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Saturday, 23 March 2013

What to do if you are a Eurosceptic but cannot join UKIP

If you are a Eurosceptic but cannot join UKIP because you were once members of the following parties


  1. British National Party
  2. National Front
  3. British Freedom Party
  4. British People's Party
  5. English Defence League
  6. Britain First
  7. UK First Part
but would still like to be a political activist, here are two suggestions:

  1. Join the Conservative Party  http://www.conservatives.com/Get_involved/Join.aspx
  2. Join the Labour Party  https://www.labour.org.uk/join

Why?

So you can vote for the next leader of those parties when they have their leadership contest.  (Remember, you cannot vote in the leadership contest unless you have already been in the party for at least three months.)  I know it doesn't sound much, but it is probably the most significant thing you will ever do in politics.   

I suggest you join the political party that you think will be most likely to be successful in the next general election in your constituency, just because it would cheer you up to be in a party that wins, for a change, instead of being stupidly proud to come second or third or fourth or fifth.  Pathetic.   

Once you are a member, you could report back to me the goings on in your locality, and I will tell you what to do next.   

You are wasting your time in the BNP and should leave the field clear for UKIP and let them do the donkey work.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-384167/Most-Britons-actually-support-BNP-policies.html demonstrates that most people already agree with you, but they hate the people who support the BNP so much that they will do the opposite and would rather think they are wrong, than be seen to be supporting a party of lower class whites who are whingeing because they cannot compete against unskilled foreign labour.

You have to think of the voter with a business to run taking one look at you people and thinking

"Thank God I don't have to  hire them any more.  I would rather cut my own throat, close down my business than ever have anything to do with these people ever again in my life.  They really are the scum of the earth.  If these people support the BNP, then I know I must do the opposite of that."
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00r3qyw is the documentary when an employer practically said he would rather gouge out his eyes or close down his business than hire a local.

So, up your game and join the Conservatives or the Labour Party to vote for their next Eurosceptic leader, instead of being rejected by UKIP and exploited by Nick Griffin.

You know it makes sense.

Hitler said in Mein Kampf:

"If an inspiring personality who has the gift of leadership cannot be found for the organisation and direction of a local group it is better for the movement to refrain from establishing such a group than to run the risk of a failure after the group has been founded." 

This is something the BDP should take acknowledge, perhaps.

Once they have accepted the truth and implications of this advice, they should just melt away and join Labour and the Conservatives instead, and at least be in a position to influence events by voting against Cameron and Miliband when their members have had enough of them.   

33 MPs I would like to nominate Frank Field to replace Ed Milband




EUROSCEPTIC LABOUR MPs
  1. Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley)
  2. Rosie Cooper (Lancashire West)
  3. Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North)
  4. Jon Cruddas (Dagenham & Rainham)
  5. John Cryer (Leyton & Wanstead)
  6. Ian Davidson (Glasgow South West)
  7. Natascha Engel (Derbyshire North East)
  8. Frank Field (Birkenhead)
  9. Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Hall Green)
  10. Kate Hoey (Vauxhall)
  11. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North)
  12. Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak)
  13. John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington)
  14. Austin Mitchell (Great Grimsby)
  15. Dennis Skinner (Bolsover)
  16. Andrew Smith (Oxford East)
  17. Graham Stringer (Blackley & Broughton)
  18. Gisela Stuart (Birmingham Edgbaston)
  19. Mike Wood (Batley & Spen).



AGAINST LIBYA  INTERVENTION

  1. Graham Allen (Lab)
  2. Ronnie Campbell (Lab) (also Eurosceptic)
  3. Katy Clark (Lab)
  4. Jeremy Corbyn (Lab) (also Eurosceptic)
  5. Barry Gardiner (Lab)
  6. Roger Godsiff (Lab) (also Eurosceptic)
  7. John McDonnell (Lab) (also Eurosceptic)
  8. Yasmin Qureshi (Lab)
  9. Linda Riordan (Lab)
  10. Dennis Skinner (Lab) also Eurosceptic
  11. Mike Wood (Lab) also Eurosceptic


