Monday, March 02, 2009

A straight run for the BNP?

Ukip has been corrupted says Robin Page

The UK Independence Party has been corrupted by the high life on the euro gravy train and is run as the personal fiefdom of its leader Nigel Farage, a high-profile former member has claimed.

Robin Page, the Cambridgeshire farmer and presenter of One Man and His Dog, has resigned from Ukip amid bitter accusations of party mismanagement and a leadership cult.

Mr Page's resignation, after he was prevented from standing as a UKIP candidate MEP for East Anglia, is a major setback for the Eurosceptic party ahead of European elections this summer.

"There are accusations of rigged internal elections, tales of extravagance and high living in Brussels and an embarrassing stampede to try to board the European gravy train this June," he writes in The Daily Telegraph.

"In short, Ukip is in the process of imploding."

Mr Page has accused Mr Farage, who he described as a "Blair-like, ex-public school leader", of running Ukip as his personal party.

"Nigel Farage has managed to obtain almost complete centralised power of Ukip," he wrote.
Perhaps most damagingly, Mr Page has accused Ukip of losing its way after its Euro-MPs jumped aboard the EU's notorious pay and perks gravy train.

"Stories from Brussels suggest that Ukip's MEPs have come to love the high life of gravy and status. The party created to fight centralised government, sleaze and corruption has become a parody of itself, a mirror image of the body it professes to loathe," he said.

Mr Farage has accused Mr Page of not being able to "separate fact from fiction and disappointment from reality" after failing to submit his application to be an MEP.

"This diatribe seems to be laced with bitterness, inaccuracy and fantastical misinformation," he said.


Anonymous said...

"party mismanagement and a leadership cult."

Sounds like Griffin.

George Smiley said...

Farrago and Gri££in share character defects. That is why they so hate one another. Each sees the other in himself.

Anonymous said...

This was inevitable, now it's Gri££in getting all the positive publicity from the media in the run up to June's election (just as UKIP got in 2004.) Please see Saturday (Feb 28th) Independent's favourable article 'Is the BNP becoming Cumbria's cup of tea.' That Regional Organiser Clive Jefferson is one brown nose lackey creep by the way. Incidentally the Independent's editor is a Jew.

Karla said...

'Farrago and Gri££in share character defects. That is why they so hate one another. Each sees the other in himself.'

That is right and of course they are battling over access to the same trough and there is only room for so many snouts.

There are some differences I don't suppose Farrago has the equivalent of a Collette attached?

Anonymous said...

The current UKIP leader is a state plant. The original founder was successful and hurt the establishment, which responded by sponsoring a nobody to come out of left field and launch a leadership challenge. After which, the party descended into corruption and impotence. Sound familiar?

Nemesis said...

Congratulations to NW Nationalists in running this interesting story.

It's important because UKIP has become, like the excellent comments from the previous posters have correctly said, a mirror image of the BNP, in particularly the centralised way that each party has become under a leadership cult whose morally bankrupted leader now treats the respective party as a personal fiefdom.

Anoymous correctly highlighted the good coverage given out by the left-wing Independent newspaper, edited by a Jew.

This is extremely fascinating.

It used to be that the BNP vote was deliberaley squeezed by controlled opposition anti-EU parties like UKIP and the Referendum Party.

Now there is no need for the Establishment to play up these other plastic patriot parties or to squeeze the BNP vote as the BNP has effectively been neutralised under its Griffinstein Zog, multicult Nu-Nationalist regime.

The BNP has been hijacked by the Establishment and one of their assets is sitting at the helm of the BNP ensuring that whether the BNP gets seats or not, its real power and effectiveness will not challenge the Establishment status quo.

Anonymous said...

The article in the Telegraph tells you that the system has realised UKIP won't work as a safety valve any more because it does not change anything or rocket in size despite having umpteen MEPs. It's shrunk! No promise left to lure the punters.

What is needed is a party with false promise as the new safety valve to be pumped by the media and to dupe the sheeple.

And we know which one that is.

A life of luxury in Brussels making it obvious the thing is no longer about changing anything?

Gipsy Anon sees the future.

Griffin Shouldn't Have Played With Explosives said...

Gri££in is eyeing up that very Gravy Train that Farrago has been riding for many years.

He is ACHING to quaff from the vat!

His every sinew [or blubbery cell] will now be bent (zoiks!) to acquiring his place at the trough.

Zionist money is a-calling.

Anonymous said...

Other than Griffin, who is standed-cant find details of candidates anywhere?

Is it too much to hoep someone decent will top the list somewhere winnable.

Are EFP or NF standing?

Anonymous said...

Is there a threat to Griffin here?

If the BNP pick up a significant part of the UKIP vote, there might be a surge of new members.

Many will see through Griffin and may stay on to see him go.

Increased media interest will expose the lack of true talent at the top.

Imagine Goofy being interviewed by Paxman on Newsnight.

Bring it on!

Then we will finally be rid of him.

All the best...Bill Jax

Anonymous said...

Bill the media will play the BNP as a threat not undermine it - but without making it too obvious.

Only when reality has seeped in as with UKIP will the exposures get under way. By then the members won't matter.

By then also disllusionment with the idea of changing anything by fringe parties will have set in so the job is done.

A change in government to the Tories will help with its whiff of possible change in the country - which won't happen although there will be spin.

Only a wild card we cannot forsee will alter the outcome.

UKIP did not exactly bloom by getting over a dozen MEPs elected did it? The European parliament is the perfect forum for proving you can't change anything by voting since it's powerless.

The real struggle is at home. And if people think 'something is being done in Brussels' they will incline to do nothing here.

"What's the point in a local councillor if you have MEPs".

I wish I could be more optimistic but the MEP route has been travelled once already. It sounds good but lacks substance.

Taking power in a council in Britain would be far more important.

Anonymous said...

`Incidentlly the independent's editor is a jew.'

Anon, if he were not a yid, now that would have been headline news.

Fucking yids are like penetrating oil and brake fluid - the slightest crack, and the bastards are oozing through to contaminate everything else.

Anonymous said...

`I don't suppose Farrago has the equivalant of a Collette attached?'

Yep, Farrago did have, in the shape,form and name of Tom Wise, the bent ex-cop, ex-Ukip MEP.

At least Toad Farrago got rid of Wise, while Griffin has retained and protected Kiddy-fiddler Colletski.

Anonymous said...

`Imagine Goofy being interviewed by Paxman on Newsnight ..... Bring it on! ..... Then we will be finally rid of him'.

I'm definitely no Griffin supporter or fan and will throw a party when that corrupt bastard get's booted out of the BNP, however, whatever Griffin's faults are, and they a too numerous to list here, he is good at taking on the media, and the last time Paxman interviewed Griffin, Griffin demolished Paxman.

Shame Griffin is a state asset.

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