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Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Which Tory leadership candidate should UKIP support?















Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Bernard Jenkin for PM, if it can't be Gove

Sima Kotecha bullies a pleb and condemns the poor man for being racist





















From 2:45

At 2:47 listen to how Sima Kotecha bullies a pleb snatching offence out of his reluctant hands.

Pleb whom SK described as "uttering racial slurs towards" her:

I think all the immigrants they should leave the country, you know what I mean? 

SK:

So you're talking about Eastern Europeans?

Pleb:

Yeah, not saying like Pakis. I'm saying all of them, you know what I mean?

SK [menacingly];

Did you say Paki?

Pleb:

No, I don't mean ... Sorry, love, I don't mean ...  

SK [primly]:

That's offensive.  

Pleb:

I didn't mean to call [inaudible because he was mumbling in terror after it dawned on him that the BBC journalist menacing him was about to condemn him on the airwaves as a racist]. They're not foreigners. We all bleed with the same heart, it's a different colour of skin, know what I mean? 

SK:

So, do you not like Asians either?

Pleb:

No, I do like Asians, I'm not racist, I love Asians. I called you Paki, but I could come up with more offensive words, you know what I mean? But I'm not like that, am I? I'm not racist at all in any shape or way ....

You can imagine Sima Kotecha haughtily turning on her heel and leaving the nonplussed pleb stammering into his lager, shaken by this encounter knowing that his voice will be played endlessly on the airwaves as an example of the evil, violence and horrors of racism. 

Do you think Sima Kotecha's bullying of this pleb has improved race relations in Britain?

No, really, do listen to the interview and listen to the tone. Who was the one with the higher status? The pleb or the female Asian journalist who was bullying him?

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/bbc-sima-kotecha-post-brexit-racist-abuse-home-town_uk_57712563e4b08d2c563999fd


 

Monday, 27 June 2016

Why it's got to be Gove

Our future Prime Minister

Gove was born in Edinburgh; at four months old, he was adopted by a Labour-supporting family in Aberdeen, where he was brought up. His adoptive father ran a fish processing business; his adoptive mother was a lab assistant at the University of Aberdeen before working at the Aberdeen School for the Deaf.

In Aberdeen he was educated at a state school, and later attended the independent Robert Gordon's College, to which he had won a scholarship. In October 2012, Gove wrote an apology letter to his former French teacher for misbehaving in class.

From 1985 to 1988 he studied English at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, where he served as President of the Oxford Union. He was awarded a 2:1-degree.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Gove#Early_life_and_career_outside_Parliament

Gove being Prime Ministerial.



Gove is a scholarship boy and arguably Scottish. This will be useful in dealing with them and keeping Scotland part of the Union.

He really would be the leader of National Unity.

Stand aside, Boris, if you know what's good for you, or at least insist that he stand. 

People are sick of unprincipled Etonians.

You also hesitated before you decided to support leave. Why did you do that? This means you were calculating the odds of leave winning, not because you wondered if leaving was the right thing to do.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/boris-johnson-column-back-remain_uk_576b9119e4b0b1f1704fea34

Very clever of Gove to be displaying such modesty and restraint as regards the leadership election. This will make the clamour for him to stand all the greater.




It's got to be Gove. 

 
What made Michael Gove decide to stand for the leadership of the Conservative Party

Why the British don't really need to worry about the EU being nasty to them over Brexit

Blair on Brexit from 22:50:

At 30:50, he says:

You could have this type of referendum in Europe anywhere at the moment, and you would have the potential for the result to be the same.

What? That there would be exeunt?


http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07gtn17/sunday-politics-london-26062016

the German people remain broadly in favour of remaining in the union, with about 40% believing a referendum on the subject should be held and less than 35% saying they would vote to leave.

I rather doubt this.

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/27/frexit-nexit-or-oexit-who-will-be-next-to-leave-the-eu?CMP=twt_gu


German law requires that the next election should take place on a Sunday between 46-48 months after the assembly's first sitting. Since the current Bundestag first sat on 22 October 2013, the latest date for the next election is 22 October 2017 (a Sunday). The earliest date is 27 August 2017, the first Sunday after 22 August. By convention, recent elections have been held in late September, avoiding the school holidays. Elections can be held earlier under certain conditions, for instance if a government loses a confidence motion.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_federal_election,_2017

If you were AfD will you even consider not offering a referendum?

If you were a German voter offered a referendum, would you consider not voting for Gexit?

The European Project will be over very soon, probably before the process of Article 50 is complete.

