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  • ross1948 18:13 on August 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , General Election, ,   

    Fourth Reich Fan Shrill Soubry – WRONG, Again! 

    I see much ado about if, when or how to have a general election back in The Old Country.

    I cannot affect that decision, so I will let the melodrama play out for a while.

    But one quote in the Guardian made me smile. It was Cry-Baby The Shrill…


    Shrill Soubry Should Get Out Of The Kitchen!

    …Sour Soubry, who got so uptight about being called a ‘nazi’ despite her own immense and oft-expressed for the Brussels Empire..


    ….aka the Fourth Reich.

    Anna Soubry, the leader of the breakaway Independent Group for Change, who will attend Tuesday’s meeting, said she would “absolutely not support” a general election, because it “will solve nothing…”




    It WOULD most definitely solve something.

    In one small corner of an English shire, it would mean that vile vixen would be forced to face the voters of Broxtowe, whose collective face she has spat in time and again.

    You Live In Broxtowe? 

    Soubry, having been elected as a Tory, and having failed to force out more genuinely conservative colleagues…

    Brexit – Shrill Soubry Pants For Stalin-Style Purge! 

    …switched parties to join a Europhiliac clique…

    He could tell her what the bunker mentality does for a person


    …but has resolutely declined to emerge from her bunker and let her electorate in Broxtowe have their say on her turn-coat stunt.

    Soubry To Voters – Don’t Dare Try To Thwart My Betrayals! 

    If a general election – whenever a general election – is held, the good people of Broxtowe will at last be able to give her their considered opinion.

    My guess as to what that might be?

    Image result for get the hell out of here


    • Vicki 18:41 on August 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      She is a horror!


    • Fiona 19:02 on August 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I really do detest that woman. To me, she personifies all that is wrong with modern Britain. She leads a more than comfortable life, took all the country had to offer her in terms of education and what does she offer in return?
      A contempt for the majority who voted for freedom from Brussels and a savage determination to destroy any chance we have of reclaiming our independence.


    • Simon Trethowan 19:17 on August 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If you are still planning a trip to join the resistance, why not wait for the general election and take a B n B in Broxtowe for a week or two. I know you were up for a referendum replay but if the election works out, no need!
      Nigel has assured us he will put up Brexit candidates in every constituency so you’d have the pleasure of helping flush Shrill out of Westminster.


    • Mack the Knife 21:44 on August 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The most repulsive Remainer by far!


  • ross1948 20:03 on May 7, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: age, , , Dorian Gray, , General Election, homophobic, , , , Wedding reception   

    Anti-UKIP Media Scoop – We Look Older As We Age! 

    Well, the Daily Mail has excelled even the Guardian in mindless reportage – in a stunning revelation, they reveal that Mr Farage appears much younger in a video made FOURTEEN YEARS AGO!
    OMG. WOW.
     I rather think the intrepid cub reporter who wrote that deathless piece of prose looked about fourteen years younger then too.
    As did I, alas. We can’t all be Dorian Gray.
    That imbecilic observation is embedded in the Mail’s last-ditch endeavour to damage UKIP, with an old wedding reception video which features Farage telling a joke.  
    As one does at such events.
    They are not meant for serious political comment.
    They are also meant to be private parties for family and friends, but the slimy cur who gave the video to the hacks is apparently not just a rotten pinko…
    …but too ashamed of himself to reveal his identity, as he shrills bitterly –
     ‘He claims not to be homophobic but why tell a joke about throwing fags in a pool at his brother’s wedding?’  
    To which the answer must surely be…
    WHY NOT?
     The sheer desperation of the British Establishment’s media running dogs makes me hope all the more fervently UKIP are set to turn in some good results tonight.
    Maybe the hacks have seen some un-doctored polling results? 

    • Frank of Essex 12:20 on May 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      It looks like we’ll have only one or two MPs in spite of a huge percent of the national vote.
      Even Nigel’s losing in Thanet.
      But all this means we start right now preparing for the next election.
      That’s when we’ll see if Cameron has kept his word on holding the referendum, and more important, what kind of bag of crisps he’ll accept from Juncker and try to sell as a ‘great deal.’
      As you so rightly say, over and over, UKIP is really Britain’s only hope, so we can’t give up on it.


