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  • ross1948 22:14 on June 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Commons, Cox tribute, political point-scoring, Stephen Kinnockm Neil and Glenys Kinnock, UKIP poster   

    Kinnock Kid Taints Commons Tribute With Anti-UKIP Jibe! 


    Just switched over to BBC for a while, Westminster scenes, MPs of various parties offering their words of tribute to Jo Cox.

    I didn’t see all of them, but some of those I saw were very nice, and clearly sincere.

    Until a ghastly specimen from the Labour Party benches turned it into a partisan snarl-fest, a foul attempt to alter the atmosphere from something special to mere low-class political point-scoring. !

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    It turned out to be a certain Stephem Kinnock, whose infamous parents, both of them now elevated to the peerage, between them have coined in a small –  no, a huge – fortune as a result of each of them having been granted highly lucrative Brussels sinecures…

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    ….shamelessly marred the cross-party civilities with a nasty little yap about UKIP’s most effective poster, which I’ve shown you before, but now show you again.

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    ukip migposter

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    Some of you back in The Old Country will have seen the poster on the streets. It’s entirely unobjectionable.

    And even those who don’t like its patriotic message and do want to object, surely they ought to have shown a modicum of decorum at Westminster and left out pinko spouting today. Kinnock’s was a sickening exhibition of exploitation of what should have been a solemn  occasion. 

     

     
    • Billy King 22:53 on June 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      I saw that too, Ross, he was really out of order, Kinnock Junior.
      Not to say there weren’t others scoring their wee points, but they kept it within the bounds. Kinnock was just Over the top, and I switched off after that,
      He’d completely spoilt the day and I’ll bet not just for me..

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  • ross1948 23:36 on June 19, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , , , , UKIP poster   

    Get A Grip, Gove! We Must HIGHLIGHT Migrant Menace! 


    ..For pity’s sake, Gove, get a grip!
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    • When you are locked in what is, in truth, mortal combat- a life and death struggle for the freedom of the British people – you don’t go public with carping criticism of your allies.
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    • I myself am occasionally scolded for my lack of diplomacy…
    • heavens-to-murgatroyd-hes-using-nitrous-peroxide-1-728
    • ….but even so I have enough commitment to the cause and adequate self-discipline to grasp that basic rule of political warfare.
    • Any readers of this blog of mine can easily read my former posts excoriating Boris Johnson.
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    • boris-johnson-yawn_667484n
    • But since he joined the liberation campaign, not a dickey-bird of hostile comment have you heard from me.
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    • UNITY IS STRENGTH!
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    • So what the HELL does Michael Gove think he’s playing at, with his televised yap about this brilliant UKIP poster. 
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    • —–Nigel Farage with the poster
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    • Mr Gove said: “When I saw that poster, I shuddered. I thought it was the wrong thing to do.
    • His pal Grayling is no smarter.
    • .Pro-Leave Commons Leader Chris Grayling said: “It’s the wrong poster, it was the wrong approach, it’s the wrong view.”
    •  http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36570759

     In what possible way is it WRONG?

    It’s perfectly accurate in its presentation of the migrant menace which Mama Stasi Merkel brought down on her own country…


    raperefug


    …and then at once got her EU Commissar Comrades in Brussels to sling round the necks of all the other countries who NEVER wanted rape-refugees on their soil.

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    Last word to Nigel Farage, who said the scene depicted was “a direct result” of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to open her country’s doors to Syrian refugees, which he described as “one of the biggest political failures of modern times.”

    Nigel+Farage.

    “Something that’s true can’t be a scare.”

     
    • Pamela 08:54 on June 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      All true! Gove should attack our enemies, not his allies.

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    • Mike Normanton 23:12 on June 20, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      In general I agree with you on most things and most of all on Brexit.
      But are you not falling into the same trap you accuse Gove and Grayling?

      Gove was wrong, both about shuddering on seeing a very hard-hitting poster like Leave EU’s and for revealing his shudder on tv. Unwarranted disunity in public.

      But is not your public criticism of Gove another unwarranted show of disunity?
      Don’t get me wrong, you have been doing fantastic work for the campaign from so far away and I know a lot of people in Britain appreciate it.

      But bite your tongue just a little while longer, please.
      Restraint is not in your nature but try, for the three days till D-Day.

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