Long Weekend Open Thread 24 May 2019

The Far Left Pro EU Pro Islam BBC Cannot , by law , say anything which might influence voting in any part of the EU until 2200 on Sunday 26th . So it gives us the opportunity to record breaches of the law as the BBC makes unlawful comments .

Out Election Voting papers are in the hands of a pro remain civil service . Will the results be fiddled ?

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534 Responses to Long Weekend Open Thread 24 May 2019

  1. Annunaki says:

    What chance London after they take over ? this is what they do to their own hell holes



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    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:


      For large swathes of the Middle East I tend to think of them as ‘The Rubble Countries’. Admittedly a proportion of that rubble was put there by NATO or Israel, but they have always been willing and capable of ruining their own cities and infrastructure without our intervention.


      • Annunaki says:

        Well my Chinese friend said she wanted to go to a rubbly place for a holiday, so I suggested Beirut


  5. Lucy Pevensey says:

    Painting of Muslim Men Sexually Enslaving White Women Triggers Outrage
    by Raymond Ibrahim
    PJ Media
    May 15, 2019

    “To highlight the apparent threat male Muslim migrants pose to women in Germany, a political party has triggered many on both sides of the Atlantic by using an older painting in its campaign.

    Painted in France in 1866 and titled “Slave Market,” the painting “shows a black, apparently Muslim slave trader displaying a naked young woman with much lighter skin to a group of men for examination,” probably in North Africa.”


    Whole article


    • Annunaki says:

      looks like a work from the Rotheram / Sheffield / Luton school ?


    • Old Goat says:

      I’ll have a dozen. Send them gift wrapped to my apartment.


    • vlad says:

      The establishment have been so successful in hushing up the industrial-scale grooming and rape scandal, that most Europeans probably don’t know anything about it.
      Heck, even most Brits don’t know the sheer scale of it.


      • BigBrotherCorporation says:

        That’s Jerome’s ‘Slave Market’, THE most famous painting of the Victorian Orientalists, with the ‘white slave trade’ (young, European women abducted by Arabs and sold as sex slaves) being a popular theme.



        Victorian era Europeans believed it was a very real threat. Perhaps with some truth, the Barbary Corsairs abducted pretty girls and boys from the South Coast of England for sale in the slave marts of North Africa, from the 16th Century into the 19th.


        Time for reparations…


        • Loobyloo says:

          I’ve just read ‘The Sealwoman’s Gift’ by Sally Magnusson. The scenes depicted in these paintings occur in her book which is about the plunder of Icelandic islands to take white inhabitants as slaves, by Barbary pirates, to North Africa. I was surprised that she got this published in today’s climate of ‘not offending anyone’. However, although these Muslims were clearly presented in a bad light, as the novel moves on the characters are keen to point out that not only Muslims were the perpetrators of whiteslavery…many Mediterranean towns in the south of France, Italy, were participating in it too. And some of these rich slave buyers were of course presented as benevolent. An interesting read though, and largely factually based. Enjoyed it. Book club anyone? 😁


  6. Guest Who says:

    A few out there in socmed world see James O’Brien as a savant on all things. I err more on ‘idiot’. Currently he is on a rant about politicians speaking for the nation who have a nice London lifestyle.

    Here is the guy before Lord Hall, who he was happy to work for.


    Burning through the cash mind. Still, NYT does keep Katty and Ko in ‘quotes’.


  7. Guest Who says:

    Well, she is wearing white.


    Ems doing her version of Cathy, only when she says what they are saying, they are not always there any more to point out they didn’t say it.

    This bbc Truthiness lark is getting a bit out of hand.


  8. Guest Who says:

    Well, it must be true.

    Could have used that a few days ago.


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  12. Annunaki says:


    Dia al-Azzawi is an Iraqi Muslim (b. 1939) who has supported PLO terror campaigns since 1967. About that time, Arafat convinced the PLO to assume the label “Palestinians” and worked to convince the world Jews had no rights in Israel. As an Iraqi, al-Azzawi has no dog in this fight.

