaborate. What are these 'grounds of race' you refer to, and how does positive discrimination work to your detriment?
[quote][p][bold]Jonny Maths[/bold] wrote: Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...[/p][/quote]Please elaborate. What are these 'grounds of race' you refer to, and how does positive discrimination work to your detriment? Quite Frankly
  • Score: 4

11:14pm Tue 20 May 14

BeyondImagination says...

There is no way UKIP will get control of any councils or parliament, but the views of the many people who are fed up with the domination of Conservative and Labour which have created the mess we have now should be heard. The Liberal Democrats have helped to limit the excesses of the Tories and more minor parties will help shape British politics to the benefit of more of the population.

UKIP are not racist but they are the only party that has dared to raise the problems of open door policies of Europe and ineffective border controls and immigration policies of both the major parties over the last 50 years.
There is no way UKIP will get control of any councils or parliament, but the views of the many people who are fed up with the domination of Conservative and Labour which have created the mess we have now should be heard. The Liberal Democrats have helped to limit the excesses of the Tories and more minor parties will help shape British politics to the benefit of more of the population. UKIP are not racist but they are the only party that has dared to raise the problems of open door policies of Europe and ineffective border controls and immigration policies of both the major parties over the last 50 years. BeyondImagination
  • Score: 27

11:21pm Tue 20 May 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: -30

11:24pm Tue 20 May 14

userds5050 says...

desirodave wrote:
However, the party's national manifesto, last drawn up in 2010 :-

Merge income tax and national insurance into a flat 31% for all

Cut state spending to 1997 levels with loss of two million public sector jobs

Franchise out key services including hospitals and GP surgeries to companies and charities

£3.5bn will be spent on nuclear power plants to provide 50% of energy
Not their manifesto then. The Lib dems promised in their 2010 manifesto they wouldn't raise tuition fees.
[quote][p][bold]desirodave[/bold] wrote: However, the party's national manifesto, last drawn up in 2010 :- Merge income tax and national insurance into a flat 31% for all Cut state spending to 1997 levels with loss of two million public sector jobs Franchise out key services including hospitals and GP surgeries to companies and charities £3.5bn will be spent on nuclear power plants to provide 50% of energy[/p][/quote]Not their manifesto then. The Lib dems promised in their 2010 manifesto they wouldn't raise tuition fees. userds5050
  • Score: 10

12:03am Wed 21 May 14

BeyondImagination says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling BeyondImagination
  • Score: 13

12:25am Wed 21 May 14

mike coll says...

BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
[quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace. mike coll
  • Score: 4

12:35am Wed 21 May 14

userds5050 says...

Quite Frankly wrote:
Jonny Maths wrote:
Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...
Please elaborate. What are these 'grounds of race' you refer to, and how does positive discrimination work to your detriment?
I think he was referring to the all black and asian shortlists under nu labour.
[quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jonny Maths[/bold] wrote: Labour is more racist than UKIP.... they positively discriminate on grounds of race for shortlists.... people who call UKIP racists do not know what they are talking about...[/p][/quote]Please elaborate. What are these 'grounds of race' you refer to, and how does positive discrimination work to your detriment?[/p][/quote]I think he was referring to the all black and asian shortlists under nu labour. userds5050
  • Score: 10

3:24am Wed 21 May 14

eastsidemush says...

sotonboy84 wrote:
P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots.
You really are a deluded w@t arn't you.
UKIP all the way!
[quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots.[/p][/quote]You really are a deluded w@t arn't you. UKIP all the way! eastsidemush
  • Score: 2

3:31am Wed 21 May 14

eastsidemush says...

KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum. eastsidemush
  • Score: -10

3:35am Wed 21 May 14

eastsidemush says...

Quite Frankly wrote:
This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.
Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot.
[quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.[/p][/quote]Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot. eastsidemush
  • Score: -6

3:41am Wed 21 May 14

eastsidemush says...

We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now.
I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others.
I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle.
We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so.
To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm.
They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we. eastsidemush
  • Score: 5

3:53am Wed 21 May 14

eastsidemush says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Getting really worried now are we Ginger?
So you and all your lefty mates should be.
UKIP are on the march.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Getting really worried now are we Ginger? So you and all your lefty mates should be. UKIP are on the march. eastsidemush
  • Score: -2

5:23am Wed 21 May 14

Facewagon says...

eastsidemush wrote:
We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now.
I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others.
I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle.
We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so.
To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm.
They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Please explain what the EU has done to equal the evil of the extermination camps, or is this just more useless hyperbole?
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Please explain what the EU has done to equal the evil of the extermination camps, or is this just more useless hyperbole? Facewagon
  • Score: 14

5:59am Wed 21 May 14

issacchunt says...

Build it and they will come.
Build it and they will come. issacchunt
  • Score: 0

6:16am Wed 21 May 14

KSO16R says...

eastsidemush wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum.[/p][/quote]Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city. KSO16R
  • Score: 15

6:23am Wed 21 May 14

Zexagon says...

