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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

EUKIP's fault that Eurosceptic movement has not taken off

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7706857.stm
UKIP rejects BNP electoral offer

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/election2010/results/

564,331 (BNP) + 64,826 (English Democrats) + 919,546 (EUKIP) =

TOTAL 1,548, 703

LibDems 6,836,824

Do you get it yet, UKIP? It is all YOUR fault that the Eurosceptic movement is not doing better.

I have proposed a way forward where neither party has to change its policies, but it still ain't good enough for UKIP who are STILL SCARED of being called racist.

"The BNP-UKIP Joint Manifesto would promise to have a referendum on

1. whether to withdraw from the EU; and

 2. whether to adopt BNP or UKIP policies where they differ"

BNP and UKIP do not differ on grammar schools AKA selective education AKA traditional education.

BNP and UKIP are, let's face it, anti-immigration political parties.

The problem is clear:


EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.
EUKIP are so afraid of being called racist that they would rather stay in the EU as long as they are not called racist.

Pathetic and contemptible, is it not?  

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