Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Standing Up For May

This will not be a popular blog, if at all anyone reads it, with my fellow Conservatives, however I am going to stand up for Theresa May.

For some unknown reason, she wanted to take over the the yellow bellied, coward that is David Cameron (who apparently wants to come back to politics because he's bored!)

Theresa May has taken on a impossible task, to please anyone.

I am not happy with overall result of the Brexit deal, however I do realise she was never going to get the perfect deal.

Also trying to please the Remainers, that was never going to happen because they lost and obviously don't want to leave, as Sir Keir Starmer keeps saying "Brexit can be stopped."

No. No it can't.

Anyway, as unhappy as I am, at least she's stuck it out, unlike the other cowards within the Tory party such as Boris Johnson, and David Davis.

They had every opportunity to shape the Brexit negotiations, but instead they left the cabinet like a toddler not getting the chocolate bar they wanted, and now they have the audacity to moan about it!

Why didn't you stick with it if you're so passionate about getting us a good deal? Why did you run the very moment you didn't get what you wanted? Why don't you both grow a backbone and admit the fact that you left your positions made it worse for us?

I'll answer it for you shall I? Because it's a ploy to get rid of May, a ploy that so far has failed. I do NOT see future leaders in either Davis or Johnson, I see cowards, I see backstabbers, I see liars.

They're not that passionated about Brexit as much as they are their own positions within the government, or at least the party itself.

Pathetic! You SHOULD have stuck to your positions, and you SHOULD have worked a damn sight harder to get us a better deal, but as I said before, you stomped your feet and ran.

Theresa May, whether she's got us a good deal or not, has taken personal criticism, had NO help from her fellow colleagues, instead has had to put with children in the bodies of supposed men.


Tuesday, 17 July 2018

The Last Tsar

The last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas Romanov ii, and his family were executed 100 years ago today.

They were murdered by intoxicated, and inadequate executioners, then were further humiliated in death as the "soldiers" defiled their bodies, and crudely cut up for disposal, some where even melted in acid, whilst others were burnt.

Why were they murdered? Despite the fact they had been imprisoned since Nicholas had abdicated as Tsar, the unelected communist dictator Vladir Lenin still feared them..... Pathetic.

I often find myself wondering why anyone has given this so called "revolutionary" any time of day, let alone the hoards of people that still worship him.

Now Nicholas ii was no saint, and he wasn't clever. He was a slightly dumb autocrat who was easily swayed by his wife, Alexandra, who was clever, by tainted by the strains that their son and heir, Alexei, had hemophilia. (Hemophilia is a disease were the blood is unable to clot, therefore a small bump can cause an internal bleed that may never stop and result in death.)

Not to mention that she was on all sorts of medication for many ailments, many of the medicines contained cocaine, it's no wonder a mystic healer, such as Grigori Rasputin, was able to take such a hold over her, and the Tsar, and help bring down the monarchy.

All their judgement were clouded by the fact that their son was in constant danger of dying at any given time, and that somehow Rasputin had the power to calm their every aching son.

Whereas Lenin was consumed by the want of power. Nothing more, and nothing less.

Ironically, there wasn't that much of a revolution when Lenin came. Just like the Tsar, Lenin held all the power, but instead of being called an autocrat, he was a dictator.

Just like the Tsar, Lenin had a secret police. Before they were called the Okranah, under Lenin they were called the Cheka.

Just like the Okranah before them, the Cheka were there to rat out any dissenters, who were put just jail, just as it was under the Tsar, the only change now was who the dissenters were.

"Peace, land and bread!" The dictator cried.

Well, yes Lenin did take Russia out of WWI, however a civil war soon pursued, and things hadn't really changed.

The land he promised he owned, the peasants never got a single part of it. Just like it was with the Tsar.

Famines were widespread under Lenin's Russia. How?

Well rather like the Tsar he reaped the rewards for himself, or the land owners, and if you were a peasant caught taking more than your rationed amount, which was far less then what the Tsar had rationed for, then you were sent to prison.

So when it comes to revolution, I am not sure there really was much of one, except the face changed, and the title to whom was now in charge.

The Tsar and his family needn't have been murdered, it was the act of a coward.

The Tsar should have listened to those wishing to help, he should have modernised.

Sadly for the Tsar Nicolas, his wife Alexandra, their four daughters Olga, Titiana, Maria, and Anastasia, and their younger brother Alexie, down a basement where their executioners stood drunk in front of them, guns pointing, knowing that their lives were officially over.



Wednesday, 30 May 2018

How Low Can They Go?

How low, and vile can the Labour Party get?

Apparently extremely low, and vile. A minutes silence for Dame Tessa Jowell, who sadly passed away earlier this month, was interrupted because she worked closely with Tony Blair.

I am a Conservative, and I would have gladly stood for a minutes silence. Yes on many issues I am sure we disagreed, but I have the decency to respect her views, and respect her as a person.

Corbynista's? Nope, you don't agree with us, we will not show any respect, or any decorum for anyone.

Dame Tessa was a proud feminist, bloody good politician, and from what I have read about people who knew her, a genuinely lovely person.

When will Corbyn, and his followers such as Owen Jones, condemn those who behaved utterly digustingly?

