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  • ross1948 14:07 on October 25, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK referendum   

    Tory MPs To Give Voters ‘Asylum’ Veto? 

    Democracy rules?

    I see “Tory MPs…are backing an idea…

    …to allow residents of streets or villages to vote on whether to accept additional development in their close vicinity…. 


    The more power to the people, the better…



    …and any move to hinder arrogant elite diktats…



    …that impact disagreeably on the lives of citizens should be welcomed.

    But let this principle of community consent not be confined merely to ‘development…’



    ..but also to the imposition of so-called ‘asylum-seekers’ on villages, towns or city neighbourhoods that do not wish to be thus afflicted.



    Yes, it would be better still to have a NATIONAL referendum on UK withdrawal from supranational conventions that politicians use as their excuse for open-door policies.



    But that would require a PM with MUCH more back-bone than rhe current occupant of 10 Downing Street.



  • ross1948 14:30 on August 20, 2021 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Andy Burnham Mayor, , , Greater Manchester, , , UK referendum   

    Remind ‘Asylum’ Andy Of City Limits! . 

    Make all councils take Afghanistan refugees, says Andy Burnham

    Who does this leftist dweeb think he is?

    Andy Burnham2.jpg

    Manchester’s Mayor Andy Burnham

    Manchester may now call itself Greater Manchester but, however wider still and wider its boundaries may be set, there ARE city limits, beyond which Busybody Burnham’s writ doesn’t run!

    We have heard this ‘fair share’ flatulence, from the likes of the she-devil Mama Stasi Merkel.

    After traitorously ordering border security to stand down, a million primitives poured in.



    Yes, pity the German victims of crimmigrant molestation and mayhem.

    But for Merkel and her Brussels comrades then to call on more responsible governments to take their ‘fair share’ was the vilest effrontery.

    If I coat my kitchen floor with scraps of cheese and thus encourage rodents…




    …am I then entitled to call on my neighbours to take their ‘fair share’ of vermin?

    How many fake-‘refugees’ does Burnham’s city already contain?

    Are they housed in hotels? Or costly rented properties?

    Has Burnham got a majority of Mancunians’ agreement on that?

    If so, Hell mend Manchester!

    But as I have argued before, EVERY local council should be obliged NOT to accept coercive in-takes of aliens….

    ….but to CONSULT their electorates, by local referendum, on the issue.

    A simple yes/no question on the ballot paper –

    Should ‘asylum-seekers’ be housed in our community?’



    NB – the decision of the voters should not be subject to veto by local leftist council cabals

    And if EVERY city and county says ‘NO!?! ‘

    Johnson and Patel should use the suitable sites I’ve proposed in the past….

    I.o.M. Rejects Crimmigrants, But St Kilda’s Ideal!. 

    No Man's Land

    Not St.Kilda, but another of Britain’s numerous offshore and uninhabited islands


    ….. or do their own democratic duty, hold a NATIONAL referendum to take the UK out of the Council of Europe..



    …and its Sorosoid ECHR, and repudiate that so-called ‘Refugee’ Convention.

    Then end the ‘asylum’ racket once and for all.



    Fears of housing crisis as Manchester Mayor urges Government to ensure authorities take ‘fair share’ of people fleeing Taliban


    • Edward Lamont 16:23 on August 20, 2021 Permalink | Reply

      Boris Johnson and his Cabinet approved the 20000 latest entrants.
      So there should be a fair sharing of the 20000 between those Cabinet Ministers constituencies.
      Then watch their voters respond.


  • ross1948 20:11 on September 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    ‘Conservatives?’ Let’s Look At Letwin! 

    Of course another referendum might be in order – in 2050: similar to the gap between the first and second European referenda.

    I was active in the 1975 campaign, and remember the pain of losing.

    So I’m willing to be fair..

    .referndmlet peole vote

    …Remainiacs must suffer graciously, then  – like me – wait four decades for a re-match.


    clean break

    What manner of man is Oliver Letwin, a key player in the current subversion of Clean Break?

    Prodded by an articulate commenter, I was amazed to find that no less a pinko part of the media than The Guardian…


    ….published an EXCELLENT exposure of Letwin….


    ….some five years ago…

    Oliver Letwin’s career has been saved again and again by privilege. Couldn’t he share it around?

    True, the exposure back then was motivated by pinko stress, a feeling that his rat-like repudiation of the sense he’d once talked about the riotous savages during Maggie’s time in Number Ten…

    So Hacking A Cop to Death Did NOT Reflect ‘Bad Moral Attitudes?’ 

    Oliver Letwin, shadow home secretary
        Oliver Letwin apologises for ‘racist’ comments after rioting

    …was less than genuine.


    But now Letwin has been elevated to the pantheon of turn-coat heroes, would The Guardian do the same again?

    Sadly, I doubt it, and on that basis I append a couple of extracts from that Guardian piece.


    Who was one of the most influential figures responsible for the payment of grants worth £7m to the scandal-hit charity Kids Company shortly before its demise? Who overruled the advice of civil servants in so doing? The Mr Magoo of the government.

