Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Mainstream parties conspire against Ukip

It is not so much a conspiracy, for there is no secret plot or hush-hush plan to do harm or bring ill. But there is apparently a strategy being pursued by a group of powerful people in the hitherto mainstream parties to brand a hitherto minor party as that which it is not - essentially, to smear, misrepresent and defame them as being 'racist'.

Now, some of you may think that Ukip are doing the job very nicely themselves: they do undoubtedly have among their ranks some unsavoury types including one or two racists, nutters, fruitcakes, loonies, etc, etc. But - you know what? - all political parties do. And all parties have their fair share of nutty, eccentric or 'bigoted' candidates, too. When a Conservative peer phones His Grace and refers to a malignant politician colleague as "the nigger in the woodpile", or when a very senior party employee sends an email referring to the "Asian tribes" of a certain constituency, one might be forgiven for detecting an undercurrent of racism.

And even the Church of England is at it. Over the weekend, its Head of Communications the Rev'd Arun Arora tweeted: "UKIp says Lenny Henry should 'go back to a Black Country'. Racist nonsense. Lenny was born in Dudley - that's THE Black Country you fools."

Ah, but the Rev'd Arun Arora is not the Church of England, you might say: he tweets (he says) in a personal capacity. And yet that is precisely the conflated disarrangement made by the Rev'd Arun, for the offensive and ignorant comments about Lenny Henry were made by one Ukip member - just one (out of nigh-on 40,000) - but the good Rev'd begins his tweet "Ukip says..".

If it be possible for the Church of England's Head of Comms to tweet in a personal capacity, it ought to be possible for a single Ukip member to make a prat of himself.

How can a party which, as a policy, actually favours increasing immigration from the brown-skinned corners of the British Commonwealth and diminishing it from the white-skinned provinces of the EU, be racist? What type of racism is it which seeks to prioritise the jobs, welfare and security of the indigenous population and then implement a controlled plan of immigration based on a points system, according to national economic need? Is Australia racist?

Indeed, isn't this now the professed policy of some of the so-called mainstream political parties? Except, of course, they are powerless to limit immigration from within the EU, to which the free movement of people is a foundational article of faith.

Perhaps the saddest and most disappointing thing about this "cross-party campaign to brand Ukip as racist" is that, instead of addressing the causes of the party's support - political disenfranchisement, alienation, cynicism and disillusionment - it essentially brands all independence-inclined eurosceptics as racists and bigots, for those who declare for Ukip in the opinion polls, and those who intend to vote for them in the imminent euro elections, are just ordinary people - millions of them - from Labour's working heartlands to the leafy suburbs of Tory professionalism. Ukip is drawing them in by the thousands.

So, cast them all as racists, if you will. But know that when you do, you simply perpetuate the slander that decent British people believe crassly in the innate superiority of fair skin, blue eyes and blond hair; that being best means being white and Christian. And by asserting this egregious lie; by confining all consideration of the discontents to a narrow intellectual agenda, you simply perpetuate the dominance of an elite ruling class which is aloof and alienated from the ordinary concerns of the people - good school places, clean hospitals, the price of bread, next month's mortgage or rent - and indifferent to the mundane worries of everyday life.

If the sameness of the Cameron-Clegg-Miliband political hegemony is intent on branding Ukip and its supporters as racist, lacking compassion, intuition or empathy, then it is for the people to rise up and protest the truth and moral virtue of their difference. For when sameness means dominance and oppression, there is nothing left for the excluded but the protest of powerlessness.


Blogger Unknown said...

I'm not aware of any ukip policy which favours more immigration "from the brown-skin corners of the Commonwealth".

29 April 2014 at 09:56  
Blogger John Wrake said...


Thank you for a sensible and measured comment on the panic reactions now beginning to surface among those who consider themselves impervious to the criticism of the electorate.

As an aside to your main point, I would suggest that the comment by a UKIP member which has been seized on as foul racism was a response to a comment by Lenny Henry about too few black faces on the entertainment scene. That comment also lays itself open to charges of racism, if your poverty of thought makes racism the first resort when your prejudices are questioned.

What a refreshing change is occurring as the so-called major political parties and the main-stream media are forced to look at the opinions and attitudes of the real people whom they despise. No wonder that they are in a panic.

John Wrake.

29 April 2014 at 10:12  
Blogger bluedog said...

Your Grace.