AGAINST IRAQ WAR


  1. Ms Diane Abbott (Hackney North & Stoke Newington) 
  2. Graham Allen (Nottingham North) (also Eurosceptic and against intervention in Libya)
  3. John Austin (Erith & Thamesmead) 
  4. Tony Banks (West Ham) 
  5. Harry Barnes (Derbyshire North East) 
  6. John Battle (Leeds West) 
  7. Andrew Bennett (Denton & Reddish) 
  8. Joe Benton (Bootle) (also against gay marriage)
  9. Dr Roger Berry (Kingswood) 
  10. Harold Best (Leeds North West) 
  11. Bob Blizzard (Waveney) 
  12. Keith Bradley (Manchester Withington) 
  13. Kevin Brennan (Cardiff West) 
  14. Ms Karen Buck (Regent's Park & Kensington North) 
  15. Richard Burden (Birmingham Northfield) 
  16. Ms Anne Campbell (Cambridge) 
  17. Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley) 
  18. Martin Caton (Gower) 
  19. David Chaytor (Bury North) 
  20. Michael Clapham (Barnsley West & Penistone) 
  21. Mrs Helen Clark (Peterborough) 
  22. Tom Clarke (Coatbridge & Chryston) 
  23. Tony Clarke (Northampton South) 
  24. Harry Cohen (Leyton & Wanstead) 2
  25. Iain Coleman (Hammersmith & Fulham) 
  26. Michael Connarty (Falkirk East) 
  27. Frank Cook (Stockton North) 
  28. Robin Cook (Livingston) 
  29. Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North) (also Eurosceptic and against intervention in Libya)
  30. Jim Cousins (Newcastle upon Tyne Central) 
  31. Tom Cox (Tooting) 
  32. David Crausby (Bolton North East) 
  33. Ms Ann Cryer (Keighley) 
  34. John Cryer (Hornchurch) 
  35. Tam Dalyell (Linlithgow) 
  36. Ms Valerie Davey (Bristol West) 
  37. Ian Davidson (Glasgow Pollok) 
  38. Denzil Davies (Llanelli) 
  39. Terry Davis (Birmingham Hodge Hill) 
  40. Hilton Dawson (Lancaster & Wyre) 
  41. John Denham (Southampton Itchen) 
  42. Parmjit Dhanda (Gloucester) 
  43. Jim Dobbin (Heywood & Middleton) (also against gay marriage)
  44. Frank Dobson (Holborn & St Pancras) 
  45. Frank Doran (Aberdeen Central) 
  46. David Drew (Stroud) 
  47. Huw Edwards (Monmouth) 
  48. Clive Efford (Eltham) 
  49. Bill Etherington (Sunderland North) 
  50. Mark Fisher (Stoke-on-Trent Central) 
  51. Paul Flynn (Newport West) 
  52. Hywel Francis (Aberavon) 
  53. George Galloway (Glasgow Kelvin) 
  54. Neil Gerrard (Walthamstow) 
  55. Dr Ian Gibson (Norwich North) 
  56. Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Sparkbrook & Small Heath) (also Eurosceptic and against intervention in Libya)
  57. Win Griffiths (Bridgend) 
  58. John Grogan (Selby) 
  59. Patrick Hall (Bedford) 
  60. David Hamilton (Midlothian) 
  61. Fabian Hamilton (Leeds North East) 
  62. Dai Havard (Merthyr Tydfil & Rhymney) 
  63. Doug Henderson (Newcastle upon Tyne North) 
  64. Stephen Hepburn (Jarrow) 
  65. David Heyes (Ashton under Lyne) 
  66. David Hinchliffe (Wakefield) 
  67. Ms Kate Hoey (Vauxhall) 
  68. Jimmy Hood (Clydesdale) 
  69. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North) 
  70. Ms Joan Humble (Blackpool North & Fleetwood) 
  71. Dr Brian Iddon (Bolton South East) 
  72. Eric Illsley (Barnsley Central) 
  73. Ms Glenda Jackson (Hampstead & Highgate) 
  74. Ms Helen Jackson (Sheffield Hillsborough) 
  75. Jon Owen Jones (Cardiff Central) 
  76. Dr Lynne Jones (Birmingham Selly Oak) 
  77. Martyn Jones (Clwyd South) 
  78. David Kidney (Stafford) 
  79. Peter Kilfoyle (Liverpool Walton) 
  80. Mark Lazarowicz (Edinburgh North & Leith) 
  81. David Lepper (Brighton Pavilion) 
  82. Terry Lewis (Worsley) 
  83. Ian Lucas (Wrexham) 
  84. Iain Luke (Dundee East) 
  85. John Lyons (Strathkelvin & Bearsden) 
  86. Mrs Christine McCafferty (Calder Valley) 
  87. John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington) (also Eurosceptic and against intervention in Libya)
  88. Ms Ann McKechin (Glasgow Maryhill) 
  89. Kevin McNamara (Hull North) 
  90. Tony McWalter (Hemel Hempstead) 
  91. Ms Alice Mahon (Halifax) 
  92. Jim Marshall (Leicester South) 
  93. Robert Marshall-Andrews (Medway) 
  94. Eric Martlew (Carlisle) 
  95. Ms Julie Morgan (Cardiff North) 
  96. Chris Mullin (Sunderland South) 
  97. Denis Murphy (Wansbeck) 
  98. Doug Naysmith (Bristol North West) 
  99. Eddie O'Hara (Knowsley South) 
  100. Ms Diana Organ (Forest of Dean) 
  101. Albert Owen (Ynys Mon) 
  102. Ms Linda Perham (Ilford North) 
  103. Peter Pike (Burnley) 
  104. Kerry Pollard (St Albans) 
  105. Gordon Prentice (Pendle) 
  106. Gwyn Prosser (Dover) 
  107. Ken Purchase (Wolverhampton North East) 
  108. John Robertson (Glasgow Anniesland) 
  109. Joan Ruddock (Lewisham Deptford) 
  110. Martin Salter (Reading West) 
  111. Mohammad Sarwar (Glasgow Govan) 
  112. Malcolm Savidge (Aberdeen North) 
  113. Philip Sawford (Kettering) 
  114. Brian Sedgemore (Hackney South & Shoreditch) 
  115. Ms Debra Shipley (Stourbridge) 
  116. Alan Simpson (Nottingham South) 
  117. Marsha Singh (Bradford West) 
  118. Chris Smith (Islington South & Finsbury) 
  119. Llew Smith (Blaenau Gwent) 
  120. George Stevenson (Stoke-on-Trent South) 
  121. Dr Gavin Strang (Edinburgh East & Musselburgh) 
  122. Graham Stringer (Manchester Blackley) 
  123. David Taylor (Leicestershire North West) 
  124. Jon Trickett (Hemsworth) 
  125. Paul Truswell (Pudsey) 
  126. Dr Desmond Turner (Brighton Kemptown) 
  127. Bill Tynan (Hamilton South) 
  128. Rudi Vis (Finchley & Golders Green) 
  129. Ms Joan Walley (Stoke-on-Trent North) 
  130. Robert Wareing (Liverpool West Derby) 
  131. Dr Alan Whitehead (Southampton Test) 
  132. Alan Williams (Swansea West) 
  133. Mrs Betty Williams (Conwy) 
  134. Mike Wood (Batley & Spen) (also Eurosceptic and against intervention in Libya)
  135. Tony Worthington (Clydebank & Milngavie) 
  136. David Wright (Telford) 
  137. Dr Tony Wright (Cannock Chase) 
  138. Derek Wyatt (Sittingbourne & Sheppey) 
LABOUR PARTY MPs AGAINST GAY MARRIAGE



  1. Joe Bentonn (also against Iraq War)
  2. Sir Tony Cunningham
  3. Jim Dobbin (also against Iraq War)
  4. Brian Donohoe
  5. Robert Flello
  6. Mary Glindon
  7. Roger Godsiff (also a Eurosceptic, against Libya intervention and Iraq War)
  8. Rt Hon Paul Goggins
  9. Michael McCann
  10. Jim McGovern
  11. Rt Hon Paul Murphy
  12. Stephen Pound
  13. Jim Sheridan



Anyone Labour MP who is on any of these three lists must be good eggs really.  The ones whose names are featured in all three are particularly good eggs.

Where is Tom Harris MP?  He is on none of them!

Frank Field should be leader because he has the respect of senior and principled politicians in the Conservative Party to better work with them in a National Government.

Michael White said:

But I am sure Peter Mandelson would be delighted to be Frank Field's right-hand man as well as his hatchet man.   Ask him and see if I am wrong!

http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/blog/2009/jan/22/frank-field-mandelson-clarke-cable  I just know Frank Field would support this idea because it was him who was going on about a National Government way back in 2009.

Now please get on with it, Frank and Mandy!   Once both of you say you are solid on this, you can have your leadership election (which will really be the Coronation of Frank Field).

It has to be so because you have to show the world that you are now mending your ways, so it cannot be any of the Old Guard Liberals (or The Young Ones, as I would call them).

The Young |Ones: Blair, Brown, and the Milibands


Mandy, it is now time to stop spouting your usual Europhiliac propaganda and smell the coffee.  From now on, it's going to be every European nation for itself.

Do a deal with Frank.  Make a joint statement that that is how you see the future and wait for the thing to snowball.

