Protest planned over UKIP's new Bournemouth headquarters at former brothel

Protest planned over UKIP's new Bournemouth headquarters at former brothel

Protest planned over UKIP's new Bournemouth headquarters at former brothel

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MORE than 100 people are set to protest as Ukip opens a new office at a former brothel in Pokesdown.

Tomorrow the political group is opening its Bournemouth East headquarters at the former Rose Beauty massage parlour in Christchurch Road.

Following the announcement of the launch, a group called “Welcoming Party for Ukip Bournemouth East” was set up on the social media site Facebook.

The group has organised a protest to correspond with the official opening, which is due to take place at noon.

On the group’s Facebook page, which accuses the political party of being “anti-gay” and “anti-gay marriage”, it states protestors will be giving Ukip Bournemouth East a “big ‘welcome’”.

More than 100 people have pledged to attend the protest. All protestors are being urged to remain peaceful.

On the public Facebook page, Thorlak Gudrod Hallett wrote: “Just to confirm that this event was organised to highlight the fact that Ukip have chosen this sensitive and diverse location to situate their headquarters.”

He added: “We do not or will not associate this gathering with any violent acts. Feel free to attend and throw your questions at UKIP members. But please no projectiles.”

The new Ukip headquarters is being officially opened by Ukip deputy chairman Neil Hamilton and his wife Christine.

The premises was a former beauty salon, Rose Beauty, which was closed down last year for offering sexual services.

Gawain Towler, spokesman for Ukip, branded claims the party is homophobic as “ridiculous”.

He said: “We have a very healthy LGBT group within the party. One of our MEPs is gay and out. We are not anti-gay.”

Regarding the planned protest he added: “We like to think we all have freedom of speech in this country.

“We just hope they don’t do anything to cause any hassle to the guests coming to our event or any police that will be there.”

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5:39am Fri 15 Aug 14

Lord Parkstone says...

Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel? Lord Parkstone
  • Score: 70

5:55am Fri 15 Aug 14

Peggy Babcock says...

What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism.
What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism. Peggy Babcock
  • Score: 170

6:23am Fri 15 Aug 14

ShuttleX says...

Horlak Gudrod Hallett ....... Haven't you got anything better to do with your time? Do you really think that, with the exception of the other fools in your group, the people of Boscombe/Pokedown really give a monkeys what the shop is used for? You sound like an idiot, and if you bother to turn up for this "protest" you will look like an idiot too. Get yourself a job and stay off Facebook, you will feel better for it.
Horlak Gudrod Hallett ....... Haven't you got anything better to do with your time? Do you really think that, with the exception of the other fools in your group, the people of Boscombe/Pokedown really give a monkeys what the shop is used for? You sound like an idiot, and if you bother to turn up for this "protest" you will look like an idiot too. Get yourself a job and stay off Facebook, you will feel better for it. ShuttleX
  • Score: 86

6:53am Fri 15 Aug 14

trolley says...

Silly scared,intolerant,ol
d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.
Silly scared,intolerant,ol d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people. trolley
  • Score: -67

7:07am Fri 15 Aug 14

muppett says...

Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before muppett
  • Score: 123

7:14am Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
[quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over... Baysider
  • Score: -106

7:16am Fri 15 Aug 14

Tripod says...

Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories...
Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories... Tripod
  • Score: 126

7:17am Fri 15 Aug 14

oversee says...

No difference...it will still be full of pr..ks.
No difference...it will still be full of pr..ks. oversee
  • Score: -100

7:18am Fri 15 Aug 14

High Treason says...

Horlak Gudrod Hallett is desperate for attention and will latch on to anything to get noticed. Very much like Stonewall always desperate to be in the media and most people are weary of "their rights"
Horlak Gudrod Hallett is desperate for attention and will latch on to anything to get noticed. Very much like Stonewall always desperate to be in the media and most people are weary of "their rights" High Treason
  • Score: 84

7:20am Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them. Baysider
  • Score: -100

7:37am Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :) retry69
  • Score: 43

7:57am Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
Ahh...yes the curse of the predictive text thingy. Eastern, I meant of course.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]Ahh...yes the curse of the predictive text thingy. Eastern, I meant of course. Baysider
  • Score: -34

8:00am Fri 15 Aug 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
That is some Whitsun.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]That is some Whitsun. Lord Spring
  • Score: 25

8:03am Fri 15 Aug 14

Chief-Wiggum says...

Echo you are getting worse by the day! Your reporter is the one who went in there begging for extras and wording the sentences carefully so it implies its an everyday thing! Seriously go and do some real reporting and stop making up things on a daily basis!
Echo you are getting worse by the day! Your reporter is the one who went in there begging for extras and wording the sentences carefully so it implies its an everyday thing! Seriously go and do some real reporting and stop making up things on a daily basis! Chief-Wiggum
  • Score: 82

8:06am Fri 15 Aug 14

Lucky Lucretia says...

This was published in the national press on 18 March 2014:

FARAGE WILL FIGHT ELECTION AS A SUPPORTER OF GAY MARRIAGE

Ukip is to drop its opposition to gay marriage, party leader Nigel Farage revealed today.

The move risks angering disaffected Tories who switched to Ukip after same sex weddings were legalised by the coalition, but Mr Farage insisted: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody.’

He said that as part of a review of Ukip’s manifesto, which he has dismissed as ‘drivel’, he would not campaign for gay weddings to be banned.

Mr Farage has now insisted that he would fight the next election as a supporter of gay marriage.

He made the remarks while taking part in a Q&A with PinkNews. Asked by a reader if UKIP would seek to abolish the marriages of gay and lesbian couples entered into after 29 March 2014 in its 2015 manifesto, Mr Farage simply replied: ‘No.’

Mr Farage said he hoped the party would continue to more lesbian, gay and transgender supporters: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody, whatever group or community they come from, unless they have openly and evidently unpalatable views.
This was published in the national press on 18 March 2014: FARAGE WILL FIGHT ELECTION AS A SUPPORTER OF GAY MARRIAGE Ukip is to drop its opposition to gay marriage, party leader Nigel Farage revealed today. The move risks angering disaffected Tories who switched to Ukip after same sex weddings were legalised by the coalition, but Mr Farage insisted: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody.’ He said that as part of a review of Ukip’s manifesto, which he has dismissed as ‘drivel’, he would not campaign for gay weddings to be banned. Mr Farage has now insisted that he would fight the next election as a supporter of gay marriage. He made the remarks while taking part in a Q&A with PinkNews. Asked by a reader if UKIP would seek to abolish the marriages of gay and lesbian couples entered into after 29 March 2014 in its 2015 manifesto, Mr Farage simply replied: ‘No.’ Mr Farage said he hoped the party would continue to more lesbian, gay and transgender supporters: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody, whatever group or community they come from, unless they have openly and evidently unpalatable views. Lucky Lucretia
  • Score: 157

8:06am Fri 15 Aug 14

samjdavis says...

On the one hand, the Echo is saying brothels are bad, on the other hand, they will take money and print ads for them in their "Massage" section in the classifieds... doesn't that therefore make the Echo not much better than UKIP, thus rendering this article nothing more than a farce.
On the one hand, the Echo is saying brothels are bad, on the other hand, they will take money and print ads for them in their "Massage" section in the classifieds... doesn't that therefore make the Echo not much better than UKIP, thus rendering this article nothing more than a farce. samjdavis
  • Score: 44

8:13am Fri 15 Aug 14

Victor_Meldrew_Lives! says...

The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!!
Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?
The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!! Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages? Victor_Meldrew_Lives!
  • Score: 47

8:18am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.
Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls. Futurekix
  • Score: -71

8:19am Fri 15 Aug 14

Noah Peel says...

Why the protests? Surely in this day and age people have the right to choose who to vote for?Hopefully the Echo journo"s will be down there to get the views of the protesters! I voted UKIP and would have preferred to have seen the shop used as a £1 a bowl Romanian grocers or a Portuguese cafe
Why the protests? Surely in this day and age people have the right to choose who to vote for?Hopefully the Echo journo"s will be down there to get the views of the protesters! I voted UKIP and would have preferred to have seen the shop used as a £1 a bowl Romanian grocers or a Portuguese cafe Noah Peel
  • Score: 16

8:32am Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

“Welcoming Party for Ukip Bournemouth East”, I suggest that this group of people seek employment to take up their spare time.
“Welcoming Party for Ukip Bournemouth East”, I suggest that this group of people seek employment to take up their spare time. penhalereturns
  • Score: 39

8:36am Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

Horlak Gudrod Hallett said, "We do not or will not associate this gathering with any violent acts. Feel free to attend and throw your questions at UKIP members. But please no projectiles.”
.
Is this a general concern that the protest should stay peaceful of perhaps an incitement to violence.
Horlak Gudrod Hallett said, "We do not or will not associate this gathering with any violent acts. Feel free to attend and throw your questions at UKIP members. But please no projectiles.” . Is this a general concern that the protest should stay peaceful of perhaps an incitement to violence. penhalereturns
  • Score: 26

8:44am Fri 15 Aug 14

BIGTONE says...

LGBT groups just need to stay in the background and get on with what they do best.
Thank your lucky stars this is not Africa.
Always have to be drama queens.
LGBT groups just need to stay in the background and get on with what they do best. Thank your lucky stars this is not Africa. Always have to be drama queens. BIGTONE
  • Score: 22

8:47am Fri 15 Aug 14

Ophilum says...

trolley wrote:
Silly scared,intolerant,ol

d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.
What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about.
[quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: Silly scared,intolerant,ol d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.[/p][/quote]What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about. Ophilum
  • Score: 13

9:07am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways.
I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways. Futurekix
  • Score: -66

9:11am Fri 15 Aug 14

Controversial But True says...

I think the fact that the country has had enough of the Eastern Europeans flooding in to the UK, and yet as typical Brits, we moan amongst ourselves and just take orders from Europe, the breaking point has come!! Right or wrong in their stance against the foreign influx, at least UKIP say it as it is and will try to make the difference. Even if other the parties finally hear what the Brits are saying and act upon it will help.

We really are foreigners in our own country whether a UKIP supporter or not. We are just too scared of doing or saying anything without reprisal, or at least being branded as racists.
I think the fact that the country has had enough of the Eastern Europeans flooding in to the UK, and yet as typical Brits, we moan amongst ourselves and just take orders from Europe, the breaking point has come!! Right or wrong in their stance against the foreign influx, at least UKIP say it as it is and will try to make the difference. Even if other the parties finally hear what the Brits are saying and act upon it will help. We really are foreigners in our own country whether a UKIP supporter or not. We are just too scared of doing or saying anything without reprisal, or at least being branded as racists. Controversial But True
  • Score: 43

9:17am Fri 15 Aug 14

The Warlock says...

It's not a brothel anymore, what is the problem?
I think these 100 protesters are all in denial and just want their brothel back.
It's not a brothel anymore, what is the problem? I think these 100 protesters are all in denial and just want their brothel back. The Warlock
  • Score: 45

9:19am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new.
Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new. Futurekix
  • Score: -38

9:25am Fri 15 Aug 14

billy bumble says...

Futurekix wrote:
Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new.
Are you even able to complete a sentence without resorting to swearing?

Brainless fool
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new.[/p][/quote]Are you even able to complete a sentence without resorting to swearing? Brainless fool billy bumble
  • Score: 39

9:28am Fri 15 Aug 14

boyerboy says...

Poor reporting ! It is no longer a brothel and just shows how low the "Evening Echo" ( what was) has sunk.
Poor reporting ! It is no longer a brothel and just shows how low the "Evening Echo" ( what was) has sunk. boyerboy
  • Score: 34

9:31am Fri 15 Aug 14

Lucky Lucretia says...

LGBTQ* in UKIP | Facebook, The Official LGBT* in UKIP page - https://www.facebook
.com/UkipLgbt

LGBT* in UKIP (ukiplgbt) on Twitter, The official LGBT* in UKIP twitter account - https://twitter.com/
ukiplgbt
LGBTQ* in UKIP | Facebook, The Official LGBT* in UKIP page - https://www.facebook .com/UkipLgbt LGBT* in UKIP (ukiplgbt) on Twitter, The official LGBT* in UKIP twitter account - https://twitter.com/ ukiplgbt Lucky Lucretia
  • Score: 31

9:32am Fri 15 Aug 14

Brock_and_Roll says...

Silly party full of silly people with an illiberal dosing of bigots........HOWEVE
R I'll fight for their right to exist and I'll fight for people's right to protest against them!
Silly party full of silly people with an illiberal dosing of bigots........HOWEVE R I'll fight for their right to exist and I'll fight for people's right to protest against them! Brock_and_Roll
  • Score: -35

9:33am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?
If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time? Futurekix
  • Score: -36

9:41am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

As I stated before I was referring to my local area, Of course I would employ a british person if they were hard working. But the term "british Person" actually includes any foreign person that has been given a UK Passport so what point are you trying to make?
As I stated before I was referring to my local area, Of course I would employ a british person if they were hard working. But the term "british Person" actually includes any foreign person that has been given a UK Passport so what point are you trying to make? Futurekix
  • Score: -41

9:46am Fri 15 Aug 14

contric says...

perhaps after this protest they will go outside the labour offices and protest about the absolute mess in iraq caused by blair and bush where people including young children are being murdered while blair buys his 10th mansion and then on to the tory offices and complain about the libya situation with lawlessness and murders and a country in crisis since cameron and his mates decided to make it better no not this bunch of idiots lets go to pokesdown and protest about a legal political party who are opening a shop
perhaps after this protest they will go outside the labour offices and protest about the absolute mess in iraq caused by blair and bush where people including young children are being murdered while blair buys his 10th mansion and then on to the tory offices and complain about the libya situation with lawlessness and murders and a country in crisis since cameron and his mates decided to make it better no not this bunch of idiots lets go to pokesdown and protest about a legal political party who are opening a shop contric
  • Score: 59

9:49am Fri 15 Aug 14

Nee how says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view. Nee how
  • Score: 61

9:54am Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Small minded person posts an ill informed comment.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Small minded person posts an ill informed comment. penhalereturns
  • Score: 24

9:59am Fri 15 Aug 14

trolley says...

too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views.
ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people.
you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.
too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views. ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people. you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence. trolley
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10:05am Fri 15 Aug 14

Controversial But True says...