To Cameron, Clegg, Miliband and all the rest who have pledged their troth in the EU, one can only say 'Let them eat fruit-cake'.

29 April 2014 at 10:21  
Blogger graham wood said...

Excellent post Cranmer, as was also your exposure of the outrageous arrest of Paul Weston.

John Wrake your comment is also spot on, and particularly your last para. Do keep writing in!

29 April 2014 at 10:29  
Blogger john in cheshire said...

I'm sick and tired of reading and hearing the word 'racist'and long for a time when its use is restricted to situations where it actually means something.

29 April 2014 at 10:34  
Blogger English Pensioner said...

If you look at the things that have been considered to be racist from time to time, I suspect that the majority of the population could be considered to have been racist on occasions. I wonder how often the average person has to "bite his tongue" as he was about to say something that might be considered racist? I suspect that the attraction of UKIP is that only too often do they say what people are thinking to themselves or saying to their friends.
I continue with my belief that any politician who accuses an opponent of racism, does so because he has no arguments against his opponent's policy.
I also believe that any individual who makes a demand on behalf of his racial group is himself being racist by so doing.

29 April 2014 at 10:41  
Blogger IanCad said...

So, now election choice will become much simpler.

Only two to choose from:

"THEM" or "UKIP"

The idiocy of the major parties is beyond belief.

29 April 2014 at 11:18  
Blogger Len said...

I think I detect the element of panic in the accusations springing forth from the Cameron-Clegg-Miliband consortium as the election looms ever closer..and UKIP seems to have left the rest flagging behind in the race to the polls despite all the mud slinging and a few hiccups within UKIP...
One might assume that these' main parties' were 'squeaky clean' but for the fact that this damn free press keeps uncovering things...

29 April 2014 at 11:19  
Blogger Flossie said...

They must think we are really stupid. They tell us that a UKIP candidate does/says something a bit silly or un-PC, (no matter how long ago, or how hard they have worked to unearth an unguarded remark), therefore you mustn't vote UKIP.

The British public is fed up with these people and their patronising attitudes. UKIP is a breath of fresh air, with policies which resonate with people outside the Westminster bubble.

Whether they are capable of government is another matter, but one thing I am sure of is that I won't be voting Conservative again after the gay marriage travesty.

29 April 2014 at 11:49  
Blogger Gareth said...

One wonders how stupid you have to be to imagine that the likes of Ukip would be any different from any other party if given the reins of power. Recent history of the Lib Dems springs to mind. I notice from the news that Neil 'brown envelope' Hamilton is now a kipper. God help you.

29 April 2014 at 11:54  
Blogger Nick said...

If we are going to throw insults around then i would say LibLabCon are now unpatriotic to the point of treachery. They are family-phobic, Christophobic, EU-philiac, Islamophiliac, and homophiliac. Not to mention spineless, convictionless, and self-serving.

Apart from that they are OK.

29 April 2014 at 12:25  
Blogger Owl said...


One wonders how stupid you have to be to imagine that the likes of Lib/Lab/Con will ever stop trying to screw the British public and lie to save themselves.

29 April 2014 at 12:29  
Blogger William Lewis said...


"One wonders how stupid you have to be to imagine that the likes of Ukip would be any different from any other party if given the reins of power. Recent history of the Lib Dems springs to mind."

Are you saying that UKIP wouldn't hold an EU referendum and campaign for a British exit if they came to power?

I find that hard to believe.

"God help you"

God help us all.

29 April 2014 at 12:35  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...

Well, probably because the political elite tell me that UKIP are no good /racists etc, I WILL certainly be voting UKIP on 22nd May, as I'm stick to death of the great and the good, the self appointed opinion holders telling us what's best for us & how anyone who disagrees is some kind of neanderthal bigot.UKIP are a moderate right of centre, libertarian, free market political party, which wishes the UK to be free of the EU. I cannot see anything particularly wrong with this and used to be the stance of the Conservative party. I really hope they do well.

29 April 2014 at 12:39  
Blogger IanCad said...

William Lewis

Probably the best reason of all not to vote for UKIP is this wretched notion of a referendum.

It will fail; How do we then extract ourselves from the maw of the beast??

29 April 2014 at 12:41  
Blogger Gareth said...

The powerful always prey upon the powerless. This would not change if the powerful wore purple rosettes.

