I am starting my election blog again, because the thread on the original one is now long, making it inconvenient for readers.
The previous post(s) can be read here below:
The wheels may be starting to come off the “Conservative” machine:
The latest YouGov poll:
That would still give the Conservative Party a Commons majority of over 80. The next YouGov (or other) poll, tomorrow or the following day, will be more interesting.
Analysis of the increasing volatility in UK elections:
The big news this evening is the departure of Tom Watson [Lab, West Bromwich East 2001-2019], Deputy Leader of Labour. Watson was totally in the pocket of the Jewish lobby, and to leave Labour and Parliament at short notice now, just as Labour is fighting to survive, was surely his last and most desperate act of sabotage. I speak as someone who does not support any of the System parties. In that sense, I am objective.
Watson’s Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tom_Watson_(Labour_politician)
Surprisingly sharp comment from Andrew Neil:
Here’s one from a Labour activist and retired chief fire brigade officer, actually not a bad old stick, even though, not really alive to the Jewish Question, he eventually blocked me on Twitter (before the Jews had me expelled), calling me “a dreadful fascist”! Ha ha!
Typically perceptive comment from Blair’s former spinmeister:
Yet from a political journalist, this:
and from faux-proletarian scribbler Dan Hodges, this:
and this, from a now-notorious Zionist actress:
and, from “Guido Fawkes”, possibly the bottom line:
What about that last point? It might be what Tom Watson thinks will be the result of this election and, if so, logic at present would seem to support that view, but “a week is a long time [etc]” and there remain just over 5 weeks before Polling Day. The field of battle is still there and the parties still contend. Anything is still possible.
This tweet has it about right! Made me laugh…
On 10 May 2009 it was revealed that since being re-elected to parliament in 2005, Watson had claimed the maximum £4,800 allowance for food in a single year. From 2005 to 2009, Watson and Iain Wright claimed over £100,000 on a central London flat they shared. Watson responded that a “pizza wheel” that appeared on a Marks & Spencer receipt he had submitted was given as a free gift after he spent £150 at the store.” [Wikipedia]
Tom Watson, a man who was entirely happy, despite receiving a salary about 4x the national average and other income streams, to claim on his MP expenses an extra £100 a week for food! Among other claims.
Tom Watson is or was just a typical Labour machine politician, who has never done a real job (oh, wait, he worked as an office bod in an ad agency for a couple of months once) and now stabs his party in the back while pretending to be going to work for its victory! 10/10 for hypocrisy!
Stuff yourself with a family-size pizza and choke on it! (would be my reaction were I a Labour supporter, which I am not; but he has my full permission to choke in any case).
Update, 7 November 2019
Ian Austin, the former “Labour” MP, who is and always has been a total doormat for the Jew-Zionist/Israel lobby, has now thrown away his fake semi-“socialist” camouflage and told TV viewers on Sky, BBC, ITV etc that they should all vote Conservative at the General Election. Not even “vote anywhere but Labour”, but “vote Conservative” specifically. Austin, who was one of the worst expenses cheats of the 2005-2010 Parliament, and who was lucky not to be prosecuted for outright fraud, has now completely unmasked himself as an agent of the organized Jew-Zionist lobby. Boris-Idiot’s Cabinet is packed with Israeli agents and mouthpieces. Austin now supports the worst parts of the Conservative Party.
The Labour supporters don’t like it:
And now look! The double came up! Expenses cheat fraudster and turncoat Ian Austin holds an anti-Labour press conference with sex pest mental case and turncoat John Woodcock.
They both now have well-paid Government jobs to which Conservative prime ministers appointed them: Austin is a trade envoy to Israel, while Woodcock is going to be an “adviser” on “extremism”, in which position this sex pest and depressive case will spy on British people of social-national views and try to repress them and stamp on their free speech, no doubt while conspiring with the Jewish lobby. Evil little bastard.
On a similar theme, below, the Executive Director of the Israel-lobby “Henry Jackson Society” smirks at Chris Williamson for losing Labour candidature, while implying that all MPs who want to stay MPs must kow-tow to Israel and the Jewish lobby:
Mendoza is a half-Jew and is married to a Jewish woman who is the Head of Policy and Research at the Jewish Leadership Council: https://www.jewishtelegraph.com/prof_369.html
Meanwhile, some of Boris-Idiot’s lies are proving too much even for pro-Conservative commentators. Here, below, Iain Dale:
John McDonnell, who, like Corbyn, has unwisely paid lip-service to Jew-Zionist “holocaust” fantasy etc in the recent past, seems to be slightly waking up. As I have blogged previously, “they” demand this or that. If the non-Jew or organization gives in and complies with the demand, “they” then say “it is not enough” and/or “it is far too late”. Further demands then follow.
“Give (((them))) an inch and (((they))) take a mile”. Always.