Futurekix wrote:
If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?
We need empty homes to fill with eastern europeans and refugees!
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?[/p][/quote]We need empty homes to fill with eastern europeans and refugees! Controversial But True
  • Score: 11

10:07am Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

trolley wrote:
too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views.
ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people.
you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.
Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies.
If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision.
[quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views. ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people. you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.[/p][/quote]Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies. If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision. penhalereturns
  • Score: 36

10:09am Fri 15 Aug 14

simong says...

Pathetic ! seems like certain sections of our society only want free speech and equality when It suits them. About time the views and rights of the majority were considered, not the whining few . Good luck to UKIP.
Pathetic ! seems like certain sections of our society only want free speech and equality when It suits them. About time the views and rights of the majority were considered, not the whining few . Good luck to UKIP. simong
  • Score: 49

10:11am Fri 15 Aug 14

Binky says...

I went into this shop yesterday, thought it was a new Poundland. Bloke there looked very confused when I asked him if they sold cans of Coke.
I went into this shop yesterday, thought it was a new Poundland. Bloke there looked very confused when I asked him if they sold cans of Coke. Binky
  • Score: -22

10:16am Fri 15 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

It was also a hairdressers and a clothing shop. The fact it was a brothel is irrelevant in every way. It is a sad state of affairs when people cannot exercise their democratic right either by opening the UKIP headquarters or those wishing to protest without being vilified. If you don't like UKIP don't vote for them. Let's hope the protest doesn't turn into a mêlée fueled by idiotic Echo reporting.
It was also a hairdressers and a clothing shop. The fact it was a brothel is irrelevant in every way. It is a sad state of affairs when people cannot exercise their democratic right either by opening the UKIP headquarters or those wishing to protest without being vilified. If you don't like UKIP don't vote for them. Let's hope the protest doesn't turn into a mêlée fueled by idiotic Echo reporting. bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 35

10:17am Fri 15 Aug 14

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10:20am Fri 15 Aug 14

Rally says...

Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
And as as we all know, Baysider, not a single member of the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats Party, or indeed any other political Party in the UK is at all racist, sexist and or homophobic.

As for your ludicrous comment, 'I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters!'
I guarantee you would soon start bleating if your right to Freedom of Speech was denied you.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]And as as we all know, Baysider, not a single member of the Conservative Party, the Labour Party, the Liberal Democrats Party, or indeed any other political Party in the UK is at all racist, sexist and or homophobic. As for your ludicrous comment, 'I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters!' I guarantee you would soon start bleating if your right to Freedom of Speech was denied you. Rally
  • Score: 29

10:24am Fri 15 Aug 14

Franks Tank says...

Victor_Meldrew_Lives
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The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!!
Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?
Only around 20% of the "territory" is developed and approx. 40% of what's left is country park.
There's plenty of open space in Honkers if you step outside the built up bits.
Granted, the bits that are built up are pretty rammed though.
[quote][p][bold]Victor_Meldrew_Lives ![/bold] wrote: The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!! Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?[/p][/quote]Only around 20% of the "territory" is developed and approx. 40% of what's left is country park. There's plenty of open space in Honkers if you step outside the built up bits. Granted, the bits that are built up are pretty rammed though. Franks Tank
  • Score: -6

10:28am Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

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[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space. penhalereturns
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10:38am Fri 15 Aug 14

ronrollins@hotmail.com says...

Futurekix wrote:
If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?
Because the home owners want far too much money for the empty homes, while those who can't afford them are jammed up 5-6 to a house, paying £400 for a room.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?[/p][/quote]Because the home owners want far too much money for the empty homes, while those who can't afford them are jammed up 5-6 to a house, paying £400 for a room. ronrollins@hotmail.com
  • Score: 22

10:40am Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

penhalereturns wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
And your point is ?
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]And your point is ? retry69
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10:40am Fri 15 Aug 14

Azphreal says...

Ophilum wrote:
trolley wrote:
Silly scared,intolerant,ol


d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.
What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about.
So you complain that someone has made a generality about UKIP and then do the same about Labour voters. Do you see the stupidity in that statement?
[quote][p][bold]Ophilum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: Silly scared,intolerant,ol d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.[/p][/quote]What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about.[/p][/quote]So you complain that someone has made a generality about UKIP and then do the same about Labour voters. Do you see the stupidity in that statement? Azphreal
  • Score: -6

10:45am Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

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People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker. retry69
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10:47am Fri 15 Aug 14

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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
And where have you returned from or may we guess :)
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]And where have you returned from or may we guess :) retry69
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10:51am Fri 15 Aug 14

Futurekix says...

Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event!
Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event! Futurekix
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10:53am Fri 15 Aug 14

BoscVegas says...

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i liked the comment. a trivial comment for a trivial story. Seems to me a lot of people are getting really wound up by the prospect of 8 to 10 non ukip supporters standing outside a building waving a placard or two.

from what I know of mr farage, I suspect he would enjoy seeing people following in his own footsteps, if his man of the people PR is to be believed, and becoming more politically minded.
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]i liked the comment. a trivial comment for a trivial story. Seems to me a lot of people are getting really wound up by the prospect of 8 to 10 non ukip supporters standing outside a building waving a placard or two. from what I know of mr farage, I suspect he would enjoy seeing people following in his own footsteps, if his man of the people PR is to be believed, and becoming more politically minded. BoscVegas
  • Score: 8

11:04am Fri 15 Aug 14

Hurn08 says...

Futurekix wrote:
Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event!
Yet you're happy to come on here and say highly offensive things about the English people in your area. Perhaps less fortunate people who might just need some help to sort their lives out without having bigots like you labelling them lazy ****wits!

You seem to want to protest against UKIP for being bigoted, yet you show those exact same traits in yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event![/p][/quote]Yet you're happy to come on here and say highly offensive things about the English people in your area. Perhaps less fortunate people who might just need some help to sort their lives out without having bigots like you labelling them lazy ****wits! You seem to want to protest against UKIP for being bigoted, yet you show those exact same traits in yourself. Hurn08
  • Score: 42

11:10am Fri 15 Aug 14

RM says...

Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps. RM
  • Score: 29

11:14am Fri 15 Aug 14

simong says...

RM wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps.
Those Intending to protest are clearly to stupid to appreciate these points.
[quote][p][bold]RM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps.[/p][/quote]Those Intending to protest are clearly to stupid to appreciate these points. simong
  • Score: 26

11:19am Fri 15 Aug 14

Ophilum says...

Azphreal wrote:
Ophilum wrote:
trolley wrote:
Silly scared,intolerant,ol



d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.
What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about.
So you complain that someone has made a generality about UKIP and then do the same about Labour voters. Do you see the stupidity in that statement?
Not Really labour voters are brainwashed to toe the party line and bankrupted the country last time they were in and spent most of other peoples money as they do .
[quote][p][bold]Azphreal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Ophilum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: Silly scared,intolerant,ol d middle class racists.pointless party run by pointless people.[/p][/quote]What a bigoted person you are you must be a labour voter thinking like that, you just haven't got a clue what you are talking about.[/p][/quote]So you complain that someone has made a generality about UKIP and then do the same about Labour voters. Do you see the stupidity in that statement?[/p][/quote]Not Really labour voters are brainwashed to toe the party line and bankrupted the country last time they were in and spent most of other peoples money as they do . Ophilum
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11:22am Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy. Marty Caine
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11:28am Fri 15 Aug 14

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11:28am Fri 15 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

This silly 'protest' is just a knee-jerk from a bunch of politically very naive people who lack the intelligence to seek the truth. They have absorbed every smear the left and right wing establishment politicians and media has been throwing at UKIP and then without intelligent question believed it. We must all bear in mind that the old UK political order in all it's cosy and seemingly corrupt media comfort is frightened witless by UKIP, not least since it has recently all but taken out the Lib-dems.

Common sense has been missing from UK politics for far too long and at the moment the only Party that seems to be talking any of it - and on virtually every subject - is UKIP. The Party is not at all 'anti-gay' it always supported same sex civil partnerships and it's only concern with gay marriage was founded upon the way it exposed our old UK religious institutions to potentially damaging legal challenges from the dreaded EU 'rights' brigade. However the principle of same-sex marriage IS and alway has been supported by UKIP as will be confirmed in the forthcoming 2015 manifesto.

There are a significant number of gay people who have joined UKIP, enthusiastically support UKIP and do and will vote for UKIP - whilst for the record the well regarded recently elected Scottish UKIP MEP is an openly gay man himself. This protest group does not speak for all or maybe most gay people, but it does say an awful lot about the simple fools intending to take part in it!
This silly 'protest' is just a knee-jerk from a bunch of politically very naive people who lack the intelligence to seek the truth. They have absorbed every smear the left and right wing establishment politicians and media has been throwing at UKIP and then without intelligent question believed it. We must all bear in mind that the old UK political order in all it's cosy and seemingly corrupt media comfort is frightened witless by UKIP, not least since it has recently all but taken out the Lib-dems. Common sense has been missing from UK politics for far too long and at the moment the only Party that seems to be talking any of it - and on virtually every subject - is UKIP. The Party is not at all 'anti-gay' it always supported same sex civil partnerships and it's only concern with gay marriage was founded upon the way it exposed our old UK religious institutions to potentially damaging legal challenges from the dreaded EU 'rights' brigade. However the principle of same-sex marriage IS and alway has been supported by UKIP as will be confirmed in the forthcoming 2015 manifesto. There are a significant number of gay people who have joined UKIP, enthusiastically support UKIP and do and will vote for UKIP - whilst for the record the well regarded recently elected Scottish UKIP MEP is an openly gay man himself. This protest group does not speak for all or maybe most gay people, but it does say an awful lot about the simple fools intending to take part in it! muscliffman
  • Score: 34

11:37am Fri 15 Aug 14

Ophilum says...

All you have to do is join the Peoples army and get the country back on it,s independent Feet again or you could just stick with the outmoded party's like Lab/Lib/Cons you have a a choice.
Or you could join this crew of Dead heads and spout expletives.... here is the link to read about this vile rant from a students publication you can see where they get it from.
http://www.breitbart
.com/Breitbart-Londo
n/2014/08/14/Student
-newspaper-editor-te
lls-ukip-to-f-his-mo
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All you have to do is join the Peoples army and get the country back on it,s independent Feet again or you could just stick with the outmoded party's like Lab/Lib/Cons you have a a choice. Or you could join this crew of Dead heads and spout expletives.... here is the link to read about this vile rant from a students publication you can see where they get it from. http://www.breitbart .com/Breitbart-Londo n/2014/08/14/Student -newspaper-editor-te lls-ukip-to-f-his-mo ther Ophilum
  • Score: 13

11:38am Fri 15 Aug 14

Lord Spring says...

When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop.

It was called Kennedys.
When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop. It was called Kennedys. Lord Spring
  • Score: 8

11:41am Fri 15 Aug 14

rozmister says...

Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph
obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it. rozmister
  • Score: -29

11:46am Fri 15 Aug 14

RM says...

Futurekix wrote:
Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event!
But its quite OK to call the English f******* is it? Which could be seen as racist abuse. Hoist by your own petard I think.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Just to confirm (again) that I do not support any form of class divide, racism, hatred, violence or any other form of behaviour that causes harm or loss to another human being nor am I the person who organised this event![/p][/quote]But its quite OK to call the English f******* is it? Which could be seen as racist abuse. Hoist by your own petard I think. RM
  • Score: 31

11:53am Fri 15 Aug 14

BoscVegas says...

Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
Demonstrating IS politics. protesting with your vote is not the only opinion you have and you do not need to stand in an election to have a political opinion.

its the blind leading the blind. you are pretty clueless if you are not familiar with the poll tax demonstrations.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]Demonstrating IS politics. protesting with your vote is not the only opinion you have and you do not need to stand in an election to have a political opinion. its the blind leading the blind. you are pretty clueless if you are not familiar with the poll tax demonstrations. BoscVegas
  • Score: -10

11:53am Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

Fingersonthem wrote:
penhalereturns wrote:
retry69 wrote:
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🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶



🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼



🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶



🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼



🎶🎤.
Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Can you not read music, it is an extract from Colonel Bogey .
Thank you,someone who appreciates the finer things in life.:)
[quote][p][bold]Fingersonthem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Can you not read music, it is an extract from Colonel Bogey .[/p][/quote]Thank you,someone who appreciates the finer things in life.:) retry69
  • Score: -7

11:54am Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph

obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom. Marty Caine
  • Score: 19

11:55am Fri 15 Aug 14

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

Excellent - this is just the kind of publicity we were hoping for, as it really gets us out there and our presence becomes more and more known about. Many thanks to all involved for protesting - looking forward to serving you well after the next elections. Best Regards, UKIP.
Excellent - this is just the kind of publicity we were hoping for, as it really gets us out there and our presence becomes more and more known about. Many thanks to all involved for protesting - looking forward to serving you well after the next elections. Best Regards, UKIP. Letcommonsenseprevail
  • Score: 24

12:01pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

BoscVegas wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
Demonstrating IS politics. protesting with your vote is not the only opinion you have and you do not need to stand in an election to have a political opinion.

its the blind leading the blind. you are pretty clueless if you are not familiar with the poll tax demonstrations.
Demonstrating is for protest groups not political parties, I don't like the LibDems but I wouldn't dream of protesting against them simply because they happen to open a campaign shop somewhere. That would gain nothing other than making myself look stupid.
[quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]Demonstrating IS politics. protesting with your vote is not the only opinion you have and you do not need to stand in an election to have a political opinion. its the blind leading the blind. you are pretty clueless if you are not familiar with the poll tax demonstrations.[/p][/quote]Demonstrating is for protest groups not political parties, I don't like the LibDems but I wouldn't dream of protesting against them simply because they happen to open a campaign shop somewhere. That would gain nothing other than making myself look stupid. Marty Caine
  • Score: 25

12:01pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph


obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally retry69
  • Score: 2

12:02pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
That is some Whitsun.
I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read.

(well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...')
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]That is some Whitsun.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read. (well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...') scrumpyjack
  • Score: 1

12:03pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

scrumpyjack wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
That is some Whitsun.
I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read.

(well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...')
He is good isn't he :)
[quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]That is some Whitsun.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read. (well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...')[/p][/quote]He is good isn't he :) retry69
  • Score: 1

12:05pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

retry69 wrote:
scrumpyjack wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
That is some Whitsun.
I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read.

(well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...')
He is good isn't he :)
But that's why he is a Lord and we are just pure ***** :)
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]That is some Whitsun.[/p][/quote]I'm sorry but that was the best pun I have ever read. (well that and the old 'she asked for a double entendre...')[/p][/quote]He is good isn't he :)[/p][/quote]But that's why he is a Lord and we are just pure ***** :) retry69
  • Score: -4

12:06pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Futurekix wrote:
Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.
to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.

'every day'?

'every day'? Hey that really makes me think you aren't just makinjg this up to suit your agenda...........
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.[/p][/quote]to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls. 'every day'? 'every day'? Hey that really makes me think you aren't just makinjg this up to suit your agenda........... scrumpyjack
  • Score: 14

12:10pm Fri 15 Aug 14

John T says...

Lord Spring wrote:
When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop.

It was called Kennedys.
And now, you get nuts and tools next door!
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop. It was called Kennedys.[/p][/quote]And now, you get nuts and tools next door! John T
  • Score: 7

12:12pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

John T wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop.

It was called Kennedys.
And now, you get nuts and tools next door!
Now this is better,more interesting and educational than the article itself,which is how it should be,keep those comments coming.
[quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: When I was an apprentice many years ago I was sent there for screws next door to this shop. It was called Kennedys.[/p][/quote]And now, you get nuts and tools next door![/p][/quote]Now this is better,more interesting and educational than the article itself,which is how it should be,keep those comments coming. retry69
  • Score: 7

12:16pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Futurekix wrote:
Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new.
'no rights to borders'

'can't tell other people where to go'

Yes you really are living in the real world.

What about alll the Middle East refugees, and the terriosts, the fanatical jihadists wanting us to accept a ancient and butal version of the Koran and have a 'muslim state', the people trafficers moving people as commodities in all types of slavery, the drug dealers, the gun runners, the criminals escaping justice in their homeland, the eccomic migrants who are used to criminality and violence as a way of life, the sick and infected people from a lot of third world countries?

The list could carry on and on and without borders or the right to objective to the movement of people we would end with a Mad Max type world.

Still, lets all give each other some flowers eh?
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Or you could argue that there is nothing wrong with multiple cultures living together and that people are just getting upset because they have been brought up to think that its wrong. this planet does not belong to us, we just live here and we do not have the right to make borders and tell other humans where they can or cannot go. This is all about money pure and simple and the fact that the so called leaders have **** the worlds finances up so badly that they are reverting to old style politics to deal with it because they do not have the metal capacity to come up with someting new.[/p][/quote]'no rights to borders' 'can't tell other people where to go' Yes you really are living in the real world. What about alll the Middle East refugees, and the terriosts, the fanatical jihadists wanting us to accept a ancient and butal version of the Koran and have a 'muslim state', the people trafficers moving people as commodities in all types of slavery, the drug dealers, the gun runners, the criminals escaping justice in their homeland, the eccomic migrants who are used to criminality and violence as a way of life, the sick and infected people from a lot of third world countries? The list could carry on and on and without borders or the right to objective to the movement of people we would end with a Mad Max type world. Still, lets all give each other some flowers eh? scrumpyjack
  • Score: 19

12:18pm Fri 15 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph

obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
Actually NO, very few if any UKIP people made any inappropriate comments during the last election campaign. Most of those comments attributed to a handful dated back years and to a time when those concerned were members of completely different political Parties- many in elected office as Conservatives.

The 'establishment' press just dug up any nasty historic utterings they could find from a new UKIP candidate, conveniently forgot the time frame and attributed it to the wrong Party. To it's credit UKIP dealt with these people decisively and speedily and disenfranchised them, a process notably lacking in most other political circles.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]Actually NO, very few if any UKIP people made any inappropriate comments during the last election campaign. Most of those comments attributed to a handful dated back years and to a time when those concerned were members of completely different political Parties- many in elected office as Conservatives. The 'establishment' press just dug up any nasty historic utterings they could find from a new UKIP candidate, conveniently forgot the time frame and attributed it to the wrong Party. To it's credit UKIP dealt with these people decisively and speedily and disenfranchised them, a process notably lacking in most other political circles. muscliffman
  • Score: 14

12:20pm Fri 15 Aug 14

ekimnoslen says...

Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
Vociferous minority groups such as this bunch only believe in freedom of speech when you are in agreement with their views as is often the case in the UK these days. In many cases disagreement with some of these bigots can lead to threats of violence.
Freedom of speech............a figment of the imagination in modern Britain.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]Vociferous minority groups such as this bunch only believe in freedom of speech when you are in agreement with their views as is often the case in the UK these days. In many cases disagreement with some of these bigots can lead to threats of violence. Freedom of speech............a figment of the imagination in modern Britain. ekimnoslen
  • Score: 19

12:26pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

Franks Tank wrote:
Victor_Meldrew_Lives

!
wrote:
The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!!
Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?
Only around 20% of the "territory" is developed and approx. 40% of what's left is country park.
There's plenty of open space in Honkers if you step outside the built up bits.
Granted, the bits that are built up are pretty rammed though.
Maybe Frank but who is going to pay for it?

A mile of new motorway costs on average £30m, according to the Highways Agency

(and much, much more for a lot of it - tunnels, bridges)

From the BBC:

'the M74 extension is about to open in Glasgow at a cost of £692m, which works out at £138.4m per mile or £78,000 a yard (£86,500 a metre).'

Then you have to put in sewage, water, electricity, schools, doctors, police, councils, house building, shops etc

We're pretty broke as a country and to take on development on a significant scale would cost hundreds of billions that we just don't have.
[quote][p][bold]Franks Tank[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Victor_Meldrew_Lives ![/bold] wrote: The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!! Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?[/p][/quote]Only around 20% of the "territory" is developed and approx. 40% of what's left is country park. There's plenty of open space in Honkers if you step outside the built up bits. Granted, the bits that are built up are pretty rammed though.[/p][/quote]Maybe Frank but who is going to pay for it? A mile of new motorway costs on average £30m, according to the Highways Agency (and much, much more for a lot of it - tunnels, bridges) From the BBC: 'the M74 extension is about to open in Glasgow at a cost of £692m, which works out at £138.4m per mile or £78,000 a yard (£86,500 a metre).' Then you have to put in sewage, water, electricity, schools, doctors, police, councils, house building, shops etc We're pretty broke as a country and to take on development on a significant scale would cost hundreds of billions that we just don't have. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 6

12:32pm Fri 15 Aug 14

sunny1966 says...

Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys
Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys sunny1966
  • Score: 1

12:35pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

sunny1966 wrote:
Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys
That's not very nice.

You just prove their point talking like that. (And I thought they didn't have one),
[quote][p][bold]sunny1966[/bold] wrote: Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys[/p][/quote]That's not very nice. You just prove their point talking like that. (And I thought they didn't have one), scrumpyjack
  • Score: 2

12:46pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

retry69 wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph



obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally
Maybe you said something that I thought was rather stupid one day, don't worry I am sure I have done the same in the past ;)
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally[/p][/quote]Maybe you said something that I thought was rather stupid one day, don't worry I am sure I have done the same in the past ;) Marty Caine
  • Score: 7

12:49pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

Marty Caine wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph




obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally
Maybe you said something that I thought was rather stupid one day, don't worry I am sure I have done the same in the past ;)
Oh Yes lol :)
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]Well said. Mr.Caine I must say I'm warming towards you even though for some inexplicable reason you called me stupid one day,but I am still standing by my motto,"use your vote wisely,DONT" that will solve all our problems locally if not nationally[/p][/quote]Maybe you said something that I thought was rather stupid one day, don't worry I am sure I have done the same in the past ;)[/p][/quote]Oh Yes lol :) retry69
  • Score: 0

12:51pm Fri 15 Aug 14

lilacfloyd says...

Looking at Thorlak Gudrod Hallett's facebook he seems a charming young man. Here are a couple of his posts:-

"I dont give a f*ck, everyone is entitled to an opinion and my opinion is that most of UKIP are a bunch or whiney old c**ts"

"I knew cliff richard would be next"
"its all to do with this, dirty f**king peado b*stards, string them up by the scroat hairs"

I think he is being slightly libelous there, by presuming he is guilty despite not being charged by the police.
Looking at Thorlak Gudrod Hallett's facebook he seems a charming young man. Here are a couple of his posts:- "I dont give a f*ck, everyone is entitled to an opinion and my opinion is that most of UKIP are a bunch or whiney old c**ts" "I knew cliff richard would be next" "its all to do with this, dirty f**king peado b*stards, string them up by the scroat hairs" I think he is being slightly libelous there, by presuming he is guilty despite not being charged by the police. lilacfloyd
  • Score: 35

12:54pm Fri 15 Aug 14

rozmister says...

muscliffman wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph


obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
Actually NO, very few if any UKIP people made any inappropriate comments during the last election campaign. Most of those comments attributed to a handful dated back years and to a time when those concerned were members of completely different political Parties- many in elected office as Conservatives.

The 'establishment' press just dug up any nasty historic utterings they could find from a new UKIP candidate, conveniently forgot the time frame and attributed it to the wrong Party. To it's credit UKIP dealt with these people decisively and speedily and disenfranchised them, a process notably lacking in most other political circles.
As I stated they made or HAD made comments, it doesn't matter which party they belonged to at the time before UKIP put them up to run in the European election they should have done proper social media checks. Most employers run social media checks on staff before employing them & their staff aren't going to represent their organisation on a national high profile platform or represent the local population.

I wouldn't want to trust running the country to a party who aren't capable of vetting their candidates properly beforehand. There isn't a place in any party or politics as a whole for people who hold those kind of views and proper vetting would weed them out & give me a lot more respect and faith in UKIP. UKIP markets itself as the alternative to the 3 main parties but they make exactly the same mistakes and harbour the same bigots.
[quote][p][bold]muscliffman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]Actually NO, very few if any UKIP people made any inappropriate comments during the last election campaign. Most of those comments attributed to a handful dated back years and to a time when those concerned were members of completely different political Parties- many in elected office as Conservatives. The 'establishment' press just dug up any nasty historic utterings they could find from a new UKIP candidate, conveniently forgot the time frame and attributed it to the wrong Party. To it's credit UKIP dealt with these people decisively and speedily and disenfranchised them, a process notably lacking in most other political circles.[/p][/quote]As I stated they made or HAD made comments, it doesn't matter which party they belonged to at the time before UKIP put them up to run in the European election they should have done proper social media checks. Most employers run social media checks on staff before employing them & their staff aren't going to represent their organisation on a national high profile platform or represent the local population. I wouldn't want to trust running the country to a party who aren't capable of vetting their candidates properly beforehand. There isn't a place in any party or politics as a whole for people who hold those kind of views and proper vetting would weed them out & give me a lot more respect and faith in UKIP. UKIP markets itself as the alternative to the 3 main parties but they make exactly the same mistakes and harbour the same bigots. rozmister
  • Score: -22

12:57pm Fri 15 Aug 14

muscliffman says...

sunny1966 wrote:
Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys
Nice one, the Tory Daily Wail will pick up that sort of comment 'decide' you are a senior UKIP member/candidate and headline it - that's exactly how the UKIP smears are being created by the establishment tamed media - and folk like these 'protesting' fools will naturally believe it.
[quote][p][bold]sunny1966[/bold] wrote: Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys[/p][/quote]Nice one, the Tory Daily Wail will pick up that sort of comment 'decide' you are a senior UKIP member/candidate and headline it - that's exactly how the UKIP smears are being created by the establishment tamed media - and folk like these 'protesting' fools will naturally believe it. muscliffman
  • Score: 7

1:06pm Fri 15 Aug 14

DickP says...

