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  • ross1948 16:17 on September 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Enoch Powell, , , ,   

    Creepy ‘Comedy?’ Dissing HM AND Maggie 

    What a load of left-bigot propaganda!

    Arifa Akbar


    I refer to the review by one of the Guardian’s far-left fanatics, some bint named Arifa Akbar, pictured above, of a so-called ”comedy…”

    You’ll see what I mean from this bilious extract –


     “…dark heart of Thatcherism, forensically, through her policies: she is not a racist, she claims, as we hear her admiration for Enoch Powell….


    Who didn’t admire that hero?

    ….and her stand against sanctions for apartheid-era South Africa.

    Maybe Maggie knew the truth…

    South African Communist Party Claims Mandela Was On Their Central Committee! 


    http://www.sacp.org.za/main.php?ID=4151    “At his arrest in August 1962, Nelson Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our Party’s Central Committee

    …long before we did!

    The jokes, for the main, are on the prime minister rather than the Queen and there is a soft focus take on the monarch…a figurehead who upholds wealth inequalities and class privilege https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2022/sep/15/handbagged-review-sparks-fly-at-the-queens-audiences-with-the-iron-lady

    This rabid bint is not satisfied with discussing the play.

    She makes it VERY clear she’s playing party politics, as she..

    points to a discombobulating layer beyond the play itself, which draws our mind to where the Conservative party is now and just how far Thatcher’s party, branded so toxic then, had yet to fall.

    • I don’t much like today’s Tory Party, but equally I don’t like pinko creeps using a review to insult the Queen and smear a dead PM.

    • I leave it to readers to check if the Kiln theatre, London, is funded from unaware citizens’ local or national taxes.

    • But we’ve heard this kind of ‘unproven, unsubstantiated‘ bile  on UK Pravda too, the BBC allowing a dead PM’s reputation besmirched ‘without evidence‘ a phrase the tax-funded broadcaster likes to use against Americans who dare challenge The Dotard’s “win” in 2020.

  • ross1948 13:35 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: "Diversity Coin", Enoch Powell, immigration not election issue, ,   

    Sunak’s Clueless Coin? Stuff The Tories! 

    A huge lie, evidently brandished by Sunak, who is an educated man and should know that Brits built Britain…

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    When I saw this on another site, I initially wondered if it was a Trussite hoax, but not so!

    …long before the land was ‘diversified,’ and that its ‘diversification’ was never put to Brits for their consent.

    This is not to say that people of foreign descent can’t be valuable citizens – think Suella and Kemi – but those who choose to cling to alien cultures, or whiningly play the race card? Who eschew the only acceptable iseology, Queen and Country?


    Readers may remember – or brush up on the history of treachery – how Labour and Conservative Parties had a shameful, tacit deal NOT to make immigration an election issue.

    A very non-rightwing LSE academic, David Feldman, has confirmed that fact, though sadly he doesn’t seem to disapprove of denying proper democratic debate on a key issue.

    Finally, until the election of Margaret Thatcher as Conservative leader, both main political parties conspired with considerable success to avoid competing over immigration policy.https://blogs.lse.ac.uk/politicsandpolicy/talking-the-talk-immigration-policy-since-1962/


    And we know how Maggie was betrayed by her own parliamentary party..

    It might have been different, if the one statesman who broke the silence, back in 1968, had adopted an alternative strategy…



    …one which I suggested to him, face to face, at a meeting years ago.

    I was hardly the only one to propose the idea, that he should declare political independence, quit the Tories, lead a new party.



    ..but he courteously rejected my call, went across the water, and became an Ulster Unionist, not an ignoble choice, but far too restrictive.

    Had he chosen otherwise, a patriot party, a proto-UKIP, could have come to power.

    Now the task is infinitely tougher.

    Yet duty still calls.

    • Fiona 17:25 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Sunak and Truss have been at the heart of the diversity gang.. You have probably seen this but I am adding it anyway. Sorry for not commenting a lot but your comments space is often hard to access.


      • Fiona 17:26 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

        EXCLUSIVE: HMCR Spending Over £1 Million a Year on 16 Diversity & Inclusion Officers


      • ross1948 22:31 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks, Fiona I am trying to figure out what’s wrong with the comments access. At present I can read them but have to re-type them before they appear Some still won’t appear


    • Ned 21:27 on August 7, 2022 Permalink | Reply

      Enoch, greatest PM we never had.!


  • ross1948 06:10 on April 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Enoch Powell,   

    Enoch Lives! Today,14/4/18, UK Terrorised By 1968 Echo? 

