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  • ross1948 6:22 pm on August 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Theresa The Appeaser,   

    Brits, Arm Yourselves- Save Brexit From May’s Betrayal! 

    No, we’re not inciting armed insurrection!

    Although if the democratic decision to extricate the UK from the Brussels Empire is betrayed, who’s to say such rebellion would not be justified?

    What we are asking today is that British patriots arm themselves with the fine leaflet shown below, produced by Better Off Out!



    We have just taken delivery today of some new flyers. They are available to purchase from our shop in quantities of 150 and 350 at the heavily subsidised price of £3 and £5 respectively. We are able to send them to you for these discounted prices thanks to the generosity of those members who have kindly donated to the Better Off Out campaign. 

  • ross1948 11:06 pm on August 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Ali Mahwood-Awad Irsan, , , Jordanian migrant, Jordnian migrant, Texas honor killing, Theresa The Appeaser,   

    Yes, Texas! Fry the Filthy Savage! 

    Just be glad the trial took place in Texas, one of the sensible states in the USA where the death penalty is still an available option for heinous crimes.

    Even so, we can rely on the degenerates in Brussels to plead shrilly for the swine’s life, as they always do…


    Theresa May REFUSES to back death penalty for ISIS Beatles 

    …along with their disreputable flunkey in Downing Street, who can get her nasty knickers in a twist over Boris John’s perfectly acceptable comments on bag-heads…Theresa May backs calls for Boris Johnson to apologise…….but not find the guts to stand up against Drunkard Juncker’s eternal solidarity campaign to saferguard scum from justice.


    The European Union is the leading institutional actor and largest donor in the fight against death penalty worldwide.


    And there can be few crimes more heinous than ‘honour killings,’ like that of which a Jordanian immigrant has been found guilty.


    • Foul fiend, Irsan


    The filthy savage, Ali Mahwood-Awad Irsan, shot his daughter’s husband to death and was also convicted of masterminding the murder of her friend in 2012. 


    What drove the brutal beast to murder two innocent people?

    Furious that his daughter Nesreen had chosen to convert from Islam to Christianity and marry an American man, Coty Beavers, Irsan set out looking for retribution.

    Such quintessential evil deserves death, without a doubt, but the final decision, life behind bars or…


    …a prompt despatch to eternal torment, has yet to be taken.

    All we can do is hope for the former.

    PS  Typical of things like Irsan, who rant about that sort of ‘morality,’ he tuns out to be an all-round scumbag, a grubby bludger, for starters, committing Social Security fraud for years…    https://www.houstonpress.com/news/authorities-say-ali-irsan-stole-out-of-greed-and-murdered-out-of-honor

    …and a lot worse. That link takes you to an immensely long, and immensely horrifying, article about the pig and if you have time, please read it.

    • Pamela 11:53 pm on August 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I have read both links you included and after reading them I can only shout ‘Encore’ to what you say.
      The man is diabolical and the sooner he finds himself in Hell the better.
      This is exactly what Trump was talking about in his election campaign. Whoever vetted Irsan must not have probed very deeply into his horrible beliefs.
      In Britain too, there seems to be a very lax approach to screening arrivals for dangerous ideologies. In fact I fear many of them are not screened for ideologies at all.
      As for illegal arrivals, like those who keep getting discovered in lorries in Kent and other areas, they are not even sent back. Instead they are invited to live off our taxes while their applications for ‘asylum’ are processed.
      We need a Trump in every country.
      A Salvini would do.

    • Mort 11:08 am on August 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I don’t think they fry them in Texas any longer,Ross,but a lethal injection works just as well.
      He would, as you might say, be none the worse if boiled in oil.

    • Dickson Galt 6:55 pm on August 9, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      In his behavior, Irsan is one of a relatively small minority which puts diabolic beliefs into action.
      The worry is that there are hundreds of thousands in North America, and Europe, millons very possibly, who share those diabolic beliefs, in this case that people who convert to another creed may be killed.
      It’s not just the risk of them turning an approving blind eye to criminal conduct.
      A lot of these uncivilzed people have been, very foolishly, allowed to become citizens and are eligible for jury service.
      What chance of an honest verdict can be expected in that situation?
      It’s like the familiar analogy of dangerous fish swimming in a pool that protects and nourishes them.
      Rather than catch the occasional fish, it makes more sense to drain the pool.

  • ross1948 6:24 pm on August 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , a cancer, , , , , Liberalsim, , Theresa The Appeaser, ,   

    “Can’t Distinguish Between Good And Bad People?” 