34 POSSIBLE NOMINATIONS FOR FRANK FIELD TO BECOME LEADER OF LABOUR PARTY FROM THE LIST BELOW


  1. Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley)
  2. Rosie Cooper (Lancashire West)
  3. Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North)
  4. Jon Cruddas (Dagenham & Rainham)
  5. John Cryer (Leyton & Wanstead)
  6. Ian Davidson (Glasgow South West)
  7. Natascha Engel (Derbyshire North East)
  8. Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Hall Green)
  9. Kate Hoey (Vauxhall)
  10. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North)
  11. Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak)
  12. John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington)
  13. Austin Mitchell (Great Grimsby)
  14. Dennis Skinner (Bolsover) - Remember me, Austin?  We have met.  
  15. Andrew Smith (Oxford East)
  16. Graham Stringer (Blackley & Broughton)
  17. Gisela Stuart (Birmingham Edgbaston)
  18. Mike Wood (Batley & Spen).
  19. Graham Allen (Lab)
  20. Katy Clark (Lab)
  21. Barry Gardiner (Lab)
  22. Yasmin Qureshi (Lab)
  23. Linda Riordan (Lab)
  24. Ms Diane Abbott (Hackney North & Stoke Newington) - How I wanted Diane to be leader of Labour Party!  I was a member then and even voted for her.   
  25. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North) 
  26. John Austin (Erith & Thamesmead) 
  27. Ms Joan Humble (Blackpool North & Fleetwood) 
  28. Tony Banks (West Ham) 
  29. Dr Tony Wright (Cannock Chase) 
  30. Dr Brian Iddon (Bolton South East) 
  31. Eric Illsley (Barnsley Central) 
  32. Ms Glenda Jackson (Hampstead & Highgate) - I just wanted Glenda on this list cos I loved her in Elizabeth R!  
  33. Harry Barnes (Derbyshire North East) 
  34. David Wright (Telford) 



Proposed .leader of Labour Party:
Frank Field

Peter Mandelson:
Right Hand Man and Hatchet Man
of  Leader of Labour Party

Why everything is shit


Friday, 22 March 2013

New Party, New Ideology, No Recompense in this life

" ... there was no question so much of a new party as of a new ideology.   This alone could arouse the inner moral forces that were necessary for such a gigantic struggle.  And for this struggle the leaders must be men of first-class brains and indomitable courage.  If the struggle on behalf of the new ideology is not conducted by men of heroic spirit who are ready to sacrifice everything, within a short while it will be impossible to find real fighting followers who are ready to lay down their lives for the cause.  A man who fights only for his own existence has not much left over for the service of the community.

In order to secure the conditions that are necessary for success, everybody concerned must be made to understand that the new movement looks to posterity for its honour and glory but that it has no recompense to offer to the present day members."

Immigrants, what are they for?

I was chatting to another immigrant yesterday evening who was also complaining about the spinelessness of the typical indigenous Briton.

"It seems that the British will put up with every kind of outrage without demur.  Revolution, when it comes, will be brought about by the foreigners who can't stand it any more, because they will know there are better ways of doing things," he said to me.  


Thursday, 21 March 2013

UKIP to nudge Eurosceptic Tory MPs into proposing a vote of no confidence?


EAST MIDLANDS:
Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Rutland, Northamptonshire and most of Lincolnshire

  1. Patrick Mercer (Newark) Notts  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/206-ukip-north-nottinghamshire
  2. Brian Binley (Northampton South)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/206-ukip-north-nottinghamshire
  3. Nigel Mills (Amber Valley) Derbyshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/315-ukip-derbyshire-dales-south-derbyshire
  4. Heather Wheeler (Derbyshire S)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/315-ukip-derbyshire-dales-south-derbyshire
  5. Andrew Bingham (High Peak) Derbyshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/193-ukip-high-peak
  6. Andrew Bridgen (Leicestershire NW)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/196-ukip-leicester-city
  7. Andrea Leadsom (Northamptonshire S)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/206-ukip-north-nottinghamshire
  8. Chris Heaton-Harris (Daventry) Northants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/202-ukip-daventry-south-northamptonshire
  9. Peter Bone (Wellingborough)* Northants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/203-ukip-wellingborough-kettering
  10. Philip Hollobone (Kettering)* Northants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/203-ukip-wellingborough-kettering
  11. Karl McCartney (Lincoln)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/293-ukip-lincoln-gainsborough
  12. Edward Leigh (Gainsborough) Lincs http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/293-ukip-lincoln-gainsborough
  13. Sir Peter Tapsell (Louth and Horncastle) Lincs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/east-midlands-region/293-ukip-lincoln-gainsborough


EAST OF ENGLAND:
Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

  1. Nadine Dorries (Bedfordshire Mid)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/309-ukip-mid-bedfordshire
  2. Stewart Jackson (Peterborough) Cambs http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/308-ukip-peterborough
  3. Stephen McPartland (Stevenage) Herts  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/364-ukip-hertsmere-and-welwyn-hatfield
  4. James Clappison (Hertsmere) Herts  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/364-ukip-hertsmere-and-welwyn-hatfield
  5. Anne Main (St Albans) Herts http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/236-ukip-st-albans
  6. Charles Walker (Broxbourne) Herts  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/363-ukip-broxbourne
  7. John Baron (Basildon and Billericay) Essex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/177-ukip-south-essex
  8. Priti Patel (Witham) Essex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/178-ukip-central-essex
  9. John Whittingdale (Maldon) Essex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/178-ukip-central-essex
  10. Bernard Jenkin (Harwich and Essex N)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/183-ukip-colchester
  11. Douglas Carswell (Clacton) Essex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/eastern-counties/183-ukip-colchester


LONDON
  1. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/london-region/81-london-regional-office
  2. Matthew Offord (Hendon) London  http://www.ukip.org/branches/london-region/81-london-regional-office
  3. Bob Stewart (Beckenham) Kent  http://www.ukip.org/branches/london-region/81-london-regional-office
  4. Zac Goldsmith (Richmond Park) Surrey  http://www.ukip.org/branches/london-region/348-ukip-richmond-twickenham
  5. Bob Blackman (Harrow East) Middlesex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/london-region/88-ukip-hillingdon
  6. Andrew Rosindell (Romford) Essex  - Roger Gravett
  7. Nick de Bois (Enfield North) Essex  - Roger Gravett



NORTH EAST ENGLAND:
Northumberland, County Durham, Tyne and Wear, and Teesside, which is partly in North Yorkshire.
No Eurosceptic Tory MPs at all here.

NORTH WEST ENGLAND:
Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire.

  1. John Stevenson (Carlisle) Cumbria  http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/160-ukip-carlisle
  2. Lorraine Fullbrook (South Ribble) Lancs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/272-ukip-south-ribble
  3. David Nuttall (Bury N) Gtr Manchester  http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/271-ukip-north-east-manchester
  4. Graham Brady (Altrincham and Sale West) Gtr Manchester   http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/271-ukip-north-east-manchester
  5. Fiona Bruce (Congleton) Cheshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/359-ukip-east-cheshire
  6. Stephen Mosley (Chester) Cheshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/north-west-region/152-ukip-chester-district


SOUTH EAST ENGLAND:
Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex.

