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  • ross1948 21:07 on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Peterborough, ,   

    Don’t Go Postal – Patriots Need To Organise…Their Postal Votes! 

    Confused by my headline?

    Going postal is an American English slang phrase referring to becoming extremely and uncontrollably angry…so says Wikipedia.

    angry face

    As with so much American slang, the phrase has crossed the Atlantic, but – unlike some sore losers heard among the disappointed Brexit Party ranks – I am not going to express anger at the Peterborough result…

    Image result for city of peterborough

    …although I must express dismay at the foolishness of two Labour councillors in that city, whose gloating remarks  –

    “I would say the Muslim vote played a vital role in Lisa Forbes’s success…”   https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/07/labour-peterborough-win-locals-react-lucky



     – can only stoke ‘Islamophobia.’.


    Instead, I am hoping that every patriot blog, all pro-Brexit social media, will carry something similar to what you see below.

    Nothing about getting a postal vote is difficult – the Labour victory this month was simply due to their experience in tracking and recording reliable voters in the area…

    Image result for postal vote uk

    …then making sure they got the necessary forms AND got them filled in correctly!


    When can I expect to receive my postal vote? | Your Vote Matters

    On this page you can find the answers to frequently asked questions about voting by post at an election or referendum in the UK.



    • Ned A 22:02 on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Good advice!


    • Fiona 22:35 on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If those two Labour councillors are correct, and Labour is relying on an Islamic block-vote to defeat the Brexit Party, or any patriot party, then of course much more hard work is in order.

      I know several people who would have been up there in Peterborough even using their annual leave instead of going on holiday. Unfortunately, the Brexit Party’s appeal for campaign help only appeared a week before polling day. I saw it on your blog.

      Proxy and postal votes are both vital in marginal seats and most seats next time round will be marginal.
      Proxy votes are available for people such as the disabled or very old who can appoint a friend or family member or anyone in the area to go to the polling station and vote on their behalf.

      There are a lot of OAPs who very much want Brexit to happen and Farage has to find them and help them register.
      I am hoping this is all a bit like teaching grandmother to suck eggs. Former Tory activists who have come over should already be well acquainted with these processes.
      Nonetheless, vou make a valid point.
      The lessons of losing Peterborough must be learned.


      • Colette 01:57 on June 12, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Very troubling, those two councillors.
        I’m kidding. Troubling is another word that snowflakes like to use instead of saying somebody or something is an outrage or an abomination.
        .It is an outrage that aliens have come to our country and are now banding together in support of a far-leftist, in opposition to our freedom from an overseas power.


    • Petra Malley 23:04 on June 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Not for the first time, Ross, your approach has me asking myself if you just throw your daily blog posts together while you’re eating a meal or getting dressed to go out. Is this a sloppy pot-pourri, or do you carefully blend tasty morsels in with humdrum material and wait to see what happens?
      The message about postal voting is very important, but then inserted like a secret potion in a glass of wine, there’s that informative and provocative quotation from the Islamic duo. which to me, and I would say most of your readers, was the cream on the cake.


    • Fiona 00:04 on June 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I commented just after the by-election, as you did, on how those councillors had boasted about Labour’s victory being attributable to a big Islamic turnout.
      Now that the outcome is subject to police investigation, there’s a lot of back-tracking going on.
      The Guardian today, a quote –

      ‘Labour sources have previously said claims that their campaigners have been involved in electoral fraud are a “racist trope”.’

      What can they possibly mean by that?
      Did they mean to say it was a lie, an exaggeration, an insult?
      Why use a word when they have no idea what it means?
      ‘Trope’ means a figure of speech. It’s a literary or artistic device.


      • ross1948 00:45 on June 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        Very true.
        Misuse of trope as a word has become a frequent form of left misconduct, Fiona.
        I am not sure why but could it be when they use the word wrongly it confuses the public?
        If Labour had said lie, or exaggeration, or some meaningful word, people would just call Labour out, since there is neither lie nor exaggeration – the police enquiries are real and serious.
        Trope-Tripe? I must write sonething, next weekend.


  • ross1948 00:06 on May 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Leeds, , Peterborough,   

    Peterborough, Leeds, London – More Meetings for Freedom-Fighters! 

    As usual, unable to be over there in The Old Country, I do what I can by publicising the opportunities for those within sight and sound of battle!


    up your, eu

    Churchill’s famous V for Victory!

    1 June – Leeds:
    Nigel Farage MEP (Ukip) and Cllr. Brendan Chilton (Labour Leave).
    6.30-7.30 PM. Leeds United Centenary Pavilion Suite, Lowfields Rd. Leeds LS11 0ES.
    Tickets: ukip.org/leeds15 June – Kingsgate: 
    Nigel Farage MEP (Ukip), Patrick O’Flynn MEP (Ukip), and Cllr. Brendan Chilton (Labour Leave).
    6.30-7.30 PM. Kingsgate Conference Centre, 2 Staplee Way, Parnwell, Peterborough PE1 4YT. 
    Tickets: ukip.org/peterboroughMarch Through London

    11 June March for Independence
    We have stumbled across a march for Independence taking place in London, and we would encourage all of our supporters to go along and take part. The more people that attend these events, the more impact we will have and the more press it will attract.

    • june 23
    • The meeting point is outside the Royal Albert Hall. The march will commence at 12pm. It will then head to Buckingham palace and then along to Westminster, ending up in Trafalgar Square. Please come along and wear your leave T-shirts with pride!
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