• ross1948 19:14 on June 16, 2019 Permalink Reply
    Tags: , Burgermeister, , , ,   

    Brits! You Think Lineker’s Bad? Pity Poor Goerlitzers!

    For some reason, a certain Mr. Lineker, who had his moments on the soccer field, has over the past couple of years been elevated to an authority on UK politics.


    Related image

    Know-all Lineker


    While no more qualified than any of the thousands of ordinary England fans who once cheered his footie skills, it’s he, not any of them, who gets onto tv to bad-mouth Brexit.

    Even those who share a studio with the dork find his hogwash indigestible.

    Gary Lineker has come under fire from his BBC colleague, star cricket commentator Jonathan Agnew, for his frequent outbursts against Brexit. … Please observe BBC editorial guidelines and keep your political views, whatever they are and whatever the subject, to yourself.    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/12/13/gary-lineker-accused-breaking-bbc-editorial-guidelines-anti/

    The opinionated know-all also sides with Palestinian delinquents captured by the Israel army.

    He thinks that caging the violent louts is  “sickening…”




    …which won him plaudits from other big-mouthed pinkos like Ken Loach and Roger Waters.


    But Brits are used to ‘celebrities’ who think their experience scribbling soppy books…

    Who Is This Trollope? A Gabbling Europhiliac Granny!  –

    …or yammering out ‘music’  – Perceptive English Cabbie To Lousy Lily .”You Stupid Tart!”   qualifies them to talk down to the rest of us…

      elite arrogance-s  

    …just as Americans are used to their equally low-class klutzes!

    Best Flaunt That Cleavage, Alyssa, Not Your Foul Mouth! 

    Gargoyle Leftist Griffin – Too Grotesque Even For CNN – Blames Trump! 


    Image result for rosie o'donnell katie griffin

    Ugly O’Donnell- The Warthog Wallows Ever Deeper! 


    BUT NOW…

    Get the latest from Germany, where a whole pack of prattling pinko ‘stars,’ not even retired yet like Lineker, but audibly afflicted with Lineker’s Disease, have piled onto a small city in Saxony, called Goerlitz, to nag at the locals, instructing them on who should be their next mayor.

    The arrogance is really quite sickening.

    The citizens of Goerlitz are having a second round run-off vote for a new mayor on June 16, after a first vote topped by the candidate from the far-right AfD party.

    Alarmed that the town could become the first in Germany with an AfD mayor, actors including Daniel Bruehl and Volker Bruch, plus writers like Daniel Kehlmann and Bernhard Schlink have signed a petition urging voters in Goerlitz: “Don’t give in to hate and hostility… 


    The report suggests that these puffed-up ‘petitioners’ feel it prudent just to pontificate from a distance, and that’s probably wise.

    I’m sure the average good Goerlitzer would tell the sticky-beaks to “leck mich am Arsch” – which I won’t translate…

    Related image

    –  because the townsfolks’ choice of mayor is NONE of these rich-bitch actors’ and writers’ business!

    The election is today.

    The AFD’s Herr Wippel, though he was, with 36%,  ahead in the first round, will do well to win.

    The Socialist SPD, the far-left Die Linke party and the so-called ‘centrist’ FDP, have all thrown their weight behind Mama Stasi Merkel’s CDU, which was on 30% – the in-crowd ganging up on the patriots.


    I’ll report the result, if it’s known, tomorrow!

    • Mack the Knife 19:32 on June 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I do think Lineker’s bad. A real big-head.
      Celebrities have nothing to offer. I hope the voters of Goerlitz react to the interference by rich outsiders the way I would!


    • Martha Longden 20:02 on June 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Only 35% and all the others uniting against the AfD candidate?
      Not much chance of a win but it would be so sweet if he did.
      If the people in the town resent being told what to do by cosmopolitans, they might just show it, and all those pompous celebs would be sick as dogs.


    • Gisela Weinar 20:14 on June 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The problem is the Greens who had more than twenty percent of the votes and they are all far left.
      A few of them are so far left that they might be unwilling to vote CDU even if to prevent the AfD winning.
      Most Greens though are not that far left but they all love the fake refugee immigrants so they will do all they can to stop AfD.
      It will be very interesting even so because in September there are Land elections in Saxony and in Brandeburg where AFD are strong.


    • Vanessa Reilly 21:05 on June 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Lineker is so bad.
      If he was interestingly bad it wouldn’t be so bad but he’s such a bore!
      The Goerlitzers are not big city pseuds. They will make up their own minds, but with 70% of them non-AfD, I can see no grounds for optimism.
      But please do let us know.


      • ross1948 23:44 on June 16, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Sadly, the AfD lost the re-run, the CDU candidate got 55%.
        However, the AfD’s Herr Wippel scored 45% which is not a bad total.
        Better luck in September, when all Saxony elects its state parliament!


        • Vanessa R 14:56 on June 17, 2019 Permalink

          Thanks, Ross.
          Now the result is being very dishonestly presented by the biased media as AfD failing a major test.
          ‘The vote in Görlitz was viewed as a test for the anti-immigration party ahead of regional elections..’ BBC
          The AfD went from 35% to 45% and they only lost because ALL the pro-invasion parties coalesced behind Merkel’s candidate.
          I for one do not see this as a ‘fail’ for the AFD.


    • Mark Boreham 17:15 on July 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I was reading how Boris told the BBC this week that they should sack that Eurofanatic Lineker.
      A very good idea, because the ex-footballer knows less than a nine year old about politics.
      What made me quake with anger was how much the clown gets paid by his anti-Brexit BBC bosses for his anti-Brexit tirades. The figure mentioned was ‘between £1,750,000 and £1,755,000 making him one of the BBC’s highest paid stars.’
      That’s our money!
      More like a burnt-out asteroid, sputtering gaseous vapours.



    Required fields are marked *

Compose new post
Next post/Next comment
Previous post/Previous comment
Show/Hide comments
Go to top
Go to login
Show/Hide help
shift + esc
%d bloggers like this: