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  • ross1948 17:04 on December 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , cornwall, pro-Brexit Liberal Party, UK election   

    Pro-Brexit, Vote Liberal? Yes, You Can! 

    If you live in the southwesternmost part of the British mainland, don’t forget you have a viable anti-Brexit alternative to vote for!


    Most readers will remember that the LibDems came into being after the 1980s flash-in-the-pan Social Democratic Party, founded by David Owens and Shirley Williams, merged with the Liberals.


    Liberalism these days is widely recognised as a cancerous ideology…


    …toxic to the nation-state, but it was not always thus.

    Just think of Gladstone…


    Let the Turks now carry away their abuses, in the only possible manner, namely, by carrying off themselves. Their Zaptiehs and their Mudirs, their Blmhashis and Yuzbashis, their Kaimakams and their Pashas, one and all, bag and baggage, shall, I hope, clear out from the province that they have desolated and profaned.-

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    This thorough riddance, this most blessed deliverance, is the only reparation we can make to those heaps and heaps of dead, the violated purity alike of matron and of maiden and of child; to the civilization which has been affronted and shamed..

    …who championed the freedom fighters against the vile Turk caliphate’s oppression in the Balkans.

    What many people do NOT know is that the old Liberal Party did NOT agree to the merger.

    The merge faction included the MPs and most of the councillors, but they lacked the numbers legally to complete the deal

    So the Liberal Party never actually merged, and continues till today to fight elections and to have quite distinct policies…



    …including a pro-Brexit stance.




    • Eric Masters 21:09 on December 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I remember the Liberals!
      They used to be pro-European Community but I just looked at their website. You are correct, they have grown out of that rubbish.
      I will contact my friends in Cornwall.


    • Pamela 02:48 on December 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I hope those Liberals in Cornwall do well. They deserve support from voters there who traditionally supported their party long before the Lib Dems came into existence and began their march to the far left.


  • ross1948 19:34 on November 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK election   

    Free Time? Head For Broxtowe Or Beaconsfield! Take The Turncoats DOWN! 

    Jo Swinson’s party is also expected to strike a pact with Anna Soubry, the pro-remain former Tory MP who leads the Independent Group for Change, to give her a free run in her Broxtowe seat. An announcement is expected as early as Tuesday and follows the disclosure that the Lib Dems would stand aside to help former Tory MP Dominic Grieve save his Beaconsfield seat. 

    There are few candidates more worthy of contempt and detestation than those two,

    If any readers back in The Old Country are wondering how best to expend their election energy and there’s not much going on in your immediate vicinity, might I suggest – if either of those constituencies are near enough – that you go and volunteer your services.

    Up to you, but if I were over there, I’d go all out to bring down Gagool…


    ….aka Shrill Soubry, the notorious Fourth Reich Fan!


    • Amanda Adams 20:34 on November 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A good idea.
      I will go to the nearest constituency where I can make a difference.


  • ross1948 15:51 on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK election   


    I would really like to have amended this petition to read ‘Unattractive Uppity Gina Nadira Miller…’


    …but no matter – please read it and sign if you wish!’



    Miller’s plans for the upcoming general election in December have been accused of breaking the rules by voters. She was also accused of “deliberately interfering in the democratic process”.

    Gina Miller recently launched a website which is designed to help those against Brexit and the Conservative party vote tactically.

    • Vicki 20:04 on November 4, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Miller is a monster like one of those harpies in Greek legends that we read about at school
      What posesses her to go to such lengths to undermine her country?
      I hope if this plan she has is not disallowed that our side is working on the same kind of technology, although I admit I have no idea how it would work.


  • ross1948 20:09 on October 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    It’s Time To Bust The Fop’s Fake Brexit! 

    So now it’s on and let’s call it what it is!



    I make no apologies for likening the December election to the Biblical battle between Good and Evil.

    The Remain parties are motivated by anti-democratic arrogance and contempt for the British people.



    Johnson’s Tories are arguably more meretricious, those who endorse his dirty deal trying to tell the UK electorate that it restores independence…



    ….when it leaves our best and bravest…

    …hog-tied to appease their ancestral enemies.

    Johnson plays fast and loose with truths and leaves Brits little choice but..

    The Brexit Party!

    Indeed, there are other parties which are definitively clear in their support for a clean break…


    Nigel Farage


    …but when all’s said and done, Nigel Farage and his candidates are far and away the team that can score enough votes to make a difference.