KSO16R wrote:
eastsidemush wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.
Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah?
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum.[/p][/quote]Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.[/p][/quote]Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah? Zexagon
  • Score: -9

6:38am Wed 21 May 14

bigfella777 says...

There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back.
He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off.
There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back. He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off. bigfella777
  • Score: 3

6:46am Wed 21 May 14

KSO16R says...

KSO16R wrote:
eastsidemush wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.
On second thoughts eastsidemushroom, you people from the east should stay put.
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum.[/p][/quote]Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.[/p][/quote]On second thoughts eastsidemushroom, you people from the east should stay put. KSO16R
  • Score: 11

6:52am Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

eastsidemush wrote:
sotonboy84 wrote:
P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots.
You really are a deluded w@t arn't you.
UKIP all the way!
What's a w@t?
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sotonboy84[/bold] wrote: P O Farage. There's no room for racist, homophobic, loony bigots.[/p][/quote]You really are a deluded w@t arn't you. UKIP all the way![/p][/quote]What's a w@t? sotonboy84
  • Score: 17

6:55am Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

eastsidemush wrote:
We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now.
I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others.
I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle.
We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so.
To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm.
They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Or it could just be that the media are representative of the majority - just as the pols are?

Get your head out if your back side rather than pointing the finger.
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Or it could just be that the media are representative of the majority - just as the pols are? Get your head out if your back side rather than pointing the finger. sotonboy84
  • Score: 14

7:05am Wed 21 May 14

KSO16R says...

Zexagon wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
eastsidemush wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.
Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah?
Facetious . . . 'Deliberate, inappropriate humour'. There are very serious issues at stake and UKIP are not the answer.their supporters are being mugged.
[quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum.[/p][/quote]Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.[/p][/quote]Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah?[/p][/quote]Facetious . . . 'Deliberate, inappropriate humour'. There are very serious issues at stake and UKIP are not the answer.their supporters are being mugged. KSO16R
  • Score: 10

7:22am Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

KSO16R wrote:
Zexagon wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
eastsidemush wrote:
KSO16R wrote:
Harold K Steptoe wrote:
I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.
Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all !
KSO 16R = Left wing scum.
Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.
Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah?
Facetious . . . 'Deliberate, inappropriate humour'. There are very serious issues at stake and UKIP are not the answer.their supporters are being mugged.
They just target the racist, homophobic bigots in the country. Look at the candidates that talk about homosexuals being shot and being given psychiatric treatment to "turn them". What does Farage do about these? Nothing, because they're still party members standing for election!

In turn, the racist, homophobic, bigoted supporters are he likes of the darlings you see on here - uneducated and just using immigration as an excuse to hide their own inadequacies and inabilities.

It's quite easy to spot the UKIP sort because they can't debate, they argue and throw insults and they believe stuff like "UKIP are on the march" and "hundreds turned out to see Farage in Eastleigh" ooooh scary!
[quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Zexagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KSO16R[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Harold K Steptoe[/bold] wrote: I found the event interesting and came away even more a UKIP supporter.[/p][/quote]Harold K Steptoe . . Your user name says it all ![/p][/quote]KSO 16R = Left wing scum.[/p][/quote]Work a bit harder and you will be able to afford to live on the west side of the city.[/p][/quote]Like the chaps arrested at the wickham horse fair from Totton yeah?[/p][/quote]Facetious . . . 'Deliberate, inappropriate humour'. There are very serious issues at stake and UKIP are not the answer.their supporters are being mugged.[/p][/quote]They just target the racist, homophobic bigots in the country. Look at the candidates that talk about homosexuals being shot and being given psychiatric treatment to "turn them". What does Farage do about these? Nothing, because they're still party members standing for election! In turn, the racist, homophobic, bigoted supporters are he likes of the darlings you see on here - uneducated and just using immigration as an excuse to hide their own inadequacies and inabilities. It's quite easy to spot the UKIP sort because they can't debate, they argue and throw insults and they believe stuff like "UKIP are on the march" and "hundreds turned out to see Farage in Eastleigh" ooooh scary! sotonboy84
  • Score: 2

7:43am Wed 21 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

eastsidemush wrote:
Quite Frankly wrote:
This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.
Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot.
You signed your name, after your comment.
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.[/p][/quote]Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot.[/p][/quote]You signed your name, after your comment. Quite Frankly
  • Score: 13

8:00am Wed 21 May 14

Major Ray Cist says...

Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage !
The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly !
Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home.

I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage.
Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage ! The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly ! Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home. I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage. Major Ray Cist
  • Score: -4

8:19am Wed 21 May 14

skeptik says...

