Author: Gerry Robinson

UK Leadership Hustings

Despite leaving UKIP in despair because of the inexcusable debacle that was the infamous Stoke By-Election, because of the foolish squandering of the political capital that had been built up during the period of the 2015 GE Campaign and on through the successful Referendum (including the too-hasty departure of the sainted Nigel) but mainly because of the Emperor’s Got No Clothes myopia of the so-called ‘Leadership Team’, I have been following the hustings with much interest.  And, incidentally, thank you again for the excellent coverage / comment provided via UKIP Daily – If only UKIP’s own online presence was as well-managed…

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May You Live in Interesting Times – Part 2

This is Part 2, please read Part 1 here.   So why have successive governments not only allowed wave after wave of immigration to take place into our country over the last one hundred years AND at the same time insisted that there’s no necessity for the newcomers to learn our language and to participate fully in our culture? Instead of this, they’ve knowingly created ghettos across the UK which bear no resemblance in language, culture or identity to those of the United Kingdom, whose young men and women feel no sense of duty or allegiance to the country…

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May you live in interesting times (Part 1)

Or so goes the ‘Chinese Curse’ which incidentally probably does not have a Chinese origin but is more likely to originate from the speeches of Joseph Chamberlain.  The closest Chinese equivalent, “寧為太平犬,莫做亂離人” (nìng wéi tàipíng quǎn, mò zuò luàn lí rén), is usually translated as “Better to be a dog in a peaceful time, than to be a human in a chaotic (warring) period ” and originates from Volume 3 of the 1627 short story collection by Feng Menglong, Stories to Awaken the World. And we are. Three terrorist attacks carried out by British Muslims or Muslims resident in…

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He’s got a cheek, hasn’t he, that Barmy Barnier?  Standing up there in his perfectly tailored suit, the suave, silver-tongued exemple parfait of a Eurocrat, casually announcing that Britain’s so-called ‘Brexit Debt’ had just been doubled to £100 bn in his perfect Parisian French (although he’s actually from near Grenoble), dropping now and now into English because, you know, Les Anglais, Les Rosbifs, they’re just so… monolingual, n’est pas…?   All around the UK, I imagined retired military types, walrus moustaches quivering with rage, setting aside their whisky and sodas and seizing a pen to send off what JK Rowling would call a…

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Is UKIP Facing a Perfect Storm’?

23rd June 2016 will be a date long remembered in British history – the date that the British people clearly and unequivocally voted to break away from the shackles of the shambolic, undemocratic, corrupt power bloc that the EU had become, and re-establish their country as an independent and proudly national one again, instead of just being the twenty-eighth state of a dystopian European Federation. If there’s any justice in this world, 23rd June, Independence Day, will become a national holiday in years to come and Nigel Farage, love him or hate him, will receive the recognition he deserves…

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