Tuesday, 17 December 2013

UKIP Councillor In Race Row.



As was proved by the recent media outcry, my fellow Lincolnian and Ukip member Victoria Ayling seems to have struck a chord with much of the electorate.

Even though Nigel Farage has made it quite clear that Victoria's comments were in regard to illegal immigrants and not all immigrants, it seems as though public disquiet about immigration is now rising just as fast as Ukip's record poll ratings.

The fact that Romanians in London alone are now being arrested at a rate of 18.3 per cent as opposed to the national rate of just 2.6 per cent and account for a whopping 11 per cent of all crime by foreign nationals in the capital even before the border controls are lifted on January 1st 2014 speaks for itself.

This is a time-bomb waiting to explode and as David Cameron's Deputy Nick Clegg pointed out recently, whilst Britain remains in the EU there is nothing we can do about it.

Just as it is also illegal to "discriminate against people on the basis of language" according to a recent report by EU diplomats.

Which simply proves that all the tough talk by David Cameron, Iain Duncan Smith and Theresa May is just that - All talk!

Only the United Kingdom Independence Party have the political agenda to get Britain out of the EU once and for all.

Which is exactly why in the run up to the European Elections next May people should be extra vigilant for both the dirty tricks of the Tory press and false talk from the Conservative Party.

The fact of the matter is that if true Conservatives like me have any proper euro-sceptic principles, then they, like me, would stop listening to false Tory propaganda and switch their political allegiance to Ukip too.


4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If you are so steadfast in your convictions Geoff and you believe that only UKIP "tell it like it is" then why did you defect back to the Conservative party before yet another defection to UKIP?

Andrew Thorpe-Apps said...

Geoff has made more U-turns than a London taxi.

Geoffrey Brooking said...

Answer to both questions:

I was given a catagoric assurance from the party that it would do something about the issues I raised as regards my original resignation and therefore gave the Conservatives the benefit of the doubt and accepted an invitation from an MP to return to the party fold.

As we have seen in the national media and in other articles I have written, this is clearly not the case and until DC does get a proper grip on this issue I shall quite happily remain in Ukip.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

BOooooooooooooooo! yet another who has lost the plot, as we all know support for UKip will only deliver a Labour led Government and in so doing remove any chance of control of immigration, as you so eloquently tell us is needed. Surely as the last 13 years have shown us its a Conservative administration this country needs.

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