I'm Not A Member, Yet.
I have said this before but I really think it bears repeating. Our political establishment is in disarray. The Boy is but that. An immature, rather privileged young man obsessed with his own place in history as was Bliar. Milibad and his ilk are just people who cleave to the Labour and Union flags. They feel a moral advantage but in truth are even worse in their subjugation of their trailer trash, gullible supporters, who stupidly look around their slum existence and never query as to why it never improves, despite their Labour MPs existence.
Now regardless of UKIP's structure, leadership or policy, they really are all we have, right now, to make a difference.A wholesale, common sense and moral stance by any MP, whichever party, could do to change our society, its politics and its corrupt establishment, would be to defect to this party.
We are ruled by fear.Such a dramatic success for a minority party would totally change the landscape. It matters not the immediate consequences of such a tsunami of allegiance to a better future. It would be the switching of fear from them to us, turned back on them.
I am a conservative in principle, big "c" and small "c". I know that is the way. It is not the prerogative of a Toff's idealogical selfish hubris to tell me what I should think or be allied to, because he says so. I am slowly seeing the chameleon as just that. A different hue dependent on the moment. I am seeing him as a polished, more careful nose picker than Snotty himself. A weak, vain and unpleasant sycophant, not even fit to be seen as heir to Bliar.
Am I wrong here? Is touting dinner with "me" at £250,000 a pop not the most dreadful abuse of vanity you can think of? Even worse, the prat employed a hit man to promote this arrogance. I tell you what, for 300 quid a night you can stay here. Superb food, great company and a fabulous tour of the garden. Thing is, I value my privacy at a much higher price so you can't. Mind you, maybe at 10% of The Boy's levy, you could be in with a chance! Call me.