The curious case of Godfrey Bloom and the EAF

Godfrey Bloom, the UKIP MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber, has previously stated that he “temporarily” joined the European Alliance for Freedom (EAF) “to see what it was about”. The EAF is a far-right pan-European party of Eurosceptics that includes France’s Front National and Belgium’s Vlaams Belang. This video, featured on Junius on UKIP, blows Blooms’s story out of the water. I should point out that this blog is run by former members of UKIP who left because of “EUKIP lies and corruption” (their words)… no doubt Farage’s planet-sized ego also played a part in their decision to abandon UKIP.

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  1. Pingback: UKIP did well but that doesn’t mean that they’re not a far-right party (or liars) | Guy Debord's Cat

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