It is OVER, OVER AND OUT.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3661657/Brexit-make-Britain-great-insists-Trump-forecasts-break-EU-warns-Europe-unrecognisable-without-migration-curbs.html

Brexit will make Britain great again, insists Trump as he forecasts break-up of the EU and warns that Europe will be 'unrecognisable' without migration curbs

Friday, 24 June 2016

How could Brexit have been prevented?

By Cameron not promising an EU referendum, of course.

But this would have meant letting Labour win the 2015 General Election.

So Ed Miliband becomes British Prime Minister. Do you think the Tories in opposition would not have promised a referendum in the run up to 2020? I can't see them resisting that temptation.

By 2020 there would be even more immigrants and refugees, as well as more MPs being assassinated by more and angrier white men probably.

You remainders would only have postponed the inevitable for another 5 more years.

There was nothing more David Cameron could have done.

The Scottish Nationalists dare not go immediately because by the time they get their act together to call for another referendum, Article 50 will have taken place, so they might as well wait and see. They are only saying what they say to upset the English again, as is their wont, being spiteful silly Scots who hate the English who will miss no opportunity to display their hatred.   

We don't really need Gibraltar, and a United Ireland is historically inevitable anyway. Then Northern Ireland will become the problem of the Irish government, not Britain's. It was just a colonial outpost, after all.

Now dry your tears and shake the dust off your wings.

But the fight is not over. Perhaps it hasn’t really yet begun. Here is what the British can likely expect: The Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Bank of Japan, and George Soros will conspire to attack the British pound, driving it down and terrorizing the British economy. We will see who is the strongest: the will of the British people or the will of the CIA, the One Percent, and the EU and neocon nazis. The coming attack on the British economy is the reason that leave supporters such as Boris Johnson are mistaken in their belief that there is “no need for haste” in exiting the EU. The longer it takes for the British to escape from the authoritarian EU, the longer Washington and the EU can inflict punishment on the British people for voting to leave and the more time the presstitutes will have to convince the British people that their vote was a mistake. As the vote is nonbinding, a cowardly and cowed Parliament could reject the vote.







Only these MPs can realistically throw their hats in the ring for the Tory leadership election

  1. Commons Leader Chris Grayling
  2. Culture Secretary John Whittingdale
  3. Northern Ireland Secretary Theresa Villiers
  4. Justice Secretary Michael Gove
  5. Minister of State for Employment Priti Patel*
    Former Mayor of London Boris Johnson**
Can you see, without me having to explain it to you, why it can only be a contest between Gove and Johnson?  

Let this happen sooner rather than later, and quickly rather than slowly.


Thursday, 23 June 2016

The story behind how I came to acquire this remain sticker

I went early to the polling station and there was a queue of workers. Not having a proper job, I felt guilty for adding to the queue and perhaps making them late for work. Indeed, I even considered going away and coming back again, but held firm to soak up the atmosphere. On my way out I saw someone I knew in the queue and we joked about doing our civic duty. Of course I wondered how he would be voting, and wondered how I would go about finding out without hanging around outside the polling station waiting to accost him as he came out. I decided to go to Tesco to see what cheapo items they had at this time of day. On the way there were men offering these stickers to me. I cheerfully declined and went on my way to Tesco. On my way back I decided to take one of these stickers then carried on my way home. To my delight, there was this local I knew chatting to another man in a rather conspiratorial way near the polling station. I went up to him and offered him my sticker jokingly, but he declined so we knew that we had both voted the way we would have wanted. "So, you were just winding them up!" he said. "Yes," I said conspiratorially, "They are so desperate they have resorted to getting the remainers to serve as propaganda vehicles for them." The chap he was talking to was also a leaver, so we three were very pleased with each other indeed. My best voting experience!






Monday, 20 June 2016

What is liberalism in the 21st century West?

In the 21st century it means no more than an ideology of sexual entitlement and sexual liberation with policies designed to promote and maintain the sexual liberation of the West that will lead it to its doom.

The divine case for Brexit


Why our politicians are hated










































Sunday, 19 June 2016

A conspiracy theory on why Jo Cox was murdered and by whom

The globalist left have used every dirty trick at every election or referendum they needed it
74 75 79 etc

Murder is not beyond the far left, globalists, their agents or MI5. (weapons of mass destruction? Dr Kelly?)

They were on course to lose the eu vote.

Now cox is second in sainthood to Dianna so we must all do what she said and vote remain.

A leave vote is now in doubt and if they killed one of their own to achieve it then it means little to them.

I am 99% confident of the above.

What does the prevalence of conspiracy theories and people's readiness to believe them tell us? (This is the second time I have heard this theory since the killing of Jo Cox.)

That they are prepared to believe any evil of the government no matter how convoluted and far fetched is the measure of how much they fear, hate and distrust the government. 














