Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

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Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Fulub-le-Breton » Sun Mar 03, 2013 11:46 am

With the BNP and English Democrats in a race to the bottom and LibLabCon evermore unpopular it looks more and more likely that UKIP will sweep up the "feck the lot of you" vote. Offering very simple responses to very complex questions, UKIP appeal to all those you don't want or can't think in detail about the challenges we face today. They cast their nets large. The pro-hunting lobby, my right to kill bar staff (smokers) lobby, eurphobes, anti-immigration, global warming is hot air lobby, anti-political correctness etc etc all seem welcome. Sadly Cornwall seems to be a fertile ground for this kind of populism as can be witnessed on this forum from time to time.

Special Report: What voters should know about Ukip: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/po ... 17997.html

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by GrahamHart » Wed Mar 06, 2013 3:56 pm

UKIP are corporate liars Fulub just like the rest. They know the score that this Government is a De facto Government [corporation] and will change NOTHING.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by TeamKernow » Thu Mar 07, 2013 8:47 am

Casual Anglo-Imperialist Kernow-Assimilationist Ignorant Little Englander Farage Imagining Cornwall 'In England'.
(from 2:10)
(Unchallenged, as usual, by complicit fellow Anglo-Imperialist Kernow-Assimilationist British Bullshit Corporation):


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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Marhak » Thu Mar 07, 2013 10:48 am

Quite apart from his appalling geographical knowledge, here's Farage banging on about the plight of Cornwall's fishing industry. As an MEP, he is appointed to serve on the European Fisheries Committee, and is well paid to do it. Except....that he has NEVER attended it, thus depriving Cornish and British fishermen of any voice in Brussels. Just another career politician on the make.

(PS - take a look at his face, then compare with Jonah from The Beano. I'll swear they're one and the same!)

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by TeamKernow » Thu Mar 07, 2013 11:09 am

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Farage............................Jonah

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by TeamKernow » Thu Mar 07, 2013 11:10 am

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by GrahamHart » Fri Mar 08, 2013 3:47 am

We don't have to pay the British Bullshit Corporation { unless we consent} TK because we have no contract with them, and I'm f*cked if I'll fund their filthy f*uckin paedophilia, yet alone their filthy propaganda.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Marhak » Fri Mar 08, 2013 6:33 pm

Now we find that Farage has been having private dinners with Rupert bloody Murdoch. I don't think we need to know any more about this arse of a man, and his true politics.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by GrahamHart » Sat Mar 09, 2013 5:32 am

Five families own ALL the media in the western world. Murdoch is probably the biggest of them all. And yes, it proves that Farage and his UKIP is no different to any of the other so-called Party's.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by zennorman2 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 12:51 pm

My prediction is that there will be one or two UKIP councillors.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Fulub-le-Breton » Mon Apr 29, 2013 9:38 pm

Sad but probably right. Brain dead populism certainly does appeal to those who feel completely left behind and submerged by the big questions of our day. Why think long and hard about things when you can just stamp your foot and shout?

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Post by Carbilly » Sat May 04, 2013 12:21 pm

Just watch 'Northcliffe' outlets indulge in a massive circle jerk over UKIP's electoral 'triumph' and see how much coverage they give them on the laughable 'TIC' sight for winning 6 seats, then contrast this with the complete lack of publicity afforded to MK.

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Coady » Mon May 06, 2013 8:29 pm

GrahamHart wrote:Five families own ALL the media in the western world. Murdoch is probably the biggest of them all. And yes, it proves that Farage and his UKIP is no different to any of the other so-called Party's.
AHA!! Not quite ALL the media....

The "Hayle Pump" is still independent!!!!

http://www.haylepump.org.uk/

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Re: Will UKIP score in Cornwall?

Post by Marhak » Wed May 08, 2013 7:35 pm

The UKIP vote overall is merely a protest against lack of diversity in the policies of the mainstream parties, and I think they'll be a 3-day wonder, like James Goldsmith's party a few years back. It's also due to the fact that the media banged on about UKIP day in and day out. MK, on the other hand, hardly got a mention, even in the local media, so to get an extra councillor is an extraordinary result. So is the fact that 3 of the elected MK councillors got more than 60 % of the vote, a colossal 87% in Dick Cole's case - 10% more than last time. Others are likely to support MK proposals - Roger Holmes in particular, although Neil Plummer will be a loss.

Great to see Alec Robertson and Morwenna Williams thrown off, though! But the worst result is the election of the developers' friend, Tim Dwelly. He'll need watching very closely.

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