    The PLO wasn’t invited into prime real estate in downtown Beirut; they just seized it, as they did much of Lebanon. They didn’t come for peace, but used it as a launch pad into Israel and the rest of the world. The PLO hijacked planes, killed hostages, ambassadors, old men on ships and young girls in schools. For this, Arafat was re-elected, given billions, invited to speak to the UN, and honored with a Nobel Peace Prize. A flurry of sad poems and songs continued to commemorate their plight, from the region’s most honored artists.

    Brigitte Gabriel: I survived the PLO

    Prompting the myth of unjust Christians and Jews, and a gentler PLO, is a central theme in al-Azzawi’s work, although he wasn’t an eyewitness in Lebanon in 1983. But Brigitte Gabriel was there the entire time. Buried alive under the rubble of her home in Southern Lebanon (1975), Brigitte lived to tell exactly what Arafat and the PLO had been doing all those years: jockeying for power, launching continuous raids on northern Israel, killing politicians and attempting to annihilate Lebanon’s Christian communities.

    Brigitte recalls a suddenly hellish childhood when PLO “refugees” sacked at least 60 Christian towns. About 850,000 fled, and uncounted numbers died – much like Syria and Iraq today. From 1974, Israeli soldiers slipped into Southern Lebanon by night, bringing relief supplies to besieged towns. They trained men to fight the well-armed Palestinians. Brigitte recounts how at 13 she dressed in her Easter dress, because she “did not want to look ugly” when she died. Christians had good reason to fear and fight.


  13. StewGreen says:

    Sky’s The Pledge found a way to get worse


    • StewGreen says:

      In their poll
      51% said we are already doing enough


    • BRISSLES says:

      Well, the last time Afua was on, she became visibly upset from comments around the table, so perhaps she’s gone back to Norway for a lengthy holiday.

      Shabi is another red wearing lefty who always has a permanent smirk when she speaks. Despite that, she does at least speak intelligently, unlike Sarpong who tries desperately to sound academic with a cut glass accent, but needs to go back to school and learn joined up thinking, instead of nodding away as though she knows what everyone else is talking about.


  14. theisland says:

    Sky report following The Brexit Party campaign (15 mins).
    Lewis seems somewhat overwhelmed.


    • BRISSLES says:

      If he gets some new teeth, I might be interested in what he’s saying.


  15. vlad says:

    Meghan will avoid having to meet Trump, in what The Sun calls ‘Meg’s Donald Duck’.

    To put it another way, Trump will avoid having to meet the increasingly insufferable Meghan.



  16. Guest Who says:

    I suspect this will be removed for exciting language. However, the facts seem frankly unsurprising but bizarre.


  17. StewGreen says:

    BBC Radio1 Live concert
    .. loads and loads of [email protected] [email protected] music
    kids going wild
    .. Then suddenly the singer starts singing Jolene
    … a proper song
    ..back to the trash now
    I think it’s Miley Cyrus


  18. Guest Who says:

    They do seem…. careless, and then move on.



  19. Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

    As nobody is about at this hour I would like to slip in a comment about the EU election results. I think it’s pity clear that Ukip will do dismally after relentless attacks by the MSM combined with the sudden rise of the Brexit ‘Party’. I’ve made my thoughts clear on this before so I won’t bang on about it now.
    I must say a heartfelt “Well Done” to Lucy and any others on this site who see the need for a strong populist party and stuck with Ukip.


  20. Annunaki says:

    Who could possibly be responsible ??? and how would it go down if they were told not to wear their viels in public ??

    The German government’s anti-Semitism commissioner has urged Jews to avoid wearing skullcaps in public.

    Felix Klein warned Jews against donning the kippa in parts of the country, following a rise in anti-Semitism.

    Mr Klein said his opinion on the matter had “changed compared with what it used to be”.

    “I cannot recommend to Jews that they wear the skullcap at all times everywhere in Germany,” he told the Funke newspaper group.

    Conductor protests in anti-Semitism row
    German fury at Holocaust memorial remark
    Berlin anti-Semitic attack caught on video

    A sharp increase was recorded last year by the German government last year in the number of anti-Semitic offences.

    Official figures showed 1,646 hate crimes against Jews were committed in 2018 – an increase of 10% on the previous year.

    Physical attacks against Jews in Germany also rose in the same period, with 62 violent incidents recorded, up from 37 in 2017.

