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  • ross1948 18:15 on April 7, 2023 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Labour Party advert, Maggie Thatcher, , ,   

    Nasty Warsi Disses Democracy! 

    There are a few more unpleasant people in UK politics than that woman Warsi, whose rabid fanaticism we have discussed in the past….

    Official portrait of Baroness Warsi crop 2.jpg


    …when she demanded that a Tory candidate be subjected to ‘mandatory diversity’ indoctrination

    ‘Islamophobia?’ Time For Tories To Expel Wailing Warsi


    …but not many …

    • (though the Guardian’s pet queer, Owen..
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      Owen ‘The Homo’ Jones

    • …has more or less echoed her whines about the Labour Party advert which calls out Sunak’sTories for not locking up child sex predators!)
    • .

    Warsi adopted her usual supercilious tone –

    Dog whistle met by dog whistle!’


    • …indicating that, in her view, decent Brits who want child molestors imprisoned….

    • …..
    • ….and thus welcome the Labour message, are no better than dogs.

    • The real problem, of course, is that Labour has, for as long as anyone can remember, been soft on crime.

    • Indeed, the Tories are too.

    • There has been NO indications that either capital punishment…

    • .
    • …for killers, or corporal punishment, for muggers and suchlike scum, is to be restored. In fact the last Tory leader to support return of the death penalty was…

    • ..

    • .

    • …in fact, the last Tory leader actually to be recognisably conservative!

    • Brits need a political party which will enrage the likes of Warsi and Jones and make war on criminal vermin.

    • At the very least, a binding referendum….

    • .

    • …on the return of hanging would give back to the ‘dogs’ (whom Warsi and Jones despise) their democratic right to direct recalcitrant politicians.

    • Edward Lamont 18:30 on April 7, 2023 Permalink | Reply

      You don’t mince your words, one reason I keep reading this blog.
      It is offensive, that ‘dog-whistle’ slur, as if expecting the electorate to approve of common sense is no different than summoning dumb animals. Labour will not do anything serious to treat criminals as they deserve, any more than the Tories will stop illegals pouring in from France.


  • ross1948 16:17 on September 21, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Maggie Thatcher, ,   

    Creepy ‘Comedy?’ Dissing HM AND Maggie 

    What a load of left-bigot propaganda!

    Arifa Akbar


    I refer to the review by one of the Guardian’s far-left fanatics, some bint named Arifa Akbar, pictured above, of a so-called ”comedy…”

    You’ll see what I mean from this bilious extract –


     “…dark heart of Thatcherism, forensically, through her policies: she is not a racist, she claims, as we hear her admiration for Enoch Powell….


    Who didn’t admire that hero?

    ….and her stand against sanctions for apartheid-era South Africa.

    Maybe Maggie knew the truth…

    South African Communist Party Claims Mandela Was On Their Central Committee! 


    http://www.sacp.org.za/main.php?ID=4151    “At his arrest in August 1962, Nelson Mandela was not only a member of the then underground South African Communist Party, but was also a member of our Party’s Central Committee

    …long before we did!

    The jokes, for the main, are on the prime minister rather than the Queen and there is a soft focus take on the monarch…a figurehead who upholds wealth inequalities and class privilege https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2022/sep/15/handbagged-review-sparks-fly-at-the-queens-audiences-with-the-iron-lady

    This rabid bint is not satisfied with discussing the play.

    She makes it VERY clear she’s playing party politics, as she..

    points to a discombobulating layer beyond the play itself, which draws our mind to where the Conservative party is now and just how far Thatcher’s party, branded so toxic then, had yet to fall.

    • I don’t much like today’s Tory Party, but equally I don’t like pinko creeps using a review to insult the Queen and smear a dead PM.

    • I leave it to readers to check if the Kiln theatre, London, is funded from unaware citizens’ local or national taxes.

    • But we’ve heard this kind of ‘unproven, unsubstantiated‘ bile  on UK Pravda too, the BBC allowing a dead PM’s reputation besmirched ‘without evidence‘ a phrase the tax-funded broadcaster likes to use against Americans who dare challenge The Dotard’s “win” in 2020.

  • ross1948 17:30 on April 3, 2022 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Maggie Thatcher, ,   

    Arrogant Argie Rant? Where Else But The Guardian? 

    The issue of the Falkland Islands was settled properly 40 years ago….

