Friday, 20 March 2015
Friday, 13 March 2015
This time North and his obedient and apparently well fed bastard (Is the son proclaiming the father a cuckold? Should the putative father demand a paternity test? Do we care?) have latched on to yet another mistake by the UKIP press office ('Look dad, look dad, I think I've found something.' 'Well done son, here's another 'insightful' nugget for your web site, and thanks for the logo son, those idiots approved it unanimously.). In support of a comment, by nonsequiturcouk, that the Great Dick deemed worthy of his personal spite I wrote this (blocked) comment:
'You used to take UKIP very seriously, until you were dropped as a candidate, whereupon you looked seriously at the BNP. Those of us who have never regarded either party as anything other than a fairground sideshow might be forgiven for thinking that you are either on the make and frustrated that your place at the trough was given to someone else or you are politically naive. Perhaps you saw yourself as the leader and cannot forgive those who were not dazzled by your brilliance.He's not so bad, and sad, as to impose a very bad haircut on those below him, and he isn't so good, or grown up, as to allow those who can't see him as the messiah to criticise him. Perhaps that's why he was dropped by UKIP and looked to the BNP for his place at the trough. Think about that when the blame for the failure of the exit referendum is thrown about.
Whether or not, UKIP may be a joke but if voting UKIP, or BNP, is the only way to make some sort of permissible protest, one that doesn't result in being kettled and beaten to death, for their own safety, then voting for a UKIP candidate is the only course open to those who wish to make a protest and no argument you can make can change that.
You are the only person I have found making a sensible argument for quitting the EU and how to do it, yet you undermine your credibility by behaving like an unforgiving betrayed lover. Your puerile outbursts are, to those who oppose you, nails to be hammered into the coffin of an exit campaign.
Carry on, by all means, but don't blame Farage when the only cogent argument for exit is destroyed with the revelation that its author and principal proponent is simply carrying on a personal vendetta against the man who frustrated his political ambitions.'