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Exasperated QuestionTime viewer no longer content to leave it to the Westminster Elite

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Truth Will Out – Out is winning

Momentum is vitally important in any referendum campaign. Only Gordon Brown’s lies saved the Scots from themselves last year. They would be bankrupt had Mrs Sturgeon had her dangerous ways (although in many ways it would have been funny to see their first bid in 200 years fail after 20 weeks)

 

To close here are some more lies and manipulative statements from Harold Wilson’s 1975 pamphlet used to mind-f@@ck the voting population THEN into staying with the corrupt Euro project. Actual words distributed, in writing, to every household in the UK >>>

“Inside the Market we can work to get more European Community money spent inside Britain:

More from the Social Fund for retraining workers in new jobs. Since we joined we have benefited from this Fund to the tune of over £20 million a year.

More from the Community’s new Regional Fund, which already stands to bring us £60 million in the next three years.

More from the Farm Fund when world prices are high. For instance, up to now we have obtained £40 million from this Fund to bring down the price of sugar in the shops.

More from the Coal & Steel funds and the European Investment Bank. Since we joined, arrangements have already been make for loans and grants of over £250 million.
The long period of negotiation between Britain and the other Market countries has proved that the Market is not a rigid organisation.

It is flexible. It is ready and able to adapt to changing world conditions.

It can, and does, respond to the differing needs of member states”

And with that I will leave you to cogitate, deliberate and digest. There is only one logical choice on June 23rd. And its clearly to leave the EU super-state project for the rest of Europe. Get out whilst we still can.

You will not be asked again.

 

 

 

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Wilsons lies – lest we forget

in 1975 the Thought Police were out in force – delivering pamphlets to every registered voter in the country.

The following is taken – “cut and pasted” from that 1975 tissue of lies.

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Lest we forget some of the lies INCLUDED but were not restricted to:

“We confidently believe that these better terms can give Britain a New Deal in Europe. A Deal that will help us, help the Commonwealth, and help our partners in Europe”

“The aims of the Common Market are:
•To bring together the peoples of Europe.
•To raise living standards and improve working conditions.
•To promote growth and boost world trade.
•To help the poorest regions of Europe and the rest of the world.
•To help maintain peace and freedom”

“On March 18 the Prime Minister was able to make this announcements:

‘I believe that our renegotiation objectives have been substantially though not completely achieved.’

What were the main objectives to which Mr. Wilson referred? The most important were FOOD and MONEY and JOBS.”

 FOOD: “At the same time many food prices in the rest of the world have shot up, and our food prices are now no higher because Britain is in the Market than if we were outside.”

MONEY: “Under the previous terms, Britain’s contribution to the Common Market budget imposed too heavy a burden on us. The new terms ensure that Britain will pay a fairer share. We now stand, under the Dublin agreement, to get back from Market funds up to £125 million a year.”

ECONOMY: “There was a threat to employment in Britain from the movement in the Common Market towards an Economic & Monetary Union. This could have forced us to accept fixed exchange rates for the pound, restricting industrial growth and putting jobs at risk. This threat has been removed.

Britain will not have to put VAT on necessities like food.”

“WILL PARLIAMENT
LOSE ITS POWER?

Another anxiety expressed about Britain’s membership of the Common Market is that Parliament could lose its supremacy, and we would have to obey laws passed by unelected ‘faceless bureaucrats’ sitting in their headquarters in Brussels.”

I could go on.

But whats the point

You get the point. Don’t fall for it again. Mobilise. Get out the OUR vote on June 23rd.

You know it makes sense.

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Syria made Simple

by our South Bank correspondent, Tomas Colwalski

Syria – or another fine mess they got us into:

President Assad (who is bad) is a nasty guy who got so nasty that his people rebelled and the Rebels (who are good) started winning.

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But then some of the rebels turned a bit nasty and are now called Islamic State (who are definitely bad)
and some continued to support democracy (who are still good).

So the Americans (who are good) started bombing Islamic State (who are bad) and giving arms to the Syrian Rebels (who are good)
so they could fight Assad (who is still bad); which was good.

