Monday, 30 December 2013

BRITAIN MUST HELP SYRIA'S PERSECUTED CHRISTIANS


Hello again folks! Man of the Year for me must be the irrepressible Nigel Farage. Despite UKIP shooting itself in the foot one or two times and the unbridled bias of the media [in particular the not-so-impartial BBC], Nigel has been a refreshing revelation and spokesman for the silent majority in this country.


A further example of his wise leadership is his [and UKIP's] stance on the plight of Syria's massacred and persecuted Christians. True, Britain will not benefit from economic migration. But also true is the fact that we still have a duty to play our part in offering asylum to those who are attacked for their faith, particularly by islamists, in the Middle East. I applaud this article from the official UKIP web site:


UKIP Leader Nigel Farage has today urged the government to take some responsibility in helping those Christians fleeing the civil war in Syria:

"Christians are being increasingly persecuted across the Middle East and Syria as extreme Islamist elements seek to purge the region of Christianity. Britain must take its global responsibility seriously. It would seem that EU membership has skewed our sense of compassion that has long been a hallmark of British values. This government is about to let in thousands of Bulgarians and Romanians whilst we turn our back on people who in decades past we would have helped. If we do not help these people then who will? We must as a nation help Christians who are fleeing Syria to escape death and torture by allowing some to come to the UK." [end quote]

UKIP, me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 30-Dec-2013

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

ANGOLA: AN INTERESTING PRECEDENT?


Hello again folks! An interesting precedent indeed from the southern African country of Angola:

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2513388/Angola-bans-Islam-shuts-mosques

UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 26-Nov-2013

Sunday, 17 November 2013

DAMBUSTERS 2013!


UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 17-Nov-2013

DANGER: UNITED STATES OF EUROPE [3]


UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 17-Nov-2013

DANGER: UNITED STATES OF EUROPE [2]


UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 17-Nov-2013

DANGER: UNITED STATES OF EUROPE [1]


UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 17-Nov-2013

Friday, 30 August 2013

IN SUPPORT OF THE JUSTICE 4 THE 21 [J4T21] CAMPAIGN

Hello again folks! Back in November 1974, twenty one [21] people died in the bomb blasts at the Mulberry Bush and Tavern In The Town pubs in Birmingham city centre. Among the dead was eighteen [18] year old sister Maxine Hambleton.

Six [6] men: Hugh Callaghan, Paddy Hill, Gerard Hunter, Richard McIlkenny, William Power and John Walker were later convicted for the bombings. They spent sixteen [16] years in jail until their convictions were quashed by the Court of Appeal in March 1991.

At the time of writing, nobody has yet been brought to justice for the terrorist atrocity. Maxine's sister Julie Hambleton continues to campaign for a Public Inquiry into the case as part of the: Justice 4 The 21 [J4T21] group and has just launched a new petition the the express aim of garnering 100,000 signatures with this aim:

"... a fresh inquiry to establish the truth in order to identify and bring to justice the perpetrators responsible for the worst outrage on British mainland in the 20th Century in respect of the memory of the 21 innocents who were slain in the 1974 Birmingham Pub Bombings."

UKIP @ WOLVERHAMPTON endorses: Justice 4 The 21 [J4T21]. For further information, please visit their official web site and, if you are so inclined, you can sign the e-petition via these links:

http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/42684

UKIP - me stay awake ... Keith JS ... 30-Aug-2013