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  • ross1948 20:10 on October 18, 2020 Permalink | Reply
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    These Tory Clowns Must Go! 

    Thanks to the Telegraph for tearing off the ministerial masks!


    If these disgusting indoctrination courses….

    They are disgusting -https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/10/17/ministers-spent-400k-woke-anti-bias-training/   – read the whole story here!

    …had been implemented by senior bureaucrats without approval by the elected government, obviously such cultural marxist scumbags should be sacked and responsible civil servants hired to replace them.

    But if, and the report says it’s so, Conservative Ministers have been collaborating in this waste of huge ( or small) sums on PC brain-wash, then all relevant heads must roll.



    I suspect it will turn out Johnson himself has been knowingly complicit.

    The need for a new leader ( unlikely)…

    Britain Needs ONE Pro-British Party, Not Three! 

    …. or else a new party, to which conservative voters may transfer their support, will then be urgent.




    • Petra Malley 22:39 on October 19, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I hoped Johnson might grow into a statesman simply by being in the position he has coveted most of his life but his response to the BLM insurrection, cultural as well as on the streets, has been pitiful.
      We are waiting for a political home.
      Who is going to construct it?


  • 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.


  • ross1948 09:29 on September 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Diane James, , Liz Duffy, , new party, ,   

    UKIP Leadership Candidates – Kow-Towing to Gaystapo? 

    I like to think that we seriously need to re-educate people and promote progression..” 

    UKIP Leadership Candidate: People Must Be ‘Re-Educated …


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    That nightmarish declaration comes from a weird woman named Liz Duffy, one of UKIP’s leadership candidates, who seems determined to erase whatever remains of British connection to the historic codes of Christendom.

    JackbootHasil gambar untuk liz duffy ukip Duffy


    Breitbart’s article sounds the alarm over kow-tow capering by several of those ambitious individuals. And a timely warning it is, which I’d been planning to issue already, after reading the views expressed in the ‘gay’ newspaper called Pink News.

    NB – just as I often use the Guardian when discussing the civilised world’s Enemy Within, it makes sense on ‘gay’ manouevring to read what the other side is up to!)


    The front-runner, Diane James, told them that she would support the inclusion of LGBT policies in the party’s manifesto for the first time, and appeared critical of the party’s ‘conscience clause’ pledge in 2015 to permit anti-LGBT discrimination.


    Hasil gambar untuk diane james ukip



    This MEP went on to tell her dubious audience that the ban on gay men donating blood made her feel “uneasy” and backed “full and lawful recognition” for transgender people. 

    What will make many UKIP supporters feel uneasy is that, like the pro-‘gay’ Duffy, she shows scant interest in supporting Northern Ireland’s resistance to so-called ‘gay marriage.’

    We have to recognise devolved government but if the UKIP membership were involved in ‘testing’ the next manifesto as I plan, then I would expect and hope to see this issue addressed.”

    The same report notes that another of the leadership line-up, Bill Etheridge, has been beating the gaystapo drum too – he has called homo-weddings a ‘good thing.’

    Huge numbers of Brits who adhere to traditional values abandoned the Tories after Cameron’s hypocritical U-turn…



    …and joined UKIP, hoping to find in that party some serious commitment to the values they were brought up to respect.

    They were no doubt encouraged to do so by people like Diane James.

    As Pink News sceptically observes, she had previously voted against LGBT rights measures in the European Parliament. 

    She had spoken up for what the pinks describe as ‘homophobes within the party,’ as when she asserted that there were an  “awful lot of people out there” that share the views of MEP Roger Helmer.


    Normal Roger

    PinkNews fretfully recalls how Helmer notoriously insisted homosexuality is “not a lifestyle worthy of equal respect” and “abhorrent to God.”

    While God does not ( at least directly) participate in UK elections, all those notoriously normal folk do.


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    If UKIP’s next leader affronts them, with Duffyesque ‘re-education’ threats and Jamesian U-turning, they could easily be moved to switch to the new party allegedly being planned by one of the Leave campaigners, Aaron Banks.



    • Penny 16:00 on September 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      If that’s the kind of voter they’re after, they will lose a lot of us who voted for them faithfully for the past five years, or even longer.
      We don’t want more PC pink Tories in parliament, we want red white and blue men and women who will make Britain what it used to be, a decent country we could all be proud of.
      They should get Nigel to come back as leader. I know he’s done so much and deserves a break, but that lot? Who wants to vote for them?


    • Nathan T 19:30 on September 10, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      Good you used that Cameron illustration. That reminds everyone whay the subtext is, get their ‘marriage’ thing through, then get after the children.
      When the Italians legalised ‘gay marriage’ a few months ago, the very next day the beneficiaries were out on the streets demanding access to kids, ‘gay adoption.’ It was horrible to listen to them baying for it.

      I am not a UKIP member but I have voted for them at local and national elections.
      I will have to have a think about whether to vote for them again if they elect any of those named in your article as their leader.


    • Joe Webster 19:57 on September 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I have known Lisa Duffy personally for many years. Please be advised that she is not weird.


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