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  • ross1948 07:14 on March 18, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , London Mayor election, , 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 00:20 on September 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , London Mayor election, ,   

    Nigel For London Mayor? Vote Here! 

    A golden opportunity to boost the chances of getting London back under pro-British control.
    Thanks to RT, you can have your say on ‘Nigel Farage for London’s Next Mayor!’


    It’s more than just a bit of fun, because the freedom campaigner is still contemplating a run at the job.
    A good poll result will surely influence his decision!

    Farage considers running for mayor of London; would you vote for him? (POLL)

    • Cockney Rebel 07:14 on September 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      What a fabulous idea!
      Of course I would votee for Nigel.


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