    I missed out on this story, the BBC of all things under fire from the left/liberal ruling class for daring to broadcast the words of a long-dead hero.

    I am therefore grateful to spiked-com for bringing this ‘controversy’ to my attention and accordingly, readily, accede to their editor’s request to pass on his comments on the demand by Britain’s Enemy Within to silence the voice of Enoch Powell.

    Please read it.

    While almost all of it is indisputable, I reserve my own right to comment at the end of what’s been written.


    To understand the new illiberalism, look no further than the hysteria over the BBC’s decision to broadcast Enoch Powell’s ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech on its 50th anniversary.

    No sooner had the Beeb said it would air a performance of Powell’s 1968 comments on immigration – with commentary and criticism, not on their own – than the cry went out that the corporation was ‘enabling’ racism.

    It would ‘normalise’ racial hatred. To broadcast this ‘sickening oratory’ would put ‘black and brown people’ at risk, said one observer. People will hear the speech and think it is a ‘call to arms’, said another.

    The broadcast must be scrapped, they insist.

    This borderline medieval desire to expunge 50-year-old comments, to memory-hole an old speech, perfectly captures the elitist contempt that motors demands for censorship. They see us, ordinary people, as animals-in-waiting, liable to be triggered to barbarism by certain words.

    Monkey see, monkey do: the misanthropic prejudice of those who insist that certain ideas and images be kept from the plebs. Oh the irony of their bemoaning Powell’s speech as dehumanising even as they dehumanise the British public.

    Like this email? Forward it to a friend.

    I like it, so you have it now, and the only dissent I’d offer is that description of the evil afflicting Britain is ‘illiberalism.’

    Liberalism is the cancer, democracy the cure.

    So to Hell with Lord Adonis, the Brexit-bashing Socialist bore, who has asked media regulator Ofcom to stop the broadcast, calling it “incendiary and racist.”

    BBC plan to air Enoch Powell’s ‘rivers of blood’ speech sparks fury

    That call to stomp free speech is a quote from The Sun. Adonis may, is, an SOB but he’s no fool. He understands perfectly that to hear the voice of sanity is to start thinking.

    Inevitably the worst intolerance is found in the Guardian and the Independent.


    The BBC must withdraw its dangerous Rivers of Blood broadcast …

    But let’s not pretend the BBC has redeemed itself in the eyes of patriots.

    As the spiked writer says, the mandarins of Broadcasting House do not trust the British people (who are forced by the state to fund its bias ) to decide for themselves on the merits of Enoch’s words…



    …which, in their inimitable Pravdoid style, they have characterised as –

    ‘the infamous speech!’



    1. well known for some bad quality or deed, 

      wicked    abominable

    2. .


    …without an accompaniment of simpering, or sneering, or downright disrespect for facts.


    Check out your BBC Radio Four schedule today, tune in, and DO turn a deaf ear to the sour sibillants providing the comrades’ commentary.

    Judge that speech for yourselves and I bet you’ll feel as proud and happy as we did, who heard it then, when Enoch gave us hope.

    • Petra Malley 19:25 on April 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC makes me sick, that ineradicable bias which you spotted as you do so well.
      ‘Infamous?’ As a child I remember he was a household hero.
      The state media in the UK is as bad as ever Hitler’s was, or Pravda too.


    • Audrey Ogilvie 19:38 on April 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Why do we keep reading about that Lord Adonis?
      He is a typical NGO type, always a leftist, Lib Dem then Labour then into all kinds of ‘public sector’ do-goody groups, but I like best what Ian Duncan Smith said about him.
      “It’s a bit rich for him to pontificate on what he calls populism, but what most would refer to as democracy, when he himself has never been elected by a public vote. He has instead relied on preferment from others.”

      I would have put it more like he never had a real job, just one cushy hanger-on spot after another.


    • Brian Janssen 21:34 on April 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The BBC will never reform itself and never give the British the fair reporting they deserve.
      So the British should not be forced by Theresa May to pay the BBC salaries when the journalism is so bad.
      We too have the same kind of problem, and when i say that, you can try to guess where I am.
      I could be in so many countries like France, Germany and Austria because the same problem exists there.


    • Vanessa 23:39 on April 14, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with all of the above!
      Enoch does live, in many of our hearts.


  • ross1948 23:40 on March 31, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , blue plaque, Clive Gregory, Enoch Powell   

    An Appeal To Brits – Tell Off This Disgraceful ‘His Grace!’ 

