The Fox is in the Hen House

Started by Alex, July 09, 2024, 10:22:33 AM

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Alex


klondike

:grin: :grin: :grin:

They'll get media coverage which is what counts. Opposition parties don't usually get a look in but Farage does.

Diasi

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klondike

The real foxes are the 5 from the (unofficial) Hamas party. 

Cassandra

Lets hope Ben Habib can get in soon via a bi-election. A good mind and in my opinion, 2nd only as a communicator to Nigel himself. He got 3rd place and 9,546 votes as the Tories lost the 'cancelled' Peter Bone's previous constituency with 12,587 still voting dark blue in Wellingborough and Ramsden to Labour's haul at 17,734.

This is one seat that with application Reform can take off the Islington Windmill Party, after the impending socialist annihilation of freedoms, quite quickly grinds people down.
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Alex

Before Nigel returned I always thought Ben Habib would have made a better leader than Richard Tice, he knows his stuff and seems like a really nice fella too  :upvote: Hope we see him as an MP one day....

GrannyMac

We're fans of Ben Habib too.  His presence might shut up some of the detractors who think Reform is racist. 
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JBR

Quote from: GrannyMac on July 09, 2024, 01:55:48 PMWe're fans of Ben Habib too.  His presence might shut up some of the detractors who think Reform is racist.
Good point.  I agree.
I often see comments suggesting that Reform is racist, yet there is never any evidence to support them.
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klondike

After Nigel Farage pointed out that he'd warned the EU that their actions would lead to a war between Russia and Ukraine he is suddenly a Putin apologist too.

They will throw any mud they can at Farage and Reform. That's because they fear that their jobs or their favourite bunch of chancers are threatened by Reform.

Some unsavoury characters do migrate towards Reform. Probably fewer than migrate towards any of the other parties though.
Labour used to attract anti-Semites and probably still does.
The Greens are thinly disguised Marxists.
The Conservatives attract crooks.
The LibDems attract idiots.

Alex


JBR

Quote from: klondike on July 09, 2024, 06:38:09 PMThey will throw any mud they can at Farage and Reform. That's because they fear that their jobs or their favourite bunch of chancers are threatened by Reform.

In a nutshell.  Despite them only gaining five seats this time, it seems that many of the other parties may be a little scared of Reform.
That suggests that Reform might gain many more seats next time, especially if Labour cocks things up.
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JBR

Quote from: Michael Rolls on July 10, 2024, 06:04:33 AMdon't you mean when?
I agree.  People are beginning to wake up now.
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