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by UKIP Whistle-blower 2 (an awake UKIP member and EU analyst)
Nigel Farage has plumbed a remarkable new low, it seems, as he boasts of his tally of pregnancies.
"Maybe it's because I've got so many women pregnant over the years that I have a different view [of maternity leave]."
This would be hard to make up, were it not in print.
Who are these women? That we know, Farage has had two wives, both of whom bore
him children. Given there were 'so many' pregnancies, who are the other women?
Are there illegitimate children or were the foetuses aborted?
One would not usually refer to the private life of a politician but this is different: Nigel Farage has boasted of his conduct, so questions are apposite.
The author has never met anyone of whom he can recall, who has boasted publicly of this type of astonishing behaviour. Certainly, he has never heard of any politician doing so, even although some are found to have 'love children', to their humiliation.
What message does this boast send to Nigel Farage's family? What message does it send to female voters to hear of a man who boasts of this type of activity?
We know from the Independent that Farage has enjoyed the attention of at least
It is clear, so long as Nigel Farage runs Ukip, that such moral standards set an example in the party. Thank Heavens these standards do not govern the nation.
Farage, with his enormous ego, just cannot help boasting of his activities. Some years ago, he boasted to disgraced Labour MP, Denis Macshane, of how he had withdrawn £2m of expenses since he had become an MEP.
The Telegraph article, under reference, also carries a photograph of Farage with an empty beer glass on his head, as he poses in front of - presumably - press cameras with a drunken grin more typical of some lager lout out on the lash in
the South of Spain.
The journal reports a number of further quotes, at which Farage boasts of his drinking prowess.
This is pathetic. It brings our party into disrepute. It sends a signal to the voters that Ukip is run by an irresponsible semi-lout, who has shaped the party in his image.
The more conspiratorial of Ukip members have long maintained that Farage has been a creation of the media and BBC's Question Time in particular. When it is appreciated how ill-suited he is to represent the public, from his ridiculous quotes, then they have a point. Those that the media create, they can quickly destroy.
Farage passed his 'sell-by' date a long time ago. His resignation from Ukip and subsequent U turn, after the General Election, created a pathetic character of ridicule.
The sooner we get rid of this smooth-talking, irresponsible salesman, the better for the party and its ordinary members. Until then, ironically, Farage's presence in Ukip can only indirectly serve the purpose of the EU: it will direct patriotic funding, support and effort into a dead end, where it can be compromised.
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We were contacted by Lizzy Vaid, the young lady referenced in the preceding article.
Ms Vaid was misrepresented as an average UKIP voter until it was revealed she'd been anything but organically plucked from the streets as the following advertisement implies.
With that said, the EKP are not in the business of attacking young women for the indiscretions of their married bosses.
We would however like to ask the 'UKIP Events Manager', who feels our covering Mr Farage's indiscretions is 'sexist', why she's failed to recognise that the only examples of misogyny and sexism in this story are in Mr Farage's own actions, words and behaviour?
And this isn't the first scandal of this sort to rock UKIP.
Half Pakistani Labour liar and Freddy Mercury lookalike, Natasha Bolter, earlier conned her way into UKIP and both Roger Bird and David Soutter's pants and wallet. We will leave that sordid tale, and more evidence of UKIP's immorality, for another day. >>>> see photos