Remainders have capitalised on the death of Jo Cox, leavers can do so too

I suggest using the tactic of "Look what you made me do."

Jo Cox and her ilk would not have hesitated to call anyone who dared complain about immigration a racist. That was always how polarised the debate has been. How long has the immigration debate has been simmering? I would say since Powell made his Rivers of Blood speech in 20 April 1968. The killing of Cox on 16 June 2016 represented the multicultural and multiracial melting pot boiling over. Of course, there have been inner city riots since 1968, but this is the first time an MP actually suffered directly as a result of ignoring the concerns of voters.

Apparently, Breivik murdering 69 summer campers wasn't sufficient warning in 2011 because no politicians were harmed, only the youth members of the Workers' Youth League. This should have been taken as a warning to anyone who has ever thought they could just carry on denouncing anyone who ever dares to complain as racist dinosaurs to shut them up, but still they carried on employing that tactic.


Mr Cox’s wife, Jo, is a Labour MP and former aide to Mr Brown’s wife Sarah. Mrs Cox also runs the Labour Women’s Network where she is ‘equalities and discrimination’ adviser.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3298572/New-charity-scandal-Save-Children-executive-quits-women-s-complaints-inappropriate-behaviour.html#ixzz4C3OIalmv

An imaginary conversation between a recipient of Save the Children charity and its former CEO Justin Forsyth

It was probably Jo Cox who put it into Gordon Brown's head to call anyone who dared complain about immigration "bigoted", as he called called Mrs Gillian Duffy, a Labour member.

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2010/apr/28/gordon-brown-gillian-duffy-transcript

Her plea for her constituents to vote remain still has no solutions or words of comfort whatsoever. It is still "Put up and shut up, you plebs. They will keep coming whether you like it or not, whether we're in or out. You have no choice, and you know it. Now shut it."

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/jo-cox-brexit-is-no-answer-to-real-concerns-on-immigration-1-7956822#ixzz4BA42bFd8http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/jo-cox-brexit-is-no-answer-to-real-concerns-on-immigration-1-7956822

Just like IRA terrorism, politicians only responded when they perceived themselves to be directly threatened eg after the Brighton Bomb in 1984. When was the Anglo-Irish Agreement signed? 1985.

Leavers should point this out rather than be intimidated into silence and pulling their punches. Whatever the result, there's going to be trouble anyway.

It is time for the British to gird their loins, grit their teeth and bite the bullet.

Saturday, 18 June 2016

Is it possible to be a nice guy, mean well *and* be a terrorist?




What is worse than being a politician who was assassinated by a terrorist?






Why some British men do the Nazi salute

It was later noticed that the man in this photo is not Mair. 

http://www.breitbart.com/london/2016/06/17/britain-first-eyewitness-bnp-member-list/



Jo Cox and her ilk would not have hesitated to call anyone who dared complain about immigration a racist. That was always how polarised the debate has been. How long has the immigration debate has been simmering? I would say since Powell made his Rivers of Blood speech in 20 April 1968. The killing of Cox on 16 June 2016 represented the multicultural and multiracial melting pot boiling over. Of course, there have been inner city riots since 1968, but this is the first time an MP actually suffered directly as a result of ignoring the concerns of voters.

Mr Cox’s wife, Jo, is a Labour MP and former aide to Mr Brown’s wife Sarah. Mrs Cox also runs the Labour Women’s Network where she is ‘equalities and discrimination’ adviser.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3298572/New-charity-scandal-Save-Children-executive-quits-women-s-complaints-inappropriate-behaviour.html#ixzz4C3OIalmv

It was probably Jo Cox who put it into Gordon Brown's head to call anyone who dared complain about immigration "bigoted", as he called called Mrs Gillian Duffy, a Labour member.

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2010/apr/28/gordon-brown-gillian-duffy-transcript

Her plea for her constituents to vote remain still has no solutions or words of comfort whatsoever. It is still "Put up and shut up, you plebs. They will keep coming whether you like it or not, whether we're in or out. You have no choice, and you know it. Now shut it."

http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/jo-cox-brexit-is-no-answer-to-real-concerns-on-immigration-1-7956822#ixzz4BA42bFd8http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/opinion/jo-cox-brexit-is-no-answer-to-real-concerns-on-immigration-1-7956822

Why is Thomas Mair - who killed Jo Cox in West Yorkshire - being charged in London?
















Surely this man could not possibly have induced Tommy Mair to murder Jo Cox?


former National Front member Alan Harvey who  now runs a blog called Springbok Cyber Newsletter











http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/jo-cox-shooting-suspect-quiet-8212246