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  • ross1948 20:26 on November 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Labour Corbyn, , UK general election   

    Oh Well, That’s It, Then! Gotta Be Labour! 

    Any UK voters still to make up their minds with just a dozen and a few more days to go until the General Election must have been grateful for that letter in The Guardian this week.

    It makes dilemmas so much simpler to resolve when the distilled wisdom of one’s community is represented in irrefutable form.

    We are musicians, artists, rappers and grime MCs, and we will be voting for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour party this election. 


    Any momentary hesitation about following such erudite examples must have melted away, like snow off the proverbial dry-stone-wall in a Cumbrian springtime…


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    ‘Stormzy’ with his hero


    ….when the lead signatory of the ‘Epistle of The Grimy Ones to The Electorate’ is revealed as a person who rejoices in the name of …

    Stormzy!” ‘

    ‘Stormzy?’ ‘Grime?’ ‘Rappers?’



    How come these cacophonists are not immediately called out by the many British people who still understand the correct meaning of the word ‘music?’

    BTW, has nobody else wondered about the increasing infantilisation of British life, with thousands voting to name an important ship ‘Boatie McBoatface..


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    ..and all kinds of ‘arts experts’ perennially lauding a cowardly grafitti-dauber who skulks behind the diddums name ‘Banksy!’



    • Petra Malley 20:42 on November 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      If any voters are influenced by this Guardian ‘epistle’ then I pity them.
      I like classical music ( and the Eurythmics! ) but if any famous conductors or any member of any band were so presumptuous as to think their political opinions might influence my vote, I would laugh in their faces, and very possibly say something very rude, like ‘who do you think you are!’

      I do share your views on the use of baby-talk by adults.
      It’s quite acceptable when talking to babies, but people who feel they have to use it in grown-up discourse are suitable subjects for a psychologists’ seminar.


    • Damian 09:22 on November 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Rap, hip-hop, and whatever ‘grime’ might be.
      It’s an insult to music to include such talentless noise in any discussion of music.
      I tried to watch some of the videos in which that kind of ‘bands’ perform and it was a repulsive experience.
      Badly-dressed males clutching at their groins as if the noises they were making was the result of pain enanating from that area ot theit bodies.


  • ross1948 19:30 on November 27, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , UK general election, UKIP candidates   

    If Farage Failed You As A Leave Voter…UKIP Is Still Around! 

    The information below was actually submitted as a comment but I hope the commenter will not be upset if I give it some prominence!

    Nigel Farage has been a great disappointment.


    Nigel Farage,

    At a stroke he denied millions of a chance to vote against The Fop’s Fake Brexit, leaving patriots in some constituencies with horrendous options, such as the seat where they must choose May’s Tory Liar Damien Green, or a Corbynite Remainer, or a LibDem Remainer!

    If I lived there, or any similar area, I would walk down to my polling station, spoil my ballot paper, then get myself to the nearest constituency where a Clean-Break candidate was on offer, to help him or her as best I could.



    And it’s very likely that person might be a standard-bearer for UKIP!

