Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Mark CROUCHER One Of Life's Excrecences

Dear Reader,

Some time ago, in her predictably professional style, Barboo quoted from a previous
posting by Mark Croucher, on British Democracy Forum, proclaiming his assiduous
pursuit of those who are of interest to Searchlight.

He was not toiling alone, for Jim Carver
was doing likewise, and they were sharing their research with ‘Unite Against Fascism’. Mr Carver is now
a MEP, and it must be presumed that their work continues. They labour for the political
soul of this nation, and Mr Croucher is also a political adviser to UKIP.

Let us reflect on these issues. UKIP in the European Parliament work with numerous
people who would not be allowed to be members of UKIP in the United Kingdom. To
complicate the matter further, on more than one occasion, the election agent for Nigel
Farage MEP, has been Martyn Heale a former district organiser for the National Front.
Against that situation, the pretence of being strict when it comes to extremism, is devoid of
all credibility and moral content.

What fatuous political advice has Mr Farage been receiving of late! The electoral support for
UKIP comes disproportionately from the older population. That group often own property which is
liable to appropriation by their respective councils to pay for residential care in old age. In addition,
one in four of the over- forties are in receipt of significant financial aid from their elderly parents.
Unemployment, divorce, mortgages and school fees, are some of the reasons for this continuing
parental assistance. Once Nigel Farage assured the electorate that an American-style insurance
scheme would be necessary for NHS  medical treatment. UKIP’s election campaign ended at
that moment. It uniformly terminated all hope of significant electoral success. As one of his political
advisers, can we see Mr Croucher’s rebuttal of Mr Farage’s NHS policies.

In Mr Croucher’s presidential role at the Chartered Institute of Journalists, is he anticipating a membership
comprising of those journalists who are avidly right-wing, and sympathetic to the Institute’ £2.5 Million nest egg
 being used for those projects which he has historically been associated?  Or, to pay off his court fines with associated interest ?

Fabius Maximus.

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