Oh dear, don't things get personal very quickly. UKIP are as entitled to run their shop as anyone else who willing to abide by the laws and pay the costs associated with it. I won't vote for them but many do and they are also entitled so to do. It is called 'democracy'.

Oh, by the way, we ARE a part of Europe both politically and geographically and have been for years so please, everyone, do try to get over it and move on.
Oh dear, don't things get personal very quickly. UKIP are as entitled to run their shop as anyone else who willing to abide by the laws and pay the costs associated with it. I won't vote for them but many do and they are also entitled so to do. It is called 'democracy'. Oh, by the way, we ARE a part of Europe both politically and geographically and have been for years so please, everyone, do try to get over it and move on. DickP
  • Score: 17

1:19pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Yankee1 says...

'Former' is the substantive word in this story.

It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough.
'Former' is the substantive word in this story. It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough. Yankee1
  • Score: -15

1:22pm Fri 15 Aug 14

rdemeath says...

I took a straw poll of many of my gay friends here in one of the gay bars in Bournemouth. Not one of them has heard of this 'protest' and certainly none are interested in demonstrating against the opening of this office.
Methinks someone on the opposition side is making mischief!
I took a straw poll of many of my gay friends here in one of the gay bars in Bournemouth. Not one of them has heard of this 'protest' and certainly none are interested in demonstrating against the opening of this office. Methinks someone on the opposition side is making mischief! rdemeath
  • Score: 24

1:37pm Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

retry69 wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
Not many seem to agree with you.
How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]Not many seem to agree with you. How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother. penhalereturns
  • Score: -15

1:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
penhalereturns wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
And where have you returned from or may we guess :)
If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]And where have you returned from or may we guess :)[/p][/quote]If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question. penhalereturns
  • Score: -10

1:44pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

penhalereturns wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
And where have you returned from or may we guess :)
If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.
I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why.
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]And where have you returned from or may we guess :)[/p][/quote]If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.[/p][/quote]I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why. retry69
  • Score: 2

1:59pm Fri 15 Aug 14

jlawford79 says...

Neal Butterworth would not have let this story happen.
Neal Butterworth would not have let this story happen. jlawford79
  • Score: 9

2:02pm Fri 15 Aug 14

agp1337 says...

Peggy Babcock wrote:
What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism.
Correct. Or do we leave this building closed for years?
[quote][p][bold]Peggy Babcock[/bold] wrote: What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism.[/p][/quote]Correct. Or do we leave this building closed for years? agp1337
  • Score: 9

2:07pm Fri 15 Aug 14

John T says...

Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph


obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
To The P*** Artist Formerly Known As Marty Caine UKIP

With friends like you, and Neil and Christine Hamilton, who needs all the enemies there are in the World?!
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]To The P*** Artist Formerly Known As Marty Caine UKIP With friends like you, and Neil and Christine Hamilton, who needs all the enemies there are in the World?! John T
  • Score: -12

2:14pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Hurn08 says...

I see the Echo have now deleted Futurekix's (aka Thorlak Gudrod Hallett) highly offensive, bigoted and racist swear-athon rant against English people.

Interesting that a bigoted racist is going to protest against a political party he thinks is bigoted and racist.

Go figure!
I see the Echo have now deleted Futurekix's (aka Thorlak Gudrod Hallett) highly offensive, bigoted and racist swear-athon rant against English people. Interesting that a bigoted racist is going to protest against a political party he thinks is bigoted and racist. Go figure! Hurn08
  • Score: 37

2:15pm Fri 15 Aug 14

mooninpisces says...

Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office? mooninpisces
  • Score: -22

2:21pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Brock_and_Roll says...

I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc) Brock_and_Roll
  • Score: 4

2:22pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

jlawford79 wrote:
Neal Butterworth would not have let this story happen.
So right and among all the name calling and unpleasantness in the comments yours stands out as a breath of fresh air.A lovely man and much missed :)
[quote][p][bold]jlawford79[/bold] wrote: Neal Butterworth would not have let this story happen.[/p][/quote]So right and among all the name calling and unpleasantness in the comments yours stands out as a breath of fresh air.A lovely man and much missed :) retry69
  • Score: 15

2:28pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
Not many seem to agree with you.
How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother.
Calling people a waste of space is not child like and commenting on the story in hand,is it ? Delusional,selective memory what is it with you ?
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]Not many seem to agree with you. How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother.[/p][/quote]Calling people a waste of space is not child like and commenting on the story in hand,is it ? Delusional,selective memory what is it with you ? retry69
  • Score: 1

2:30pm Fri 15 Aug 14

John T says...

mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
[quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work. John T
  • Score: -13

2:36pm Fri 15 Aug 14

penhalereturns says...

retry69 wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
And where have you returned from or may we guess :)
If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.
I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why.
You really are and argumentative **** aren't you, perhaps you had a sad upbringing in earlier years, mistreated as a child or bullied at school, never mind though, when you grow up and enhance the dormant organ in your head otherwise know as the brain you may have a different outlook on life and talk some sense instead of the ancient long forgotten gibberish you normally spout, retry is an apt name, keep retrying and one day you may get it right, practice makes perfect, you'll get there one day.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]And where have you returned from or may we guess :)[/p][/quote]If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.[/p][/quote]I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why.[/p][/quote]You really are and argumentative **** aren't you, perhaps you had a sad upbringing in earlier years, mistreated as a child or bullied at school, never mind though, when you grow up and enhance the dormant organ in your head otherwise know as the brain you may have a different outlook on life and talk some sense instead of the ancient long forgotten gibberish you normally spout, retry is an apt name, keep retrying and one day you may get it right, practice makes perfect, you'll get there one day. penhalereturns
  • Score: -12

2:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
Not many seem to agree with you.
How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother.
Calling people a waste of space is not child like and commenting on the story in hand,is it ? Delusional,selective memory what is it with you ?
Obviously delusional
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]Not many seem to agree with you. How you arrive at that decision is beyond me as I have commented on the story in hand and not posted stupid child like comments such as yourself, if you have nothing constructive to say don't bother.[/p][/quote]Calling people a waste of space is not child like and commenting on the story in hand,is it ? Delusional,selective memory what is it with you ?[/p][/quote]Obviously delusional retry69
  • Score: -2

2:43pm Fri 15 Aug 14

retry69 says...

penhalereturns wrote:
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Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)
People like you really are a waste of space.
Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.
And where have you returned from or may we guess :)
If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.
I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why.
You really are and argumentative **** aren't you, perhaps you had a sad upbringing in earlier years, mistreated as a child or bullied at school, never mind though, when you grow up and enhance the dormant organ in your head otherwise know as the brain you may have a different outlook on life and talk some sense instead of the ancient long forgotten gibberish you normally spout, retry is an apt name, keep retrying and one day you may get it right, practice makes perfect, you'll get there one day.
Definitely delusional
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: 🎼🎵🎶🎼🎵 🎼🎵🎶🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎼🎶🎼 🎵🎶🎼🎵🎶 🎵🎶🎵🎶🎼 🎶🎤. Just a short musical interlude between the political rubbish already spouted and what is predictably to follow. I return you to your comments.I thank you :)[/p][/quote]People like you really are a waste of space.[/p][/quote]Apologies, just read your previous posts you are obviously a political troll-ble maker.[/p][/quote]And where have you returned from or may we guess :)[/p][/quote]If you were on here 2 years ago you could answer your own question.[/p][/quote]I was and I can't but I can understand perhaps why.[/p][/quote]You really are and argumentative **** aren't you, perhaps you had a sad upbringing in earlier years, mistreated as a child or bullied at school, never mind though, when you grow up and enhance the dormant organ in your head otherwise know as the brain you may have a different outlook on life and talk some sense instead of the ancient long forgotten gibberish you normally spout, retry is an apt name, keep retrying and one day you may get it right, practice makes perfect, you'll get there one day.[/p][/quote]Definitely delusional retry69
  • Score: -11

2:47pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Rustynails says...

It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough.

UKIPs Shop in Lower Parkstone has been in existence for at least a Year, its still going strong.. Theres a lot more UKIP supporters than you may think !!!
It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough. UKIPs Shop in Lower Parkstone has been in existence for at least a Year, its still going strong.. Theres a lot more UKIP supporters than you may think !!! Rustynails
  • Score: 20

2:49pm Fri 15 Aug 14

rozmister says...

Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph


obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
Do you actually know much about local government or is it just UKIP you read up on? My reference to Green Party was to their majority in local government in Brighton hence I put 'you need to look at the green party in Brighton' - they were an outsider who took power unexpectedly and they've made an absolute pigs ear of it. In the same way if UKIP gained actual power of a local government or parliament I think they would be ill-equipped to cope with the responsibilities it entails, they can't even manage their own candidates.

I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience and continue with my successful career first. Give it 15 years though and I'll be running and if you're still around I'll say hello!
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]Do you actually know much about local government or is it just UKIP you read up on? My reference to Green Party was to their majority in local government in Brighton hence I put 'you need to look at the green party in Brighton' - they were an outsider who took power unexpectedly and they've made an absolute pigs ear of it. In the same way if UKIP gained actual power of a local government or parliament I think they would be ill-equipped to cope with the responsibilities it entails, they can't even manage their own candidates. I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience and continue with my successful career first. Give it 15 years though and I'll be running and if you're still around I'll say hello! rozmister
  • Score: -29

2:53pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Wackerone says...

Futurekix wrote:
Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.
Stupid names, horlak or thorlak and Gudrod, what's that all about. Sounds like a Norse Stallion.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.[/p][/quote]Stupid names, horlak or thorlak and Gudrod, what's that all about. Sounds like a Norse Stallion. Wackerone
  • Score: 20

3:05pm Fri 15 Aug 14

michael mead says...

Their is pokes down boscombe an their is more down winton.
Their is pokes down boscombe an their is more down winton. michael mead
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3:14pm Fri 15 Aug 14

jsdorset says...

So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you! jsdorset
  • Score: 29

3:36pm Fri 15 Aug 14

rozmister says...

jsdorset wrote:
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history.

The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system.

Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.
[quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you![/p][/quote]You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history. The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system. Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth. rozmister
  • Score: -21

3:38pm Fri 15 Aug 14

BoscVegas says...

Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
1.UK out of EU
2. ????
3. Profit.
[quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]1.UK out of EU 2. ???? 3. Profit. BoscVegas
  • Score: 0

3:38pm Fri 15 Aug 14

pete woodley says...

Thanks jsdorset, i enjoyed your comments.
Thanks jsdorset, i enjoyed your comments. pete woodley
  • Score: 1

3:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
[quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 7

3:54pm Fri 15 Aug 14

BoscVegas says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking.

although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession[/p][/quote]actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking. although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you. BoscVegas
  • Score: -6

4:12pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
rozmister wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph



obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.
The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers.

I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves.

If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.
Do you actually know much about local government or is it just UKIP you read up on? My reference to Green Party was to their majority in local government in Brighton hence I put 'you need to look at the green party in Brighton' - they were an outsider who took power unexpectedly and they've made an absolute pigs ear of it. In the same way if UKIP gained actual power of a local government or parliament I think they would be ill-equipped to cope with the responsibilities it entails, they can't even manage their own candidates.

I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience and continue with my successful career first. Give it 15 years though and I'll be running and if you're still around I'll say hello!
I guess you missed the part where I said I will be standing against UKIP locally then. Hopefully I will still be around in 15 years to see if you have acquired the ability to read and understand.

As for UKIP making a pigs ear of things maybe if you compare Brighton to Ramsey councils you will see how far off the mark you are in your comment.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]In the last european election numerous UKIP candidates made or had made inappropriate comments on social media channels that were sexist/racist/homoph obic. Whilst this may not be in line with UKIP's official membership guidelines it's pretty concerning that these candidates were put up for the election without a basic robust vetting procedure taking place. If I agreed with UKIPs policies, which I don't, I'd still be worried about voting for them in the general election. If they can't get the basics right & their own house in order how would they ever manage to run the country? You just need to look at the green party in Brighton to see what happens when a party gains power without the capacity to manage it.[/p][/quote]The Green party didn't gain power,they got one MP and she got herself arrested recently for protesting. Most of the 24 MEPs who got elected I know personally and I can assure you that they are far from being the racists, homophobes, etc that you try to make them out to be. Have you never heard the saying that you should not believe all you read in the papers. I find it quite sad just how easily lead some people can be and how eager they are to wave their flags of self righteousness without really thinking about it for themselves. If you want to stand up against UKIP then grow some and stand as a candidate either for another party or as an independent, like I will be doing. This is how democracy is supposed to work, not stupid protest marches intent on stifling others freedom.[/p][/quote]Do you actually know much about local government or is it just UKIP you read up on? My reference to Green Party was to their majority in local government in Brighton hence I put 'you need to look at the green party in Brighton' - they were an outsider who took power unexpectedly and they've made an absolute pigs ear of it. In the same way if UKIP gained actual power of a local government or parliament I think they would be ill-equipped to cope with the responsibilities it entails, they can't even manage their own candidates. I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience and continue with my successful career first. Give it 15 years though and I'll be running and if you're still around I'll say hello![/p][/quote]I guess you missed the part where I said I will be standing against UKIP locally then. Hopefully I will still be around in 15 years to see if you have acquired the ability to read and understand. As for UKIP making a pigs ear of things maybe if you compare Brighton to Ramsey councils you will see how far off the mark you are in your comment. Marty Caine
  • Score: -2

4:17pm Fri 15 Aug 14

yet_another_one says...

