On 16 Mar 2013 at 10:05pm Banned wrote:
I am writing this from another computer because I am banned.Shortly after the success of UKIP at Eastleigh one evening I posted this question on the Lewes forum."UKIP, fascists in blazers?"I was attempting to start a discussion on the political ideas of UKIP.By next morning the post had been removed and I find that I am unable to post anything from my home E mail adress.No body has informed me why I am being refused access to the forum.In the light of some of the objectionable opinions which are allowed to be expressed on this forum I wonder why I have been singled out for asking what I would maintain is a pertinent question.What do you think?Is n`t this censorship of the worst kind?
On 16 Mar 2013 at 10:11pm Utalks hit wrote:
You've probably been banned because maybe you made sense or maybe you're just another pus spewing troll like so many on here. The point is, the content on here is just controlled by one individual who removes what they want without reason or excuse. At least if there was registration people would have to stand by what they say and could challenge and be challenged. Live by the sword die by the sword. Welcome to loserville, population 1, you.
On 16 Mar 2013 at 10:11pm unlikely wrote:
Sounds rather unlikely that you were banned. I think its user error.
On 16 Mar 2013 at 10:17pm RTFM wrote:
On 17 Mar 2013 at 12:08am pe ant wrote:
I guess you'd know about touching things, actually probably not, in your case I suspect its mainly yourself.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 12:15am peasant wrote:
so criticise UKIP and you're a w@nker? class
On 17 Mar 2013 at 7:22am Sprout wrote:
Either you were banned because you are a 'pus spewing troll' as 'Utalks hit' so delicately puts it, or its a mistake. If it's a mistake contact the webmaster using the form on the site (obviously not from your banned computer).
On 17 Mar 2013 at 7:49am Phfellow2004 wrote:
I have altered the Subject matter slightly because questioning the UKIP candidates who will be standing at the forthcoming E Sussex County Council Elections about their policies for the management and good stewardship of the County will be essential. Probably from UKIP we will hear about Immigration, Crime and Europe if previous UKIP policies are anything to go by all of which have absolutely nothing to do with the real tasks of Jobs & Regeneration, Caring for Residents of all ages, Education & Learning and working to deliver a sustainable future, which means looking after the countryside, no new landfill or landraise sites, improving roads (and repairing potholes) and pressing for improvements to the A27 and A259.
Watch out for mouth watering policies from UKIP at the coming Elections in May all of which would be probably totally impossible to fulfil. I do not believe that the County Council Elections are the time to register a Protest Vote, which voting for UKIP is.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 8:38am Sussex Jim wrote:
Well said, Phfellow. It is pointless voting for any party with only one firm objective; or indeed one with no consistent policies at all, like the Liberals who simply put forward the idea that they are an alternative.
I hate being in Europe; it has wrecked my business due to legislation Prescott was forced to introduce, and I hate to see a large chunk of our taxes going to prop up the lazy French and the poorer former communist countries of the east.
We are stuck with our national government until the next general election, but in the County election in May we should use our votes wisely to elect the best candidates to deal with local issues.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 10:04am Utalks hit wrote:
SJ, you're obviously a racist, you're pathetic generalisation all French are lazy, why do you think anybody cares about your ignorant musings? Pls take the Sussex bit off your name, it's just embarrassing to our county!
On 17 Mar 2013 at 10:45am Ed Can Do wrote:
Actually, I'm hoping that a lot of people see the County Council elections as a good time for a protest vote as that will split the Tory vote and we might finally end up with a County Council that doesn't hate Lewes. The sooner we get rid of the Tories at all levels of local government round here the better really. It's just a shame it's likely to be the LibDems who benefit in their stead because their own track record on being useful and uncorrupt is pretty woeful too. Might be time for the LibDems to change the wording of their "Labour can't win here" rhetoric again because despite their proven inability to do anything useful at a national level, the Labour party locally can't be any worse than the pack of numptys who've been running things lately.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 11:11am J MacLiar wrote:
Ed can do, what exactly? What you ever actually done? Why do you think the massive majority at county will get beaten by a few policyless numpties? What exactly do you think the conservatives have done wrong at district level you factless troll? All Ed can do is talk sh1t actually!
