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  • ross1948 18:20 on June 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Jamie Oliver, Nanny-State, , ,   

    Tiresome Troika Support Creepo’s TV Crack-Down Plan 

    • Davy Chote 19:32 on June 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nobody can stand Jamie Oliver, super-smarmy with a dictator-complex.
      How many times do we need to see his scoldy features telling us what we are allowed to have for dinner?
      As you say, he’s now collected a like-minded collective, famous gourmets all.
      What a crowd!
      If you would not want to dine with them, you will not let them tell you what to dine on.


  • ross1948 15:47 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Jamie Oliver, licence fee, ,   

    Fish And Chips AND A Balanced Media Diet? UKIP OK! 

    Further to the discussion on UKIP in our comments column, here’s something positive with which few patriotic Brits will disagree.


    Ukip has pledged to scrap the BBC license fee amid fury over the Corporation’s alleged anti-Brexit “bias.”
    Ukip pledge to scrap licence fee to punish ‘biased’ BBC

    BBC Bias Wanders Down Rue de Brexit!


    Whilst nobody can quarrel with UKIP when they point to the BBC’s repeated bias in favour of the EUSSR ( from which they infamously have been getting loads of money) the party should focus too on the irresponsible way the BBC has tried to make the crimmigrant curs of the Calais Jungle seem sympathetic.

    Je Suis Pravda? BBC Won’t Call Paris Savages ‘Terrorists!’ 

    Boo-Hoo! BBC Snivels for Illegals ALMOST Corralled by Turks! 

    Again, BBC Fails To Warn Police of Criminality On Turkish Shore! 

    In fact it’s hard to think of any issue where the BBC hasn’t taken an anti-British stance, except maybe the Falklands War when it declared itself neutral in the conflict between those who picked up its bills and the Argentine aggressors killing members of the British armed forces.

     Will the BBC EVER Be Pro-British? 


    UKIP will compare the TV license to Margaret Thatcher’s poll tax as it questions why poorer households must pay the £147 annual charge.



    The change will save the average family £400 a year by around 2020, Ukip figures will argue as they declare it is “time to axe the TV tax.”


    But there’s more! 

    ====Hasil gambar untuk ukip chips========

    Fish and chips – probably my most favoured dish, and a staple for millions of British working men and women.

    Makes a change to see any political party support proper food, rather than taking pork off menus to pander to pushy minorities.

    And co-0pting arrogant health-fascists!

    ...the state, he thinks, should “frankly, act like a parent” Jamie Oliver is a patronising bully and he can stick his sugar tax


    • Diana 17:17 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Don’t worry. Voted UKIP again.
      Don’t trust May.


    • Pamela 18:36 on May 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I truthfully can see no viable alternative to UKIP as the other parties are full of Remainers (including the Tories whose leader was against Brexit, after all!) and I want to see our country fully liberated.
      Those other policies too are a tonic, but I hope they will make it clear that direct democracy, on issues like capital punishment, will be a fundamental part of the manifesto.


  • ross1948 11:39 on December 26, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Haute Cuisine for Jungle Hoodlums? 

     I have no time for that prissy little cook Jamie Oliver…

    Politicians should ignore celebrities who want a nanny-state...the state, he thinks, should “frankly, act like a parent” Jamie Oliver is a patronising bully and he can stick his sugar tax


    Reckon what I whipped up here at home this Christmas –  –  was likely more enjoyable than his fancy-pants fare.

    Now I have to read that he congratulated one of his disciples, former drug dealer Jai Harrower, 24, who decided to give aid and comfort to the rabble in Calais, preparing a gourmet meal of vegetable soup, couscous and bread.  http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/629323/Christmas-Calais-dinner-Jamie-Oliver-chef-10-tonnes-presents

    “I want to inspire hope in others,” says Harrower. 

    That is outrageous.

    Responsible citizens should do all in their power to inspire DESPAIR in queue-jumping crimmigrants, dispelling their ‘hope’ to transfer their scenes of mob violence and rapine from France to the UK, illegally.

    Calais Women ‘Take Turns Staying Awake In Case Someone Attacks!’ 

    16 French police hurt in clash with Calais migrants


    • They have no right to gate-crash borders, since they are not ‘refugees,’ by any definition, having passed through many safe countries to reach Calais, which itself is located in a safe country, where again they refuse to apply for ‘asylum.’


    • a22ee-snoutsintrough
    • ———————
    • The arrogant swine are simply demanding access to the British benefits system, which insanely pours largesse into trough after trough, regardless of the burden thus placed on British tax-payers.

    Not that collaborationist ratbags are a phenomenon unique to Britain. 

    French charity Secours Populaire dropped off 10 tonnes of presents for children and adults in Calais on Monday, which include clothes, boots, painting and educational material.


    Those boots could come in very handy when the louts bring down some poor French cop, or Brit trucker, and kick his head in….


    Truck Driver Tells The Truth About Immigrant Thugs


    • Linda Miller 15:23 on December 27, 2015 Permalink | Reply

      I have three friends christened James. One is called Jim, another is Jimmy, and the third is called James, as his parents intended. I have heard Australians use Jimbo. No worries, as they say.

      Jamie, on the other hand, is suitable for a cat or a hamster but not for a grown man unless he works as a ladies hair-dresser or a male model.
      I read about how you made your Xmas dinner and laughed, but it sounds as if you enjoyed both the making and the eating. I think I would rather take my chances with what you cook than with “Jamie’s” junk.
      I think I’d rather have dinner with ANYONE but Jamie.


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