By the way, there is a breakaway state in the north run by the Kurds who want to fight IS (which is a good thing)
but the Turkish authorities think they are bad, so we have to say they are bad
whilst secretly thinking they’re good and giving them guns to fight IS (which is good) but that is another matter.

Getting back to Syria. President Putin (bad, as he invaded Crimea and the Ukraine…

IMG_2008…and killed lots of folks including that nice Russian man in London with polonium) has decided to back Assad (who is still bad)
by attacking IS (who are also bad) which is sort of a good thing?

But Putin (still bad) thinks the Syrian Rebels (who are good) are also bad,
and so he bombs them too, much to the annoyance of the Americans (who are good)
who are busy backing and arming the rebels (who are also good).

Now Iran (who used to be bad, but now they have agreed not to build any nuclear weapons and bomb Israel are now good)
are going to provide ground troops to support Assad (still bad)
as are the Russians (bad) who now have ground troops and aircraft in Syria.

So a Coalition of Assad (still bad) Putin (extra bad) and the Iranians (good, but in a bad sort of way)
are going to attack IS (who are bad) which is a good thing,
but also the Syrian Rebels (who are good) which is bad.

Now the British (obviously good, except Corbyn who is probably bad)
and the Americans (also good) cannot attack Assad (still bad) for fear of upsetting Putin (bad) and Iran (good / bad)
and now they have to accept that Assad might not be that bad after all compared to IS (who are super bad).

So Assad (bad) is now probably good,
being better than IS (no real choice there) and since Putin and Iran are also fighting IS that may now make them good.
America (still good) will find it hard to arm a group of rebels being attacked by the Russians for fear of upsetting Mr Putin (now good)
and that mad ayatollah in Iran (also good) and so they may be forced to say that the Rebels are now bad,
or at the very least abandon them to their fate.
This will lead most of them to flee to Turkey and on to Europe or join IS (still the only constantly bad group).

To Sunni Muslims, an attack by Shia Muslims (Assad and Iran) backed by Russians will be seen as something of a Holy War,
and the ranks of IS will now be seen by the Sunnis as the only Jihadis fighting in the Holy War and hence many Muslims will now see IS as good (doh!). Sunni Muslims will also see the lack of action by Britain and America in
support of their Sunni rebel brothers as something of a betrayal (might have a point) and hence we will be seen as bad.

So now we have America (now bad)
and Britain (also bad) providing limited support to Sunni Rebels (bad)
many of whom are looking to IS (good / bad)
for support against Assad (now good)
who, along with Iran (also good)
and Putin (also, now, unbelievably, good )
are attempting to retake the country Assad used to run before all this started?

I hope that this clears it all up for you.

And in case you are missing the point. UKIP are the only political party who have consistently
for the last 10 years been pointing out the error of Blair, Brown and Call Me Dave’s mad foreign policy. The definition of mad of course remaining as “repeatedly doing the same thing and expecting different results”,

Have a great week.

 

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EU isn’t Working

by Chairman Sanjay:

We have seen many scenes of disturbing nature in the context of Syria and Iraqi national on migration to Europe. But suddenly the home media has now got bored with it and moved on to other things.

Maybe they want us to believe things are not so bad anymore.DeadBaby

Regrettably NOT, scenes like these are very common today and everyday around Europe.

 

“I believe that the EU is better with Britain in it and that Britain is better within the EU” says JC Juncker, former premier of Luxembourg whose appointment as president of the European Commission Prime Minister Cameron tried to block last year.

He carries on, and in citing the slow economy and the Greek debt crisis, Islamist attacks in Europe, migration and insecurity in nearby regions, he claims: “It is on these big issues, that I believe European nations need to work together to look for common solutions.”

We BEG  “When O When???” can we see a glimmer of any solution, be it common or not.

Why do they want us in so badly. Who has more to gain Europe, Europeans, The bureaucrats, or is it the UK. Could it possibly be the €15,000,000,000 scheduled to be taken from us this year? Europe gains?> Europeans, bureaucrats? US?

Well folks from this list it is most definitely not the UK.

