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  • ross1948 05:52 on October 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Burnaby, , Heather Leung, , , Tory purge   

    Shifty Scheer Boots Another Good Candidate! 

    I was appalled when Shifty Scheer took out that excellent Muslim man…

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    Professor Salim Mansur   

    The Wrong Kind Of Muslim? Salim Vetoed By Truthophobic Tories! 

    …despite local Tories having backed him as their parliamentary candidate in London Ontario.

    Now we have another candidate purged for defending decency, this time a Chinese-ethnic lady in British Columbia.

    But the censorious Tory leader was too late to stop her name going on ballot papers in this month’s Canadian election.

     Heather Leung is continuing to campaign in Burnaby North-Seymour after the Conservative Party dropped her over anti-LGBTQ2 comments.

    And what were these ‘offensive’ observations?

    Plain truth!

    Heather Leung

    A video made a few years ago  “….during protests over an LGBTQ2-friendly school board policy goes on to show Leung decrying anti-bullying initiatives for promoting “homosexual, transexual, all kinds of homosexual acts” to students.’ “

    This brave lady deserves the support of every normal parent in Burnaby, a place we have noticed before!

    Canada’s Good Immigrants Rally! 

    It has long been clear that queers have a thing about the younger generation.


    As soon as they got the absurd ‘homo-weddings’ implemented, in country after country, their next demand has been the vile concept of ‘gay’ adoption.

    The brain-wash evil exposed in American schools recently is every bit as bad in their Canadian counterparts…


    …and it’s a sad testimony on the condition of Canadian society that this courageous woman has been victimised by a Fake-Tory leadership for fighting back.


    .You can read more here..Conservatives drop B.C. candidate who said ‘homosexuals recruit’ kids after outcry


    • Arnold 06:37 on October 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I will go along to Burnaby and help her.
      A lot of these Asian ethnics in BC are more in tune with real Canadian values than our no-good MPs.


    • Al Agnew 11:26 on October 9, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Scheer is doing as well as he is doing, at the same level as The Turd in opinion polls and that is only be because so many Tories fear Turdeau more than they dislike Scheer’s witch-hunts against conservatives.
      He alienates real conservatives over and over, again and again.


  • ross1948 23:00 on February 6, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Remoaner, Tory purge   

    Brexit – Shrill Soubry Pants For Stalin-Style Purge! 

    “Major, Cameron, Two Great Leaders?”

    Just five words from that shrill, rabid Remoaner Anna Soubry, and we know she’s lost it…


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    Such a sweet little thing she is!


    …lost her tantrum-prone temper and lost track of reality.

    She’s also lost track of the votes cast in her Broxbourne constituency, 66% for Leave, but that’s just democracy, so that won’t bother her!


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    The two names she invokes really were two of the most unprincipled Tory leaders in the party’s history, Cast-Iron Cameron, the degenerate who ratted on his pledge of a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty…



    …and pathetic, pusillanimous Major, so supine in his obedience to foreign court rulings that he u-turned shamelessly on school discipline…


    A Swiss Reminder Of John Major’s Despicable Euro-Grovel 

    … grovelling to the ECHR, despite himself having, only a little while previously, voted to keep proper punishment as part of teachers’ armoury against class-room louts.


    And BTW, that word ‘proper?’

    “They are not proper Conservatives,” the middle-aged bat rants, using the word  to diss the Brexit wing for expecting May to mind the clear democratic mandate for deliverance from Brussels rule.

    The sorry old sow wants to remove 35 “hard ideological Brexiteers” – Johnson, Rees-Mogg and all like them –  to be purged, Stalinoid style!


    I’d shed few tears for Boris……but never mind, as we read on, we see that, behold…


    ‘Weave a circle round her thrice, and close your eyes with holy dread…’ – extract from Coleridge’s ‘Xanadu,’ describing a ‘woman wailing for her demon lover..’

    …a ray of hope shines from the BBC report.

    Soubry told BBC Newsnight she is willing to leave if the likes of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg take over…They have taken down Major, they took down Cameron, two great leaders neither of whom stood up to them.”

    So maybe not such great leaders then, if she wants to talk, as she does –  “…people have got to grow some, get a spine…” about backbones!

