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  • ross1948 16:05 on October 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Heidi Allen MP, ,   

    The Appeaser’s Pet Pinko Shows Her True Colours! 

    Much ado about Heidi Allen MP, the Turn-Coat Tory who has just joined the LibDems.


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    About the only nice thing i can say about Horrid Heidi is that alone among all the female deserters, she is at least pretty.

    I don’t mean she’s prettier than that harpy, Anna ‘Shrill’ Soubry.


    A komodo dragon would fit that description.

    Ms Allen’s actually quite cute.

    But what the BBC report omits from their report  –  https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-49967901– is Theresa the Appeaser’s disgracful and arrogant role in protecting this pretty pet.



    The Tories in Allen’s Cambridgeshire constituency were quick to realise their MP was no more ‘conservative’ than a komodo is a kitten, and tried to get rid of her.

    Who interfered to protect the Europhiliac wench?

    Yup, Malevolent May, ever-eager to shore up support for her own sell-out stance towards the Brussels Empire.

    Another reason retrospectively to savour May’s blubbering removal from Downing Street.

  • ross1948 17:39 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Heidi Allen MP, , pro-crimmigrant   

    Target The ‘Tory’ Keen To Cover For Crimmigrants! Deselection NOW! 

    Absolutely sickening nonsense, to call these pro-crimmigrant agitprop outfits ‘charities.’

    Migrants Organise, Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants, Doctors of the World, Asylum Matters, Bail for Immigration Detainees, Right 2 Work UK, Right to Remain, Project 17, Women for Refugee Women, Unity Project, Latin American Women’s Rights Service, Migrants Resource Centre/Asylum Aid, Praxis Community Projects, Refuweegee

    As with other, more infamous, ‘charities,’ like these..Cur Qureshi and Amnesty – Don’t Say We Weren’t Warned! …the above-named have, by their latest stunt, plainly revealed that they’re politically-motivated pressure groups, eager to aid and abet law-breakers who should not be in Britain.

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    Surely it’s high time for the regulatory body to tighten up its rules on what depth of political activity a ‘charity’ may sink to.


    Absolutely sickening nonsense too, that no less than 112 MPs. have signed a ‘pledge’ to cover up crimmigrant violations of the law that may  come to their attention.


    This is outrageous indeed, these law-makers’ pukey promise not to let the Home Office know if, in the course of their constituency duties, they learn of individuals they suspect are in breach of immigration rules.

    If an MP stumbles across such information, one would think it is their moral as well as legal duty to report it.

    Certainly it’s their patriotic duty.

    In fact it is the responsibility of any citizen to alert law enforcement to any lawless activity.




    Illegals are not voters, nor are they even British, so they are not constituents. There is no duty on the part of an MP to represent, or help in any way, any crimmigrant who crops up in their constituency.

    I heartily endorse what Christopher Chope MP has said in response to the lousy list compiled by the pro-crimmigrant ‘charities.’

    “I have reported cases of immigration crime on behalf of constituents who have felt their neighbours are engaged in illegal working when they shouldn’t have been in the country…”

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    …Home Office policy is very much to ensure that, as far as possible, life is made uncomfortable for those one million illegals, so that they will be encouraged to go back to where they came from rather than be a burden on our public services here.  “https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/uk-migrants-mps-home-office-immigration-border-guards-john-bercow-a8581141.html

    Well said, and so should all MPs say the same.

    But over a hundred Westminster weasels do NOT say the same.

    Who are the guilty in this matter?  We shouldn’t be surprised at the Labour names on the list, nor the LibDems, nor the far-left separatists of the Scottish National ( not ‘nationalist’ – not at all!)

    But we also see that – so far –  only one ‘Conservative’ MP’s name is included on the list.

    Guess who?

    It’s the very same Europhiliac bint whom Theresa The Appeaser rescued from a  deselection revolt, as mentioned in our post two months ago. ‘Mighty Mekon’ Hague’s Very Vague Grasp Of Democracy 

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    You’ll find her name on the list published by the Enemy Within website. https://www.globaljustice.org.uk//mps-not-border-guards

    Horrible Heidi ‘represents’ South Cambridgeshire – but we have to hope that role swiftly becomes a thing of the past.

    It’s only fair to ask how she would react if she were made aware of other kinds of criminality among the people she meets.

    Would she keep it to herself if she realised a credit card fraudster were in her presence, or a mugger preying on Cambridgeshire pensioners?


    If it became obvious that someone attending her constituency surgery were on the run for robbery or rape, would she ignore her common law duty to report the information to the appropriate authorities!




    Horrible Heidi’s refusal to help achieve an objective dear to every patriotic Brit heart, the detection and deportation of every illegal alien in the land, is unacceptable.

    She should be run out of Cambridgeshire.

    Deselection is the only proper way to deal with any MP who proclaim her or his readiness to cover for crimmigrants!


    • Noreen Paterson 19:40 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It’s May who shielded this irresponsible ‘conservative’ from her own constituents and that was not the only time Theresa the Appeaser has meddled to obstruct party democracy.
      Heidi Allen should behave honourably and join Labour or the Liberal Democrats. She can be sure of the votes of ilegal immigrants whoever she stands for, and don’t tell me there aren’t a lot of them have got onto the electoral register as easily as May let them into the country.


