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  • ross1948 22:48 on August 22, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Project Fear   

    Stupidest Headline Of The Year? 

    Project Fear Lurches On!


    Brexit or Covid – what’s worse?’: UK coastal towns in perfect employment storm

  • ross1948 20:25 on August 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , Pascal Lamy, Project Fear, , WTO   

    Project Fear Lurches On – Now Who Dares Warn Brits Over Brexit? 

    We don’t expect much either in terms of transparency or investigative journalism from certain UK media…



    …but since there may be at least three or four Brits quaking in their boots at the apocalyptic warning headlined by The Independent…

    No-deal Brexit would relegate UK to ‘minor leagues’, says ex-WTO boss

    ….here’s what the intrepid scribbler didn’t tell you about the Brussels Empire’s ex-Commissar…



    ….depicted in today’s report wearing an unlikely proletarian cloth-cap…


    .( who gives a monkey’s about what a super-rich has-been thinks!?! )


    …Pascal Lamy, director general of the WTO, between 2005 and 2013, who issued it.

    What The Independent’s Ben Chu omitted, either carefully or sloppily, from his scare-story, were Lamy’s irrefutable links to the man we call Sauron…


    Image result for soros brexit money


    …the notorious plutocrat meddler Soros…through the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

    We here on our little blog had indentified the ECFR as part of the Enemy Within some time ago…


    Soros-Funded ‘Think-Tank’ Panics At Advance Of Europe’s Patriots! 

    ….but it is important to note that both Lamy and Sauron are listed as members.

    The ECFR was created by Soros and his Open Society Foundations which continue to give the ECFR millions of dollars per year. https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2017/11/30/soros-european-politicians-demand-eu-funding-hungary

    Exactly why The Independent’s Ben Chu elevates this rabid old Europhiliac oligarch to the status of someone in a position to ‘warn’ Brits about the risks of self-government, I can’timagine.

    I suppose his next journo jerk trick will be another ‘warning’ from some other French globalist guru…

    ….who is qualified to tell other people the difference between right and wrong choices?

    • Chrissie Miles 23:04 on August 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Who does he think he is, that Lamy?
      He spends almost his whole adult life serving the European Union and now expects British people to believe his ‘warning’ is meant for Britain’s benefit?

      As you so often say, ‘Ya Gotta Be Kidding!’
      Any friend of Soros is an enemy of my country, and of yours, whoever is reading this!


    • Amanda S 01:31 on August 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Oh, I had forgotten about Lagarde.
      I thought at the time, even if they are brought to court, they are never brought to justice.
      Soros’s conviction another case in point.


    • Noreen Paterson 22:02 on August 12, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Does anyone care what he thinks?
      Does anyone in the country even know who he is, outside of the ruling class and their media mafia?


  • ross1948 19:24 on January 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit made us lonely, , old white racists, Project Fear, ,   

    Hate-Brexit Site STILL Scraping The ‘Project Fear’ Barrel! 

    Some of you may know of ‘The New European’ website.

    It has been spewing out anti-Brexit propaganda for the past year or three, and while it is replete with Remainer rot, and frequently on the far-left bandwagon too…

    ….it is a professional-looking site, obviously well-funded, by whom I do not know – though it might be interesting to find out!

    Now that the result of the refendum has been reaffirmed by the general election, you’d think it might acquiesce gracefully in the democratic will, but not so.

    Even as the old year ended and the new one begins, TNE is still harping on.

    That would be almost tolerable if they could find a few sharp hooks to hang their arguments on, but it looks like they’re getting ever more desperate.

    Get this!

    Brexit Cited As A Reason For Increase In Loneliness For Over-50s’

    How odd does it get?

    Baffled, we read on.

    Research found many of those feeling lonely say it’s because they no longer work, live alone, or have children who have left home.

    OK! Those are self-explanatory reasons.

    Now get this!

    But 3% of those surveyed cited Brexit as a reason for loneliness, and one in four said it was because they had less money to spend.


    Having less money to spend may well limit social life, but, even if the numbers are insignificant, regarding that mere 3 out of 100 of those surveyed…

    IN WHAT POSSIBLE WAY can even one of that tiny fraction say that they’re lonely due to Brexit?

    Needless to say, TNE can’t or won’t tell us.

    We can naturally speculate about the sad 3%.

    Could it be that these poor folk of mature age have been the victims of the mean-spirited generational vendetta incited by rabid Remainiacs, who often sought to turn younger voters, addled by school indoctrination…



    …against their parents and grandparents by portraying their engrained decent patriotism as ‘inappropriate?’

