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  • ross1948 13:30 on December 1, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Heritage Party, , , , Unite the Right   

    And In Bexley Too… Patriots, Divided, Can’t Win 

    I can still recall urging the best PM the UK never had…



    …to stand against Heath the Homo in Bexley, in 1974, was it?

    The great patriot had just announced he would not be contesting his safe Tory Wolverhampton seat again.

    Still a brash young fellow at the time, I rang his London residence and spoke to an aide, who promised to pass my bold suggestion on!

     In the end, of course, Enoch returned to the Commons as MP for a good but marginal Ulster Unionist seat.

    And in Bexley….




    … his shadow-life as a sexual aberrant unknown to his constituents, Heath the Homo breathed a sigh of relief.


    But that’s water long under the bridge, only brought to mind by the Bexleyheath by-election.

    It’s a sensible place, lots of pro-Brexit people there.

    Potential there for dismay at Johnson’s jellyfish antics to launch a patriotic revival!

    And today I read in the Telegraph that the crimmigrant issue…


    …tops topics of concern among voters.

    Rightly so!

    But look at the list of candidates!

    • Elaine Frances Cheeseman, The English Democrats
    • Daniel Francis, Labour Party
    • Louie Thomas French, Conservative Party
    • Richard Hewison, Rejoin EU
    • David Michael Kurten, Heritage Party
    • John Edmund Poynton, UK Independence Party (UKIP)
    • Simone Reynolds, Liberal Democrats
    • Jonathan Scot Rooks, Green Party
    • Richard James Sunley Tice, Reform UK
    • Carol Margaret Valinejad, Christian Peoples Alliance
    • Mad Mike Young, Official Monster Raving Loony Party
    • No disrespect to the CPA, but the four names in bold represent parties with few differences.

    • I don’t know how many times this point must be made…

    • Britain Needs ONE Pro-British Party, Not Three!

    • …but after the current spate of by-elections, these parties NEED to get together and STOP splitting the patriot vote!

  • ross1948 15:17 on November 26, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Heritage Party, , , Shropshire by-election,   

    Can Patriots Win, When So Divided? 


    I have only scanned the final list of candidates in North Shropshire…



    … and frankly, my response was simply to groan.

    Reform, Reclaim, Heritage, UKIP?

    Four parties with patriotic policies all competing…



    . ….for the votes of sound-thinking Eurosceptics?

    There is another party with a promising name, the Freedom Alliance, but on inspection…



    …it turns out to be concerned only with one basic issue, how to handle the Chinese Virus.


    Sadly, the Liberal Democrats who represent the worst elements in British politics, Europhiliac, soft on crimmigrants, pro-gaystapo, etc. are reporting a surge, in this once rock-solid Tory seat.

    I don’t believe for a nano-second that there are thousands of pinko creeps in Shropshire. I had a nice time there, and almost everybody I encountered was normal.



    How tragic if the only way voters think they can effectively bash Jellyfish Johnson for his plethora of let-downs is by opting for the lefty LibDems!

    • Edward Lamont 00:25 on November 27, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Always a problem.
      There is hardly any real difference of policy, so why won’t they work together?

      Liked by 1 person

  • ross1948 07:14 on March 18, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Heritage Party, , , , Shaun Bailey Tory   

    Laurence Makes Sense For London, But… 

    We have looked at the London Mayor contest before, and the latest news, about Laurence Fox entering the fray, merely reinforces what I had to say back then about splitting the Resistance.


    Laurence Fox, the actor, seems to be a dashed fine chap…

    Laurence Fox photographed on The Old Oswestry Hill Fort in Shropshire - Heathcliff O'Malley for The TelegraphLaurence Fox


    …but does he have the political skills to turn his ‘Reclaim’ into an effective political fighting force.

    And we also have commented on David Kurten…


    Many teachers are activists who disregard the requirement for political neutrality in the Education Act 1996 and openly advocate for Left-wing groups such as BLM.

    They have acted to embed political ideology across the curriculum, but we will empower parents to remove their children from the main supplementary subjects in which political ideologies are thrust on to children against their wishes.