Labour has 5 weeks to go before it either does OK in the General Election (meaning that it comes either first or second, and overall does not lose seats), or is badly damaged (and possibly all but wiped out).
I personally do not support any System party. I am glad that many Labour Party members and supporters are waking up to the menace of Zionist control, ownership and influence in the UK, but their party is sending mixed messages by constantly trying to placate the well-organized and well-funded Jewish and/or Zionist lobby (eg by sacking Chris Williamson, eg by paying lip-service to the “holocaust” fake history etc).
There are too many people at or near the top in Labour who, like Corbyn himself, are ideologically stuck somewhere amid the Tolpuddle Martyrs, Lenin, and the (mainly-fake) diary of Anne Frank.
In North Cornwall, where I once myself lived, it seems that one of my blog’s “Deadhead MPs”, Scott Mann [Con, North Cornwall] is facing a challenge both to his seat and his “deadhead” status from a stupid-seeming LibDem:
My March 2019 blog post about “deadhead” Mann: https://ianrmillard.wordpress.com/2019/03/14/deadhead-mps-an-occasional-series-the-scott-mann-story/
Poor voters of North Cornwall! Looks as though they will be stuck with an idiot for an MP whoever wins.
The Jewish-Zionist lobby has really gone into overdrive today:
- Orchestrated and concerted resignations of “Labour” MPs loyal not to the UK and its people but to Israel and (((the Lobby))) as well as their own self-interest;
- Front page of the Jewish Chronicle echoed by all msm “newspapers” (propaganda outlets), from the Sun to the Daily Telegraph and the Times. Every single one pushing the “Labour anti-Semitism” stuff; when will the British people wake up?
- TV news, eg Sky, doing the same, while (on Sky) the (Jewish, of course) Political Editor covers the story in the way “expected”;
- Twitter alive with Jews all tweeting in the same way.
“and they call it Democracy”…
In the constituency of High Peak, Derbyshire, there is at least one stout fellow, and it is not “Conservative” candidate Robert Largan!
and it seems that not all pro-Conservative Party scribblers like Tom Watson:
“The truth is [that Tom Watson is] one of the most malevolent, malignant individuals ever to soil British politics, a self-serving, self-pitying, self-righteous enemy of free speech and persecutor of innocent men and their families.”
“...incredibly, you won’t be told any of this in the glowing tributes to Watson on the BBC and elsewhere.
They are all prepared to overlook, or forget altogether, his past transgressions. As far as they are concerned, he is the greatest Prime Minister We Never Had.
Sorry, but I’m not buying any of it. Public life is well rid of the Nonce Finder General.
I’m sticking with my verdict that Watson — to adapt the outrageous smear he directed at Leon Brittan — is as close to evil as any politician can get.
Or, as a headline on this column put it last year: ‘A muck-slinging zealot utterly unfit for high office.’” [Richard Littlejohn, Daily Mail]
Update, 8 November 2019
So November 7th went past without any reference made on UK TV, radio or in the Press (that I saw anyway) to the October Revolution of 1917 (Bolshevik coup d’etat). The times, they have a’changed. However, I see that, like Corbyn and his cohorts, Putin’s Russia is still in a mental time warp (in Russia’s case 1941-45, whereas Corbyn is more 1936… you know, “No Pasaran!”, Cable Street, the Comintern, the Front Populaire etc. For God’s sake, someone tell him and McDonnell that we are now in 2019!):
The 1953 parade:
Returning to the General Election, various Lab and Con candidates have “had” to step down for various contrived defaults such as saying that Jews are shylocks or that Israel manifests the more negative traits of the Third Reich.
What struck me most yesterday was the expression on the faces of John Woodcock and Ian Austin as they stood in front of an anti-Labour, anti-Corbyn banner (apparently paid for by an organization I had never seen, called “Mainstream”, presumably funded by Jewish interests). The expression of the faces of the two ex-MPs (the same expression on both) patently said “we know that we are traitors or at best turncoats”…
Another aspect of the campaign— blatant msm bias
- Yesterday’s UK political news (in part): Labour and Conservative both make big spending pledges;
- Today’s UK newspaper headlines: “Corbyn’s Spending Spree”…
I think that the Soviet newspapers were more honest: at least most people with any sense knew that they were printing biased articles and reports (or straight lies…). Some people still believe the msm in the UK. 90% “fake news”.
The latest news seems to indicate that support for both main System parties is dropping, but that, while support for the Conservative Party is dropping slightly, and while at the same time Brexit Party is eating into the potential Con vote, Labour support is just collapsing across the country.
This accords with my view, often blogged, that the voters, meaning especially the white English and Welsh voters, have nowhere to go except to a largely pointless Brexit Party vote. There is no social-national party even to the level of the pre-2010 BNP (in ideology or support). Many want a party which emphasises community and identity, citizenship, race and culture. They do not want multikulti madness (Labour) or Jew-Zionist run or influenced finance-capitalist exploitation (Conservative Party). The LibDems sit uneasily between the two. Brexit Party is a more “British” and anti-EU “Conservative Party”, basically. Scarcely national and certainly not social-national.