29 April 2014 at 13:03  
Blogger William Lewis said...


"It will fail; How do we then extract ourselves from the maw of the beast??"

It may fail, in which case, short of a war, we would probably be unable to extract ourselves, but at least we would have made our own bed!

I cannot see any other way of deciding such a thing as who governs us than by a referendum. We don't really do revolutions - although if we don't get a referendum next parliament I hope there will be a lot more disgruntled English men and women at the betrayal of their democratic rights by the Westminster elite.

29 April 2014 at 13:08  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...

Ian Cad,

"It will fail; How do we then extract ourselves from the maw of the beast??"

We don't live a vacuum. It depends on what happens to the rest of Europe. Will the Euro survive is as important a question for us outside of the Euro as it is for the Eurozone. How much longer will the states of France & Southern Europe permit themselves to suffer in the Eurozone economic system & allow their economic, social and political priorities be dictated by a coalition of the Brussels machine & German national interests and whims. That is the key question, not whether UKIP will be in a position to legislate for a referendum. Things sometimes move at a snails pace, other times revolutions came appear out of nowhere, although the seeds are often placed decades before. Think of the French revolution, the Russian revolution & the end of the cold war. Hopefully, let us pray that the next European revolution is done in a peaceful & orderly manner.

29 April 2014 at 13:10  
Blogger Gareth said...

No doubt they would. Then I imagine they'd call a general election and disband, as cicinnatus to the plow. Job done.

Or would they?

29 April 2014 at 13:15  
Blogger carl jacobs said...

If you substitute the word 'heretic' for 'racist' then you will get the true sense of how the word is being used. There us a modern dogma in play, and that dogma is being transgressed.


29 April 2014 at 13:21  
Blogger William Lewis said...


"No doubt they would. Then I imagine they'd call a general election and disband, as cicinnatus to the plow. Job done.

Or would they?"

Well, given that their manifesto contains more than holding a referendum I suspect not. In fact, if they did then you would be right in accusing them of behaving like the Lib Dems and reneging on their election pledges.

29 April 2014 at 13:32  
Blogger Rasher Bacon said...

"then it is for the people to rise up and protest the truth and moral virtue of their difference"

A ConservativeHome Tweet suggested filling in a survey on the topic, so I did, making exactly this point on cowardly cross-party hegemony. Not expecting any outcome, but if anyone else is interested it's on their site.

There wasn't a box for John the Baptist's repsonse:

"Offspring of vipers, who has forewarned you to flee from the coming wrath? Produce therefore fruit worthy of repentance."

Repealing the same sex marriage law would really support the embattled and locked up CofE, but it won't happen. What did Cameron say? Look on me as a sort of Dyno-Rod? More like Holy Ghostbusters...

29 April 2014 at 14:21  
Blogger James Bolivar Digriz said...

Unknown at 29 April 2014 09:56

'I'm not aware of any ukip policy which favours more immigration "from the brown-skin corners of the Commonwealth".'

Well His Grace has explained this in the article.

If you want more details I suggest that you read

29 April 2014 at 15:31  
Blogger Uncle Brian said...

“Our Nige,” as Rambling Steve affectionately calls him (28 April 2014 at 22:57), has put the wind up the Central Committees all round. Slinging the R-word at him isn’t going to do Ukip any harm at the polls. Quite the opposite, I would have thought.

29 April 2014 at 16:24  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Gareth, Lad.

"Gareth said...

No doubt they would. Then I imagine they'd call a general election and disband, as cicinnatus to the plow. Job done.

Or would they?"

Ain't this a similar dilemma supposedly for the SNP? What purpose do they then serve after independence, if their raison d'etre is freedom from the UK?

If UKIP get us out of EU, its probably job done.

It would be hard to see us ever being taken in again without our permission now we have partaken of the poisonous experiment.

If disbanded, I presume the UKIPpers will just put themselves up for selection as other party candidates but we have yet to see how they do in the GE next year, after another 12 months of the British public being told they are a bunch of racists for going against the only received wisdom in politics that is LibLabConners by that failed lot and the media, as the BBC did this morning on 5 Live.

This could get velly velly interesting, what with the Scottish Referendum coming up in September and the possible complications if it all goes pear shaped?

