Saturday, 15 October 2011

UKIP to readmit Claire Khaw as member?

4.1 Membership is open to UK citizens and resident foreign nationals over the age of 16 years who share its aims and who are not members of any other political party or organisation membership of which the National Executive Committee ("NEC") has declared is incompatible with membership of the Party.   Associate membership may be made available if thought appropriate to persons not qualified under the preceding sentences.

Membership is not available to anyone who is or has previously been a member of the British National Party or the UK First party. Any applications made from people who are or have been members of these organisations will be refused, and any subscriptions collected will be refunded.
By applying for membership you certify that you are not and have never been a member of either of these parties.

The legally trained such as Paul Oakley (now of UKIP though for years a Conservative) will be aware of the term ultra vires as well as retrospective.   

UKIP have no right to exclude me from joining at all, because the prohibition at exceeds the terms of the clause 4.1 of the UKIP constitution.

Ultra vires - exceeding the powers on which it relies

Retrospective - making something an offence when it was not previously, thus making something that was previously legal illegal and punishing an individual for doing something that was legal when he or she did it.   

I no longer expect the average Englishman of the 21st century to have any regard for playing by the rules or fair play, so corrupted are their morals and so extinct their sense of honour, but thought I would just point this out anyway.  

The BNP are associated with being proletarian. Perhaps it is this that puts so many of these exiled Tories in UKIP off accepting ex-BNP members. It may not even be about racism, but about CLASS.

Working class people have a tendency to call a spade a spade and middle class English people like calling a shovel a trowel. 

That's all it is really. 

Were UKIP actually intent on poaching the best BNP members it would benefit enormously too. 

But, perhaps, like the BNP, UKIP don't really want power and don't want to win, not really. 

Maybe they just want to remain the underdog and whinge about that, just like the BNP. 

No killer instinct, no drive, just plodding and lots of it, and plodding in the wrong direction too ....

I suspect the reason why people like Paul Oakley the Conservative, who stayed loyal to Crap Camoronian Cuntism and only fairly recently joined UKIP don't want me to join even though they know I am not racist, is because of the notoriety and attention I would get.

Of course people like him would not wish me to reap the advantages of my taking bold, public and decisive action, while he huddled for YEARS like an indecisive rodent wondering whether to come out of his mousehole.

I am resigned to whatever decision they make, but just wanted to offer my services to UKIP first, out of respect to them for being the most established Eurosceptic party commanding the most votes. You see, I am an honourable woman who knows my place.

If they do not want me, I shall take my business elsewhere or even set up one myself, perhaps on the lines described at rather than suffer myself to be treated with the hysterical suspicion that the cowards who are afraid of being accused of racist would mete out to me, because I was once a member of the BNP.

Wiser heads at UKIP will know that having me would make UKIP less dull, dreary and elderly, but there is no guarantee that they will prevail. I know I have offended a few people in UKIP with my grandstanding, but these easily-offended people should understand that to err is human, to forgive divine, even if they do not believe in God.

I am not a racist.  I am so not a racist that even if you conferred on me racial superiority I would not accept it.

So there.   


joefrombradford said...

Why would you even want to join UKIP anyway? They are a ghost party who where set up by the Labour party as a safety valve organisation to take moderate or protest votes away from the far-right.

They are just the Labour party wearing a different hat. Vote UKIP and you get Labour.

Adolfo said...

There you go again.

Claire Khaw said...

How many Eurosceptic parties are there for me to join, Joe?

I am prepared to listen to any sensible offers and advice though.

joefrombradford said...

There is the English Democrats, the Democratic Nationalist Party or Veritas if Euroscepticism is your thing.

There are also anti-EU pressure groups that i guess you could join, that are not registered political parties as such, but campaign to get us out of the EU.

Claire Khaw said...

I need to join a political party, Joe.

Ian Macdonald said...

Veritas? They have not stood a candidate for many years now. I read that it only exists as a registered party but not a functional one.

Claire Khaw said...

It's OK, Ian. While I know my ideas would be best propagated through a party, I am not about to contemplate joining just any party just for the sake of saying I am in a party, or I would have joined the English Democrats by now.

It is enough that I am seen to be showing up UKIP for the cowards, hypocrites and dullards they are.

I can even say that I have it easy!