Monday, December 1

UKIP to implode?

A blog written by a disgruntled UKIP member has surfaced attacking Farage and the current state of UKIP. The blog, written by "Junius", provides an insight into the party by someone on the inside. Farage is reported to be pulling his hair out over the revelations made by Junius, and the blog has certainly caused a stir over on the Democracy Forum, popular with members of UKIP on the net. Not that we didn't know already, but this just confirms the infighting currently paralysing UKIP and could mark the beginning of UKIP's implosion so soon before next year's European elections. Junius certainly has a lot of support from the rank and file membership of UKIP, if comments on the Democracy Forum are true.

Click here to read Junius' blog.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

I had a look at it. No wonder Nigel is tearing his hair out. It is incredibly accurate.

Anonymous said...

In the October 2008 of the European Parliament Staff Magazine, there is an interview with Kathy Sinnott MEP who sits in the same group as UKIP. She is quoted as saying that she is not a Euro-sceptic but is a Euro-reformist. Is this the future for UKIP?

Anonymous said...

1. You've been predicting the implosion of UKIP for years now. It hasnt happened.

2. The British Dem. forum is not very popular with members as you pretend to make out.

3. "I had a look at it. No wonder Nigel is tearing his hair out. It is incredibly accurate."

Oh yea, real accurate stuff...

Anonymous said...

It has already imploded. That is the point. It is now just a point of waiting for the election next year for it to be formally killed off.

Anonymous said...

The Democracy Forum has got to be the weirdest political forum on the internet, and that really is saying something. The ramblings of the UKIP hardcore posted at all hours of the night are something to behold. Does these people ever go out?

Anonymous said...

Ukip are imploding,just like someone here.
Infact there has been some worrying discussions that an election team has at to be quickly assembled to try and stop the prophecy of doom.

Mind you when this fails,you can either:
a) Try to influence the vote (cough,could'nt possibly comment)

b)Call in Mandy and get yourself into power unelected.

c)Get in touch with the witch finder general and get them arrested.

d)All of the above.

Democracy under Labour!

Don't you feel proud!

Anonymous said...

Is Anon at 2.06 a.m. (wow) seriously comparing a long-standing party of goverment with a bunch of weirdos who have failed ever to get a single representative elected to the House of Commmons? Funny that he refers to Mandleson being unelected given that all UKIP has at Westminster is someone who was elected on the ticket on another party.

Anonymous said...

Potentially more bad news for UKIP with the rumour that Ganley is to launch a major campaign in Brussels next week. It seems that after five years Nigel and the boys have failed to corner the market in Brussels-based opposition to the EU. However all may not be lost as perhaps Declan will need a bag carrier.

Anonymous said...

Game over for Ukip. Ganley is to field candidates in England.

Anonymous said...

I see that Dan Hannan has a blog on Godfrey Bloom featuring a speech by the latter to the European Parliament. Well worth a look as an example of UKIP's best public speaker. He really is you know, he really really is.

Anonymous said...

The Ganley launch is very interesting and may well result in Ukip giving up before the elections next year. However that could be a disaster for Libertas if Ukip endorses it as the polls.

Anonymous said...

The Junius blog is absolutely accurate. Most of the members of UKIP are waiting to get rid of Farage until after the June 2009 election which promises to be a complete disaster with them lucky to retain three MEPs

Anonymous said...

Three is a bit optimistic or rather pessimistic. They are reckoning on two maximum themselves.

Anonymous said...

Heard the one about UKIP MEPs and the Working Time Directive? Seems their thick as s**t staff didn't know how to draw up a voting list (the easiest job any European Parliament staff will ever have). Even worse is that the MEPs failed to notice the mistake. Clowns.

Anonymous said...

Junius has Mark Croucher rattled at any rate. For those of you who don't know who Mark Croucher is, suffice to say he was previously press officer for Ukip and is now a publican. Let's hope for the sake of his customers that he is better at pulling pints than he is at getting press coverage at which he was a total disaster.