And In Bexley Too… Patriots, Divided, Can’t Win

I can still recall urging the best PM the UK never had…



…to stand against Heath the Homo in Bexley, in 1974, was it?

The great patriot had just announced he would not be contesting his safe Tory Wolverhampton seat again.

Still a brash young fellow at the time, I rang his London residence and spoke to an aide, who promised to pass my bold suggestion on!

 In the end, of course, Enoch returned to the Commons as MP for a good but marginal Ulster Unionist seat.

And in Bexley….




… his shadow-life as a sexual aberrant unknown to his constituents, Heath the Homo breathed a sigh of relief.


But that’s water long under the bridge, only brought to mind by the Bexleyheath by-election.

It’s a sensible place, lots of pro-Brexit people there.

Potential there for dismay at Johnson’s jellyfish antics to launch a patriotic revival!

And today I read in the Telegraph that the crimmigrant issue…


…tops topics of concern among voters.

Rightly so!

But look at the list of candidates!

  • Elaine Frances Cheeseman, The English Democrats
  • Daniel Francis, Labour Party
  • Louie Thomas French, Conservative Party
  • Richard Hewison, Rejoin EU
  • David Michael Kurten, Heritage Party
  • John Edmund Poynton, UK Independence Party (UKIP)
  • Simone Reynolds, Liberal Democrats
  • Jonathan Scot Rooks, Green Party
  • Richard James Sunley Tice, Reform UK
  • Carol Margaret Valinejad, Christian Peoples Alliance
  • Mad Mike Young, Official Monster Raving Loony Party
  • No disrespect to the CPA, but the four names in bold represent parties with few differences.

  • I don’t know how many times this point must be made…

  • Britain Needs ONE Pro-British Party, Not Three!

  • …but after the current spate of by-elections, these parties NEED to get together and STOP splitting the patriot vote!