Carl Mason on UKIP corruption: Fool Britannia, so Britons ever shall be slaves

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Carl Mason, former British Army, patriot, father, and security chief for British Renaissance


Politician: A person who practices politics.

“Politics” is derived from the words “poly” meaning “many”, and “tics” meaning “blood-sucking parasites.” 😉

My experience with UKIP, the United Kingdom Independence Party, was twofold:

  • They (and their leader, Nigel Farage), to be fair, did succeed in getting the Yes vote on “Brexit” (or so it seems – the British Exit from the Soviet European Union has not yet been implemented in the slightest, months later)
  • BUT this UKIP is just as corrupt,
  • just as pro-Islam ….


  • and just as anti-white-British as are all the other parties…



The brutal fact is that UKIP was designed for two purposes.

As longtime British National Party (BNP) head and Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Nick Griffin said in a revealing video interview with Jack Sen — see,


UKIP was created

1) for promoting the Brexit and

2) to sap voter support for the BNP.

Under Nick Griffin (for all his flaws), the BNP at least consisted of true nationalists who love the indigenous British peoples, and their ancient rights and freedoms. and therefore oppose talmudic zionism.

As the famous “Rule, Britannia” song goes (sung very amusingly and with great spirit at the Royal Albert Hal in London by Sarah Connolly, wearing a historic Royal Navy officer’s uniform), “Britons never shall be slaves.”




And that is the Britain which I enlisted to serve in the British Army, an ancient and historic island kingdom of free men and women, who live life with honour and their heads held high.




Nigel Farage, a former City of London stockbroker, actually admitted that his proudest achievement with UKIP, after the Yes vote on Brexit, was undermining the nationalist BNP.


Entrance to the City of London financial district





Here are some examples now of UKIP corruption:

…..Top UKIP candidate fined for employing illegal aliens, not Brits

Ukip candidate’s family restaurant fined over illegal immigrants

Amjad Bashir, whose sons run Zouk in Manchester, confirms staff were arrested and firm fined for breaking immigration law. He would not confirm how much the restaurant was fined for employing illegal immigrants.

Friday 16 May 2014 07.55 EDT
Last modified on Friday 7 October 2016 05.25 EDT


A restaurant run by the sons of one of Ukip’s top candidates in next week’s European elections was fined last year for employing illegal immigrants, it has emerged.

Amjad Bashir, Ukip’s spokesman for small businesses and one of the party’s few non-white members, confirmed on Friday that four workers at Zouk, his family’s curry house in Manchester, were arrested last June for what he called minor immigration offences. The upmarket restaurant was subsequently fined, he said, insisting that the penalty was nowhere near the £70,000 reported by the Times.

However, Bashir would confirm neither exactly how much the restaurant was fined nor what the workers or firm had done to break immigration law. The 61-year-old, who is very likely to be elected in Yorkshire next Thursday, said the business was mounting a legal challenge against the sanctions. He blamed government bureaucracy for the legal breach, saying businesses were unfairly forced to do the job of the

Zouk is run by Bashir’s two sons, Tayub, 32, and Mudassar, 31. They also run a sister restaurant in Bradford, Zouk Tea Bar & Grill, which their father opened in October 2006.

Bashir claims he had stepped down from the family business before the raid. Records kept by Companies House show he resigned as a director of Zouk Group Limited and four related companies on 6 May 2013, a month before the visit from immigration officials. But the resignation was not filed electronically with Companies House until 3 June, two days after the raid.

Zouk featured prominently in Ukip’s last party political broadcast.

A spokeswoman for the Home Office said on Friday that seven immigration offenders were arrested at Zouk on 1 June 2013 but could not confirm how many were eventually found guilty.

In a phone interview on Friday, Bashir blamed the government for forcing too much bureaucracy on firms, insisting it was the border agency’s job to make immigration checks, not that of businesses.

“This is a dereliction of duty on the part of the government. What I mean is, border control and immigration control is the role of the government. What’s it got to do with businesses? Are we trained in

“They are asking businesses to carry out their work, not just in immigration but almost everything – tax collection, VAT collection. All sorts of legislation has been put on businesses, which is not right. This is why I became a politician, to say this is the role of government, not business. Businesses are there to create jobs. They are there to make money for themselves and their employees.”

Bashir said he set up Zouk in Manchester in 2009 but “never had a hands-on role” and only recently became aware of the immigration raid and subsequent fine.

He denied it was hypocritical for his family firm to employ illegal workers when his party took such a tough line on immigration.

“It’s a democratic country. If laws are imposed we’ve got to challenge them. We can’t just say, ‘That’s fine’ … Why are there 120,000 laws already coming from the EU and growing every day? And more laws coming out from parliament? The bureaucracy is killing businesses. Bureaucracy and taxation is killing businesses. So it’s hypocritical of the government to ask businesses to do this.”