Remember this Quote UKIP used at the time of the General Election earlier this year ??

“At first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”

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It was Gandhi who said that. He has a somewhat better track record of doing what he preaches, than the tax avoiding, expense abusing, claret guzzling fat cat in the trough JCJ.

They no longer ignore us. They no longer laugh at us

NOW they fight us. And of course we WON the European Election in 2014. We must now win The Referendum – when it comes – the biggest single decision this country will make in the next 50 years.

Home Secretary Theresa May has told her party’s conference recently, that “…high levels of immigration make it impossible to have a “cohesive society”. Spot on

But just remind me again – on whose watch has mass immigration hit record highs? As U-turns go your’s has to be the most spectacular this year.

But of course SHE is not racist.  A few months earlier UKIP WERE labeled racist by the very same people for saying the same thing thing. But of course when you have won the argument, the opposition only have insults remaining in their armoury.

For now at least UKIP is the ONLY Party of any credibility, always 3 steps ahead on all major issues, determining the direction of travel for national political debate constantly. The other parties all tread our paths eventually, but always much later. They act like frozen rabbits in proverbial headlights, unable to move, do anything of substance, until they sense that political will and opinion has moved sufficiently to make any change of heart risk free.

We need leaders – not sheep. We want our national democracy back again.

I’ll ask again – what exactly is the purpose of the EU?

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When it comes to practical, immediate aid and solutions for the Middle East and North Africa migrant crisis – have they actually done anything? Mrs Merkel, deeply in need of cheap labour as her population reduces has cynically thrown open the metaphoric gates of Germany. And smugly lines up to be nominated for Nobel Peace prizes as thousands are dying on dinghies, trucks and trains as they pursue a Shangri-La that doesn’t exist.

She and the rest of them have a lot to answer for.

Keep the faith.

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5 Cries called NO

In MoneyWeek this week – the editor stated that “as far as I’m concerned, as a beacon of capitalism at the Edge of Europe, Britain has nothing to fear from Brexit”.

The well regarded magazine went onto to say that even  if you IGNORE the equally relevant debates on Justice, Migration, labour directives, climate change and defence – the Economy is STILL an area where Out or No campaigners still have most of the trump cards.

Stuart Rose and his “bought off” cronies are plain wrong.

And MoneyWeek list 5 key ideas and thoughts.

IDEA 1 – the EU has never helped to protect key strategic UK businesses & industries

The steel industry this month, this year brings this starkly into focus. The key in cyclical industries is to hold your nerve, your breath, during downturns. Horribly, the EU rules ban government aid for business. And as we know – once you close down an industry like steel, it is nigh on impossible to re-establish it.

IDEA 2 – the EU’s importance continues to decline

When the UK joined in the 1970s, the EU even with its membership of 9, accounted for 37% of global GDP. Today, with 28 members, it is 20% and falling. Ignore China, Russia, India, Brazil, African, Canada, the US all you want. They are not going away.

IDEA 3 – the EU’s conflicting goals – are holding US back

With 28 teams on the political football pitch at any one time, conflicting agendas and priorities cause vacillation and delay. Trade talks with the US, Japan, India and the UAE have practically ground to a halt. We could – set free – establish agreements in next to no time. South America India China and Japan in particular. Setting import and export tariffs is and would be HUGELY important to Britain’s economic interests.

Leave it to a bunch of incompetent EU officials – and guess what happens. Nothing.

IDEA 4 – Britain would and COULD become a Trade Magnet

Even outside the EU, Britain would actually become a stepping stone for WorldWide trade into the EU. Given that we import MORE from the EU than we export TO the EU, its in the EU’s interests to forge a pretty decent trade agreement. Being outside of the EU will NOT be detrimental to trading with it.

IDEA 5 – some Ideas are just plain BAD. Perhaps even Mad.

Everyone agrees with the first principle of economics – that trade is GOOD. Most with obvious Corbyn-ista exceptions would also agree with the second principle – that Central Planning is equally BAD. Most rationale people will see on close inspection that the EU has gone from trade enhancer, to trade obstacle. Ask the redundant steel workers of Redcar where they stand on the EU?

