Thursday, 27 March 2014

UKIP's view of the world, accord to The Huffington Post - pretty much my view as well

By the way, BFF (where the US is) stands for "Best Friends Forever".

Our politico-media elite is in a state of some confusion today following last night's LBC Europe debate between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage. As far as they're concerned, Clegg won handsomely, and yet a snap YouGov poll of those frightful oiks who read The Sun suggested that Farage had mollucated his eyebrowless ponce of a Big Government, nanny-know-best opponent by 57% to 36%.

It could be that Clegg is now so universally despised that only Westminster types can  listen to his odious twaddle without experiencing an urge to projectile-vomit. WQhat's certain is that all that smooth, glossy, glib, condescending double-talk just doesn't cut it any more with us little folk. Farage - shouty, sweating like a pig, slightly out of his element, unable to brush aside one or two awkward questions - came across as a genuine human being trying to tell the truth as he saw it: Clegg looked like a replicant released into the world before the final human touches had been applied, and sounded like a robot fitted with the standard question-answering software perfected by Europe's ruling elites.

In a recent YouGov poll for the BuzzFeed website (here), people were asked which of the three main party leaders was the most honest. They all fared badly, but Clegg - with a miserable 20% - came bottom: we just don't trust the blister, and his performance last night won't have done anything to change that.


  1. Mine too!

    Amusing how the smug yet scientifically illiterate twats at that third-rate site mock the plain fact that there is, indeed, plenty of ice left at the South Pole. What's more it's increasing. Whatever myths they prefer to believe.

    A wiser mind might pause to wonder what other lies it had been told, but a Huffington Post reader couldn't possibly qualify.

    1. When faced with facts that fly in the face of their beliefs, liberal leftists invariably mock them or attack the person who has been ill-mannered to mention the offending truth: this is the basis of ever Radio 4 "comic's" act. The reason they have to resort to this tactic is simple: facts are right-wing.

  2. And anuvver fing!

    If YouGov admits Farage won, I would imagine that the true margin of his victory was astronomical.

    I am not the only one who ceased receiving any YouGov current affairs polls once the true depth of my political iniquity had been revealed. I do not trust its 'research' an inch.

  3. Nigel Farage in this week's Spectator:

    "On Monday evening, I sat down with some trepidation to watch Nigel Farage: Who Are You?, a Channel 4 documentary by Martin Durkin. He spent weeks filming me, and any temptation to be guarded soon went out of the window. It was a pretty fair characterisation, I thought. The most extraordinary moment came when the liberal-left commentator Yasmin Alibhai-Brown unleashed her loathing of me. At one point, she even said the media needed to be ‘controlled’ to limit my exposure. With enemies like these, who needs friends?"