Ukip charge continues into EU’s seat of power

Celebrations – Ukip leader Nigel Farage meets new councillors in South Ockendon

Celebrations – Ukip leader Nigel Farage meets new councillors in South Ockendon

First published in Echo News

UKIP’S electoral success continued in south Essex as the party romped to victory in the European elections.

The eurosceptic party took almost one in two of all votes cast in Castle Point, Thurrock and Basildon.

The Conservatives trailed them in second place in Rochford, Southend, Basildon and Castle Point while Labour finished second in Thurrock.

In Thurrock, the Ukip vote was more than double that achieved by the Conservatives.

A disastrous performance for the Lib Dems saw them come fifth behind the Green Party in Southend, Basildon and Rochford, while they came sixth in Thurrock and Castle Point.

Votes from Essex were added together with those from Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk and Bedfordshire, to make up the East of England region.

A mathematical formula is then used to work out howmany members of the European Parliament are elected from across the whole area, based on a proportion of all votes cast.

The region returned three Ukip, three Conservative and one Labour member. One of the newly-elected MEPs is Ukip’s TimAker, who lives in Aveley.

He said: “To come top in one of the toughest regions and to clean sweep some tough areas, like Chelmsford and Bedfordshire Central, shows people didn’t fall for the media spin – if you want proper border c o n t r o l s , you have to leave the EU.

“ T h e other parties looked glum at the count on S u n d a y night – they’ve felt the tremors.”

Ukip’s vote was up 15 per cent from 2009 across the region, the Tories down three per cent and Labour’s up 17 per cent.

Labour MEP Richard Howitt said: “Labour has made solid progress. We got a 50 per cent increase in our vote across the region and nationally finished above the Conservatives.

“I think it is really important Labour listens to the concerns of people, particularly in south Essex who did choose Ukip because of concerns about jobs, wage levels and job security.

“I believe that when it comes to the general election next year, we won’t see as many people voting for Ukip because theywill be voting for a government rather than a party that has no pretensions to be in power.”

Castle Point Conservative MP Rebecca Harris said: “I’m really pleased we got three MEPs back in. It’s really important, we need them there to stand up for British interests in Brussels.

“A lot of people voted to vent their frustrations and I share those on Europe.

“However, there were a lot of people who got David Cameron’s message on Europe and understood we offer an in-out referendum.”

HOW YOU VOTED ACROSS THE DISTRICTS

SOUTHEND

UK Independence Party 15,967
Conservative Party 11,523
Labour Party 6,711
Green Party 3,387
Liberal Democrats 2,645
An Independence from Europe 1,073
English Democrats 704
British National Party 457
Christian People’s Alliance 375
NO2EU 191

ROCHFORD

UK Independence Party 10,324
Conservative Party 7,021
Labour Party 2,514
Green Party 1,575
Liberal Democrats 811
English Democrats Party 541
An Independence from Europe 530
British National Party 194
Christian People’s Alliance 190
NO2EU 64

BASILDON

UK Independence Party 18,926
Conservative Party 10,202
Labour Party 7,301
Green Party 2,032
Liberal Democrats 1,233
An Independence from Europe 877
English Democrats 628
British National Party 564
Christian People’s Alliance 320
NO2EU 147

CASTLE POINT

Ukip 11,391
Conservative 6,159
Labour 2,994
Green 1,151
An Independence From Europe 743
Liberal Democrats 439
BNP 346
Christian People’s Alliance 156
NO2EU 61

THURROCK

UK Independence Party 17,416
Labour Party 8,645
Conservative Party 7,387
Green Party 1,293
An Independence from Europe 938
Liberal Democrat 637
British National Party 623
English Democrats 572
Christian People’s Alliance 294
NO2EU 146

EAST OF ENGLAND

UK Independence Party 542,812
Conservative 446,569
Labour 271,601
Green 133,331
Liberal Democrat 108,010
An Independence From Europe 26,564
English Democrats 16,497
British National Party 12,465
Christian Peoples Alliance 11,627
NO2EU 4,870

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4:30pm Wed 28 May 14

Jack222 says...

Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ... Jack222
  • Score: -22

4:36pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
[quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam profondo asbo
  • Score: 14

4:43pm Wed 28 May 14

jolllyboy says...

cOUNCILS ARE IGNORING THE ukip VOTE - NOTHING NEW - THIS WILL ONLY MAKE PEOPLE MAD AND VOTE FOR THEM IN THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS. pOLITICIANS NEVER LEARN.
cOUNCILS ARE IGNORING THE ukip VOTE - NOTHING NEW - THIS WILL ONLY MAKE PEOPLE MAD AND VOTE FOR THEM IN THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS. pOLITICIANS NEVER LEARN. jolllyboy
  • Score: 6

4:51pm Wed 28 May 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
Are you proposing then that the franchise be restricted to those with 5 O'Levels (inc maths & English)? Or maybe the under 60's? Women? Only those whose 4 grandparents were born here?
And London is a gerrymandered city state.
[quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]Are you proposing then that the franchise be restricted to those with 5 O'Levels (inc maths & English)? Or maybe the under 60's? Women? Only those whose 4 grandparents were born here? And London is a gerrymandered city state. GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 8

5:06pm Wed 28 May 14

LinfordsLunchbox says...

He's posted this exact comment in multiple stories. He seems to think if we left the EU they would suddenly stop needing our produce and money. Me thinks we have a upset lefty crying into his fair trade muesli.
He's posted this exact comment in multiple stories. He seems to think if we left the EU they would suddenly stop needing our produce and money. Me thinks we have a upset lefty crying into his fair trade muesli. LinfordsLunchbox
  • Score: 10

5:33pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
SPAM, probably your one a day, when you were a lad, not forgetting a slice of Hovis.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]SPAM, probably your one a day, when you were a lad, not forgetting a slice of Hovis. CarnMountification
  • Score: 3

6:12pm Wed 28 May 14

Nebs says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour. Nebs
  • Score: 8

6:19pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals.
It's a democracy..as long as you conform...
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals. It's a democracy..as long as you conform... CarnMountification
  • Score: -9

7:00pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police. profondo asbo
  • Score: 1

7:10pm Wed 28 May 14

GrumpyofLeigh says...

Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved? GrumpyofLeigh
  • Score: 1

7:11pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one. CarnMountification
  • Score: -2

7:17pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals.
It's a democracy..as long as you conform...
Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals. It's a democracy..as long as you conform... CarnMountification
  • Score: -6

7:58pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

7:59pm Wed 28 May 14

Nebs says...

GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.
[quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts. Nebs
  • Score: 2

8:02pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

CarnMountification wrote:
Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals.
It's a democracy..as long as you conform...
where's your idiot buddy john not so bright?
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals. It's a democracy..as long as you conform...[/p][/quote]where's your idiot buddy john not so bright? profondo asbo
  • Score: -3

9:20pm Wed 28 May 14

CarnMountification says...

profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please... CarnMountification
  • Score: -1

9:30pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas? profondo asbo
  • Score: -3

9:30pm Wed 28 May 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
And you came 2nd.
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]And you came 2nd. ThisYear
  • Score: -4

9:31pm Wed 28 May 14

ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places? ThisYear
  • Score: -2

9:32pm Wed 28 May 14

ThisYear says...

Nebs wrote:
GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.
But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you..
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.[/p][/quote]But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you.. ThisYear
  • Score: -5

9:48pm Wed 28 May 14

Andycal 172D says...

And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly?

Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is...
And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly? Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is... Andycal 172D
  • Score: 0

9:56pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

Andycal 172D wrote:
And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly?

Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is...
vote against creeping federalism. a vital public service.
[quote][p][bold]Andycal 172D[/bold] wrote: And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly? Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is...[/p][/quote]vote against creeping federalism. a vital public service. profondo asbo
  • Score: 3

9:57pm Wed 28 May 14

profondo asbo says...

sorry i meant stampeding rather than creeping
sorry i meant stampeding rather than creeping profondo asbo
  • Score: 0

1:51pm Thu 29 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
That's right. They don't like it up em. They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers

The tall tales and ridiculous stories are getting taller and more ridiculous and Callaghan really has lost it.

He really cannot stand criticism but it's OK for him to dish it out, slagging people off with personal comments... and Nigel Smith is just as bad, bawling and shouting about UKIP, making up ridiculous lies about them - something he didn't have the grace to back down over on the Gateway interview.

Yes, you have hit the nail on the head. The minute you attack Labour they go ape.. of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. So they resort to lies, rumour mongering and personal insults.

What they SHOULD be doing is regrouping and working out just where they went wrong - I can help there: too aggressive approach on the doorstep (according to witnesses), belligerent attitude to opponents in meetings, arguing over minutiae and making personal and rude comments, also gesticulating at members of the public. Not to mention bandstanding and bandwagon jumping.

That's just for starters.

If they clean up their act and start listening it might help. And Smith saying he wants to address the EU issue is just apeing Miliband's comments the other day in Thurrock.

We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants. However, Smith is on record as saying he wants to tackle the referendum issue but not in the same way as UKIP.

How does he propose to do that then?

It's all utter tosh.

They need to shut up, grow up and get on with it. No use bashing everybody else over the head because they lost. That's what lost them seats in the first place.

The voting public don't want to hear slaggings off and lies about political opponents; they want to hear about sensible strong policies they can feel confident voting for, not willy nilly lukewarm stuff like "fairness commissions" and other waste of space costly quangoes. Not to mention warmist nonsense and politically correct nanny state indoctrination.

We want freedom not fascism.
[quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]That's right. They don't like it up em. They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers The tall tales and ridiculous stories are getting taller and more ridiculous and Callaghan really has lost it. He really cannot stand criticism but it's OK for him to dish it out, slagging people off with personal comments... and Nigel Smith is just as bad, bawling and shouting about UKIP, making up ridiculous lies about them - something he didn't have the grace to back down over on the Gateway interview. Yes, you have hit the nail on the head. The minute you attack Labour they go ape.. of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. So they resort to lies, rumour mongering and personal insults. What they SHOULD be doing is regrouping and working out just where they went wrong - I can help there: too aggressive approach on the doorstep (according to witnesses), belligerent attitude to opponents in meetings, arguing over minutiae and making personal and rude comments, also gesticulating at members of the public. Not to mention bandstanding and bandwagon jumping. That's just for starters. If they clean up their act and start listening it might help. And Smith saying he wants to address the EU issue is just apeing Miliband's comments the other day in Thurrock. We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants. However, Smith is on record as saying he wants to tackle the referendum issue but not in the same way as UKIP. How does he propose to do that then? It's all utter tosh. They need to shut up, grow up and get on with it. No use bashing everybody else over the head because they lost. That's what lost them seats in the first place. The voting public don't want to hear slaggings off and lies about political opponents; they want to hear about sensible strong policies they can feel confident voting for, not willy nilly lukewarm stuff like "fairness commissions" and other waste of space costly quangoes. Not to mention warmist nonsense and politically correct nanny state indoctrination. We want freedom not fascism. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 3

1:53pm Thu 29 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
No it wasn't.

I'd have liked the opportunity though!
[quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]No it wasn't. I'd have liked the opportunity though! Kim Gandy
  • Score: 2

1:54pm Thu 29 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English....

hahahahahahahahahaha
ha
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha Kim Gandy
  • Score: 0

1:59pm Thu 29 May 14

Kim Gandy says...