    That sums up the essential evil of liberalism.

    That was a ‘Conservative’ MP who used those words in my headline, and to be as fair as possible…


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    …I offer Andrew Mitchell’s full quote, commenting on how anguished he is over the prospect of the ISIS pigs being sent to an American abattoir.

    “On human rights we cannot distinguish between good and bad people. Human rights are indivisible and belong to everybody.”


    Mitchell is something of a jelly-fish, definitely short of back-bone on issues of moral principle, according to his entry in wikipedia.

    Originally having taken an admirable stance on local government advancement of the gaystapo threat, voting for the sorely-missed Section 28, he suddenly decided that perversion no longer merited abhorrence and voted to scrap it!

    But as an example of liberalism, masquerading as ‘conservatism’ or not, his self-confessed refusal (inability?) to distinguish between good and evil is a wake-up call – if yet another such is needed – for those of us who despise liberalism.

    Of COURSE we should all be ready to recognise that ‘human rights’ is a fantastical concept.

    Constitutional rights, sure, are real, and vary from country to country, and the fact that they DO vary shows that any global definition of ‘rights’ is an arrant nonsense.

    Take the ‘European Court’ (far away, please!) of ‘Human Rights.’



    Those ratbags make up new rights as they go along, making a mockery of the statesmen who signed the European Convention on Human Rights all those years ago.

    We have seen this in a UK context, when the ridiculous ECHR sought to bully Britain into knuckling under to uppity criminals’ demands …

    Scottish prisoners are already in line for millions of pounds in compensation after winning their “slopping out” human rights case. … Scotland’s top judge, Lord Hamilton, ruled earlier this month that the trio should be allowed to sue for compensation under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).Sep 26, 2011  

    And again, on that same clown court, when it once more took up the cause of criminals…  Prisoners must be given right to vote, European court rules

    And perhaps most glaringly (‘perhaps,’ because so many of their rulings are glaringly crack-brained!) in the case of school discipline, when that gutless ass John Major, having voted to allow teachers faced with barbarous brats to keep corporal punishment in their arsenal…



    …all at once, when the robed rogues of Strasbourg told him to un-think any democratic thoughts on the subject, caved in immediately and led his facile Commons flunkeys in a massive U-turn.

    Anyone reading this week’s news will not be surprised at his hypocrisy.

    He’s now saying ANOTHER Brexit referendum is justifiable, DESPITE his refusal, during the Maastricht Treaty debate when he was PM, to allow any “people’s vote”then.

    He knew best, better than the nation he betrayed. at least.


    Sir John Major denied the public a referendum on Maastricht

    As you will see from that link, I’m not the only one to have noted his selective approach to national self-determination.

    “We Can’t Distinguish Between Good And Bad People?”


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    Bin Laden, Mengele, Manson, the Communist quislings who served as Soviet satraps in Eastern Europe…

    We KNOW they were evil. They deserved to die, although not all of them did so fast enough.

    Liberalism is a cancer, which eats away at the ability to tell what’s evil from what’s righteous.

    Even when liberals admit that somebody is evil, like that pair of pigs we wrote about last week…


    El Shafee Elsheikh (left) and Alexanda Kotey

    Man Up, May! Those ISIS ‘Beatle’ Beasts Deserve To Die! 

    …they refuse to act on that knowledge.


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    Liberalism is worse than that.

    It’s a cancer that only democracy can cure!

    • Norman Wilkes 4:38 pm on August 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That ‘European Court’ is overdue for abolition.
      The judges routinely abuse their powers, telling countries that criminals may not be put in prison, or that laws passed by parliaments may be ignored and all this purely on their own prejudices.
      If you read how that court was set up, on the basis of the ‘European Convention,’ you can confirm that many of the countries who ratified the convention had capital punishment and corporal punishment as part of their criminal codes.
      You have done a good job reporting on how the ECHR creates rights that never existed in the countries or even in the wildest imaginations of the convention’s creators.
      An obvious example is the ‘gay rights’ rubbish.
      It wasn’t until years after the convention was established that homosexuality was even decriminalised in Britain, yet now that court has been telling every country in Europe they have to recognise homosexual ‘marriage’ even if the country’s own laws do not allow it.
      Even Theresa May spoke up against the UK being bound by its stupid rulings but then her puppetmasters tugged the strings and she reversed herself.
      if you go back and read what she said at the time of her u-turn, you’ll see she was unable to explain it coherently.
      If Ukip is on the rise again, that has to be a major issue for them.