He said the company didn’t employ illegal immigrants. “Hundreds of thousands of businesses are raided, or been visited. Hundreds of thousands, right. And it’s for minor infringements, right. It’s not that they are deliberately employing illegal people, not at all.”

Speaking on LBC Radio, Nigel Farage, defended Bashir. “Be a little bit careful on that story; he founded a business of which he is no longer a director of, his sons run it, they have got a big row going on. He’s resigned as a director but he wasn’t responsible for the day-to-day running of it. However, I’ve spoken to him this morning; he said they made checks and they are in dispute with the immigration authorities and they’ve gone to appeal.”

Bashir is second on Ukip’s list of candidates for the European election in Yorkshire. Anthony Wells, a polling expert at YouGov, said Ukip was very likely to win at least two of the six seats being contested in the region.

At the last European poll in 2010, Ukip won one seat in the county: Godfrey Bloom become the MEP. He is currently serving as an independent MEP after being thrown out of the party for making disparaging remarks about women and foreigners from “bongo bongo land”.

Bloom is not standing again. Nor is Andrew Brons, originally elected on a British National party ticket, but also now an independent after falling out with Nick Griffin, the leader of the far-right party. Ukip is expected to win both those seats plus a possible third in Yorkshire.


Well, after that, the great patriot Bashir jumped ship and joined the openly anti-Brexit Tories of David Cameron, who predicted the econo0my would collapse and the Russians would likely nuke us all  if Britain left the EU…. though our country did quite well without it for, say, most of the last 1500 years.



…..UKIP polytick in Wales confesses he employs dozens of Filipinos

Wikipedia shows this “Welshman” is quite the international man of mystery:

Gill [who is English] then moved back to Wales, where he now lives in Llangefni, Isle of Anglesey, with his American wife Jana,[1][6] and five children.[7] The family are practising Mormons.[1]–7211633

Ukip MEP admits he employed ‘dozens’ of migrant workers


06:41, 4 Jun 2014
By Martin Shipton

Nathan Gill defends use of Eastern European and Filipino workers in his family care company

Wales’ newly-elected Ukip MEP says he sees no inconsistency between his party’s stance on immigration and the fact that he employed “dozens” of eastern European and Filipino workers in a care company.

It has emerged that Mr Gill, who lives in Anglesey, was a director of a number of family businesses that owned property and provided care services on contract to Hull City Council in Yorkshire.

He yesterday confirmed he had employed “dozens” of immigrants from new EU countries like Poland and others from the Philippines. He also said he had provided “bunkhouse” accommodation for employees and others who had migrated from eastern Europe.

One of Ukip’s major campaign policies at the recent election was its opposition to unlimited migration from other EU countries.

Campaign poster by UKIP candidate Jack Sen, whom Farage later expelled for criticising a talmudic zionist, Luciana Berger


Mr Gill said: “We employed people from overseas because we could not find local workers to do the jobs. We had a care home of our own, but mostly our workers were employed on home care contracts we had with Hull City Council and other organisations. The workers were paid more than the minimum wage, but not massively more.

“The amount we could afford to pay was determined by the amount of money we received from the council.

“Working in care is quite tough and we had a big turnover of staff. The bunkhouses were temporary accommodation we offered to people coming from overseas until they could get something more permanent. We charged £50 a week inclusive of electricity to people who would be earning between £200 and £300 a week. I wish I had that proportion of spending money left after paying my mortgage.”

Mr Gill said he did not consider there was any inconsistency between his role as a Ukip politician advocating Ukip’s policies and his previous role as someone involved in importing labour from overseas.

He said: “So far as the workers from the Philippines were concerned, it was not at all easy to get work permits. We had to demonstrate the lengths we had gone to in trying to recruit local labour. Work permits would not have been granted if we could have recruited locally.

“We didn’t need work permits for people coming in from Poland and other new EU countries because they had a right to come to the UK and work. But based on our difficulty in recruiting local people, I would imagine there would have been no difficulty getting work permits if that had been necessary.

“My focus at the time was to employ people who would enable us to fulfil as a business the care contracts we had. I can see how this could look bad, but it’s a case of ‘damned if you do and damned if you don’t’. If we hadn’t employed people from overseas, we’d have been called racist. The fact that we did employ immigrants is leading to charges of hypocrisy. But Ukip has never said it wants to stop all immigration – it wants to limit the numbers.”

Mr Gill said his family firm, Burgill Ltd, had crashed with a deficiency of £116,000 when the HSBC ended its borrowing facility in the wake of the banking crisis.

A Welsh Labour spokesman said: “That Nathan Gill cannot see the hypocrisy of his actions is totally unbelievable. This is hugely embarrassing for him given only two weeks after he was elected on an anti-immigration platform.

“Having made a living on the backs of cheap labour from eastern Europe it is utterly shameful for him to then stand on a populist platform and decry immigration in an attempt to get elected. Rather than pretend he’s done nothing wrong, Nathan Gill should publicly apologise for his behaviour.”