The question must be - why does UKIP exist? Is it a reaction to inaction?
The question must be - why does UKIP exist? Is it a reaction to inaction? skeptik
  • Score: 9

8:39am Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

Major Ray Cist wrote:
Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage ! The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly ! Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home. I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage.
Your ignorance is overwhelming. You forgot to mention all the terror caused by homosexuals & the disabled.
[quote][p][bold]Major Ray Cist[/bold] wrote: Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage ! The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly ! Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home. I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage.[/p][/quote]Your ignorance is overwhelming. You forgot to mention all the terror caused by homosexuals & the disabled. sotonboy84
  • Score: 11

8:46am Wed 21 May 14

FoysCornerBoy says...

UKIP cleverly exploits people's genuine concerns with some of the negative consequences of globalisation one of which is the movement of labour across national boundaries. The scale and pace of inward migration in parts of the UK has been unsettling for many urban communities. UKIP plays on these fears by whipping up resentment in those neighbourhoods where this problem is less marked. It is interesting to note - that despite recruiting an Asian male supporter to stand in an inner city Southampton ward - UKIP has failed to put up a candidate here.

The exploitation of migrant labour by unscrupulous employers - aided and abetted by a new and growing rentier class - has also been used to drive down wages and earnings of the manual working class, which UKIP - laughably - now pretend to champion.

To their discredit the mainstream political parties failed to respond to the problems caused by the mass exploitation of migrant workers.

UKIP's original mission was to pull the Tory Party over to a more right wing anti EU agenda. However in articulating their hostile and xenophobic anti EU views UKIP has widened their appeal to people opposed to immigration (including many racists) and a bigger group of people who want to punish the mainstream political establishment.

People shouldn't be deluded, though. UKIP is a movement firmly committed to the unrestrained free market. It is anti trade union. It is for the rich and wealthy (look at those UKIP boards in EU-subsidised local farmers' fields). If UKIP polls well tomorrow in England, ironically, it will hasten the demise of the United Kingdom as people in Scotland vote to leave the union in disgust.
UKIP cleverly exploits people's genuine concerns with some of the negative consequences of globalisation one of which is the movement of labour across national boundaries. The scale and pace of inward migration in parts of the UK has been unsettling for many urban communities. UKIP plays on these fears by whipping up resentment in those neighbourhoods where this problem is less marked. It is interesting to note - that despite recruiting an Asian male supporter to stand in an inner city Southampton ward - UKIP has failed to put up a candidate here. The exploitation of migrant labour by unscrupulous employers - aided and abetted by a new and growing rentier class - has also been used to drive down wages and earnings of the manual working class, which UKIP - laughably - now pretend to champion. To their discredit the mainstream political parties failed to respond to the problems caused by the mass exploitation of migrant workers. UKIP's original mission was to pull the Tory Party over to a more right wing anti EU agenda. However in articulating their hostile and xenophobic anti EU views UKIP has widened their appeal to people opposed to immigration (including many racists) and a bigger group of people who want to punish the mainstream political establishment. People shouldn't be deluded, though. UKIP is a movement firmly committed to the unrestrained free market. It is anti trade union. It is for the rich and wealthy (look at those UKIP boards in EU-subsidised local farmers' fields). If UKIP polls well tomorrow in England, ironically, it will hasten the demise of the United Kingdom as people in Scotland vote to leave the union in disgust. FoysCornerBoy
  • Score: -4

11:24am Wed 21 May 14

Silvercloud says...

Major Ray Cist wrote:
Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage ! The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly ! Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home. I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage.
Well said, I risked Easleigh last night and the usual roudy protesters outside
shouting abuse wth their bunion's and warts didn't make any difference, UKIP will win and the Liberals will suffer the ineviatble defeat.
[quote][p][bold]Major Ray Cist[/bold] wrote: Well good luck to my good friend Nigel Farage ! The last time I went to Fleming park was 1978 on a day trip from the Hemingford Boarding school and it was a disaster. Johnny Smyth-Bunnigford got roughed up by some local yobo's, Bunny Kingdom had his picnic ruined by a stray dog and I got a verruca which put me out of the southern Counties lacrosse finals, the place is ghastly ! Verruca is a French word, they are uncomfortable, unsightly and restrict me from what I am doing... a bit like all the foreigners that want to call Blighty their home. I am with you Nigel keep Britain for the Brits, no more immigrants, no more hand outs and no more imported diseases ! Send anyone back who does not look English, have English ancestry, talk English or who has a foreign name....except the Queen, oh and Michael Portillo and that BBC news reader with short hair and Nigel Farage.[/p][/quote]Well said, I risked Easleigh last night and the usual roudy protesters outside shouting abuse wth their bunion's and warts didn't make any difference, UKIP will win and the Liberals will suffer the ineviatble defeat. Silvercloud
  • Score: -4

11:45am Wed 21 May 14

southy says...