    Speaking to the Handelsblatt newspaper, Justice Minister Katarina Barley said the increase in anti-Semitic crimes was “shameful for our country”.



    • Demon says:

      Amazing that Jews are told not to wear their Kippahs, but it is racist to recommend to Muslims not to wear face masks for their safety from attack (from far-right thugs and unicorns no doubt).


      • john in cheshire says:

        Or that a doctor in the UK can be suspended and probably sacked for asking an Invader to lift her face cloth do he could better understand what she was saying.

        Even when someone is trying to help muslims they cause much grief.


    • Englands Dreaming says:

      Yes an amazing article by the BBC’s best and brightest journos.

      I like this from the article:

      “Why is anti-Semitism on the rise?
      Jewish groups have warned that a rise in popularity of far-right groups is fostering anti-Semitism and hatred of other minorities throughout Europe.”

      They must think we are truly stupid. Of course the thing that has changed recently is Germany invited 1m+ of one religion who dont particularly like another, mmm


      • Banania says:

        How many Jews are there in Germany anyway? Not enough to be a threat to even the most seriously deranged.
        Edit: I have looked it up. There seem to be 100,000 – 150,000, depending on how the calculation is done. And how many moslems? I can’t be bothered to look.


  21. Annunaki says:

    German police are investigating an assault on two young men in Berlin, in which the attacker was filmed shouting anti-Semitic abuse.

    The men say they were harassed in the Prenzlauer Berg area on Monday while wearing Jewish skullcaps (kippahs).

    A video of the incident, which was later shared on Facebook, shows the attacker hitting the men with his belt.

    He is heard shouting “Yahudi”, an Arabic word for Jew, before being dragged away by another man.


  22. fakenewswatcher says:

    Woke up, switched on my radio (4) to hear some Christian (?) telling us that Britain was now a multicultural and multifaith society, and our schools had a task in reflecting this…(switched off).
    Do they ever, ever give it a rest?
    Seems not.


  23. fakenewswatcher says:

    Woke up, switched on my radio (4) to hear some Christian (?) telling us that Britain was now a multicultural and multifaith society, and our schools had a task in reflecting this…(switched off).
    Do they ever, ever give it a rest?
    Seems not.


    • Guest Who says:

      Again, the process intrigues.

      Did the bbc send out a squad to locate ‘a Christian’ saying suitably BBC-approved things?

      Or, did ‘a Christian’ get in touch to say they’d say it and a taxi was whisked round?


  24. Fedup2 says:

    ‘Is BBC News Broken ?’

    This is the title of a piece in the Observer today – unsigned claiming to discuss the state of the state broadcaster’s news – some might say ‘propaganda’ .
    ( who are the ‘some ‘ who ‘might say ‘?)

    Anyway it then asks five people for their view . Starts with Gina Miller , continues with a few more diverse girls and ends with a bloke from ‘ hate not hope ‘ .
    I m writing about the article but didn’t complete reading it . When I saw that Gina Miller was involved time to go make the tea.

    I’m hoping no polling centre catch fire today or are broken into but ‘ nothing was taken ‘ . ….


    • StewGreen says:

      @FedUp2 The BBC is so biased against Gina Miller that they had her on Friday/Saturday as an R4 Any Questions panellist
      along with BBC lefty Paul Mason
      (with Sherelle Jacobs, Sir Anthony Seldon.)

      BTW why in December when Tim Martin was on did they put everyone elses name in the title in big letter, but left his off ?


  25. Fedup2 says:

    Tonight – Sunday – at 2200 the biased BBC is running an election special . No Dimbleby – this time it’s the undertaker – aka Huw Evans ? . Play a game – guess the panel – I’m going Soubry Ken Clarke and Little O Jones with a separate chair for his ‘chip’- oh and some one black from Europe …


    • john in cheshire says:

      The eponymous drunk Alastair Campbell might also be available to impart his version of wisdom and insight.


  26. vlad says:

    According to al beeb, antisemitism is on the rise in Germany, which they blame on the rise of the Far-Right.

    They helpfully embed a link in the main article, showing a man, face blurred out, attacking a Jew.

    No mention of the religion of the attacker in this instance (or in general). But they let one tiny clue slip through the censorship net: “the attacker, shouts “Yahudi”, an Arabic word for Jew”.