ThisYear wrote:
Nebs wrote:
GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.
But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you..
Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you.

You're the biggest nutjob for miles.

Don't all the minuses and adverse comments tell you anything? The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all.

I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head.

My comments are always articulate and factual. Yours are always badly written and ineffectual because you never EVER make a point on anything.. You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right. And you ram it down people's throats till they choke.

You are a fascist bigot. And you are merely tolerated on here. Get it through that piece of 4x2 you call a head.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.[/p][/quote]But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you..[/p][/quote]Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you. You're the biggest nutjob for miles. Don't all the minuses and adverse comments tell you anything? The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all. I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head. My comments are always articulate and factual. Yours are always badly written and ineffectual because you never EVER make a point on anything.. You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right. And you ram it down people's throats till they choke. You are a fascist bigot. And you are merely tolerated on here. Get it through that piece of 4x2 you call a head. Kim Gandy
  • Score: 1

7:33pm Thu 29 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
That's right. They don't like it up em. They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers

The tall tales and ridiculous stories are getting taller and more ridiculous and Callaghan really has lost it.

He really cannot stand criticism but it's OK for him to dish it out, slagging people off with personal comments... and Nigel Smith is just as bad, bawling and shouting about UKIP, making up ridiculous lies about them - something he didn't have the grace to back down over on the Gateway interview.

Yes, you have hit the nail on the head. The minute you attack Labour they go ape.. of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. So they resort to lies, rumour mongering and personal insults.

What they SHOULD be doing is regrouping and working out just where they went wrong - I can help there: too aggressive approach on the doorstep (according to witnesses), belligerent attitude to opponents in meetings, arguing over minutiae and making personal and rude comments, also gesticulating at members of the public. Not to mention bandstanding and bandwagon jumping.

That's just for starters.

If they clean up their act and start listening it might help. And Smith saying he wants to address the EU issue is just apeing Miliband's comments the other day in Thurrock.

We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants. However, Smith is on record as saying he wants to tackle the referendum issue but not in the same way as UKIP.

How does he propose to do that then?

It's all utter tosh.

They need to shut up, grow up and get on with it. No use bashing everybody else over the head because they lost. That's what lost them seats in the first place.

The voting public don't want to hear slaggings off and lies about political opponents; they want to hear about sensible strong policies they can feel confident voting for, not willy nilly lukewarm stuff like "fairness commissions" and other waste of space costly quangoes. Not to mention warmist nonsense and politically correct nanny state indoctrination.

We want freedom not fascism.
Oh how the ranting is deteriorating..

"That's right. They don't like it up em"

As the 'they' in question must be the Echo's editor, for its him who decides what article is opened for comments, are you then insinuating he is purposely not allowing comments on Milliband because he "doesn't like it up em" ?

BTW there were comments on the Milliband articles , I believe one has been closed now..

*They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers*

Do do realise that the tories did worse than labour..dont you? And you were leafleting for the Tories were you not? Ipso facto you are a loser..

* slagging people off with personal *

Is there a way to slag a person off impersonally?

* of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. *

Id point out the irony in that statement but fear it would simply float over your corrugated brow.

* We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants*

Are you implying the party you obviously supported in the election, the tories, DO want to address EU/border controls? Has Divvy David actually said that?

* We want freedom not fascism*

Zoom...if you listen hard enough you will hear the irony rattling the corrugation as it speeds over..