There is not one example of a planned socialist state working. And if you are shouting China – I can refer you to a list of 100 reasons why China is not socialist. From executions to autocratic leadership.

Why has Australia never found the need to be part of a wider “trading bloc”? Ditto South Korea? Ditto Japan?

Beware – the “in” campaign have already started to spread lies, damn lies and statistics about the economic cost of a Brexit.

Keep it simple.

the UK as a beacon of capitalism at the edge of Europe has nothing to fear from Brexit.

Spread the word.

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Carry on 2the Right

Everybody knows and understands that George Osborne is the brains behind the current ruling Tory elite – and David Cameron the current gameShow host allowed to be in charge until the next series.

Although PiggyGate and the Daily Mirror appear to have put more pressure on the Cameron Front Bench than Her Majesty’s Official opposition have managed so far this term. Conventional thinking (eg Boy George) wants the government to move back towards the centre and pick off some of the Old Labour and SDP LibDem migrants. What is more likely however is for there to be pressure to move further to the right  and whilst currently shackled by the “in Europe not governed by Europe” cry, they will have heard Tony Blair’s post match analysis which he has repeated many times – “I wish that I had done more in the immediate aftermath of the 1997 Landslide Win”. Call me Dave hardly got a Landslide but he did confound many. And before Europe starts fracturing the current Tory togetherness, there are signs that this is the direction of travel.

Poll rating re JC amongst votersMost Tories who are going to board the UKIP ship are already aboard. So whilst Cameron hoovers up on the right, again, another opportunity presents itself for the UKIP Leadership. As recent polling shows that rather than entice old Labour supporters BACK to a leadership under firm control of the Pro-IRA duo, the net effect is ACTUALLY to encourage more traditional Labour supporters to join the cohorts who voted so strongly for Nigel’s team back in May.

Counter intuitive? Not really – with several million economic migrants queuing up to be accommodated, educated and medicated – we all know that last years 558,000 new arrivals do not wage compress in Islington and Oxfordshire.

That whatever happens university lecturers, doctors, solicitors, head teachers, bankers and the military will not have them wages under threat from the Romanians.

DailyExpress_558,000Or the Bulgarians. Or the Poles, the Spanish and the French. Not even the 20% of the “refugees” who ARE actually Syrian will reduce barristers daily charges or GPs medical insurance court witness fees.

But it will further wage compress bus drivers salaries. Factory workers, cleaners, NHS support staff. Care home staff, bricklayers and carpenters weekly take home.

This is where Farage, Reckless, Evans and Nuttall need to refocus and double their efforts.

If you set out the reasoned UKIP case and policy set, old school working class Labour supporters WILL come. They have been betrayed by the Blairites, the £100,000,000 takings of Prime Ministers Blair and Brown. Ordinary people have sussed them out. They have given themselves away once too often.

Part of this will have been on account of the shere incredulity of the Islingtonian Pretend Socialists led so ably by Hunt, Chuka, Liz, Yvette and Stella. The looks on their faces at last weekend’s Membership Count was priceless, worth the £3 affiliate fee alone! They were appalled. A party run by its 500,000 members and not the 232 elite PPE students from Oxford and Cambridge?

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Their clamour for a shadow front bench that represents men and women equally – well JC’s does! It’s just that it doesn’t include any of those fakes! Well played Mr Corbyn.

Now is the time for UKIP to make further inroads into mass support being offered up by the estimated 10 million disaffected voters.

That time may last 6 months – maybe even a year. But you know what. If you do nothing – nothing happens.

Bon weekend.

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Do good – feeling good helps noone

Whilst the North London media mafia continues to feel good about itself for chastising David Cameron for not acceding to the Blair-ite demands of Open Borders, Angela Merkel continues to make mistake after mistake – and only last night a petition of 70,000 was handed into the German Parliament calling for Mrs Merkel to be impeached.

Merkel_balancingWhen you get a chance, check out the German newspapers. Most are very unimpressed.

She is clearly between a rock and a hard place.

But you know what? It serves her right.

