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  • ross1948 16:11 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arek Jozwik, , Essex, , Harlow, , , murdered Pole, spiked.com   

    Shocking – A Must-Read Expose – Anti-Brexit Media Liars! 

    Some readers may remember what we had to say on September 4th last year…

    Murdered Pole – EuroNews Smears Brexiteers! 

    …after a Polish man was murdered in Essex.



    The EuroNews smear-mongers were not alone in their gutter journalism.

    They were part of an orchestrated chorus, exploiting a heinous but non-political crime to besmirch the British patriot cause.



    Now one of spiked.com’s writers has followed up on that scandalous saga of media dishonesty, reporting the results of the trial which saw the Pole’s killer convicted and sent down – albeit a pitifully short sentence for taking an innocent man’s life.



    I urge you all to read this powerful indictment of Europhiliac mendacity and spread it around so as many people as possible share our understanding of the essential evil of the Remainiac rats.



    Best you read it for yourselves – random quotes would not be adequate to illustrate the strength of the case made against Britain’s Enemy Within.

    I only offer the Spiked writer’s final words, which we should all echo.

    RIP, Mr Jozwik. Britons are deeply sorry you were killed in our country where you made your home, and that our political and media elite used your death to propagate untruths.


    • Petra Malley 17:22 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      So we must all fight ‘fake news’ except the media, who make up news, then make it disappear when it turns out they were using the Goebbels ‘Big Lie’ technique.
      What a gang of twisted hypocrites..


    • Edward Lamont 17:35 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Words fail me.
      Have these Remainiac media no conscience at all?


    • Malcolm K 17:42 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      It is sad to see how low the Remainers will go to hoodwink the public with this kind of thing.
      Can we ever beleive anything the Guardian tells us?


    • Penny 21:01 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      That makes me sick. Bad enough they lie but they do that all the time, but to use the man’s death for pro-Brussels propaganda against us?.
      Remainers are rotten .


    • Vicki 21:56 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      For years I’ve despised most of the British liberal media but even I never imagined they would sink to this level.
      That phrase you sometimes use, Ross, lower than a snake’s belly?
      It suits those journalists perfectly.


    • Jacko 23:18 on September 18, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Shame on the media.
      Some of your blog articles make me laugh but this makes me want to do something very painful to a lot of journalists and politicians.


  • ross1948 08:40 on January 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Brexit film, spiked.com,   

    A Short Brexit Film Well Worth Watching! 

    Up early today, vital task to be accomplished as soon as possible – my aqua-dispenser has sprung a leak!


    Here in Jakarta, few are bold enough to risk drinking tap-water.

    So off to the shops, to get a new one.

    It’s a dank and rainy day out there, so, like Captain Oates, I may be some time.


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    However, first… 


    Although spiked.com has many left-wingers in its ranks, they are of that rare breed of leftists, the honest sort. 

    Now they have produced a very short but very effective film, which you may enjoy very much.

    I append the details below.

    • Selwyn 15:18 on January 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I have watched this film and it is a good concise production that states its case very articulately.
      I have also been looking at spiked.com and you are not wrong.
      It’s not rightwing at all (see this week’s attack on Trump) but it is lucid and well-argued whichever side it favors.
      i would categorize it as old-style libertarian, a little like Barry Goldwater, and very unlike you..
      You take a traditional conservative nationalist line.
      I can see much to be said for both positions but what you have in common is that leftwing elitism is a bad thing. So I think you are both serving a useful purpose…


  • ross1948 00:02 on November 30, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , spiked.com   

    Good Causes At Christmas – No. 1 – Spiked.com 

    It’s that time of year again, the Season of Giving, and one must be selective. There are so many worthwhile causes to donate to that most of us cannot hope to help them all.
    Cost of Christmas

    While some self-styled ‘charities’ should be abhorred, like PETA…

    Fur Coats for Crimmigants? Don’t Give To PETA! 

    …and quite a few others ought to be investigated by the Charity Commissioners…

    Cur Qureshi and Amnesty – Don’t Say We Weren’t Warned! 

    And this one, funded by Brit tax-payers – which we reported on months ago..

    Asylum Aid – which counts amongst its donors the BBC’s Children in Need appeal, as well as the European Refugee Fund – has today called on the government to shut down the Yarl’s Wood immigration centre, where asylum applicants are held while being processed….

    They’re financially backed by the UK government funded Legal Services Commission (now the Legal Aid Agency) as well as London Councils…




    …and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees – all tax payer funded organisations.