How on earth can people thumb up this....this....barm
pot is a mystery..have you no pride?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]That's right. They don't like it up em. They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers The tall tales and ridiculous stories are getting taller and more ridiculous and Callaghan really has lost it. He really cannot stand criticism but it's OK for him to dish it out, slagging people off with personal comments... and Nigel Smith is just as bad, bawling and shouting about UKIP, making up ridiculous lies about them - something he didn't have the grace to back down over on the Gateway interview. Yes, you have hit the nail on the head. The minute you attack Labour they go ape.. of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. So they resort to lies, rumour mongering and personal insults. What they SHOULD be doing is regrouping and working out just where they went wrong - I can help there: too aggressive approach on the doorstep (according to witnesses), belligerent attitude to opponents in meetings, arguing over minutiae and making personal and rude comments, also gesticulating at members of the public. Not to mention bandstanding and bandwagon jumping. That's just for starters. If they clean up their act and start listening it might help. And Smith saying he wants to address the EU issue is just apeing Miliband's comments the other day in Thurrock. We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants. However, Smith is on record as saying he wants to tackle the referendum issue but not in the same way as UKIP. How does he propose to do that then? It's all utter tosh. They need to shut up, grow up and get on with it. No use bashing everybody else over the head because they lost. That's what lost them seats in the first place. The voting public don't want to hear slaggings off and lies about political opponents; they want to hear about sensible strong policies they can feel confident voting for, not willy nilly lukewarm stuff like "fairness commissions" and other waste of space costly quangoes. Not to mention warmist nonsense and politically correct nanny state indoctrination. We want freedom not fascism.[/p][/quote]Oh how the ranting is deteriorating.. "That's right. They don't like it up em" As the 'they' in question must be the Echo's editor, for its him who decides what article is opened for comments, are you then insinuating he is purposely not allowing comments on Milliband because he "doesn't like it up em" ? BTW there were comments on the Milliband articles , I believe one has been closed now.. *They're currently posting their bile all over Twitter #badllosers* Do do realise that the tories did worse than labour..dont you? And you were leafleting for the Tories were you not? Ipso facto you are a loser.. * slagging people off with personal * Is there a way to slag a person off impersonally? * of course nobody is allowed any point of view that differs from theirs. * Id point out the irony in that statement but fear it would simply float over your corrugated brow. * We all know the last thing Labour wants is to address the EU/border controls because it will affect their vote if they upset immigrants* Are you implying the party you obviously supported in the election, the tories, DO want to address EU/border controls? Has Divvy David actually said that? * We want freedom not fascism* Zoom...if you listen hard enough you will hear the irony rattling the corrugation as it speeds over.. How on earth can people thumb up this....this....barm pot is a mystery..have you no pride? ThisYear
  • Score: 2

7:49pm Thu 29 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Nebs wrote:
GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.
But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you..
Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you.

You're the biggest nutjob for miles.

Don't all the minuses and adverse comments tell you anything? The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all.

I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head.

My comments are always articulate and factual. Yours are always badly written and ineffectual because you never EVER make a point on anything.. You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right. And you ram it down people's throats till they choke.

You are a fascist bigot. And you are merely tolerated on here. Get it through that piece of 4x2 you call a head.
**Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you.**

But thats not true is it Ga-Ga?

Why did you invite questions and then have the thread closed down instead of answering them?

Why did you imply you were supporting UKIP and then leafletted for the Tories?

You ask if all the minus' and adverse comments tell me something...yes they do they tell me all I need to know about many on here..BUT what do the minus' and adverse comments about you tell you? Or does it just run off your corrugated forehead?

* The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all*

Oh the absence of acknowledgement of irony here is truly amazing..

* I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head.*

Im not surprised to hear that considering the type of people who would agree to meet you...Im sure decent folk wouldn't want to meet with a individual who was party to apartheid attack on little children...those who did meet you cannot be very decent..

*My comments are always articulate and factual*

I dont think thats the case..most of your posts are about the labour councillors...you act as if your were their political peer...when you are a simpleton who attends council meetings in Basildon while not even living there..you are apolitical by force...questions have already been raised about you leafletting for the tories..

**You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right**

And then she writes;

*You are a fascist bigot*

Is it any wonder she is called Ga-Ga Gandy?

I do not seek tolerance for that implies a lower status than those doing the tolerating...which isnt the case...Im no lower or higher than the vast majority of people who post or read the comments..but Im certainly higher than the racists rabble that you seem to spend your time ranting to and at..