My feeling at the moment is that Labour is going to do badly in terms of absolute votes and that the Conservative Party will not do well, but that Labour may be saved by the existence of Brexit Party (taking otherwise-“Conservative” votes) and that the Conservatives will lose seats to the LibDems by reason of the Remain vote (especially now that Jo Swinson is leader, her policy views in most areas being close to Conservative ones anyway).
My prediction, with 5 weeks minus a day to go? For once, I am uncertain. Either another hung Parliament or a Conservative majority in double figures. Labour has little chance of a Commons majority unless many many more people turn out to vote than usual and especially many more young people.
There is a chance still, though, that through the unpredictable nature of the FPTP voting system, the way in which boundaries are drawn and the fact that only about 100 constituencies really count, that Labour could end up with enough MPs (even if Labour were not the largest party in the Commons) to be able to cobble together a loose coalition of Labour, SNP, Plaid, Green etc. An outside chance but not completely impossible.
Jo Swinson has said that the LibDems would never join with Labour under Corbyn (because the Jews would not like that) but the LibDem word is about as reliable as the Boris Johnson word. Meaning that the LibDems in fact might join with Labour if offered both proportional representation (which surely must come to the UK sooner or later) and seats in Cabinet. They like those red boxes.
Returning to the constituency of High Peak (Derbyshire), “Conservative” candidate Robert Largan, whose campaign is not going well, is “making reports” about those local voters who make remarks to him that he dislikes (after he has disturbed them by knocking at the door and questioning them)! See:
If I lived in High Peak, I would never vote for a little sneak like Largan. He should go home to Fulham and resume counting beans for Marks and Spencer.
According to the Sun “newspaper”, Boris-Idiot beats Corbyn on “likeability” but not on “authenticity, honesty and being ‘in touch'”, which is good for Corbyn or at least better than before.
Less good for Corbyn, one of his useless and thick-as-two-short-planks black MPs and shadow ministers, Marsha de Cordova [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsha_de_Cordova], claimed £17 for an Armistice Day wreath…
The poll cited says that the Cons are ahead of Labour by 14 points.
Update, 9 November 2019
Britain 2019: babies without food and other supplies at Christmas. The System parties did this, particularly the Conservative Party (enabled by the Liberal Democrats including Jo Swinson from 2010-2015). Are you going to vote for these evil manipulators, now under the banner of Boris-Idiot? Is Britain going to vote Con? Good grief.
Not strictly to do with the upcoming election, but I found a couple of interesting tweets by ex-BNP leader, Nick Griffin:
Update, 10 November 2019
Interesting film by the Guardian, focussing on Stoke-on-Trent:
Not too tendentious, though one part of the film showed the presenter going to a pottery factory in Stoke, about 3-4 years ago. By 2019, the factory had closed, and the lady shown in or about 2016 expertly helping to make the product sacked or made redundant after about 43 years…The presenter comments, outside the now permanently closed factory gates, that “it did not shut down because of Brexit…well… it partly did” (or similar words). In fact, Brexit had nothing to do with it. How could it? Even now, in 2019, Brexit has not happened, and the factory shown closed months or years ago. Typical msm spin.
The Guardian also spent time with Ruth Smeeth, the Jewish MP (Stoke-on-Trent has three MPs), who has spent much of her time in Parliament since 2015 (having previously worked for BICOM, the Israeli government propaganda outfit in the UK) complaining about “anti-Semitism” in the UK and trying to undermine her own party leader, Corbyn. Ruth Smeeth also worked for the Jewish Community Security Trust [CST], which is involved with, inter alia, snooping on British people in the Jewish interest.
Prior to the 2015 General Election, Ruth Smeeth was exposed by Wikileaks as being a “confidential contact” of the US Embassy in London, whose identity should be “strictly protected”. In short, she’s a spy. Or was, anyway. I have no idea whether she is now officially “on the books of” MOSSAD or CIA etc (probably not), but she is an alien agent of influence, at the very least. Labour’s problem is individuals such as Ruth Smeeth, at least in part.
In fact, it occurs to me that one of the positive aspects of Labour crashing in flames on 12 December 2019 would be that quite a number of Zionist and pro-Zionist MPs such as Ruth Smeeth would probably be chucked in the bin, and then replaced by candidates of a different type, though to imagine Labour losing in Stoke on Trent North is rather a stretch, unfortunately. [Update, 29 November 2020: Never say never! In fact, Ruth Smeeth did lose to the Conservative candidate at the General Election of 2019, the first time that Labour had failed to win or retain the Stoke-on-Trent North seat since its establishment in 1950: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stoke-on-Trent_North_(UK_Parliament_constituency)].