…….Dodgy son of Greek Cypriot with faked CV is UKIP Housing spokesman


Meet the Ukip housing spokesman raking in £800,000 in Housing Benefit

Ukip’s spokesman for housing and environment, Andrew Charalambous, has received over £1.5m in Housing Benefit over two years for housing vulnerable tena

PA Wire/PA Photos

Ukip has made a name for itself by demanding new migrants stop receiving various benefits, yet their housing and environment spokesman is making a fortune off existing migrants on benefits, thanks to the way benefits are distributed.

Millionaire Mr Charalambous is a major landlord and personally owns HUNDREDS of properties in London. And he’s making a lot of money from a system he doesn’t believe in.

The party is keen to restrict the welfare state. Yet some of the main beneficiaries of the welfare spending in the London council of Haringey have been people like Mr Charalambous.

Raking in a fortune

Mr Charalambous received £826,395 from Haringey Council in housing benefit last year, according to Freedom of Information requests sent by the union GMB.

The year prior to that, he’d made £745,351 from Haringey in housing benefit.

In both cases the true amount that he’s been paid will likely be higher, because some housing benefit is paid to the tenants themselves and then gets paid to landlords, according to the DWP.

Use our interactive to find out about Housing Benefit millionaires in YOUR area

Around one in six of his tenants are migrants

The Ukip housing spokesman owns “several hundred” properties, and foreign nationals account for around 14 per cent of his tenants, according to the Ukip press office.

Asked whether he believes he is hypocritical for taking on migrants as tenants, he said, through the Ukip press office: “Until there is sufficient social housing in our country it is the moral duty of landlords to take on housing benefit tenants.

“Most private landlords prefer to rent to non-housing benefit tenants where they are likely to receive higher rents. Indeed, the number of private landlords willing to accept housing benefit tenants is declining.”

Ukip will remove housing benefit from migrants but not from his tenants

Mr Charalambous believes that it’s fair to introduce legislation to stop giving migrants benefits, but not retrospectively.

He said: “It would be unfair and against the interests of natural justice to deprive people of benefits who may have originally come here without resources on the understanding that they would receive government support to survive.”

Though new immigrants wouldn’t get any benefits for five years, people already there – like Mr Charalambous’s current tenants – will keep theirs.

“Immigrants already in the UK would definitely not lose their current entitlement to benefits,” he told us.

He also champions being an “ethical landlord”

We put it to Mr Charalambous that multi-property buy-to-let landlords like him are locking young people out of the housing ladder by reducing the number of houses they’re able to buy.

Mr Charalambous replied that he considers himself an “ethical landlord”. He told us he does not charge his tenants deposits, admin fees or seek previous landlord or credit references.

As a result of this, he says, his average tenant retention is about 3 years and 4 months, which is more than double the national average of 18 months.

His stance on Right to Buy for council house tenants appears to be out of line with the party’s.

Mr Charalambous told us he’s critical of the ‘Right to Buy’ proposal, believing that it will be “detrimental to our desperately deficient quantity of social housing”.

Yet the Ukip Manifesto suggests that the Right to Buy scheme will be continued, and restricted to British nationals.


…. Peter Jewell, friend of Masons and Talmudists

Some unconfirmed reports by usually reliable sources claim the following:


Peter Jewell, a Worcestershire UKIP wannabe, is yet another sponging faker. He uses his Masonic and Jewish connections with the police and media to promote himself. If anybody gets in his way, he sets the police and papers on them to smear their names.

Peter Jewell grassed up (informed the police on) Farage’s 22-year old assistant on fraud charges to the National Crime Agency, Britain’s version of the American FBI, in order to secure that position for himself.

Strange that Worcestershire MEP for UKIP James Carver is also a Jew and Holocaust victim and friend of Jewell.


Coupled with Shneur Odze  and James Wolff,  it isn’t difficult to see the Jewish involvement in UKIP.

Jewell, who’s is really 74, not 62 as he claims, charges companies £50,000 for ” consultancy advise” yet has no qualifications. He invoices from South Africa to avoid taxes, then buys land cheaply in Britain via Masonic friends in the council for development.

He used his connections to sit on the selection committee for the Worcestershire police chief friends. In in return they greased palms so Jewell would become a magistrate serving 9 months in this post. He’s wasn’t a crown court judge, as he tells people. He has illusions of grandeur hoping to get into parliament via UKIP and his talmudic  mafia friends.

(((Aaron Banks)))  and (((Phil Desmond))),  both big donors to UKIP, will throw Jewell a bone for his services to Israel and their coffers. Jewell boasts to friends of his service in the South African army  and killing 1500 ANC fighters. Along with his Mossad connections he has plans to gain personal power, but the voters of Worcestershire are beginning to see the true character of Peter Jewell and his Jewish mafia friends in UKIP.


And there you have it — a fake nationalist party which serves the City of London.



…just as do our American cousins.

Baron and Lady Rothschild and some of their servants.


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