    We heard that tripe even from senescent sad-sacks like Vince Cable. How dare Lib Dem Sir Vince Cable call Brexiteers old, white racists

    Millennial morons!


    …and the bitterness of the pro-Brussels faction did indeed divide families, and if that 3% of the lonely are casualties of the anti-democratic jihad then patriots should look out for them.

    Damn sure the recalcitrant Remainers won’t!

    • Hugo Manuel 21:07 on January 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I was lonely at Christmas since I am far from home.
      I can’t think how even a millennial moron could be lonely and blame Brexit, or Trump or Bernie Sanders or Jeremy Corbyn, or Climate Panic.
      Whoever responded like that to the survey must be mentally ill.
      Political issues do not make people lonely.


  • ross1948 18:55 on May 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Kamasi Washington, music events, Project Fear,   

    Shock News – Brits MUST Abandon Brexit Now! 

    A shocking report has undoubtedly just made millions of Brits rethink their arrogant aspiration to reclaim UK sovereignty.

    Britain leaving the EU could make the country less appealing to international performers, one of the world’s leading jazz musicians has said.


    After reading the full story ( yes, of course it’s in the Guardian!) I felt it my clear duty to explain to my numerous readers in The Old Country that their Brexit dream is surely dead and must surely be buried unceremoniously.


    Kamasi Washington (2015).jpg

    Kamasi Washington

    After all, who in the corridors of Westminster power can ignore Kamasi Washington, whose album The Epic and his work with Kendrick Lamar made him a poster boy of the jazz revival?’

    My own immediate reaction was ‘who the flip is this American?’

    True, his opinion is probably worth more in terms of honourable intent than that of the offensive comic-singer Obummer, who issued similar dire warnings two years ago…


    Remember Obama’s Brexit Rant? 

    …but reading on, it seems – amazingly enough – that it’s just another example of the rotten media twisting everything it touches to serve its supranational left-liberal agenda!

    Although KW is what the Guardian would doubtless regard as acceptable, spitting out a little gobbet of anti-Trump bile, Brexit was probably not the first thing a jazz musician would think about when asked to discuss his concert tour.

    So one must wonder if the hackette who interviewed Mr. Washington was ordered to push the issue…


    Image result for cameron osborne johnson cartoon project fear..Project Fear 2016 – it didn’t work then either!


    …to get her Europhiliac bosses the headline they needed for their daily dose of Project Fear.

    But then, Guardian hackettes would not enjoy their lush salaries were they not committed to supranationalism.

    Project Fear 2019 has been on the rise for some time…

    Wot Next? Oxbridge Obliterated? Project Fear Gets Nuttier! 

    Project Fear! Now ‘Mother’s Day’ Faces Remainer Terror Tactics! 



    …and is not likely to stop till democracy is downed.

    What more terrifying a prospect, than that the Sceptred Isle might no longer be ‘an inviting idea to musicians?’

    Being incredibly close to rivalling Methuselah…




    …I can recall going to concerts held pre-EUSSR, in UK cities at which the late great Johnny Cash sang, and my friends whose tastes were non-country also enjoyed overseas artists, when they could afford it.

    So fear should not paralyse afficionados of any music genre, despite what Kamasi says about ‘Europe and the ease of travelling from one country to the next. That is part of what makes touring possible for lots of artists.”

    But he also ‘also praised the UK music scene, saying Britain was one of the “leading countries in terms of jazz at the moment..” https://www.theguardian.com/music/2019/may/05/kamasi-washington-says-brexit-could-make-touring-uk-tricky-for-artists

    Good artists, serious artists, hungry and enterprising young artists too, who appreciate the fans who appreciate them, or want to win new fans, will OF COURSE not abhor British audiences.

    Nobody’s talking East German-style mine-fields.

    GB is not North Korea.

    Before Homo Heath dragged Britain into the embryonic Brussels Empire, crowds of people, like my hitch-hiking teen self, went back and forth across the Channel. Law-abiding folks got their passports stamped no bother at all.

    And The Guardian’s manipulation of what ought to have been an interview about KW’s music is just another disgraceful example of playing up ANYTHING the media Remainer rats imagine might frazzle the nerves of the unthinking.

    • Rhona Sutherland 20:21 on May 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Taking the Manikin Pis, I see.
      I don’t blame you, sir. The Guardian has gone total OTT with its fear-mongering.
      Jazz, Mothers Day flowers, universities, all lost and gone forever if we break free from Brussels.
      I think not.


