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UKIP’s real message: don’t buy British

By April 15, 2015February 18th, 2021No Comments

General Election 2015: Cheltenham UKIP’s ‘Believe in Britain’ leaflets were printed in Germany

By jrmaidment

April 13, 2015

UKIP leaflets encouraging voters in Cheltenham to “Believe in Britain” were printed in Germany.

The party has delivered 2015 General Election campaign literature to homes in the town promoting MP candidate Christina Simmonds.

The leaflets display UKIP’s “Believe in Britain” logo and set out some of the party’s “Common Sense Policies” [shouldn’t that be common cents policies?].

The wording at the bottom of the literature states they were printed by Onlineprinters – a company based in Neustadt an der Aisch, a small town in Bavaria, Germany.

Mrs Simmonds said: “We believe in business and we believe in getting a good deal and it was a good deal.

“They provided excellent service.

“Why wouldn’t we trade and do business with people in Germany?”

Mrs Simmonds said the party did look to get the leaflets printed in Gloucestershire.

“They could not provide us with the quality of service and the price,” she said [I don’t believe a local printer couldn’t have offered a better deal].

Mrs Simmonds told the Echo getting the leaflets printed in Germany was a “simple business decision”.

“There is no agenda behind any of it,” she said.

UKIP’s campaign literature in Cheltenham tells voters: “Vote Lib Dem get Tory. Vote Tory, get broken promises” [and vote pro-immigration, europhile UKIP, get Kanzler Merkel!]

Read more: http://www.gloucestershireecho.co.uk/General-Election-2015-Cheltenham-UKIP-s-Believe/story-26325765-detail/story.html#ixzz3XOg4CIOW

Patria says:-

How many more examples of UKIP’s blatant self-seeking hypocrisy must come to light before our people see this bunch of greedy chancers for what they really are?

What wouldn’t these people, whose god is money, sell for factional advantage and to hell with the country? Patriots should ask themselves the question: what kind of people are known to have no particular loyalty to the country in which they happen to reside?

Surely no patriot worthy of the name is still supporting this shower of greedy incompetents.

‘Do as we say, don’t do as we do’ sums up UKIP’s tawdry political philosophy in a nutshell.

Patria is the one and only party with both the courage and the intelligence to put our people first.

Patria, the Home of Patriots, neither left nor right but patriotic.

To save the country for your grandchildren: Vote Patria on 7 May!