Thursday, February 27, 2020

Doncha' Hate It When That Happens?


DELE ALLI claims the Kick It Out campaign is not doing enough to tackle racism in football.
The Tottenham playmaker called for “more action” from authorities to rid the sport of racist behaviour from fans.
An FA statement confirmed: 'Dele Alli has been charged with misconduct for a breach of FA Rule E3 in relation to a social media post. 'It is alleged that the Tottenham Hotspur midfielder's post breaches FA Rule E3(1) as it was insulting and/or improper and/or brought the game into disrepute. 'It is further alleged that the post constitutes an "Aggravated Breach", which is defined in FA Rule E3(2), as it included a reference, whether express or implied, to race and/or colour and/or ethnic origin and/or nationality.'
Hey, I feel a song coming on!

Lest we forget, his fellow race hustler, St Raheem of Sterling has previously been exposed as a violent thug, while dear ol' Kick It Out themselves are busy explaining that this whole 'rape' thing is just a cunning excuse for whitey to give a brutha a hard time.

Seriously, I have no idea how this keeps happening? How come people who spend their time pushing insane conspiracy theories about white people keep turning out not to be pillars of the community?

 I mean, I'd give this guy the benefit of the doubt, except you know if some white guy had done this, he'd be demanding air strikes, so you know, sauce for the goose....

Just don't hold your breath waiting for the MSM to start writing hysterical articles about What It All Means for the state of the nation. This guy is too useful a tool for them against the common enemy.

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

This May Not Be The Winning Issue The Left Thinks It Is

Looks like the left have found their latest batch of baby seals!

Will no one think of the poor senior civil servants? 

It's practically a modern day gulag:
Sir Philip is also reportedly writing to all senior members of the civil service in the department to highlight the dangers of work place stress. 

It is also claimed he told team members that they should not be expected to do 'unrealistic' work outside of contracted working hours.
Modern Britain, you guys! People on six figure salaries complaining about having to work late.

This, THIS, is the issue that will win back the North for Labour: making sure Sir Julian D'Arcy-Snootlington doesn't miss any dinner parties.

Reminder: the people the left is getting all misty-eyed about are the same ones behind the Windrush fiasco, aka the Greatest Scandal Evah!

But that was then, and this is now, and for no apparent reason whatsoever the left has decided to target the Home Secretary.

It's a mystery alright.

Britain's biggest party is not the Conservatives nor Labour, it's the Snoot Party. They don't actually stand for election but they think they should be in power anyway. Hence why we now have the lovely 'Sir Phil' who is apparently guaranteed a job for life even though he's the equivalent of an arsonist fireman.

The left isn't against elections, it just doesn't think they should have any consequences.  You can elect whoever you want, but it's Sir Phil, Sir Keir and the rest who run the country...

Say, why does that sound familiar?

No wonder these guys were so desperate to stay in. The EU has always been their idea of perfection: a eunuch parliament and an unaccountable snoot class actually running things.

They lost that round, but that's just encouraged them to fight harder to create Brussels-On-Thames.

Personally, I'm not convinced 'all the stuff you hated about the EU, but in English' is necessarily a winning slogan for Labour. 

As with most things in politics, all that the right needs to do to win is to force the left to state their worldview openly.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020


Like I keep saying, the big difference in politics is that the left wants the right silenced, while the right positively encourages the left to speak at great length about they believe.

Take today's alleged controversy:  apparently, it's super outrageous that the Government is deporting foreign criminals. 


What definition of 'controversial' are we using here? Is there anyone outside of the fever swamps of the left who doesn't think this is exactly what HMG should be doing?

Being able to control who gets to live there is pretty much a basic requirement for being able to call yourself an independent country.

More to the point though, if liberals think even convicted rapists shouldn't be deported, in what sense do they not support open borders? Who exactly would they deport - aside from conservatives ?

Equally, if deporting scumbags strikes the left - and the cuckservatives - as an outrageously extreme policy, how come they keep pretending to support border security every time there's an election on? Wouldn't they be happy to proclaim their love of open borders from the roof tops right up until polling day?

But no: the left is so confident in open borders as a winning issue politically that they keep demanding any potential critics are silenced and shouted down. They're the voice of the people, providing no actual people are allowed to speak.

Hey, maybe that's the answer: we tell them we're not deporting criminals, we're just operating a nationwide 'no platform' policy.....

Wednesday, February 05, 2020

A Man Hired To Do A Job

An important point from the Great Steyn:
If these fine fellows were genuinely interested to know how Trump got elected, the quickest way to the answer would be for them to look in the mirror: Trump is a symptom of you. No Russians or Macedonians are required: it's because of you - the permanent governing class. If the only alternative to Hillary is Jeb, it's hardly a surprise that there's a stampede to the "Neither of the Above" box. And, if the only fellow waiting over there is Donald J Trump, so be it: that's on you.
All true, and true for Britain as well. Yes, there are a lot of folks who like BoJo personally, but what gave him his landslide was the public's exasperation with the snoot class. That matters right now because - having been proven wrong about just about everything as far as electoral strategy goes - the Tory Party's Smart Set have decided to start pushing the line that, sure, supporting Brexit and a reform agenda was a great way to get the chumps to come out and vote for you, but as far as actually going ahead and trying to change anything?

It's just too risky, you guys!

Best to go along to get along, rather than risk stirring up the swamp.

The trouble with that idea is that Boris Johnson was elected specifically because the public believed we might finally have a PM who aims to represent the people and control the government and not the other way round. To the point: whatever the political risks of pushing through meaningful reform, they're dwarfed by the risk of surrendering to the swamp creatures.