Farage and Edinburgh protest am the first to post on this ?

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"Dozens" shouting "racist nazi scum". Sound like an informed bunch, don't they?
 
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Members of the Cameron clan obviously.
 
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"Dozens" shouting "racist nazi scum". Sound like an informed bunch, don't they?
Anybody else see the irony of calling somebody who's married to a German woman and is trying to promote democracy as a Racist and a Nazi.
 
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Never married.

My missus is swanning round the Grassmarket. Should I let her know?
 
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From what I know of Nigel Farage, I'm sure that he would consider there to be far worse places in which to be forcibly held.
I would imagine that the plod had to drag him out. There is a rumour where I am that Nigel is going to stand against Damien Collins in Shepway (Folkestone and Hythe). Best of luck to him!
 
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This just goes to prove how intolerant the hard left are of anyone else's opinion, to the extent that attempted intimidation perfectly admissible in an attempt to 'silence' elected politicians, no matter what their political orientation, by those who will never be elected. Remember, if you aren't with them then you must be some sort of 'fascist'. Just my humble opinion.....

Mind you, from what I've seen of Nigel Farage (and I voted UKIP in the recent council elections) he wouldn't have been remotely bothered by all this. He doesn't come across as easily scared and this would have been the perfect opportunity for an extra pint and maybe to take some photos of the lefties through the window.
 
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I would imagine that the plod had to drag him out. There is a rumour where I am that Nigel is going to stand against Damien Collins in Shepway (Folkestone and Hythe). Best of luck to him!
ACAB, one to watch in Kent could be Tonbridge & Malling. The current MP, Sir John Stanley is standing down at the next General Election. There will be plenty of wannabe Tory MP's throwing their hats into the ring for that particular safe seat.
 
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Anybody else see the irony of calling somebody who's married to a German woman and is trying to promote democracy as a Racist and a Nazi.
I do not consider Farage to be either racist nor a Nazi.

However, the manner in which he conducts his politics is reminicent of how several 20th century socialist dictators came to power. So, I can understand, albeit disgree, how some people have made the leap.
 
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Members of the Cameron clan obviously.
If Cameron is anything like Thatcher, they've probably been put up to it by the Security Service.
 
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This just goes to prove how intolerant the hard left are of anyone else's opinion, to the extent that attempted intimidation perfectly admissible in an attempt to 'silence' elected politicians, no matter what their political orientation, by those who will never be elected. Remember, if you aren't with them then you must be some sort of 'fascist'.
Which is remarkable given that Fascism is from the left side of the political spectrum.
 
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I had to look up UAF. I notice that Doreen Lawrence is honorary president. Now there is someone who has managed to turn a personal tragedy into an industry.
 
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ACAB, one to watch in Kent could be Tonbridge & Malling. The current MP, Sir John Stanley is standing down at the next General Election. There will be plenty of wannabe Tory MP's throwing their hats into the ring for that particular safe seat.
There will be no 'hats thrown in the ring'. I believe Cameron prefers parachutes!
 

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