It's pathetic, why do we pay so much attention to politics & politicians - ALL are a bunch of wasters.

I wouldn't cross the road.
It's pathetic, why do we pay so much attention to politics & politicians - ALL are a bunch of wasters. I wouldn't cross the road. yet_another_one
  • Score: 2

4:26pm Fri 15 Aug 14

jsdorset says...

rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history.

The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system.

Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.
Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience

As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa.

Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise.
You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years.

You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself.
We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer.

So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you![/p][/quote]You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history. The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system. Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.[/p][/quote]Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa. Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise. You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years. You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself. We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer. So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience. jsdorset
  • Score: 20

4:37pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
That Roger Helmer is a lovely bloke. This is one of his well known quotes ' “Homophobia” is merely a propaganda device designed to denigrate and stigmatise those holding conventional opinions, which have been held by most people through most of recorded history.' from http://tinyurl.com/m
zgdny. Yet some people are so dumb they vote for him, his colleagues and the party. There's no hope, as it shows what a complete mess the other parties have made and are making of this wonderful country.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]That Roger Helmer is a lovely bloke. This is one of his well known quotes ' “Homophobia” is merely a propaganda device designed to denigrate and stigmatise those holding conventional opinions, which have been held by most people through most of recorded history.' from http://tinyurl.com/m zgdny. Yet some people are so dumb they vote for him, his colleagues and the party. There's no hope, as it shows what a complete mess the other parties have made and are making of this wonderful country. breamoreboy
  • Score: -11

4:44pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Lucky Lucretia wrote:
This was published in the national press on 18 March 2014:

FARAGE WILL FIGHT ELECTION AS A SUPPORTER OF GAY MARRIAGE

Ukip is to drop its opposition to gay marriage, party leader Nigel Farage revealed today.

The move risks angering disaffected Tories who switched to Ukip after same sex weddings were legalised by the coalition, but Mr Farage insisted: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody.’

He said that as part of a review of Ukip’s manifesto, which he has dismissed as ‘drivel’, he would not campaign for gay weddings to be banned.

Mr Farage has now insisted that he would fight the next election as a supporter of gay marriage.

He made the remarks while taking part in a Q&A with PinkNews. Asked by a reader if UKIP would seek to abolish the marriages of gay and lesbian couples entered into after 29 March 2014 in its 2015 manifesto, Mr Farage simply replied: ‘No.’

Mr Farage said he hoped the party would continue to more lesbian, gay and transgender supporters: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody, whatever group or community they come from, unless they have openly and evidently unpalatable views.
In plain English, say anything to buy votes, the dumbos will fall for it hook, line and sinker.
[quote][p][bold]Lucky Lucretia[/bold] wrote: This was published in the national press on 18 March 2014: FARAGE WILL FIGHT ELECTION AS A SUPPORTER OF GAY MARRIAGE Ukip is to drop its opposition to gay marriage, party leader Nigel Farage revealed today. The move risks angering disaffected Tories who switched to Ukip after same sex weddings were legalised by the coalition, but Mr Farage insisted: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody.’ He said that as part of a review of Ukip’s manifesto, which he has dismissed as ‘drivel’, he would not campaign for gay weddings to be banned. Mr Farage has now insisted that he would fight the next election as a supporter of gay marriage. He made the remarks while taking part in a Q&A with PinkNews. Asked by a reader if UKIP would seek to abolish the marriages of gay and lesbian couples entered into after 29 March 2014 in its 2015 manifesto, Mr Farage simply replied: ‘No.’ Mr Farage said he hoped the party would continue to more lesbian, gay and transgender supporters: ‘We have absolutely no problem with anybody, whatever group or community they come from, unless they have openly and evidently unpalatable views.[/p][/quote]In plain English, say anything to buy votes, the dumbos will fall for it hook, line and sinker. breamoreboy
  • Score: -9

4:44pm Fri 15 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Can't think of a better way way to highlight free speech than plant a bunch of pansies out side on open day .,Would have done better yo pitch up outside the travellers pitch
Can't think of a better way way to highlight free speech than plant a bunch of pansies out side on open day .,Would have done better yo pitch up outside the travellers pitch S,Bowes
  • Score: -2

4:51pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Futurekix wrote:
If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?
Please don't try confusing any issue here with facts, that's completely unacceptable. Rumour, gossip,innuendo, and that's just the Echo's reporting, the readers are worse.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: If the UK is overcrowded as some of you are so frequently claiming how come the statistic for long term empty homes last year was 300,000 with an average of 845,000 empty homes at any given time?[/p][/quote]Please don't try confusing any issue here with facts, that's completely unacceptable. Rumour, gossip,innuendo, and that's just the Echo's reporting, the readers are worse. breamoreboy
  • Score: -9

5:11pm Fri 15 Aug 14

lilacfloyd says...

Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
[quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand. lilacfloyd
  • Score: 16

5:15pm Fri 15 Aug 14

agp1337 says...

Peggy Babcock wrote:
What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism.
Well said, though I'm no UKIP voter. Is the solution just to leave 'shops' like this empty forever more?
[quote][p][bold]Peggy Babcock[/bold] wrote: What the hell has the fact the building was a former brothel got to do with this story? Shoddy journalism.[/p][/quote]Well said, though I'm no UKIP voter. Is the solution just to leave 'shops' like this empty forever more? agp1337
  • Score: 6

5:24pm Fri 15 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

BoscVegas wrote:
bobthedestroyer wrote:
John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking.

although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.
Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?
[quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession[/p][/quote]actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking. although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.[/p][/quote]Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch? bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 0

5:28pm Fri 15 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
bobthedestroyer wrote:
John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking.

although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.
Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?
And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession[/p][/quote]actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking. although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.[/p][/quote]Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?[/p][/quote]And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 5

5:28pm Fri 15 Aug 14

bobthedestroyer says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
bobthedestroyer wrote:
John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking.

although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.
Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?
And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession[/p][/quote]actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking. although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.[/p][/quote]Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?[/p][/quote]And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator bobthedestroyer
  • Score: 2

5:37pm Fri 15 Aug 14

John T says...

Wackerone wrote:
Futurekix wrote:
Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.
Stupid names, horlak or thorlak and Gudrod, what's that all about. Sounds like a Norse Stallion.
The words pot, kettle, black, spring to mind.
Wackerone sounds like a policy advocated by UKIP MEP, Godfrey Bloom!
[quote][p][bold]Wackerone[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.[/p][/quote]Stupid names, horlak or thorlak and Gudrod, what's that all about. Sounds like a Norse Stallion.[/p][/quote]The words pot, kettle, black, spring to mind. Wackerone sounds like a policy advocated by UKIP MEP, Godfrey Bloom! John T
  • Score: -8

6:22pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

penhalereturns wrote:
trolley wrote:
too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views.
ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people.
you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.
Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies.
If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision.
UKIP haven't started a War?

I've never given the Public Sector a payrise but like UKIP I have never had the option to.....
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views. ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people. you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.[/p][/quote]Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies. If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision.[/p][/quote]UKIP haven't started a War? I've never given the Public Sector a payrise but like UKIP I have never had the option to..... scrumpyjack
  • Score: 0

6:38pm Fri 15 Aug 14

old duffa says...

im voting for them,
beacause i want to
is that ok
im voting for them, beacause i want to is that ok old duffa
  • Score: 8

6:41pm Fri 15 Aug 14

scrumpyjack says...

bobthedestroyer wrote:
bobthedestroyer wrote:
BoscVegas wrote:
bobthedestroyer wrote:
John T wrote:
mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.
Labour led us into the recession
actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking.

although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.
Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?
And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator
Spot on.
[quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BoscVegas[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bobthedestroyer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]John T[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Or, indeed, why that same Party has as its Leader an ex-Banker who epitomizes all who led the country into its deepest recession for 90 years, laughingly claims to represent the British working-class and quite happily pockets millions of pounds in expenses and allowances from the European Parliament, when he frequently refuses to turn up for work.[/p][/quote]Labour led us into the recession[/p][/quote]actually the origins of the financial crisis can be traced back to the deregulation of banks in 1986 which enabled what is now called casino banking. although you're right, labour were in power when the proverbial hit the fan. gold star for you.[/p][/quote]Ah didn't know that I was too young :-) That would have been Maggies watch?[/p][/quote]And of course are lovely US bankers and their hedge funds that really kicked off this recession. If anything the FSA were completely useless as a regulator[/p][/quote]Spot on. scrumpyjack
  • Score: 1

6:48pm Fri 15 Aug 14

stevobath says...

Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
Does that include 'Kingston 'Kingo' Ward' with underhand threats?

I quote....'..If any UKIP ars**ole so much as flinches raises their voice, swears or does anything for that matter, there will be a war! As for this complete & utter dimwit up here, I'll bring the coffee my friend, you bring your jaw.'

I take this as underhand threats of violence.

This seems to be in response to a Facebook message from a UKIP member/supporter. It's all on the Facebook page 'Welcoming Party for UKIP Bournemouth East' , which seems to be an ego trip for someone who calls himself 'Thurlok Gudrod Hallett' who is upset the ECHO has called him 'Horlak' although it seems he has two names? (Scott Jamie Hallett) too according to his Facebook page? although I may be wrong.

Also seems happy as he's become 'famous' because of the ECHO?

I'm not a UKIP supporter but I find the tone of some of the supporters of this Anti UKIP protest hypocritical with regards to 'Non violence'. There are also people alluding to throwing eggs & 'painting UKIP's windows'...Very peaceful.

Well done ECHO for removing 'THORLAK'S' bigoted rants. the same guy who's going to 'protest' against.....bigots & racists!
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]Does that include 'Kingston 'Kingo' Ward' with underhand threats? I quote....'..If any UKIP ars**ole so much as flinches raises their voice, swears or does anything for that matter, there will be a war! As for this complete & utter dimwit up here, I'll bring the coffee my friend, you bring your jaw.' I take this as underhand threats of violence. This seems to be in response to a Facebook message from a UKIP member/supporter. It's all on the Facebook page 'Welcoming Party for UKIP Bournemouth East' , which seems to be an ego trip for someone who calls himself 'Thurlok Gudrod Hallett' who is upset the ECHO has called him 'Horlak' although it seems he has two names? (Scott Jamie Hallett) too according to his Facebook page? although I may be wrong. Also seems happy as he's become 'famous' because of the ECHO? I'm not a UKIP supporter but I find the tone of some of the supporters of this Anti UKIP protest hypocritical with regards to 'Non violence'. There are also people alluding to throwing eggs & 'painting UKIP's windows'...Very peaceful. Well done ECHO for removing 'THORLAK'S' bigoted rants. the same guy who's going to 'protest' against.....bigots & racists! stevobath
  • Score: 12

6:56pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

Rustynails wrote:
It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough.

UKIPs Shop in Lower Parkstone has been in existence for at least a Year, its still going strong.. Theres a lot more UKIP supporters than you may think !!!
Lets stick to facts here, the UKIP shop in Bournemouth Road has only been there a few months and the shop owner David Darling has managed to split the UKIP Poole & Mid Dorset branch in two, surprisingly enough (not) he is now the chairman of UKIP Poole. Due to him and others that have not been in the party for more than five minutes, UKIP are losing a lot of support in Poole.
[quote][p][bold]Rustynails[/bold] wrote: It will soon apply to the status of UKIP as a viable party. Its choice of location seems apt. I hope they have a six month tenancy. It will be enough. UKIPs Shop in Lower Parkstone has been in existence for at least a Year, its still going strong.. Theres a lot more UKIP supporters than you may think !!![/p][/quote]Lets stick to facts here, the UKIP shop in Bournemouth Road has only been there a few months and the shop owner David Darling has managed to split the UKIP Poole & Mid Dorset branch in two, surprisingly enough (not) he is now the chairman of UKIP Poole. Due to him and others that have not been in the party for more than five minutes, UKIP are losing a lot of support in Poole. Marty Caine
  • Score: -1

7:44pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

lilacfloyd wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!!
[quote][p][bold]lilacfloyd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.[/p][/quote]Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!! Baysider
  • Score: -26

7:53pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

Nee how wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.
Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?
[quote][p][bold]Nee how[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.[/p][/quote]Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh? Baysider
  • Score: -22

7:58pm Fri 15 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Hard to believe a bit of mince and a bouquet of pansies will sway public opinion,forget the rhetoric vote for what's best for Bournemouth not the Triangle
Hard to believe a bit of mince and a bouquet of pansies will sway public opinion,forget the rhetoric vote for what's best for Bournemouth not the Triangle S,Bowes
  • Score: -1

8:05pm Fri 15 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Baysider wrote:
Nee how wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.
Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?
So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nee how[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.[/p][/quote]Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?[/p][/quote]So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick S,Bowes
  • Score: 4

8:22pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

S,Bowes wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Nee how wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.
Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?
So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick
I'm not the one claiming to be better travelled, educated and all around superior to anyone else am I?
[quote][p][bold]S,Bowes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nee how[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.[/p][/quote]Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?[/p][/quote]So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick[/p][/quote]I'm not the one claiming to be better travelled, educated and all around superior to anyone else am I? Baysider
  • Score: -19

9:16pm Fri 15 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Baysider wrote:
S,Bowes wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Nee how wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.
Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?
So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick
I'm not the one claiming to be better travelled, educated and all around superior to anyone else am I?
No just implying
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]S,Bowes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nee how[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]I am youngish and Taiwanese, as my home country in next to China I know better than you about freedom and national values. I am probably better educated than you and more widely travelled. As a rounded person I have joined UKIP where I have met deep thinking young people. You have a small minded and superficial view.[/p][/quote]Do you know me? If not you have no idea of what life experiences I may have, where I've lived or worked or what level of education I might have. Well since we don't know each other I suggest you keep your stupid, groundless, clichéd opinions to yourself eh?[/p][/quote]So reveal all ,but keep it short.And exercise some respect for the few of us who only did secondary school and went onto red brick[/p][/quote]I'm not the one claiming to be better travelled, educated and all around superior to anyone else am I?[/p][/quote]No just implying S,Bowes
  • Score: 21

9:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

HRH of Boscombe says...

oversee wrote:
No difference...it will still be full of pr..ks.
Well more importantly hopefully they'll have a pair to deal with matters unlike the pocket lining unics in the council giving fallatio to every irish traveler who's faeces they have to clean up.
[quote][p][bold]oversee[/bold] wrote: No difference...it will still be full of pr..ks.[/p][/quote]Well more importantly hopefully they'll have a pair to deal with matters unlike the pocket lining unics in the council giving fallatio to every irish traveler who's faeces they have to clean up. HRH of Boscombe
  • Score: -12

9:58pm Fri 15 Aug 14

ShuttleX says...