  1. Steve Baker (Wycombe) Bucks  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/214-ukip-wycombe
  2. Steve Brine (Winchester) Hants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/41-ukip-winchester
  3. Julian Lewis (New Forest East) Hants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/353-ukip-new-forest-east
  4. George Hollingbery (Meon Valley) Hants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/376-ukip-east-hampshire
  5. Caroline Dinenage (Gosport) Hants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/145-ukip-fareham-gosport
  6. Caroline Nokes (Romsey and Southampton N) Hants  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/282-ukip-southampton
  7. Andrew Turner ( Isle of Wight)  http://www.ukipiow.org.uk/
  8. Tracey Crouch (Chatham and Aylesford) Kent  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/148-ukip-chatham-and-aylesford
  9. Gordon Henderson (Sittingbourne & Sheppey) Kent  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/261-ukip-sittingbourne-sheppey
  10. Mark Reckless (Rochester and Strood) Kent  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/149-ukip-rochester-and-strood
  11. Adam Holloway (Gravesham) Kent  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/283-ukip-gravesham
  12. John Redwood (Wokingham) Berkshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/32-ukip-berkshire
  13. Henry Smith (Crawley) Sussex  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-east-region/301-ukip-crawley


SOUTH WEST
Bristol, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire, Devon, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

  1. Laurence Robertson (Tewkesbury) Glos  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/242-ukip-tewkesbury
  2. Jacob Rees-Mogg (Somerset NE)  http://www.ukip.org/southwest/page/161-somerset
  3. Chris Chope (Christchurch) Dorset  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/12-ukip-christchurch
  4. Richard Drax (Dorset South)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/226-ukip-bath-north-east-somerset
  5. Justin Tomlinson (Swindon N) Wiltshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/24-ukip-swindon
  6. James Gray (Wiltshire North)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/247-ukip-north-wiltshire-chippenham 
  7. Neil Parish (Tiverton and Honiton) Devon http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/189-ukip-tiverton-honiton
  8. Dr Sarah Wollaston (Totnes) Devon  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/174-ukip-torbay-totnes
  9. Gary Streeter (Devon SW)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/324-ukip-plymouth-south-west-devon
  10. Anne-Marie Morris (Newton Abbot) Devon  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/188-ukip-central-devon
  11. Sheryll Murray (Cornwall SE)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/south-west-region/14-ukip-cornwall


WALES
David T C Davies (Monmouth) Monmouthshire


WEST MIDLANDS

  1. Richard Shepherd (Aldridge-Brownhills) West Midlands  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/300-ukip-walsall
  2. James Morris (Halesowen and Rowley Regis) West Midlands  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/299-ukip-halesowen-rowley-regis
  3. Jeremy Lefroy (Stafford)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/115-ukip-stafford
  4. Bill Cash (Stone) Staffordshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/117-ukip-stone
  5. Chris Kelly (Dudley South) Staffs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/107-ukip-dudley
  6. Mark Pritchard (The Wrekin) Shropshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/119-ukip-telford-wrekin
  7. Dan Byles (Warwickshire North)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/227-ukip-coventry-north-warwickshire
  8. Marcus Jones (Nuneaton) Warwickshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/227-ukip-coventry-north-warwickshire
  9. Robin Walker (Worcester)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/228-ukip-worcester-city
  10. Karen Lumley (Redditch) Worcs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/west-midlands-region/228-ukip-worcester-city


YORKSHIRE & HUMBER
  1. Martin Vickers (Cleethorpes) Lincs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/73-ukip-yorkshire-north-lincolnshire-regional-office
  2. Andrew Percy (Brigg and Goole) Yorks and Lincs  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/73-ukip-yorkshire-north-lincolnshire-regional-office
  3. Jason McCartney (Colne Valley) W Yorks  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/314-ukip-huddersfield-colne-valley
  4. Julian Sturdy (York Outer)  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/264-ukip-york
  5. Philip Davies (Shipley) W Yorks  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/190-ukip-yorkshire-dales
  6. Simon Reevell (Dewsbury) Yorkshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/339-ukip-midyorkshire
  7. David Davis (Haltemprice & Howden) Yorkshire  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/339-ukip-midyorkshire
  8. Craig Whittaker (Calder Valley) W Yorks  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/339-ukip-midyorkshire
  9. Stuart Andrew (Pudsey)  W Yorks  http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region/339-ukip-midyorkshire


http://www.ukip.org/branches/yorkshire-and-the-humber-region


WHAT UKIP SHOULD DO NOW


  1. Print off this or another pro forma threatening letter to MPs on this list
  2. Get as many Eurosceptic Cameron-hating Tory voters to sign it by liaising with their local Conservative Club.
  3. Get them sent out to these Eurosceptic Tory MPs.
  4. Tell people to join Conservative Party now so they can vote in the leadership contest when it is called.    You need to be in the party at least three months before you acquire voting rights.




Suggested wording of your letter to your Eurosceptic Tory MP:

Dear Eurosceptic Tory MP,

It is time that Conservatives realised that the man who now leads the Conservative Party is not a Conservative at all.   Downing Street Advisers apparently consist of a gay and feminist cabal.    http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/too-many-women-and-gay-advisers-in.html  The French who are also pushing through gay marriage at least have the excuse of being officially of the Left.  What is a Conservative Prime Minister proposing this sort of pernicious nonsense though?  Rumour has it that David Cameron is a pussywhipped mangina.   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/why-should-this-unelected-woman-impose.html  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/is-there-method-in-apparent-madness-of.html  

Not only is Cameron a pussywhipped mangina, he is in coalition with a bunch of Mansion-Taxing Manginas. Liberal men are mostly like that these days apparently.   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/magina-of-manginas-president-of-manginas.html


I and others like me have had it with Rule by Manginas.  


The hard times ahead means we need to be governed by Real Men.  

The EU is made up of yet more manginas and we have had enough of manginas both homegrown and Continental.

I and others like me want to leave this mangled mess of manginas as soon as possible.   The quickest way we can do this is to get rid of Prime Mangina Cameron and the Deputy Mangina Clegg.   

The Tories will then have a coalition with a non-mangina leader of the Labour Party, which means both Miliband Brothers are automatically excluded.  It has been suggested by Claire Khaw that Frank Field MP commands the respect of all parties and it is probably feasible to  nudge the Labour Party into supporting him when they have a leadership election.   

So, either I trigger a leadership election by writing a letter to the 1922 Committee Chairman pronto or I and others like me will vote UKIP even if they are also another bunch of manginas. 

Should that happen, this country will be plunged into chaos and disorder.   When that happens, who do you think the voters will come for, bearing in mind what happened to Chris Huhne?

We don't want things to come to that, do we?  When we start erecting gallows in Parliament Square it will be too late for you lot.  

So you know what you have to do then.  

Or else.  

