There is no difference between Conservative and UKIP

The political representatives who claim to be eurosceptics, are almost invariably climate change sceptics as well, whichever party they come from.  These topics, euroscepticism and climate change generate much heat amongst the electorate.   Owen Paterson is slated for being a closet climate change denier, while Roger Helmer has been one openly for years.  Both have stood in opposition to onshore wind farms, and claimed to be supporting the concerns of their constituents by doing so.

All of this stuff is baloney.

Wind farms are put there purely to anger and distract people.  They were never intended to be given full rein.  Cameron has now strangely turned against them, as if he’s had second thoughts.

It’s all posturing.

These moves are the feints, softening up the target before the real attack comes in.  In politics just as in war, you must prevent your target from anticipating your main attack.

The real attack is fracking, currently being debated in the House Of Lords.   This will effectively destroy the British countryside for years or generations to come, and drive the people out.  Property will be unsellable at any price.  People will have to move into the towns and cities, and their lands will go back to wilderness.  Many will die.  Many more will become sick.

Helmer, Paterson and others claim fracking and shale gas are cheap.  That’s their biggest lie.  All the country’s water resources will be used up.  All ground water will be permanently unusable, and rain water will be all that’s available.  The property market will never recover.  Whole communities across the land will be destroyed, schools, businesses, farms, the lot.  There is nothing which could be as expensive or destructive.  Fracking is not about energy extraction as they claim.  It’s a weapon of mass destruction.  Yet these BAPF politicians, many of relatively low intellect, continue to state that fracking shale gas (methane) is a great business and will relaunch the economy.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

UKIP’s claim that leaving the EU will enable Britain to manage her own affairs is very attractive.  But not if we’re to get exactly the same policies outside the EU as inside.  The bringing in of Agenda 21 by a UKIP parliament will almost be more painful to live through,  as we were conned into trusting them.  It’s now suddenly clear that the real agenda, the depopulation of Britain by chemtrails, fracking and GMOs is just as heavily supported by Nigel Farage and Roger Helmer, as by Owen Paterson and David Cameron.

If you don’t have time to watch these videos,  see the

 summary in The Gassing Of Britain. 

BAPF = Bought and paid for

I emailed Roger Helmer twice, and asked him for a definitive statement re his views on Agenda 21 and fracking, and so far he’s failed to reply.  I will gladly retract the statement that he’s bought and paid for if he will provide me with any evidence that his support for the use of a weapon of mass destruction on the English countryside is based on anything that could be called intelligent.

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15 Responses to “There is no difference between Conservative and UKIP”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Excellent post!

    Kind regards,


  2. Anonymous says:

    On ITV news yesterday they stated that thousands of new homes throughout the green belt countryside are planned to be built. Starting with Cambridgeshire. So there will be no countryside to drive people from as it will all become interconnecting cities.

  3. shirlz007 says:

    Sorry to post about a different subject Tap…
    Heres a brilliant article on the man of the hour… Mr Vladmir Putin!


    Either Putin is the most misunderstood man of the 21st century, or he’s part of the agenda… or he has good intentions and is being FORCED into a confrontation with The West.

    I’ve followed the rise of Putin since I was a teenager. I’ve watched him dismantle the Russian Mafia, take on Western (Jacob Rothschild) control of Russian oil, stand strong on Syria and Iran, speak up on Libya (may not have done or said enough).
    RT is the best news channel on air (and The Truthseeker pulls no punches)

    Putin and RT are in a position to expose sooo much more than what their doing, and people rightfully questioning why they don’t? :/
    (it is Russian propaganda to an extent)


    ”Psychologists tell us that people (and countries?) project off on others what they don’t want to face in themselves.” YOU’R TELLING ME!!! ;D

    and him and Mr Snowden are not exactly being completely honest with the world are they!

  4. NPP says:

    Up until yesterday I was ‘decided’ upon voting UKIP at next MEP elections. I still see no other option re EU. I am aware of the UKIP-fracking policy, but withdrawal from the EU seems a priority.