 

the British Media at least has started to get real and reflect public opinion as a whole. Whilst the tragedy of the deaths in the Mediterranean is without question, recently released EU own statistics show that only 2% of the migrants travelling and arriving on Europe’s shores are actually Syrian refugee children. 80% as reported by the BBC are young male economic migrants from countries other than Syria.

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The Express is clearly known for its controlled borders, pro UKIP stance – but today’s Sun from the previously EU loving Murdoch stable represents something of a sea change.

Whilst Back Bencher Mrs Balls-Cooper clearly feels better for her feigned angst and concern, she hasn’t actually helped a single man, woman or child genuinely fleeing Syria in fear of their lives. A growing number of MPs – some Tory, a few new Labour – are starting to ask awkward questions about for whom the fake distress and concerned faces are actually intended.

UKIP’s policy remains the only credible one – although Call-Me-Dave “Piggy” Cameron has clearly continued his election policy of whole scale adoption of UKIP’s right-over-wrong policy handbook.

We applaud his U-turn ; but call on the UKIP Leadership to demonstrate once again that it is the UK Independence Party that continues to lead and win the political arguments in Britain today.

Have a good week.

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the Quiet Islingtonian

Nigel Farage rightly advised the British People that its not about Left or Right – but about Right or Wrong. And just as in Graham Greene’s novel – the idealist searches for a 3rd way. Is this such a bad idea?

And hadn’t UKIP on both left and right of the libertarian persuasion, the Tories on the ideologue right and the Labour Party in the fake centre get used to the idea that someone standing for a stare run transport network, happy to borrow to invest in infrastructure projects, and committed to affordable housing not present a genuine Third Way?

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Trying to call him a Marxist hasn’t slowed his pace of pickup, neither have Bennite slurs. The rest have missed his simplest trick – he is JUST DIFFERENT to the other bland faceless PPE students.

Moreover lets face it – he’s the only one who hasn’t lied his way to the top of the greasey pole. Unlike Leicester Liz from Watford, Northern Cooper from Southampton and when it comes to the previous Media proclaimed Unions favourite, the charming littleCorbyn_FlakeOff

Andy Burnham, the biggest Blackburn Rovers fan they never knew they had – until GE2015 that is. How fast has he been abandoning responsibility for the failed Labour campaign that he was at least 25% responsible for 3 months ago! Shocking

It is fashionable to slag off JC as his devotees now refer to him. But he will go jolly close next month to being the first radical, man of integrity not controlled by the US and not wedded to the idea of fighting other people’s wars for no discernible benefit. On a good day he is nearly as convincing as Our Great Leader himself.

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Supporters of other parties – be careful what you wish for – or even pay £3 to vote for – as you may just be the turkey committed to an early, all the trimming Christmas dinner.

The gap over the 3 flakes may now just be too large for them to reel back in, and with Leicester Liz from Watford refusing to fall on Cooper’s sword, she should end up giving it to Dianne Abbott and George Galloway’s new best mate.

Reproduced below a hypothetical conversation between a newspaper owner who may or may not be Australian and a Red Top editor who may or may not have emerged from the gutter of show-biz reporting:

Dramatis Personae:

Big Ed: Editor (or possibly owner) of almost all newspapers. Tristram: lowly paid RedTop editor. Privately educated, Journalist of the future, trying to forget his Bizarre past…

BE: looks like the LP leadership is nicely sewn up for the next few years, That Burnham fellow will probably have to be brought down, a bit chippy for my liking, and what a ghastly accent, but once we’ve done that we’re sorted.

T: Er, Sir, there’s this Corbyn character who could still get nominated… BE: don’t be stupid, son, he’s a loser, no chance, just keep saying he’s a loser and he’ll fail.

(A week Later)

BE: How the hell did he get on the ballot? Anyway, no one takes his sort seriously, I mean they’re yesterday’s people, and he’s no experience, he’ll soon blow it – I bet he doesn’t even have access to a decent focus group. Still, being nominated means the LP can pretend to have a debate. We’d better run a couple of in depth analyses of him, you know son, his beard, his sandals, his age, his T-shirt, lack of Oxbridge education, no support…

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T: Er, that might not be enough sir, quite a lot of Constituency Parties and big Unions seem to be for him…

BE: (Shouting) Unions, well that makes him completely unpopular, everyone hates them; OK add that he’s in the pockets of the union barons for good measure. Don’t forget, he’s got no chance and the Tories are loving it.

