How UKIP leader Lord Malcolm Pearson plots to betray his supporters for cash.
Old Etonian and Millionaire Leader of UKIP is captured here on camera shaking hands on a shameful deal to fix the outcome of the Geneneral Election after demanding a Euro 400,000 payment.
The scandal will cast a long dark shadow over this year's General Election which takes place this Thursday and disgust the millions of middle class racist bigots who cannot bring them selves round to voting for the BNP.
After 68-year-old former peers expulsion from the Conservative Party, he flew to the Slovenian capital of Ljubljana and in a meeting with undercover investigators on Friday shamelessly:
AGREED to deliberately LOSE most of the supporters UKIP had gained in last year's EU election so that illegal Far Earern gambling syndicates in the could clean up
HAGGLED over the best ways to cover up the bribe - finally settled at Euro 400,000
BRAGGED it was "easy" to fool voters into believing they were listening to a serious Party Leader
Baron Pearson of Rannoch, of Bridge of Gaur in the District of Perth and Kinross in Scotland reveled that he would do this by:
Encoraging his sidekick Nigel Farage to abuse and insult a number of European political leaders, in order to draw media attention on UKIP. Farage would focus his attention on insulting the Belgians as Pearson beleved it was relatively easy to do.
Pearson would claim more than £115,000 in Parliamentary expenses by designating his £3.7m home in London as a second home, and his estate in Scotland as his main residence and would later flip his residences and therefore avoid paying an estimated £275,000 in capital gains tax.
He reveled that UKIP adopt a number of policies that were delibrately aimed at alienating the Scottish and Welsh Eurosceptics. These include a propsal to build two high rail links to the Severn Bridge and Berwick, disolving the Scottish Parliament and Welsh Assembly, and building a number of Nuclear Power stations in sprasly populated areas.
Pearson would not bother to read the manifesto and would therefore appear incredibly stupid, when asked specific questions on it