    • Luc Wels 8:31 pm on August 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Liberalism is very dangerous to democracy. Its adherents talk about rights as much as they do about tolerance but they are completely intolerant of illberal people and policies.
      If a democratic referendum produces a result which liberals think is illiberal, liberals will refuse to accept it. Think Brexit.
      If a democratic election produces a result which liberals think is illiberal, liberals will refuse to accept it. Think Trump.
      Liberals who cannot win in the democratic arena go whimpering to courts stacked with sympathisers.
      Of course you are right about the European Court but attention is needed at national level too.
      Poland has shown a good example. Bad judges appointed by an anti-democratic regime are being replaced.
      In Western Europe, judges in one country at least have demonstrated how far they will go to defend liberal ideology, and you have discussed that frightening example, in Flanders, Belgium, in this blog.
      Think Vlaams Blok!
      Flemish party banned as racist by Belgium’s high court – Telegraph
      Nov 10, 2004 · Belgium’s most popular political party has been banned as racist by the country’s high court, fuelling concerns that the judicial branch is being used to eliminate political enemies.

      • Petra Malley 10:20 pm on August 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        Well said, Mr.Wels.
        Those Belgian judges should have been removed from office and debarred from practicing law.
        Poland is lucky to have a patriotic government but most of us, here in Britain, and in Germany and France, for example, are burdened with collaborators in power.
        If governments will not defend their people’s rights, then people have to act in their own defence.

  • ross1948 5:59 pm on August 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: anti-Brexit plotters, , , Elnor Brok MEP, , , Theresa The Appeaser   

    Look Into The Arrogant Eyes Of Merkel’s Meddler! 

    “The specter [of a hard Brexit] could be ended now with a new referendum on Brexit itself,”says Elnor Brok.



    He’s the ‘Brexit coordinator for the European People’s Party in the European Parliament’ and he’s not content merely to sit on the sidelines, cheering on anti-patriotic slugs like Gina Miller…



    …and all the Remainiac rats…



    …who are unashamed to soak up foreign money from the likes of George Soros, the ‘American’ billionaire brazenly interfering in British ( and not only British – Soros Renews Attack On UK – Hungary Hits Back! ) internal affairs.



    As you’d expect, Brok is one of Merkel’s men, and this latest lip arrogantly echoes Mama Stasi’s meddling mentality…



    …which we have seen before, in France, last year…



    …and in other elections which are none of her, or Brok’s, business. This German sticky-beaking has been going on from years ago.

    Angela Merkel announced she would help campaign for French President Nicolas  Sarkozy’s bid for re-election.’   

    Fuhrerin Merkel Sticks Nose into France, Jackboot into Greece

    Brok reckons ‘European politicians should have played a greater role in the British debate.

    Historically, British people have shown serious dislike for outsiders…


    …who display unwarranted appetite for intrusion into how Brits run their country.

    Brok should remember that when he says  “Yes, it was a mistake that we followed the wishes of then Prime Minister [David] Cameron and stayed out of the campaign before the vote…”


    And listen to this outrageous outburst.

    Elnor Brok said he was against the idea…

    ….that Brits should be allowed to vote on any final deal Prime Minister Theresa May strikes with her Brussels counterparts…

    “It would only worsen the situation if a deal is shot down.”

    Much the same as Juncker the Drunkard said a few years ago.



    These EurocRats have to be put in their place.



    If Theresa May had any guts ( sadly, that’s very much a hypothetical condition) she would issue a public put-down, telling Brok what he needs to be told.

    —— Hasil gambar untuk Mind your own business

    Funny how ‘meddling’ is deplorable when Russians allegedly do it, but not when Britain’s REAL enemies…



    …openly avow their malign intentions.

    • Vanessa R 6:18 pm on August 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Know your enemy!
      An old slogan but very apt for the Brexit situation, because May is still rattling on about how she wants a good relationship with Brussels.
      The ‘European Project’ is a very deliberate plan to undermine national sovereignty and as such ranks with any previous enemy the British people have faced.
      May should be encouraging every sign of resistance to our EU enemies by our friends, the ‘populist’ movements in every EU country.

