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The fabled one legged man in an arse kicking competition may well resent being compared to Theresa May, but it's a very fitting analogy. Even if she may be deft at hopping clear of her opponent's kicks, and able to maintain her balance when a kick does land home, she is fundamentally incapable of retaliating … Continue reading Amputee Arse Kicking Finals
Anna Soubry is upset. While she was walking into parliament to continue her campaign to ignore the result of the EU referendum some people chanted some nasty things. Can't we just have a civilised discourse with mutual respect she asks. Politicians need to remember that civilised discourse and respectful disagreement are not givens. They are … Continue reading Poor Anna Soubry
Some conservatives of both the big and small c variety seem to think Sajid Javid would make a splendid Prime Minister. People can get a bit annoyed when I say definitely not, because he is a Muslim. 'Well I don't think he's very religious.' they will say. Some even say he's secretly an apostate. This … Continue reading No. Because he’s Muslim
Why has nobody got the bollocks to simply say "Yes i am racist." By the absurdly broad definition of the term employed by those who wish to destroy us, everything and everyone is racist. They have redefined the term to mean anyone who discusses any negative aspects of other cultures, and to make the point … Continue reading My new year’s resolution: be more racist
Paddy Ashdown was a sincere and intelligent man who excelled in the Royal Marines, the SBS and in a diplomatic career, then rebuilt an ailing political party to be an electoral force. He died this week aged 77, and apparently active and alert until bladder cancer struck just a few months ago. I'm not going … Continue reading RIP Paddy Ashdown
Gatwick airport is the second busiest airport in the United Kingdom, operating 24 hours a day with some 45 million passengers using the airport in 2017. I was one of them, and can report that it has no shortage of armed police, metal detectors, CCTV and other security measures. Yet this impressive operation was brought … Continue reading ISIS Russian Drone Terror Panic!
Here's the 'how' the powers that be are lining up their last minute about turn on leaving the European Union: First they can find that the vote is void because of Russian trolls and Aaron Banks using the wrong coloured pen on his campaign paperwork: https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-void-high-court-ruling-arron-banks-investigation-when-december-christmas-a8649001.html Then they can find that, due to the exceptional … Continue reading How Brexit will be stopped
Last week, 2 boats attempted to land on shores where they were not welcome. The responses were starkly different. In Kent, 18 Albanians were found attempting to cross the channel to illegally enter the United Kingdom when their inadequate inflatible vessel got into difficulties in the cold and busy waters of the English channel. A … Continue reading Good luck Sentinelese
17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union in 2016, out of a total electorate of 45 million and a total population of 65 million. Using those numbers proportionately, Brexitland, taking 37% of the 20 million (7.8 million) non-voters with it, becomes a country of 25.2 million people. Too small to survive on its … Continue reading A fun fact about Brexit