On 17 Mar 2013 at 11:32am slightly suspect wrote:
Utalks hit, since when were the French a race? And why should the productive be penalised to support the unproductive. I love visiting France and in many ways it is a more civilised nation than Britain,I don't expect them to support me though or vise versa. I don't know anything about Sussex Jim but I think he might agree with me in valuing productivity above most other virtues. Old fashioned of course but I choose to associate with those who are prudent and industrious. It is a shameful thing to be dependent on the labour of others.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 11:47am Utalks hit wrote:
Ok, xenaphobe or bigot might be a more suitable description. But just to understand you, are your really suggesting that its ok or even accurate to describe an entire nation as lazy? I think slightly suspect is a nomenclature or nom de plume that fits you most aptly. As does troll
On 17 Mar 2013 at 12:23pm slightly suspect wrote:
I part own a property in the Alps and I said I love France,where do you get the idea of my bigotry from? The French have decided they like a large public sector and to tax high earners punitively. I happen to think that is a good thing for Britain as some of the assets will come here.I agree with you Sussex Jim was wrong to call all French lazy, in fact we are all lazy compared with the Germans. You must believe the benefits of EU membership outweigh the costs,perhaps you could list them?
On 17 Mar 2013 at 12:43pm Italy's hit wrote:
I wasn't suggesting you we're a bigot, appols if that was the impression, it was merely that SJs broad statement was indicative of his nature thus. I was questioning your support of his position, you have quite rightly agreed it was errant. I will keep my powder dry on the EU situation on this forum as it's unlikely to result in a thoughtful discussion, just interjection from troll like bigots and ignoramuses. Enjoy the alps.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 1:33pm Ed Can Do wrote:
Haha, I wonder what has to happen in a person's life to make them get so angry in support of a political party?
J MacLiar, I never said I think the Tories will lose their rural majority, I said I hoped they would, perhaps reading what someone says and making sure you understand it before getting all irate about it will help you appear less of a rabid idiot in future?
As to what the Conservatives have done at district level, the list is pretty long. ESCC has abandoned Lewes as an inconvenient hotbed of LibDem support and has wheeled out the most ridiculous and unhelpful parking scheme seen anywhere in Sussex just for us. Seeing how unpopular it was from the start, they took the decision to try to extend it into other parts of Lewes, foiled thankfully by uproar from residents. The Tories on LDC are building quite a name for themselves, featuring almost regularly in the Private Eye as an example of how not to run a council.
I'm guessing you either don't live in Lewes or work in PR for our Tory overlords. Either way you should probably leave the discussion to grown-ups and those with an IQ in double figures and stick to touching yourself while looking at pictures of Thatcher.
On 17 Mar 2013 at 1:57pm Real Woman wrote:
Maggie, there's a real woman, what's yours like, not you I suspect. The lib Dems screwed up the district without the help of county, mainly because they never asked for it. Again you are talking sh1t with no facts!
On 18 Mar 2013 at 12:36am Real Woman? wrote:
Maggie, now there's a woman who had some balls. That's what I like to see on women, balls.
On 18 Mar 2013 at 7:43am Sussex Jim wrote:
I take back calling the French lazy. What I meant to say was that they tend to introduce legislation into the EU and then fail to comply with it themselves.
And being born and bred in Sussex, from ordinary working class ancestors, I think I have a right to my title. I am on this forum trying to do my bit to maintain a normal society, against all the wreckers with their distorted views that we encounter these days.
I must go now, as I am off do do a day's work.
On 18 Mar 2013 at 7:49pm Sussex Jim wrote:
U kip if you want to: Sussex Jim is not asleep and not for turning.
On 24 Mar 2013 at 2:55pm The Super K wrote:
Having watch Nigelā??s party conference speech yesterday on Sky news, I for one will certainly be voting UKIP in May and again in the future, itā??s only the big 'worried' parties that brand them Raciest to try and worry people into not voting for them.
The NHS is at breaking point as is Social Housing (just ask Nevil Rook) by opening our already full country to another 40million people next year and if Turkey get in to another 80 Million we will be broke.
Closing our boarders and allowing controlled immigration is not a racist comment. Itā??s actually COMMON SENSE!!!!! And the main parties donā??t want to talk about it seriously, I really cant understand why!!!!(main being Con and Lab... letā??s face it Libs have no chance and only want to sign the UK over to Europe so they donā??t have to govern!)
UKIP is gaining support. Its not a bad thing ā?¦ Its UKIP NOT THE BNP!!!!!