  • ross1948 07:30 on March 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Meeting 11 March, Project Fear   

    Armageddon Looms – Fight Project Fear! 

    An all-day pro-Brexit meeting? YES!

    Get yourselves armed…


    eussr kitchener


    …with arguments against the Remainiacs’ Project Fear!

    Bruges Group Meeting
    Monday, 11th March From 1pm
    Special Brexit votes and spending review meeting
    Making the positive case for national independence

    With the speakers; Rt Hon Sir John Redwood MP, John Longworth, Tim Congdon CBE, Dr Gerard Lyons, and Professor Patrick Minford CBE

    The speakers;


    Rt Hon Sir John Redwood MP
    Former Secretary of State and serving Privy Counsellor


    John Longworth
    Chairman of Leave Means Leave



    Dr Gerard Lyons  Co-founder of Economists for Brexit


    Tim Congdon CBE
    Economist and advisor to previous Chancellors


    Professor Patrick Minford CBE
    Chairman, Economists for Free Trade

    £10 payable on the door or in advance
    Including drinks and refreshments

    To purchase your ticket visit:


    • William Johnston 14:12 on March 7, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I shall do my best.


  • ross1948 13:33 on January 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Mother's Day flowers, Project Fear   

    Project Fear! Now ‘Mother’s Day’ Faces Remainer Terror Tactics! 


    No-deal Brexit could stem the supply of Mother’s Day flowers


    Britannia sad

    Flowerless Mother Britannia, a broken woman?


    I think every patriot lady in all the realm would rather have a bunch of daisies plucked from a field, or cut out of paper and coloured with crayons, than see her country kept in supranational bondage.

    • Marge Howlet 15:08 on January 24, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Have they nothing better to sacre us with?
      My old mum wouls settle for dandelions if it gets us out of the EU.


  • ross1948 18:00 on December 25, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Project Fear, ,   

    Brexiting Home, With A Song In My Heart? 

    I have acknowledged in the past that the well-known queer comedian, Stephen Fry, can be sensible as well as funny.

    Gambar terkait

    End ‘Boo-Hoo’ Bans on Free Speech!

    But with his latest petulant political outburst, it has to be said that he’s more tolerable when he sticks to what he’s good at, comedy.

    Instead, he has inserted himself into Project Fear 2; a tiresome, nasty video, telling everyone bone-idle enough – like me on a Sunday…



     – to listen to his warbling – that the majority of the electorate in 2016 were too dim-witted to appreciate the wisdom of Project Fear 1, so they’d best listen up as he tries to scare the life out ’em!

    Some of you will have noticed that, since the Traitrix’s sell-out was announced, hardly a day has gone by on this blog without at least a side-swipe at Theresa the Appeaser.


    theresa junkcer judas


    We all have to do all we can in this dire situation.

    Spiked.com has a first-class article last week, which demolishes the entire foundation on which Fry rests his case.


    Please read it and savour its admirable message.

    If the Europhiliacs manage to force a re-run of the referendum, on the tried and tested Brussels Empire principle that subject peoples must be made to vote over and over again…


    EU - referendum vote

    The BBC’s article on the EU’s refusal to accept “People’s Votes”  – https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-15541948-  – is reasonably factual.

    …till they vote the way the EUSSR requires them to, I will keep blogging for Britannia but will also make a brief pilgrimage to The Old Country to join the resistance and campaign for freedom.

    Logic, some of you may say, dictates that I stay in an agreeable climate and simply donate the cost of the plane ticket to LeaveEU.

    That’s logical, truly.


    But there’s more to this titanic struggle than logic, is there not?

    • Misstorea 07:35 on December 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Good for you! We would welcome you back here in this part of the country.
      A lot of people remember how hard you worked for us on all kinds of community issues.


    • Giles Deason 12:19 on December 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Your help will be appreciated.
      I wish all us expat Brits were as dedicated to the welfare of the country, but a lot of them in Europe care more sbout their own comfortable status than about Britain’s freedom.


    • Mack The Knife 15:03 on December 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Let us know when you might be coming over and we can get a campaign team to work locally.
      I am of the same mind as you, the MPs hate Brexit, but they know there will be riots if they just cancel it.
      So they will stage a referendum and go all-out to terrify the voters.
      We will need all the help we can get.


      • Noreen Paterson 21:03 on December 26, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        If you do come, there are a lot of fans would like to shake your hand and join you on the campaign trail.
        I know somebody who heard a speech you made at a rally during the Falklands and he says you got the loudest applause of all the speakers.
        You probably get little practice in Jakarta but it’s not a skill you ever really lose.