(A couple of weeks later)

T: (Very worried) Sir, you remember that no-hoper Corbyn? Well YouGov have him in the winning on second preferences…

BE: What the hell have you been doing? If you can’t destroy a loony lefty like him you have no chance of becoming an objective journalist. Looks like I’ll have to phone round

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myself.  Hello Tony (Neil, Jack, Peter, Broon, David M, David B…) can you make a hard hitting speech telling everyone how that Corbyn fellow will be a complete failure because nobody likes him; and how he’ll destroy your beloved party because you’ll do an SDP.

(Later still)

BE: See, when the big guns start firing these little people soon get sorted. How’s it going now Tristram? I particularly liked the bit about needing a heart transplant. And that was a nice touch from Mrs Balls telling them to vote for her because she’s a woman. And the stuff about his supporters being unpleasant on line shows how 21st century we are.

T: (With much more confidence) Well, he’s now ahead so much he doesn’t need second preference votes, he’ll probably win the full-members part, and women are favoring him overwhelmingly. His meeting all across the country are so packed out even the overspill has an overspill. I actually got out of the office last night and went to one, yes, sir, I know you told me never to allow reality into here, but it was really very interesting…

BE: Enough, get the smear machine up and running. OK, his expenses seem fine, damn; he’s not a Welsh windbag, and we’ve already tried to get him on his clothes (I always liked that donkey jacket scam years ago), he’s not a dour Scot, his father wasn’t a Jewish intellectual… ah, Jewish, there we are, he disapproves of Israel killing Arab civilians, how low can you get. We need to play this carefully, get that Cathy Newman woman, you know, the one who made up the story about the mosque being beastly to her, to find some Jew-haters he once spoke to, that way we can run stories headed Corbyn denies being anti-Semitic. What a lovely catch-22.

(Mid August)

BE: Still not worked, OK, next shot: Corbyn eats babies for breakfast, and has been tied back to the weapons of mass-destruction dossier Tony signed off by mistake

T: Unlikely, he’s vegetarian. In any case, I’m leaving for a job on the New Statesman. Jez has offered me a role in his Social Media team too…. did you get that 100/1 available on Betfair last month…???

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Left & Right BOTH wrong

and all of us – supporters, members and empathisers with UKIP – need to get with the programme and understand what Chairman Sanjay recently wrote and submitted to the NEC for their consideration. Set out below is a précis of his concerns:

GE2015: like all of us, the fact that 13% of the public vote (or 1 in 8 votes cast) delivered just 1 in 650 MPs sitting is of course an eye opener. It is shocking. It is clearly wrong. HOWEVER our task remains, to be the alternative voice to the LibLabCon. We see Leicester Liz from Watford proclaiming an “Australian points based system for immigration” and Boy George proclaiming the futility of a system that taxes the low paid, only to give some of it back via an arbitrarily complicated working tax credits system.

We are flattered – both Labour and Conservative parties are NICKING our policies.

Sanjay argues therefore that our mission over the next 18 months should be bipolar – lead drive and support every which way the “No thanks to the Corrupt EU” campaign – but at the same time promote, extol and grow the relevance of UKIP, the Party. Hidden behind the fear of the SNP and the incredulity surrounding Red Ed Miliband – it was clear that UKIPs appeal had already been widened. But that needed to be widened still further.

The single best way to do that would be for UKIP – underwritten by our 3,881,129 votes – to announce nay proclaim the “real shadow cabinet”. Nominated spokesmen and women in all major areas of policy, leading, defining shaping – ultimately showing the other 2 up for what they are. Over-privileged thickos and Under-brained Guardianistas.

This does NOT weaken Saint Nigel Farage – simply re-inforces his leadership, feeds new original thinking, retains the massively important “in touch” mantra of his and  UKIP’s many supporters.

