Being a supporter of Nigel “Thirsty” Farage and his fellow saloon bar propper-uppers at UKIP means, it seems, being unable to take anything that looks like criticism without resorting to forthright dishonesty. This can be seen clearly in the response of Bloggers 4 UKIP, which claims to be “The independent voice of the UK Independence Party” to the Channel 4 docu-drama UKIP: The First Hundred Days.
Squeaky paranoid dishonesty finger up the bum time
The scale of this dishonesty is staggering; to lie on this scale suggests a combination of blind faith and disregard for reality far beyond even the worst excesses of the Fourth Estate. Consider this paragraph - and the actual facts.
[UPDATE 19 February 0940 hours: as can be seen in the comments, one Stuart Parr, who is a councillor in the Telford area, has taken grave exception to this post and told me that an apology is required.
Sadly for him, the Bloggers 4 Ukip hatchet job which he cites is so laughably amateurish that there will be no apology, merely the sound of derisive laughter.
That post alleges that I am known to the Police - which would be news to both them, and me - then proceeds to further allege that I have been involved in stalking and harassment (both untrue, and equally defamatory), and alleges that I had a dispute with the editors of the Spectator magazine.
There is only one editor of the Spectator, Fraser Nelson, and he and I have never had a dispute.
But when Parr - I assume it is he behind the latest Bloggers 4 Ukip pack of lies - then uses David Icke's website as a reliable citation, he really does sell the pass.
Stuart Parr can shove his demand for an apology. He would be better advised getting help for the advanced state of Euro-paranoia which he demonstrates. Zelo Street will continue to pass comment on the Kippers, whether they like it or not]