    Had they possessed sufficient vertebrae, they WOULD have ‘stood up’ to the naughty Brexiteers, right?

    Lord Lamont was surely understating the case when he observed that Soubry “does tend sometimes to go over the top.”   http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-42955553

    She’s out of her mind.

    With a bit of luck, she’ll be out of her party soon too.

    • Pamela 00:07 on February 7, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That Coleridge verse is very appropriate.
      She is a demoness of sorts, though I don’t believe for a moment that either Boris or Jacob is remotely frightened by her howling.
      . .


  • ross1948 01:48 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Andrew Turner MP, , , Tory purge   

    Tory Purge – Theresa May Dances To Gaystapo Tune! 

    The Guardian understands that senior figures in the Conservative party made clear that Turner’s behaviour was unacceptable…


    Andrew Turner, MP for The Isle of Wight


    One Tory insider said there was “no room in the Conservative party” for homophobic comments. 



    That ‘insider‘ –  pity the Guardian’s intrepid reporter didn’t identify the creep –  must be assumed to represent the party leadership.

    Thus we see that Theresa May has totally abandoned traditional values, and that men and women of good conscience need to contemplate carefully what they’re going to do on polling day.

    Andrew Turner was a respected MP for the best part of twenty years, and now, all because some malignant teenage squealer, Esther Poucher by name, was offended by his assertion of principle at a sixth form chat session, he’s been hounded out of his constituency by May’s hit-men.

    May was once upon a time a defender of decency.



    But she cast principle aside, pushing not only ‘gay’ weddings but also the legalisation of ‘gay adoption,’ by which helpless children are consigned to the custody, care and control of co-habiting queers. Consequently, she is now lauded by the maladjust media –

    Baroness Featherstone – the architect of the equal marriage law – has since affirmed that May’s support was instrumental in convincing the Conservative leadership and the Cabinet to agree to move forward with the proposal, which resulted in the 2013 Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Act.

    In her book ‘Equal Ever After’, Baroness Featherstone praised the Home Secretary as an “unsung hero” of the push for marriage. 

    From gay rights opponent to ‘unsung hero’ of equal marriage

    The turncoat openly espoused liberalism just weeks ago, so we should not be surprised at what she’s done. As an unequivocal member of the Remain campaign, her attachment to the vile ‘values’ of the European Union should have been clear to everyone.

    Even so, her readiness to dance to the gaystapo tune so shamelessly, to the extent of ordering a purge of a long-serving legislator, simply for saying what normal people think, that ‘homosexuality is wrong,’ even shocks me.

    Surely Brits cannot truly trust her with the future of their country?

    • Neville Wells 02:09 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I never trusted her anyway.
      Now the Tories don’t want either serious Christians OR serious Muslims in their liberal party?
      So be it.
      I’m neither as it happens, but if May is this intolerant of basic conservative beliefs then she will get the homosexual vote but lose a lot more normal people, who won’t want anything to do with her or her party.


    • Gerald H 02:34 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Like you I’m horrified by the way this man has been treated by the Tories. I used to vote for the Conservative Party but gave up when Cameron took them in the wrong direction.
      I changed to UKIP but after reading this I googled to find out more and here’s something that has made me start thinking about spoiling my ballot paper.
      It’s the comment from a UKIP spokesman in Mr; Hunter’s Isle of Wight ’seat, Daryll Pitcher.:

      “UKIP Isle of Wight campaigners would like to state that Andrew Turners views do not represent the vast majority of Islanders that we come in to contact with on a daily basis.”
      He continues to make it clear theres no place for people with traditional British values in his party.

      I’m tearing up my membership card tomorrow and unless theres an independent candidate I won’t be voting at all.


      • Yvonne Walker 16:05 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Please don’t tear up your card. There are a lot of people in Ukip who defend decency.
        We recently had a councillor in another town in Somerset condemn the amount of money wasted on the queer ‘community, and if you leave, where will you go?
        Ukip is committed to democracy so we have a better chance of rolling back the gaystapo advances. Under Theresa’s Tories, there’s no chance at all.