Tripod wrote:
Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories...
Since when has the truth ever bothered the Echo?
[quote][p][bold]Tripod[/bold] wrote: Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories...[/p][/quote]Since when has the truth ever bothered the Echo? ShuttleX
  • Score: 10

10:00pm Fri 15 Aug 14

ShuttleX says...

Futurekix wrote:
Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion.

Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.
Hang around the place often did you?
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: Hello this is Thorlak, not Horlak as the echo have so wisely named me. Firstly thanks for the friendly comments. secondly, I did not start this event all I did was say that I was attending and made a few comments. Ive had the echo hassling me for days about this and I chose not to speak to them. I hate the media they are so screwed up its unreal. Much like UKIP who may say they have dropped certain policies but if they manage to get into a strong position you can almost bet the policies will come back just like all the other scumbag political parties they cannot be trusted. People should only attend this so called protest if they want to ask UKIP questions and/or make it know to UKIP that they are not happy with them being there. Everyone is entitled to an opinion. Oh and it wasnt just one rogue employee in that brothel as I used to see the same dirty old sex pests go in there every day sometimes coming out scratching their balls.[/p][/quote]Hang around the place often did you? ShuttleX
  • Score: 5

10:04pm Fri 15 Aug 14

ShuttleX says...

Futurekix wrote:
I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways.
Funny how you start mentioning what you are "entitled" to but on the other hand you feel it is ok to run down people who vote UKIP, something they are "entitled" to do. Two faced seems to come to mind. You hate the press, who you said "twist" things, yet you are happy to use the same press to advertise your "protest" Like I said before, get yourself a job, and stay off Facebook.
[quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways.[/p][/quote]Funny how you start mentioning what you are "entitled" to but on the other hand you feel it is ok to run down people who vote UKIP, something they are "entitled" to do. Two faced seems to come to mind. You hate the press, who you said "twist" things, yet you are happy to use the same press to advertise your "protest" Like I said before, get yourself a job, and stay off Facebook. ShuttleX
  • Score: 13

10:20pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

contric wrote:
perhaps after this protest they will go outside the labour offices and protest about the absolute mess in iraq caused by blair and bush where people including young children are being murdered while blair buys his 10th mansion and then on to the tory offices and complain about the libya situation with lawlessness and murders and a country in crisis since cameron and his mates decided to make it better no not this bunch of idiots lets go to pokesdown and protest about a legal political party who are opening a shop
The biggest protest should be outside of the offices of the Secretary of State for Education if your knowledge of the English (I think it's meant to be English) language is anything to go by.
[quote][p][bold]contric[/bold] wrote: perhaps after this protest they will go outside the labour offices and protest about the absolute mess in iraq caused by blair and bush where people including young children are being murdered while blair buys his 10th mansion and then on to the tory offices and complain about the libya situation with lawlessness and murders and a country in crisis since cameron and his mates decided to make it better no not this bunch of idiots lets go to pokesdown and protest about a legal political party who are opening a shop[/p][/quote]The biggest protest should be outside of the offices of the Secretary of State for Education if your knowledge of the English (I think it's meant to be English) language is anything to go by. breamoreboy
  • Score: -5

10:26pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

simong wrote:
RM wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps.
Those Intending to protest are clearly to stupid to appreciate these points.
Impressive, only two errors in 12 words, Oxford or Cambridge?
[quote][p][bold]simong[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]Freedom of speech means just that - freedom of speech - for everyone, not just the whiny, politically correct Common Purpose crowd. They need to get a life! If anything, their troublemaking is only increasing publicity for UKIP. Nice own goal peeps.[/p][/quote]Those Intending to protest are clearly to stupid to appreciate these points.[/p][/quote]Impressive, only two errors in 12 words, Oxford or Cambridge? breamoreboy
  • Score: -13

10:32pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
Very funny, I just love these tongue-in-cheek comments. Roger Helmer isn't racist, homophobic or sexist? Did Lenny Henry go to a black country or did he stay in the country he was born in? Did gay marriage really cause the heaviest winter rainfall ever? They don't seem to know much about politics, but when it comes to comedy, the United Kingdom Idiots Party are the tops.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]Very funny, I just love these tongue-in-cheek comments. Roger Helmer isn't racist, homophobic or sexist? Did Lenny Henry go to a black country or did he stay in the country he was born in? Did gay marriage really cause the heaviest winter rainfall ever? They don't seem to know much about politics, but when it comes to comedy, the United Kingdom Idiots Party are the tops. breamoreboy
  • Score: -16

10:40pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

scrumpyjack wrote:
sunny1966 wrote:
Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys
That's not very nice.

You just prove their point talking like that. (And I thought they didn't have one),
At least one is infinitely more than zero :-)
[quote][p][bold]scrumpyjack[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sunny1966[/bold] wrote: Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys[/p][/quote]That's not very nice. You just prove their point talking like that. (And I thought they didn't have one),[/p][/quote]At least one is infinitely more than zero :-) breamoreboy
  • Score: -11

10:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

sunny1966 wrote:
Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys
Given the choice between the United Kingdom Idiots Party and the Nine Bob Note Party I shall be voting for the latter. Where and when is their local headquarters opening? Will it be in a former convent?
[quote][p][bold]sunny1966[/bold] wrote: Another group of 9 bob notes feeling threatened by the thought of a decent political group getting in. F....king wasters. Protest you pansys[/p][/quote]Given the choice between the United Kingdom Idiots Party and the Nine Bob Note Party I shall be voting for the latter. Where and when is their local headquarters opening? Will it be in a former convent? breamoreboy
  • Score: -21

10:52pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
I believe that most of their policies are based on this http://www.youtube.c
om/watch?v=_f_p0CgPe
yA
[quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]I believe that most of their policies are based on this http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=_f_p0CgPe yA breamoreboy
  • Score: -18

10:58pm Fri 15 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

yet_another_one wrote:
It's pathetic, why do we pay so much attention to politics & politicians - ALL are a bunch of wasters.

I wouldn't cross the road.
Nail struck firmly on head.
[quote][p][bold]yet_another_one[/bold] wrote: It's pathetic, why do we pay so much attention to politics & politicians - ALL are a bunch of wasters. I wouldn't cross the road.[/p][/quote]Nail struck firmly on head. breamoreboy
  • Score: -15

11:42pm Fri 15 Aug 14

Baysider says...

Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it?
Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it? Baysider
  • Score: 2

12:17am Sat 16 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

Baysider wrote:
Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it?
I'd say it is far most a case of UKIP got a lot of free publicity and they will no doubt get a lot more tomorrow, ironically the majority of UKIP's success has been down to clueless individuals shouting racism etc at people who are far from being that.
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it?[/p][/quote]I'd say it is far most a case of UKIP got a lot of free publicity and they will no doubt get a lot more tomorrow, ironically the majority of UKIP's success has been down to clueless individuals shouting racism etc at people who are far from being that. Marty Caine
  • Score: 10

12:22am Sat 16 Aug 14

rozmister says...

jsdorset wrote:
rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history.

The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system.

Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.
Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience

As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa.

Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise.
You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years.

You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself.
We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer.

So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.
I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries.

I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much.

We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers.

You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me.
[quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you![/p][/quote]You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history. The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system. Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.[/p][/quote]Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa. Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise. You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years. You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself. We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer. So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.[/p][/quote]I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries. I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much. We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers. You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me. rozmister
  • Score: -10

12:47am Sat 16 Aug 14

Marty Caine says...

breamoreboy wrote:
Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Lord Parkstone wrote:
Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?
I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.
You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you.

Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots.

If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.
Very funny, I just love these tongue-in-cheek comments. Roger Helmer isn't racist, homophobic or sexist? Did Lenny Henry go to a black country or did he stay in the country he was born in? Did gay marriage really cause the heaviest winter rainfall ever? They don't seem to know much about politics, but when it comes to comedy, the United Kingdom Idiots Party are the tops.
Is Lenny Henry a race, no he isn't, he is just a washed up comedian who is not getting as many bookings as he wants so decided to play the race card himself, the attack someone made was on him as a person and had nothing to do with racism at all, but hey just like when Bloom mentioned Bongo Bongo land and the MSM shouted racism, there were so many only to happy to start waving their flags of self righteousness without actually thinking about what was being done. How did the term bongo, bongo first come along. There are two types of bongo in africa, one is a drum and the other is an antelope. Which of those do you think got offended ?

My Grandad used to have a saying, "Some people simply do not have the sense they were born with" and that is becoming more apparent every day.

I had a sensible conversation with a member of the Green party not so long back, he was actually amazed how good the chat was considering the image he had planted in his brain about UKIP. I asked him outright, if I was to call someone a **** would that be racist and he said most definitely, so I said if someone was to call me a Brit, would that be racist, he said most definitely not. So I asked well what exactly is the difference really, both terms originally came about because they happen to be the first four letters of the country, nothing else. Political correctness moved the goalposts and the sheeples just followed it willingly.

Isn't it about time we all started putting some real thought into what racism really is before the flag wavers dissolve the term to mean nothing at all? Racism does exist in every political party, I believe it is more rampant in the other parties than it is in UKIP but for some reason, its only UKIP that is having the finger pointed at them, give it some real thought and work out why that is.

I actually quit UKIP but I did not do so because its a racist, homophobic type party, it had far more to do with the fact it was starting to cow down to political correctness and the end result of that is you end up with a party that is simply the same as all the rest. If you are going to be against them then be so for the right reasons not because you have been spoon fed utter nonsense.
[quote][p][bold]breamoreboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Parkstone[/bold] wrote: Freedom of speech seems so one sided in this country now theres always some group or another looking for an excuse to protest. Wonder if they were so keen to protest and give the same sort of "welcome" when the premises was a brothel?[/p][/quote]I wish someone would take away the right to free speech of Godfrey Bloom for starters! It's utterly ridiculous that you have a party, many of who have made outrageously racist, sexist and homophobic remarks complaining when someone organises a peaceful protest to point this out to them.[/p][/quote]You sir are one seriously clueless individual, there is nothing racist, homophobic or sexist about UKIP and those traits in the membership can be seen far more in the other parties. So your comment is somewhat hypocritical at the very least. If you didn't know Godfrey Bloom had his right to free speech taken away a while ago, that was actually a major mistake on UKIP's part, because they are now simply pandering to politically correct fools like you. Now those 100 or so sheeples that are going to protest tomorrow, do they realise they are being taken for complete mugs. They are protesting against a party that is actually trying to do something for them, in favour of the political elite that simply do not give a **** about them. That has to be pure form of stupidity and before any of you go waving your flags of self righteousness calling people homophobic who are not, take a look at @ukiplgbt on Twitter or facebook, in fact take a proper look at the UKIP membership and then you might actually stop yourself from looking like complete idiots. If you are against UKIP for whatever reason then stand against them by putting yourself forward at the election, the ballot box is where you should protest against other political parties and protest with your vote, not by arranging pathetic demonstrations like this which in all truthfulness is nothing short of fascism trying to quell freedom of democracy.[/p][/quote]Very funny, I just love these tongue-in-cheek comments. Roger Helmer isn't racist, homophobic or sexist? Did Lenny Henry go to a black country or did he stay in the country he was born in? Did gay marriage really cause the heaviest winter rainfall ever? They don't seem to know much about politics, but when it comes to comedy, the United Kingdom Idiots Party are the tops.[/p][/quote]Is Lenny Henry a race, no he isn't, he is just a washed up comedian who is not getting as many bookings as he wants so decided to play the race card himself, the attack someone made was on him as a person and had nothing to do with racism at all, but hey just like when Bloom mentioned Bongo Bongo land and the MSM shouted racism, there were so many only to happy to start waving their flags of self righteousness without actually thinking about what was being done. How did the term bongo, bongo first come along. There are two types of bongo in africa, one is a drum and the other is an antelope. Which of those do you think got offended ? My Grandad used to have a saying, "Some people simply do not have the sense they were born with" and that is becoming more apparent every day. I had a sensible conversation with a member of the Green party not so long back, he was actually amazed how good the chat was considering the image he had planted in his brain about UKIP. I asked him outright, if I was to call someone a **** would that be racist and he said most definitely, so I said if someone was to call me a Brit, would that be racist, he said most definitely not. So I asked well what exactly is the difference really, both terms originally came about because they happen to be the first four letters of the country, nothing else. Political correctness moved the goalposts and the sheeples just followed it willingly. Isn't it about time we all started putting some real thought into what racism really is before the flag wavers dissolve the term to mean nothing at all? Racism does exist in every political party, I believe it is more rampant in the other parties than it is in UKIP but for some reason, its only UKIP that is having the finger pointed at them, give it some real thought and work out why that is. I actually quit UKIP but I did not do so because its a racist, homophobic type party, it had far more to do with the fact it was starting to cow down to political correctness and the end result of that is you end up with a party that is simply the same as all the rest. If you are going to be against them then be so for the right reasons not because you have been spoon fed utter nonsense. Marty Caine
  • Score: 9

