Tuesday, 17 August 2010


Hello again folks! I like Lord Pearson. Not only is he a member of the establishment who stands up for his country against the EU 'Beast'; he is well aware of the threat of the creeping islamist threat via Eurabia. He took over a difficult job in succeeding Nigel Farage and he did increase the net UKIP vote in his one year tenure. Yes; he did make one or two gaffes; but who doesn't? UKIP @ Wolverhampton declined to get involved in the furore over his support of Tory EU-sceptic candidates [in favour of UKIP candidates] during the General Election - and rightly so. It was not the time and the place for any infighting. And it still isn't. Lord Pearson is 68 years of age and has done a creditable job in captaining the UKIP ship through choppy waters. We should thank him for his contribution ... and look ahead.

UKIP does need a bright; young; passionate and indeed media-savvy leader next. And we need the new leader [whoever he turns out to be] to hang around for an extended period. UKIP needs stability in its leadership in order to grow and bear fruit .... especially in the last Parliament before the UK puts the Euro issue to the people. The general public need to perceive UKIP as a creditable party but any perception will be tainted if the man at the top keeps being changed on a seemingly regular basis. My vote would be for Nigel Farage to be invited back as Leader but with a much stronger support structure. He is a gentastic public speaker; is still perceived as the 'voice of UKIP' and we need him at this time - in my own personal opinion.

Like I said before; any secular &/or political entity that terms the EU as the 'Beast' should be at the very least noted by Bible-believing [True] Christians; if they have a firm grip on their eschatology or as it is also sometimes termed: 'End Times' theology. Real Bereans [Acts 17:11] are truly needed; watchmen must warn; evangelists must compel; DO NOT BE DECEIVED and watch that periphery!

God bless you and God bless Israel ... KJS ... 17-Aug-2010

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