    • Vanessa Reilly 20:05 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I had a call from one of my friends telling me about what you have written here and after getting back from a shopping trip, I have sat down to read it and must congratulate you.
      This Allen escaped deselection before, thanks to May, so now she seems to think she can go as far left as she likes with no regard for the people she was elected to represent.
      That kind of arrogance has to be faced down.
      Allen has to go.


    • Kieran K 20:58 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Patriotic picketing of her constituency offices?
      A long queue of local real conservatives at her MP surgeries, each patiently waiting to tell her she is a disgrace to her position as a parliamentarian and to her country?
      It is important she gets publicly shamed for her eagerness to protect illegals from the law.


    • Nicholas Carter 21:37 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The Charity Commission needs to start doing its job properly. Charities exist to raise money or material help not to demand MPs abet criminals.
      We saw the same in Australia with so-called charities telling the elected government to change it policies on illegal immigrants.
      If people want to achieve change in government policy anywhere, there are political parties they can join and work for the changes they want.
      Charities should stay out of it or lost their status as charities.


    • Vicki S 22:14 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Christopher Chope MP expresses the responsible view but part of what he says needs clarifying.
      He says the Home Office policy is ‘to encourage’ illegals to get out of our country.
      That’s not good enough. It’s like saying police policy is to ‘encourage’ bank robbers or pickpockets to stop stealing other people’s money.
      The policy should always be to punish law-breakers, whether it’s the law on border security or bank security or the security of the wallet in my husband’s back pocket.
      Punishment of those caught, if it’s severe enough, will DISCOURAGE others tempted to break those laws.
      Why not put illegals in the stocks for a week then deported?
      Let British people show them they are not welcome. It would be a change from going to a car boot sale on the weekend!
      Then the illegals’ friends back home would think twice or even more before they take the same low rosd.


    • Ned A 23:28 on October 15, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      My home town is in Cambridgeshire but not South Cambs.
      If there was a demo against her I would put the word around and get a good little crowd along to join in.
      She has got to go.


    • Elizabeth Curzon-Howe 02:34 on October 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I was told recently that although the government will admit to 1 million illegal immigrants being in the country, I have it on good authority that the figure is nearer to 3 million!

      They should all be deported.


  • ross1948 18:51 on August 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Heidi Allen MP, Mekon, party democracy, , , William Hague   

    ‘Mighty Mekon’ Hague’s Very Vague Grasp Of Democracy 

    I suppose I’m not the first to note the striking resemblance between William Hague and the villainous Mighty Mekon who featured in the British boys’ Eagle comic for years, and perhaps still does.


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    But regardless of his physical appearance, even Hague’s language has now begun to seem alien, or at least it confirms that British fair play is alien to his kind’s mindset.

    He has just spewed out an absolutely incredible democratic disconnect from his Tory Party members, who, if one thinks about it, ARE the Tory Party.


    The Tories should not repeat Labour’s mistake and let members impose a divisive leader on the party


    One can only interpret his arrogant bleat in the Telegraph as a condescending affront to every rank-and-file member who pays subscriptions, and does the leafleting and the canvassing on which political campaigns depend for success in both parliamentary and local elections.

    One could possibly have respected Hague just a little bit if he had phrased his stuck-up put-down message more honestly, something like this….

    ‘The Tory Elite Must Keep The Rabble Under And Preserve The Current Divisive Leadership’

    Hague and the Westminster in-crowd appear to imagine that the party is their plaything.

    They regard the people who stump up membership money and slog about in all weathers as an appendage tolerated for what practical assistance they render…


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    …but basically dumb animals, unfit to choose whom they wish to lead the party.

    Again, those people ARE the party – the humblest shop-assistant or waitress who holds a party card is entirely entitled to as much of a say in party leadership and in party policy as peers like Lord Hague.

    And even more, let’s not forget, MPs too should have no more of a vote in a are there to serve those people, who select them as candidates and can DEselect them, a right often disrespected…



    …as when Theresa The Appeaser rushed to the rescue of her fellow-Remainer, Horrible Heidi, in South Cambridgeshire, an outrageous intrusion into local party democracy. Theresa May blocked move to deselect Tory rebel Heidi Allen

    Hague’s outburst followed the plan announced by Leave EU to get thousands of patriots to join the Tory Party and help the surviving pockets of real conservatives retake control.

    I think their proposal is well-intentioned but unworkable. It ignores the ability of the ruling class, May and Hague and the other elitists, to thwart democracy as May did for Ms Allen.



    But the sheer contempt shown by Hague, who led the party to defeat when he was leader, for his fellow-members who don’t share his in-crowd status, deserves to be as widely publicised as possible, to show just how rotten to the core that in-crowd are.


    • Henry North 20:07 on August 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      The Tory hierarchy would simply use dirty tricks as they always do to stop the members from exercising their democratic rights.
      The example you give of Theresa May’s meddling in the South Cambridgeshire seat shows what they are capable of.
      And after all, it was never adequtely explained why May’s rival decided to pull out when the leadership election was due to be referred to the membership.


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