UKIP-will UKIP stand on its own policies ?

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UKIP-will UKIP stand on its own policies ?

spike
UKIP has been successful by using scare tactics much the same as the BNP/NF/EDL. Jumping on bandwagons and inflaming voters worst nightmares is one thing, but, could this party govern ?
Will their anti Europe stance dissolve when they play out with the big kids ?
Will UKIP disappear if Cameron manages an in/out referendum before the next General election ?
Will the Labour Party change its approach on European (EU) immigration rules ?
Will the great British public support nationalism ?
have the British got over their guilt of Empire ?
What will the tactics be from the Lib.Dems and Social Democrats?
Will the deputy speaker resign his office and give up his 14,000+ majority and go back to selling newspapers ?
Interesting times !
There is only one way of sorting it out, as Harry Hill would say- FIGHT !!!!
Socialism or Barbarism
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Ho-Hum
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.
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Ho-Hum
Let's face it:  Labour left the country in a BLACK HOLE, the Conservatives are FLATLINING and the Lib/Dems live on PLANET ZOG.  Can UKIP do any worse, I doubt it.
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.
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Percy.
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UKIP are right wing extremist Tories you vote for them you get government but you might not like it.
“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.”




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Ho-Hum
I am not a right wing extremist Tory perixion, merely somebody who wants our nation back from the clutches of Europe.  In other words a UKIPPER.

If you did not overgeneralise so much you might sound half inteligent.  Can I expect the impossible from you...I shake my head in despair.
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.
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confused of hornchurch

Even Tories admit Dave needed this 'kick in the ballots'


By James Forsyth

PUBLISHED: 02:05, 5 May 2013  | UPDATED: 02:05, 5 May 2013  

Hold on to your hats, British politics has entered an era of unprecedented volatility.

 Our system, designed for two, is now struggling to accommodate four parties. Politics has never been less predictable.

The next Election will turn on what nearly one in four electors who voted UKIP on Thursday do come the national polls.


 If they are convinced that it makes little difference whether David Cameron or Ed Miliband is Prime Minister – and keep on backing UKIP – then Cameron is doomed.  


The Conservatives can’t win with UKIP taking such large bites out of their right flank.

The Conservatives know that to survive they have to win back these voters. So out goes the old approach of rubbishing UKIP and their supporters. Which is why Cameron was wheeled out to retract his infamous dismissal of UKIP as ‘fruitcakes, loonies and closest racists, mostly’.



‘It is not easy to admit you’re wrong. But it needed to be done,’ one member of the Conservative leadership observed afterwards.


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2319644/Even-Tories-admit-Dave-needed-kick-ballots.html#ixzz2SPEKoIEt 
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Percy.
Ho Hum you are probably a nice guy but naive the old guard of hang em thrash em Tories support Nigel.
We need government but not from the old guard of Aristos no we need a strong leader from the people.
“The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.”




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spike
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Conservatives and iffy Lib.Dems would blame the last Labour Government for all that is wrong with our country, they always conveniently forget the financial institutes which did and still are stitching us all up. If there is £1/2M knocking around to raise an old Nazi bomber we are all mugs to fall for this propaganda.  Getting us all to believe that anyone who earns an income of less than £50,000 pa and doesn't have a mortgage is a ponce. Maybe by electing a proper right wing Government would be the wake up call Britain needs. WORK BRINGS FREEDOM.
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Ian James
I think you mean Spike work sets you free.

A chilling reminder from a former ultra Nationalist Party, a chilling reminder from the past that just maybe just maybe the future. Lets hope not.







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Ho-Hum
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The last government did nothing to contain the banks behaviour, they actively encouraged it.  Therefore are ultimately responsible for the UKs problems today. 
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.
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Phil H
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Hi Ian,

What I have written below may be a bit over the top but never the less - every word is true.

This is what protest votes have achieved in the past ….

In December 1924, Adolf Hitler was released from prison.

The Nazis sent out a great deal of propaganda but did not get the response they wanted as Germany was now recovering in its Stresemann years or Golden period. Thus, even in 1928 when the Nazis were legitimate party that ran for seats in the Reichstag, they only got 810,000 votes.

However, the Nazi’s got lucky when the Great Depression hit.

When people have difficult times, they turn to extreme views in order to solve their problem, Hitler was just that solution.  

This was well represented by the fact that in 1930 the Nazis received 6.4 million votes, the same number as the Social Democrats. The Nazi strategy was very clever at this time. They would walk out when votes needed to be taken and tried to paralyze the Riechstag (Parliament) in any sort of way they could during the depression. In essence, through this “program of catastrophe” the Nazis were causing the internal disintegration of the Weimar Republic.

In 1932, the Nazi party received 37.5% of the votes.

At that time World War One General Von Hindenburg was President. He had the power to select a new Chancellor. He disliked Hitler. But, unfortunately Hitler struck a deal with the two other major parties the Social Democrats and the Center party where they agreed that each of the three parties would keep one-third of the seats in the Reichstag and Hitler would be the Chancellor.

I would never compare any political party in Britain to Hitler’s Fascist Party….

By all means protest…

In depressed times history shows what it can lead to…
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Ho-Hum
I really don't know why the UKIP vote is refered to as a protest vote.  Much of the electorate genuinely want the UK out of Europe, which is nothing to do with PROTEST.
Refugees do not have the right to demand but should accept the blessings bestowed upon them gracefully by nations extending the hand of friendship.
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Phil H
I think you will find most pensioners want out of Europe, in my family the old want out and the young want in.

Unfortunately Ho-Hum both you and I are the old.
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GAZZER
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Oh dear-the only NAZI party in this country is the socialist pedo party namely the LABOUR PARTY. I know we will all keep quiet at not PROTEST at the genocide and extermination of the white indigenous population of Great Britain and simple roll over-bend over and be content to be relegated to second class by  third world immigrants and their mass population  baby boom.

Left wing nut jobs are violent fascist-Hitler was definitely one-starlin his mate was also one-and all those leading British trade union leaders and there fuckwhit supporters would like nothing better than to send anyone who disagrees with immigration or being part of that the stinking cesspit and sewer of corruption that is called the EU -to the gas chamber.

UKIP is not a protest party (and anyway what's wrong with that all parties are protesting about something)-its a party that tells the truth, which the loony left hate because they are all a bunch of scum liars-little Hitlers.

If you try to cure evil with evil-you will add more pain to your fate.
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Phil H
I therefore take it you don't vote for the Labour Party.
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Ho-Hum
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Oi Phil H, I'm a youngy ok?  67 last month and I can still put me own socks on.
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GAZZER
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This is the aspirational free spirited country that I envisage Mr H (see below)-and no I would never vote for a commy killing fields ideology machine called the Labour party.

This is my idea of the future.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=na2f2yLSwAg#t=10s

If you try to cure evil with evil-you will add more pain to your fate.
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spike
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Thanks Ian, it still sends shivers down my spine. I seem to get mental blocks with this evil, its probably my way of dealing with it all.
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spike
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Give me a break Gazzer,
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