Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Kilroy in Bolton?

The election's kicked off, and I'm still busy, so this latest reader update's a day late. Anyone know if Kilroy actually made it to Bolton?

My cousin has today received a call inviting her to a "big" Veritas election
rally in Bolton tonight, 5th April.

Apparently all the big wigs in Bolton - candidates etc are coming, and guess
what - so too is Kilroy! It appears all that badge selling has paid off. He
is even bringing his wife along.

Bolton is a key area for Veritas, and the locals seem to believe they have a
chance of winning seats there. But its candidates are serious oddballs - one
is an ex-butcher who now describes himself as a "cyber-trader", and the
other say his main occupation is a "freelance sculptor".

Apparently Bolton Veritas members are "cock-a hoop" at finally getting
Kilroy to Bolton, particualry with the election kicking in. And they are
also all keen to congratulate him for "standing up to the gypos" on a TV
programme that was on Channel 4 last night.

10 Comments:

At 8:15 AM, Anonymous Geoffrey Harper-Jones said...

I had the honour of being in Bolton to hear RKS on Tuesday.

He was in cracking form and most conciliatory towards travelling people, with whom he had recently spent time during the making of a TV documentary.

I took from this an important lesson: RKS has strong views, but he also prepared to listen and alter these in the light of experience - a important quality in a leader, the sign of a man of real stature.

And there was a huge crowd in Bolton, including spies from the labour and Tory parties, who in Bolton at least are rattled. RKS dealt with them masterfully, and I was impressed too with the quality of the local candidates and I am hopeful that the area can return the first Veritas MPs to Westminster this May.

Geoffrey Harper-Jones

 
At 8:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I too was in Bolton and marvelled at the statesmanlike oratory of RKS. However, I have heard rumours that throughout the UK there is a hotbed of Veritas activity. RKS must realise that gypsies are a nationwide problem, not just in Bolton. What is he going to do ?

 
At 8:16 AM, Anonymous |Eye Witness said...

Eye witness | 06.04.2005 21:27 | Anti-racism | Social Struggles | Leeds Bradford | Manchester

Veritas have only lasted a few weeks and already their thuggery has been revealed

Old orange tan came to Bolton’ pack horse hotel to launch a new branch (which is really the old branch of ukip), he managed to get past the demonstrators and into the pack horse without much trouble and then his goons took up position at the foyer.

However, hope springs eternal and showing how bright they really are they then asked one of the demonstrators if he was looking for Dave, seeing the opportunity he said yeh and went in!

The knuckle draggers then got suspicious of what was in his bag and seeing eggs and flour decided to get even more thugs to pin him in a neck hold and then throw him out.

One of the knuckle draggers obviously had had some form of training as he used police style wrist holds.

Dibble turned up and did the usual nod and wink gesture to the wrist holder and tried to fob the protestor off. – don’t think he was having any of it!

 
At 8:18 AM, Anonymous Eye Witness said...

Eye witness | 06.04.2005 21:27 | Anti-racism | Social Struggles | Leeds Bradford | Manchester

Veritas have only lasted a few weeks and already their thuggery has been revealed

Old orange tan came to Bolton’ pack horse hotel to launch a new branch (which is really the old branch of ukip), he managed to get past the demonstrators and into the pack horse without much trouble and then his goons took up position at the foyer.

However, hope springs eternal and showing how bright they really are they then asked one of the demonstrators if he was looking for Dave, seeing the opportunity he said yeh and went in!

The knuckle draggers then got suspicious of what was in his bag and seeing eggs and flour decided to get even more thugs to pin him in a neck hold and then throw him out.

One of the knuckle draggers obviously had had some form of training as he used police style wrist holds.

Dibble turned up and did the usual nod and wink gesture to the wrist holder and tried to fob the protestor off. – don’t think he was having any of it!

 
At 7:22 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kilroy went to kiss ma babie, then reviled back in horror when seeing it was brown. His face turned to pure anger as he thumped the babie until it was black and blue. I tried to stop him, but he bitch slapped me across the room, telling me I was filthy gypo scum, not fit to breath the same air as him.
As I staggered out of the room, all the other Veritas goons threw coins at me and chanted bitch bitch bitch. When I got outside I found they have lifted my disabled car out of it's space and dumped it in the canal.
I was so distraught that I started to sob uncontrolably, which is when a fat ugly man call Dave took a flying kick at my cancer ridden puppy, called Tony and knocked him clean over the canal.
Kiljoy has ruined my life. I will never vote for him, unless he says sorry and gives me some of his money.
I also have information on how a lot of Veritas members pleasure him for his attention. One guy called Harry Kichy or something bummed him, while another called Martyn Coal gave him oral love.

