If there’s only one thing that the LibLabCon publicly agrees on, it’s that UKIP is a bigger threat to them than their official ‘opponents’. You know? Their ultimate enemies that agree on everything except for colour of their rosettes.
The full length documentary (may, or may not work for you outside the UK. (*cough* VPN *cough*))
And…back to reality. ‘UKIP: The First 100 Days’
The controversial Channel 4 programme ‘UKIP: The First 100 Days’ appears to have spectacularly backfired on the broadcaster as regulator Ofcom reveals it has had over two thousand complaints since the programme was aired on Monday evening.
The “mockumentary”, screened while the election campaign is being fought but outside of the technical time period when impartiality on the part of certain broadcasters must be shown, tried to imply that a UKIP government would see race riots on the streets, a collapse in the FTSE and a rush on money leaving the country as the government forcibly raided properties without warrants.
On Monday, Breitbart London exclusively revealed that the director and writer, Chris Atkins, is appearing at Southwark Crown Court this Friday for a pre-trial hearing after he and 12 others were accused of Cheating the Public Revenue over a tax evasion scheme estimated at £2.5 million.
And now communications regulator Ofcom has divulged that 2,442 people have contacted them to complain about the programme, with another 250 at least complaining directly to Channel 4. The broadcaster did not specify the nature of the comments but it is likely that the majority were critical.
A spokesman said: “Ofcom has received 2,442 complaints about UKIP: the First 100 Days on Channel 4. We will assess these complaints before deciding whether to investigate or not.”
Yes folks, the poison starts early in the General Election campaigning. This POS was broadcast by Channel 4, a TV company that receives part of its revenue from the ‘BBC’ licence fee. Failure to pay for a TV licence results in people going to gaol in the UK.
HM Breitbart-London is fighting back with a series of articles in a similar vein.
Who’d destroy Britain fastest: The Greens or Russell Brand? part 1
Part 1 is about the Greens. The leader of the lentil worshippers is Aussie Natalie Bennett. Here she is having her party’s policies questioned just months before the election date. See what you reckon…fit for power? Or (to continue the 50SOG theme) fit for muzzling and a padded cell?