    ….when invaders from Argentina were soundly thrashed and expelled from the British territory they’d briefly occupied.

    The population, British by birth and allegiance, were delighted.

    So were the British back home…


    …who recognised Maggie Thatcher’s heroic success in defeating squalid imperialist adventurism.

    End of a glorious story.

    But not for the Guardian.

    That leftist rag this weekend affords the defeated enemy a chance to strut his stuff, 40 years on.

    No Argentine government will cease in its pursuit of our sovereign claim

    Santiago Cafiero, Argentina’s Foreign Minister, just hasn’t got the message. 

    ...we must be aware that without a frank and constructive dialogue regarding the South Atlantic…



    The UK should slap on a few sanctions.

    And also stop wasting tax-payers’ money on the UN…



    …which has been deliberately encouraging the recalcitrance of one government after another in Buenos Aires, as Senor Cafiero makes crystal clear!

  • ross1948 22:57 on July 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Maggie Thatcher   

    You A Maggie Thatcher Fan? Here’s A Film You Might Enjoy! 

    Everybody who reads our blog probably remembers The Iron Lady fondly.

    Maggie made mistakes, but not many, and her heart was undoubtedly in the right place.



    I had the honour to meet her, and heard her make several of her inspiring speeches.

    So I hope to watch this film that The Bruges Group is advertising, and maybe you too might like to.


    Eminent Thatcherites
    Thatcher’s visionaries
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    We look at some of the most influential figures that helped transform Britain. These political pioneers helped Margaret Thatcher change the course of history.

    They restored growth and show us the way forward.

    Watch the Eminent Thatcherites



    • Ben Chigwell 01:30 on July 13, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Oh, yes.
      I wish I’d been old enough to appreciate her time in politics.


  • ross1948 05:50 on October 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Maggie Thatcher, , Tory MEPs,   

    Get On Your Broomstick, Witch! 

    How dare this sleazy old witch – yes, I refer to the spouse of America’s most notorious sex-predator – pour scorn on the UK Tories for making one of the few good moves they’ve made in years.



    The perpetually sore loser showed her true Sorosoid colours with a bizarre bleat, claiming that –

    They’ve come a long way from the party of Churchill and Thatcher.”

    In what way?

    ’Conservative MEPs were ordered to oppose disciplinary action against the Hungarian government over their attacks on ethnic minorities and the rule of law.’

    The RT journo could have more accurately told the story by replacing the rubbish about  attacks on ethnic minorities and the rule of law’ with more truthful words, viz.,’ their curbs on illegal immigration and their shut-down of foreign-funded agitprop outfits…’



    …but let’s leave that for now.

    In fact the UK Tories’ support for Hungary, while laudable, was hardly whole-hearted, as the RT reporter notes-

    Tory MEPs were urged to distance themselves from Orban after the vote…

    Theresa May’s Strasbourg Slug team were not acting in solidarity but merely due to legalistic arguments.

    But this is all beside the point.

    Clinton should not be flying into Britain to bray like a jackass in this manner.




    Like Obama’s arrogant attempt at meddling in the Brexit debate…

    Remember Obama’s Brexit Rant? 

    …Clinton’s sniping is unwelcome and offensive.

    In millenial-jerk-spewk, it is INAPPROPRIATE!

    It has, moreover, no basis in the historical comparisons she ignorantly constructs.

    Viktor Orban’s Hungarian Government is taking on the same aggressive Eurocratic elite whom Maggie T detested..



    …and Orban’s vision of a civilised European alliance, based on the traditional values of Christendom, would have accorded well with Churchill’s ideas on European unity ( NOT unification!) which of course did not envisage the UK having any part of such a scheme.


    He looked to a tripartite relationship between America, Europe AND the British Empire!

    Clinton should shut her big mouth, but she probably won’t – Billy Boy doesn’t like his women to do that, as we all know!


    • Vinnie F 10:47 on October 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I beg to differ.
      She should not come back to the United States.
      She has shamed America too many times ans we wouldn’t miss her.


    • Simon Grevelle 12:29 on October 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Both Clintons are rotten to the core, and everything they say or do does the Democrat Party harm.
      Let them carry on making noise!


  • ross1948 18:44 on October 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Gisela Stuart MP, , , Maggie Thatcher, OECD,   

    OECD – Brussels-Funded – Is Anti-Brexit! And That’s News? 