eastsidemush wrote:
Quite Frankly wrote:
This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.
Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot.
He missed out on that Nigel Farage was an ex-Tory party member and an ex-Banker, and yes sadly its true they are not interested in the ordinary people on the street that,s why all the well i be nice about it Misleading Propaganda UKIP needs the ordinary people votes
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: This ex-public schoolboy stockbroker, who has been an MEP for 15 years is NOT part of the establishment? Oh, PLEASE. I am not a member of any political party, but I know nasty, narrow-minded, ignorant racist bigots when I see them. People are being fooled by Fuhrage and his motley band of dysfunctional Little Englanders. Be careful what you vote for, people, because the UKIPS are NOT interested in 'ordinary people'. Don't be fooled.[/p][/quote]Oh just crawl back under your stone. Idiot.[/p][/quote]He missed out on that Nigel Farage was an ex-Tory party member and an ex-Banker, and yes sadly its true they are not interested in the ordinary people on the street that,s why all the well i be nice about it Misleading Propaganda UKIP needs the ordinary people votes southy
  • Score: -4

11:55am Wed 21 May 14

southy says...

BeyondImagination wrote:
There is no way UKIP will get control of any councils or parliament, but the views of the many people who are fed up with the domination of Conservative and Labour which have created the mess we have now should be heard. The Liberal Democrats have helped to limit the excesses of the Tories and more minor parties will help shape British politics to the benefit of more of the population.

UKIP are not racist but they are the only party that has dared to raise the problems of open door policies of Europe and ineffective border controls and immigration policies of both the major parties over the last 50 years.
No they are not, the TUSC as and unlike UKIP who just what to blame immigrants for our problems, TUSC as got to the real root of it all, Immigration is not at fault the problem is company's bring in overseas workers and using the employment laws they can under pay make them work longer hours because the National Agreement do not apply to overseas workers for the first 6 mths and when the 6 mths are up they drop them and leave them to defend for them selfs and bring in a new lot of overseas work force, the way to stop this is to enforce a law that forces company,s to National Agreement do this and company,s will not be so eager to go overseas for a workforce.
[quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: There is no way UKIP will get control of any councils or parliament, but the views of the many people who are fed up with the domination of Conservative and Labour which have created the mess we have now should be heard. The Liberal Democrats have helped to limit the excesses of the Tories and more minor parties will help shape British politics to the benefit of more of the population. UKIP are not racist but they are the only party that has dared to raise the problems of open door policies of Europe and ineffective border controls and immigration policies of both the major parties over the last 50 years.[/p][/quote]No they are not, the TUSC as and unlike UKIP who just what to blame immigrants for our problems, TUSC as got to the real root of it all, Immigration is not at fault the problem is company's bring in overseas workers and using the employment laws they can under pay make them work longer hours because the National Agreement do not apply to overseas workers for the first 6 mths and when the 6 mths are up they drop them and leave them to defend for them selfs and bring in a new lot of overseas work force, the way to stop this is to enforce a law that forces company,s to National Agreement do this and company,s will not be so eager to go overseas for a workforce. southy
  • Score: -1

11:59am Wed 21 May 14

WalkingOnAWire says...

I've been debating with Alan Kebble, 'Inform Al', the UKIP candidate for Bassett in the local elections, on another thread. When I've asked him what UKIP policies are on employment rights, maternity leave, maternity benefits and paid holiday - all of which UKIP's last manifesto said they would slash - he has responded by simply getting very angry and calling my questions 'crap'.

If Alan is an example of the calibre of person standing for UKIP in the local elections, and all the evidence suggests he is, then voters should be careful what they wish for.
I've been debating with Alan Kebble, 'Inform Al', the UKIP candidate for Bassett in the local elections, on another thread. When I've asked him what UKIP policies are on employment rights, maternity leave, maternity benefits and paid holiday - all of which UKIP's last manifesto said they would slash - he has responded by simply getting very angry and calling my questions 'crap'. If Alan is an example of the calibre of person standing for UKIP in the local elections, and all the evidence suggests he is, then voters should be careful what they wish for. WalkingOnAWire
  • Score: 5

12:19pm Wed 21 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

eastsidemush wrote:
We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us?

Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly.

Hurry back to the ward.
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us? Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly. Hurry back to the ward. Quite Frankly
  • Score: 3

12:47pm Wed 21 May 14

miltonarcher says...

FoysCornerBoy wrote:
UKIP cleverly exploits people's genuine concerns with some of the negative consequences of globalisation one of which is the movement of labour across national boundaries. The scale and pace of inward migration in parts of the UK has been unsettling for many urban communities. UKIP plays on these fears by whipping up resentment in those neighbourhoods where this problem is less marked. It is interesting to note - that despite recruiting an Asian male supporter to stand in an inner city Southampton ward - UKIP has failed to put up a candidate here.

The exploitation of migrant labour by unscrupulous employers - aided and abetted by a new and growing rentier class - has also been used to drive down wages and earnings of the manual working class, which UKIP - laughably - now pretend to champion.