7:20am Sat 16 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Was the deal ,the council allowed this group the homosexual s to take over the town centre for some bizarre tasteless fesyivalin return for a demonstration against their Main opponents in the next election incidentally lead by a bloke,that rarely dodges a question
Was the deal ,the council allowed this group the homosexual s to take over the town centre for some bizarre tasteless fesyivalin return for a demonstration against their Main opponents in the next election incidentally lead by a bloke,that rarely dodges a question S,Bowes
  • Score: -8

8:28am Sat 16 Aug 14

Ophilum says...

Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Waite till they have there conference in sept then you will know, then the cons/libs/lab can try and say they thought about it first if the past is anything to go by. Vote UKIP.
[quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Waite till they have there conference in sept then you will know, then the cons/libs/lab can try and say they thought about it first if the past is anything to go by. Vote UKIP. Ophilum
  • Score: 10

12:44pm Sat 16 Aug 14

mellydodge says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Brilliant answer.....
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Brilliant answer..... mellydodge
  • Score: -8

12:48pm Sat 16 Aug 14

mellydodge says...

penhalereturns wrote:
trolley wrote:
too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views.
ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people.
you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.
Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies.
If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision.
Because they haven't been in power...doh!
[quote][p][bold]penhalereturns[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]trolley[/bold] wrote: too many examples over the past couple of years of ukip members being white old men with outrageous, homophobic, racist, sexist views. ukip -the party for nasty self interested hateful people. you are wasting your time. too many people think like reasonable fair minded people for you ever to have any influence.[/p][/quote]Tony Blair took us into an illegal war and thousands died on both sides, the Tories and Lib dems have continued that war plus conducted a war on everyone in this country with their austerity measures, UKIP so far have not started any wars and killed no one through their policies. If you believe you are reasonable and fair minded I suggest you rethink that decision.[/p][/quote]Because they haven't been in power...doh! mellydodge
  • Score: -9

3:51pm Sat 16 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

lilacfloyd wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
Who pays for all this and how?
[quote][p][bold]lilacfloyd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.[/p][/quote]Who pays for all this and how? breamoreboy
  • Score: -8

3:57pm Sat 16 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Marty Caine wrote:
Baysider wrote:
Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it?
I'd say it is far most a case of UKIP got a lot of free publicity and they will no doubt get a lot more tomorrow, ironically the majority of UKIP's success has been down to clueless individuals shouting racism etc at people who are far from being that.
Just keep the jokes coming, I really do enjoy a good laugh.

A slight aside, when do the bulk of you supporters get back from their summer holidays? I ask as I'm extremely disappointed that most of the votes against me are only around the -15 mark. I was hoping to wind your idiots up enough to get into triple figures.
[quote][p][bold]Marty Caine[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: Well the Echo certainly got their moneys worth out of UKIP today didn't it?[/p][/quote]I'd say it is far most a case of UKIP got a lot of free publicity and they will no doubt get a lot more tomorrow, ironically the majority of UKIP's success has been down to clueless individuals shouting racism etc at people who are far from being that.[/p][/quote]Just keep the jokes coming, I really do enjoy a good laugh. A slight aside, when do the bulk of you supporters get back from their summer holidays? I ask as I'm extremely disappointed that most of the votes against me are only around the -15 mark. I was hoping to wind your idiots up enough to get into triple figures. breamoreboy
  • Score: -11

4:05pm Sat 16 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Ophilum wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Waite till they have there conference in sept then you will know, then the cons/libs/lab can try and say they thought about it first if the past is anything to go by. Vote UKIP.
Vote for disaster, what a strange idea.

Me, I'm sticking firmly with the "spoil my vote" party. At least they don't waste my time with blatant lies before an election so I know exactly what I'm getting.
[quote][p][bold]Ophilum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Waite till they have there conference in sept then you will know, then the cons/libs/lab can try and say they thought about it first if the past is anything to go by. Vote UKIP.[/p][/quote]Vote for disaster, what a strange idea. Me, I'm sticking firmly with the "spoil my vote" party. At least they don't waste my time with blatant lies before an election so I know exactly what I'm getting. breamoreboy
  • Score: -10

4:14pm Sat 16 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

old duffa wrote:
im voting for them,
beacause i want to
is that ok
Awfully sorry old bean, but what does "beacause" mean? Or are you you yet another of the flaming foreigners who keeps coming over here but can't be bothered to learn our language? Or are you local but hasn't yet worked out that the squiggly red line under "beacause" tells you the word is incorrectly spelt?
[quote][p][bold]old duffa[/bold] wrote: im voting for them, beacause i want to is that ok[/p][/quote]Awfully sorry old bean, but what does "beacause" mean? Or are you you yet another of the flaming foreigners who keeps coming over here but can't be bothered to learn our language? Or are you local but hasn't yet worked out that the squiggly red line under "beacause" tells you the word is incorrectly spelt? breamoreboy
  • Score: -13

4:20pm Sat 16 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

Baysider wrote:
lilacfloyd wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!!
Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think...
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lilacfloyd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.[/p][/quote]Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!![/p][/quote]Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think... breamoreboy
  • Score: -10

5:55pm Sat 16 Aug 14

portia6 says...

Baysider wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)
Ahh...yes the curse of the predictive text thingy. Eastern, I meant of course.
Christmas came early!
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Why just mention Easter ?What about Xmas, and other significant dates in the calendar surely that's some kind of racism you have displayed ? :)[/p][/quote]Ahh...yes the curse of the predictive text thingy. Eastern, I meant of course.[/p][/quote]Christmas came early! portia6
  • Score: -2

5:59pm Sat 16 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

breamoreboy wrote:
Baysider wrote:
lilacfloyd wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!!
Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think...
It's not a competition ,but would have to say you both come an equal first when it comes into pretentious scribbling
[quote][p][bold]breamoreboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lilacfloyd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.[/p][/quote]Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!![/p][/quote]Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think...[/p][/quote]It's not a competition ,but would have to say you both come an equal first when it comes into pretentious scribbling S,Bowes
  • Score: 11

7:35pm Sat 16 Aug 14

S,Bowes says...

Think.it was nice to present them with a bunch of pansies to welcome the new council
Think.it was nice to present them with a bunch of pansies to welcome the new council S,Bowes
  • Score: -1

2:49am Sun 17 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

S,Bowes wrote:
breamoreboy wrote:
Baysider wrote:
lilacfloyd wrote:
Brock_and_Roll wrote:
I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans

(actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)
Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:-

1. Council tax should be as low as possible.
2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health,
education, housing and welfare services.
3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive
housing development, wind farms and HS2.
4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and
anti-social behaviour.
5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line
staff and services.
6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities.
7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid
and foreign wars.
8. No tax on the minimum wage.
9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies.
10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.
Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!!
Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think...
It's not a competition ,but would have to say you both come an equal first when it comes into pretentious scribbling
Good fun rather than pretentious scribbling. It would actually be great entertainment if the UKIP supporters had any brains to get themselves involved in any sort of debate, but it's quite clear that their right wing policies don't attract too much in the way of brain cells. Still, I always did like a bit of sport, with fishing being one of my favourites.
[quote][p][bold]S,Bowes[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]breamoreboy[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]lilacfloyd[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Brock_and_Roll[/bold] wrote: I am interested to hear what this UKIP party has to say. Please can someone give me a list of their top 10 policy plans (actually policies, rather than populist statements about "getting the country back on its feet" etc)[/p][/quote]Here are a few from the 2014 Local Manifesto:- 1. Council tax should be as low as possible. 2. Immigration must be controlled to relieve pressure on our health, education, housing and welfare services. 3. Green spaces should be protected - we oppose excessive housing development, wind farms and HS2. 4. We need more police on the streets, cracking down on crime and anti-social behaviour. 5. Councils should cut highly paid council executives, not front-line staff and services. 6. Real decision-making should be given to local communities. 7. Money should be used for local services, not the EU, foreign aid and foreign wars. 8. No tax on the minimum wage. 9. Scrap HS2, all green taxes and wind turbine subsidies. 10. Open GP surgeries in the evening, for full-time workers, where there is demand.[/p][/quote]Ha, ha. I think you misunderstood the question as you appear for the most part to have trotted out exactly the sort of populist rhetoric the questioner asked you to avoid. Unless you think that ANY political party has a policy of having as high a council tax as possible? UKIP has absolutely zero to offer by way of costed, remotely sensible or in some cases legal policies. It's also a very convenient way for overt racists and homophobes to glean a thin veneer of legitimacy for their bizarre views. Thumbs away old chaps!!![/p][/quote]Now that's very annoying. You've got to -25 and I've only got to -19 at best. What do I have to do to catch up? Ah I know, facts don't seem to work too well here, they should upset a lot of people. Now let me think...[/p][/quote]It's not a competition ,but would have to say you both come an equal first when it comes into pretentious scribbling[/p][/quote]Good fun rather than pretentious scribbling. It would actually be great entertainment if the UKIP supporters had any brains to get themselves involved in any sort of debate, but it's quite clear that their right wing policies don't attract too much in the way of brain cells. Still, I always did like a bit of sport, with fishing being one of my favourites. breamoreboy
  • Score: -4

2:53am Sun 17 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

S,Bowes wrote:
Think.it was nice to present them with a bunch of pansies to welcome the new council
They presumably got a bunch of five in return?
[quote][p][bold]S,Bowes[/bold] wrote: Think.it was nice to present them with a bunch of pansies to welcome the new council[/p][/quote]They presumably got a bunch of five in return? breamoreboy
  • Score: -3

9:38am Sun 17 Aug 14

JustForPoole says...

Tripod wrote:
Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories...
You really can`t put ... Bournemouth Echo and accuracy in the same sentence !!!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Tripod[/bold] wrote: Why does the Echo insist on calling this shop a "Former Brothel" when it wasn't, it was one rogue employee offering "extras" without the shop owners knowledge (as reported in the Echo at the time); makes me wonder about the accuracy of the other stories...[/p][/quote]You really can`t put ... Bournemouth Echo and accuracy in the same sentence !!!!!!! JustForPoole
  • Score: 5

10:42am Sun 17 Aug 14

outlawselfinterest says...

Former brothel?

In Pokesdown?

You couldn't make it up!

No, no! Behave yourself!
Former brothel? In Pokesdown? You couldn't make it up! No, no! Behave yourself! outlawselfinterest
  • Score: 0

2:05pm Sun 17 Aug 14

RM says...

mooninpisces wrote:
Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment.

Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?
Political parties & politicians are like that aren't they? We've had Nick Clegg of the Lib Dems canvassing on the fact that he would never allow increased Uni fees - and what's just about the first thing he did once he was part of the Coalition? Increased the fees. We've had David Cameron promising 'the NHS is safe in our hands' what's he been doing ever since but privatising the NHS by the back door. And what's happenened to our promised EU Referendum? Busily receding into the distance as yet more conditions are piled on by DC
[quote][p][bold]mooninpisces[/bold] wrote: Many commenters appear to believe the People's Army rhetoric, and see UKIP as outsiders bravely battling the political establishment. Have they ever wondered why the party chose as its deputy chairman an ex-MP who epitomized the cash-for-questions scandal, who as "a joke" gave a Nazi salute while on a visit to Berlin, and who, it is alleged, intimidated witnesses to deny that this had happened? And why that same ex-MP was chosen as the most suitable person to open its Bournemouth East office?[/p][/quote]Political parties & politicians are like that aren't they? We've had Nick Clegg of the Lib Dems canvassing on the fact that he would never allow increased Uni fees - and what's just about the first thing he did once he was part of the Coalition? Increased the fees. We've had David Cameron promising 'the NHS is safe in our hands' what's he been doing ever since but privatising the NHS by the back door. And what's happenened to our promised EU Referendum? Busily receding into the distance as yet more conditions are piled on by DC RM
  • Score: 14

6:08pm Sun 17 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

Controversial But True wrote:
I think the fact that the country has had enough of the Eastern Europeans flooding in to the UK, and yet as typical Brits, we moan amongst ourselves and just take orders from Europe, the breaking point has come!! Right or wrong in their stance against the foreign influx, at least UKIP say it as it is and will try to make the difference. Even if other the parties finally hear what the Brits are saying and act upon it will help.