    I missed this news from last month but it so incenses me that I am issuing a belated but impassioned plea to Brit readers to send an email.

    I refer to the disputed plaque that was planned to honour the late Enoch Powell, the patriotic hero who should have been Prime Minister.



    Most British readers may already know of the row in Wolverhampton, but I quote from the local newspaper.

    the Wolverhampton Civic and Historical Society revealed it had received an application for a plaque for Powell, who was a Tory MP in the city for 24 years.

    For non-UK readers these little blue plaques are to be found all over the country…


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    ….commemorating famous folk who lived, worked, were born or died at the sites the plaques are installed.

    Unfortunately, the newspaper repeats the infamous misquote of Powell’s most famous speech.

    ...Powell’s notorious Rivers of Blood speech in 1968, in which he warned of the dangers of mass immigration.

    I remedied this previously, some years ago.

    • Powell, the greatest PM the UK never had, used no such phrase. Its constant repetition by journalists (who undoubtedly know they are lying) indicates as best as anything could the poisonous dishonesty that permeates the ‘British’ media.
    • Enoch quoted the ancient Sybilline prophecy which foresaw the waters of Rome’s River Tiber foaming blood-red,  Rome entering a terrible time of troubles.
    • And by God he was spot on.
    • UK MultiCult Poll – It All Depends! 


    Needless to say, while decent people made their voices heard…Nigel Hastilow: Enoch Powell’s legacy much more than one speech – of course he should have a plaque …a number of worthless leftist wasters objected childishly to honouring the patriot, as they would to any patriot getting recognition of that sort.


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    Far-Left shrill Clive Gregory


    But disgustingly, they were joined His Disgraceful Grace, the Bishop of Wolverhampton, a freaky far-left shrill named Clive Gregory, who warned that erecting a plaque for Powell would be tantamount to ‘honouring his racist views’, 

    Enoch Powell’s views damned well SHOULD be honoured. If you’re not happy with that short sentence, you’re on the wrong blog-site.

    Interestingly, the same local newspaper ran a poll, and got 20,000 responses, with a SEVENTY PERCENT approval rating for the plaque.

    A decision will be taken by the historical society in July, it seems…                                                               Hasil gambar untuk wolverhampton historical society

    … so let’s all of us send them polite, pleasant emails email: wchs@mail.com  encouraging them to put up the Powell plaque!

    BUT…let’s also email that dog-collared grotesque and tell him exactly what we think of him.

    EMAIL bishop.wolverhampton@lichfield.anglican.org

    No threats, or coarse insults, please.

    That just causes problems.

    But a candid critique of anti-patriotic prelates would not go amiss!


    • Al Dennison 00:04 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Consider it done!


    • Petra Malley 00:09 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      When I was very little, I can remember everyone adored the man.
      Every time he was on tv, there was a hush in the house as the adults listened carefully and afterwards loudly praised him..
      Later tonight I will compose a suitable message for that bishop..
      Thank you for this nudge to do the right thing.
      I hope many people respond.


    • Jacko 00:20 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Gotta love the guy. Powell was a real hero.
      Rely on me, my grammar is no good but I will tell off that Gregory good and proper.


    • Diana 00:28 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Enoch to me is like King Arthur. I desperately wish he could come back and save our country.
      I heard about this plaque and now I am going to do what you want us to do.


    • Vanessa 01:04 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I’m up for a bit of dissing if the dissee if that Gregory.


    • Pamela 01:29 on April 1, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You come up with such good ideas.
      I was horrified by that attack on a dead hero but I just carried on as usual,.
      Now you have prodded us into action, at least all the action we may legally take to make him understand how we feel.
      I have all day tomorrow so I will be passing this on to those who will enjoy emailing His Disgrace.


  • ross1948 19:15 on March 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Enoch Powell, , , , Second World War, war graves   

    Liar Juncker Disses War-Dead – Damn The Swine! 

    Mostly, one merely despises lying swine like Juncker, but now and then an intensity of hatred trumps mere contempt.


    • jean-claude-juncker-2006- Liar Juncker
    • ————
    • From a modest aspiration to spit at the creep, this time there emerges a powerful urge to dash his head against… ooops, if you say what you think these days, you get the blame for louts who use violence against you (ask The Donald!)….let’s just say plunge the Luxemburger Liar head-first into a bucket of dung.

    • bucket-list
    • I say that after reading what Juncker told whoever had the misfortune to listen last week..

    ‘Whoever does not believe in Europe, who doubts Europe, whoever despairs of Europe, should visit the military cemeteries in Europe.’


    How DARE he pretend ignorance of the truth that NATO, NOT the EUSSR, prevented wide-spread war since 1945…




    I shudder to think what my own Grandpa and his pals, who fought for King and Country, might have said in response to such hogwash…


    • grandpa in France That’s Grandpa, standing beside his buddy


    But more recently, every one of my off-spring’s grandparents, each in their own way, in different parts of the world, played a valuable part against the last major effort to create a European Union.

    Today’s EUSSR is very much Fourth Reich in the making, as indeed its founding fathers devoutly desired.

    Brussels’ Nazi Antecedents Exposed

    Actually, the link on which I found Juncker’s quote also has some very nice comments about him and his fellow-commissars, like this –

    So speak Masters of the Universe, who expect those they control to know their place. 

    Jean-Claude Juncker speaks to Britain like a Roman emperor

    But rather than continue with this, here are a few telling words from the greatest prime minister Britain never had.


    dads army

    We are taunted—by the French, by the Italians, by the Spaniards—for refusing to worship at the shrine of a common government superimposed upon them all… where were the European unity merchants in 1940?

    I will tell you. They were either writhing under a hideous oppression or they were aiding and abetting that oppression.

    Lucky for Europe that Britain was alone in 1940.



  • ross1948 00:11 on March 17, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Enoch Powell, , , , , tv cameras   

    Schulz? Scheisse! Enoch Was Right! Strasbourg Is NO Parliament! 

    Having sat – and stood for standing ovations – among audiences which heard Enoch Powell in person, back in the day, I distinctly recall him denouncing the talking-shop in Strasbourg as being anything BUT a parliament.


    But since then, it has become not so much a talking-shop as a shrine, to oligarchy, the citadel of the elite, where contempt for the common people is dogma.

    And now its current commissar-in-chief has issued an authoritarian edict, to suppress those brave patriots elected to its ranks who seek to reassure those common people that not everyone within those opulent walls will sit silent where treason reigns.



    The president of the European Parliament wants an effective broadcasting ban on MEPs who wave placards in debates, amid fears that the Strasbourg assembly is becoming a “circus.”

    Every circus needs a contingent of clowns and we’ve seen and heard the cultural marxist variety time and again.  But Martin Schulz’s latest diktat is no laughing matter. 


    European Commission's President Jean-Claude Juncker (L) kisses the forehead of President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, before his State of the Union address to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, eastern France, on September 9, 2015. Juncker urged European Union (EU) states on September 9 to take "bold" action, as he unveiled a major plan for dealing with Europe's worst refugee crisis since World War II. "Now is not the time to take fright, it is time for bold determined action for the European Union," Juncker said. AFP PHOTO / FREDERICK FLORINFREDERICK FLORIN/AFP/Getty Images

    No wonder Liar Juncker made  such a slobbering show of his approval for the babbling Commissar Schulz!

    More honest people might express another view…

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    This German Socialist, in keeping wih his SPD comrades back in the Berlin Bundestag –   Hitlers SPD Heirs – ‘Media Must Gag Critics of Crimmigration!  –  has shown his true autocratic colours, having ordered the chamber’s in-house television crews to cut away from MEPs who brandish signs or wear t-shirts as visual props, claiming that they “encourage” the 750 elected members to “misbehave…”




    Better to have honest MEPs wearing t-shirts getting the truth across to citizens, I’d say, than have a pack of corrupt hypocrites wearing thousand-euro suits soaking up public funds.




    EU Misspent Almost $9 Billion From Budget, Audit Finds – WSJ

    But I’ll let you guess which – the t-shirts or the rancid corruption – prompted this outburst from Herr Scheisse. 

    “This is being financed by the European tax payer!” Mr Schulz complained.     










  • ross1948 20:21 on November 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bill Etheridge MEP, , , , , Enoch Powell,   

    That’s Told ‘Em, Oldham – VOTE UKIP on December 3rd! 


    rainy day special



    • Calum McD 23:38 on November 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      No sooner read than done, sir. “I told ’em, Oldham” was the tv advert slogan for the Oldham brand of car battery. Around 1960, you’re right.
      Sad to inform you that the Oldham batteries are no more.
      As for Oldham, the place, the election will probably leave it in Labour hands. English people are outnumbered there and you’ll always get the bad element among the English, social workers, college teachers, that kind, who vote any way except a pro-British way.
      But UKIP ought to get the majority of British votes.