To their discredit the mainstream political parties failed to respond to the problems caused by the mass exploitation of migrant workers.

UKIP's original mission was to pull the Tory Party over to a more right wing anti EU agenda. However in articulating their hostile and xenophobic anti EU views UKIP has widened their appeal to people opposed to immigration (including many racists) and a bigger group of people who want to punish the mainstream political establishment.

People shouldn't be deluded, though. UKIP is a movement firmly committed to the unrestrained free market. It is anti trade union. It is for the rich and wealthy (look at those UKIP boards in EU-subsidised local farmers' fields). If UKIP polls well tomorrow in England, ironically, it will hasten the demise of the United Kingdom as people in Scotland vote to leave the union in disgust.
Sensible post. UKIP will of course pick up a lot of the BNP vote because as a single issue party they appeal to the racists.

Vote UKIP in the general election next year and you risk giving the keys to number 11 to the fool Ed Balls, the very man who advised Gordon Clown to sell our gold at the bottom of the market.
[quote][p][bold]FoysCornerBoy[/bold] wrote: UKIP cleverly exploits people's genuine concerns with some of the negative consequences of globalisation one of which is the movement of labour across national boundaries. The scale and pace of inward migration in parts of the UK has been unsettling for many urban communities. UKIP plays on these fears by whipping up resentment in those neighbourhoods where this problem is less marked. It is interesting to note - that despite recruiting an Asian male supporter to stand in an inner city Southampton ward - UKIP has failed to put up a candidate here. The exploitation of migrant labour by unscrupulous employers - aided and abetted by a new and growing rentier class - has also been used to drive down wages and earnings of the manual working class, which UKIP - laughably - now pretend to champion. To their discredit the mainstream political parties failed to respond to the problems caused by the mass exploitation of migrant workers. UKIP's original mission was to pull the Tory Party over to a more right wing anti EU agenda. However in articulating their hostile and xenophobic anti EU views UKIP has widened their appeal to people opposed to immigration (including many racists) and a bigger group of people who want to punish the mainstream political establishment. People shouldn't be deluded, though. UKIP is a movement firmly committed to the unrestrained free market. It is anti trade union. It is for the rich and wealthy (look at those UKIP boards in EU-subsidised local farmers' fields). If UKIP polls well tomorrow in England, ironically, it will hasten the demise of the United Kingdom as people in Scotland vote to leave the union in disgust.[/p][/quote]Sensible post. UKIP will of course pick up a lot of the BNP vote because as a single issue party they appeal to the racists. Vote UKIP in the general election next year and you risk giving the keys to number 11 to the fool Ed Balls, the very man who advised Gordon Clown to sell our gold at the bottom of the market. miltonarcher
  • Score: 2

1:00pm Wed 21 May 14

Silvercloud says...

Quite Frankly wrote:
eastsidemush wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us? Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly. Hurry back to the ward.
UCAN knock UKIP all you want but you wont beat us, UKIP all the way now
no stopping this breath of fresh air.
[quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us? Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly. Hurry back to the ward.[/p][/quote]UCAN knock UKIP all you want but you wont beat us, UKIP all the way now no stopping this breath of fresh air. Silvercloud
  • Score: -6

1:11pm Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

WalkingOnAWire wrote:
I've been debating with Alan Kebble, 'Inform Al', the UKIP candidate for Bassett in the local elections, on another thread. When I've asked him what UKIP policies are on employment rights, maternity leave, maternity benefits and paid holiday - all of which UKIP's last manifesto said they would slash - he has responded by simply getting very angry and calling my questions 'crap'.

If Alan is an example of the calibre of person standing for UKIP in the local elections, and all the evidence suggests he is, then voters should be careful what they wish for.
That's how your UKIP supporter responds. They can't debate as they don't have any answers to the important questions raised around UKIP's obvious racist, homophobic and archaic agenda. They then turn aggressive and let out a little "Heil Farage".

You start pulling their arguments apart and the bottom line is they believe Britain is a better place without non-white people, those born outside of the UK and homosexuals, to name a few. They're ignorant and uneducated to the facts that if the UK wants to play a part in the world, as it does, it has to continue to move with the times and develop. With that comes societies that are made up of many cultures, religions and skin colours. EU immigration was destroyed under Labour but if its controlled properly and free movement is reverted back to its original meaning, immigration is a wonderful thing as it allows people to come from all over Europe and bring with them their skills but it also works both ways and allows British people to move freely within the EU.