    • Fiona 8:03 pm on August 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It is insulting how the media go on and on and on about Russian ‘meddling’ in American elections ( and you have made the point about how they did Americans a favour by exposing the Democrat dirty tricks ) but there’s been no fuss about Merkel openly meddling in France’s elections and now this old goat trying to muscle in on Brexit.
      Personally, I think the more foreigners like that, and even more an obvious villain like Soros, interfere in our affsirs, the more British voters will be annoyed and react in exactly the opposite way from what the meddlers want.

    • Mack The Knife 10:14 pm on August 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      He looks like an Old English Sheepdog that’s been whipped for pooping on the carpet!
      That’s the fiercest attack-dog Merkel can set on us?
      Ignore him.
      Concentrate on the traitors, the ‘British’ taking Soros dollars.
      They are the ones who deserve all they will get.

  • ross1948 12:02 am on July 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Elsheikh, , , Theresa The Appeaser,   

    Trust The Tories – To Save ISIS Scum From Justice! 

    ISIS ‘Beatles’: UK suspends cooperation with US over death penalty threat



    So May, as at least one of my commenters prophesied…

    Man Up, May! Those ISIS ‘Beatle’ Beasts Deserve To Die! 

    …has shown her true colours.



    We had, unfortunately, to expect this from ‘She-Who-Champions-Shariah…’

    Man Up, May! Those ISIS ‘Beatle’ Beasts Deserve To Die! 

    …but the rotten cow didn’t even have the nerve to be upfront about her treachery.

    Instead she used a predictable protest from the doting mummy of one of the slimy curs.

    The mother of Elsheikh launched an emergency legal challenge against Javid’s decision to not seek assurances and to share information with the US….



    …or as her Home Office flunkey put it “from the legal representative of the family of one of the suspects…“.

    May is every bit as lousy as Merkel and every Brit with an ounce of decency should dedicate him- or herself to forcing the foul bitch out of Downing Street.

    But where does this leave poor Home Secretary Javid, who won immense applause for agreeing to skip the ‘no proper punishment’ condition with regard to extraditing the demonic duo?

    Honour dictates, surely, that he quit his post, stabbed in the back by The Bitch but still enjoying goodwill among normal British patriots.

    If he does resign, he’ll be seen as a man of true principle.


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    If not, then we need to look again at another argument put forward by one of my most astute commenters, namely, that he knew this would play out the way it has.

    He earned thumbs-ups galore, but knew that May would, as is her wont, betray Britain.

    Could even a Tory minister be that cynical?

    We shall see before July is over.

    • Diana 2:06 pm on July 28, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nevert trust Tories!

  • ross1948 8:15 pm on July 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Shami Chakrabarti, Theresa The Appeaser,   

    Man Up, May! Those ISIS ‘Beatle’ Beasts Deserve To Die! 

    Now stand by for a cacaphony of rage and grief from every sicko left-liberal in the land.

    Yes! it’s already started.


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    Shadow attorney general, Labour’s Shami Chakrabarti, said: “Sajid Javid appears to have secretly and unilaterally abandoned Britain’s opposition to the death penalty.

    UK will not oppose US death penalty for Isis pair | UK news | 

    This woman has never been elected to speak for anyone- she’s a bloody baroness, who, as we read in her wiki entry, has long been a leading agitator against counter-terror legislation.



    Now she stridently seeks to rescue scum from a fair trial in one of the few Western countries where they may get a genuinely just sentence?

    And Shamnesty is shrilling along too, no surprise since they have a long record of desperate resistance to the idea of terrorists getting what they deserve.

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

    After some circumspect criticism of the UK Home Secretary recently..Britain’s Home Secretary? What’s His Job Again?…it looks like he now merits a pat on the back, if the stolen (let’s not euphemise the theft by saying ‘leaked!’) communication is genuine.


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    Sajid Javid, told the US attorney general, Jeff Sessions, that the UK would not demand a “death penalty assurance” in the case, and indicated he believed there was more chance of a successful trial in the US than in UK courts.

    Only half a pat, though.

    He is right to give America cart-blanche if there’s a good chance the ISIS rape-gang scum called ‘The Beatles’ – very unfair on the Fab Four – could be executed in the USA.


    El Shafee Elsheikh (left) and Alexanda Kotey


    But he is quite out of order to maintain, in defiance of the electorate, who have never had any opportunity to vote on the death penalty, the disgusting EU policy of safe-guarding terror vermin wherever they may be.

    Yet not so fast!

    Brussels has flunkeys galore in the UK – and, it appears, at the very highest political levels.