    We will once again make Citizenship, PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) and RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) non-compulsory and restore parents’ rights to remove their children from these subjects. We will also require subjects like maths to be simply maths, rather than a Trojan horse for ‘diversity’.


    …a while ago…

    Astounding! German TFPC Puts UK Pravda To Shame! 

    ….asking about his new Heritage Party, with excellent ideas, but where’s the organisational beef?

    And of course there’s Farage’s party, Reform UK, who must have candidate standing in London too.

    Nor let’s forget UKIP’s Dr. Gammens.

    Good luck to all of them, and with the voting system, quite different from the traditional first-past-the-post that I had to grapple with in the good old days when I dwelt in The Old Country, a multiplicity of candidates does not, in and of itself, trip up resistance parties.

    The Tory nominee, Shaun Bailey, talks some sense too…

    Tory London mayor hopeful says basic income would be used for ‘lots of drugs’

    Conservative party candidate for the London mayoralty, Shaun Bailey.
    Conservative party candidate Shaun Bailey


    ….and if he upsets pinkos thus, okay, but after the last Tory London Mayor….

    Jellyfish Cartoon, Ocean Jellyfish s, face, text, jellyfish png

    …it’s hard to wish another one on the city.

    But I DO wish they could get together.

    Khan is such a total sh-t!

    The Louse Mayor Of London…And Other ‘News…’ 

    Fox may do well, but although he says he’s raised a million quid, has he got a strong experienced campaign team?

    However, one part of the media report appealed greatly.

    He has courted controversy by taking aim at “woke” culture and said he had broken up with an ex when she praised a Gillette advert which highlighted “toxic masculinity




  • ross1948 15:30 on October 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    Britain Needs ONE Pro-British Party, Not Three! 

    No wonder that abominable Europhiliac media outlet, The New European, is all over this story…

    , https://www.theneweuropean.co.uk/brexit-news/nigel-farage-wants-to-start-anti-lockdown-party-96178

    …because ‘Divide and Conquer’ has been a key strategy in every war, probably since Stone Age tribes first wielded clubs and rocks against each other.

    Of course the establishment parties in the UK are a source of disgust to patriots, proven again and again in recent months by the Tories’ weak-kneed stance on policing BLM rabble…


    London Fallen Indeed? Cur Cops Crawl Before The Rabble!  none of the nauseating kneeler bobbies were disciplined for dereliction of duty….


    …..and on Channel crimmigrants….

    Zombies And Aliens Invade London!   

    ….with opposition parties only critical because Johnson and Patel are not personally kneeling at the feet of the racist BLM mob…


    …and not personally on the beaches to throw garlands around the necks of primitive parasites illegally landing .

    Nigel Farage has had two goes at getting things done, UKIP and the Brexit Party.


    Nigel Farage


    Either could have served as foundations to build a bigger and better resistance movement.

    But though his fans stay together, for example with a significant following on Facebook, he’s left them adrift.

    Laurence Fox, the actor, seems to be a dashed fine chap…

    Laurence Fox photographed on The Old Oswestry Hill Fort in Shropshire - Heathcliff O'Malley for The TelegraphLaurence Fox


    …but does he have the political skills to turn his ‘Reclaim’ into an effective political fighting force.

    And David Kurten, whom we wrote about a while ago…

    Astounding! German TFPC Puts UK Pravda To Shame! 

    ….has his new Heritage Party, with excellent ideas, but where’s the organisational beef?

    Unity is strength.

    Separate patriot parties within one country are all very  well, if the country is Italy, for example, where the electoral system affords them the chance to work together and win.

    But not in the UK.

    Talks need to start.

    More on this before the weekend!


    • Fiona 17:48 on October 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The three of them must get together and at very least form an electoral pact, a People’s Front, if you like, and there is a huge appetite for change among the voters.
      We urgently need politicians who will put an end to the never ending surrender to subversive left gangs.
      Who on earth dreamed up that idiotic stunt for the post office, painting pillar boxes black?
      If they had any sense of fair play, all the others would be painted white!
      Red has always been the post box colour, and that was non-racial, so why crawl to BLM.
      I must add, I don’t mean every black person in the country, but the BLM extremists who pretend to represent them.


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