These very sad, uneducated and ignorant individuals can't see the benefits to the bigger picture and the country's economy as they only think of themselves and would rather live in a country that has a door policy of skin colour, country of origin and sexuality rather than ability and skills.
[quote][p][bold]WalkingOnAWire[/bold] wrote: I've been debating with Alan Kebble, 'Inform Al', the UKIP candidate for Bassett in the local elections, on another thread. When I've asked him what UKIP policies are on employment rights, maternity leave, maternity benefits and paid holiday - all of which UKIP's last manifesto said they would slash - he has responded by simply getting very angry and calling my questions 'crap'. If Alan is an example of the calibre of person standing for UKIP in the local elections, and all the evidence suggests he is, then voters should be careful what they wish for.[/p][/quote]That's how your UKIP supporter responds. They can't debate as they don't have any answers to the important questions raised around UKIP's obvious racist, homophobic and archaic agenda. They then turn aggressive and let out a little "Heil Farage". You start pulling their arguments apart and the bottom line is they believe Britain is a better place without non-white people, those born outside of the UK and homosexuals, to name a few. They're ignorant and uneducated to the facts that if the UK wants to play a part in the world, as it does, it has to continue to move with the times and develop. With that comes societies that are made up of many cultures, religions and skin colours. EU immigration was destroyed under Labour but if its controlled properly and free movement is reverted back to its original meaning, immigration is a wonderful thing as it allows people to come from all over Europe and bring with them their skills but it also works both ways and allows British people to move freely within the EU. These very sad, uneducated and ignorant individuals can't see the benefits to the bigger picture and the country's economy as they only think of themselves and would rather live in a country that has a door policy of skin colour, country of origin and sexuality rather than ability and skills. sotonboy84
  • Score: 4

1:16pm Wed 21 May 14

sotonboy84 says...

Silvercloud wrote:
Quite Frankly wrote:
eastsidemush wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us? Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly. Hurry back to the ward.
UCAN knock UKIP all you want but you wont beat us, UKIP all the way now
no stopping this breath of fresh air.
I think voters will have the final say. Seen the pols lately? I guess not because UKIP are not doing well. Oh dear, not such a breath of fresh air after all!
[quote][p][bold]Silvercloud[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Quite Frankly[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Do you think we know about all of the conspiracy theories in the world - or are some being deliberately kept from us? Absolutely barking. Get some help - you sound like you need some, and quickly. Hurry back to the ward.[/p][/quote]UCAN knock UKIP all you want but you wont beat us, UKIP all the way now no stopping this breath of fresh air.[/p][/quote]I think voters will have the final say. Seen the pols lately? I guess not because UKIP are not doing well. Oh dear, not such a breath of fresh air after all! sotonboy84
  • Score: -2

1:55pm Wed 21 May 14

at_123 says...

Facewagon wrote:
eastsidemush wrote:
We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now.
I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others.
I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle.
We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so.
To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm.
They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.
Please explain what the EU has done to equal the evil of the extermination camps, or is this just more useless hyperbole?
Given the content of his post you might be being a bit optimistic in expecting easts.... to know what hyperbole means or have a grasp of history
[quote][p][bold]Facewagon[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: We all kind of knew the media would up the ante in it's attack on UKIP during the lead up to the EU elections. However, what has shocked me is the sheer scale of it. If ever there was any question as to how much control the establishment have over them, there can surely be no doubt now. I've practically given up looking at the news and political programmes on any of the tv channels. The same goes for the press, some of course being worse than others. I am totally convinced that this country is now facing it's greatest threat since the dark days of 1939. Though far less obvious as back then, still very much as real. The EUSSR are every bit as evil and corrupt as the Nazis ever were, just more subtle. We've all heard the old saying 'Cometh the hour, cometh the man'. Well I think the hour has most definitely come again. As for the man? Step forward and take a bow Nigel Farage. Could it be that fate really did lend a hand when he survived that plane crash? I'd like to think so. To all you fellow UKIPPERS out there I'd just like to say this. In the lead up to Thursday, and even more importantly next year's GE, stand firm and proud. Stiffen your resolve. The next twelve months will be no easy ride for the Party or any of it's supporters. We must not allow ourselves to be browbeaten or fooled by the lies and smears coming from the LibLabCon and the left wing trash in the msm. They won't give up, ........... but neither will we.[/p][/quote]Please explain what the EU has done to equal the evil of the extermination camps, or is this just more useless hyperbole?[/p][/quote]Given the content of his post you might be being a bit optimistic in expecting easts.... to know what hyperbole means or have a grasp of history at_123
  • Score: 2

2:16pm Wed 21 May 14

dockboy says...

UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties.
Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly.
Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts.
UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties. Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly. Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts. dockboy
  • Score: -2

2:29pm Wed 21 May 14

at_123 says...

dockboy wrote:
UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties.
Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly.
Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts.
Oh dear - immigrants enter the country - emigrants leave. Who exactly are the PC brigade? The tories? - they've rounded on UKIP. Also Farage doesn't seem too concerned about immigration when it comes to his German wife - or don't Germans living here count as immigrants? What about the hundreds of thousands of French people who live in London should we send them back? Or the pretty Australian who served me my beer in town - send her back as well? Seems to me people's concern about immigration often focuses on just certain groups
[quote][p][bold]dockboy[/bold] wrote: UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties. Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly. Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts.[/p][/quote]Oh dear - immigrants enter the country - emigrants leave. Who exactly are the PC brigade? The tories? - they've rounded on UKIP. Also Farage doesn't seem too concerned about immigration when it comes to his German wife - or don't Germans living here count as immigrants? What about the hundreds of thousands of French people who live in London should we send them back? Or the pretty Australian who served me my beer in town - send her back as well? Seems to me people's concern about immigration often focuses on just certain groups at_123
  • Score: 0

2:52pm Wed 21 May 14

one in a million says...