    Theresa May REFUSES to back death penalty for ISIS Beatles 

    Nor is it only May who shrinks from the fight against terrorism.

    Another gutless wet weasel, unwilling to give his name to Sky News, “It must be reversed today. It is wholly unacceptable. [Mr Javid] has discredited himself.”

    And there are plenty of other ‘Conservatives’ who actually boast of how they interpose decadent  liberal ‘values’ on the application of common sense and justice…

    “This poses really difficult decisions that people have got to make about instinctively where they would want to be and actually a cold reflection on exactly the values we stand for.”

    …though at least Crispin Blunt MP, unlike the spineless minister, allows the media to put a name to his bizarre beliefs. .

    Some people are saying Javid spoke sense knowing he would be quickly undermined by May and her pinko bots, to keep himself high on the party activists’ popularity polls.  Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid is favourite to be next Conservative leader

    But we need to wait and see.

    If she does disown decency, as is her wont, and sends a message to sectarian fiends that they need not fear for their lives, no matter how many innocents they slaughter or how many little girls they rape…



    …, then Javid should defy the bitch, resign and make commn cause with real conservatives, inside or, if need be, outside, the ever more discredited Tory Party.

    As for the ISIS pigs?

    Beheading is no bad idea!

    Or hanging, or electrocution, a fine old-fashioned firing squad.

    If courts won’t order their deaths, there must be somebody out there who will ensure that justice is done. ;

    • Petra Malley 8:33 pm on July 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That makes sense to me.
      Thank you for taking my view into account.

    • Vicki 8:42 pm on July 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I really hope Petra is wrong about Javid. If he means what he says and gets his way,he will be the best home secretary since I don’t know when.
      Mrs. Thatcher always supported capital punishment. I think Major did too, until the European Court told him he was not elected to represent British people but to do their bidding.
      We need a government that puts Britain first. It has been SO long since we had one.

    • Edward L 9:22 pm on July 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      It looks like this comments column is lively today so here’s my contribution.
      May is showing us once again how unfit she is to be in high office.
      Any person with even the tiniest bit of conscience would want those two ISIS monsters put to death.

    • Mack the Knife 10:57 pm on July 23, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Mark my words.
      She will see to it somehow that they avoid what they deserve.
      May is without conscience.

    • Keith Milner 12:32 pm on July 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Shoot on sight, that should be how any ‘foreign fighters,’ traitors that is, get treated.

    • Lex Armstrong 3:11 pm on July 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Now she says she supports him.
      Which u turn will May perform next?
      She once told us she wanted out of the ECHR. Then all at once, for no reason, she swivelled back and bowed down.

    • Jacko 5:42 pm on July 24, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      May is a tosser.

  • ross1948 10:56 pm on July 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , cross-party national government, , Theresa The Appeaser   

    Time For Sour-Puss Soubry To Be Expelled? 

    We know for a fact that Theresa May never believed in Brexit, because she campaigned against it.

    We also know that she has actively intervened to stop patriot members of a local Conservative Association who wanted to deselect one of the very Enemy Within ‘Tory’ MPs who is causing her trouble in the Commons this month.Theresa May blocked move to deselect Tory rebel Heidi Allen, 

    Now she has been confronted with a call from that horrendous hag, Anna Sour-Puss Sourby…


    Soubry To Voters – Don’t Dare Try To Thwart My Betrayals! 


    …that is to, all intents and purposes, a demand for Socialists and Liberal Democrats to replace members of her own party in the government.

    How else can anyone interpret a cross-party “government of national unity” to be brought in…which would include not only Europhiliac Labour back-benchers but also would encompass Plaid Cymru, the SNP…  

    Tory Anna Soubry calls for unity government to manage Brexit

    Sour-Puss is not alone, with another pompous MP ass called Nicholas Soames saying much the same thing.


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    Even prettier than Soubry?

    • Now I don’t expect much of Theresa May. She has shown herself to have less guts than a squished piece of road-kill on a country road.


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    But she has been quick to root out at least one loyal and distinguished Conservative MP merely because he believed in traditional British decencies.

    Tory Purge – Theresa May Dances To Gaystapo Tune!  

    Soubry and Soames, unlike that gent, unlike Rees-Mogg, are out to bring the most anti-British elements in Parliament into government.

    Not only anti-British but viscerally hostile to May’s own party.



    If she fails to expel the subversives and ask their local constituency associations to choose new candidates to replace them, she’s not only guilty of pathetic policies but of a lackadaisical leadership of her own party.

