Saturday, 31 May 2014

Tories show UKIP how to fight Newark by-election

Talk about shooting yourself in the foot the sight of Helmer on TV trying to defend employing an Italian Brussels based secretary when hundreds of unemployed UK graduates would give their eye teeth for such a job was laughable for a party that claims to uphold British standards. Italian politics is not known for its probity or hard work so why employ an Italian rather than a Brit? The phrases no fool like an old fool and charity begins at home spring to mind.

The Tories are throwing everything at this by election, click

 to read how much effort the Tories are putting in to retain this seat. They know a UKIP win would be the end of Cameron and his EU loving Tory elite.

A brief summary of the article ,CCHQ is serious about demanding each MP visits three times, and each Cabinet Minister five, the following two photos of the attendance lists pinned up in the campaign office should dispel any doubts:

There is a list up on the white board for all to see and a less than perfect attendance will be career threatening for ambititious Tories. They are pulling out all the stops.

I wrote earlier that UKIP MEPs should be required to put in a full 7 day stint on the stump in Newark but have they?

Nigel was seen in Brussels on Thursday and Friday forming his pan European group to ensure his chauffeur driven limo and EU euros to reward his up and coming syscophants but the batlle is in Newark not Brussels! Does anyone in UKIP believe such a man can lead us out of the EU? He puts his purse and his sycophants before regaining our country.

UKIP are on a roll and could win even with the geriatric Helmer. I quote from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar and some informative context:

There is a tide in the affairs of men.
Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune;
Omitted, all the voyage of their life
Is bound in shallows and in miseries.
On such a full sea are we now afloat,
And we must take the current when it serves,
Or lose our ventures.
Julius Caesar Act 4, scene 3, 218–224
Brutus and Cassius are discussing the final phase of their civil war with the forces of Octavian and Marcus Antonius. Cassius has been urging that they group their forces at Sardis and take advantage of the secure location to catch their breath. Brutus, however, advocates heading off the enemy at Philippi before Octavian can recruit more men. Brutus's main point is that, since "the enemy increaseth every day" and "We, at the height, are ready to decline" (lines 216–217), he and Cassius must act now while the ratio of forces is most advantageous. "There's a tide in the affairs of men," he insists; that is, power is a force that ebbs and flows in time, and one must "go with the flow." Waiting around only allows your power to pass its crest and begin to ebb; if the opportunity is "omitted" (missed), you'll find yourself stranded in miserable shallows.

Exactly. This where UKIP are now at but Farage is more interested in EU Euros than UKIP victory.
If he does not win in Newark then this will have been UKIP's high water mark, a grubby tide mark on the bath tub of history..

Here is a possible picture of Helmer's Italian lady published by Guido Fawkes this evening. She is the dark haired one.


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