We really are foreigners in our own country whether a UKIP supporter or not. We are just too scared of doing or saying anything without reprisal, or at least being branded as racists.
you forgot the rest, asians, africans and all muslims.
England would be a better place without them.
[quote][p][bold]Controversial But True[/bold] wrote: I think the fact that the country has had enough of the Eastern Europeans flooding in to the UK, and yet as typical Brits, we moan amongst ourselves and just take orders from Europe, the breaking point has come!! Right or wrong in their stance against the foreign influx, at least UKIP say it as it is and will try to make the difference. Even if other the parties finally hear what the Brits are saying and act upon it will help. We really are foreigners in our own country whether a UKIP supporter or not. We are just too scared of doing or saying anything without reprisal, or at least being branded as racists.[/p][/quote]you forgot the rest, asians, africans and all muslims. England would be a better place without them. holdinkæft
  • Score: -23

6:41pm Sun 17 Aug 14

holdinkæft says...

rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history.

The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system.

Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.
Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience

As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa.

Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise.
You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years.

You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself.
We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer.

So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.
I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries.

I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much.

We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers.

You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me.
If we didnt have all the imports, there would be so many more jobs about.
maybe low paid, but no need for benefit scroungers like we have today.
That also goes for housing and high rents.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you![/p][/quote]You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history. The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system. Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.[/p][/quote]Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa. Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise. You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years. You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself. We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer. So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.[/p][/quote]I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries. I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much. We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers. You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me.[/p][/quote]If we didnt have all the imports, there would be so many more jobs about. maybe low paid, but no need for benefit scroungers like we have today. That also goes for housing and high rents. holdinkæft
  • Score: -10

7:28pm Sun 17 Aug 14

breamoreboy says...

holdinkæft wrote:
rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
rozmister wrote:
jsdorset wrote:
So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders.

You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists.

Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration.

As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe.

I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on?

There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you!
You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history.

The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system.

Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.
Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience

As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa.

Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise.
You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years.

You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself.
We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer.

So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.
I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries.

I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much.

We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers.

You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me.
If we didnt have all the imports, there would be so many more jobs about.
maybe low paid, but no need for benefit scroungers like we have today.
That also goes for housing and high rents.
Brain dead UKIP supporter I take it?
[quote][p][bold]holdinkæft[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jsdorset[/bold] wrote: So Thorlak Gudrod Hallet, you think English are lazy F **** wits and we should not fly our flag or be proud of this once great nation and there should be no borders. You and people of your ilk are what is wrong with this country and you can't or won't see past the bs that is spouted by msm. Perhaps you would like to enlighten us F***wits how no borders can possibly work? and while you are at it show us where different cultures, religions and ethnic groups live peacefully hand in hand in this make believe multi cultured land of plenty you think exists. Please tell us as I know of no place like this and I have travelled the world. Perhaps you should enlighten yourself a little and venture out beyond Pokesdown, While you are at it, if you hate this country, its history, its freedom, feel free to leave and dont come back, perhaps ISIS or Hamas would welcome you, although I doubt it. It amazes me people who live in Bournemouth who rarely venture out beyond its nice relative safety spout the sort of BS you do about open borders, unfettered immigration etc. Go to London try Tower Hamlets, or Bradford or Luton and then come back and tell us all what F***wits we are for wanting better controls on immigration. As for hard working Eastern Europeans Ask Paul Kohler who was so badly beaten in his London home by one of your hard working Polish immigrant men what he thinks about open borders and the hard workers of Eastern Europe. I wonder what benefits/tax credits or other government handouts you are on? There is a saying, when you point a finger remember 3 are pointing back at you![/p][/quote]You talk about our country's history & freedom and yet you support a policy that restrict people's freedom? That would mean hard working people would be treated like second class citizens and not allowed to enter our country to give preference to people who are born here regardless of whether they are hard working or not?? As a culture we have a long history of people moving across borders - you and I are probably descended from immigrants at some point in our family history. The situation now isn't ideal but the solution isn't closing the borders to most people, we need the taxes paid on immigrants wages to prop up our crumbling benefits system. Why don't you ask the family of Ralph Millward how they feel about the English born and bred kids who murdered him?!?! There's bad in every race, one example of polish men committing crimes won't distract from the many british born and bred criminals we have - plenty of which are in Bournemouth.[/p][/quote]Its very clear, you should stick to what you said in your earlier post, I quote I'm much too young to run, I want to gain more life experience As how would immigration controls be bad for us? I believe we should adopt a similar policy as Australia or America, I welcome anybody that we need and we can show we need by first having to advertise the job here. then after background checks and suitable qualifications and experience we can grant a work visa for a specified time along with checking that the person applying has the means to support themselves. I hold residences in both these countries and had to jump through hoops and prove I would be a benefit to the host country, had the relevant qualifications, health tests and money to invest before I was allowed a visa. Of course we should look after our own before people from other countries. You are showing your naivety in thinking otherwise. You may be of immigrant stock but not me, I have my genealogy going back hundreds of years. You clearly have no idea of economics either as believe me unqualified manual labour immigrants income taxes do not prop up our benefits system, lets do the math as of 2014 personal allowance is 10k lets be generous and say the unskilled immigrant makes 15k pa so if they are paying tax, remember most are cash in hand! HM govt would collect 20% of 5k a measly 1k plus about 800 in NI. Hardly enough to prop up benefits is it. and if you look at the money sent out of our economy by these immigrants sending money home, they hurt our economy far more than benefiting it. So please do as you said in your previous post go get an education and life experience before you make a complete fool of yourself. We are not taking about British criminals we are talking about unfettered immigration and the problems it is causing. Of course there are bad apples in all races and we do have plenty of our own. But with immigration controls and screening of immigrants we would have control who comes to our country. If we can stop the pond scum coming here we will all be safer. So please instead of making a fool of yourself by commenting on things you clearly do not understand and bringing up inane points. Stick to what you said, get some life experience.[/p][/quote]I'm from 'immigrant stock' as you so eloquently put it over 100 years back and even if you can go back hundreds of years there is no way you can verify that not one member of your family was 'immigrant stock'. The records simply aren't adequate enough and history clearly shows ebbs and flows in immigration that mean there's no one in the UK who is derived solely from people who lived here 1000 years ago. Even with family in the Doomsday book you'd be hard pressed to check every single link in the following centuries. I'm not 50 or 60 but I'm no child and yes I am happy to acknowledge that before I took on representing an area I'd like to actually understand more stages of life and have met more people. That doesn't mean I'm a fool with no education or life experience. I'm educated and I've lived, the fact I don't think it's enough doesn't mean every single thing I've learnt and experienced ceases to exist. Age hasn't made you any less ignorant or rude so life experience clearly isn't worth that much. We've got thousands if not millions of people in this country born and bred who sit on their arses taking from the benefits system with no intention of ever paying a penny in, I'd prefer a hard working person who wasn't born here who pays £1800 in to begin and has the potential to earn more over time because they'll pull their finger out than close the borders and pay forever for people who are bone idle with no chance of there being a significant increase in hard workers. You might think that people are 'our own' because they're born in the same country but it's fluke, the people that are my own are people who are hardworking with respect for others and good moral fibre and that's nothing to do with where your mother was when she went into labour so nationality isn't relevant in my book. If your british born or foreign scum it's all the same to me.[/p][/quote]If we didnt have all the imports, there would be so many more jobs about. maybe low paid, but no need for benefit scroungers like we have today. That also goes for housing and high rents.[/p][/quote]Brain dead UKIP supporter I take it? breamoreboy
  • Score: -16

10:43pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Jack loveme says...

Victor_Meldrew_Lives
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wrote:
The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!!
Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?
BAD journalism. The previous occupier of the shop should not have been mentioned . It has no relevance to the article. The newspaper editor should have spotted this before printing.
[quote][p][bold]Victor_Meldrew_Lives ![/bold] wrote: The fact is regardless of who they are, is that the country is overcrowded. The roads are clogged, schools, hospitals, doctors, dentists all overwhelmed by the sheer level of people in the country. We can't take any more. We will soon be more overcrowded than Hong Kong!!! Do we really want to live like battery chickens in cages?[/p][/quote]BAD journalism. The previous occupier of the shop should not have been mentioned . It has no relevance to the article. The newspaper editor should have spotted this before printing. Jack loveme
  • Score: 5

11:21pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Mille67 says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Ahh, a moron speaks!
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Ahh, a moron speaks! Mille67
  • Score: 3

11:21pm Sun 17 Aug 14

Mille67 says...

Baysider wrote:
muppett wrote:
Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over
Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before
I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...
Ahh, a moron speaks!
[quote][p][bold]Baysider[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]muppett[/bold] wrote: Why have the echo not put an up to date picture of the shop since ukip took it over Surely a ukip office is better than what was there before[/p][/quote]I disagree. Although they are both catering to sad, lonely, old men with low to no social skills who are happy to exploit and abuse Easter European women in particular, at least the previous occupants were honest about wishing to scr## the country over...[/p][/quote]Ahh, a moron speaks! Mille67
  • Score: 2

3:14pm Mon 18 Aug 14

speedy231278 says...

Give it a rest, Echo. No-one cares it used to be a brothel and the only reason you keep going on about it is that the Tories presumably have your editor in their pocket and want to do a smear campaign.

Rumour has it the Echo office was once the home of a newspaper.
Give it a rest, Echo. No-one cares it used to be a brothel and the only reason you keep going on about it is that the Tories presumably have your editor in their pocket and want to do a smear campaign. Rumour has it the Echo office was once the home of a newspaper. speedy231278
  • Score: 1

4:00pm Mon 18 Aug 14

FNS-man says...

So UKIP aren't the party of old white blokes with their snouts in the trough? Having Neil Hamilton in the party really demonstrates what sort of party it is.
So UKIP aren't the party of old white blokes with their snouts in the trough? Having Neil Hamilton in the party really demonstrates what sort of party it is. FNS-man
  • Score: 0

5:02pm Mon 18 Aug 14

purplemonster86 says...

ShuttleX wrote:
Futurekix wrote:
I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways.
Funny how you start mentioning what you are "entitled" to but on the other hand you feel it is ok to run down people who vote UKIP, something they are "entitled" to do. Two faced seems to come to mind. You hate the press, who you said "twist" things, yet you are happy to use the same press to advertise your "protest" Like I said before, get yourself a job, and stay off Facebook.
I'm not sure where the assumption that people who stand up for their opinions don't work and spend all their time online on social media. I take it you don't have an account with Facebook then?!

Also if you actually bothered to read his responses you might see he is not an organiser nor did he request the press to publicise anything, on the contrary his quotes were publicised without his consent.

Stop being small minded by jumping to conclusions and making assumptions. Belittling people from the comfort of your computer screen is not big or clever. You are entitled to your opinions of course but if you actually put them across in a more intelligent manor people may be more willing to listen. If all you have to say is 'get a job' then you have no valid point here. Good day.
[quote][p][bold]ShuttleX[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Futurekix[/bold] wrote: I was referring to my local area, I wish people would read things properly. This is all a bit daft. I did not start this event, I just joined it but the echo seem to have put mein the spotlight. I am not happy with what is happening and that is my personal opinion to which I am entitled as is everyone else. If you find it insulting then look a little deeper into your soul, you may be subconsciously finding the whole thing uncomfortable. Why do we need flags and borders, they just create conflict. its like a giant game of king of the hill. Lets move forwards, not sideways.[/p][/quote]Funny how you start mentioning what you are "entitled" to but on the other hand you feel it is ok to run down people who vote UKIP, something they are "entitled" to do. Two faced seems to come to mind. You hate the press, who you said "twist" things, yet you are happy to use the same press to advertise your "protest" Like I said before, get yourself a job, and stay off Facebook.[/p][/quote]I'm not sure where the assumption that people who stand up for their opinions don't work and spend all their time online on social media. I take it you don't have an account with Facebook then?! Also if you actually bothered to read his responses you might see he is not an organiser nor did he request the press to publicise anything, on the contrary his quotes were publicised without his consent. Stop being small minded by jumping to conclusions and making assumptions. Belittling people from the comfort of your computer screen is not big or clever. You are entitled to your opinions of course but if you actually put them across in a more intelligent manor people may be more willing to listen. If all you have to say is 'get a job' then you have no valid point here. Good day. purplemonster86
  • Score: 0

9:48pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Dorset Logic says...

I wonder if its organised by people who stand to lose votes.

I don't vote UKIP, but yet again as we get more and more wise to the misinformation spread by the "big three" - own goal suckers
I wonder if its organised by people who stand to lose votes. I don't vote UKIP, but yet again as we get more and more wise to the misinformation spread by the "big three" - own goal suckers Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

9:52pm Mon 18 Aug 14

Dorset Logic says...

In other news
ex anglo saxon country, owned by nordic, roman, french and then returned to saxe gothenberg anglo saxon invaders
In other news ex anglo saxon country, owned by nordic, roman, french and then returned to saxe gothenberg anglo saxon invaders Dorset Logic
  • Score: 0

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