E S Blofeld

29 April 2014 at 16:56  
Blogger Edward Spalton said...

In the 2005 election I found people on their own doorsteps afraid to speak their minds about immigration - for fear of the PC Thought Police. They would begin, then check themselves and ask "Am I allowed to say that?" Then I could not get them to continue.

People are afraid to express publicly what they think privately and in my bit of Middle England I know hardly anyone among the people who have the confidence to tell me their views who is happy with mass immigration.

The polling booth, like the grave, is "a fine and private place" where there is no fear of public exposure - by law. My guess is that the more the main parties try to brand UKIP as racist, the greater will be the number of aboriginals who will vote for their own side against those parties which have promoted or acquiesced in the process of "electing a new people" by mass immigration.

29 April 2014 at 17:31  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Of course, it’s not racism at all. It’s actually called preference. It’s why muslims for example live so closely together. Tightly knit, because they like it like that. It’s why the Inspector’s constitutionals will end in the ‘Mouse and Wheel’. He could drink in the ‘Windmill’ the other way. It’s certainly cheaper there, but it’s where the Jamaicans drink. Believe this man when he tells you they are welcome to their own company.

One feels that UKIP can make good use of the term ‘preference’. We can then prefer to be outside the EU. We can prefer to re-establish rigid border controls. We can prefer to save our jobs for Britons, not encourage white immigrants to do them for half the cost, and living in scarce property that is only serving to increase the market values of rents and house prices. You see, we can prefer to help our own, and at the same time, encourage young Poles to stay in their own country to develop it, not for the Polish to rely on EU handouts because their economy will be forever weak as a result of mass youth emigration. (One remembers reading that Hitler had that in mind for GB on our defeat. To be kept forever subservient by making the home economy a weak one. To be reliant on Berlin then has become Brussels today. That’s progress, is it ???).

There you go, what we need and want, because we’d prefer it that way and not a racist squeak to be heard, what !

Tally ho !

29 April 2014 at 18:50  
Blogger Inspector General in Ordinary said...

Reflecting on Flossie saying that she would not vote Tory again after gay marriage had this man wondering if gay marriage had never happened, would he too have deserted the Conservatives. Until then, the only issue that he was uncomfortable with, apart from fighting America’s wars with them, was the multi strings attached referendum promise we’ve apparently been given by Cameron. Much unease there, especially after he came out with something along the lines of ‘A straight in or out question is not what the British public want’. Oh yes, there’s the man as a person. Don’t like him, but that’s beside the point. His rush to get involved with Syria validates that of course.

Anyway, the wise man when wondering to move or stay, given the uncertainties of whether he’s doing the right thing if they were present, as they were, would always stay put. That’s what makes him wise.

But gay marriage ! The way it was delivered so underhand, to empower a group of people who have their own selfish enclave on the margins of society at their own choosing, and who will NEVER be content with their lot. That was cutting. This man gave Cameron his vote, but not for a secret policy that even the most degenerate of Lib-Dems would have baulked at as a manifesto commitment. One has been had over, no less. It’s feels damn painful as you might expect. Betrayed by a party he had put his trust in for decades.

One is NOT going back, ever !

29 April 2014 at 18:52  
Blogger Uncle Brian said...


“Our Nige” is now saying he may not wait until the General Election. He’s thinking of standing in the by-election to replace Patrick Mercer as the MP for Newark, it says here.

29 April 2014 at 20:07  
Blogger IanCad said...

Thanks for the heads-up Uncle Brian.

Were he to run and win I would say that is good news for the CP.
They would have to replace Cameron.
Certainly not with Boris I hope.
David Davis all the way!

29 April 2014 at 21:08  
Blogger bluedog said...

Indeed, Mr Blofeld @ 16.56, you raise points that have been troubling the lowly hound.

The inter-relationship between the four forthcoming schwerpunkten, to use a fashionably Continental term, cannot be predicted.

Let's assume that UKIP and similar parties in the EU nations dominate the EU Parliament with effect from 22nd May.

How would that affect the Scottish vote in September? Is it a plus for the independence campaign, or a minus? Impossible to predict.

Anyway, let's assume that Scottish hearts rule Scottish heads and Scotland votes to dissolve the UK. Can Scottish constituencies be removed from Westminster for the May 2015 General Election? It would be disgraceful if they remained. But the dastardly LibLabCon junta needs them there to retain is vampire grip on the nation's throat.

