They are now busy pondering whether or not the plane crash on polling day was actually an assassination attempt on their real leader, Nigel Farage MEP. Some lunatic has posted the following and it has prompted serious debate raising further questions about the sanity of UKIP members.
I have been sent this:
Subject: Fw: Fwd: Farage crash - sabotage is strongly indicated
Date: Friday, 7 May, 2010, 22:34
I don't know the original source of the following report (it was passed to me from a usually reliable source), but if true this is very serious:
At this stage of the investigation sabotage is strongly indicated.
Media reports that the banner got wrapped around the empennage are
clearly false - the banner can be seen from obverhead shots lying
undamaged, several hundred feet from the aircarft.
There is no sign of external pre-accident damage to the empennage (or
for that matter to the banner)
The accident happened at about 0756 local time, as the aircraft had
successfully picked up the banner, on its 5th attempt. The incident
was sudden, consistent with the parting of a control cable to the
rudder or elevators. The operator, Sky Banners Ltd, is experienced and
reputable and has a good safety record.
There are no grounds to query either the competence or integrity of the
pilot or operator.
The aircraft, a PZL-104 Wilga 35A, G-BWDF, c/n 21950955, is designed
for towing (originally gliders) and has an excellent safety record.
Nearly 1,000 have been made since 1968.
The police treated it as a crime scene and have not ruled out sabotage,
because AAIB found a severed control cable in the wreckage.
It is possible Eurobaromoeter conducted a secret poll in Buckingham -
it would be useful to know who was conducting local polls. Of course
there would be concern in Brussels and Berlin at someone as eloquent
and well-informed as Nigel being elected. The decision to
assassinate the Foreign Minister of Sweden was taken on the basis of a
At this stage it is probable sabotage, probable method part-severing of
a control cable to the rudder or elevators. The aircraft was left
To see the original click here. It is worth a look if you want a good laugh.