Anyone but the FIB DEMS.
Anyone but the FIB DEMS. one in a million
  • Score: 2

4:33pm Wed 21 May 14

mollie says...

bigfella777 wrote:
There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back.
He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off.
How little you know thIs Man, I wonder if you would put the same hours in at your job to support your fellow workers? I have watched this young man for 18 years and not once has he ever given up on his fight for his country , despite all the abuse -the ridicule- the lies - the attacks on his person - and more recently the naked fear of the other parties manifested in the most appalling manner now that they have realized He is not going away because the people know he is the only one who speaks for them and will not run away when the going gets tough! Right now Nigel farage is all that stands between a nation of slavery or a revolution. An Englishman to be proud of .
[quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back. He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off.[/p][/quote]How little you know thIs Man, I wonder if you would put the same hours in at your job to support your fellow workers? I have watched this young man for 18 years and not once has he ever given up on his fight for his country , despite all the abuse -the ridicule- the lies - the attacks on his person - and more recently the naked fear of the other parties manifested in the most appalling manner now that they have realized He is not going away because the people know he is the only one who speaks for them and will not run away when the going gets tough! Right now Nigel farage is all that stands between a nation of slavery or a revolution. An Englishman to be proud of . mollie
  • Score: -7

4:42pm Wed 21 May 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

mike coll wrote:
BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.
[quote][p][bold]mike coll[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.[/p][/quote]Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: -1

4:43pm Wed 21 May 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

eastsidemush wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Getting really worried now are we Ginger?
So you and all your lefty mates should be.
UKIP are on the march.
No need to get shirty with me for being left handed.
[quote][p][bold]eastsidemush[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Getting really worried now are we Ginger? So you and all your lefty mates should be. UKIP are on the march.[/p][/quote]No need to get shirty with me for being left handed. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: -3

4:56pm Wed 21 May 14

dockboy says...

at_123 wrote:
dockboy wrote:
UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties.
Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly.
Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts.
Oh dear - immigrants enter the country - emigrants leave. Who exactly are the PC brigade? The tories? - they've rounded on UKIP. Also Farage doesn't seem too concerned about immigration when it comes to his German wife - or don't Germans living here count as immigrants? What about the hundreds of thousands of French people who live in London should we send them back? Or the pretty Australian who served me my beer in town - send her back as well? Seems to me people's concern about immigration often focuses on just certain groups
And this is where the problem lies.
If you had of read what was written before launching your tirade you may then find yourself in a position to comment.
I did not say whether I agreed or disagreed with UKIP or their policies, only that people have concerns about immigration issues, and not once did I mention Mr. Farage or his wife, you did.
So instead of having a hissy fit beginning with “oh dear” I think you should “calm down dear” we live in a democracy where everyone is entitled to a different opinion than you.
[quote][p][bold]at_123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]dockboy[/bold] wrote: UKIP have at least been successful in shaking the apathy from the other parties. Now the media, along with the PC brigade are rounding on them for saying what many think but, are too frightened of the backlash to voice their opinions openly. Rightly or wrongly, many ordinary people are concerned with the number of emigrants entering the UK, and if the main parties seem incapable of addressing these concerns, then they only have themselves to blame when the balance of power shifts.[/p][/quote]Oh dear - immigrants enter the country - emigrants leave. Who exactly are the PC brigade? The tories? - they've rounded on UKIP. Also Farage doesn't seem too concerned about immigration when it comes to his German wife - or don't Germans living here count as immigrants? What about the hundreds of thousands of French people who live in London should we send them back? Or the pretty Australian who served me my beer in town - send her back as well? Seems to me people's concern about immigration often focuses on just certain groups[/p][/quote]And this is where the problem lies. If you had of read what was written before launching your tirade you may then find yourself in a position to comment. I did not say whether I agreed or disagreed with UKIP or their policies, only that people have concerns about immigration issues, and not once did I mention Mr. Farage or his wife, you did. So instead of having a hissy fit beginning with “oh dear” I think you should “calm down dear” we live in a democracy where everyone is entitled to a different opinion than you. dockboy
  • Score: 7

7:35pm Wed 21 May 14

Torchie1 says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
mike coll wrote:
BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.
Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mike coll[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.[/p][/quote]Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.[/p][/quote]Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts. Torchie1
  • Score: -2

7:45pm Wed 21 May 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Torchie1 wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
mike coll wrote:
BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.
Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.
Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday.
[quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mike coll[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.[/p][/quote]Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.[/p][/quote]Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.[/p][/quote]Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 2

8:17pm Wed 21 May 14

Torchie1 says...