Yours sincerely


Your Eurosceptic Constituent

Eurosceptic Tory MPs by county


1. Nadine Dorries (Bedfordshire Mid)
2. Steve Baker (Wycombe) Bucks
3. Stewart Jackson (Peterborough) Cambs
4. Fiona Bruce (Congleton) Cheshire
5. Graham Brady (Altrincham and Sale West) Cheshire
6. Stephen Mosley (Chester) Cheshire
7. Sheryll Murray (Cornwall SE)
8. John Stevenson (Carlisle) Cumbria
9. Nigel Mills (Amber Valley) Derbyshire
10. Heather Wheeler (Derbyshire S)
11. Andrew Bingham (High Peak) Derbyshire
12. Neil Parish (Tiverton and Honiton) Devon
13. Dr Sarah Wollaston (Totnes) Devon
14. Gary Streeter (Devon SW)
15. Anne-Marie Morris (Newton Abbot) Devon
16. Richard Drax (Dorset South)
17. Chris Chope (Christchurch) Dorset
18. John Baron (Basildon and Billericay) Essex
19. Priti Patel (Witham) Essex
20. Andrew Rosindell (Romford) Essex
21. Nick de Bois (Enfield North) Essex
22. Bernard Jenkin (Harwich and Essex N)
23. Douglas Carswell (Clacton) Essex
24. John Whittingdale (Maldon) Essex
25. Laurence Robertson (Tewkesbury) Glos
26. Steve Brine (Winchester) Hants
27. Julian Lewis (New Forest East) Hants
28. George Hollingbery (Meon Valley) Hants
29. Caroline Dinenage (Gosport) Hants
30. Caroline Nokes (Romsey and Southampton N) Hants
31. Stephen McPartland (Stevenage) Herts
32. James Clappison (Hertsmere) Herts
33. Anne Main (St Albans) Herts
34. Charles Walker (Broxbourne) Herts
35. Tracey Crouch (Chatham and Aylesford) Kent
36. Gordon Henderson (Sittingbourne & Sheppey) Kent
37. Mark Reckless (Rochester and Strood) Kent
38. Adam Holloway (Gravesham) Kent
39. Bob Stewart (Beckenham) Kent
40. Lorraine Fullbrook (South Ribble) Lancs
41. Andrew Bridgen (Leicestershire NW)
42. Karl McCartney (Lincoln)
43. Edward Leigh (Gainsborough) Lincs
44. Sir Peter Tapsell (Louth and Horncastle) Lincs
45. Martin Vickers (Cleethorpes) Lincs
46. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster)
47. Matthew Offord (Hendon) London
48. David Nuttall (Bury N) Gtr Manchester
49. Bob Blackman (Harrow East) Middlesex
50. Richard Shepherd (Aldridge-Brownhills) West Midlands
51. James Morris (Halesowen and Rowley Regis) West Midlands
52. David T C Davies (Monmouth) Monmouthshire
53. Brian Binley (Northampton South)
54. Andrea Leadsom (Northamptonshire S)
55. Chris Heaton-Harris (Daventry) Northants
56. Peter Bone (Wellingborough)* Northants
57. Philip Hollobone (Kettering)* Northants
58. Patrick Mercer (Newark) Notts
59. Jeremy Lefroy (Stafford)
60. Bill Cash (Stone) Staffordshire
61. Zac Goldsmith (Richmond Park) Surrey
62. Chris Kelly (Dudley South) Staffs
63. Mark Pritchard (The Wrekin) Shropshire
64. Jacob Rees-Mogg (Somerset NE)
65. John Redwood (Wokingham) Surrey
66. Henry Smith (Crawley) Sussex
67. Dan Byles (Warwickshire North)
68. Marcus Jones (Nuneaton) Warwickshire
69. Justin Tomlinson (Swindon N) Wiltshire
70. James Gray (Wiltshire North)
71. Robin Walker (Worcester)
72. Karen Lumley (Redditch) Worcs
73. Andrew Percy (Brigg and Goole) Yorks and Lincs
74. Jason McCartney (Colne Valley) W Yorks
75. Julian Sturdy (York Outer)
76. Simon Reevell (Dewsbury) Yorkshire
77. David Davis (Haltemprice & Howden) Yorkshire
78. Philip Davies (Shipley) W Yorks
79. Craig Whittaker (Calder Valley) W Yorks
80. Stuart Andrew (Pudsey)  W Yorks
81. Andrew Turner ( Isle of Wight)



If you are a Eurosceptic and your Tory MP's name is on this list, write to him threatening to vote UKIP if he or she does not write a letter to the Chairman of the 1922 Committee proposing a motion of no confidence.  

When this happens, we will have a leadership election.

Should Cameron be replaced, he would be replaced by a Eurosceptic, which would be a nice change.

http://www.conservativehome.com/parliament/2011/10/the-79-conservative-mps-who-voted-for-a-referendum.html was where I got this list from. 

Wednesday, 20 March 2013

British Civic Nationalism for Identity, Integration and Opportunity




  1. It is intended to appeal to most reasonable people of all classes and races who see the need co-operate with others and make sacrifices for others.
  2. It is to define nationalism as "promoting the long term national interest", rather than "the removal of non-white citizens British citizens from Britain".
  3. The long term national interest is achieved through "the judicious balancing of the conflicting interests of different groups who belong to that nation for the long term good of that nation".
  4. The government will be invited to think of the long term in terms of children and grandchildren yet to be born.
  5. The government will be deemed to have a duty of promoting the long term national interest (rather than narrow party interest which prevents them from thinking more than five years ahead in any one term of office).
  6. In practice, promoting the long-term national interest is refraining from doing anything that our adult children and adult grandchildren yet to be born could argue was irresponsible, insane or immoral.   
  7. To make this idea appeal to the Conservative Party, it is proposed that the long term national interest is regarded as something that can be conserved by good government, or frittered away by irresponsible government.
  8. It should be pointed out that there is nothing in the Civic Nationalist message that is against clause iv of the Labour Party: "The Labour Party is a democratic socialist party. It believes that by the strength of our common endeavour we achieve more than we achieve alone, so as to create for each of us the means to realise our true potential and for all of us a community in which power, wealth and opportunity are in the hands of the many, not the few, where the rights we enjoy reflect the duties we owe, and where we live together, freely, in a spirit of solidarity, tolerance and respect."

Claire Khaw applies to be Director of Communications at British Future

http://www.britishfuture.org/articles/news/jobs-at-british-future/



I have absolutely no relevant experience apart from


  1. being known for my excellent communication skills
  2. being legally-trained
  3. being once called "a Propagandist" by a BNP friend, who did not mean it as a compliment
  4. being repeatedly called a self-publicist
  5. getting myself mentioned in The Guardian as many as three times in January 2013
  6. coining the term SSM to distinguish never-married mothers with illegitimate children from widowed and divorced single mothers
  7. being mentioned in http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/facebook/8357620/BNP-members-pro-Gaddafi-Facebook-group-snares-politicians.html which was a story that was reported both nationally and internationally
  8. once being a member of the BNP and knowing the immigration debate inside out
  9. being mentioned at http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Claire_Khaw for my political activism.

While I am aware that your Director was once General Secretary of the Socialist Fabian Society, I believe that there may be common ground if you are indeed

"a new independent, non-partisan thinktank seeking to involve people in an open conversation, which addresses people’s hopes and fears about identity and integration, migration and opportunity, so that we feel confident about Britain’s Future."

The advantages of hiring me are as follows:


  1. It would be controversial in view of my "Far Right" associations, but that would raise the profile of your organisation and generate precisely the kind of publicity that would get your organisation and its work talked about.
  2. Having attracted the attention of the political establishment and the parties that oppose the political establishment as well as the media, I can then proceed to propagate the Civic Nationalist message.

