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  • ross1948 20:06 on August 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Any Ken Clarke Coup Must Face MASSIVE Resistance! 

    Ken Clarke willing to serve as caretaker Prime Minister to stop no-deal Brexit


    Call them out! Fight back!

    I saw in the Express the other day that some ‘tycoon’ turd was threatening ‘riot’ if the people’s referendum vote was respected by effecting a clean-break Brexit.


    Surely patriots can do better than that if faced with a seizure of power by a stuck-up has-been?

    Mere civil disobedience may not be enough.

    If that loathesome toad takes power by means of a Parliament V People coup d’etat…



    …there MUST be resistance and Clarke must be brought down, by whatever means necessary!



    It’s to be hoped that patriotic elements in the Armed Forces would take the side of the citizenry, but that cannot be guaranteed.

    Studying the Poles’ Solidarity movement might be useful…



    …but personally, I’d say the French Yellow Vest movement offers the most hopeful contemporary example of a resistance movement.

    Since I am here, and not there, however, I bow to local wisdom, and watch, and wait…

    • Diana 20:33 on August 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      They want riots, they’ll get riots!
      I always hated the sight of Clarke.
      And that voice of his turns my stomach.


    • Vanessa R 21:51 on August 19, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      That smug toad should never be allowed near any position ofpower.
      He is authoritarian to his boot-heels and despises democracy.


    • Ferne 03:02 on August 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Clarke is a high ranking ‘Bilderburger’ and has powerful backers behind his bid to stop Brexit in any form. and anyway didn’t we just have a ‘caretaker’ (non elected) PM – T.May?


  • ross1948 21:52 on January 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    Up 2 UK – A Pusillanimous Parliament V A Proud People? 

    Those 303 MP’s who deliberately demonstrated by their votes last night their determination to obstruct a clean-break deliverance from the Brussels Empire…

    Brexit: 20 Tory rebels inflict no-deal defeat on government

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    Here’s one of the Tory Europhiliacs, Kenneth Big-Gob Clarke…




    …and there are the rest of ’em!


    …need to have their names ( and their email addresses, and the times and venues when they can be confronted by constituents outraged by their disloyalty) splashed across every patriot’s website, named and shamed, to be targetted in the next election, or better still before, for deselection.

    If their local parties will not oust them as candidates, every effort should be made to bring them down. They, and the Labour and LibDem lice who crawled into the Commons voting lobby with them, are no better than enemies within, collaborators…




    …and the Hungarians in 1956 showed what to do with those deemed to have aided and abetted the arrogant alien entity that had put their country down.


    Related image

    AVO secret police -the USSR’s collaborators in Hungary


    No wonder that foul creature Anna Soubry is whining for the police to prevent pro-Brexit protestors identifying her as the traitrix she undoubtedly is.



    Fourth Reich fan, Shrill Soubry : ‘I do object to being called a Nazi’


    Every one of the millions who cast their votes for freedom in June 2016 should, if they can, join that vociferous band outside the Palace of Westminster, chorusing loud and long that she and her ilk are the vilest in the land.



    c tgbe

    • Hilda Cotton 15:38 on January 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I loved watching those yellow-vest hecklers in London, and Soubry’s reaction has been incredible. She must think she’s above criticism.
      But she will soon learn the price of her treachery, if enough people respond to your appeal for more and louder protestors to come to Westminster.


  • ross1948 22:32 on August 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Emily Thornberry, Kenneth Clarke,   

    Brilliant Exposure Of Burqa Hypocrisy! 

    I have to hand it to Leave EU  ( to whom serious freedom-fighters should donate –  www.leave.eu    info@leave.eu ) for their latest bulletin on the Boris/Burqa shock/horror story.

    Apart from the obviously objectionable aspects, like media indifference to the fact that most Brits favour a bag-head ban, the bulletin spotlights examples of Remainiacs, like Kenneth Clarke and that Thornberry woman…



    …making equally critical comments on head-shrouders, and in Clarke’s case, the ghastly shrew Anna Soubry mounting her broomstick….


    Soubry defended fellow Remainer Ken Clarke


    …and leaping to the defence of Clarke when he called out the awful alien garb…



    Such a stunning contrast with her shariah-grovel shrilling over Boris Johnson’s perfectly reasonable comments!


    I do not share Leave EU’s admiration for Mr. Johnson. He has, to say the least, shown a lack of consistency on various issues in the past…


    …but on the current controversy, artificially stimulated by a biased media, he deserves support.