    Here they are –


    Birmingham Northfield – Kenneth Lowry

    Bognor Regis & Littlehampton – David Kurten

    Brighton Pavilion – Nigel Furness

    Carlisle – Fiona Mills

    Colne Valley – Melanie Roberts

    Croydon South – Kathleen Garner

    Dulwich & West Norwood – John Plume

    East Dunbartonshire – Donald Mackay

    East Hampshire – Jim Makin

    East Kilbride, Strathaven & Lesmahagow – David Mackay

    East Lothian – David Sisson

    Eddisbury – Andrea Allen

    Exeter – Duncan Odgers

    Gillingham – Robert McCulloch

    Hertford & Stortford – Alistair Lindsay Martin

    Holborn & St Pancras – Mohammed Ali Bhatti

    Houghton & Sunderland South – Richard Elvin

    Kingston & Surbiton – Roger Glencross

    Lagan Valley – Alan Love

    Leigh – Leon Peters

    Mole Valley – Geoffrey Cox

    Moray – Rob Scorer

    Motherwell & Wishaw – Neil Wilson

    Norwich North – David Moreland

    Ochil & South Perthshire – Stuart Martin

    Oldham West & Royton – Anthony Prince

    Reigate – Julia Searle

    Rochester & Strood – Roy Freshwater

    Romsey & Southampton North – Geoff Bentley

    Runnymede & Weybridge – Nicholas Wood

    Rushcliffe – Matthew Faithfull

    Rutherglen & Hamilton West – Janice Mackay

    Rutland & Melton – Marietta King

    Sheffield Brightside & Hillsborough – Shane Harper

    Sheffield Hallam – Michael Virgo

    Southampton Itchen – Kim Rose

    Strangford – Robert Stephenson

    Surrey Heath – David Simon Roe

    Tamworth – Robert Bilcliff

    Tiverton & Honiton – Margaret Dennis

    Uxbridge & South Ruislip – Geoff Courtenay

    Washington & Sunderland West – Keith Jenkins

    Woking – Troy De Leon

    Wycombe – Vijay Srao

  • ross1948 21:31 on May 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , metropolitan progressives, , , , UK general election   

    C’mon, ‘Metropolitan Progressives!’ Practise What You Preach! 

    Britain should take 50,000 more Syrian refugees…

    So says the Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, in The Guardian – where else? – and if he manages to get even 50 MPs ( which one hopes can be prevented, as outlined in our previous post today… .

    Update for Brexit Tactical Voters! 

    …when British votes are counted) that’s just a thousand each they should be asked to accommodate under their own roofs, instead of putting them up in publicly funded housing, paid for by honest working Brits, at a cost…



    ….by the LibDems’ own estimate, of over FOUR BILLION POUNDS!

    But surely they will not be left to carry this burden alone?

    The Guardian assures us that the pledge is also a clear sign that his party is refocusing its election efforts on Labour voters, particularly metropolitan progressives.


    ‘metropolitan progressive?’

    Every one of those parasitical beings must have a house – and ‘metropolitan progressives’ usually have much plusher residences than people who have real jobs. Academics, social work directors, trades union bureaucrats and ‘community activists’ should be lining up to shoulder their globalisational responsibilities.

    So why don’t the LibDems, so eager to appeal to the pampered metropolitan dregs for their votes, not first appeal to ‘metroprogs’ for offers to accommodate the intended alien imports?

    Maybe because, as a rule, even metroprogs can read, and the offers might be slow in coming if they have read this week’s news…


    Austria jails asylum seeker for war crimes in Syria

    …or last year?


    The trial begins in Bonn this week of a Syrian man who threw his three children from a first-floor window, allegedly because he disliked his wife’s desire to enjoy the same freedoms as German women. https://www.thelocal.de/20160919/syrian-hurls-kids-out-window-because-wife-wants-freedom

    Or the year before?

    There are plenty more examples of so-called ‘refugees’ – from Syria and elsewhere – who should NEVER have been allowed into civilised countries, They were not detained on arrival for serious vetting but allowed at once to prowl the streets!



    It was reported many many months ago that One In Eight SyrianRefugees’ Are ISIS Rape-Gang Fans! …. and  clearly no adherent of shariah law has any place in civilised society…


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    …so rather than listen to Timmy’s siren song, why not send them to Saudi Arabia…



    …where there are vast areas of empty space AND tons of money to construct housing galore!

    Oh, and don’t let’s forget Tough Tim’s other plan to reinforce Amber’s Army with more ‘lone child refugees!’


    One of Amber’s ‘children!’

    Amber’s Army Re-Groups! Will Theresa Surrender Again? 

    Like these?  

    • Ewan Nott 22:13 on May 12, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Making even undesirable aliens share the homes of metroprogs is MEAN!


    • Sherwood Forrest 18:30 on May 13, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      No, Ewan, I dont agree, they deserve each other!
      But its true that the aliens are at greater risk.
      What is worse than being bored to death?


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