Saturday, 12 October 2013

EXCLUSIVE: UKIP Hit Back at Breakaway Councillors.



A national spokesperson for UKIP has today sensationally hit back at being accused of favouring former Conservatives.

In an exclusive sensationally revealing interview with tbg a UKIP source says that the breakaway "UKIP Lincolnshire is not a name the party will permit for a breakaway group, led by a man (Chris Pain) who has been booted out of the party."

The source says - "Chris Pain says that he is a man of 'honesty and integrity' and then publicly announces that Ukip is in meltdown."

"If his intent is to launch his own political party he should surely resign from every advantaged position bestowed upon him and which he has achieved under the national Ukip banner."

"Whatever the dispute is between Chris Pain and the national party, Chris' Ukip position is untenable and therefore he should stop talking and start writing his resignations instead."


4 comments:

Greg_L-W. said...

Hi,

presumably Chris Pain is expected to follow the example of the Tory MEP Roger Helmer who announced he was about to retire but when his party rejected his ultimatum to replace him with his chosen successor he dishonourably withdrew his resignation and announced his support for UKIP and now sits as a UKIP supporting MEP, as a member of the racist, anti homosexual, Holocaust dennying, xenophobic and extremist EFD Group!

That those who have worked closest to Chris Pain, namely his co elected Councilors and others have chosen NOT to remain in support of Farage's centralised, authoritarian, racist and clearly corrupt party - may just provide an indication of just how corrupted UKIP has become.

I freely admit that I did not believe Chris Pain would have the required clout and guile nor the cash or clout to achieve his aim to clean-up UKIP from within.

We should all be aware just how many UKIP executives, staff and claque have records for repeated dishonesty and convictions for defrauding the public purse or are under investigation for their frauds.

That UKIP's selection processes are suspect is hardly surprising based o n their proven track record of rigging elections.

Chris Pain & his fellow supportive Councillors and supporters can fulfill THEIR elected term and we will see at the next election just how they have acquitted their duty to their electorate - Though I doubt their ability to acquit their core duty towards the policy of Leave-The-EU.

In real terms UKIP has consistently failed in domestic politics despite the surge in popularity of the aim to Leave-The-EU - a message UKIP has diluted with idiotic obsession with drink, fags and internal squabbling.

There is no denial that Farage is a competent opponent of EU membership but clearly he surrounds himself with weak and self serving low lifes unfit for purpose without gravitas or ability.

UKIP can not achieve anything long term with merely the one performing monkey - no leader of ability, no strategy, no tactics and not even a clear EU exit & survival plan - Just personal ambition and a thirst for seats on the gravy train.

Regards,
Greg_L-W.
http://UKIP-vs-EUkip.com

Anonymous said...

I know that Chris Pain has never wanted his own party, he has built up the UKIP presence in Boston/Skengess over 8 years, and was very successful. He is staunch UKIP, so are the other Councillors in question staunch UKIP. The want to stay UKIP. Please when you receive this sort of information, maybe you should contact the other side and print their side of things, so everybody can see what is happening and what is right.

Anonymous said...

Chris pain and the Lincolnshire 6 are just the sort of people for ukip. He and 2 others have had disgusting racist posts atributed to them. They should resign because they will not represent everyone.

Greg_L-W. said...

Hi,

attribution is NOT proof!

We do know and it is provable fact that UKIP leadership team will willingly lie to protect their income stream.

I understand the police have been unable to prove racist postings on the internet in this instance - however there is no doubt that Gerard Batten a UKIP MEP has published and promoted material which is likely to cause racial hatred and UKIP's EFD Group are beyond doubt inclusive of known racists, anti homosexuality, violence, Holocaust denial and anti Judaism this is the group of EU politicians which Nigel Farage chairs!

Perhaps some balance would help and though I hold no brief for Chris Pain or his supporters likewise I do believe in justice and honesty.

Please note the claims made against Chris Pain and others who seek to clean-up UKIP are all too often made by cowards sheltering behind anonimity and without honour, integrity or credibility.

I have no reason to believe that Chris Pain posted racist material or acted in a racist manner other than via UKIP contacts and we KNOW UKIP is not to be trusted.

That is not to say Pain did not post such material.

Perhaps the dictum of innocent until proven guilty should be given greater credence!

Regards,
Greg_L-W.

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