• ross1948 22:00 on September 8, 2019 Permalink Reply
    Tags: ‘building bridges’, , , , Nicholas soames,   

    Will Bojo Back Down Over Sacked Slugs?

    LeaveEU has done a grand job but I have to wonder if they are too trusting.

    During the Tory leadership election, few would have predicted Boris would have the gumption to cull quisling MPs, but that’s exactly what he did on Tuesday evening after 21 Conservative Remainers backed a takeover of Parliament to delay (block) Brexit…..Time to drain the swamp.


    And yet, and yet…we read elsewhere that no less than 100 of Johnson’s Commons crew, those who have not lost the party whip, are agitating on the expelled wreckers’ behalf.

    NB I wrote this before the Rudd-Wretch did a runner, but the concerns have not been allayed.

    Aiding and abetting collabos is near enough as bad as collaboration itself.


    If there were even a hint of repentance to be heard from the whipless, perhaps the aiders and abettors could be forgiven, but so far there’s none whatsoever.

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    Instead they have shown nothing but hubris, intransigence and in some cases arrant hypocrisy, not least that shown by Slug Soames,

     “It is my most fervent hope that this house will rediscover the spirit of compromise, humility and understanding…”

    Aaah, yes, THAT “spirit of compromise, humility and understanding…” exhibited by a certain Nicholas Soames, who compared Brexiteers to ‘a growling Alsatian that must be kicked really hard in the balls…’

    Yes, THAT Nicholas Soames who  refused to apologise for launching a four-letter tirade of abuse at rebel Conservative MP Adam Afriyie in the Commons Tea Room.


    • Grandee? .

    ….a vicious verbal assault on the black patriot MP which we quoted last week but which deserves a repeat quote to remind you of exactly what a coarse old gutter-mouth Soames truly is.

    Mr Soames told Eurosceptic  Mr Afriyie: ‘You are a chateau bottled nuclear powered ****. You are totally f***ing disloyal, a f***ing disgrace to your party, your fellow MPs, your Prime Minister and your country.’

    Westminster News – An Obese Oaf Disgraces His Grandfather 

    ..and why his departure from politics is a deliverance devoutly to be welcomed.

    Which of the hundred pleaders would want this disgusting old disgrace back on the Tory benches?

    What about Hammond?


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    His cronies in his Runnymede constituency tried to rush through his reselection…https://www.conservativehome.com/parliament/2019/09/no-philip-hammonds-reselection-last-night-does-not-protect-him-from-being-deselected-if-he-loses-the-whip.html

    ….an act of defiance not only against Bojo, who can defend himself, but against their own local members, a number of whom had been busily trying to bounce Hammond out on his ear.   https://inews.co.uk/news/brexit/tory-grassroots-whatsapp-coordinate-oust-50-mps/

    …but it seems those cronies then caved in…   ..https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2019/09/04/philip-hammond-deselected-conservative-candidate/ 

    …and booted him out!

    Who would want him in any party with pretensions to conservatism?

    Hammond is a sore loser who would be much more at ease with another party… maybe the LibDems…


    Luciana Berger’s and Philip Lee’s defection to the Lib Dems makes it four unelected Liberal “Democrat” MPs out of 16. Will they show commitment to democracy and call by-elections? Of course not.

    Now my above-mentioned doubts grow stronger, as I read ( in The Sun, but even so!) that the bold Bojo was ‘grieved’ when he kicked out the collabos.

    And that he is eager to ‘build bridges’ with the enemies of democracy.

    If he is already setting out to bring those rotten renegades back into his parliamentary fold, it’s not because he’s a damfool.

     It means he is NOT to be trusted.

    But then we said that years ago.



    • Noreen Paterson 22:26 on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The link to the Conservative Home article is well worth using, because it explains just how much of a dictatorship the Tory Party is and has been for years.

      That is not to criticise Johnson for using the powers accessible to him but to make the point that the Remain rebels and their friends still in the party never stood up for the real conservatives who were deselected or otherwise driven out of the party.

      You wrote about that Isle of Wight MP purged by May and there were many others, in Scotland and the Midlands, deselected at Cameron’s direction for praising Enoch Powell, who was one of the most outstanding conservative thinkers in modern British history.
      Amber Rudd didn’t burst into laments about ‘decency and democracy’ when good principled conservatives were treated as badly as she says her wets were, and for much less good reason.


    • Iris Keller 11:20 on September 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I used to think English politucs was boring but now it has livened up a lot.

      Is it possible, the PM going to jail for trying to implement rhe peple’s decision to leave?
      I am thinking about bakiing a cake and putting a file in it so he can use it to get out the window of his,cell, if the people don’t break in and free him.
      England needs a revolution.


    • Edward Lamont 15:32 on September 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      He should expel more, not be grieving about those untrustworthy and unconservative anti-democratic Remainiacs.
      He is many things I don’t like but he is not a fool, so I think he will not u-turn on the sackings, but we’ll soon see.



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