Farage writes to left wing institutionalised BBC reference Panorama. They won’t read out his letter because like the banks, they feel they are untouchable. The truth is they are beyond contempt and should lose their licence; they are partisan and that is that.
The BBC has no credibility at all, any thing that is mentioned in and on English politics must be scrutinised, I personally do not believe anything they say.
His letter also raises the prospect that it is rattled Labour activists who are now attempting to discredit UKIP, using the same techniques that flopped for the Tories and the Times in the run-up to the European elections.
Mr Farage’s letter says:
“Dear Elizabeth, RE: Panorama Rehash of Times Campaign Against UKIP
“Thank you for your letter, the contents of which I have given careful consideration to and quite frankly are a rehash of a series of overtly hostile articles published in the Times during the run up to the May 2014 European Elections in which I hope you will note that over 4.3 million people voted for UKIP and we are now the biggest British party in the European Parliament.
“Having established that your line of questioning is in no way original or “fresh to the market”, it is apparent from the tenor of your questions and the approach being taken by you that you are adopting a specific agenda which clearly conflicts with the well accepted BBC principles that a programme for public consumption should be fair and balanced.
“Regretfully, the concept of Panorama as judge and jury on (last century and ten-year-old) allegations which have been well dealt with by me in the past does not fulfill the BBC’s charter obligations, or for that matter, its role.
“Accordingly, I can give you no further assistance and should point out to you that should you wish to proceed with this programme, I expect you to read out, without interruption, in full and without censorship, the entire contents of this letter.
“As you well know, our party is now in receipt of at least two new supporters for every ex-Conservative supporter and I wonder if it is your Labour contacts that have interested you in this project, which has previously been utilised by a panicking Conservative Party.
“A Panorama programme aimed at explaining the workings of the EU, as your Charter obliges you to do, would be far more beneficial to the British people than a tedious BBC hatchet job at the behest of your pro-EU contacts.
“Finally, if you fail to read out and place on screen this letter in any programme you choose to broadcast, this will be brought to the attention of the BBC governors and of course OFCOM.
“This letter is my final word on the matter so please do not continue the correspondence with me.”
The Anti-Semitic movement now taking place, by trying to close shops that sell Jewish products is symptomatic of the Nazi Jewish boycott on the 1 of April 1933. Harassment and pillaging etc. this is not what England is about and it is about time that these people were brought to account. Who are these people? it is fair to say that they in the most part are probably Muslims along with the left and perhaps right-wing movements.
We have already imported violence in all of its forms into this country, but we should not tolerate for one minute Anti-Semitic movements. This government and especially the last, who encouraged the Muslim community, should be brought to account and that can be done by voting for UKIP. As for the shops who gave in to these people, they should be thoroughly ashamed.
Many of these people are destroying our once great country, the more migrants, the more votes for the Marxist Labour Party, that coupled with the anti English left wing movements could let in the LibLab and the Unions; a recipe for violence.
The social order in this country is quite clearly on the edge, the last government was intent on breaking down the social order in this country, that was evident in everything they did. Unfortunately they were successful in many ways, migrants, schools, jobs, education, their class war on the middle class, jihadists, all have suffered; yet people still vote for them?
Cameron does not have the bottle to protect us as he should. This is a man who has compromised our defence at a time when we are most vulnerable globally, yet he cannot wait to send out men out to fight in order to boost his standing on the world’s stage. Twenty thousand combat soldiers axed, whilst he is desperately trying to get part time soldiers to enlist to do his dirty work; his lack of judgement will follow many men to their grave.
Anyone who love England should vote for UKIP; this is England, save it and remember the millions who died so we could live in peace. It is no good remembering their sacrifice just once a year, let us take back our country and England.