Just out of interest...can you advise if you actually post anywhere else..any other forum...Imo, I very much doubt it..
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]Would be so much better if they just removed the offending posts.[/p][/quote]But then Ga-Ga Gandy would never get the opportunity to be thumbed up by you..[/p][/quote]Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you. You're the biggest nutjob for miles. Don't all the minuses and adverse comments tell you anything? The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all. I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head. My comments are always articulate and factual. Yours are always badly written and ineffectual because you never EVER make a point on anything.. You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right. And you ram it down people's throats till they choke. You are a fascist bigot. And you are merely tolerated on here. Get it through that piece of 4x2 you call a head.[/p][/quote]**Ga-ga.... have you tried listening to yourself? There are people here who don't like me but everybody here detests you.** But thats not true is it Ga-Ga? Why did you invite questions and then have the thread closed down instead of answering them? Why did you imply you were supporting UKIP and then leafletted for the Tories? You ask if all the minus' and adverse comments tell me something...yes they do they tell me all I need to know about many on here..BUT what do the minus' and adverse comments about you tell you? Or does it just run off your corrugated forehead? * The fact that you are impervious to the number of people who regard you as a nutter on here says it all* Oh the absence of acknowledgement of irony here is truly amazing.. * I have even met people who post on here face to face and one of the first things we all agree on is that you are totally off your head.* Im not surprised to hear that considering the type of people who would agree to meet you...Im sure decent folk wouldn't want to meet with a individual who was party to apartheid attack on little children...those who did meet you cannot be very decent.. *My comments are always articulate and factual* I dont think thats the case..most of your posts are about the labour councillors...you act as if your were their political peer...when you are a simpleton who attends council meetings in Basildon while not even living there..you are apolitical by force...questions have already been raised about you leafletting for the tories.. **You just insult others the whole time and assume YOUR opinion is the only one that is right** And then she writes; *You are a fascist bigot* Is it any wonder she is called Ga-Ga Gandy? I do not seek tolerance for that implies a lower status than those doing the tolerating...which isnt the case...Im no lower or higher than the vast majority of people who post or read the comments..but Im certainly higher than the racists rabble that you seem to spend your time ranting to and at.. Just out of interest...can you advise if you actually post anywhere else..any other forum...Imo, I very much doubt it.. ThisYear
  • Score: 1

8:13pm Thu 29 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote:
Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster.

Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time.

Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats.

The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London.

And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs...

A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English....

hahahahahahahahahaha

ha
Exactly...get the point?
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha[/p][/quote]Exactly...get the point? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

8:14pm Thu 29 May 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
GrumpyofLeigh wrote:
Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down.
On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?
No it wasn't.

I'd have liked the opportunity though!
Im sure he would of looked at you kindly as you dribbled and fretted before you were led away gently..
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]GrumpyofLeigh[/bold] wrote: Maybe but the "chat" between Kim and Thisyear WAS getting a bit much, however amusing. I don't blame the Echo for taking it down. On the Milli story though, the Times reported that a "Kim" asked him a tricky question when in Thurrock - was that our beloved?[/p][/quote]No it wasn't. I'd have liked the opportunity though![/p][/quote]Im sure he would of looked at you kindly as you dribbled and fretted before you were led away gently.. ThisYear
  • Score: 0

5:09am Fri 30 May 14

sesibollox says...

CarnMountification wrote:
Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals.
It's a democracy..as long as you conform...
.
[quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: Just goes to show, a bit like the way BNP's Nick Griffin was led to the slaughter house on the BBC Panorama programme, people need to remember who run this country, I mean really run it, this is the reality, and a tuppenny ha'penny local paper will allow it, as it'll show to those idiots, UKIP, as a flash in the toilet pan, usually pretty vile which gets flushed away with all the other sordid little ideals. It's a democracy..as long as you conform...[/p][/quote]. sesibollox
  • Score: 0

10:38am Fri 30 May 14

sinister footwear says...