      • Paul Yeats 16:19 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Not voting is giving in. Think of what UKIP has given us, freedom to govern ourselves.
        We re not all like that Darren Pitcher in the Isle of Wight and we can use our freedom to fight back on things like this.
        If you quit, then all those pro-gay bullies like Theresa may will stamp out every vestige of traditional values that we have got left in England.


      • Cam Parsons 17:05 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        Stop and think, Gerald.
        All those years breaking the monopoly of the bad old parties and we can still do it.
        Of course we have opportunists and infiltrators and oddities like Pilcher but we have many many great conservative people too and we need all of them to turn UKIP into an effective movement for an end to British decline.


      • Diana 17:11 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

        I am inclined to agree with you, UKIP is losing its commitment to real cultural counter-revolution, and not on the ‘gay’ issue alone. The national deputy chariman Suzanne Evans is now saying UKIP wants nothing to do with the restoration of capital punishment.
        I had understood the plan was for a referendum, but no word of that at all.
        Might as well vote Tory and God knows I’ll never do that gain.


        • ross1948 18:31 on April 30, 2017 Permalink

          Hello, Diana, and I will respond via you to all the commenters. I don’t usually respond but it’s not common to get so much input from readers, and so quickly.
          I am not a member of any party and like you, I have for a long time criticised the way various good people in UKIP have been victimised for expressing good values.
          At the same time, no other patriot party is available and so I can only suggest that voters look at each candidate. I understand the UKIP leader holds fairly sound views, e.g. against so-called ‘gay’ marriage. There are no doubt many others too who are much wiser than that dope Pitcher in the I.O.W.
          I was going to post something on the need for tactical voting anyway, but have just seen a sensible piece from the Freedom Association, which I’ll pick at during my lazy evening, with a view to producing something by tomorrow.
          I’d not be resigning right away, as Gerald says he wants to. I might have once up on a time, but time has taught me a little patience.
          Let the dust settle and see if you can’t find some place with a man or woman who deserves and needs support.
          Party label matters little in the face of the ghastly Miller bint’s Branson-funded anti-democracy campaign..
          Oh, yeah, and don’t forget to boycott Branson’s Virgin planes and trains!
          Have a good long weekend.


    • Brian Gallen 03:19 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Enough is enough.
      Millions of people agree with Andrew Turner. That’s why Cameron refused to hold any referendum on ‘gay’ marriage.
      We are being declared non-persons by a ruling class who want us excluded from political life with no voice to represent us.
      As for Theresa May, she is NOT a conservative. I will never vote for her party again and I hope millions more do the same as me. . .


    • Wightman 14:05 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      One of our English tabloids. Murdoch’s Sun, is now describing Andrew Hunter as the ‘disgraced’ Tory MP. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3441278/conservative-mp-andrew-turner-quits-in-disgrace-after-claims-he-told-class-of-school-students-being-gay-was-wrong/
      If he had robbed a bank or been in a sex scandal, that’s a disgrace.
      However, all he did was speak up for decent people and that sly little millenial snitched on him.
      She’s the disgrace.


    • Len Findlay 18:57 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      If we get tricked or sold by May back into the European Union we will never be free again. None of us like what you call the ‘gaystapo’ but they’re an enemy we can take care of when we get all the EU courts and commissioners off our backs.
      Big issue, Brexit, no argument. Let’s get that secured then we can fight among ourselves.


    • Free Jacques 22:10 on April 30, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Murdoch never was on our side, only saw there was a market for media that differ from the liars of the left.
      The real disgraces are the u-turners, May and Cameron.
      They both spoke and voted against the ‘gay’ agenda then changed sides.
      I wish Mr. Turner would have stood as UKIP or independent or anything at all.
      I think he would have got a big vote.


    • Tam Baird 14:26 on May 3, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I think that you and many of your admirers in this comment column are far too hostile to Theresa May.
      Would you say the same things about Mrs Thatcher who supported EU membership for years, sold out Rhodesia and served in Heath’s Cabinet?

      I like to think of May as a Yeltsin figure, the man who spent years in the Soviet communist system but emerged blinking into the daylight and helped Russia get a chance at democracy.

      He was a good man, and the fact he liked a drink should recommend him to you, Ross.
      Give Theresa time and don’t rush to judgement.


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