It was disgusting.

 
At 4:54 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

From The BBC's web site 14th April 2005

"Euro MP Robert Kilroy-Silk has launched his Veritas Party's manifesto with an attack on multi-culturalism imposed by "liberal fascists in London....." - and there is lots more.

But where is "Stop Veritas"? at the very point vigilance is most needed. It appears Kilroy has more balls, and certainly more staying power.

To quote once more from the permatanned one (BBC site)

" We have the confidence to know that all cultures are not equal -there are some that are reprehensible are not entitled to respect and we should say so."

 
At 8:26 AM, Anonymous BEEB boy said...

Sketch By Brian Wheeler
BBC News political reporter, at Veritas' manifesto launch

"Winston - hand me a copy of the Daily Mail!" You never have to wait long for a rant at a Robert Kilroy-Silk press conference.

He started off all reasonable-sounding - his new party Veritas has worked wonders with meagre resources, he is speaking up for ordinary people against the "metropolitan elite", Michael Howard may make the right sort of noises on immigration and Europe, but only he has the guts to take real action.

But before long, the former chat show host was brandishing a copy of the Daily Mail, handed to him by the party's sports spokesman Winston Mackenzie, and - there really is no other word for it - having a bit of a rant. The story that had caught his eye was about asylum seekers queuing up to get into "open door UK".

"There they are in Calais. They are not in fear of their lives. They are not suffering... they are not being tortured."

His point was that if the young men were really fleeing persecution why weren't they claiming asylum in France, rather than queuing up to get into Britain?

Mr Kilroy-Silk didn't have "much sympathy" for the Daily Mail, he said, but now that he had it open there was another story that had caught his eye.

What about Kamel Bourgass? He was a failed asylum seeker and it costs the British taxpayer the equivalent of £143,000 to process a successful asylum claim.
"Do you want to spend £143,000 on him or do you want or do you want to spend a £143,000 on a child who is dying in Darfur?"

Mr Kilroy-Silk would end the "asylum industry" which he said cost the country £2bn a year and kept lawyers like Cherie Blair in work. He would also end "multi-culturalism" and call a halt to mass immigration.

Which cultures in particular does he find "inferior" to British culture? Ones that "chop off limbs and behead people" and suppress free speech. Did he mean certain branches of Muslim fundamentalism? He meant what he had said.
"We will not tolerate cultures that repress women and treat them as second-class citizens," he said.

In fact, Mr Kilroy-Silk had quite a list of things he would not tolerate - but, as usual, he reserved a special place for the media, whom he accused of "taking cheap shots" and "having a go".
There were so many misconceptions being peddled by the "liberal fascists" in the press corps that Mr Kilroy-Silk hardly knew where to start.

Veritas is not a vanity project or a one-man band (and, to be fair, deputy leader Damian Hockney was at his side to talk about the party's flat rate tax proposals, which they have imported from the same East European countries Mr Kilroy-Silk seemed so keen to close Britain's borders to).
And - a particular favourite of the West Midlands MEP - the media all secretly share his view that "all cultures are not equal", they just daren't express it.

He admitted that his new party was short of funds. Paul Sykes - who once backed Mr Kilroy-Silk for the leadership of UKIP - was not dipping his hand into his pocket to fund the new venture, but at least that meant they were not "beholden" to the money men.

He ended with a curious admission - he had only re-entered politics last year because had found himself with a three-week window in his schedule and he was a bit bored. He never expected to be elected as an MEP. It had "changed things and changed my life in a way which I didn't wish or intend".

Political science suggested Veritas did not stand a chance on 5 May, he admitted.
But political science has been wrong before...

 
At 2:54 AM, Anonymous Geofrey Harper-Jones said...

I see Robert Kilroy-Silk has been "bottled" by a young thug whilst canpaigning in Derbyshire. The attacker claimed his assault was down to Kilroy's "racism" - (how typical of the hypocracy of the left)

An unsavoury incident, but congratulations should go to Veritas campaigner, Alex Stevenson who swiftly carried out a citizens arrest on the young thug as he brandished his bottle outside Asda.

So how about some round condemnation from "Stop Veritas"? - of the thug, not the brave Alex.

 
At 10:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

kilroy wasn't bottled. He had about 200ml of water squirted into his smarmy mug by me. He lied to the police as getting really upset about a little bit of water is stupendously childish. Kilroy is a liar. He was being interviewed by a dutch tv crew at the time and i hope they got all the action as it will prove that i am an honest prankster and kilroy is a liar of the first order.


What is it like to be the sort of bloke who crawls up a liars arse hole?



And that Stevenson bloke has consistantly lied in everything i have read on the matter too.

 
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