    I was no more impressed by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s strident anti-Brexit shrilling…


     – their spokesman said Brexit would be as harmful as the second world war blitz…

    …than I was by that old convict La Garde, who produced IMF’s similar rant during the referendum campaign.


    Gambar terkait

    Guilty! But French Foe of Britain’s Freedom Walks Free! 

    It’s no more digestible to see La Garde still drawing a huge salary from IMF despite that French court verdict than it is to be reminded that OECD gets tons of money from the Euro-Commissars in Brussels.


    Gambar terkait


    Labour MP Gisela Stuart said: “It is laughable that the EU-funded OECD, at a time that is the most helpful possible for Brussels, has the gall to intervene in our negotiations and call for Brexit to be reversed.


    Gambar terkait


    UK Treasury rejects OECD’s call for second Brexit referendum

    I won’t go into detail because another – full-time! – blogger had done the hard work and I simply offer you his link.

    A look at some of the OECD’s Previous forecasts…

    I am not in Britain and not likely to be there this year or next year. But I sincerely hope that Brits are responding to the condescension of Liar Junckers and his cabal.



    It’s not just the greed of their Brexit Bill demands, which ignores the endless rip-offs perpetrated against the UK over many years, but the sheer bloody arrogance – how dare they dictate what may or may not be discussed.

    True, it’s May’s fault for weakly giving in on the agenda, bowing to Brussels on the order of what may be argued, rip-off before trading deals, etc.



    Of course Britain should be free as of June last year to start seeking trade deals whenever and wherever it’s best for Britain, NOT when the EUSSR permits.

    Time for May to walk away.



    Maggie would have, for sure.

    • Pamela 22:22 on October 20, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I am pleased to see you are banging the Brexit drum, Ross, and I couldn’t agree more, that Maggie or somebody very like her, is what we need right now.
      May will leave us under those European judges who are hostile to our country and to every traditional value.

      I see UKIP is doing bady lin local government elections but I cannot imagine any other party to vote for. Mr. Rees-Mogg is to be admired but the Tories will not choose him to replace May. There are far too many liberals among their MPs now and even were he to win through, is he really going to purge his party of the leftwing element which is so entrenched?
      I think not.


  • ross1948 17:58 on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Maggie Thatcher, , , , , Tristan Garel-Jones, White Paper Brexit   

    Tories Ready To Stab Britons in the Back? 

    No point in repeating our previous condemnations of Peter Hain, a despicable character who, urged on by B. Liar, tried to do a dirty back-room deal with Madrid…


    ‘Let My People Go!’ Says Terrorist Mourner Hain 


    …all their plotting behind closed doors.

    …those negotiations never included Gibraltarians or their chief minister… a serious breach in accountability to parliament.  https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2002/nov/08/uk.gibraltar,,

    Gibraltar, as Hain confesses, was only saved from implantation of a foreign flag by Spanish intransigence.

    But, while perhaps not terribly surprising, his latest appeasement howl in the Guardian reveals that the Conservative Party too has been similarly up to no good for years.


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    William Armand Thomas Tristan Garel-Jones, Baron Garel-Jones


    • Former Tory Europe minister Tristan Garel-Jones has confirmed that “this is what we were trying to do under the Thatcher and Major governments…”

    Now THAT  – Tory treason – is what needs urgently to be addressed. The Iron Lady is not around to defend herself.


    Sinn Fein/IRA were aware of the investigation. The delegation told Downing Street that they would not attend talks without McGuinness and that he would not attend if the threat of prosecution hung over him. As a result, John Major’s government ordered that the relevant files should be ‘disappeared’. Which they duly were.’  http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/douglas-murray/2014/04/truth-lies-and-martin-mcguinness/


    But Little John still is alive and kicking – kicking British democracy in the teeth…

    God Save The Queen – God Damn John Major

    …and from what we know of his slimy record of lies and hypocrisy during the betrayal of Ulster – ‘talks with Adams would make my stomach churn,’ as those talks were going on – it’s entirely credible…

    …that the swine would get into a sell-out at the drop of a hat.

    His current Remainiac ranting is further evidence of his indifference towards, maybe engrained contempt for, British people’s right to self-determination, home or away.

    But what’s more important is the mind-set of Theresa May.

    • There’s an ominous article in EU Observer, which all good British patriots should read carefully, if only to get their heads round one key fact as defined in May’s own lengthy White Paper, which was published on 30th May.