    Here’s one good cause which does not pretend to be a charity at all, just a forum for freedom-lovers, a forum wherein views are expressed with which I frequently disagree.
    But I am happy, nevertheless, to give details of their end-of-year appeal.


    2016 is the worst year ever. That at least seems to be the consensus among observers horrified by Brexit and thrown by Trump. The world’s been turned upside down, they say, and we’re heading for horrors.

    spiked doesn’t buy it. We’ve loved 2016. Not because we like everything that’s happened this year. We were as saddened by the unusual number of celeb deaths as everyone else, and while we’re Brexit to our core, we’re by no means fans of Trump.

    But 2016 has been brilliant precisely because it rattled political elites that had become staid and distant and undemocratic. Because it shook oligarchies, made institutions tremble.

    2016 confirms that ordinary people aren’t going to put up with a status quo that doesn’t work for them. And that they’re more than happy to defy the overtures of the political class, the bureaucracy and self-styled experts, and vote out the old and take a chance on the new. That’s inspiring.

    Yet much of the political elite has responded to its drubbing at the hands of voters by calling into question the wisdom of free speech and democracy.

    Maybe it’s time to tame heated speech, they say, fearing it is leading people astray. As for democracy — both Brexit and Trump were greeted with demosphobia, with many complaining about ‘low information’ voters and wondering if we should now entrust politics to experts.

    In short, the best thing about 2016 — voters’ willingness to think differently and upset the political order — risks being trashed.

    spiked isn’t having it. We were founded to argue for freedom, democracy, enlightenment, progress, exploration and endeavour. To defend freedom in all areas of life — especially in the realms of thought and speech — and to argue for greater democracy so that more and more people might engage in, and shake up, politics as we’ve known it.

    The battle for freedom and democracy is as important now as it has been for decades. 2016 has confirmed that these two most human and enlightened of values are under threat — not from foreign mischief-makers or alien ideologies, but from intellectuals and politicos right here at home.

    So in 2017, spiked will be upping the ante in our daily demand for greater freedom of thought and more, real democracy. We’ll be defending Brexit, opposing all censorship, and barricading democracy against the new army of demosphobes.

    And we’ll be doing this not only in Europe but in the US too, where we’ve planned a year-long tour of campuses and other venues to discuss and defend freedom of speech, thought and conscience.

    To do this, we need your help. Before the end of this tumultuous year, we need to raise £50,000, so that we can head into 2017 with the staff and resources we need to hold back the tide of illiberalism and anti-democracy, and to make the case every day for a better, freer, more enlightened, more humanist politics.

    spiked has never been as necessary as it is right now. Please help to keep us fighting fit for the year ahead by giving to our freedom-and-democracy war chest today!

     Thank you   

    If you are in the United States you can make a tax-deductible donation using PayPal. Please click on to our donation page and scroll down to the bottom. You can also send a check, made payable to Spiked US, Inc., to:

    Spiked US. Inc.
    1030 Clifton Ave., Suite 205
    Clifton, NJ  07013

  • ross1948 15:39 on September 4, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , demo for democracy, spiked.com,   

    Reminder- DEMO FOR DEMOCRACY – London, Monday 5th September 

    Just a final reminder, about that

    DEMO FOR DEMOCRACY – London, Monday 5th September 

    which we wrote about a week or so ago.

    Be there, outside Parliament, from 4 pm, Monday 5th September. 


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  • ross1948 00:01 on June 29, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , spiked.com   

    Help the Good Lefties! Spiked.Com’s Appeal 

    Despite shallow-brained asses like Sean Penn and Michael Moore and even Marianne Faithfull Mars-Bar Marianne Disses Brits -‘Dreadful People!’   there are people with leftwing, even liberal, views who are capable of talking sense.

    Here’s an appeal from one site run by such folk.

  • ross1948 17:01 on June 11, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Labour Leave, left patriots, radicals, spiked.com,   

    Another Good Little Brexit Movie! 

    It’s not only conservatives like me that object to the EUSSR.

    There are a lot of people who’d be upset if you didn’t call them radical or even Left who still understand the meaning of the word ‘FREEDOM.’  




    The Labour Party, for example, used to be pro-British, and a few sturdy survivors of that time can still be found…


    june 23

    Labourleave | campaign for a reformed EU

    Some of you probably know some folks like that.


    So send them that Spiked.com link to a short (20 minutes) film making a radical case for Brexit.

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