Differing views

Differing views

Differing views

First published in Letters by

THE timing of your letters (The Press May 26) was impeccable. Tom Scaife writes about Godfrey Bloom, the ex UKIP MP regarding the fact that when he was elected he hated the EU Parliament and the Party he once represented still does.

Tom Scaife points out how much Godfrey Bloom and Nigel Farage earn to supposedly represent the interests of Britain in an organisation they don’t believe in.

Indeed, I have read in various papers allegations that Nigel Farage is being investigated for fraud regarding his EU pay/expense claims etc and also that he has one of the worst attendance and voting records in the EU Parliament.

Right underneath the letter from Mr Scaife you print a letter from Peter Rickaby, of Selby, commenting on the fact as to why rational people have no regard for socialist dogma.

May I remind Mr Rickaby that different people have differing views.

Mr Rickaby’s is not the only concept. May I suggest to Mr Rickaby that, if he does not wish to hear other people’s views, he goes and lives in a dictatorship which Britain, alongside many others, fought two world wars at the cost of millions of lives to combat. (As encapsulated in the letter from Paul Bowes of the same date).

The vast majority of the British people have seen through the BNP. Let’s hope that they will soon see through the aims (albeit undeclared) of UKIP.

H F Perry St James Place, Dringhouses, York.

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12:45pm Mon 2 Jun 14

inmandres says...

The kippers are the BNP in blazers and are already splitting into factions (An Independence From Europe and the English Democrats being two parties formed by ex-kippers)
Far-right parties have a habit of in-fighting and the kippers are no different. Sit back and watch them sink without trace!
The kippers are the BNP in blazers and are already splitting into factions (An Independence From Europe and the English Democrats being two parties formed by ex-kippers) Far-right parties have a habit of in-fighting and the kippers are no different. Sit back and watch them sink without trace! inmandres
  • Score: 33

4:02pm Mon 2 Jun 14

ColdAsChristmas says...

'sink without trace!' You mean like the Lib Dems?
You say far right because that is your wishful thinking such as BNP in blazers?
Actually, UKIP appeals to the whole of society, just look at what happened in Rotherham. Why, because UKIP are the only party of common sense, the others have lost it and no longer represent mainstream views.
'sink without trace!' You mean like the Lib Dems? You say far right because that is your wishful thinking such as BNP in blazers? Actually, UKIP appeals to the whole of society, just look at what happened in Rotherham. Why, because UKIP are the only party of common sense, the others have lost it and no longer represent mainstream views. ColdAsChristmas
  • Score: -88

4:58pm Mon 2 Jun 14

inmandres says...

ColdAsChristmas wrote:
'sink without trace!' You mean like the Lib Dems? You say far right because that is your wishful thinking such as BNP in blazers? Actually, UKIP appeals to the whole of society, just look at what happened in Rotherham. Why, because UKIP are the only party of common sense, the others have lost it and no longer represent mainstream views.
Agreed that the Lib Dems are circling the drain, but my assertion that the kippers are a far-right organisation is borne out by the fact that they have attracted many Eurosceptic Tories for whom the Conservative party had drifted too far from the right and many BNP supporters who saw the chance to jump on a bandwagon, as evidenced by the fact that the two main BNP strongholds, Essex and the North West, saw the BNP vote collapse while the kippers benefited.
[quote][p][bold]ColdAsChristmas[/bold] wrote: 'sink without trace!' You mean like the Lib Dems? You say far right because that is your wishful thinking such as BNP in blazers? Actually, UKIP appeals to the whole of society, just look at what happened in Rotherham. Why, because UKIP are the only party of common sense, the others have lost it and no longer represent mainstream views.[/p][/quote]Agreed that the Lib Dems are circling the drain, but my assertion that the kippers are a far-right organisation is borne out by the fact that they have attracted many Eurosceptic Tories for whom the Conservative party had drifted too far from the right and many BNP supporters who saw the chance to jump on a bandwagon, as evidenced by the fact that the two main BNP strongholds, Essex and the North West, saw the BNP vote collapse while the kippers benefited. inmandres
  • Score: 30

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