    Normal people shudder when these primitives parade their backwardness…


    …and it’s high time, for ALL kinds of reasons…

    “Very Tall Figure – Full Islamic Burka – Voted 3 Times!” 

    …that Britain followed the French and Danish examples and told them to enter the 21st century or exit the UK.

    • Fiona 23:10 on August 12, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It offends me the way some of these people react when anyone points out how childishly intolerant of criticism they are, but nobody cares how much we British are offended.
      It’s very offensive to see these women, if they sre women, who knows, eyeing all about them from behind their sinister masks.
      I agree with you that many of Boris Johnson’s words are motivated by self-promotion.
      But in this case he is making fair comment.
      To say these women look like letter-boxes is not insulting. It’s a fact.
      They knew they were migrating to an advanced Western country, so if they are unwilling to change their backward ways, then back they should go.


  • ross1948 22:22 on September 22, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    “Leave EU’s” Instruction Kit- Useful For Resistance Fighters? 

    I’m not sure how successful Leave EU’s proposal for ‘entryism’ might turn out to be.

    Instructions: how to get Hammond and Rudd deselected – Leave.eu

    Obviously it has worked well for the far-left, who now have control of the Labour Party…



    …but the truth is that Labour had for many years given up on the idea of preventing communists from infiltrating its organisations.

    Proscribed List – Sunray 22 B



    By ‘communists’ I don’t mean known current card-carrying members of the CPGB, but those who share communist objectives, the subversive CND sorts, and those who, like Bliar’s queer confidante Mandelson…


    Happy Poofters Day -17th May 

    ….quit the official Communist movement but have rarely, if ever, done the honourable thing and got up on public platforms to denounce the fundamental evils of marxism.



    Plans to infiltrate the Tories are less promising, perhaps not least by virtue of the idea being publicised so widely!

    May’s on-going witch-hunt against surviving conservatives within the Conservative Party would indubitably shift to focus on new-comers to the party who in any way give off vibes of patriotism, or show any sign of adherence to traditional values…


    Tory Purge – Theresa May Dances To Gaystapo Tune! 

    …which May’s party regime, almost more than Cameron’s, has declared war on.

    However, if people want to invest the significant sun which the Tories charge for membership and think they can oust by deselection the Abominable Amber Rudd…

    Arrest Amber RuddCalais Crimmigrant “Age Checks Not Carried Out! “ 


    …or even the Europhiliac dinosaur Kenneth Clarke, or that mouthy cow Anna Soubry, I can only say…

    ‘Best of Luck!’

  • ross1948 14:23 on May 16, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    So You’ll Abandon UKIP And Back Theresa’s Grand Design? 

    “It’s so important… that the Conservatives win and win well, so Theresa can negotiate that Brexit deal, so she can stand up to people who want an extreme Brexit either here or in Brussels.”   http://www.bbc.com/news/election-2017-39890248


    We KNOW what sort of ‘Brexit deal’ Cast-Iron would welcome. A total sell-out, just as he himself sold out Brits when he pledged a referendum EIGHT YEARS ago and then reneged shamelessly.

    Cameron is breaking his pledge to hold a Lisbon referendum

     Yes, there are responsible Tory candidates standing, and UKIP’s doing the right thing to form its strategy accordingly.

    Update for Brexit Tactical Voters! 

    But anyone who signs up for Mrs. May’s ambiguity on ‘Europe’ without checking which ‘Conservative’ is on their local ballot paper could be signing freedom’s death warrant.

    In Rushcliffe, for example, only fools would endorse the rabid pro-EUSSR Kenneth Clarke, who, like Cameron, has been on the wrong side of every battle decent Brits have had to fight, for years.


    Slob Clarke


    And we have already mentioned the ghastly Soubry woman whose constituency is next door to Clarke’s.Brits Making Holiday Plans? This Summer Try Shipley! 

    If enough of THAT sort of ratbag ooze into Westminster again, you can betcha May will end up relying on their support and the sell-out LibDems and the similarly ghastly separatist shrew Sturgeon to outvote resistance by parliamentary patriots.



    She WILL betray Brexit if she can.


  • ross1948 10:42 on August 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Kenneth Clarke, , Mujibur Rahman, Tulip Saddiq MP,   

    Tulip from Hampstead? Damn! 



    I must get out and find a tukang ramput, a barber, to trim my meagre locks this sunny Jakarta morning. But first, a look at last week’s news from the UK.

    A pretty smile can sometimes belie an ugly mind-set, but surely only for so long.