We have never heard a more impressive speaker on immigration than Steven Woolfe; no truer Libertarian than Douglas Carswell. No finer grasper f economics that Mr O’Flynn, no more able deputy scrutinised by the media than Suzanne Evans. Diane James is immaculate on justice, Paul Nuttall the best soundbite generator since Mandie and Kinnock gave birth to Alastair Darling. We ARE in the thick of it, but we need to embrace that fact  and deliver meaningful media diagnoses now. Every day.

Sanjay suggests a number of policy areas we can IMPROVE upon – take leadership IN

Taxation; revenue based transaction taxes on eBay, Amazon and Starbucks. We know you make a profit you highwaymen. So stand and deliver your taxes to the people who buy from you. Eliminate property tax exemptions awarded to the landlords of charities; these ultimately penalise fledgling new businesses and pass taxpayer funds to subsidised landlord regimes.

Universities: it is established fact today that 52% and rising of student debts will NEVER be recovered. At some point SOME government will recognise this and write off £££ billions. Be progressive, encourage thoughtful parenting. Allow couples the choice of either TAKING child benefit now or RECEIVING free university and higher education later. Use the foreign aid budget to encourage UK universities to establish campuses overseas. Generate more income, raise the quality of students.

NHS, the busted flush: all parties at the last election promised to fund this monolithic institution at whatever levels Sir Simon Stevens says (sounds like a party game to me). Current levels plus £3billion. Plus £6billion. Plus 12. There was no limit on the politicians disingenuous promises.

But we all know that the care of the elderly needs to be carved out with more imagination. Allow the elderly to temporarily give up their homes in exchange of quality care. We will all prefer to pass peacefully away at home, not at hospital. Give us all therefore the choice. remove generic drugs from prescription – there is no point in collecting £8 from folk for drugs that cost £1 but whose entire system takes £15 to administer. That’s just common sense. Prohibit pharmaceutical companies promoting through cash incentives to GPs, their latest drugs at overly expensive prices.

Somebody at least needs to tackle head-on the mass manufacturers of sugar and other chemical enriched foods. If nicotine can be taxed, so too should unhealthy supermarket best-sellers be.

 Housing: stop selling off council and housing association stocks, instead expand help to buy schemes across the country. The states role is to own 20%, 40% if need be 80% of everybody’s first home. Then provide mechanisms and ways for those responsible for the bills and upkeep (the owners) to buy back the stakes they don’t own – at a pace that is right and affordable for them. The investment by the state, by the government, our government, us – will always at some stage generate a return. Most importantly, whatever this return is – and whenever it starts to crystalise – it all returns to refinance this virtuous circle at the earliest opportunity. End generate Rent.

Prisons: connect up all penal facilities to industry, business, agriculture, innovation. You have screwed up some way along the line, your path to redemption lies in renewed self worth, added skills, income you can generate and either save or forward on to the social cluster you left behind. If you come from beyond our borders, you will be sent back where you came from. We trailed you in – we WILL know where you came from, and you WILL be sent back there. War-torn Calais or Baltic State.

Retirement: skilled elders can be encouraged to act as mentors, trainers, lead in the voluntary sector. Whilst steering the young, they remain active, healthy wise and above all else respected.

the Unemployed: should commit to a minimum weekly hour count in the voluntary sector

Just some ideas. Some key policy thoughts. Some good, maybe some impractical. For now. But…

…there are further debates to be had; over the role of the state, the insistence that the individual does AT LEAST take responsibility for their housing, their income, their families and their education. But we are facing an eminently electable Marxist Labour MP in JC – housing for all, cheaper transport, reduced utility bills, no war, no hunger – no money wasted on arms manufacturers.

The fact that all of the above will take a 70% minimum “median” rate of tax is neither here nor there. For the time being. We are UKIP. We know as does JC what we stand for. And we are here to stay.

IN SUMMARY

Dear NEC – please establish a policy forum and associated infrastructure so that for every policy Labour and Tories STEAL, we have another 3 coming up behind them , and to show them, where the true free thinking Libertarianism is in our country.

Have a nice day.