The Civic Nationalist Message


  1. It is intended to appeal to most reasonable people of all classes and races who see the need co-operate with others and make sacrifices for others.
  2. It is to define nationalism as "promoting the long term national interest", rather than "the removal of non-white citizens British citizens from Britain".
  3. The long term national interest is achieved through "the judicious balancing of the conflicting interests of different groups who belong to that nation for the long term good of that nation".
  4. People will be invited to think of the long term in terms of children and grandchildren yet to be born.
  5. The government will be deemed to have a duty of promoting the long term national interest (rather than narrow party interest which prevents them from thinking more than five years ahead in any one term of office).
  6. In practice, promoting the long-term national interest is refraining from doing anything that our adult children and adult grandchildren yet to be born could argue was irresponsible, insane or immoral.   
  7. To make this idea appeal to the Conservative Party, it is proposed that the long term national interest is regarded as something that can be conserved by good government, or frittered away by irresponsible government.
  8. It should be pointed out that there is nothing in the Civic Nationalist message that is against clause iv of the Labour Party: "The Labour Party is a democratic socialist party. It believes that by the strength of our common endeavour we achieve more than we achieve alone, so as to create for each of us the means to realise our true potential and for all of us a community in which power, wealth and opportunity are in the hands of the many, not the few, where the rights we enjoy reflect the duties we owe, and where we live together, freely, in a spirit of solidarity, tolerance and respect."



If you find my definition of Civic Nationalism appealing and attractive, then no doubt you will be in touch to discuss how this idea can become part of British Future.

My application to become member of the Monday Club rejected

Dear Ms Khaw
Thank you for your application to the Conservative Monday Club dated 10 March 2013.
Your application has now been considered and we regret that it has not been successful.
Please accept our best wishes for the future.
Yours sincerely 
On behalf of the Executive of the Conservative Monday Club
18 April 2013


MY APPLICATION of 10 March 2013

Are you a former member of the Monday Club? YES

If the answer is YES, please give your reason for leaving.

I was a member in mid 1990s. I am afraid I did not attend any meetings and simply allowed my membership to lapse.

Are you a member of the Conservative Party? 

It is a difficult question to answer, since I did join on 17 September 2012 but was expelled on 20 December 2012.  I am currently appealing against my expulsion and my appeal will be heard on 27 March 2013.

Further information can be found at the links below:

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/claire-khaws-membership-of-conservative.html - letter from Stephen Phillips, Secretary of the Board of the Conservative Party, informing me that my membership has been cancelled.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/letter-before-claim-to-conservative.html - my Letter Before Claim to the Conservative Party demanding that it give a reason for the cancellation of my membership

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/conservative-party-allows-me-to-appeal.html - Conservative Party gives reasons for my expulsion and informs me of my right to appeal.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/my-appeal-against-cancellation-of-my.html
My appeal (which I have been informed will be heard on 27 March) [http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/chairman-of-conservative-party-claims-i.html
My appeal against expulsion from the Conservative Party was dismissed.]

Name of any organisation concerned with politics or current affairs, other than the Conservative Party, to which you belong or have belonged and the relevant date. 

I attended dinners at the Baldwin Society and the Conservative Democratic Alliance, organised by the late Michael Keith Smith.  This would be from about 2005 until about 2008.

I have been a member of UKIP, the Labour Party and the BNP.

In the BNP, I was prospective 2011 London Mayoral Candidate until my expulsion in July 2011.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/claire-khaw-expelled-from-bnp.html reproduces my letter of expulsion from the BNP for making comments that mothers of disabled children found offensive.

Below, to help my application, are links outlining my ideas on how to make the Conservative Party and the country more conservative.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/blueprint-for-new-britain-how-to-oust.html
BLUEPRINT FOR A NEW BRITAIN: How to oust Cameron and leave the EU

http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Claire_Khaw is an entry about me in Metapedia.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/roger-scruton-asks-just-what-is-this.html discusses what it is that Conservatives ought to conserve.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/conserving-long-term-national-interest.html proposes that it is the long-term national interest that Conservatives should be conserving through the incorporation of Russell Kirk's 6 Canons of Conservatism into into the Conservative Party's Statement of Principles.    

I have not enclosed a cheque, because I thought it would be as well to let you know a little about myself first, since I am considered a controversial figure.  Once informed that my membership will be approved, I will complete and send the form together with a cheque for £20.


Name of Proposer (who is a paid-up member of the Conservative Monday Club)

I met the President on 19 March 2013 through Alan Harvey.  If the President approves of my activities, he may propose me.

I feel you ought to know that I was also arrested in January 2013, but am not yet charged.  I am to answer bail on 5 April 2013.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/01/my-arrest-at-0740-on-24-january-by-five.html explains the reasons for my arrest.

If you do not have a proposer, it will help in presenting your application if you write a paragraph on why you wish to become a member of the Conservative Monday Club. 

I wish to become a member in order to assist in the propagation of Conservative ideas and the implementation of Conservative principles, which seems to be in retreat and giving ground all the time.

It is demoralising to hear politicians saying something interesting, bold, Conservative and controversial only to hear of them apologising or resigning three days later.

Patrick Mercer http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/6434053.stm,
Alan Duncan  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/conservative/6152810/Alan-Duncan-sacked-from-shadow-cabinet.html
David Willetts  http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2011/apr/01/david-willetts-feminism-lack-of-jobs
Maurice Glasman http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/jul/20/blue-labour-conservative-female-subservience
Nigel Hastilow http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/7077934.stm

are names that come to mind.

http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/how-to-make-conservative-party.html contains my proposals on the Theory and Practice of Conservatism.

I believe I know how to turn the tide and only ask that my ideas be given a fair hearing.

It would help us if you would indicate how you heard about the Conservative Monday Club. 

I heard of the Club through the press.


http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/chairman-of-conservative-party-claims-i.html
My appeal against expulsion from the Conservative Party was dismissed.

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Oik and Toryboy in YI leadership contest

http://ukipian.com/2013/03/18/young-independence-chairmanship-race-begins/


Submit your questions for Wednesday night's YI Chairmanship debate here http://ukipian.com/2013/03/18/young-independence-chairmanship-race-begins/ 
Left: Rob Comley    Right: Sean Howlett




  1. Which Tory MP, apart from Michael Gove, should replace David Cameron to make the Tories fit for an electoral pact?  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/if-you-could-replace-cameron-with.html
  2. Should UKIP make an electoral pact with a Tory Party led by Michael Gove or some other other "grown-up" Tory?  Why or why not?  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/what-to-do-if-you-are-eurosceptic-and.html
  3.  What does UKIP need to do to become the third party of Britain?  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2009/11/career-advice-for-beleaguered-mps-and.html
  4. Does UKIP have any chance of becoming third party in the UK if it will not do a deal with the BNP?
  5. If UKIP does a deal with the BNP, what conditions must it stipulate?   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/my-strategy-for-general-election-bnp.html   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2011/06/eukips-fault-that-eurosceptic-movement.html http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/claire-khaw-gets-ready-to-storm-ukips.html
  6. Is UKIP's unthinking Zionist stance helpful to Eurosceptics or is it a price worth paying for funding?
  7. If Nigel_Farage had contested Eastleigh himself, would he have been more likely to win than Diane James?
  8. Should Nigel_Farage have contested Eastleigh himself instead of saying he was too busy being MEP to be MP?  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/farage-should-be-fighting-eastleigh-but.html
  9. What is your view of a leader of a Eurosceptic party saying he is too busy being MEP to be MP?
  10. What are the things you would do if you were leader of UKIP now that you think should be but is not being done?
  11. Did u no LibDems - the third political party - are the result of a merger between the Liberal Party and the SDP?
  12. Would you say that, realistically, UKIP would have to merge with another party to become the 3rd party in the UK?
  13. Do you realise that for UKIP to progress it must both consolidate and expand?  What does this mean to you?
  14. How should UKIP regard itself?  As a party of protest or a party that will eventually replace the Conservatives?
  15. What is your view about the blanket ban against ex-BNP members from joining UKIP?  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/ukips-ultra-vires-prohibition-prevents.html
  16. What is your view of Claire Khaw?
  17. Which of Claire Khaws' views do you find most abhorrent and why?