    • Petra Malley 21:01 on October 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      100% agreed!


    • Fiona 21:12 on October 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      We have had a meeting here, our weekly discussion on what to do next and now we have to organise for the election in December.
      All of us have washed our hands of the Tories and most of us are for the Brexit Party.
      Armageddon is a fair description of what lies ahead.
      I am not Catholic but St. Ignatius Loyola’s words about how in a righteous war we must be ready ‘to fight and not to heed the wounds’ are so true..
      It will be hard going but I believe we will win.
      Thanks for staying the course.


  • ross1948 16:32 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , Queer drivel, , , UK election,   

    October 14th Election? One In The Eye For Whom? 

    Ignoring much of the asinine opinions expressed in the Guardian this week…

    ..and by God this week’s pages were positively infested by imbecilic ranters, like that ugly uppity Un-Australian Yapper, Yassim Abdel-Magied…


    Far-Left’s Anti-Migrant Ranting Deafens Australia! 

    …who went nuts because another lefty luminary showed a tine wee bit of sense, viz.,

    ..the argument became a tirade. It became about the fact that a white man should be able to write the experience of a young Nigerian woman and if he sells millions and does a “decent” job — in the eyes of a white woman — he should not be questioned or pilloried in any way.

    All together, now, YAWN!


    It became about mocking those who ask people to seek permission to use their stories.  https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/sep/10/as-lionel-shriver-made-light-of-identity-i-had-no-choice-but-to-walk-out-on-her


    And Malignant Magied’s hogwash howl is only arguably the most deranged drivel the Guardian thinks worth inflicting on readers!

    Get this!

    Life began for me as a queer teenager amid the happy excesses of Great Yarmouth

    The editors apparently imagine that there are people remotely interested in reading about a sexual deviant’s adolescent antics!


    That, all that, above, is just a kindly mental-health warning – avoid the Guardian.

    It does stress you out after a very short perusal of its pearls of pinko wisdom.

    Today, it’s BORIS, or at least his alleged scheming, that I want, very briefly, to look at, and in particular…


    Boris Johnson to seek 14 October election if rebels succeed, says government source – as it happened

    …I was fascinated by the announcement of the date of the next UK election.

    October 14th!

    As we noted two years ago…

    October 14th – Hastings Day, As England Faces Invasion 



    …that’s the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings!

    So can we read the runes of history to predict the outcome?

    Will Boris be blind-sided by Europhiliac renegades…

    …and the realm continue to be ruled from abroad?

    Be cool!

    History is a valuable tool for those Brits wishing to learn what mistakes should be avoided when fighting off enemies across the Channel.

    But anniversaries, unless forgotten by unwise husbands, are not indicators of what happens next!


    • Joanie Lane 18:08 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      What a wonderful read.
      Please do more like this.


    • Rob Connell 19:53 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      The Guardian publishes all that BS junk because its readers are as addled as its editors.


    • Vanessa Reilly 20:03 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You very entertainingly cover quite a few issues but you make me think you still have reservations about our ‘Bojo.’
      I don’t blame you.
      Nevertheless, he’s doing a lot of good things.
      I like best how he may eject Hammond and Clarke and the other leftwingers from the party and make them stand as independents, unless they come clean and join the LibDems.
      We are living in interesting times.


    • Salop Nusantara 21:21 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      So far so good, Vanessa, as far as cleaning out lefies. That ultra liberal “Tory” Philip Lee MP has just crossed the floor of the Commons to join the Libdems.
      It is very frustrating to be an expat far away from this battle. I wish I could join all those ‘We Voted Leave’ demonstrators at Westminster.


      • ross1948 21:33 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

        A Shropshire man ( or is it woman?) here in Indonesia, who shares my Brexiteer commitment?
        How intriguing!
        It is frustrating, watching it all on tv but I suppose if we were in the UK we’d be doing the same, unless we lived in London.
        If you are in Jakarta, we should get together and have a beer sometime.


        • Petra Malley 23:14 on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          Ross, I have been glued to the news for hours. I had no intention of commenting till after the vote in the Commons but Salop has now drawn me in.
          Salop, it was very pertinent of you use those inverted commas around ‘Tory’ when writing about Lib Dem Lee.
          He did not even have the courage to attend the special meeting of the Bracknell Conservative Association when they debated their motion of No Confidence.
          The motion was passed and so Lee was due to be replaced.
          No wonder he has bolted for the nearest rat-hole.


