3 main parties are already fracked-in TAP. Farage can at least be informed and attitude changed. The vote was yesterday. We, I had to vote with pragmatic intent. Hit the main 3 and make a difference from the same old same old was first immediate priority.
I hold no illusions about UKIP. I totally agree with you re fracking / Agenda 21 concerns. Huge concern.
BBC R4: Yesterday lightening hit the London Shard + UKIP surge.
Any political party gaining public interest will attract Murdoch interest.
PS last night BBC Question Time constant UKIP=racism and Putin blamed for Ukraine. One UKIP supporter in Question Time audience the most articulate clear public voice, even clearer than the panel. This morning BBC R4 same anti Putin propaganda.
Once we know UKIP have made a difference, write wrıte, lobby lobby, shout shout re fracking, foreign interventions, GMOs…
Farage must be terrified of getting GE votes and letting in Labour, is the alternative explanation. As Lib Dems return to vote Labour, and Conservative vote gets heavily hit, he is probably just being intelligent and realistic. That said if UKIP don’t focus correctly on the big four anti_Paterson issues, GMOs, fracking, Bee-killing chemicals and chemtrails, there is room for an upsurge in a new independence movement – freedom from Agenda 21. That is starting now in our constituency and is attracting immediate support.
Nick Robinson – From the very first result – a council ward in safe Labour Sunderland – the tremors could be felt. UKIP secured 30% of the vote in an area where it hadn’t even run before.
Opinium gives the shares – UKIP 32, Labour 25 and Cons 21.