Andycal 172D wrote:
And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly?

Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is...
Yep, as if they'd ever leave the EU cash cow.

Anti EU Parties - 72 seats

Pro EU Parties - 679 seats

I'm still scratching my head over this 'political earthquake' thing.
[quote][p][bold]Andycal 172D[/bold] wrote: And this means UKIP EuriMPs will be able to what exactly? Apart from claim expenses and allowances that is...[/p][/quote]Yep, as if they'd ever leave the EU cash cow. Anti EU Parties - 72 seats Pro EU Parties - 679 seats I'm still scratching my head over this 'political earthquake' thing. sinister footwear
  • Score: 0

2:11pm Fri 30 May 14

Alekhine says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha
Exactly...get the point?
Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha[/p][/quote]Exactly...get the point?[/p][/quote]Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't? Alekhine
  • Score: 1

8:53pm Fri 30 May 14

ThisYear says...

Alekhine wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha
Exactly...get the point?
Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?
Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed'

Lets look at the issue here shall we?

The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised?

And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with;

"Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der")

Do I need to say more?

Or can you spot the problem with your comment?

Like to say what it is?

Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that?

Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha

Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written!

Do you?
[quote][p][bold]Alekhine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha[/p][/quote]Exactly...get the point?[/p][/quote]Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?[/p][/quote]Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed' Lets look at the issue here shall we? The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised? And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with; "Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der") Do I need to say more? Or can you spot the problem with your comment? Like to say what it is? Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that? Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written! Do you? ThisYear
  • Score: 0

10:25pm Fri 30 May 14

profondo asbo says...

ThisYear wrote:
Alekhine wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha
Exactly...get the point?
Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?
Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed'

Lets look at the issue here shall we?

The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised?

And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with;

"Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der")

Do I need to say more?

Or can you spot the problem with your comment?

Like to say what it is?

Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that?

Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha

Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written!

Do you?
can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony? commas = ignorance. there is no salvation for the ignorant. i never accused you of ignorance. i'm happy to correct all of your errors but i assume you'd rather i didn't (too many to quantify - btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo. i do not make errors, ever.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alekhine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha[/p][/quote]Exactly...get the point?[/p][/quote]Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?[/p][/quote]Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed' Lets look at the issue here shall we? The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised? And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with; "Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der") Do I need to say more? Or can you spot the problem with your comment? Like to say what it is? Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that? Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written! Do you?[/p][/quote]can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony? commas = ignorance. there is no salvation for the ignorant. i never accused you of ignorance. i'm happy to correct all of your errors but i assume you'd rather i didn't (too many to quantify - btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo. i do not make errors, ever. profondo asbo
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ThisYear says...

profondo asbo wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Alekhine wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
ThisYear wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
CarnMountification wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Nebs wrote:
profondo asbo wrote:
Jack222 wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...
flagged as spam
Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.
i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.
Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.
congrats. you just won wtf post of the month
Bite, a little harder please...
nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?
Or lack of capital letters in the right places?
You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha
Exactly...get the point?
Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?
Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed'

Lets look at the issue here shall we?

The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised?

And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with;

"Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der")

Do I need to say more?

Or can you spot the problem with your comment?

Like to say what it is?

Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that?

Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha

Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written!

Do you?
can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony? commas = ignorance. there is no salvation for the ignorant. i never accused you of ignorance. i'm happy to correct all of your errors but i assume you'd rather i didn't (too many to quantify - btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo. i do not make errors, ever.
"can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony?"

I can but can you? You seem to imply it might be hard to do..Is that the case for you?