    Which honourable gentleman, Cabinet member, people’s representative and privy councillor was photographed over several days throwing parliamentary and constituency correspondence in a park bin?

    Letwin, Letwin, Letwin, Letwin…. https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/dec/30/oliver-letwin-career-privilege

    He’s pretty despicable. At one time he posed as a champion of genuine conservative thinking.

    But when push came to shove, he crawled on his belly and APOLOGISED for talking sense.

    This week he’s been talking nonsense.

    When can we expect an apology?

    • Gilbert Shaw 20:32 on September 5, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Few will disagree.
      Letwin is a bit of a toad.


    • Noreen Paterson 15:01 on September 6, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Even the Guardian gets it right now and then, even though for all the wrong reasons!


    • Nick Francis 10:56 on September 8, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      And now we have Rudd screeching about right and wrong after what she did bringing in all those illegals from Calais even though she knew very well they were no more children than she is.
      She’s a very bad person who is no patriot.
      Good riddance to her and all her kind.


  • ross1948 23:53 on March 28, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , poll Tory leader, UK referendum   

    Brits! Choose The New Tory Leader 

    Affronted by the arrogance of those uppity MPs trying to claw back defeat from the clear referendum choice of 2016, most Brits are angry.




    Many will never vote Tory again, but here’s a chance to throw a survey spanner in the works, a link to an article…


    …which includes a poll on who should take over from Theresa the Appeaser!

    Up to you!

    • Penny 03:04 on March 29, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Rees Mogg wasn’t on the list!


  • ross1948 19:48 on March 18, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , brexit stitch-up, , UK referendum   

    Britain On The ‘Stitch-Up’ Abyss! 

    It stinks of establishment stitch-up and disenfranchises the growing band of ‘no dealers’.”

    That’s a quote from one of the minority of UK MPs who has something resembling a conscience ( Gareth Snell, Labour, if you’re curious) and never a truer word was spoken, if the scheme being hatched, as seems ever more likely, offers a “People’s Vote,” not on “Remain” or “Leave…”

    referndmlet peole vote

    ….but on “Remain” or  “May’s Sell-Out!”


    If Clean Break is not included as an option on any second referendum ballot paper…

    clean break

    ….then there can be no legitimate outcome.

    And if that is the case, no Briton need feel obliged to abide by any Euroid laws.

    Civil disobedience would be in order, and if passive resistance…



    protest-front …if peaceful protest, fails to bring the ruling class to heel, then ANY alternative will be justified

     …peaceful protest, fails to bring the ruling class to heel, then ANY alternative will be justified

    In other words, if the 1980s Polish Solidarnoscz method of making the country ungovernable is unsuccessful…

    Budapest 1956

    … the 1956 Hungarian mode will come into vogue.

     passed by
  • ross1948 20:23 on January 2, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , UK expats, UK referendum   

    Let Every Brit Vote – That’s Democracy! 

    The risk of a second referendum –

    ‘Keep voting till you vote the way the political elite require!’


    ….continues to loom larger and larger.

    Two of Theresa May’s most senior allies are preparing for a second EU referendum behind her back…David Lidington — May’s deputy in all but name — held talks with Labour MPs on Thursday in an effort to build a cross-party coalition for a new vote…Gavin Barwell, the No 10 chief of staff, told a cabinet minister last week that holding a second referendum was “the only way forward…”   https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/theresa-mays-team-plots-new-eu-referendum-cl5xrwh52

    We must prepare.

    I missed a bit of important news last month, but so did most of the bigger media.

    referndmlet peole vote

    By this, I mean the issue of British people being denied the right to vote. You’d think that such a denial would be front-page news, but not so, hence I must give the far-left Guardian a rare pat on the back.


    Committee Debate: 4th sitting: House of Commons 14 November, 2018 (1) (2) |

    When the Brexit referendum was held, it was billed as an historic opportunity to let all British people make a choice between independence or continued subjugation to the EUSSR.




    But a million or more Brits living overseas got no such chance, thanks to a previous Labour Government deliberately taking their right to vote away, if they had been resident abroad for 15 years or more.

    Now a Conservative MP is pushing for reform, but Labour is resisting, although last month the bill was debated and it is going to reach its support stage next month.

    • Report stage: House of CommonsReport stage: House of Commons | 25.01.2019


    I know some people say that this reform would be detrimental to the Brexit cause, due to a number of UK expats on the Continent voting on perceived self-interest rather than patriotic principle.

    That may be, although

    A – many Brits resident in Europe are surely not that self-centred, and

    B – there are many more in distant lands around the world who would put their country first no matter where they live.



    Yet in fairness to democratic fundamentals, ALL UK citizens should have the right to determine the destiny of their nation.

    If you have not contacted your MP,  or your former MP, if you are one of those affected, then you should do so. before the Report Stage, specified above.