Absent the Scottish Labour vote, it seems likely that Miliband would have even less chance in May 2015. But at that stage, UKIP could be riding a wave that enables it to be a major force in the GE.

It is not impossible that UKIP could win power within the rump UK in May 2015 if events so determine. This would mark the end of the Secular Left's ascendancy in England and represent a clear shift in political sentiment to the Right. The traditional values of Merrie England would no longer be anathema.

In that case, the final imponderable, being Cameron's referendum on the EU in 2017 becomes redundant.

Dream on.

29 April 2014 at 21:20  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Uncle Brian said...

Nice to hear from you. How are you, old boy?

Thanks for the heads up but Ernst was aware as announced on BBC24 *Hock-Spit* today.

The problem is not if Nige can win the seat..It is whether the candidates put up are of any sort of worth to warrant a vote in the coming 12 months, to enter parliament.

There appears to be a horde of mavericks within UKIP, who can go off message with the faintest whisper of a light breeze across the political landscape.

There is no discipline within, that can hold the political line, to work harmoniously towards success.

Nigel is more Tebbit than Maggie, unfortunately! A figure head rather than a steely Leader that commands discipline, as Maggie did

They rely too much on the strength of disgruntled voters rather than building a consensus that they warrant a heartily given vote to set the agendas within a general election arena and the reins of government...and they have only 12 months to round the square for the electorate!!

I will determinedly vote for them now (I was anyway but all this 'racist' slurring has made me doubly certain to be one of the first up and voting in my own parish) after the media hype today for the EU elections but for the GE I need more concrete signs that they are not a one man party.

This is the nub of the problem in 12 months as Old Ernsty sees it.




You raise a further point regarding the issue of Scotland going it alone if they leave the union.

It may well break the socialist hold on old blighty but this would be a double edged sword for Conservative's and Cameron in particular.

UKIP would then be infinitely more stronger to break the Tory stranglehold that DC and his people think would now naturally come their way from the electorate.

A dangerous gamble if they do not plan ahead for such a contingency but they have duped the electorate in 2010 and an about face will only make them look weak and deceitful hypocrites.

What and see a miraculous transformation in EU skepticism from the Tories themselves.

It will be more 'miraculous' than DC nodding in Jesus way recently..Not only will he pretend to do God, but always had strong doubts about the EU but Coalition held him back.

The 'Chancers' are coming to an electorate near you shortly after September 2014 but will anyone believe them?

29 April 2014 at 21:42  
Blogger Shlomo Tannenholz said...

And even the Church of England is at it. Over the weekend, its Head of Communications the Rev'd Arun Arora tweeted: "UKIp says Lenny Henry should 'go back to a Black Country'. Racist nonsense. Lenny was born in Dudley - that's THE Black Country you fools."

I wonder why Arora no doubt deliberately misquotes Mr Henwood?

Henwood tweeted: "He should emigrate to a black country. He does not have to live with whites."

This is the actual tweet. Note that another version where he is supposed to have used the words 'go and live in' as reported in some press articles is also patently false.

Arora and his fellow CofE drones would rather tell lies and join the other sheep up the hill on the high ground of nu-morality.

29 April 2014 at 22:25  
Blogger Marie1797 said...

Mr Blofioeld I too share your concerns.

UKIP having grown so fast in such a short space of time they will now need to bed in and prepare all new candidates for the national battle. Judging from the shocking spite and smears being spat out from the main three parties it's going to be a nasty one. But I think UKIP have captured the mood of the nation and if they can translate that into their GE manifesto they'll be on the right road.

After the Euro election they must start to operate like a focussed and well organised sales campaign where they all sing from the same manifesto sheet and not get too embroiled in complex arguments of scenarios that might never happen.

Nigel and the other regional leaders need to give regular pep talks to the candidates and councillors on the ground to keep the spirits up and on track as they need to know who is standing and where. I think it will be a gruelling year for them all, but well worth it in the end. Mr Farage is an activist and they have a tendency not to bother too much about the finer details, but they do make good decisive leaders with vision and like to see things through to the completion.

I thought Rev'd Arun Arora was making a rather good joke out of Mr Henwood's tweet.

29 April 2014 at 23:56  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Just heard that Islamic apologist for the BBC Jeremy Bowen, call Abraham, 'The Prophet Abraham'? I Wonder why hmmm?