    Oh dear, sack that editor: he or she let the truth slip in.




    • Dover Sentry says:

      Germany imports thousands and thousands of young men who are of an anti-semitic religion.

      Attacks against Jews increase.

      White Far-Right Blamed.

      It will be interesting in the EU Parliament if Tommy Robinson wins his place.


      • Oaknash says:

        I dont think there is a cats chance in hell that Tommy Robinson, even if he gets the most votes, will be elected in Manchester. Think about it, we as a country in a UK election, voted to leave the EU and still have not been allowed to go.
        Tommy has not only the Government, the establishment (including the judiciary), and the media ranged against him, he has the EU.
        If a few thousand votes go “missing” for a few minutes – who is going to report it? – the BBC, SKY, Channel 4? A word or threat in the right ear, works wonders.
        We have already seen how our supposedly “unbiased” police acted as private security and tour guides for those Pakistani thugs last week at his rally.
        Do you really think he will be allowed to win – I dont.
        I hope I am wrong, but fear I am not. Truth these days is a dangerous game.


        • theisland says:

          The Rebel (Ezra) is reporting on the results (latest stitch up) live from Manchester from 9pm.


        • vesnadog says:


          “If a few thousand votes go “missing” for a few minutes – who is going to report it?”

          Also, when I voted by post I have no idea if my vote arrived at its destination or not?

          No one acknowledges me after I post it? For all I know any slippery looking helper could be binning it?


          • Oaknash says:

            I think what we now have is the illusion of democracy only. But as long as the elite get the results they want, they will not want to delve too deeply. In some inner cities in this country, council elections were rigged for years yet there was a wall of silence from the communities concerned and just like the rape of white working class kids the media will not touch these things until they have to.


    • Banania says:

      Obviously a false-flag incident carried out by a member of the far right.


  27. fakenewswatcher says:

    Reading in the Express that May still has 2 crucial meetings to attend in Brussels.
    Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned?
    We were upset cos Gordon stayed on for days in No10 as a ‘squatter’. Now we have not days, but -potentially damaging- months to wait.
    Even till the very last, this woman manages to somehow hoodwink everybody! Maybe ‘resignation is resignation’ is in the same way ‘Brexit is Brexit’…. And all the tears to make sure nobody would now interfere in her final two months -surely such a person would be heartless? Manipulation, right to the very end? Twould be good for the nation if those two meetings were cancelled. A caretaker PM even better. Her ‘team’ needs to be disassembled. What are we, crazy or something?
    The ‘Conservative Woman’ website had an excellent article on this yesterday.


    • theisland says:


      As one reader to Conservative Woman commented “She, and her Remainer civil service and advisers, will spend the next few weeks until her real departure from No 10, plotting revenge upon the backbenchers, and the Brexit voters.”

      This whilst everyone is conveniently diverted (courtesy of the MSM) by the ‘leadership’ contest.

      RINO = Resignation In Name Only


  28. LastChanceSaloon says:

    Guardian Opinion Sat 25 May 2019 08.00 BST
    [I could not find this in the Guardian yesterday, probably published in another astral plane, inaccessible to normal people.]

    “Like many women before her, Theresa May was set up to fail
    Stefan Stern”

    “While men like Chris Grayling manage to keep their jobs, the prime minister’s failure will confirm to macho
    Westminster that women just can’t cut it”

    [The Guardian ridiculous premise for yesterday/today is – the resignation of Theresa May is partially due to her own inadequacies, but mainly due to Conservative men! NB, this may not be the only Guardian ridiculous premise today, I have not read, let alone performed a seriatim analysis of, all other current Guardian opinion articles. No comments allowed, so curiosity leads one to investigate.]

    “Theresa May was handed a difficult task and she botched it. By her own admission, she failed.
    But then there is no such thing as a good Brexit, and no one can achieve one.”

    [“botched it”? May has been a success. She has prevented a timely Brexit. She has destroyed the unity of one of the most successful political parties in European history. She promised £39 billion to the EU for SFA. Long lists could be made of similar May successes. But not one short list could be made of May successes, in tasks she was charged to perform, because she is a traitor.
    Possibly the most successful, deep penetration agent ever infiltrated into a patriotic party in the whole history, to date, of the disgusting, mass murdering, left.]