    Or am I simply stating the obvious.

    • Petra Malley 11:22 pm on July 18, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I liked your previous post on Salvini.
      However, although your general sentiments are as laudable as always, and defining Soubry as a horrendous hag is not at all unfair, although sometimes you overdo alliteration, It is really a waste of your time and talents to discuss May as if she cared about her party any more than she cares about her country.
      She doesn’t.
      Write about Trump. I know you have done but you should again, with all the voices raised against him.

      If Britain had a Trump or a Salvini in Number Ten Downing Street, life would not be perfect but it would be a sight better than the degraded society which is the present-day UK.

      • Terry the Tory No More 5:36 pm on July 19, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        I think, Petra, that Ross is fully aware of May’s indifference to both party and country. He likes to meander round these issues sometimes, and winds up with a rhetorical question, as he has done here.
        There are still a lot of grass-roots Tories who hate her as much as they hated Cameron and need a little badgering from time to time.
        If even one or two are prodded into making the final break when they answer that question, it will have been a worthwhile piece of writing.

  • ross1948 8:00 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'EU is our FOE', , , , neo-colonialist EU, Theresa The Appeaser,   

    The Brussels Foe – Trump Tells Truth That T.May Hides! 

    So all the liberal media is up in arms against The Donald!

    What’s new, you say.

    Cretinous left-liberal commentators have insulted and abused the man because of his liking for burgers, how he holds a glass and even, ludicrously, the size and/or shape of his hands.

    Moronic, malevolent media indeed!

    But British people, the patriot majority, not the Remainiac ratbag minority, must be cheering his recognition of a reality that their own pathetic Prime Minister won’t..

     ‘ The European Union is a “foe” of the United States because of “what they do to us in trade.” 


    President Trump is of course 100% correct, except that it’s not just trade.

    Brussels is no mere trading bloc, as I’m sure the Luxembourg Lush, aka Liar Juncker, and Turncoat Tusk too would admit.



    Their ‘European Project’ is a supranational political grand design to force more than two dozen sovereign nations into an EUSSR. 

    They already have their own foreign policy,supervised by an unrepentant communist, Red Fed Mogherini.


    Iran’s Islamist Rape Regime – ‘Respected’ By EU’s Mogherini! 

    It’s a policy that takes pride in collaboration with heinous tyrannies, Iran and Cuba, with no interest in the rights of the peoples of those countries – Jakarta Globe Hands Unrepentant Red A Megaphone! – who have no say in their governance. Brussels paradoxically displays an insatiable appetite for meddling in other countries’ internal affairs.

    Bravo Japan! But Will E.U. Now Try To Save Mass-Murder Mob? 

    So yes, the European Union is a foe, not just of America, nor just of the non-European peoples it disdains all around the world.

    It is also a formidable and ferocious foe of the United Kingdom, ravenous to rip the UK off to the tune of billions, the indefensible Brexit bill, and to undermine its constitutional integrity, with the help of Britain’s ancestral enemy in Dublin.

    Brussels is doing all in its power to humiliate Britain.


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    At least Neville Chamberlain didn’t kiss Hitler in 1938


    And with a Judas Kiss, May tries to cover up that plain truth.

    • Pamela 9:22 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Europeans are not our enemies but the EU is. May has chosen to treat with the enemy, so down with her and her henchmen.
      The nations across the Channel are our fellow victims and when they in turn decide to rebel we should help them, just as Churchill did when resistance groups fought the Nazis.

    • Scott Mills 10:17 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      You must have searched hard for that photo of ‘Traitrix and Lush’ (sounds like a sit-com title) because if my eyes do not deceive me, the two standing in the background are two of your favourite boogey-men, Red Renzi and Red Tsipras.
      Am I wrong?

    • Ronnie Newman 10:59 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Trump gets all the hate because he is doing what he promised to the best he can.
      Theresa May promised Brexit and now she is not keeping that promise.
      Trade is good but why are people like Juncker trying to turn the trading arrangements into a federal state?
      There is no good reason to do that. Who wants it?

    • Vicki 11:12 pm on July 16, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said.
      May is a twister, nobody will ever trust her after what she’s done to our democratic decision.
      The EU is our enemy, far more than Russia, but she spends so much time attacking Russia and currying favour with the EU that it makes me think she has some deeply hidden agenda.
      I leave it to you to keep fighting the good fight and thanks for all you have done to stir things up.

