Steve Batkin - Thursday. 2.2.2017:
Who's Running 'Opposition' In Stoke By-Election?
Above image viewers' left with spectacles and striped tie is the United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP) leader Paul Nuttall; viewers' right laughing hysterically is former UKIP leader Nigel Farage: there's plenty to smile about both men are Members of the European Parliament (MEP) and have made themselves a great deal of money from the public purse. It's possible men like these start out with good intentions and want to see a change in British politics for the better but somewhere along the road they and their party gets noticed: sinister forces linked to global banking and media realize that if similar political right-wing parties are encouraged to compete against each other in electoral contests they divide each other and then cancel each other out -- hence the political establishment's funding of UKIP! Mr Nuttall lives outside the city of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire (parachutist) and is standing in the forthcoming by-election in the constituency of Stoke Central on Thursday. 23. February. 2017. I've examined the list of parties and candidates in the bye-election and noticed there are several right-wing parties and candidates competing against each other.
Zionists Who Own British Newspapers Emerge.
Above image viewers' left is former UKIP leader Nigel Farage receiving a large donation from the wealthy newspaper proprietor Richard Desmond, Mr Desmond owns the British newspaper the Daily Express: the Daily Express poses as a British newspaper which is very anti-immigration, cheap workers (right-wing) but to me this's just a honey trap; I've had personal dealings with this newspaper where its staff made promises to me on several occasions then let me down every time. Anyway the British public are unaware of Mr Desmond's false promises along with the deceptive 'right-wing' game he's playing with the British people and also his links to global banking, Zionism and the support he gives to Israel (Norwood) regarding the illegal cruel occupation of the Palestinian people. Mr Desmond used to fund the Labour Party (left-wing) with UKIP being generally perceived as its main opposition in working class areas like the Stoke Central constituency. The city of Stoke-on-Trent lost most of its industry decades ago through globalism: much of the population of this once proud city has become very demoralised and resorted to alcoholism, drug addiction, depression and 'sickness' benefits -- many young people have already died well before their time.
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