Alex Jones channel axed. Next Google takes down UKIP website.

Trying the website which has worked for the last fifteen years, you get this –

‘www.ukip.org uses security technology that is outdated and vulnerable to attack. An attacker could easily reveal information which you thought to be safe. The website administrator will need to fix the server first before you can visit the site.

Error code: NS_ERROR_NET_INADEQUATE_SECURITY’

TAP – It looks Gerard Batten’s bothering someone.  Well done, Gerard.  You must be doing something right.

Plot they did.

UPDATE – Not to mention that I added a section at the end which has since been removed from the blogpost, saying Farage should not be allowed to slide in as leader ever again.  He is entirely discredited now, showing his true colours in his support for Boulton, who was clearly put there to wreck the party’s credibility.  Farage (Yarach) must be gone.

Batten offers hope.  As for the jacket, the media ran that in an attempt to make Batten look ridiculous.  If I was him I’d make it an identifier and wear it throughout.  As in ‘that contemptible little army’ etc.

All we want are people not identified as Novichucklers, the new name for the Conservative Government.  They are beyond a joke.  Gerard’s jacket and tie are just what we need to keep us smiling!

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11 Responses to “Alex Jones channel axed. Next Google takes down UKIP website.”

  1. NPP says:

    This is incredible. The average Joe on the street has no idea nor cares… but, it is Pravda UK in action.

  2. Adam says:

    Incredible?… Umm that’s because you’ve got no life mate! I think people have more important things to do with there time. Who would waste there life reading theatrics like this. You want to know the truth… Your just as uneducated, Ignorant and stupid as everyone else. So wrapped up your own cloud of bullshit you can’t see past your own friggin nose.

    KEEP IT REAL!

    This is a much better educational video.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA0rwRj7YIk

    • NPP says:

      Incredible again, and so entertaining. . Adam, I look forward to your great wisdom redeeming me toward the enlightened life. Mate.

  3. Mr Dude says:

    Adam.

    You’re (check that spelling) a mug.

  4. Aldous says:

    “He is entirely discredited now, showing his true colours…”

    Talking of colors – and disagreeing with Tap’s ‘take’ on the jacket and tie – how can anyone be taken seriously wearing such attire?

    We know that the EUSSR Parliament us a complete circus but that is insufficient reason for turning uo dressed as a clown.

    UKIP – soft right of centre controlled opposition; BNP – hard right of centre controlled opposition.
    There’s a controlled opposition party out there to satisfy most sheeple.

  5. Aldous says:

    Spelling correction:
    “We know that the EUSSR Parliament is a complete circus but that is insufficient reason for turning up dressed as a clown.”

  6. Aldous says:

    Hi Tap.
    Gerrard Batten (never heard of him until just now) isn’t bothering anyone he’s not been permitted to do so.

    It’s just like with Boris Johnson (Osman) and his seemingly crass remarks about Moslems and burka letterbox lookalikes. Clearly ‘authorised’ and even scripted at the very highest level.

  7. archer says:

    Tap, I’m confused with your admiration of Batten. His loving-up to Yaxley Lennon tells you all you need to know about his controllers.

  8. Tapestry says:

    Yes I guess it’s more of the same, but he did well publicising Alexandr Litvinenko’s exposure of KGB (FSB) penetration of the EU. Romano Prodi being a key FSB agent. He was able to abandon script in those days. Perhaps he’s been brought to heel since. It’s best not to seek purity in politics. Is he openly anti-war? That’s about as good as a politician can get.

  9. NPP says:

    Batten at least speaks up on subjects others will not. We must have free speech platforms otherwise what is the point?
    It would be interesting to see Tommy Robinson peacefully engage Gilad Atzmon or Ryan Dawson or even be interviewed by UK Column.
    Say your piece and let the market decide, but the BBC legacy media persistently want to control the discussion.

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