What Crisis Says E U Boss Jean-Claude Drunkard

European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker dismissed calls for a new EU summit on immigration, saying member states should stop dragging their heels and implement existing agreements on the matter.

Juncker’s comments in an opinion piece published in France’s Le Figaro and Germany’s Die Welt on Monday come ahead of a meeting of Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande in Berlin to discuss immigration.

Juncker repeated his criticism of European governments failing to take migrants from Italy and Greece where tens of thousands arrived by boat have over the last months to escape poverty and war in their home countries.

“We don’t need a new summit. Member states have to adopt the European measures and apply them to their territory,” he wrote.

Juncker added that the European Union should draw up a uniform list of “safe countries” to which migrants could be returned.

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One Question?
Who the fuck does this nonentity, this alkie who breakfasts on brandy, this unelected poen pusher thing he is. We never voted to be governed by Brussels bureaucrats, all we voted for was to be members of a free trade area, ‘ever closer union’ and all that Euronazi bullshit that has crept in was never part of the deal.

Support UKIP or accept ultimate victory for those who are Adoilf Hitler’s successors.

But I’m not a callous person, I don’t think we should abandon our European partners to sink into third world dystiopias without our civilising influence. We should offer them all the oipportunity to become colonies in a reconvened British Empire (except for the Belgians because they’re boring.)

UKIPs Nigel Farage say latest boatload of Mediterranean immigrants are welcome in Britain

In an astounding U turn UKIP leader Nigel Farage has said the latest boatload of refugees and economic migrants to be sighted drifting in the Mediterranean need not bother going to Italy or Greece. Farage said the Royal Navy ship HMS Bulwark is steaming at full speed to the location at which the migrants were most recently sighted and he has asked the admiralty to bring them straight to Britain where UKIP will do all they can to ensure work permits and full citizenship are fast tracked.

The migrants were said to be delighted by the news as our picture shows …


(h/t Mike Hart for submitting the photo)

Why The Developed World Is Rejecting Traditional Politics

Firstly it’s great to see the Kippers support has held up in the weeks since the General Election. The first opinion poll published (YouGov – Sun) shows that while Labour and the Liberal Democras have fallen back slightly, the Conservatives have gained and UKIP are on 13%, the same as they polled in the election.

At thins stage, five years from the next election and probably two years away from the EU in – out referendum this means nothing, but at least it will piss off those antidemocratic, anti-free speech, pro – authoritarianism lefties who predicted UKIP support would evaporate.

And news coming in from abroad suggests the opposition to golobalism, comllectivism and post – racial multiculturalism (to borrow a phrase from Labour’s spin and misinformation department) has the politically correct, Frankfurt school consensus on the backfoot elsewhere.

Le Pen tops polls asFrench Unemployment Surges To New Record High.

Is it any wonder Marin Le Pen’s Front National Party is a) leading in the polls, and b) pushing for an EU in/out referendum? Whatever it is that France (and/or Europe) is doing, is not working. Despite all the promises, French unemployment has risen practically non-stop for 4 years and just hit a new all-time record.

Source: Zero Hedge

Adversity (aka first past the post) makes for strange bedfellows

Nige 4 Natalie – True (image source)

Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has hinted her party could work with UKIP to secure meaningful electoral reform after Britain’s first past the post (FPTP) voting system delivered results unrepresentative of the parties’ genuine support.

Bennett, who lost out on a seat in last Thursday’s general election, told reporters she would be “happy” to work with UKIP after both parties won only one seat each, despite having proportionally much higher levels of support.

The Greens received 1.1 million votes and UKIP nearly four million, but only won one seat each. The results have triggered a call for the FPTP system, which handed the Scottish National Party (SNP) an impressive 56 seats despite only gaining 1.4 million votes, to be reformed in favor of a more representative voting system.

When asked if her party would collaborate with UKIP for a change in the system, Bennett said: “Lots of people who were in seats where they have never thought about electoral reform before are looking at their MP or local council and are saying ‘How did we end up with that? That’s not what we wanted.’”

“So I think we will see a grassroots campaign and we will be supporting that and very happy to join with anyone else who supports that, working on an issue by issue basis as the Green Party has always done.”

Bennett came third in her constituency of Holborn and St Pancras, but has ruled out stepping down as leader, saying that being able to lead the party without the confines of a Westminster role was liberating.

Wonder if the Lib Dems and Scottish Labour will join inans make it a 4-in-a-bed session.

Police Investigate South Thanet Constituency Election.

Guido Fawkes put up a bizarre post yesterday afternoon which due to more pressing matters I did not follow up right away.

Now I know the lefties will start screeching ‘conspiracy theory’ but we should be aware the police have confirm.ed this story has substance.

Kent Police have launched an investigation into alleged electoral fraud in South Thanet

Updates from Kent police say they have found no evidence ‘so far’ of malpractice but enquiries are ongoing. The police also confirmed that the complaint which launched the investigation was not made by UKIP.

It is thought the complaint arises from questions about why the South Thanet count was six hours late in beginning, a delay some sources speculate was due to several ballot boxes going missing en route to the count.

The story was given a comic elementby the gurning, idiotic posh boy Alistair (Al) Murray, whose protrayal of a working class pub landlord is surely the greatest insult to the English working class ever, and who had opposed UKIPs Nigel Farage, trying to claim that UKIP had attempted to rig the election themselves.

First they came for the Anglo – Celts … And I Did Not Speak Out

(via Graham Lear)

This what we at UKIP have been saying for years and if it does not frighten you then I am afraid you are all devoid of common sense.

Remember this video when you have to vote in the coming referendum on whether we stay in the European Union.

Remember also that in the last couple of years THIS European Union has foisted on everyone in these magnificent islands that we call home over 3,000 new laws that affect everyone of you.

By what authority have they managed to do this? They have managed to do this by the collusion of the very people that you voted for in the last General Election just last week. Tory, Labour, Lib Dems.

The only political party that does not and has not colluded with the European Union is the one party that all political party’s in the UK have ridiculed and that political party id UKIP. The same UKIP that 4 million very wise citizens of the UK voted for. All the rest of the citizens voted for the ones who have given over our freedom to the ones who would enslave us all.

EUROFASCISM IS COMING, BE AFRAID, BE VERY AFRAID

Miliband Loses His Balls

Best election moment since Portillo went down in ’97

But as Oscar Wilde might have said, to lose one party leader is unfortunate, to lose two looks like carelessness, but to lose three is hostile action.

I was quite taken with this extract from a blog reposted on Zero Hedge. Not too sure the words ‘conservative landslide’ in the title are appropriate, it was the SNP landslide that gave Cameron a very small majority, but the rest is good reading.

Saxo Bank CEO Lars Seier Christensen reacts to the Conservative landslide victory in the UK.

When you, like me, are used to a proportional representation system, it feels bizarre that the third largest party hardly gains a seat, but still, Nigel Farage has had a lot of beneficial influence on Britain’s EU policy.

Hopefully, Brussels also gets the message but I doubt it. The EU never rolls anything back. It continues to amass more and more control in all areas.

The bureaucracy in Brussels has no self-criticism. No regrets. No matter how much and how often it fails. It just continues the roll out of its powers, and it will continue unabated, until someone says enough is enough. Until someone says stop.

The election outcome in Britain is our one chance to say stop!

YEAH!