There is something sadly wrong with an election campaign when two weeks before the big day there is no news worth blogging. Oh well OK, I haven’t looked very hard because I’ve been busy most of the day moving my money offshore as a hedge against the inevitable wealth grab if a Labour / Scottish Nazi Party coalition gain power. But even so there is little news, except for this item from South Thanet:
Labour / Tory Love In
Labour and Conservative candidates in Thanet South have joined forces to demand that UKIP not be allowed to ?break our great love? (are they both gay then?) This unprecedented cuddle up follows claims by activists to have been attacked by a “UKIP-supporting National Front gang”. Note that strange wording, not a National Front gang, not a UKIP gang but a UKIP supporting National Front gang.
The point both Labour and Conservatives seem to have missed is that in a democracy National Front members (if they really were NF members and not UAF / ANL scum on a faslse flag mission), they could have been Millwall fans,) are free to support who they like, UKIP have no control over who supports them.
The Thanet branch of trade union-backed Stand Up To UKIP (SUTU), claim they had just packed up their street stall on Saturday when they were attacked by the ?far right?. Canvassers from the Conservatives and Labour also claimed to have been targeted although they did not specify what happened. They also worded their allegations carefully to avoid implying UKIP members were involved in the alleged attacks.
The two major parties were quick to react. Will Scobie and Craig Mackinlay appeared to back claims the National Front group was supportive of UKIP. Their comments were carefully worded to avoid directly accusing UKIP of being involved but they were clear that people should not vote for Nigel Farage as a result of the incidents.
Funny though, we didn’t hear a squeak out of either main party candidate when the neo Nazi and Neo Fascist thugs of Hope Not Hate (a group so stupid they got their name the wrong way round) launched one of their hate attacks at UKIP supporters attending a Nigel Farage campaign event. Take a look:
In this election you can vote for UKIP or you can vote for hypocrisy, hate, violence, thuggery and bullying, the political techniques favoured by Labour and The Conservatives. (You could vote Lib Dem of course but they’ll only sell out.)
The Baltimore Riots: The Verdict Of Baseball Team The Orioles Owner’s Son
In the wake of violent protests that left eastern USA port city Baltimore in flames and were triggered by the funeral of Freddie Gray who died after sustaining a spinal injury while being taken into policy custody, American politicians and media commentators are struggling to explain to the public how the events of Monday evening could happen in twenty – first century America.