    • The EUSSR’s robed rogues will still rule the United Kingdom.

    …the White Paper proposes that European Court of Justice case law carries the same domestic status, in terms of precedent, as UK Supreme Court judgments. Meanwhile, EU-derived law will continue to take priority over pre-Brexit Day UK law…

    Column / Brexit Briefing] Controlling the right of repeal


    If May will not recant, she must be brought down!



    • Diana 19:10 on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Hain’s a horror but you’re right, May is the one that needs to be monitored.
      She was a Remainer and from that article you quoted it sounds like she’s planning to keep British law under Brussels court control.
      We need Ukip to keep her honest, if it’s realistic to expect honesty from any Tory. .


    • Pamela 20:59 on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You do a good job of painting a complete picture of what these people are doing and have done.
      I never liked Major and Cameron ended any trust I ever had in the Conservative Party.
      It goes without saying that I don’t trust May because she was Home Secretary all through the Cameron years when hundreds of thousands got into Britain.

      She did nothing to bring those immigration tribunals and judges under control when they were allowing terrible people to appeal decisions and stay no matter how many crimes they committed.
      Getting the UK out of the EUSSR depends on total commitment by the Government and few of them are truly committed.
      I can’t see why anyone can trust Conservatives. .


    • Muir 23:33 on April 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Never trust a Tory.


    • Pol Rankin 05:47 on April 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      On board with you on this, Ross. I keep thinking of the other referendums in other countries which Brussels ignored or swept aside by sleight of hand


  • ross1948 20:52 on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Maggie Thatcher, Monday Night Massacre, , , , UK Europhile mandarins   

    C’mon, Theresa – UK Needs A ‘Monday Night Massacre!’ 

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    CNN is not good for brunch digestion.

    Gambar kisah untuk monday night massacre cnn dari CNN


    …the unnecessary, indiscriminate killing of a large number of human beings or animals, as in barbarous warfare or persecution or for revenge…

    The CNN bias I am inured to, but this kind of absurd hyperbole – a ‘Massacre?’ When one Obama hold-over is relieved of her duties after steeping out of line?  – is simply pathetic.

    However, President Trump’s sturdy Press Secretary, Sean Spicer, offered hope earlier of something at least a little bit nearer the dictionary definition.



    No killing, no cruelty, but certainly a larger number of people, namely the ratbag element in senior government employ, actively working against their government’s clear stated policy.

    viz.more than 100 diplomats have signed dissent memo in State Department …http://www.chicagotribune.com/


    Hasil gambar untuk sean spicer

    Sean Spicer


    ‘Get with the program or go!’

    Three cheers for that right and proper response from Mr. Spicer!


    If only the British Government would take similar steps.




    I can remember the day Maggie Thatcher resigned and it was reported that traitor swine in the Foreign Office were popping champagne.

    A den of traitors and a nest of vipers, as the late great Enoch Powell described them.

    Most will have retired by now, on fat pensions paid by the tax-payers…


    • snouts_in_the_trough
    • …………………….
    • …tax-payers who showed last June that they are more loyal to Queen and Country than the mangy Europhiliac mandarins who swilled bubbly that day three decades or more ago…

    • ………………
    • foreign-office-logo


    But the treason party has not been eradicated – it has infested, festered and become engrained in the FCO over the years.

    Just read through the excellent Bruges Group report.



    Britain and Europe: The Culture of Deceit – Bruges Group



    Over to Theresa.

    IF Mrs. May genuinely wants to get Brexit signed and sealed successfully, she should root out the renegade Remainiacs still crawling within the FCO’s corridors of power.

    But that’s a big IF!


    • Leo L. 21:55 on January 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I couldn’t agree more.
      The Foreign Office has been a nest of vipers since long before Enoch used the phrase. Kim Philby and his other Cambridge communist intake were well entrenched before I was born. Their equivalents today are the Europhiles, dedicated to keeping the Uk under foreign rule..

      It used to be a popular joke, how the Agriculture Ministry in London looked out for farmers while the Foreign Office looked out for foreigners.
      Not foreign tourists, but foreign governments,

      I can remember when Sir Alec Douglas Home did his tit-for-tat expulsion of Soviet diplomats years and years ago, some spineless crumb in the FCO got all sniffy and wailed that this wasn’t ‘a game of ping pong!’.
      They really hate it when British minister annoy other countries by sticking up for British rights and interests.
      I just saw the former chief viper who retired as Head of the Foreign Office last year. Now he’s right into politics, on the left side of course, telling Theresa she should cancel Trump’s State Visit.