    However, these connections and pro fracking/GMO links with UKIP are sadly alarming. Thanks TAP for putting info as concisely as possible in one place. The Patterson clan – more of the same old, Roger Helmer same old same old… Having Neil Hamilton on board with UKIP is bad enough.
    The Greens are further dangerous Co2 cult centralised control… I suspect most Greens do not even know the name Maurice Strong.

    Aaaahhhh! What on earth to do? The public must better engage with their representatives, though that seems unlikely today. Have faith, accentuate the positive. 100th monkey syndrome et al…

    Clean water, clean food, the freedom to choose what to put in my body – you’d think these were plain old done deals we must all agree on. Unfortunately, archonic forces or whomever just keep biting at our ankles.

    Hey cheer up! I guess you’ve all seen this:
    George Arliss – The House Of Rothschild – Full Movie – 1934 :

    … en plus
    Aretha Franklin- Ac-cent-tchu-ate The Positive:

  5. shirlz007 says:


  6. Anonymous says:

    Good comments I mostly agree with. I have more respect for Russian Vlad than all political parties in the UK and for that matter the EU and USA and my favourite news channel is definitely RT.

    As for the political parties of this country I think the way to go is to vote for independent candidates who take the peoples considerations seriously with a concious awareness of what’s right for the country, our environment and not what’s right for me, my political party, my family and corporations.

    The Telegraph this morning states that “With anti-fracking protests continuing in parts of the countryside, the Prime Minister said he wanted to “dispel myths” about the controversial technique and said that there is “no question of having earthquakes and fire coming out of taps”.
    He warned that Britain is “missing out big time” and that energy bills could come down if the UK embraces shale gas exploration.”

    I recall this same rhetoric being announced on black and white tv sets in the late 50s early 60s when nuclear energy was being propagandised by the BBC as the free clean energy of the future. Time has proven both “free and clean” to be woefully wrong.

    Clearly Mr Cameron didn’t watch RT’s Breaking The Set yesterday concerning Fracking. Had he done so he would have been enlightened to the facts Fracking increases the risk of earthquakes, land pollution, water contamination and yes gas coming out of water taps.


  7. Tapestry says:

    These are not risks, Gordon. These are certainties. The only thing that bothers BP is whether they can fob off the compensation claims for the damage that they do. The damage is a certainty. These are weapons.

    NPP. Let’s get a new party going based on our agenda. We could be up and running soon. I’ll keep you posted. I’m fed up trusting people like Owen Paterson, Roger Helmer, Nigel Farage and the like. Only trust yourself.

  8. Anonymous says:

    I don’t believe anything Cameron says he’s proved himself to be a compulsive liar.
    There will be a lot of lies spinning out now against UKIP to turn people away. Be careful what you believe. Research everything that is said about them, even email Farage direct about his views on fracking, don’t just take printed words as gospel no matter how real it seems it may be spin. It’s the only way to know the true facts.

  9. Tapestry says:

    There’s no need to email UKIP to find out their policies on energy. Roger Helmer is advocating fracking strongly in his weekly newsletter. Farage bulls it up in his speeches.

  10. Anonymous says:

    But they are against windfarms. Helmer stands firm against them stating they are an expensive madness.

  11. Anonymous says:

    Oh I don’t know what to think anymore! Reading further some reports say fracking isn’t dangerous others say it poses a threat to water supplies. I’m so confused now.

  12. Tapestry says:

    Windfarms are the Aunt Sally distraction hiding the real attack. All good men are against wind farms now even David Cameron belatedly, but all are in unison in favour of tracking. Don’t fall for the feint. This is the main attack.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Will someone please stop this planet I’ve had enough, I want to get off!

    Tap when you get your party together please post the details I’m interested.

  14. Anonymous says:

    The ayes have it.

    Fat Bob.

  15. Anonymous says:

    This post has to be a candidate for the “no shit sherlock” award of the week, They’re ALL the same, every bloody political party has the exact same agenda to work from, fleece us of everything they can get out of us while giving us the two finger salute & laughing.

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