  • ross1948 9:40 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , Theresa The Appeaser,   

    Come Back, Nigel! Your Country Needs You! 

    After the initial surge of righteous rage…

    …we need to marshal our forces, and I must agree with Leave EU that Nigel Farage is the man to do that.



    May’s proposal to the EU will include a “common rulebook” on all industrial goods and agricultural products, also known as a Single Market. Furthermore, she seeks to establish a “Facilitated Customs Arrangement”, also known as a Customs Union. In addition, she expressed a commitment to “labour mobility” – you guessed it, free movement. Wave after wave of wage-condensing, public services draining mass migration will continue in spite of the resounding rejection of it by the 17.4m two years ago.

    All three of these factions of EU integration were explicitly dismissed in the Conservative Party’s 2017 election manifesto. Yesterday, they all became official government policy. Proof the Party cannot be trusted. Brexiteers across the land need to fight back and squeeze the Tories at the ballot box, it’s the only pressure they respond to.

    It gets worse. This is the initial negotiating position taken by the British government. One can only assume it will get softer after discussions with Brussels, if that’s possible.

    As for the so-called Brexiteers within the Cabinet? Well, no resignations – a predictable outcome by career politicians who, as Nigel Farage tweeted last night “don’t have a principle between them”.

    He must now return to frontline politics to reignite the campaign for our nation’s sacred autonomy. 

    This sell-out to the global corporates is the final nail in the Tory coffin. We knew they were useless, but this is a complete betrayal of the referendum result and flies in the face of democracy; a total disregard for the will of the British people

    The Tory ministers are a waste of space and while a small group of their MPs may behave honourably and fight for a real Brexit, it is clear that the old rotten parties must be battled and broken before there’s any chance of a restoration of British freedom.

    • Petra Malley 10:20 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Well said!
      Like you, I was shaken and angered by the betrayal at Chequers.
      Like you, I have thought about it and after reading what LeaveEU had to say, I agree.
      However, if Nigel does return, will the current leadership of UKIP simply hand him back control of the party?
      Might it not be wise to build a broader coalition?
      I’m not saying we should go one way or the other, but it would be interesting to see what your other readers think.

    • Fiona 10:45 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I was too horrified by the Tories’ wholesale desertion of the Brexit cause to do much of anything today but am now feeling energised after reading this.
      Things do look bleak but just cursing Conservative turn-coats is not a strategy. Extra-parliamentary action also has its appeal, but would it work?
      We have to be realistic and admit that our enemies at home and in Brussels are likely to keep the country in chains but I refer you to your own report of Matteo Salvini’s call last week for a trans-national nationalist alliance.
      I think once the reaction to May’s sell-out sinks in, we can build on it, even to greater effect than Ukip achieved at its peak.
      A movement for real democracy, by any name, would attract millions of votes after the way democracy has been so openly despised by all three parties.
      Even if it might not sweep to power, it could completely wreck Juncker-Merkel-May scheming if parties like the Italian Lega, AfD, France’s National Rally and the others around the Continent had a useful British contingent join them in Strasbourg.
      Let’s wait for Farage to respond but continue discussing our options.

    • Vanessa Reily 11:07 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Now you’re talking.
      It would be easy just to wash our hands of it, God knows what happened yesterday was heart-breaking. It’s totallly treasonous the way Johnson caved and the others who have blustered all this time about how ‘we’ can win the day.
      Now WE know who we can count on, and it will not be any of that lot.
      Yes, give Nigel an encore, but we need to tap into the kind of disillusionment all of us felt and find fresh grass-roots leaders who can offer hope as a cure for despair.

      • Maurice Daly 12:18 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        It looks like that may be what is going to happen, Vanessa.
        The Express has a big story about little people fed up with lying politicians
        It’s a group in Herefordshire who have opened a Facebook page.
        They want to expand into other counties, so there’s your opportunity
        “Herefordshire For Brexit.. A non party-political group set up to promote the benefits of Brexit.”

      • Petra Malley 10:48 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

        One of ‘that lot’ has now justified, or should I say, explained himself.
        Gove told the electorate that he was not all that happy but keeping his party together, placating those in the Cabinet who had declared themselves Remainers, was more important than keeping faith with what he had campaigned for. They had to be satisfied.
        They did not. They lost the argument in June 2016, and if they believed in democracy they would have faithfully implemented that result.
        If May was a leader, she would have taken them on, given THEM her tongue-lashing about ‘collective responsibility’ and if they voted with Corbyn to defeat her in parliament, she should have gone to the country, stripped them of their party label and put up loyal candidates against them.
        Win or lose the subsequent election, she’d at least be respected.
        Now she never will be.