  • ross1948 19:30 on April 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: General Election, , , , ,   

    Bangers and Freudian Slips – Anti-UKIP Media Obsession 

    So the great sausage roll scandal sizzles briefly then fizzles out.


    But the enormous coverage given to this nonsense by the UK media is surely a much better story. Similarly with how they scrabble for vacuous voices to maintain their hue and cry against patriotism.

    In a more rational era, respectable newspapers, during election time, would feature useful insights to the political scene form people who might actually know something.

    A distinguished elder statesman, perhaps, or a venerable academic, an Oxbridge don, who had spent his life authoring weighty tomes on the constitution.



    Those were the days! 

    Nowadays, The Independent (although one might hesitate to call it a respectable newspaper) allots a chunk of its election pages to a flap-jawed fool named Russell Brand, a ‘comedian’ who’s not remotely funny, but whose deep insights into politics do tend to make you grimace.

    • His latest jibe against the crippled Stephen Hawkings  ‘I can knock Stephen Hawking out of his wheelchair!’ illustrates his level of ‘wit.’
    • Who’s laughing?
    • However, the more coverage this unkempt yob gets, the more his realities were bound to emerge – as anti-UKIP bile tumbles from his spittle-flecked lips, a Freudian slip. He reveals himself for what he is. As reported –

    “…if your life isn’t connected to doing things that don’t have any value, [you] feel empty and feel lost…” http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/russell-brand-can-understand-why-some-people-might-vote-for-ukip-10167915.html

    Of course it may simply be that his command of grammar left him lost and/or empty, but if we take him at his word, we must conclude that he thinks it bad, sad and inadequate  – empty and lost, as he puts it, if you aren’t ‘connected to doing things that don’t have any value.’

    Read carefully. That clearly means that you NEED to be connected to things that don’t have any value.

    Like The Independent? Otherwise, you’re empty and lost? 

    However, at least he concludes on a personally contented note. 

    He also said that after spending his life working towards becoming famous, “you think it’s better where you started.”




    We all start our journey through life as toddlers, and he’s certainly retained a remarkable level of immaturity!

  • ross1948 16:00 on March 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Cyril Smith MP, General Election, , , , , Matthew Parris, , , , , ,   

    ‘Sleaziest, Most Disreputable’ Media in the World? Britain’s! 

     Nothing like an objective and impartial headline, in the best traditions of British journalism. And that’s certainly what The Independent offered us last week, with this gem – 

    Ukip is the sleaziest and most disreputable party in Britain, voters say


    The ‘newspaper’ then provided us with the results of a survey which suggests many voters are amnesiac, if the lapses of one or two UKIP personalities in financial matters make them deem that party more worthy of disrepute than the mammoth  – and (slowly) continuing  – scandal of cover-up by all the main parties of sex-predators like Cyril Smith MP.

    Smith appears to have been a foul fat queer who used his Liberal Party positions of power to slake his thirst for under-age sex. Revolting.

    But MUCH more revolting was, and is, the failure by the political establishment to root out and expose, both to public contempt and to police action, all those complicit in facilitating, by censorship and suppression, his vile molestations of defenceless children.


    And of course the media must have got wind of it long ago, just as they knew and hid from public contempt the queer Tom Driberg, MP, who was infamously perverted, yet allowed to win and hold onto the Chairmanship of the Labour Party. And the Tory Party’s dirty linen is yet to be fully laundered too. Top Tory is linked to child porn stash  Express.co.uk21 Mar 2015

    Compared to all that, UKIP is squeaky-clean. And one’s main consolation is that Russians were subjected to immersion in this kind of ‘reporting’ by the communist media monopoly for seventy years but retained their ability, mostly, to see through the web of deceit.


    • liberal-media-bias
    • It’s all about what the media feed to their readers. Pederasty concealed till the perps are safely dead, their surviving political collaborators’ names held back till the election is safely over. Or whenever!