    [“there is no such thing as a good Brexit, and no one can achieve one.” This ranks, very high, in the all time Guardian list of unbelievable, unsupported, assertions. Stefan just invents this to make the low IQ, Guardian readership, salivate in anticipation of their next five minutes hate.

    Currently, zero persons, in a position to take the UK out of the EU, so have genuinely attempted to do so. 100% have tried to permanently block Brexit. Many senior persons charged with, and very well paid to, facilitate Brexit, have acted in a manner diametrically opposed to Brexit.

    Certainly leaving the EU is a complex, complicated task. Deliberately made more difficult by the Cuncators of today.
    Trump would have Brexitted in two days.
    More lying Guardybollocks Stefan.]

    “This is the classic “glass cliff” scenario.”
    “The term glass cliff was coined in 2005 by the academics Michelle Ryan and Alex Haslam of the University of Exeter.
    They found that women, and members of ethnic minority groups, are frequently offered promotions to top jobs when an organisation is struggling or facing a crisis.”

    [Stern now “demonstrates” than men are to blame.
    Ryan and Haslam have Wikipedia articles, as does the “glass cliff”.
    The glass cliff article is in Wikiproject Gender Studies, Wikiproject Discrimination, Wikiproject Feminism, not in Wikiproject Conspiracy Theories.
    There are no numbers whatsoever in the glass cliff article. “more likely”, how much more likely, we are not told.
    Stefan does not produce any statistics either, “frequently” is good enough for Guardian readers.
    The article begins “The glass cliff is the phenomenon of women ..” No doubt whatsoever, the glass cliff exists and men are to blame.
    The article also notes that :-
    “Other research has FAILED TO CONFIRM the existence of glass cliff phenomenon. A 2007 study of corporate performance preceding CEO appointments showed that women executives are no more likely to be selected for precarious leadership positions than males.[10]” (My capitalisation) Forgot to mention that Stefan?]

    “Men can fail and fail again in business and yet their careers may flourish.”
    “For female business leaders it is more often one strike and you’re out.”

    [Stern then cherry picks a few example which support the position he is trying to create. No numbers here either.]

    “Stefan Stern is co-author of Myths of Management”
    [I bet he is. Most of the links in this article are to other Guardian content.]


  29. fakenewswatcher says:

    Theresa May ‘handed’ a difficult task?
    No, she chose it with enthusiasm.


    • Not Gwent says:

      “she chose it with enthusiasm”

      Precisely. May ran into a brick wall and (eventually realised that she) had to walk away. No one made her do it.

      May confused a self chosen duty with reality. No one has a duty to stop night following day.


  30. Ed Hitter says:

    The BBC’s report about Jews being urged to avoid wearing skullcaps in public in Germany to avoid attacks is yet another example of its bias by omission.
    As with so much BBC “news”, you have to look elsewhere to find true balance and objectivity.
    The BBC pins this worrying development squarely on the rise of the far right in Germany.
    Felix Klein, Germany’s commissioner on anti Semitism, did indeed blame the far right for the large majority of anti Semitic attacks.
    But he also said something else, which the BBC chooses to ignore. Other news outlets provide the whole picture.
    Both The Guardian and TimesLive report Klein as stating that it is also apparent that some Muslims in Germany are being influenced by watching certain television channels “which transmit a dreadful image of Israel and Jews”.
    Meanwhile, The Times of Israel quotes German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. He said that hatred of Jews in Germany was “not an imported product,” but he also stated that crimes by immigrants should also be looked at “just as decisively.”
    And here is some background context. Holocaust survivor Charlotte Knobloch, head of Munich’s Jewish community, said in 2017: “The Muslim associations have for decades not only done nothing [to combat anti-Semitism], rather they have allowed anti-Semitic hate preachers from Muslim countries to bring their anti-Jewish ideology into German mosques and into the heads of young Muslims.”


    • G says:

      ““The Muslim associations have for decades not only done nothing [to combat anti-Semitism], rather they have allowed anti-Semitic hate preachers from Muslim countries to bring their anti-Jewish ideology into German mosques and into the heads of young Muslims.””
      The ‘top and bottom’ of it is, simply, the muslims cannot deviate from the narrative of the perfect one whose written word governs all of their everyday behaviour.