  • ross1948 15:02 on April 4, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Bishop, , Enoch Powell, , , , , , , ,   

    I heard Enoch Powell speak, more than once. Back in 1968, I was one of thousands who marched in protest at his dismissal from the Shadow Cabinet by that effete organ-fiddler Heath.

    I once had the honour to shake his hand. That was after a meeting where I had asked him to leave the Tories and start a new party for patriots. I suppose we could have called it UKIP!

    enoch-powell-was-right-national-front-union-jack1 He was right, although not about everything.

    I also attended his memorial service at Westminster.

    It was therefore with no small degree of fury that I read of the attempt by some prattling mitred twat to smear his name with unsubstantiated allegations of ‘satanist sex activity.’

    I don’t expect much of the modern churches, as a rule. We had that rotten priest in Ulster, describing Gerry Adams as ‘a man sent by God.’ A murder-gang-leader? Who covered for a child-molestor?


    Terror Gang Leader Adams, Complicit in Child Molesting – ‘A Man Sent by God?’ 

    Yet the vile old swine who praised the fiend was not at once excommunicated. Nor was he denied his church’s funeral rites when he died and went to whichever fiery place awaited him.

    Neither is Adams excommunicated, which exposes the Catholic Church on the Emerald Isle as spiritually bankrupt, a moral midden.

    Nor is the Church of England notably more respectable, as long as it harbours dastards like that bishop who defamed a dead statesman, a man still idolised by millions.

    But I held my fire – it would not be long before the episcopal slander was rebutted by those with a wider circulation than I.

    Sure enough, Simon Heffer in the Mail has demolished the pusillanimous prelate’s smear-mongering, quite finely. If you have not read the rebuttal, there’s the link at the foot of our page. It’s top-notch.


    And more, because, once again, the BBC is outed as an agency of leftist lies, though in this case they were so utterly mendacious that they had to issue a humiliating apology. 

    In 1998, just after Enoch died, the BBC broadcast a programme in which they railed at Enoch for his hypocrisy. They said this scourge of mass immigration had visited the West Indies in 1953 to recruit black labour for the NHS.

    I was told of the story before the programme was broadcast and informed its researcher that Enoch had never been to the West Indies in his life. I was told, effectively, that I was lying, and it was broadcast.


    The allegations are a monstrous lie. That the lie appears to have been retailed by a priest is beyond contempt, writes Simon Heffer

    A black clergywoman, then resident in London, talked at length of Enoch having recruited her as a nurse. The story was rubbish.

    Detailed investigation by the BBC complaints department found that the woman had been recruited after a visit to her island by Jack Profumo, not Enoch Powell at all, and the Corporation was forced to make a grovelling on-air apology in peak time. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3017219/SIMON-HEFFER-allegations-against-Enoch-Powell-monstrous-lie-contempt.html


    The same BBC which declared itself neutral while British servicemen and women were fighting and dying in the Falkland War.

    The same BBC which cooks the books on immigration. Will the BBC EVER Be Pro-British? 

    The same BBC which cast its charter to the winds by acting as Harold Wilson’s Pravda during the Rhodesian sell-out.

    Harold Wilson used the BBC World Service to promulgate false information about Ian Smith. A letter in the PRO from the Rhodesia Ministerial Committee to the Prime Minister advised that Ian Smith should be portrayed as a weak unreliable figure. Note that the BBC’s World Service, although fully financed by the government, is subject to the same “public service” conditions as the Home Services…




    ….Another letter from the Commonwealth office dated 25th May 1967 refers to a request by the PM to be shown fresh guidance before it was sent to the BBC. The official said; “I am afraid this guidance has gone; in accordance with our usual practice it was given orally and confidentially to the Head of their African Service. It was suggested to the BBC, we should continue as in the past to make Mr Smith appear incapable of making up his own mind. He should be portrayed as evasive, weak and vacillating. Full agreement was reached with the BBC and the guidance has already been reflected in the content of broadcasts.”…-

    • propaganda2

    This campaign went on for two years. A letter from the BBC to the Civil Service asks for permission to discontinue the campaign because of staffing problems. The BBC man in charge, presumably responsible for continuously breaking his obligations under the Royal Charter, was being promoted.

    These letters are probably the only official documents available which prove without any doubt that the BBC has been used by the government of the day to broadcast government propaganda. Stop BBC Bias – BBC Charter Review


    Why has that nest of traitors not been de-licensed? Or better still sent packing to Brussels, which subsidises their treasom today? 

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