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  • ross1948 22:04 on November 23, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Charles Walker MP, , , Rochester by-election, , , ,   

    ‘Cynical, Corrosive, Pernicious?’ A Tory Nobody Wails At UKIP! 

    Just how many of you Brit readers have ever heard of Charles Walker?

    I ask, because the Daily Mail has given this nonentity a huge nunber of column inches to spew forth venom against UKIP, in the most mindless terms, viz.

     It’s time to stop dancing to cynical Ukip’s corrosive, pernicious tune!


    Wailing Walker


    Turns out this fool Walker is the vice chairman of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee! WOW! Most UK voters probably haven’t even heard of that distinguished body, and for good reason, if Walker’s vacuous tripe is anything to go by. 

    His rant does make you think that all those left-lib jibes at the Tories for being ‘The Stupid Party’  have some substance – Walker blames his poor candidate for his party’s failure in Rochester

    ...we chose to bang on about immigration and its impact on public services.  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2845832/It-s-time-stop-dancing-cynical-Ukip-s-corrosive-pernicious-tune-says-vice-chairman-Tory-backbench-1922-Committee.html


    Who chose, Walker?

    That little gal your party put up against Mark Reckless didn’t publish anything without approval from Tory Central Office, and they’d not give her a green light without Cast-Iron’s say-so.





    Yes, the Tory by-election campaign did include immigration.

    But unfortunately it must have escaped somebody’s notice that DC has been in Number Ten for some time and immigration has not (as promised) been brought under control – thanks to DC’s slavish obeisance to Brussels, Britain is now subject to Roma infestation and people HAVE noticed that.  

    And there’s all those illegals, so-called ‘asylum’-seekers, who have just wandered off across the realm, because  the authorities don’t sling ’em in a cell under lock and key till their flimsy cases are examined and determined.




    Also the folly of past Conservative ( and Labour) Governments in admitting people whose allegiance is to an alien supranational ideology has been highlighted by the vermin legion, Jihad John and the other scum.

    UKIP’s tune is hardly pernicious, nor corrosive. It sounds, to most Brits, more like Land of Hope and Glory. The glory may take a while to restore, but at least UKIP offers hope. 




    And that song, please note, was once part and parcel of every Conservative Party Conference – till Walker’s turncoat predecessors had it discontinued.

    As ye sow, so shall ye reap.




    NOBODY trusts the Tories on immigration, nor on much else, anymore.

  • ross1948 21:06 on November 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Chris bryany, , , , , Rochester by-election, , ,   

    With Reckless Abandon, UKIP Breaks the Silence of the Sacrificial Lambs! 

    You may remember how Damian Green MP was booted out of Cameron’s Cabinet, too pinko a prig even for Cast-Iron. Number Ten of course is currently purporting to be a patriot hub, though nobdy really believes that.

    But given Green’s latest outburst, you can see why a spot of defenestration seemed in order to preserve the ‘conservative’ camouflage.

    …Green, the Conservative MP for nearby Ashford, said: ‘This sounds perilously close to repatriation and however strongly people feel about immigration this kind of policy is completely unacceptable.’



    Unacceptable? To whom? To the electorate? We’ll see by Friday lunchtime, when the votes are counted in Rochester.

    Unacceptable? Since when?

    Since the CONSERVATIVE Government of Edward Heath established its Home Office Voluntary Return Scheme, Section 29 of the Immigration Act 1971? Heath was arguably even more of a multicultist than Cameron, yet even he saw nothing wrong with repatriation – yes, voluntary, but if migrants have come in under Brussels rules, then logically, once the UK gets out from under Brussels, the same migrants will have no further right to be in the UK.

    And that was all Reckless suggested.


    Labour frontbencher Chris Bryant (pictured) said ‘jaws dropped’ when the comment was made.

    Oh yeah? How many? Could the fall be heard from Number 10? Did jaws drop there too? Whose jaws dropped?

    If the tv station was allocatin tickets to the tal-show fairly, each party would have more or less the same number, so some three-quarters of the party nominees’ jaws may have dropped. Big deal!

    Whatever, the decision as to who goes home does not belong to little Has-Been Green, nor even any politician of any party. Its acceptability can only fairly be judged by a referendum, long overdue on immigration, and the right to vote in such a ballot must not include reisdnet aliens from the EUSSR.We L.? Heath’s government,




    In fact, Mark Reckless spoke in the most moderate of language – 

    Mr Reckless added before being cut off by jeering: ‘People who have been here a long time and integrated in that way I think we’d want to look sympathetically at.



    Tomorrow’s the day. 