      • G.W.F. says:

        Manchester Jews oppose Tommy Robinson because he is opposed to Muslims

        Manchester’s Jewish Representative Council has issued a statement condemning the “openly racist” Tommy Robinson and the “tiny number” of Jews who support him…..
        …“Tommy Robinson is openly racist attacking the immigrant community and in particular Muslims”, the organisation’s statement said.

        “We are shocked, that in living memory of the Holocaust, where our people and others were butchered in the name of a racist ideology, that any Jews can support fascism and racism. We say to Tommy Robinson, and to the very few Jewish people who support him: ‘The Community do not support you, you are not welcome in our city’.”



        • TrueToo says:


          There are other Jews with opposing opinions, including the Hassidim from Manchester.

          Here Avi Yemini, one of Tommy Robinson’s strongest (Jewish) supporters debunks all this junk about him being anti-Semitic and even a Nazi with a powerful video, including info on Tommy’s visit to Israel.

          Ezra Levant, another strong supporter, is also Jewish.

          I’ve no doubt that those Jews who despise Tommy get their ‘news’ from the likes of the BBC.


          • Demon says:

            Truetoo – “I’ve no doubt that those Jews who despise Tommy get their ‘news’ from the likes of the BBC.” Yes, and no doubt they all support Labour with Germy Corbin and McDonnell, as well as Momentum.


    • TrueToo says:

      Ed Hitter,

      Good post. Trust the BBC to only print the news it likes.

      This New York Times magazine article examines the question of anti-Semitism in Germany comprehensively and objectively.

      If a BBC hack would perhaps stumble on the article, He/she might even learn something about real journalism.


  31. G says:

    “Globalists are patriots who have a worldview that is not limited to the political boundaries of one state.”
    Globalists cling to so-called, ‘Climate Change’ as in their distorted anti nationalist view, CC can only be overcome by a collective effort across borders. Hence the need for Globalism and hence the perpetuation of the concept of CC against the objective science. In that respect, the mechanics of CC is a blend of prevailing non-science (or distorted science) and Cultural Marxism which sets out to defeat logic and objectivity.


  32. Guest Who says:

    OT, but I wonder if they only take those with degrees?

    Whilst older ones care for patients.


    • Not Gwent says:

      As ever we are never short of people determined to make us all be compelled to live according to their beliefs.

      As State Broadcaster is funded through compulsion I can see why climate marxists are a promoted cause.


    • john in cheshire says:

      Well, for some, I suppose it beats working for a living.

      Of course, they forgot to mention that only the feeble-minded should apply.


  33. theisland says:

    An investigation by Middle East Eye found that many so-called spontaneous public responses to terrorist attacks are pre-planned government operations.

    Co-ordinated collusion.



    • R P McMurphy says:

      Just trying to keep the lid on in case of an adverse reaction. The riots in Bradford and Oldham scared the authorities, it really was out of hand and they know that a civil war could be ignited by an atrocity.


  34. Thoughtful says:

    Can I suggest that visitors to this site read Peter Hitchens column in the Mail on Sunday, in which he revisits what he predicted would happen with Toxic Tess’s premiership.

    He makes some really rather chilling predictions about Boris Johnson, who is really little better than she was, and the statement I have made, that the Tory party is now beyond saving regardless of who heads it up.



    • Yasser Dasmibehbi says:

      The trouble with Peter Hitchens is that he doesn’t seem to get behind anything but is cynical about just about everything and everybody.
      He may be spot on in this case and others but in my experience Eeyore/Benjamin types don’t get listened to because people have given up listening because they induce depression and sap the will to live after a while.

      But I am curious to know why Amber Rudd is now backing Boris.
      It is a worry.


      • Beltane says:

        Amber is backing Boris in a last ditch attempt to get a bit of rumpy-pumpy on the taxi ride home – before her looks fade.


      • Beltane says:

        Peter’s problem was always living in Christopher’s shadow, without a sense of humour to ease the pain.


