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Members & staff of UKIP past & present. Committed to reforming the party by exposing the corruption and dishonesty that lies at its heart, in the hope of making it fit for purpose. Only by removing Nigel Farage and his sycophants on the NEC can we save UKIP from electoral oblivion. SEE: http://juniusonukip.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/a-statement-re-junius.html

Monday, 3 November 2014

Not a good press weekend for Nigel Farage



The guns appear to be out for Farage and his band of nihlists. Yesterday's article in the Mail on Sunday ´Fascists, Felons, and Fanatical Fools' was unusually well researched, ´albeit somewhat overdue, and will have struck a raw nerve. We were very pleased to note that some of the content was lifted from this blog.

We were also delighted to note certain snippets that could only have come from the inside. There are moves afoot to knock staffer Aurelie Laloux from her perch, and we may have just witnessed the opening shots in that civil war.

Farage may or may not have been upset by scathing remarks made about him by one of his group's Italian MEPs. Eleonora Bechis does not hold Nigel Farage in high regard. She calls him ‘a misogynist, homophobe and xenophobe,’ adding that he thinks ‘like a financial speculator’ who has adopted the ideas of the far-Right. ‘His only gift is that he is a great speaker, full of hot air.’ He may, however, be upset by what happens next......

Monday, 27 October 2014

Junius On Twitter

With next year's General Election just around the corner, The Junius team is gearing up for action.

We have new people on board, who bring with them great technical know-how, and fantastic resources.

We are now on Twitter, and we look forward to giving you all you need to know about the Farage regime, and more.



 
 

Monday, 29 September 2014

>UKIP Team Up With Travel Agent To Milk EU Taxpayers

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The wife of Nigel Farage yesterday barred The Telegraph from a Ukip fringe meeting instructing MEPs how to secure taxpayer-funded holidays for their friends and supporters.

Kirsten Farage asked this newspaper to leave a fringe meeting outlining an EU scheme that subsidises holidays for political activists to Brussels and Strasbourg.
The European Union spends £25 million on the subsidies for tours arranged through Euro-MPs' offices.
Under the scheme, holiday makers are handed a subsidy of up to £200 in cash if they include a short visit to the European Parliamentary in their itinerary. That money can then be used to pay for hotel rooms, meals and transport.
Ukip's use of the scheme comes despite Mr Farage's party being ostensibly opposed to wasteful spending in Brussels.
Mrs Farage helped organise the briefing for the party's new MEPs, which was held in a suite overlooking the track at Doncaster Racecourse at the party's conference.
"Oh dear," she said as The Telegraph arrived at the event, which had been advertised in the conference schedule handed to delegates. "We didn't really want the press."
"I'd much rather not have any press here. It's an internal event.
"I'm afraid I'm going to have to send you away." She said the meeting was to instruct new MEPs of the "logistics" of booking trips.
Asked about the scheme, she said: "Every MEP is allowed to take visitors' groups over from their constituency or region, or councillors, or business groups they are supporting, or supporting them. It's an EU scheme."

She added: "It's a nice thing to do."

One five-day package advertised on a stand at Ukip conference, organised by a private tour operator, included a visit to the castles of Koblenz, a tour of Strasbourg Cathedral and a boat trip along the Rhine. The visit to the Parliament in Strasbourg lasts two and a half hours. After the EU subsidy, the holiday costs £389 a head.
Another seven-day Ukip tour takes in Verona, Lake Garda, an excursion to Venice and a tour of Vicenza, known as the City of Gold, before driving on to Strasbourg for a short visit to the Parliament.
Other taxpayer-subsidised tours incorporate visits to the tapestry at Bayeux and Monet's garden in Giverny before visiting the European Parliament in Brussels.

Monday, 8 September 2014

>GUEST POST - And Now For Something Completely Different!

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This photograph, allegedly taken in the late 1970s, appears to show a young Nigel Farage making his second publically recorded political statement (the first being when he was seen by staff at his private school singing Nazi songs).

Farage is known to have more than a passing aquaintance with Punk Rock, a fact which makes the picture particularly interesting to us.

One fact we can confirm is that UKIP want this picture purged from the internet.

We note that Farage's alleged mistress Annabelle Fuller has had numerous articles about her removed from the Google search engine. UKIP - rewriting history!

Monday, 11 August 2014

> Farage Family Snouts Still In The Trough

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After being banned from working for her husband, Nigel Farage's wife gets a new job - with UKIP MEP Ray Finch (Himself a former employee of Farage).

  • Kirsten Farage forced to look for work after EU banned family employees
  • Came as Ukip leader revealed he paid her £27,000 a year to be his secretary
  • Now German-born Kirsten employed by MEP Ray Finch, close ally of Farage
  • Comes as MEP Bill Etheridge tells youth members to copy Hitler's speeches
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2720856/After-banned-working-husband-Nigel-Farage-s-wife-gets-new-job-UKIP-MEP.html#ixzz3A5TWNeSD

Monday, 4 August 2014

> Stop Press: Farage Was Near Something That Happened!

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It must be the most stomach churning display of Nigel Farage's sense of self importance to date.

Following the tragic shooting down of Malaysian airlines flight MH 17, one might have expected a word or two of sympathy from the aspiring Lord Farage. But no, what we got from Farage was a headline 'I was at Schipol airport as passengers checked in for flight MH17'

Well so what? Does this jumped up little man really think that he is so important that this matters to the world?

Some years ago, the Tory MEP Nirj Deva, a man so convinced of his own maginificence that he actually nominated himself for the office of secretary general of the UN, issued a press statement headlined 'Nirj Deva survives sunami'.

There are other similarities between the two egos - like Farage, Deva is desperate to get to the Lords, and rumours are that he will get there in a year or so. Also, amusingly, we are told that Farage's bag carriers in Brussels often refer to him behind his back as 'Nirjel'!

> UKip: Still Fruitcakes!

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A recent meeting of the UKIP NEC

A Ukip parliamentary candidate and his branch chairman have resigned after claiming the local party is being infiltrated by what they see as "occultists".


UKIP MEP Jill Seymour in her younger days
Jake Baynes, who was to run in the Somerset city of Wells at next year's general election, said he felt he was being driven out by local members, including a couple based in nearby Glastonbury who practise alternative healing, which they claim is inspired and guided by angels.

Baynes, a teacher who stood at the last general election for Ukip, said: "I do think if someone is saying you are in touch with the angelic realms I have to call into question their judgment.

"Everyone's got their different beliefs. It's not for me to belittle anyone's beliefs. People have different views. But if Ukip is trying to shake off this fruitcake image thing, we're not doing a good job of it."

Graham Livings, who resigned as Ukip's Wells constituency branch chairman, said: "We've been infiltrated by the Glastonbury occult. I've heard a lot of people say locally they won't be voting for Ukip because of this. It needs to be addressed. Jake was an excellent candidate. I'm standing down in solidarity."



UKIP's communications team in action.