Back when I first heard about Gio, a friend of mine thought that Giacomo Vallone may be somebody who’s aspiring to be a member of UKIP, and is looking to garnish some limelight for himself in order to raise his popularity and political standing.
It appears he was right.
So here’s the information collected thus far…
This is a snapshot of one of his many accounts – notice the two blogs – one rings something familiar to a certain disgusting site, and the other is “West Lancs Herald” (https://www.blogger.com/profile/01423843373762428115)
Notice how it says “Prospective Parliamentary candidate”. Gio’s been sharing links to this site all over the place through his fake accounts and pages.
So here’s the real kicker: http://www.ukipwestlancs.org/liverpool-echos-rhian-lubin-bias-ridden-hatchet-job-ukip-west-lancs/ – take a read under the header of “UKIP West Lancs Website: A Family Affair” (almost halfway down the page) and and see if you notice anything familiar:
“Gio” claims his name is Giacomo “Jack” Vallone. In interviews “Giacomo” always says “Just call me Jack”. On his UKIPWestLancs site, the name of the candidate is Jack Sen.
Jack Sen’s wife is named Natalie, according to the UKIPWestLancs site. One of Giacomo’s fake profiles is “Nataliya”. Similarities, to be sure. Also, Giacomo’s always going on about his “blue-eyed, blonde-haired” wife and his kids.
Also of interest – a post from that profile: https://www.facebook.com/RTnews/posts/472573799547457
On a related note, a message I received from a colleague:
“That Natiliya profile is also Gio, obviously, it is the account he used to contact all the [Facebook] pages he wormed his way into. Those are the screenshots from European Traditionalism this week. Same garbage he has been posting all over.“
So, from a bit off of the UKIPWestLancs page he says: “I have deep roots in the community. My family’s lived in Aughton for three generations.”
Now, I thought I’ve seen something similar before, on the EKP’s old “About” page, where Giacomo “Jack” Vallone said: “…let’s say the Sikh Indian that’s owned the restaurant in my community for three generations…”
Also, Giacomo “Jack” Vallone is from Lancashire, and this Jack Sen is from Lancashire as well.
We all know of the shameless pandering to/exploitation of the South Africa situation Giacomo “Jack” Vallone does. Jack Sen also has this in common, it seems: http://guardianlv.com/2014/12/south-africa-minority-to-benefit-if-britain-leaves-the-eu/#M6JAFg8Vt0Y8Ji0T.01
Another interesting bit to mention is that the article appears to have been penned by Giacomo as well, judging from the writing style.
However, it’s what’s in the article that matters. Aside from a garbage coming out Jack Sen’s mouth, this one bit caught my eye: “Although the Sen family are British, with some Afrikaner and Indian heritage, Sen is described as a British patriot totally.”
Remember that Giacomo “Jack” Vallone confessed in the comments at the Renegade Tribune that he was of mixed blood. This comment by Jack Sen also heralds back to the one made by Gio: “..let’s say the Sikh Indian that’s owned the restaurant in my community..” One page admin I been in contact with had been guessing he may have been Sikh, also. Jack Sen says, “I am foremost a British patriot.” This also calls back to the comments left at occidentaldissent.com, where Giacomo “Jack” Vallone says, “I am a patriot-specifically, a Western European patriot” and “I am a European patriot (do NOT like the word white as it only serves to divides Nordic euros from southern Meds-prefer Eur, Aryan or Indo Eur)”Also, the website information for each domain is interesting:
- http://whois.domaintools.com/europeanknightsproject.org – Registrant: Fr. Lowly
- http://whois.domaintools.com/ukipwestlancs.org – Registrant: Faye Lowley Sen
We also get this email from the last link: email@example.com. A search for that only brings me to http://ringwoodu3a.org.uk/page35.html – which is kind of strange. Perhaps the Registrant name and email belongs to his and/or mother? However, Ringwood was also the Registrant street for the UKIPWestLancs page.
Here’s a snapshot of another of Giacomo “Jack” Vallone’s fake accounts – Natasha Alexendra:
Now, take a look at Jack Sen’s page: http://http://www.ukipwestlancs.org/liverpool-echos-rhian-lubin-bias-ridden-hatchet-job-ukip-west-lancs/
**That link is now dead since posting, but the same information can be seen here**
Same picture. Also, notice the winking emoticon in the caption of the 2nd picture – a trademark Giacomo uses all too often.
Another article, featuring Jack Sen and mention of his family, says “Jack is married to Nathalie and has a young daughter Alexandra”http://ormskirk.qlocal.co.uk/ormskirk/news_list/UKIP_selects_new_West_Lancashire_candidate-53773985.htm
Now we’ve got the same name!
Also, if you have ever read or listened to “Giacomo Vallone”, you may remember how he said he went to school in New York. Turns out he wasn’t lying. It appears Jack Sen went to school in New York as well. Syracuse University, to be exact: https://uk.linkedin.com/pub/jack-sen/a9/405/143
Anyway, this is all I’ve been able to collect at the moment. But I think it’s safe to say that all the information only points to one thing…
Let me introduce you to UKIP candidate Jack Sen
– otherwise known as Giacomo “Jack” Vallone!
“Jack Sen is the UK Independence Party (UKIP) parliamentary candidate for West Lancashire, in Britain and believes South Africa Minority group could benefit if Britain leaves the EU. Although the Sen family are British, with some Afrikaner and Indian heritage, Sen is described as a British patriot totally.”
“..let’s say the Sikh Indian that’s owned the restaurant in my community..”
And if that wasn’t enough, as of May 17, 2015, we have video and audio of Jack Sen.
**For quick reference, there will hopefully be a few bits of audio of Jack Sen and “Giacomo Vallone” will be published here in the future.**
I’ve also found it quite convenient that Jack Sen now has a column on the EKP website, and well as his Twitter feed displayed instead of Giacomo’s.
“Racially Centrist” is a well fit for Jack Sen, considering he, like Giacomo, believes race has little to do with a nation’s well-being – only the culture matters.