Wednesday, 13 April 2016

One of the most pathetic attempts at character assassination I have ever witnessed in my life!

On the back of a week where the widespread media didn't think it necessary to publish that many stories about several Labour Party anti-Semites, one of whom declared her admiration for Adolf Hitler. Not to mention a Conservative Party Councillor suspended for anti-Semitism. Or the Conservative Party councillor in Bath who was caught growing drugs.

The National media thought it necessary to focus on the more important story of a UKIP "member", not Councillor, not an elected official just a standard party member wearing a face-mask!

Seriously...
That was it...
He is guilty of wearing an ASDA facemask...

The man in question is one of the loveliest UKIP members I have ever come across. Not a nasty bone in his body!

Yet some complete and utter COWARD felt it necessary to steal pictures off of his family albums on his family Facebook profile and claim that he was racist...

When I say the national media picked up on this. I am genuinely not kidding!



When I say it was a ASDA face-mask, I genuinely wasn't kidding?!


No... I am genuinely not kidding?!
They actually tried to accuse him of racism for wearing an ASDA face-mask available at ASDA stores?!



Am I the only person who is deeply concerned that the national media of Scotland, let alone Britain can label someone as "racist", for playing a lighthearted joke on his family Facebook page using an issue that effects him (skin irritation) and turn it into a light-hearted joke for his friends and families amusement?

He now has to walk the streets knowing that the national media have portrayed him as being racist, and the potential that he might be attacked as a result of doing the above pictures.

All so the national and regional media can do their buddies at the establishment parties in Scotland a favour!

This is really what we have come to in the United Kingdom. If it scores a few points, and sells a few papers. Don't worry, our national media will happily put you, your friends and family in harms way!

Oh and one of the most ridiculous things...


The SNP opposed the "Snoopers Charter"... A measure that the Conservative Party wants to implement that would give securical services the ability to look at people's social networking profiles and accounts...































Yet it would seem "this bad example for the World" doesn't stretch as far as the national media creepily looking through the family albums of UKIP members...

Nor profiting off of these unpleasant tactics to score cheap political points!
































At least we are able to respond this horrible injustice and cowardly attempts to label people...


Oh no... It's Scotland... I forget... The SNP media in Scotland don't run on facts or truth and certainly don't want evidence to disprove their claims!


In Scotland, if you are not SNP, you are guilty until well, erm... No you are just guilty!

I am bloody disgusted!

Sunday, 3 April 2016

Pathetic start from the public for Peter Whittle UKIP LGBT London Mayoral candidate Twitter Q&A debate

Today 04/04/2016, UKIPs London Mayoral candidate Peter Whittle will be answering questions at 1pm put to him by the General Public on Twitter using his user ID @prwhittle and the hashtag #AskPeter
Curious to see what kind of questions would be asked. I had a quick look at the questions that had been asked in response to the tweet about the occasion.
Suffice to say I have been left absolutely disgusted.
We like to think we live in a democracy, where politics is even slightly taken seriously. But the response from particularly younger people is very sad, and really does raise some incredibly worrying questions.


Twitter UK - Ask Peter




These were the only 2 questions taking the occasion seriously that I could find:




These were the tweets that made offensive or abusive messages toward Peter:




Finally, these are the tweets that made accusations of racism, conflated UKIP with extremist measures or were just generally posted to waste time:



Things might change closer to the debate.
But I find it incredibly sad that the majority of people getting involved aren't even willing to take the occasion seriously, or ask appropriate questions.

I have a very serious question for all the candidates regarding disabled access to public transportation in London, and I worry that I won't be able to get my message across due to the spam and abuse being directed at Peter.


It genuinely astonishes me that people still accuse UKIP of being a "racist party".

UKIP have no racist policies.

If people are going to cite former members who have done unacceptable things. You could apply the same logic to other parties who have had bad, and in many cases worse instances of unacceptable behaviour from members and even elected officials.

One of the tweeters in particular above commented "spot the ethnic minority". Maybe if that person in particular had done just a little bit of research, they would know that out of the 11 London Mayoral prospective candidates for UKIP 2 were black, 2 were Muslim, 2 were gay, 2 were women and 1 was Jewish!


This chap came second!