    • —————–
    • Today I read that Tulip Saddiq, Labour MP for Hampstead, holds democracy in contempt.
    • There’s a report in the Huffington Post describing how she shares the same inclination as the bloated ‘Conservative’ elitists who want to sabotage the outcome of the Brexit referendum.

    Tulip’s ‘considering’ a vote against the expected move by the UK Government to trigger Article 50 – the first step in implementing the British people’s clear decision break away from Brussels rule.

    She’s certainly not alone – elsewhere, there’s a report that up to a hundred revolting Tory MPs, led by the loathesome Kenneth Clarke…

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    …are slavering at the prospect of subverting the people’s verdict by various forms of Westminster manoeuvring.

    Clarke has always been a cur, but in some ways I feel sorry for the Labour MP, who was elected to represent one of the worst concentrations of trendy left-lib swamp-life in London.

    She defends her latest outburst by saying she must reflect the opinions of her constituents and further down the Huff Post page, she reveals that –

    My constituency in Hampstead is full of lawyers.”  http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/tulip-saddiq-says-she-will-vote-against-triggering-article-50

    My thoughts at once strayed to the jolly jest from a character played by the late Robin Williams in one of his brilliant films.


    • RAT-facebook
    • —————————-

    Why is the N.I.H. (National Institute of Health) substituting lawyers for rats in laboratory tests?
    Three reasons:
    1. There are more lawyers than rats.
    2. When rats die, many lab technicians feel sorry for them.
    3. There are some things a rat will not do.


    Nevertheless, nobody is obliged to follow advice given by rats (sorry, lawyers)

    But there may be other factors at play. 

    Having inspected Tulip’s background, I was interested to learn that her grandfather was the first President and Prime Minister of Bangladesh.


    Mujibur Rahman

    Mujibur Rahman


    He was assassinated after banning all political parties, and cracking down on the press.

    Using government forces and a militia of supporters called the Jatiyo Rakkhi Bahini, Mujib oversaw the arrest of opposition activists and strict control of political activities across the country.  https://www.cs.mcgill.ca/~rwest/wikispeedia/wpcd/wp/s/Sheikh_Mujibur_Rahman.htm

    Now, forty plus years later, his granddaughter is showing signs of a similar distaste for basic democratic principles.


    • 21NeverMindDemocracy.png
    • ————
    • Is what we’ve been reading really and truly Tulips’ own considered opinion?

    Or a symptom of a genetic predisposition against popular sovereignty?



    • DN 17:47 on August 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Article 50 has already been passed by parliament twice, once by the passing of the Lisbon Treaty and once when they passed the Treaty of accession of Croatia, so when the government have to trigger aticle 50 they have already got pariliaments approval.


    • JazPen 19:23 on August 21, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I dont know much about Bangladesh history but I love that lawyer joke.
      I think millions of other people will too.


      • Matt Morton 03:38 on August 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply

        Yes, right on, JazPen.
        Anyone who has had to use a lawyer knows that a rat is a much higher life-form.


  • ross1948 11:34 on August 9, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , je ne regrette rien, Kenneth Clarke, muesli-munching Brit-Brats, , , ,   

    Le Brexit? ‘Je Ne Regrette Rien!’ Say Most Brits! 


    Had to smile at an intro to an EUObserver article yesterday – As in Brussels, London’s political and financial class takes its leave for the month of August. Westminster is populated only by selfie-taking tourists…- how one wishes that London, and the UK as a whole, might be blessed with a 365-day August!

    How wonderful, if the political and financial class never came back from their vacations!

    But more interesting to read, given that EUObserver has often been a Europhiliac cheer-leader against us wicked ‘populists’ (aka patriots and democrats) is this shorter piece.

    Hasil gambar untuk je regrette


    A majority of Brits do not regret June’s Brexit decision. When asked by YouGov whether Britain “was right or wrong to leave the European Union” 46% of responders confirmed their desire to exit, while 42% said they do not find that the outcome of the vote was correct. https://euobserver.com/tickers/134593

    So the muesli-munching millenial ‘Brit-Brats in The Park’ can go crying all they like to the Remain has-beens like Heseltine and Clarke…



    …who are cooking up a treason-plot at Westminster hoping to thwart the people’s will.

    Kenneth Clarke is just bloody awful, while Michael Heseltine is so senescent that he’s forgotten that rare occasion when he recognised realities…

    The British public sees with blinding clarity. - Michael Heseltine

    Instead, they reckon a reckless Lords/Commons conspiracy would suffice. Curse the Snake That Hisses From History’s Dust-Bin 

    If they do that, and I wonder if they really are that stupid, there would be ample justification for revolution…



    • Hang-Em-High-1968-Cd-Cover-86534
    • ….with lamp posts across the UK put to good use. 


