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  • ross1948 4:38 am on August 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Bradford And Bingley, , Gordon Brown   

    On Twitter? OK, Your Chance To Upset Brussels 


    This is from the Chairman of BBAG – Bradford & Bingley Action Group, and he’s appealing for Twitter users support.

    I don’t have anything to do with Twitter, but if you are, please note that one of the villains in the story is the Brussels Empire.

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    Today my wife Irene Blundell has made a claim against Gordon Brown for
    £184.25 which is the amount she invested in the Bradford & Bingley (B&B)
    rights issue approved by the Financial Services Authority and completed in
    August 2008 just seven weeks before Gordon Brown’s Government in collusion
    with the European Commission destroyed B&B as an ongoing business. See
    press release link below.
    Press Release
    BBAG is on Twitter and we need your help to make it a success.
    We request that you and other interested parties join Twitter and follow us
    on @bbactiongroup and @blundellward.
    This campaign will only succeed with the help of everyone and it is
    imperative that we build momentum on Twitter and other social media in
    order to secure the truth as to why the European Commission colluded
    with Gordon Brown’s Government in the needless destruction of Bradford
    & Bingley.
    B&B’s destruction is not just a question of compensation, the industrial
    scale obfuscation and subterfuge of the political establishment, particularly
    the Cabinet Office, HMT and the Financial Conduct Authority, in their
    determination to suppress the truth indicates that“ we no longer live in an
    open democracy subject to the rule of law in which those who hold high
    office are accountable to the people”.

     
  • ross1948 9:49 pm on May 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Foreign donations, Gordon Brown,   

    If It’s Brown, Flush It! 


    I’d almost forgotten who Gordon Brown was – the PM, I think, who dishonestly called for “British Jobs for British Workers” till Brussels slapped him down.

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    My recollection was confirmed, as I searched Google for the details, by one of the nutjob gargoyles…

    British jobs for British workers’ is back, a fascist incursion into mainstream politics

    …a couple of years ago.

    None other than a far left hackette who oftimes graces BBC Dateline, Rachel Shabi, whom we have discussed before…‘Humanising’ ISIS Pigs – UK ‘Drama’ Wins Guardian Praise!  …another ‘gabbling Guardianista,’ par excellence.

    But that’s another story.

    Unfortunately I was forced to conjure up his memory last night.

    He’s never complained about enemy aliens like Soros pumping money into UK politics.

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    …but he’s now up in arms about imaginary ‘foreign funding’  of the Brexit Party, with not a shred of evidence.

    A Brexit Party spokesman dismissed the smear tactics, saying that “I don’t sit in front of the PayPal account all day, so I don’t know what currencies people are paying in.”

    But he could have added that if donations in the form of foreign currencies DO come in, they might be from the MILLIONS of British people who have been denied their right to vote by Brown’s own party!

    If I’m not wrong, Brown served in the Blair government that disenfranchised overseas Brits!

    Who Gets To Vote? Eire Aliens, But NOT Expat Brits! 

    So if they’re now taking revenge for being deprived of what should be their basic constitutional rights by sending a cheque…

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    …or cash transfer or whatever, in Spanish currency, or Oz dollars –  or Indonesian rupiah! – from anywhere, why the HELL not?

     
    • Fiona 1:55 am on May 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It was Brown who said that, British jobs for British workers, and it’s true he was told he was out of order because Brussels doesn’t allow any nation state to gives priority to its own citizens.
      You are also correct about him being part of the Labour Government that struck down expat Britons’ right to vote.
      And true too that he has never objected to foreign money being used to intrude on British politics.
      Flushing is fine by me.

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    • Lusitan 2:17 am on May 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Why the hell not, just as you say. I was given no vote in the referendum, no vote in the past two or three general elections and will get no vote in the Eurelection this week.
      Bloody Inland Revenue still send me tax forms though.
      Of course I will help the Brexit Party any way I can.

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    • Bob K 3:10 am on May 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That’s a few points well made and Breitbart has got onto this too, with Farage raising the question of foreign funding of Remainers which we know is true and Soros is the outstanding example. He and his money should be kept out of the UK
      https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/05/20/farage-remain-nexus-funded-by-lots-of-george-soross-money/
      There’s also the millions handed by Brussels to leftwing fake charities that are in reality political pressure groups.
      They should at the very least lose charitable status and privileges.