Paula Hitler on her brother, the Germans and the English


Trust me on this: the Fuhrer's utter unselfishness in word and deed alone guarantees his immortality. The fact that the bitter fight for Germany's greatness wasn't crowned by success like Cromwell's in Britain, for example, has a lot to do with the mentality of the people involved. On the one hand the Englishman's character is essentially unfair, ruled by jealousy, self-importance, and lack of consideration. But he never forgets he is an Englishman, loyal to his crown. On the other hand, you with your need for recognition are never first and foremost a German. Therefore it doesn't matter to you, you insignificant beings, if you destroy the entire nation. Your only guiding thought will always be me first, me second, me third. In your worthlessness you will never think of the welfare of the nation, and with that pitiful philosophy you wish to prevent the immortality of a giant?


~Paula Hitler Berchtesgaden, May 1, 1957




The long-running soap opera of religions, races and nations is still being played out.  It is in fact a morality play and all alive, dead and to be born have been conscripted to participate, but without having been given the plot or told who the main characters are, and having been instructed to improvise, from beginning to end.   

Monday, 18 March 2013

What to do if you are Eurosceptic and have a Eurosceptic MP

Eurosceptic Tory MPs listed at http://conservativehome.blogs.com/parliament/2011/10/the-79-conservative-mps-who-voted-for-a-referendum.html

  1. Stuart Andrew (Pudsey)
  2. Steve Baker (Wycombe)
  3. John Baron (Basildon and Billericay)
  4. Andrew Bingham (High Peak)
  5. Brian Binley (Northampton South)
  6. Bob Blackman (Harrow East)
  7. Peter Bone (Wellingborough)*
  8. Graham Brady (Altrincham and Sale West)
  9. Andrew Bridgen (Leicestershire NW)
  10. Steve Brine (Winchester)
  11. Fiona Bruce (Congleton)
  12. Dan Byles (Warwickshire North)
  13. Douglas Carswell (Clacton)
  14. Bill Cash (Stone)
  15. Chris Chope (Christchurch)
  16. James Clappison (Hertsmere)
  17. Tracey Crouch (Chatham and Aylesford)
  18. David T C Davies (Monmouth)
  19. Philip Davies (Shipley)
  20. David Davis (Haltemprice & Howden)
  21. Nick de Bois (Enfield North)
  22. Caroline Dinenage (Gosport)
  23. Nadine Dorries (Bedfordshire Mid)
  24. Richard Drax (Dorset South)
  25. Mark Field (Cities of London and Westminster)
  26. Lorraine Fullbrook (South Ribble)
  27. Zac Goldsmith (Richmond Park)
  28. James Gray (Wiltshire North)
  29. Chris Heaton-Harris (Daventry)
  30. Gordon Henderson (Sittingbourne & Sheppey)
  31. George Hollingbery (Meon Valley)
  32. Philip Hollobone (Kettering)*
  33. Adam Holloway (Gravesham)
  34. Stewart Jackson (Peterborough)
  35. Bernard Jenkin (Harwich and Essex N)
  36. Marcus Jones (Nuneaton)
  37. Chris Kelly (Dudley South)
  38. Andrea Leadsom (Northamptonshire S)
  39. Jeremy Lefroy (Stafford)
  40. Edward Leigh (Gainsborough)
  41. Julian Lewis (New Forest East)
  42. Karen Lumley (Redditch)
  43. Jason McCartney (Colne Valley)
  44. Karl McCartney (Lincoln)
  45. Stephen McPartland (Stevenage)
  46. Anne Main (St Albans)
  47. Patrick Mercer (Newark)
  48. Nigel Mills (Amber Valley)
  49. Anne-Marie Morris (Newton Abbot)
  50. James Morris (Halesowen and Rowley Regis)
  51. Stephen Mosley (Chester)
  52. Sheryll Murray (Cornwall SE)
  53. Caroline Nokes (Romsey and Southampton N)
  54. David Nuttall (Bury N)
  55. Matthew Offord (Hendon)
  56. Neil Parish (Tiverton and Honiton)
  57. Priti Patel (Witham)
  58. Andrew Percy (Brigg and Goole)
  59. Mark Pritchard (The Wrekin)
  60. Mark Reckless (Rochester and Strood)
  61. John Redwood (Wokingham)
  62. Jacob Rees-Mogg (Somerset NE)
  63. Simon Reevell (Dewsbury)
  64. Laurence Robertson (Tewkesbury)
  65. Andrew Rosindell (Romford)
  66. Richard Shepherd (Aldridge-Brownhills)
  67. Henry Smith (Crawley)
  68. John Stevenson (Carlisle)
  69. Bob Stewart (Beckenham)
  70. Gary Streeter (Devon SW)
  71. Julian Sturdy (York Outer)
  72. Sir Peter Tapsell (Louth and Horncastle)
  73. Justin Tomlinson (Swindon N)
  74. Andrew Turner (Isle of Wight)
  75. Martin Vickers (Cleethorpes)
  76. Charles Walker (Broxbourne)
  77. Robin Walker (Worcester)
  78. Heather Wheeler (Derbyshire S)
  79. Craig Whittaker (Calder Valley)
  80. John Whittingdale (Maldon)
  81. Dr Sarah Wollaston (Totnes)

I must say that the Tory that has most impressed me in recent years is John Baron.   

Suggested wording of your letter to your Eurosceptic Tory MP:

Dear Eurosceptic Tory MP,

It is time that Conservatives realised that the man who now leads the Conservative Party is not a Conservative at all.   Downing Street Advisers apparently consist of a gay and feminist cabal.    http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/too-many-women-and-gay-advisers-in.html  The French who are also pushing through gay marriage at least have the excuse of being officially of the Left.  What is a Conservative Prime Minister proposing this sort of pernicious nonsense though?  Rumour has it that David Cameron is a pussywhipped mangina.   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/why-should-this-unelected-woman-impose.html  http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/is-there-method-in-apparent-madness-of.html  

Not only is Cameron a pussywhipped mangina, he is in coalition with a bunch of Mansion-Taxing Manginas. Liberal men are mostly like that these days apparently.   http://thevoiceofreason-ann.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/magina-of-manginas-president-of-manginas.html


I and others like me have had it with Rule by Manginas.  