  • ross1948 18:26 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Kelly Tolhurst, , , red-headed women, Rochester by-election, , Tracy Crouch MP, , zodiac   

    Tormented Tories Pin Hopes On ‘Guardian-Readers’ – and Red-Heads! 

    It’s a mark of the Cameron Conservatives’ naked fear that they’ve now pinned their hopes in the Rochester by-election  on ‘traditional Guardian-reading Labour supporters.’  http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/nov/12/rochester-byelection-gets-personal-ukip-versus-tories

    Actually, ‘traditional’ Labour supporters – the ordinary blue-collar Brits on whose back Labour rose to become a major national party – tend to read the Mirror, the Sun, the Express and other ‘tabloids’ – though almost all UK dailies are now produced in tabloid form – rather than the Guardian.

    • Guardian-logo1
    • That newspaper is favoured by people who’d probably feel insulted to be called ‘traditional.’  

    G-men (and G-women, and G-‘gays’) are addicted to Europhilia, permissive pap instead of common-sense attitudes to crime, and a masochistic, almost genuflective delight in multi-cult migration, no matter how much damage that madness does to ‘traditional’ Britain.


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    • The woman who used the words quoted above in the Guardian is none other than Tracy Crouch, a typical Cameroon cutie, who talks tough in her constituency whilst pledging fealty to HMV in Downing Street, a man who’s a proven liar and a dedicated foe of all that ‘traditional’ Tories once espoused.
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    •  Comrade Crouch


    And THAT’S why UKIP is winning the Battle for Britain, and hopefully Mark Reckless will defeat Tracy’s pal Kelly Tolhurst  next week in Rochester.

    Crouch also happens to be the woman who objected to UKIP’s wreath at the local Remembrance Service by it was ‘party political,’  exposing herself as a hypocrite after her ghastly guru Cameron’s blatant party political act of exclusion against UKIP at the Cenotaph in London.

    But there’s more to little Tracy than slavish sycophantic subservience to her leader’s anti-British agenda.

    She’s a RED-HEAD!

    Crouch says Tolhurst has qualities Reckless will never match. “Kelly and I are both Leos, redheads and feisty. God help Medway and God help parliament is all I say.”


    •  Candidate Tolhurst
    • God help us all!

    Let me say right away I have nothing against red-heads.

    I was very friendly with one of those titian-tressed temptresses when I worked in London. And just to demonstrate my lack of bias against them as a group, I have turned up some excellent examples thereof (by that, alas, I don’t mean the ones I was friendly with in the Old Country!).





    But Tracy’s reliance on the hue of her hair, her sign of the zodiac, and Guardian-readers, does suggest to me that next week’s by-election result is going to be…




    • Joseph B. Fox 22:42 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      The newspaper format you refer to is generally known as “Berliner”. (Insert joke here.)


    • ross1948 22:53 on November 13, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      A joke for a joke – when JFK told the crowd ‘Ich bin ein Berliner,’ I gather some people had a good laugh, because a Berliner is a kind of Teutonic doughnut!


  • ross1948 20:13 on November 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Chatham, , Rochester by-election,   

    Anti-UKIP Hypocrites Exploit Remembrance to Score Party Points! 

    Ukip criticised after laying wreath in Chatham with party’s branding at remembrance service

    A poignant remembrance service attended by war veterans and their families flared into a political row after a Ukip candidate laid a wreath on behalf of his party. 
    This comes just days after Nigel Farage was deliberately and maliciously excluded from the national Remembrance Service at the Cenotaph, a petty act by Cameron, no doubt approved by his fellow-establishment elitists from the Labour and Liberal Democrat parties.
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    But in a small English town, you’d think there’d be at least some residual spirit of British fair play than in the mess that London is today? You’d be wrong.

    The gesture angered his fellow politicians. Chatham MP Tracey Crouch and Medway Council Labour group leader Vince Maple branded it “distasteful” and “totally inappropriate.”



    I’ll bet they had NOWT to say about that!

    Maybe the voters of neighbouring Rochester will, however.

    The confrontation comes less than a fortnight before the crucial by-election, and the signs are that the campaign could turn ugly.
     Looks like it already has!


    • Joseph B. Fox 22:14 on November 11, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      All very odd. Here in Redhill, UKIP has laid a wreath for longer than I can remember. The Greens, Conservatives and Lib Dems also lay wreaths but not, please note, the Labour Party. Ukip favours an un-ostentatious style: the wreath itself is covered in poppies, while the attached message reads “Let not their sacrifice have been in vain”, together with the party’s name and branch and the party logo.

      We have always had full co-operation from the local council which organises the affair, and other parties are generally courteous in the dealings with us on this solemn occasion.


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