        • Salop Nusantara 23:21 on September 3, 2019 Permalink

          A beer is always a good idea but I live very far away, not quite as far as Aceh but up north and I don’t much like big cities so have only been to Jakarta once or twice, for work, since I came here.
          Have you been watching the BBC?


    • Penny 22:04 on September 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I was watching tv since I got home otherwise I would have commented earlier.
      I get worn out listening to the Remainer rants.
      I am planning an early night to recharge my Brexit batteries.


  • ross1948 20:04 on June 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    On June 8th, Anti-Brexit Candidates Relying On Alien Votes To Win? 

    On June 8th, Brits go to the polls.

    Everyone, from the grotesque Gina Millar, who is so unwilling to have her background explored, to LibDem Tim Farron, to UKIP, to all my UK readers, would readily concede that Brexit…


    …or thwarting Brexit, is, if not THE BIG ISSUE, at least one of them. That’s why we’ve been giving you input on tactical voting —And Another UK Tactical Voting Info Post! Brexit Rules OK! –to maximise the number of trustworthy MPs in the next parliament.


    In the referendum,  you’ll remember, resident aliens, Eire citizens, hundreds of thousands of them, were able to vote, egged on by the hostile Dublin Government to obstruct the drive for British independence.

    That made the patriot victory much narrower than it ought to have been.



    Since De Valera sent condolences on Hitler’s death, and Haughey did his evil worst to obstruct the Falklands War effort…

    – Eire’s bigotedly anti-British Defence Minister branded Britain as the aggressor, a crude and ignorant jibe…Dublin’s entire foreign policy was based on imposing foreign rule on a British community…Falklands Pride, Yes, but Reflect on EU Back-Stabbing 

     … Britannia’s problems have been Dublin’s opportunity to make mischief.


    This time, alas, those hundreds of thousands, not by any means all bad people, will have heard the exhortations of their alien political leaders back home in Eire, most all of whom are currently signed up to Juncker’s struggle to make sure Britain gets done down and ripped off.

    The Eire Government has been eagerly caballing with the Brussels Commissars in high hopes of annexing Ulster…

    …in a diplomatic coup for the Irish government, these hesitations have been overcome. The EU has just done something it has never done before: it has offered an incentive to part of an existing European state to join another state. The language may be quiet but the message is pretty loud… https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/may/04/eu-irish-unity-brexit-europe-northern-ireland

    …no slightest hint of allowing the loyal British population therein to exercise their right to self-determination by re-drawing the border.


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    These foreign, Irish republican voters are simply what they are -foreign!

    They should never be allowed a vote, any more than I should be allowed a vote here in Indonesia, where I have dwelt contentedly for not that far off two decades.

    If I were to apply for, and be granted, Indonesian citizenship, that would be a different matter, but I was born, and will be till the day I die, a loyal subject of the Crown.



    The fact that nearly all those NON-BRITISH voters in the UK have no intention of taking out UK citizenship vividly states the case for excising their names from the electoral register.

    May won’t do that. She’s a no-good, but, compared to Juncker’s puppet-show parties, more of her party’s candidates are worth voting for.


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    So just focus on the essentials.



  • ross1948 07:18 on May 17, 2017 Permalink | Reply
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    Brexit Strategic Voting Update, Again! 

    Since I am not resident in the UK, and haven’t been for a long time, I need to rely on other people’s guidance for tactical voting, apart from a few cases that are obvious…



    ….like the need to rid Westminster forever of the noisome presence of Europhiliacs like Anna Soubry.


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    That abominable Europhiliac Tory woman with rather a coarse gob on her, Anna Soubry


    So here I present the latest advice from  The Freedom Association!

    The Freedom Association
    1. BOB BLACKMAN (Conservative), Harrow East, defending a 2015 Conservative majority of 4,757.
    2. VICTORIA BORWICK (Conservative), Kensington, defending a 2015 Conservative majority of 7,361.
    3. DEHENNA DAVISON (Conservative), Sedgefield, seeking to overturn a 2015 Labour majority of 6,843.
    4. FRANK FIELD (Labour), Birkenhead, defending a 2015 Labour majority of 20,652.
    5. ANDREW PERCY (Conservative), Brigg and Goole, defending a 2015 Conservative majority of 11,176.
    6. ED YOUNG (Conservative), York Central, seeking to overturn a 2015 Conservative majority of 6,716.
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