There is a saying that if you are going to sup with the devil take a long spoon. I occasionally look at Tony Butcher's Democracy Forum. Two days ago my virus checker stopped me accessing this site as my Norton system detected malicious software on the site. Norton say they have notified Tony Butcher of their findings.
Strange indeed but then I was contacted by someone who had had their email system hacked into and malicious emails sent out purporting to come from him. These fake emails were clearly meant to smear and damage this person's reputation.
This of course happened to me some months ago and emails advertising penile enlargement services were sent out to people on my mailing list purporting to come from me. It ended up amusingly when I was contacted by an irate Cabal member saying they did not wish to receive these offers to which I could reply well obviously not as you are a big prick already.
The only connection between people suffering from these dirty tricks seems to be EUKIP. If you are, or have been involved with EUKIP I suggest you get a good virus checker.
I see Farage's new UKIP constitution received a 91.9% Yes vote from the membership as reported by returning officer and Farage appointee Arnott. Such one sided support for a leader is usually only seen in third world dictatorships. When on the NEC I argued strongly for all UKIP ballots to be conducted by the Electoral Reform Society service to ensure there could be no questioning of the probity of the ballot. A pity this was not done for this latest UKIP ballot. The 91.9% Yes vote is bound to be questioned.
Trevor Colman and Tim Congdon at the Torquay conference successfully opposed Farage taking UKIP into a Pan European party. I warned Tim at the time that Farage would be back in the true EU way with the same proposal in a different envelope. Tim chose to accept Farage's reassurances on this matter, somewhat naive in my view.