  • ross1948 17:09 on June 28, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Kenneth Clarke, re-nego, ,   

    What A Stupid Hunt! 


    Britain should have a second referendum on the terms of exiting the EU if it can secure a new deal to control its borders, Jeremy Hunt has said.  http://www.itv.com/news/2016-06-27/jeremy-hunt-calls-for-second-referendum-on-terms-of-eu-exit/

    This nonentity thinks the prime minister must be allowed to “negotiate a deal” with Brussels and “put it to the British people…”

    • b5300-retardalert


    But that’s what just happened.

    All he wants is another Camoron-style re-nego, and if THAT is rejected in his ‘second referendum,’ he’ll expect the carry-on to continue indefinitely?

    • EU - referendum vote
    • Another re-nego, another referendum, until enough people get so fed up they won’t vote? 


    But hang on…there’s the sting in the tail coming.

    …by either calling a general election or having another vote.


    A general election instead of the popular sovereignty Brits have just re-established?

    elite arrogance-s

     Power put back into the party machines, the sly suit-people, the charlatans, careerists and downright traitors who constitute the Commons at present?

    Grotesques like that other Tory elitist, the slug Kenneth Clarke…




    … who was on TV yesterday describing the principle of referendum as a ‘ridiculous hurdle’ and brazenly threatening to use the legislature to screw up the Brexit process!

    Mr. Hunt, here’s a considered response to your nonsense. 


    PS No sooner published this when I see in the Guardian that Hunt is ‘seriously considering’ a run for the vacancy Camoron’s leaving. – More of the same? No way!

  • ross1948 16:36 on October 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Daniel hannan, , Kenneth Clarke, ,   

    Referendum Campaign – Tips for Pro-Liberation Brits! 

    BBC EU flag


    A late night has left me uncreative today, so I simply recommend you read this very good article by D. Hannan MEP An idiot’s guide to overcoming BBC bias – Telegraph

    …and a sample of his useful advice….

    oh, and it included this FAB photo of that demented old EuRanter Clarke..


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    …which I’m saving for future use!


    Follow the money

    When you have a pro-EU think tank, charity or NGO on air, find out beforehand whether it gets grants from Brussels. If it does, mention the fact. “That’s all very well, but would you be saying it if Oxfam hadn’t had 40 million euros from the European Commission last year?” It’s only fair to put the audience in the picture. Likewise with big businesses that employ large lobbying teams in Brussels, and have invested in getting EU rules that suit them and hurt their rivals.
    EU - referendum vote

    Remember your non-news departments

    In fairness, the BBC makes strenuous efforts to correct the cultural biases which, it frankly acknowledges, are common to many of its current affairs staff.

    Yes, as we noted only a day or so ago, here –

    Eric Cantor Uses Biased BBC Talk-Show To Blast Tea-Party 

    The larger problem lies elsewhere: in comedy, drama, consumer programmes and the like. But, in the run-up to the referendum, they count, too.
    As I say, I offer these suggestions in a constructive spirit. I can’t believe that the Britain Stronger in Europe (BSE) campaign would object in principle to any of them.
    So, over to you, guys.
  • ross1948 19:14 on February 8, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kenneth Clarke, Shaker Aamer, ,   

    The last British detainee to be released from Guantanamo…Shaker Aamer, a father-of-four……Aamer, a Saudi Arabian citizen…..his wife and four children – one of whom he has never met – are now back in south London, awaiting his release….Aamer will be entitled to a compensation payment of about £1 million. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/11398475/Last-British-prisoner-in-Guantanamo-in-line-for-1-million-payout.html

    Anybody else notice anything odd? No, not the Ken Clarke insanity of giving Gitmo gits a ten bob note, never mind a million quid.





    Send the swine, and his bint, and their litter, back to bloody Saudi -they have petro-dollars galore if they’re stupid enough to waste it on the likes of Aamer! 

    The Foreign Office refused last week to discuss any possible payout….

    elite arrogance-s

    How dare arrogant civil servants not answer those whose taxes pay their fat salaries!

    Get your MPs to demand an answer!


    As one expert on terrorism commented, ”the consequences of the Government choosing not to fight its corner and simply cutting a deal are hugely damaging. It should be a source of great embarrassment to the Government that Aamer will earn more for his time in Afghanistan than any British soldier ever did.”

    Send a message to Cameron’s sell-out clique!


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