Fracker Farage calls for British earthquake

UKIP candidates and supporters then joined Nigel Farage on stage as he issued a rallying call for the British people to come join and people’s army and help to cause a political earthquake at the European Elections on May 22nd.​

TAP – an earthquake to go with the ones that destroyed Blackpool’s property market, caused by fracking in Lancashire.   Fracker Farage seems keen on these ‘ere earthquakes.  He wants Britain fracked good and proper, to please his corporate controllers.  Sorry to the country he claims to love.  Hatred would seem the more appropriate term.

See the nightmare triggered by fracking at Fylde in Lancashire.  Come on Farage.  Change sides on fracking, or you’re as guilty as the rest.

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14 Responses to “Fracker Farage calls for British earthquake”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wow the main political parties really don’t want any one voting for UKIP do they. seems they are running scared if they are using blog sites to discredit them.

  2. Tapestry says:

    No one’s using me thank you very much, anonymous! UKIP are in favour of the destruction of Britain, same as the Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dem. We need a new party that is against fracking. UKIP is useless.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tap we know you are correct, who else is against the EU.

  4. Tapestry says:

    We’ll launch a new party next week to attack the destruction of Britain by all these parties who are all BAPF. We can fight a few key constituencies if we get enough support.

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  6. NPP says:

    TAP. I agree re UKIP = fracking.
    Useless? No.
    They can be ‘used’ as a short term strategic vote against war and EU.
    I will of course check out / vote for any new TAP minded party, but today UKIP can make waves against the establishment for now.
    You will require time, not necessarily so much time because the internet enables possibilities, but UKIP are my only option come EU elections here 22 May.

  7. Anonymous says:

    One step at a time Tap, let’s get rid of Owen Paterson first.
    If we can pull that off, we can move onto others.
    Then we can become an Internet Party.

  8. Anonymous says:

    OK TAP what will be your USP?

    as clearly with your creative mind i bet you could think of 10+

    & boy does this country need it


  9. Anonymous says:

    Typical alarmist codswallop. Fracking has been goin on in the UK for years without any difficulties or reported problems.
    It was only until the environmental activists got wind that there was a possibility of cheap and abundant energy that THEY couldn’t control that the ante was upped and the protests started in earnest.
    Coal mining has (and continues to) create more minor tremors than fracking ever did or ever will do.
    It’s past time that there was some proper EDUCATION offered on the subject.

    You certainly won’t get it at this blog.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Anon 7:50 pm, this information is really interesting.
    Have you the locations of the older fracking sites.
    It’s about time there was some education on this blog.

  11. Anonymous says:

    What planet are you on anon 7.50pm, all the coal mines have been closed for years.
    The largest Selby Coalfield was closed years ago.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Examining the evidence for
    potential environmental impacts

    Hydraulic fracturing for shale gas in the UK:
    Examining the evidence for potential environmental impacts

    Issued: March 2014
    © The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds 2014

    Want to know about fracking ? Here is a full report from RSPB …..

    follow-up study by the same research team (Jackson et
    al., 2013) examined fugitive gas emissions in 141 drinking
    water wells near Marcellus shale gas extraction sites.
    Methane was detected in 82% of drinking water samples,
    with average concentrations six times higher for homes
    within 1 km of natural gas wells. Proximity to gas wells
    was, once again, found to be a highly significant factor for
    determining gas concentrations in shallow groundwater.
    The mechanisms by which stray gases percolated through
    to drinking water supplies were attributed to faulty or
    inadequate steel casings and imperfections in the
    cement sealing

  13. Tapestry says:

    The work in progress name for a political party is Survive & Thrive. It’s tough thing for people to listen to, to tell them what is known about the depopulation agenda, Agenda 21 and so on. You need a name that brings hope and optimism and a way to go from here.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Anon 7:50 pm, waiting for answers, where is all that education you were talking about.
    Where are the old fracking sites ??

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