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  • ross1948 20:36 on March 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cacophonous Remainiac, , Starmer   

    Starm-Troupers, Still Fighting For Fourth Reich? 

    Having briefly recognised reality, purported to embrace democracy, that K. Starmer fellow has now revealed his unrepentant collabo character, scheming…


    …to have the UK rejoin the Fourth Reich!

    And though he says, ever so sly, that it’s for his children to decide, sneakily suggesting we might wait a generation before we see another drive to re-shackle Britannia to the Brussels yoke..

    …the truth is he’s well into middle-age, so his kids must now be adults of voting age!


    So if he ever comes to power, stand by for another campaign to chain the UK to the vile ‘European Project.’


    Sent from my iPad
    • Edward Lamont 22:33 on March 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Clever headline!
      These Remainers are beyond a joke, though , and beyond redemption.
      Boris has four years in Downing Street.
      He should get on with rooting out the Europhiles from public broadcasting and in the schools, otherwise the indoctrination will just go on as it did all the time we were in the EU. Without all the brain-washing, the other side would never have got so near to winning the referendum vote.


  • ross1948 18:06 on November 13, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , cacophonous Remainiac, Cynon Valley, ,   

    Will Braying Jackass Bray Get A Welcome In Wales? 

    According to Brexit Central, that jackass Steve Bray, whose asinine bawling outside Parliament must have made him into one of the most detested dorks in the UK – not bad for a total nonentity…


    …has finally decided to ‘put his money where his mouth is...’

    And WHAT a mouth!

    Question 1  – where does ‘his money’ come from?

    Many people assume he is as rich as Croesus, given that he clearly has for months had no need to earn a living by going to work every day, or any day!

    It’s also possible, of course, that he is unemployed, getting by on benefits, which normally require the recipient to be looking for honest toil.

    Does anyone know?

    Whatever, he is now apparently ready to stand, predictably, as a Lib Dem candidate.

    Questions 2 and 3…

    Does that really require him to ‘put his money’ anywhere?

    Doesn’t the Lib Dem party finance their parliamentary candidates’ campaigns?

    Again, whatever.

    His bleating, blaring voice will be echoing around the sylvan slopes of Cynon Valley, in Wales, where, Brexit Central usefully explains, there was a 56.7% pro-Brexit outcome in the People’s Vote of June 2016.

    Question 4

    Will the Welsh harken to his cacophonous calls?

    • Noreen Paterson 20:27 on November 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I do believe that man needs psychiatric help.
      As for the Liberal Democrats, are they really so desperate for candidates?
      Incidentally, I do like that name you have given Soubry.
      ‘Gagool’ suits her perfectly.
      Keep up the good work.


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