    Hence my second link today, about what is going on in the British General Election campaign, the orchestrated print war against the only party for decades that has broken the mould and challenged the corrupt and cosy cultural marxist consensus of what issues may be put before the electorate and how any such issue must be handled.

    …there seems little reason to doubt that the party-political establishment is still happily working with its friends in the respectable media…                           http://www.spiked-online.com/newsite/article/why-isnt-farage-entitled-to-a-bit-of-privacy-too/16805#.VRX5KfmUc5I .

    The author of that piece is no right-winger, but he’s honest- though I wish he could have put those essential inverted commas around the word respectable! 

    Respectable media would not give a platform to elite snobs like Camilla Long and Matthew Parris, who are not content to attack UKIP’s policies and candidates but slur entire communities of decent British folk.



    elite arrogance-s

    I refer to the pampered grandbrat of a Tory peer, who defamed the constituency of Thanet as “bilious”, “grubby” and “a small nodule of erupted spleen..” UKIP Leader slams Tory paper attack on Thanet  And to Parris’ infamous stuck-up insults to another English town which had the temerity to vote UKIP. Message to Matthew Parris – Get Stuffed! 


    UKIP has faults.

    It has expelled or otherwise punished good candidates for no good reason, like referring to poofters as perverts, which they are, and as ‘poofters,’ which is what normal people usually call them.

    And Farage’s back-pedalling after his sensible call for an end to the stalinoid ‘discrimination’ laws is not the only reason  I worry if his party can deliver on its promise to give Britons back their heritage of freedom.


    But what else is on offer?






    • Eddie Richard 16:14 on March 31, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      You name Long and Parris, but you missed another one, a horror from Scotland called O’Loughlin, who was in the Guardian last weekend. Political commentary from ‘a restaurant critic.’
      Never eat anywhere she recommends!
      To compare her with Pravda would be an insult to the commies. It’s more like something out of Der Volkischer Beobachter, that Julius Streicher published, real gutter press.
      It’s her snobbery that’s the worst part, she doesn’t really like the town where Farage is a candidate (Thanet) because the town people prefer fried egg sandwiches to ‘lobster rolls.’
      If she was just joking, she’d be a great comedian but she really means it. And she has a really mean streak.

      The UK media are all-out to smash UKIP, but that is now so obvious that it’s bound to rebound.
      Like you, I’m not a UKIP member but will be voting for them, mostly just because of the dirty media campaign against them.


  • ross1948 17:11 on February 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , General Election, , ,   

    UKIP’s ‘Not Got A Fly-Fishing-Friendly Tone!’ 

    Not a real headline, of course.

    But then in a normal world, we wouldn’t have to read guff like Ukip’s LGBT chair quits due to party’s lack of ‘gay-friendly tone’

    The Guardian, inevitably, which breathlessly relates that Ukip’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender group chair has resigned!
    Well, that’ll knock about thirteen and a half votes off their total in May’s General Election!
    If, on the other hand, afficionados of fly-fishing, like the late great J R Hartley, were alienated en masse by UKIP or any political party, there would be thousands of voters deserting to other banners. 
    I mean, who gives a sh#t if the miniscule mincing minority happens to be miffed!
    The problem with the dreary ‘gay’ agenda is that it’s long since advanced from pleas for tolerance for people who suffer from that sad status.
    Unlike the Islamists, who burn them and throw them off roofs, we conservatives simply ask them to have the common decency not to flaunt their bizarre cravings in public, and not to pretend that it’s normal for a man to marry another man.
    UKIP of course is not without blame here – it’s nuts to establish a separate unit of party cadres on the basis of with whom they wish to copulate!
    Now they’re appointing a replacement for the chap who’s flounced off-stage!
    Yes, despite, or more probably because of, the ludicrous media onslaught, millions of Brits will still vote UKIP.
    But it would be nice to be able to do so without having to mark one’s ballot paper in one hand while holding one’s nose with the other! 
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