    • Joy Burnett 00:42 on January 3, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      You are very fair-minded, after all the quisling noise we have heard from UK citizens resident on the Continent. Many of them seem to have gone native.
      Despite their choice to side with their own country’s oppressors in Brussels, if they are British, they ought, like us expats in Asia and Australia, to be allowed the right to vote.

      Labour is quite agreeable to giving those Eire enemy aliens a vote in British referendums, so how can they justify denying genuinely British people that right just because we have lived abroad for years?
      HM Inland Revenue keeps sending us tax return forms, after all.
      No taxation without representation!


  • ross1948 15:44 on December 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'Best for Britain', new category 'Brexit-Crime, , UK referendum   

    Weary Of Fake ‘Hate-Crimes?’ Now We Have ‘Brexit-Crimes!’ Seriously! 

    Yes, the pinko creeps have invented a new category of crime, to supplement the loopy list of ‘hate-crimes’ – the fake ‘phobias’ which have replaced the rational British person’s concept of criminal offences…


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    …like those back in the day when a punch in the nose or a knife in the ribs were prosecuted for what they were, rather than what political ideology might be detected in the psyche of the perpetrator.

    The notoriously Soros-funded Europhiliac gang that ludicrously calls itself ‘Best for Britain,’ has uncovered, by wasting bags of police time and resources under ‘freedom of information’ legislation,

    …a huge number of crimes committed in the name of Brexit including two rape incidents, affray, drug trafficking and a number of arsons…




    What are these goons yammering about?

    Let’s use our imaginations!


    Drug trafficking?

    ‘Wanna buy some dope, mate? Discount if you voted Leave?’


    ‘She ordered a Continental Breakfast – let’s teach her a lesson when she leaves the diner!’

    But God knows how this next, non-imaginary, one was all about! 

    Ungenerous helpings of Brussels spouts? 

    Bedfordshire Police were even called out to a domestic dispute in 2017 that was linked to Brexit.



    Labour MP Virendra Sharma, a supporter of Best for Britain, said it suggested Brexit “unleashed a wave of crimes across the capital…”



    He said: “The divisive language used during the referendum campaigns, especially from key figures in the Leave camp, incited anger and fuelled resentment.

    Oh, OF COURSE – had to be especially from key figures in the Leave camp, didn’t it?

    Anti-Brexit campaigners are angelic sweetie-pies, always….yeah?


    Image result for angel of death

    Death of ‘1.5m oldsters’ could swing second Brexit vote…


    • Vicki 20:38 on December 27, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      That Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, who is completely unfit for the job, has now started mixing into politics again, warning us against a clean break, which is a much better way to describe what she calls a no-deal.
      I can just picture her compiling a list of ‘Brexit-Crimes.’
      She can add europhobia to her list of arrestable offences. She loves the political police role.


  • ross1948 22:42 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , UK referendum   

    WOW! Nearly 1500 New Reasons To Get Britain Out! 


    Nearly ONE AND A HALF THOUSAND new reasons to oppose subversion of the REAL people’s vote!



    1,400 top lawyers call on May to give voters Final Say on Brexit deal



    If anything should persuade normal people (i.e. NOT lawyers!) to demand that May honour the clear decision of the British people to break with the EUSSR, that should do it…

    Why is the N.I.H. (National Institute of Health) substituting rats with lawyers for lab tests? 

    Three reasons:
    1. There are more lawyers then rats.
    2. When rats die many lab techies feel bad for them.
    3. There are some things a rat will not do.Funny Jokes | Substituting 



    • Pamela 22:53 on November 5, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      Oh yes, I like that joke.
      Lawyers are destined for the lowest levels of Hell.


  • ross1948 19:48 on September 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK referendum   

    A Good Video For Brexiteer Brits! 

    ….’Leave Means Leave’ has produced this very good video that highlights how the EU has simply rejected every offer the UK Government has put before them.



    Thanks to the Freedom Association’s Andrew Allison’s regular bulletin for letting us know.
    I just watched it and it is very good, as he says.

  • ross1948 18:52 on September 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , UK referendum   

    British Resistance Fighters Get Fresh Ammo! 

    Resistance forces in the UK are fighting back against the Remainiac Project Fear.
    It astounds me the way even otherwise sensible people are heard using dumbo phrases like ‘crashing out’ or ‘going over a cliff’ when discussing a true Brexit i.e. re-establishing British freedom without the approval of thee Brussels Empire.
    As the Freedom Association’s Andrew Allison so neatly put it today, exit on WTO terms means “there isn’t a cliff-edge to fall over!”

    Anyway, for all you freedom-fighters in The Old Country, fresh supplies of ammo are now available, in the form of “‘a new initiative The Freedom Association is actively supporting.
    ‘Facts4eu.org has just launched its new ‘Brexit Battle Pack’ & Toolbox’ “and here’s the link.


    • Edward Lamont 22:47 on September 11, 2018 Permalink | Reply

      I will contact them next week.
      I haven’t commented here as much as I used to but see you are still in good fettle for the fray.
      We are trying to restart the local branch of Ukip which became moribund after the referendum.
      Too many people here thought we could take it easy.
      Little did we know.


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