Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Godfrey Bloom for prime minister

It can't be denied that UKIP, including its leader Nigel Farage, is struggling to cope with its new-found status as Britain's third party. The establishment is out to get UKIP politicians for disturbing its cosy social democratic "consensus" - in other words the socialistic veneer, complete with thought-police hired to punish political incorrectness, which rides on top of a seething, corrupt mass of crony capitalism, and with the whole filthy business orchestrated from Brussels. As social democracy is an illness which infects all public institutions including the mainstream media, the Independent feels the need to drill into us that Bloom, the most outspoken MEP in Strasburg, sparks controversy and belongs in the 1920s. He doesn't, of course - he speaks for the vast majority of people who haven't been brainwashed, or made to feel socially isolated by the thought-police yet -

"Godfrey Bloom, the Ukip MEP who sparked controversy by claiming British foreign aid should not be sent to 'Bongo-Bongo land', has courted controversy again by claiming that women are better at finding “mustard in the pantry” than driving cars. In a piece for Politics.co.uk, Mr Bloom deployed gender stereotypes more suited to the 1920s. He said: 'Men and women care about different things on a micro-scale. Leaving the lavatory seat up, wet towels on the bed and the top left off the toothpaste will drive a wife made. A man simply cannot understand what the problem is. Most wives do not regard putting petrol in the car as any part of their responsibility. Men cannot see the point in making the bed if you are going to get back in it tonight.' The Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire MEP added that feminism was a 'passing fashion' created by 'shrill, bored, middle-class women of a certain physical genre.' He continued: 'They are supported usually by men who seem to have no link with the usual social and sporting male preserves, the slightly effete politically correct chaps who get sand kicked in their face on the beach.'"

Several anti-EU bloggers are attacking UKIP too, now that it has become our third party. Anyone would think they were jealous. The party should ignore both the establishment and these losers, and concentrate on forging policy on how to leave the EU - and what to do afterwards. (The quoted Politics.co.uk article can be read here.) 

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