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    • Edward Lamont 9:34 pm on May 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I think it is only fair to quote from today’s BBC report, since it’s not a remotely pro-Brexit source.

      ‘Electoral Commission spokesperson said there was no evidence of electoral offences…’
      Nigel Farage commented that
      ‘there might be collusion between the Electoral Commission and Mr Brown.
      “I’m certain of it – I’m certain the establishment are working together,” he told the BBC.
      He said the commission had declared itself “absolutely happy with our system” last week, but had changed position “in an act of bad faith, beautifully timed to coincide with Gordon Brown’s speech”.’

      We know that the Electoral Commission is full of anti-Brexit stooges. Of course it will go for the Brexit Party.

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  • ross1948 11:28 am on June 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Gordon Brown, , , , ,   

    Pick-N-Choose Parasites V Hungary – Pro-Crimmigrant Vandalism! 


    New anti-immigration billboards put up by the Hungarian government have sparked political controversy, with the head of a small opposition party admitting on Monday that he had vandalised the state-funded posters. Hungary’s anti-immigration campaign sparks controversy

    And who’s this pro-parasite creep?

    He’s Viktor Szigetvari, of the ‘liberal’ party, Together (Egyutt) and half-a-dozen of his lackeys were picked up by police last week for vandalising the patriotic billboards.

    A billboard with a state-funded anti-immigration poster reads 'If you come to Hungary, do not take the Hungarians' jobs!' in the third district of Budapest on June 8, 2015
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    Hungarians, of course, are familiar from their post-war history of how a minority of fellow-citizens are prone to take the side of Hungary’s enemies.

    The evil traitor Rakosi, one of the most notorious Communists who collaborated with the Soviets, serving as puppet tyrants, is a handy point of reference for Magyars who study the quisling mentality.

    Unlike those who stood bravely against Rakosi’s Reds, however, the latest ratbags were released. No concentration camps or firing squads for these anti-socials, no matter their boss seems determined to persist with the law-breaking.

    .”We will not stop making the hate posters disappear!”

    So exactly what sort of ‘hate’ appears on the posters?

    None whatsoever.

    Their wording translates into perfectly reasonable reminders to aliens that they are exactly that, aliens, not Hungarian.

    “If you come to Hungary, you cannot take away Hungarians’ jobs!”

    That’s more or less what Cameron has said, or even Labour’s Gordon Brown, who, when UK Prime Minister, called openly for British Jobs for British Workers. Though we all know they were, are, a lot less sincere than their current counterpart in Budapest, Viktor Orban. 

    And what else? Blood-thirsty exhortations to massacre the migrants?

    Hardly! 

    “If you come to Hungary, you have to respect our culture!”

    Again, there are plenty of mainstream politicians in Western Europe who say the same, although again, their admirable sentiments don’t translate into effective steps to curb primitive behaviour.

    So what are the Egyutt A-holes belly-aching about?

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    The same report confirms Hungary’s horror story, a tsunami of undesirables –  last year, Hungary received more refugees per capita than any other EU country apart from Sweden, up to almost 43,000 people from 2,000 in 2012.

    But unlike Sweden, whose’elite’ rolls over and lets that rabble rule the roost…

    …the Hungaran Government is looking to stem the awful tide.  

    “We are working on a law that will prevent people arriving from safe countries from applying for political asylum in Hungary,” Orban’s Fidesz Party colleague, Antal Rogan, said on Sunday.

    And he made the point we made last week, that these arrogant aliens imagine they can pick and choose on which European nations they may inflict their noisome presence.

    It’s not ‘asylum’ they’re after, it’s the cushiest berth under Brussel’s umbrella.

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    He said migrants’ lives may have been in danger in Syria – a key source of refugees, together with Afghanistan and Kosovo – but that once they crossed into safe transit countries, like Greece or Serbia, they could apply for asylum there.

     Exactly.

    But let’s not let the poor Greeks suffer.

    Despite the on-going strife over debts etc., all civilised governments should encourage the Tsipras regime to shape up and ship out the hordes of crimmigrants infesting their historic land.

     
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