An enjoyable evening at the winter gardens for those of us, still capable of free thought as Nigel Farage held a rally for those of us who have had enough b******* from the european union.
A bit surprised by the miserable turnout of protesters, particularly given the encouragement from Broadstairs red hall revolutionaries to be in position by 4 o'clock, still maybe these characters are beginning to understand how democracy works, people present a case you accept or question end of story.
Anyway I doubt if anyone was disappointed, speeches lasted about as long as needed, Rodger Latchford opened precedings, Janice Atkinson a candidate in next week's election, was forthright in her views, Nigel Farage, gave a good performance, with clear explanation of why leaving the EU would make no difference to our trade with Europe, even thanking Nick Clegg for his help in promoting UKIP.
Just at a tangent, I think Clegg wittered on how vehicle manufacturers wanted us to stay in Europe, during his debates with Farage, forgetting that Ford recently stopped manufacturing the Transit in the UK moving production to Turkey a non EU country.
UKIP and Nigel Farage have had smear after smear to contend with, I had a few weeks ago, a communication from another party suggesting we had a hundred days to "get" Farage, no surprise this coming from one of those engaged in smearing UKIP. Farage remind us how many Labour Tory etc. councillor had recently had their collars felt.
Getting back to business the EU is seriously corrupt and this countries sovereignty compromised, so I suggest, if you have any loyalty to this country vote for UKIP in the Euro elections.
Perhaps the most disturbing aspect involving europe is how criminal gangs are able to access this country with an unquestioned right to enter the country and involve themselves such vile trades as people trafficking and slavery, still for all those in denial, keep you head up your bottom and just ignore the reality of open boarders.