The hard times ahead means we need to be governed by Real Men.  

The EU is made up of yet more manginas and we have had enough of manginas both homegrown and Continental.

I and others like me want to leave this mangled mess of manginas as soon as possible.   The quickest way we can do this is to get rid of Prime Mangina Cameron and the Deputy Mangina Clegg.   

The Tories will then have a coalition with a non-mangina leader of the Labour Party, which means both Miliband Brothers are automatically excluded.  It has been suggested by Claire Khaw that Frank Field MP commands the respect of all parties and it is probably feasible to  nudge the Labour Party into supporting him when they have a leadership election.   

So, either I trigger a leadership election by writing a letter to the 1922 Committee Chairman pronto or I and others like me will vote UKIP even if they are also another bunch of manginas. 

Should that happen, this country will be plunged into chaos and disorder.   When that happens, who do you think the voters will come for, bearing in mind what happened to Chris Huhne?

We don't want things to come to that, do we?  When we start erecting gallows in Parliament Square it will be too late for you lot.  

So you know what you have to do then.  

Or else.  

Yours sincerely


Your Eurosceptic Constituent

BLUEPRINT FOR A NEW BRITAIN: How to oust Cameron and leave the EU


  1. First, join the Conservative Party at http://www.conservatives.com/Get_involved/Join.aspx.  Please don't fanny about saying how much you hate them.  Politics is a dirty business and you will just have to hold your nose.   You cannot vote in the leadership contest if you are not a member for at least three months before a leadership contest.   Don't waste any time and money with UKIP.  Some of them are so stupid that they think they can be a party of government when they haven't even got a single UKIP MP!  That is how stupid they are.   
  2. http://conservativehome.blogs.com/parliament/2011/10/the-79-conservative-mps-who-voted-for-a-referendum.html  If you are a constituent of any of the MPs listed here, write to them in the strongest possible terms and say you expect them to write to the Chairman of the 1922 Committee to trigger a vote of no confidence, or you will be voting for UKIP next election.  At least 46 MPs have to write to the Chairman so get writing to your MP if you are Eurosceptic and your MP is on the list.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conservative_Party_(UK)_leadership_election,_2005#The_current_rules
  3. Vote for Eurosceptic leadership candidate who promises a referendum ASAP as leader of the Tory Party to replace Cameron.  
All who are thinking of throwing their hats as Eurosceptics in the ring for this one will be expected to choose just one leadership challenger using the rules that mirror the rules for the Papal Conclave.  This is so as to ensure that there is not an embarrassment of choices and no undue delay.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Papal_conclave
Er, that's it.  

It really is that simple.   

Top Tory Eurosceptic MPs are:

John Baron - an army man but not a warmonger, principled and groomed for the job, he would be the *perfect* Conservative Prime Minister
Peter Bone - naughty but nice.  A Chartered Accountant as Chancellor of the Exchequer sounds better than leaving it in the hands of a history graduate, however well born.
Edward Leigh - experienced and consistent, Thatcherite, socially conservative and most importantly, pro-clause 28 and anti-gay marriage.  I fancy him in a pointy hat as Archbishop of Canterbury.  Farewell Welby and goodbye female vicars and female bishops! Girlies cannot be priests or the sky will fall in, as it clearly has. 
Mark Reckless - tall, dark and legally-trained.  Could he be Lord Chancellor?
Philip Davies - impish.  Out with the glum and prissy Vince Cable as Business Secretary and in with Our Phil who understands all about business as he has trained at ASDA!
Steve Baker - flying high , perhaps as Education Secretary?
Nick de Bois - a whiz at social networking during the 2011 riots.  Home Secretary, I think.
Penny Mordaunt - PHWOAR!!  Top Tory Totty!  I would make her Health Secretary, with  her interest in hospitals and orphanages.
Chris Heaton-Harris - dark, dashing, devious and climate-change denying, I would make him Energy Secretary.
  1. John Baron  
  2. Peter Bone  
  3. Edward Leigh  
  4. Mark Reckless  
  5. Philip Davies   
  6. Steve Baker   
  7. Nick de Bois   
  8. Penny Mordaunt  
  9. Chris Heaton-Harris  

After the Tories dump Cameron, it is hoped they will dump the Mansion-taxing Europhiliac Manginas and have a coalition with the Labour Party instead.

If we are to be governed by a corrupt cartel, let it be an experienced corrupt cartel.  

This will of course steady the markets nicely.  

The Labour Party will also need a leadership election of their own.   


  1. Ronnie Campbell (Blyth Valley)
  2. Rosie Cooper (Lancashire West)
  3. Jeremy Corbyn (Islington North)
  4. Jon Cruddas (Dagenham & Rainham)
  5. John Cryer (Leyton & Wanstead)
  6. Ian Davidson (Glasgow South West)
  7. Natascha Engel (Derbyshire North East)
  8. Frank Field (Birkenhead)
  9. Roger Godsiff (Birmingham Hall Green)
  10. Kate Hoey (Vauxhall)
  11. Kelvin Hopkins (Luton North)
  12. Steve McCabe (Birmingham Selly Oak)
  13. John McDonnell (Hayes & Harlington)
  14. Austin Mitchell (Great Grimsby)
  15. Dennis Skinner (Bolsover)
  16. Andrew Smith (Oxford East)
  17. Graham Stringer (Blackley & Broughton)
  18. Gisela Stuart (Birmingham Edgbaston)
  19. Mike Wood (Batley & Spen)

It has got to be Frank Field as leader of the Labour Party, hasn't it?

Think of how much that would steady the markets, folks!

The British will then have a National Government.  

I will then be able to tell my mates in the BNP that I have managed to swing for them a British National Government after all, and they will be so pleased with me!   



Sunday, 17 March 2013

"Religion is only valuable to the extent that it suppresses women."


‎Rookh Kshatriya:

"Religion is only valuable to the extent that it suppresses women. A religion that does not suppress women, children or the lower orders (and make them behave better, in a social context) has no reason to exist. Modern Christianity is pointless, for that reason."

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Demonstrate against the craziness of gay marriage on Sunday 24 March at 2pm in Trafalgar Square



http://www.lamanifpourtousalondres.com/english/


Massive gathering in Trafalgar Square on March 24th

The French government intends to legislate in order to allow same sex marriages. This will enable adoption by two persons of the same sex. The intended statute will get rid of the words "husband", "wife", "father" and "mother" from the French civil code, the statute governing the laws of marriage in France. Through full adoption by two parents of the same sex, a child will by law be treated as being 'born' from them and thereby deprived of a mother or a father.

The French have not been consulted on this. However, a large number of them (70% according to official polls) would like to see a referendum organised on this issue.

Another peaceful protest march of massive proportions will take place in Paris on Sunday 24 March. On the same day, a static gathering will be organized in London in association with the national demonstration to strengthen pressure on the French government.

We look forward to seeing you in Trafalgar Square on March 24th at 2pm!