      You hit the nail on the head.
      A clear-out of Europhile, left-wing prats is a must


    • Vicki 13:10 on February 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Out with the FCO mandarin class. They are products of private schooling who in many ways have no idea how ordinary people live, work or think. When they do hear what we think,their attitude is to put us down as populist plebs who are so much less enlightened than they are.
      Their obsession with Brussels is unhealthy and unpatriotic.


  • ross1948 16:24 on April 26, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Maggie Thatcher, Pym, , ,   

    Corbyn's "One of Ours," Say Argies! 

    A friend to every country but his own, words that apply to most liberals, and this week certainly to Jeremy Corbyn, of whom the Argentine Ambassador says –  



    two of a kind…


    “He is one of ours!”

    And Senora Castro has good reason to be delighted, for Comrade Corbyn has forsworn the pledge of self-determination which every British party leader has endorsed, since the Falklands Liberation War ended in 1982.

    • falklands
    • “He is saying that dialogue [is] possible and that attitudes are beginning to change, that what was achieved in Northern Ireland can be achieved also here!”

    There are, so far as I know, no Argies living on those British islands in the South Atlantic, so what was achieved in Northern Ireland, power-sharing between decent Brits and a substantial treasonous minority, would be hard to effect.


    • What Corbyn and Castro seem to be talking about is a revival of the appeasement scheme promoted by the late Foreign Office fop, Francis Pym, handing partial control of UK sovereign territory to an alien and aggressive foreign country, under the auspices of the United Nations.
    • ———–
    • margaret_thatcher
    • ————
    • Maggie slapped down that oily little man back then, and it’s nice that even Labour’s foreign affairs spokesman did the same to Comrade Creepy.
    • ——————–
    • But I’ll bet he carries on, nailing his craven colours to the mast of that laughable hypocrisy, the UN Decolonisation Committee, or whatever it’s calling itself these days…a band of curs who show NO interest in self-determination where it’s sorely needed, as in Tibet…
      • Tibet_map
      • ===========

      …but ever-eager to force our kith and kin under the Argentine flag.

  • ross1948 23:27 on March 22, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Maggie Thatcher, NUM, , , , , , ,   

    Memories of Scargill’s Red Nazis, As Jakarta Cabbies Run Amok 

    police orgreave

    Officer Down! NUM bootboys attack a fallen cop


    Those of you who were in the UK during the marxist-run National Union of Mine-Workers’ violent strike thirty-something years ago must have been as appalled as me to learn of what happened in Jakarta today.


    Who could forget their red fuhrer Scargill’s war against parliamentary democracy?

    His hoodlums waged a campaign of vicious intimidation against working miners who defied his bully-boy strategy.

    Praise be there was Maggie Thatcher to prevent the triumph of their brutality.


    Who the Hell do these ‘protestors’ think they are?


    • While many of the cabbies involved in the protest demos against their Uber and GoJek compeititors behaved responsibly, others did not. Some thugs in their ranks not only criticised colleagues who exercised their right to work but physically attacked them.

    Worse, the louts intimidated passengers.


    ahok Ahok


    Hurray for Governor Ahok, who says he’ll revoke the licenses of cab companies which don’t take stern action against lawless ratbags who engaged in vandalism and forced passengers to get out of the taxis in the middle of the street. One such incident took place on the innercity toll road along Jl. Gatot Subroto outside the House of Representatives in South Jakarta.

    So THAT was why one of the people who kept me waiting at Ratu Plaza yesterday smsed to say she was ‘scared!’

    Here’s me thinking it was the heavy rain that deterred her from arriving on time. I’m glad I didn’t reproach her when she finally did arrive! 

    Taxi drivers were also involved in brawls with Gojek drivers near Jl. Sudirman in Central Jakarta, which brought traffic to a standstill.

    I was actually on Sudirman, to and fro, passing the time, awaiting my acquaintance, but saw no signs of this mayhem!

    A brawl also took place in front of the State Palace, where taxi drivers were also demonstrating.Hundreds of taxi drivers threw soil and water bottles at Gojek drivers passing the road near the palace. Gojek drivers shouted back at the taxi drivers.



    Indonesia’s authorities should emulate the UK’s much-missed Iron Lady when faced with such  disgraceful antics.

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