There is God (obviously Allah because the next step in the line of thought would be Messiah = Man/God and NOT prophet ) and then A Prophet (Again, I wonder which one they maybe referring to?), seemingly for the BBC!

What a complete duplicitous TW*T!

What is wrong with the BBC...Nothing that removing the funds from the license extortion fee couldn't solve.

The political party that offers this gets my vote GUARANTEED!!!


30 April 2014 at 03:51  
Blogger Mike Stallard said...

This is the result of a serious failure in political leadership.
I shall (I hope) be voting UKIP in May. What I need, and indeed I speak for many other people, is some kind of reconciliation between Mr Cameron and Mr Farage.
To do that (and indeed to leave the EU) we are going to have to go back on some agreements. That is going to cause another Twitter Storm.
If not - vote Farage get Miliband and be ruled by the TUC.

30 April 2014 at 07:30  
Blogger ENGLISHMAN said...

The whole world is racist,because our genes are programmed to produce replicas of ourselves,not mulattos,our society can cover this up with all sorts of mental gymnastics ,but ultimately this leads to the kind of mental illness we see daily imposed upon us by shabby criminals that call themselves "our representatives",they do this not for any love of the negro,but as a device to split our society ,divide and conquer,and control our lives completely,in order to replace us,this is called treason.no-one turns a hair when the jew milliband rejoices over the proposition the he will be the first jew prime minister of Britain,what is wrong with having an Englishman in that role?Heaven made the five races of man,had it wished for a race of mongrels it would have ordained it.Raceizm for ever.

30 April 2014 at 07:50  
Blogger IanCad said...


When aches and pains, worries, or the wife's snoring keeps you up in the early hours, as the timing of your post suggests, it is natural to lash out at at something.

The BBC is an easy target.

Any institution which caters to such a huge audience is bound on occasion to disagree with one's own cherished prejudices and delusions.

Valium works better than vitriol.

30 April 2014 at 08:25  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...

Just listening to the loathsome Ken Clarke playing the wise and capable 'serious' politician against Nigel Farage and UKIP weaselling out of using the vord 'racist' but managing to convey the meaning. John Humphrys asked about his enthusiasm for joining the Euro- he skilfully weaselled out of that too. A proven lawyer .

Conservative voters should reflect on what Clarke did to the NHS in 1990,,setting in motion a process of perpetual reorganisation which has caused immeasurable grief and waste ever since, including the managerial target culture that led to the Mid Staffs care failure.

30 April 2014 at 08:32  
Blogger IanCad said...

"--the jew milliband--"

So wrote the all capitals ENGLISHMAN

You Sir, I hope, are but of a small minority of those to whom the privilege of voting has been granted.

30 April 2014 at 09:59  
Blogger Len said...

Some of the comments here would go a long way to validate the agenda of the EU?.
Which is to destroy National identity, to break down division between the races, destroy National sovereignty break up the family unit and to open all borders a brotherhood of Nations.(Cue "Ode to Joy".)
Seems a good idea?.
And of course a Federal Government coupled with a religion with' a jolly good fellow' as its leader' a' Christlike figure' such as the Pope would be very welcome?. Then we would need a world leader a super statesman who would broker a peace deal in the middle east...
The stage is set .....

30 April 2014 at 10:24  
Blogger Dreadnaught said...


A disgrace to the name - IGNORANT SLIMEBALL would be a more suitable tag.

30 April 2014 at 10:42  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...

@ ENGLISHMAN,30 April 2014 07:50,

"The whole world is racist,because our genes are programmed to produce replicas of ourselves,not mulattos"

Really? I didn't realise that inter-racial marriages created a different species, just human beings of various skin tones.

"our society can cover this up with all sorts of mental gymnastics ,but ultimately this leads to the kind of mental illness we see daily imposed upon us by shabby criminals that call themselves "our representatives",they do this not for any love of the negro,but as a device to split our society ,divide and conquer,and control our lives completely,in order to replace us,this is called treason"

I didn't realise that the UK forces people into interracial marriages, just allowed them, if two people in love wished to unite as one flesh. Besides which 'Society' has been divided - rich, poor, working class, middle class, upper class, protestant, catholic, anglican etc.

"no-one turns a hair when the jew milliband rejoices over the proposition the he will be the first jew prime minister of Britain,what is wrong with having an Englishman in that role?"

