Saturday, 24 April 2010

Latest from camp Sinclaire: burning wives, disappearing billboards and illegal canvassing

The Common Man has enjoyed the aura of comedy which surrounds Camp Sinclaire and, to quote Richard Littlejohn, you couldn't make most of it up.

SAMRA candidate Trevor Eames is a case in point. Busily standing as one of Sinclaires fellow candidates, can it be the same Trevor Eames who spent several years at Her Majestys pleasure for - and this is the best bit - setting fire to his wife? The Common Man is assured that they are one and the same.

Then we have the mysteriously disappearing Conservative billboards. During the current election campaign, Solihull Conservatives have noticed their billboards disappearing at an alarming rate. The same thing happened during the European election campaign. The culprit? Josh O'Nyons, Sinclaires office manager.

And finally, as Trevor MacDonald would say, we have the mysteriously disappearing Sinclaire. Early morning shoppers in Solihull would have seen her canvassing on the High Street, and yet by 11am, she has vanished? What could be the cause? Magic? Kidnapping? No, it was the local council, who moved her on because she had failed to get the proper authority to block the pavements while handing out her toilet paper.

Tuesday, 20 April 2010

What the West Midlands membership really thinks...

The Common Man has received a copy of an interesting letter sent to Lord Pearson regarding Nikki Sinclaire. The member who wrote it has noticed some interesting similarities between an article Ms Sinclaire allegedly wrote for EU Reporter, and an article on Kikuyu independence which appeared originally in a Kenyan newspaper. Even without that, the points the author makes are illuminating and show Ms Sinclaires support is likely to crumble since she started hiring UKIP cast-offs and no-hopers to fill her office. Particularly interesting is the reappearance of Greg 'Rosie' Beaman as a paid employee on a rather handsome EU salary. Regular readers will know the last time Mr Beaman was a paid employee, he was caught spouting anti UKIP nonsense on web fora while impersonating a female - more information is here -

Saturday, 17 April 2010

Solvej (Karla) Krause - undercover journalist - picture

The Common Man thought UKIP members might be interested in seeing the latest undercover journalist to have a go at getting into UKIP. We understand that Solvej (who called herself Karla) Krause applied to work as an intern, spending two weeks with UKIP in Brussels and Strasbourg. In return for the hospitality and friendship of UKIP staff and MEPs, she set up Stuart Agnew. Hardly surprising, as she was working with Sunday Times journalist Daniel Foggo. Foggo was the journalist who asked for an exclusive on UKIPs first big non-EU related story, and then in an act of staggering bad faith, handed it on a plate to the Tories. The picture is published here for the benefit of any others who may find themselves targetted. Foggo is a close friend of convicted felon Greg Lance-Watkins.

Friday, 16 April 2010

Sinclaire, Beaman and the mad house

News reaches the Common Man of developments relating to the official UKIP forum, where dirty dealing are afoot.

Apparently, Nikki Sinclaire, Josh O'Nyons and the entire Sinclaire office have been barred from posting, with young Mr O'Nyons facing disciplinary action over his creation of multiple user IDs using UKIP membership numbers of people who were considered unlikely to use the internet.

After a sudden upsurge in the number of pro-Sinclaire posts, moderators took a look at the IP addresses of those posting under new identities. To nobodies particular surprise, although these people were supposed to be all over the country, they all seemed to have gone to Ms Sinclaires office specifically to post on the forum.

As user IDs are tied to UKIP membership numbers, calls were made to these new converts to Ms Sinclaires cause. Of four people called, none of them knew they were registered on the forum, and only one even knew of its existence. One didn't even own a computer, and had never used the internet in his life. All of them were horrified to find themselves supporting Ms Sinclaire.

This is not the first time this has happened. Ms Sinclaires postings frequently appeared from her Birmingham offices IP address while she was in Strasbourg, while whole threads of pro-Sinclaire postings were made with different identities but from the same IP address.

As Gregg 'Rosie' Beaman is now working for Ms Sinclaire, perhaps her office has been taking tips from him? Mr Beaman, for anyone who may have forgotten, has similar form as he voluntarily stood down as the north west lead candidate and salaried regional organiser after borrowing a prominent UKIP members laptop, posting vehemently anti-UKIP postings on the Democracy Forum under a false name, and then forgeting to delete them from the laptop when he handed it back.

The Common Man is not surprised to discover two things. That Ms Sinclaire, fresh from helping John Bercow in Buckingham last tuesday, has yet to demonstrate just how low she will sink to damage UKIP, and that she is gathering around her a witches brew of failed UKIP staff to help her campaign. It is lucky for UKIP that her and her ever shrinking band of followers are so incompetent. How long before she hires Mental Health Trust (patient representative) board member John West to continue her lunacy? At least he has first hand experience of a mad house.

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

A day of surprising sights on the campaign trail

The Common Man has been out on the campaign trail once again, and saw a very interesting meeting yesterday in Buckingham. While sipping a G&T in the White Hart, who should appear - miles from where they should have any business - but Nikki Sinclaire and Gary Cartwright, the liberal nazis. Surprising as that was, it was even more of a surprise to see incumbent and soon to be unemployed speaker of the Commons John Bercow enter with his campaign team shortly afterwards.

In a day of surprises, and just to top it all, they then all greeted each other cordially before the two elected members left together, with their entourages, out of the back door.

And so, revived, who should I see on my way back to the UKIP campaign office but Gary Cartwright and Mark Croucher shaking hands and chatting in the company of one of Bercows campaign team? The latter was next spotted deep in conversation with Annabelle Fuller in the campaign office.

The wheels within wheels of UKIP never leave me unsurprised.