"there is no salvation for the ignorant"

That is a matter of opinion. The 'ignorant' can be educated..the educated ignoramuses are a different matter..which I believe you to be one of...you could coat them with jelly and custard and tell them they are a dessert and they will still deny it...take you for instance...you plead knowledge yet you continue to post without using capital letters where they should be used...'wibble wobble wibble wobble jelly on a plate"

" i never accused you of ignorance"

And I never accused you of accusing me of ignorance either..

" btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo"

Its what I chose to write it as.

" i do not make errors, ever."

Is this both ignorance and irony combined?
[quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Alekhine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]CarnMountification[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nebs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]profondo asbo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Jack222[/bold] wrote: Bit more interesting if they actually has a seat in Westminster. Normal protest party - I note the wipeout of the BNP at the same time. Interesting UKIP percentage share of the vote in seats contested is DOWN from last time - it's just this time they stood in more seats. The academics have analysed their supporters - it's mainly a mix of elderly male, poor and / or poorly educated... This is why UKIP did very badly in London. And its policy of withdraw from the EU would just destroy the British economy - half our exports go to EU. If we arent a member of the EU, refuse to pay membership of the EU club guess whose exports will not be allowed in (or under punitive taxation). There goes most of our jobs... A vote for UKIP is a vote for the UK to become irrelevant - and broke ...[/p][/quote]flagged as spam[/p][/quote]Whats happened to the comments on the Ed Milliband story, seems like it is OK to speak out against UKIP but not against Labour.[/p][/quote]i'm mystified. seems to be at the whim of the thought police.[/p][/quote]Your quiet for a change, amazing thing that programme, never thought it would be so exacting, got a good brief ? I think your gonna need one.[/p][/quote]congrats. you just won wtf post of the month[/p][/quote]Bite, a little harder please...[/p][/quote]nope still no clue. has it got something to do with muppets or indiscriminate use of commas?[/p][/quote]Or lack of capital letters in the right places?[/p][/quote]You criticising others on standards of English.... hahahahahahahahahaha ha[/p][/quote]Exactly...get the point?[/p][/quote]Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?[/p][/quote]Voting for your own comments now? To give yourself that little kick-start? 'Weeeeeeeeed' Lets look at the issue here shall we? The poster 'profondo asbo' points out another poster overusing commas while he himself doesn't use capitals to start a sentence...this is pointed out to him as in 'you can talk'...this is not criticising his English per se, but verbally reflecting on the kettle and pot scenario he brings to mind..another poster, Ga-Ga Gandy, decides to ignore profundo's hypocrisy and the scenario conjured up and alluded to by myself and instead go the critical route, any one surprised? And then you post a reply in regards to the standards of English with; "Did he not go to the the same school that you didn't?" (I imagine the double "the the" was sounded as "der der") Do I need to say more? Or can you spot the problem with your comment? Like to say what it is? Perhaps this is another 'faux pas' by you along the lines of 'Infer' and 'imply'...remember how you made such a spectacle of yourself with that? Hahahahahahaha deep breath Hahahahahaha Btw...I claim no complete mastery of the English language, both spoken or written! Do you?[/p][/quote]can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony? commas = ignorance. there is no salvation for the ignorant. i never accused you of ignorance. i'm happy to correct all of your errors but i assume you'd rather i didn't (too many to quantify - btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo. i do not make errors, ever.[/p][/quote]"can you spot the difference between ignorance and irony?" I can but can you? You seem to imply it might be hard to do..Is that the case for you? "there is no salvation for the ignorant" That is a matter of opinion. The 'ignorant' can be educated..the educated ignoramuses are a different matter..which I believe you to be one of...you could coat them with jelly and custard and tell them they are a dessert and they will still deny it...take you for instance...you plead knowledge yet you continue to post without using capital letters where they should be used...'wibble wobble wibble wobble jelly on a plate" " i never accused you of ignorance" And I never accused you of accusing me of ignorance either.. " btw it's profondo as in profound rather than profundo" Its what I chose to write it as. " i do not make errors, ever." Is this both ignorance and irony combined? ThisYear
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