Why should anyone give a toss if Miliband is Jewish and where is the contention he isn't as English as you?

"Heaven made the five races of man,had it wished for a race of mongrels it would have ordained it".

Really? Well I always thought that humans either came from Africa originally or according to the Bible Gan Eden. I can't see where in Genesis it gives us the racial profile of Adam and Eve (in Genesis,the word אָדָם -Adam -refers to various descriptions over the course of the text, e.g., 'a man', 'human','mankind', 'man and women' and 'male').

"Raceizm for ever"

Tut, tut. If you are an Englishman, then note there isn't a 'z' in racism.

30 April 2014 at 11:46  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...


If you think that 'heaven' made mankind (as I do) then read St Paul's observation on the common originsn of all races of humanity in the 17th chapter of Acts. This and other pronouncements in the New Testament illegitimises any racial prejudice.

If you want to be a Jew hater or other form of racist, which I don't advise, please don't claim God's support.

PS it' OK to loathe Milliband for his deeds and opinions. I hope it is anyway, since I do.

30 April 2014 at 15:04  
Blogger David Kavanagh said...

Well I won't vote for Miliband because his policies are a load of rubbish, which why I don't think he is fit for office, not because he is Jewish.

30 April 2014 at 15:37  
Blogger Darter Noster said...


"Raceizm for ever"

Priceless; absolutely priceless.

If "Heaven" had wanted races not to interbreed, it wouldn't have made us capable of exchanging DNA, would it? Which is the definition of being the same species.

The wider the gene pool, the better in Darwinian terms a species does.

Narrow the gene pool sufficiently and you get the problems of interbreeding, like Prince Charles or spelling racism with an 'E' and 'Z'.

30 April 2014 at 17:20  
Blogger Hannah said...

Hi Darter/Ian/Conks/Rambling Steve & everyone else whose commented,

That tells the silly racist and antisemite 'ENGLISHMAN' off right and proper. I wonder if spelling his name in caps makes him feel better? He's like a guy who is trying to make up for something lacking down below. Poor old Englishman.

30 April 2014 at 18:39  
Blogger Uncle Brian said...

He even got a free Hebrew lesson, courtesy of David Kavanagh, though he hasn't had the politeness to say thank you for it.

30 April 2014 at 20:30  
Blogger Shadrach said...

Seems like most of Westminster needs to go through the refiners fire. Doubt if many would come out the other side.

Blofeld. Have you looked in you Blogger account recently?

30 April 2014 at 21:23  
Blogger E.xtra S.ensory Blofeld + Tiddles said...

Shadrach said...

"Blofeld. Have you looked in you Blogger account recently?"

Why, have I won a milliion squid or something. *Giggles*

30 April 2014 at 23:52  
Blogger Busy Mum said...

All the education policies have been deliberately aimed at producing mis-educated people like ENGLISHMAN so that the formerly noble, Christian and genuinely patriotic English race can be dismissed as worthless,ignorant and nationalistic. ENGLISHMAN, you have been betrayed; the powers- that-be have played on your innate Englishness and denied you your true history and identity.

1 May 2014 at 09:52  
Blogger Rambling Steve Appleseed said...

One of the down sides of the web is the opportunity it offers to unprincipled liars to misrepresent their opponents by false flag posts.

Always difficult to prove, but posting as your opponent and caricaturising an extreme/misrepresented version of their views may suit your dishonourable aims.

Yes some UKIP voters are plonkers, albeit honest plonkers, but some UKIP opponents post as worse than plonkers in order to promote a nasty propaganda. Anyway, just 3 weeks to go. Again, I predict nasty tricks.

1 May 2014 at 23:54  
Blogger Andrew said...

Your Grace is of course correct that trying to smear Ukip and by inference its followers is crass and stupid. And by the three main parties is doubly stupid - its not exactly going to win back the straying voter. However I feel that like the Lib Dems before them, Ukip is the current home of the disenfranchised and demoralised. They will vote for Ukip precisely because they stand no chance of achieving real power. After all if people had really wanted fringe parties to have a stab at breaking up the current arrangements they would have voted for a change in electoral system when they had the chance a few years ago. They didnt and thus can have their cake and eat it too. Rubbish government in perpetuity to moan about with absolutely no danger of it ever changing.

2 May 2014 at 21:53  

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