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Looks like the great white dream of UKIP doing something about the property crises is over..

"Our investigation, with the GMB union, comes after it was revealed yesterday that UKIP’s housing spokesman Andrew Charalambous was making a fortune off migrant tenants on welfare – despite leader Nigel Farage calling for a ban on foreigners claiming the cash.

The millionaire pocketed £745,351 in housing benefit from occupants, who he admitted included immigrants."

Men of the people in 'just another bunch of posh parasite troughers shock'

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Looks like the great white dream of UKIP doing something about the property crises is over..

"Our investigation, with the GMB union, comes after it was revealed yesterday that UKIP’s housing spokesman Andrew Charalambous was making a fortune off migrant tenants on welfare – despite leader Nigel Farage calling for a ban on foreigners claiming the cash.

The millionaire pocketed £745,351 in housing benefit from occupants, who he admitted included immigrants."

Men of the people in 'just another bunch of posh parasite troughers shock'

Yes this has been discussed many times you brain dead liblabcon voter.

Just think a Turkey not voting for Xmas has more intelligence than you.

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Really. I missed it. Assuming it makes more sense than your reply, can you point me to the direction of that thread or give me the general gist of the UKIP apologists arguments?

The argument as far as I can tell, is that this shower of sh!ts aren't in power yet, unlike the current shower of sh!ts in the LibLabCon cartel.

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Looks like the great white dream of UKIP doing something about the property crises is over..

I don't think this has anything to do with people voting UKIP.

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Really. I missed it. Assuming it makes more sense than your reply, can you point me to the direction of that thread or give me the general gist of the UKIP apologists arguments?

Why would i help someone who starts a thread referring to people who want to get rid of the status quo as numpties.

Never understand why you liblabcon drones come onto this website as its the politicians you voted for that have created this situation and the fact you're going to vote for them again shows you are content with the status quo.

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Why would i help someone who starts a thread referring to people who want to get rid of the status quo as numpties.

Never understand why you liblabcon drones come onto this website as its the politicians you voted for that have created this situation and the fact you're going to vote for them again shows you are content with the status quo.

Why do you automatically assume that I vote for the main three parties? Is it impossible to understand that not wanting to vote for a bunch of posh, city boys (who are clearly just the same as the other main three favours of shite but in a different packet) doesn't automatically make me a supporter of the status quo?

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Why do you automatically assume that I vote for the main three parties? Is it impossible to understand that not wanting to vote for a bunch of posh, city boys (who are clearly just the same as the other main three favours of shite but in a different packet) doesn't automatically make me a supporter of the status quo?

Am confused now, are you a numpty UKIP supporter too?

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Why do you automatically assume that I vote for the main three parties? Is it impossible to understand that not wanting to vote for a bunch of posh, city boys (who are clearly just the same as the other main three favours of shite but in a different packet) doesn't automatically make me a supporter of the status quo?

As you start your topic with an insult to anyone who votes UKIP or sympathises with their position, this is exactly what LIBLABCON voters do.

You may of course live in Scotland, N Ireland or Wales and vote for one of their nationalist parties, or you could be a braindead Greens who wish to open the doors to the entire world in Britain .. hardly a policy that is sustainable or is going to help property become affordable.

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As you start your topic with an insult to anyone who votes UKIP or sympathises with their position, this is exactly what LIBLABCON voters do.

That is true - unwise by the OP.

But still, any HPCer supporting a party that has this guy in charge of housing policy has some 'splaining to do. Or not - impossible to explain away.

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As you start your topic with an insult to anyone who votes UKIP or sympathises with their position, this is exactly what LIBLABCON voters do.

King: A Duck! (all look and stare at king)

Sir Vladimir: Exactly! So, logically...

Peasant (thinking): If she weighs the same as a duck... she's made of wood!

Sir Vladimir: And therefore?

Peasant: A witch!

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That is true - unwise by the OP.

But still, any HPCer supporting a party that has this guy in charge of housing policy has some 'splaining to do. Or not - impossible to explain away.

So long as UKIP stop supporting the banks then property prices will crash, i believe they are far closer to being smaller govt capitalists than anything else on offer.

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So long as UKIP stop supporting the banks then property prices will crash, i believe they are far closer to being smaller govt capitalists than anything else on offer.

Of course they will. ;)

You see that permanent grin on Farage's face? He's not laughing with you.

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Of course they will. ;)

You see that permanent grin on Farage's face? He's not laughing with you.

I wasnt going to vote UKIP as i wasnt going to vote, but due to f'en morons like you i'll make sure i do and get the 2 other voters in my household to do the same.

Fluffy liberal lefties are UKIPs best weapon.

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Of course they will. ;)

You see that permanent grin on Farage's face? He's not laughing with you.

Well obviously not if you vote Liberal, Labour or Conservative.

While voting UKIP may not change things, I know voting Red, Yellow or Blue will not change things.

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Question for the liblabcon numpties then. What is it that you actually think the downside of voting UKIP is?

They're not peasants who are down to their last penny and actually need some money from rich people to get their message out.

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Question for the liblabcon numpties then. What is it that you actually think the downside of voting UKIP is?

I'm not one but I'll answer on their behalf. They are a bunch of ex-city boy NIMBYS and ex-Tory bung taking chancers who have pledge to protect the green belt and are funded by Investment bankers. Nothing about them suggests that they are going to do anything that makes housing more affordable (apart from get tough on immigrants which is an easy win for courting the votes of imbeciles but doesn't get to the root of the problem.)

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Voting UKIP is not an end in itself.

Breaking the 3 party system that has got us to this point IS.

Breaking ever more concentrated and distant regulation / control, ie from the EU, IS.

Then it will be easier to vote in an entity that will be more responsive to local demands if UKIP are not the one.

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Yet another fence sitter coming on here slagging people off for having a view.

Everyone's entitled to an opinion, it doesn't make them a numpty or imbecile.

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I'm not one but I'll answer on their behalf. They are a bunch of ex-city boy NIMBYS and ex-Tory bung taking chancers who have pledge to protect the green belt and are funded by Investment bankers. Nothing about them suggests that they are going to do anything that makes housing more affordable (apart from get tough on immigrants which is an easy win for courting the votes of imbeciles but doesn't get to the root of the problem.)

So you are saying it won't change anything. But what's the downside?

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So you are saying it won't change anything. But what's the downside?

The upside is that we only get an idiocracy and pretty much complete the descent into the politics of personality, which gained speed with Boris, where the only thing you need to get elected is being a half decent kind of bloke who features regularly on Have I Got News For You, no real policies and some rich vested interests to bankroll you. The downside is the election of the acceptable face of fascism.

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The upside is that we only get an idiocracy and pretty much complete the descent into the politics of personality, which gained speed with Boris, where the only thing you need to get elected is being a half decent kind of bloke who features regularly on Have I Got News For You, no real policies and some rich vested interests to bankroll you. The downside is the election of the acceptable face of fascism.

Fascism, there it is... was waiting for that one :lol:

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