Oh that's right, they won't! Why? Because it fits their agenda.

Yes I disagreed with Blair, Brown, and Miliband, but I had respect for them, Corbyn and co? What's to respect? I am embarrassed that this is what it has come down too.

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Utterly Shambolic

When I think of the Labour Party, I generally think economically illiterate, however good hearts.

That was until Mr Corbyn and his nasty bunch took over.

Apparently, whilst discussing the Anti-Semitic problems Labour have been having since Mr Corbyn's win back in September 2015, they left out the people who are actually facing the problem, the Jewish Labour Movement.

Not only that they allowed someone, who is currently being investigated for Anti-Semitic remarks, to not only stand in last weeks local elections, but win!

The Labour Party is NOT serious about Anti-Semitism, it's obvious Corbyn and his crew don't care that Jews are being persecuted for no good reason, if anything they sympathise with Anti-Semitic views.

Their lack of action on the matter makes this clear.

Corbyn is ruining the Labour Party, he is denying the country of a decent opposition on holding the government to account, and hasn't a backbone to deal with racism within his own party.

What a shambolic bunch of wank stains they really are!

Wednesday, 25 April 2018

What Absolute Bollocks

Labour is no longer a political party, but just a group people chatting bollocks, victimising those they disagree with, yet trying to come across as the victim themselves.

Labour are asking for Theresa May and Amber Rudd to resign, ignoring the fact that they had thirteen whole years in office where they could have done something regarding the Windrush scandal. But in true Labour style, they didn't.

It was under the last Labour government that ignored the hacking scandals, only because the people committing the hackings were their paymasters. It took a Tory led coalition government to bring an end to it. One of the funniest things about the whole scandal? John Prescott was hacked, the then deputy Prime Minister. Not exactly a great advertisement for wanting to become the new governing party is it?

It was also the Labour produced the very stupid, and very racist "immigration mug" under so called "moderate" then Labour leader Ed Milliband!

It is also Labour, a party who is lead by a man who said he would bring a "kinder, and gentler politics" to the table, currently undergoing an existential crisis of anti-Semitism. It is also the same man who said he wanted a "kinder, and gentler politics" who is doing absolutely bugger all about it.

His meeting with Jewish leaders ended up with him just excusing the bahviour. Why? Because the minimal Corbyn sympathises, and empathises with anti-Semitic views, if not agrees.

He has called the known terrorist groups Hamas and Hezbollah "friends". He has reluctantly suspended known anti-Semites from the party, only to allow them back in.

The Labour party is being headed by a man who refuses to condemn the actions of the Syrian regime, which chemically bombs it's own people for no apparent reason.
A man who thought terrorist like the IRA were worth listening too, and even stood still for a minutes silence commemorating 8 dead IRA soldiers.



A man who has now been endorsed by ex BNP leader Nick Griffin, and their only remaining councillor. In fact Corbyn is probably a man who wouldn't have backed going into World War II.

Labour are no position to be lecturing anyone on decency, morals, or racism. Perhaps if they sorted out their own shit, and got rid of Corbyn and his thugs, then and only then could they cast dispersion's on anyone else.

People in glass houses, shouldn't throw stones.


Tuesday, 17 April 2018

Syria

Whether people agree with Theresa May or not, she has shown real leadership.

People like Owen Jones, who oppose because they're stuck in the past of the Iraq invasion, are not listening to her words.

Theresa May does NOT want to overthrow Assad, she wants him to stop chemically bombing his people.

Why not talk to him then? I hear people cry, well I will answer with a question.

Is someone who, for no apparent reason, chemically bombs their own people, really the type of person to change their mind because they've been spoken to? No, he isn't.

It's not like a parent getting their own back on their kids by saying "I'm not angry, just disappointed." Assad is a brutal dictator, and will only understand brute force.

Jeremy Corbyn has proven time and time again he sympathises with extremist views, such as the IRA, Russia, Cuba, and now the Syrian regime.

He idolises people like Castro, Stalin, and Lenin, all of whom have one thing in common, they're all dictators.

Theresa May was correct to do what she did, Jeremy Corbyn is living in a ideological world, which doesn't exist.



Thursday, 29 March 2018

Tough On Racism? Pull The Other One!

Corbyn, who's recently had to leave many anti-Semitic groups on Facebook, has said Labour is tough on all racism.

I don't normally swear on here, but what a load of bollocks!

Corbyn IS an anti-Semite. He doesn't like the Jewish community, hence why he has befriended many an anti-Semite, and been vocally part of many groups on Facebook.

Today we have learnt that Christine Shawcroft, a member of Momentum and the NEC, has had to resign as the party's head of disputes over the fact she has defended anti-Semite Alan Bull, a Holocuast denier. (She's still a member of the NEC)

The fact that Corbyn and co only acted once it was leaked to the press is a worrying sign that he, if NOT agrees with anti-Semitism, he at least empathises with it.

Corbyn wants to prove he's against anti-Semitism? Then do something about it BEFORE anything gets leaked, you know who they are, get rid of them.

However, we all know he won't. Not only does Corbyn NOT have principles, he also doesn't have a backbone.

He's a coward, who has hidden from responsibility his whole life.

Prime Minister in waiting? More like Prime Jester failing.