    • Mack The Knife 11:44 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I will do whatever it takes., with or without Mr. Farage,
      Not usually or easily enraged but that bitch coming out of her meeting to tell us she is going to keep us in the customs union and play ball with the ECJ and say her whole cabinet is now in favour of Brexit In Name Only?
      I am not a leader but I can be a damn loyal follower.

    • Jock T 12:15 am on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Nigel might be what we need but we can’t pin everything on whether or not he is up for another round.
      He said quite a while ago he wanted to have a normal family life and who can blame him?

    • Al Green 11:58 am on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I detect a note of desperation among your comment fans and yourself. While I have no personal stake in Brexit, not being British ( I am American) I can sympathize, because the way our President is being undermined at every turn by the establishment (Deep State) anti-democracy gang is infuriating.
      I wish you luck in your fight.
      It took hell on earth( Obama) to wake enough voters up in the USA so you may be in for a rough spell, but it canbe done.

    • Vicki 3:22 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      No to this shocking surrender.
      We voted to get out, not remain on a short leash.
      May must go. She never wanted to leave anyway but she has now shown her hand openly.
      Bring back Nigel?
      Bring on anybody who will speak for the 17 million that voted for freedom.

  • ross1948 7:30 am on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Theresa The Appeaser   

    May, The Brussels Lap-Bitch, Betrays Britain! 

    A total sell-out – that’s all we can say about Theresa May’s miserable betrayal of British democracy.

    You need only read what her very own statement says…



    Brexit: Cabinet agrees ‘collective’ stance on future EU deal

    …to see for yourselves how she – and, to their shame, her ‘pro-Brexit’ ministers…



    ….have surrendered to Juncker.

    Unless Boris Johnson and the rest (seven Cabinet ministers outvoted  by May and 19 collaborators, we read) resign by next week, they are ratting on all they have said about freedom and self-determination.

    The time for playing nice, for polite reservations rather than an absolute repudiation of her subversion of the very essence of ‘Get Britain Out,’ is now past.

    In truth it was past months ago.

    Now patriotic Brits must…

    =Hasil gambar untuk resist

    …by ANY means necessary.

    • Ted Gaines 11:25 am on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Dont know what time it is where you are but any time of day I would give you a pat on the back for this.
      A more accurate appraisal of her character, and her yes-men’s character, I couldnt ask for.
      Revolutionary action, enough of fiddling while freedom burns.

    • Karen Traynor 3:07 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Yes, she is a bitch, as bad as Germany’Merkel in her treason to her country.
      There should be a trial, with the death penalty as an optional outcome.

    • Ernie J 3:23 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Demonic creature, May.
      She is a traitor.
      What do we do with traitors?

      Lord Haw Haw, as you reported last year, was strung up.
      He wasn’t the first.
      He shouldn’t be the last.

    • Graham Taylor 7:15 pm on July 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Blunt but bang on!
      I never trusted those ‘Brexiteers’ in May’s cabinet.
      Johnson is not a man to let anything as troublesome as principles drag him down. I had hoped Davis might have quit to lead the resistance but I should have known better. Leadsom? Again, as my old Dad used to say, never trust a Tory.
      I am not the nervous kind but I felt a shudder when this surrender deal was made public.
      It will end badly, for them but for our country too, when democracy is spat on like this,

    • Harvey Young 10:07 pm on July 8, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Graham, your old Dad was a wise man. Never trust a Tory, never a truer word, and like it or not it was reading the Guardian that confirmed this here.
      The long drawn out rigmarole with the vanishing red lines, the surrender one principle at a time, was ALL about persuading, or confusing the people into thinking ‘Does Brexit Have A Point.’

      Of course it does, it had when we voted and a real Brexit still has, because the balance of trade has always meant they need us more than we need them.

      After all the fake alarms about this and that, the ‘Brexit Bill’ we should have laughed out the door and demanded reparations instead, and the whinnying from a nothing country like the Irish Republic set on getting its pound of flesh, when May should have told them to man their own Euro-border if it was such big a deal to them, after all those planned distractions, of course people are asking what the point is,

      If the custom union isn’t to be over, if we are to align our laws to what their European Court tells us, if their people won’t have free movement just free mobility?
      The point is it’s NOT Brexit!
      She is a liar and a scoundrel.

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