    • Oaknash says:

      I agree with what Hitchens says. As for Boris, he was never a true leaver. He sat on the fence until the very last moment then jumped the way he thought he could gain most politically. He is also very shaky on migration. The press like him because he is “fun” and is always a good story, but I am afraid we actually need a leader with vision and real gravitas rather than a leader (who just like Theresa) wants to lead for its own sake and there are very few of those left in the Tory party.
      It is also interesting that Daughter of Theresa – “Hate Crimes Rudd” is now talking about a political tie up with Boris, and Hammond is also making noises about supporting him. Whilst I suppose that these stories could well have been put about by the Parliamentary party just to stop Boris, I think they do have the ring of truth. Why would you tie up with these two treacherous muppets?
      In todays telegraph we also have Mrs Quislings lapdog Gove crawling out of the woodwork declaring himself as some sort of unity candidate. Whose unity, the Tories or the country? – I think we all know the answer to that. Why do we need “unity” remain lost the referendum, or is “unity” now another word for BRINO? There used to be a time in this country that when you lost a vote – the other side won- but hey! these are strange days!
      Even forgetting that the parliamentary arithmetic is against leaving (as the elite rise against the masses – thank you Mark Stein) To be perfectly honest, this all shows in my book why the Tories still dont get it and can never be trusted again.
      The only winners in all of this will be the EU and the BBC political correspondents. All that will happen is that they will be polishing a whole new set of turds, and I include in this the careers of Katya Adler and Laura Kuensborg.
      The only way, we will ever achieve Brexit is to dump these mainstream parties and look elsewhere. Fortunately now, we dont have to look to far.


  35. john in cheshire says:

    I’ve tried to think of something more alliterative but this is all I’ve come up with:
    Buffoon Boris brings bad Brexit

    Or : AoBB – anyone but Boris


    • G.W.F. says:

      Real name, Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.

      Not Yaxley Lennon


    • Rich says:


      I really don’t know where the media get the impression that anyone outside their bubble considers Boris to be anything but a buffoon.

      Then again, they don’t give a toss about any opinions other than those they’ve all agreed on anyway.

      As I Am Kloot sing in ‘Fingerprints’, the whole shower of them at the minute are simply “people whose ideas are just what other people say”.


  36. Dover Sentry says:

    Following tonight’s EU election results, the end as we know it of the Conservatives, Labour and the BBC may be in sight.

    Shuffling Captains on the Tory-Titanic post berg-intrusion, may become an academic exercise 🙂

    I hope…..


  37. tarien says:

    T May is certainly now out of the running for EU employee of the month, Nevertheless, the worrying thing is that because of the convoluted nature of the Leadership election she could still be running the government for anything from two to six weeks until her replacement is elected.
    She could do a lot of damage in that time, being the sort of person she is. What the country really needs is an impartial caretaker leader with only a limited mandate until the new leader is in place.


  38. G says:

    “Genocide of Christians Reaches “Alarming Stage””
    All out of the UK – for the moment. A touch of, ‘out-of-sight-out-of-mind’ I believe. Thats only because the muslims have not yet reached critical mass in the UK. I will not be around when that point is reached and the lambs in the UK will willingly sail obliviously to that point without having reacted violently to resist on the way. Snowflakes, don’t we love em’


  39. theisland says:

    The bBC have issued the following decree


    • G says:

      Nice to see that the LibDem group resurgence based on Remain and abandoning the Referendum result is well under way ………


  40. Thoughtful says:

    Interesting that the BBC are now talking about traitor Tories forcing a vote of no confidence in the government if Boris wins the leadership.

    This party is a lost cause, with ego maniacs isolated in their own bubbles determined to have it their way or nothing at all.

    Of course a sane and reasonable party would de-select every one of them and replace them with better candidates who are conservative in their outlook, and able to work as a team.

    This is the party whose selectors managed to miss out on Tony BLiar and Nigel Farage, can you imagine the power of the Tories if they had somehow managed to push these two.
    Of course it seems that having gone to the right school, or having the right skin colour is now more important to them.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I suppose too it depends what lodge the bullingdon club people belong to . … I bet if tess has been a member they’d have shaved her with a shake


  41. Guest Who says:

    How come the BBC have not assigned her an embedded team like they did Lily?

    I wonder who took the picture.

    My two are just back from Uni and are in the study unifying China several centuries ago using an entire server farm.