Both of these need disbanding

quango queen watsonYou’d expect all the dirty tricks in the book from LibLabCon – they’re degenerative, corrupt parties who see the game as keeping them in second homes and on expenses. Cameron’s debate shenanigans are simply pathetic.

However, for the Electoral Commission to approve FUKP is simply astounding for a supposedly neutral body. Commenter at the Spectator, of all places:

It appears the Electoral Commission hasn’t read, or are ignoring, their own guidelines on registering political parties:

We will also look at how the proposed name, descriptions and emblems interact with each other. This is to ensure that in our opinion it is not likely that voters would be confused when a party’s identity marks are considered as a whole.

Under PPERA (Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000), we will refuse any party name that:

• is likely to result in voters confusing it with a party that is already registered

I’ve many friends who were Tory and many of them gaze upon these really dirty politics, especially from the supposedly neutral Beeb and of course the EC and they must be wondering just whom they can report the commission and the corporation to.  Who has higher authority?

Usual Tory trolls tried to make out there was nothing wrong – and that in itself speaks volumes for them – to which the answer came swiftly:

“Murray’s party use an upside-down version of Ukip’s logo for the FUKP motif.”

If that’s not emulating, what is?  Another commenter:

Quite apart from the confusion issue, it is astonishing that the Electoral Commission should allow a party called “FU…”. If I were to stand against the incumbent in Camberwell and Peckham under the banner of a party called, say, Screw the Harridan, I don’t think this would be allowed, simply on grounds of taste and decency.

And another:

A glance at the bio of Jenny Watson, Chair of the Electoral Commission, 20 years a quango queen, 100,000 GBP for three days a week, renowned for incompetence since at least 2010 but glued to her chair by the usual forces, might suggest that sympathy with any problems UKIP might have will be in short supply.

And on the Climate Scam and the BBC’s bias, Delingpole on the latest programme:

Here was a programme so lamentably biased, so completely uninterested in counterarguments, so blatantly determined to pull the wool over its viewers’ eyes with straw men, false analogies and calculated misrepresentations of the real points at issue, that it constituted a flagrant breach of the BBC’s statutory obligations to accuracy and impartiality.

In short, this programme broke the law.

Under the BBC Charter 2006, the BBC is legally obliged to “do all it can to ensure that controversial subjects are treated with due accuracy and impartiality in all relevant output.”

Not only did the BBC fail to do this with Climate Change By Numbers but it has also failed to do this with every single documentary it has made on the subject for well over a decade.

What’s more, as Booker noted in his 2011 report for the Global Warming Policy Foundation – called The BBC and Climate Change: A Triple Betrayal – the BBC has been doing so quite deliberately.

The bias (though it actually dates back much further) was formalised in 2006 at a secret meeting, co-organised by the BBC’s house climate activist Roger Harrabin, in which the BBC’s senior executives were briefed by the “best scientific experts” and reached the conclusion that the ‘consensus’ on climate change was now so rock solid that there was no longer any need for the BBC to cover it with even a semblance of impartiality.

I wonder if I’m the only person who noticed that the two male “climate experts” were shortish men and the female standing between them was tall, young and pretty.  Sheer accident at the Beeb?   Sheer coincidence?

Again and again, it’s not the dirty politics by the opposition which is the issue, it’s not the issues themselves so much – it’s the underhanded tactics of the taxpayer paid “unbiased non-aligned”.

5 comments for “Both of these need disbanding

  1. March 9, 2015 at 1:10 pm

    I also note Channel 4 are up to their dirty tricks again with a programme scheduled for Sunday night entitled “Britain’s Racist Election” which seems to me intent to stir up anti UKIP feeling by proxy. About the 1964 election in Smethwick.
    Typical Channel 4 shit stirring.

  2. Ed P
    March 9, 2015 at 4:33 pm

    There’s the British sense of fair play to consider – it still exists in older voters. The more the “big3” corrupt & desperate parties (& the BBC) mount unfair, biased and scurrilous assaults on UKIP, the more votes UKIP will garner. But whether those votes will be counted accurately, especially under the new returning officer rules, is very doubtful.

  3. March 9, 2015 at 5:57 pm

    Seems to me the Canadian and Australian system is needed whereby parties appoint scrutineers who stand back from but still oversee the vote counting.

    The one election I was involved with as scrutineer [for Labour actually, younger days], saw very little rancour. There were recounts called for by scrutineers on one pile of votes and that might happen six or seven times in the evening/night.

    As we see now – to trust an Electoral Commission alone for fairness is quite misplaced.

  4. Hereward unbowed.
    March 9, 2015 at 7:16 pm

    Does anyone, well anyone whose in possession of an ounce of common sense think for a minute, that, Jenny Watson is bound by the rules of ‘fair play’, even is objective, and won’t stoop to any means fair or foul – to rig all UK elections in favour of all left wing leaning parties/scum ie, LiblavCONgreen.

    Electoral Commission, remember the 2014 Euro’s and the “Independence Party” next to UKIP on ballot forms – it’s all deliberate design to bamboozle and divide/separate as much as possible UKIP’s voting numbers.

    The Electoral Kommissars answer to Brussels not Westminster and hence their 100% flat batting to all this useless committees questions – Jenny Watson – you could tell was lording it and oblivious to any and all critique – as they are, “we are superior beings”.

    Bring back Britain, bring back our country and the only party to promise that is anybody but liblavCONgreen.

  5. Viscount Rectum
    March 10, 2015 at 8:05 am

    It quite clearly demonstrates that power above all else matters, the ends justify the means the anti-UKIP shit spreaders will be out in force, manipulation of the media and techniques have been developed to exploit the democratic process for totalitarian purposes,, ie Common Purpose + EU + NWO.

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