Ginger_cyclist wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
mike coll wrote:
BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.
Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.
Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday.
Ginger, the time and date cannot be altered and they are there for anyone who wants to look back and see how many posts you made, and the frequency of your replies. Unless you have a mobile device, the information is freely available to show that on some days you practically lived on this site.
[quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mike coll[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.[/p][/quote]Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.[/p][/quote]Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.[/p][/quote]Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday.[/p][/quote]Ginger, the time and date cannot be altered and they are there for anyone who wants to look back and see how many posts you made, and the frequency of your replies. Unless you have a mobile device, the information is freely available to show that on some days you practically lived on this site. Torchie1
  • Score: -1

8:27pm Wed 21 May 14

Ginger_cyclist says...

Torchie1 wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
Torchie1 wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
mike coll wrote:
BeyondImagination wrote:
Ginger_cyclist wrote:
I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.
Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling
He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.
Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.
Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.
Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday.
Ginger, the time and date cannot be altered and they are there for anyone who wants to look back and see how many posts you made, and the frequency of your replies. Unless you have a mobile device, the information is freely available to show that on some days you practically lived on this site.
Some days I had nothing to do or I was sick, so what? At least I HAVE a job now.
[quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Torchie1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mike coll[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeyondImagination[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ginger_cyclist[/bold] wrote: I should have turned up so he could come away with egg, literally on his face... Rotten eggs too.[/p][/quote]Usually you only talk nonsense about cycling[/p][/quote]He could not go due to a flat tyre on his push bike. But every body has a reasonable right to their own opinion, and clearly 100s saw nigel talk, its his right to talk and their right to hear, I hope any and all intolerant egg throwers would have been charged with breach of the peace.[/p][/quote]Nah, I was busy working my arse off, not sat on the daily echo site all day, also the bike is fine.[/p][/quote]Until you finally got a job Ginger, you're every waking hour was spent on the Echo site trying to win every argument by attrition with so many replies that the other party eventually lost interest. The last couple of weeks has definitely seen a shortage of bicycle orientated posts.[/p][/quote]Nope, maybe I would come here for a few minutes through out the day but never all day, everyday.[/p][/quote]Ginger, the time and date cannot be altered and they are there for anyone who wants to look back and see how many posts you made, and the frequency of your replies. Unless you have a mobile device, the information is freely available to show that on some days you practically lived on this site.[/p][/quote]Some days I had nothing to do or I was sick, so what? At least I HAVE a job now. Ginger_cyclist
  • Score: 1

9:57pm Wed 21 May 14

Major Ray Cist says...

Good Luck Nigel !
Good Luck Nigel ! Major Ray Cist
  • Score: 0

10:37pm Wed 21 May 14

Quite Frankly says...

mollie wrote:
bigfella777 wrote:
There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back.
He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off.
How little you know thIs Man, I wonder if you would put the same hours in at your job to support your fellow workers? I have watched this young man for 18 years and not once has he ever given up on his fight for his country , despite all the abuse -the ridicule- the lies - the attacks on his person - and more recently the naked fear of the other parties manifested in the most appalling manner now that they have realized He is not going away because the people know he is the only one who speaks for them and will not run away when the going gets tough! Right now Nigel farage is all that stands between a nation of slavery or a revolution. An Englishman to be proud of .
Fuhrage is political vermin. He is not interested in anyone except himself. He is not interested in his 'country'. He is not interested in ordinary people. Go away, Mollie. Get some perspective in your life. He doesn't care.
[quote][p][bold]mollie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bigfella777[/bold] wrote: There's no place for a political dinosaur like Farage in 2014. He's a one man band, he hides all his candidates because they are so inept. I agree with the displeasure with our ruling classes seeming out of touch but this is not the way forward and we can't go back. He's a right wing Tory, to think he would give a **** about the little man. If the country were a sinking ship and he were captain he would trample over women and children to be first off.[/p][/quote]How little you know thIs Man, I wonder if you would put the same hours in at your job to support your fellow workers? I have watched this young man for 18 years and not once has he ever given up on his fight for his country , despite all the abuse -the ridicule- the lies - the attacks on his person - and more recently the naked fear of the other parties manifested in the most appalling manner now that they have realized He is not going away because the people know he is the only one who speaks for them and will not run away when the going gets tough! Right now Nigel farage is all that stands between a nation of slavery or a revolution. An Englishman to be proud of .[/p][/quote]Fuhrage is political vermin. He is not interested in anyone except himself. He is not interested in his 'country'. He is not interested in ordinary people. Go away, Mollie. Get some perspective in your life. He doesn't care. Quite Frankly
  • Score: -1

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