  • ross1948 16:00 on November 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Project Fear,   

    Scots Sense On Manic May’s Project Fear! 

    As Project Fear gets into high gear, I came across this chunk of Scots common sense in the otherwise dull pages of The Scotsman newspaper this week.

    theresa tran

    Here’s a taster.

    The referendum question didn’t ask if we wanted a new deal, it asked if we wanted to remain or leave – with or without a deal….


    Read the story via the link and reflect on May’s megalomanic scare tactics….

    • Anold 19:09 on November 29, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I tell you one thing, that Canadian Carney who somehow has control of the Bank of England should be fired right away.
      A disgrace to Canada.
      But not to Turdo. I suppose,
      He is on the side of the international banking fraternity,like that convicted offender Lagarde of the IMF.
      These people have no shame at all.


  • ross1948 15:23 on October 30, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Project Fear, , toilet paper,   

    Project Fear! Disgraced Euro-Fanatic Stokes Ass-Wipe Panic! 

    And is this the most absurd yet?

    Image result for e u toilet paper


    Brexit could wipe out our supply of toilet paper


    The ultra-scare story is available, for your no doubt fascinated perusal, in a bizarre Europhiliac far-leftist propaganda thing called ‘The New European…’

    Image result for the new european


    …and it’s a rant based on the insights into toilet paper of that disgraced and utterly disgraceful fanatic Denis McShane, whom we have featured once or twice in our bog.


    Hasil gambar untuk denis macshane

    Guardian Hands Europhiliac Ex-Con A Megaphone! 

    The New European is an online rag run by Labour oafs, from the sound of it, having listened to their anti-Ulster ‘podcast’ -which is just a series of offensive personal attacks on the DUP leader Arlene Foster blended with the sort of simple-minded political analysis you might get in a Glasgow bar from a drunken Celtic supporter.

    But really, can they not do better than a toilet-paper scare?


  • ross1948 09:19 on January 11, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Brexit fiction, Douglas Board -Time of Lies, , Ian Rankin - Let It Bleed, Project Fear, The Lie of The Land -Amanda Craig   

    ‘The Emotional Levers That Led To The Brexit Vote…!’ 

    How’s this for a ripping yarn?

    The book moves between privileged middle classes and migrant workers on zero-hours contracts in a pie factory. https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/jan/09/vanguard-of-brexit-fiction-set-to-appear-in-2017-mark-billingham


    Hasil gambar untuk the lie of the land craig


    The novel highlights the emotional levers that led to the Brexit vote.  

    Bound to be a page-turner, yeah?

    Not only ‘a pie factory’ but elements of chilling horror – a metropolitan couple forced to downsize to Devon because they cannot afford to divorce.


    Hasil gambar untuk a fate worse than death?


    I read a lot, either out front on Jakarta’s sunny mornings, or, almost as much, on my frequent bus journeys around the city.

    Since Lotte Mart (a hypermarket chain here, with branches all over town) started selling imported paperbacks at excellent discount prices ( Rp.30 -45,000 – that’s between three and five dollars), I’ve mined that source many times.

    My last foray into their branch in posh Kuningan ended with me taking home no less than four books, including a genuinely rivetting detective story by Scotland’s Ian Rankin about high-level corruption by the big business/political elite…


    Gambar terkait


    …and three more.

    Today, unusually, I have nothing to do and all day to do it, so I am hoping the sun comes out soon, so I can resume my relentless quest for an impressive tan to show off when I go abroad next month.

    I’ve finished the Rankin book and moved onto another.


    • Gambar terkait
    • oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
    • A brief outing to find the tukang gado2 is also on my agenda. gado-gado-indonesian-vegetable-salad-with-peanut-dressing – Saveur

    • ————–
    • Anything,  I confess, to get away from the TV, where CNN is currently blatting out the imminent joys of Obummer’s farewell – which is being touted as akin to The Sermon On The Mount.

    • ………………..
    • morning%20coffee
    • ——-
    • But that Guardian article has me smiling through my third kopi hitam.

    • The other ‘Brexit fiction‘ reviewed – the phrase truly evokes Cast-Iron Cameron’s Project Fear…




    …might be more fun, or at least funnier…

    Hasil gambar untuk har har har

    It’s about a ‘populist power grab!

    Douglas Board’s political thriller Time of Lies.

    Wot, MORE about the Remain campaign? No…

    Set against the 2020 general election, a monstrous rightwing demagogue with a hardcore following of violent young thugs stages an anti-elite coup to win.

    Duh, that would be…who?



    Not bloody likely!



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