In Stoke on Trent, the Labour vote declined from 65% in 1997 to 39% in 2015 when Ruth Smeeth was elected (though it rebounded to 50% in 2017, with the Conservatives 5 points behind:
The Guardian film-makers tried to find some positives in Stoke-on-Trent, but with difficulty. They did visit one factory making precision engineering products and employing young people (young men mainly, I think), and that is indeed the kind of activity that Britain needs; but that is one factory (no number of employees was given but probably dozens or —maybe– low hundreds rather rather than thousands), in a strung-out “city” (originally six towns) with a population of over 262,000.
Meanwhile, the LibDems and other parties are vying for the marginal swing seat young mother vote, in the case of the LibDems by offering voters 35 hours per week of free childcare. Superficially “socially responsible”, but how much better it would be if young mothers were just given money so that they do not have to work or work full-time. Basic Income, now adopted by Labour, might be part of that (or the whole of it).
I was interested to see, in the TV news report on the LibDem proposal, that at least one young mother, out of a few interviewed, agreed with my point of view: young children are better with their mothers than in State or private play centres or the like.
We hear much about “draining the swamp”. Westminster was once literally a swamp, and now is one metaphorically. Look at them! Including, to mention just a few, Vaz (drugs, “rent boys” etc), Gove (drugs), Boris-Idiot (drugs and the rest…), Charlie Elphicke (up for trial on multiple sex charges soon, stepped down but his wife is now standing!), John Woodcock (sex pest, mental case) etc. There are so many degenerates, drug abusers, thieves, fraudsters and other trash in the Commons now that it comes as a surprise when an MP is not in some way rotten. The LibDems, in 2006, even very nearly elected as their leader a coprophiliac (liked to be shat on), namely Mark Oaten, now the head of a pro-fur public relations outfit. He supported the idea of Jo Swinson taking over the LibDem leadership as long ago as 2013, by the way. Nice supporters she has.
Update, 11 November 2019
Luciana Berger, the notorious Jew-Zionist ex-Labour MP, who joined the doomed “Change UK” joke party (led now, under another new name, by “Hic-Gurgle” Anna Soubry, the “MP for Plymouth and Angostura” [Broxtowe, in fact]), is now LibDem candidate for the heavily-Jewish Finchley and Golders Green seat. Hard to see her winning there despite the Jew vote. The Conservative, Mike Freer, is a complete doormat for Israel as well as being a complete deadhead who will probably eventually feature in my blog under “Deadhead MPs, An Occasional Series“:
It can be seen from the electoral history below that any LibDem candidate in Finchley and Golders Green has an uphill struggle; even in 2010, pretty much peak LibDem, the party’s candidate only received 17% of the votes (and came third):
Having said that, in early betting, Luciana Berger is at shorter odds than Mike Freer, for what that is worth.
The more important news today is that Nigel Farage has let down those poor saps who thought that Brexit Party would be a real anti-System challenger. He has decided not to fight 317 seats for fear of weakening the Conservatives!
There are 298 official Con seats plus others held by MPs who recently had the whip withdrawn.
and Isabel Oakeshott lauds her wealthy boyfriend who is now Chairman of the Brexit Party [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Tice]
Well, when I first heard of Tice (at the time of the 2019 EU elections), the Brexit Party was polling at about 20% for Westminster elections. Now? As low as 6%.
Brexit Party’s near collapse is not the fault of Tice, but Brexit Party will now pretty much disappear. Like UKIP, it was a manipulation (at the top level, not for the poor saps who donated, joined, voted) with the idea of preventing a real social-national party from emerging.
This news is important. The Conservatives will now not lose seats to Labour or LibDems by reason of losing votes to Brexit Party. They may now gain seats from Labour in the North.
I have blogged about how Nigel Farage, despite his amazing ability to attract crowds and speak to them, is not very competent as a politician. UKIP failed to get one non-defector MP in its (so far) 27 years of existence. Brexit Party has likewise failed to get one MP (yes, MEPs…they are just noisy wastes of space, painted ships on the painted ocean of the fake EU “Parliament”).
Brexit Party, like UKIP, does not come across as hugely well-organized, but more importantly, Farage has made a stunningly bad decision: he has given up his one leverage over the Conservatives, his one weapon, in return for some words of comfort from Boris-Idiot, the biggest liar in Parliament since “Robert Maxwell”. In what world of Farage’s imagination is Boris Johnson someone whose word can be trusted?
It just proves the old saying that con-men are easily conned (something I have observed over the years).
The Conservatives are (as far as I can see in the msm so far) not standing down any candidates. So Brexit Party stands down 317 candidates, but the Conservative Party stands down…0. Mad. Unless you look at Farage, Tice etc and see them for what they are— Conservatives with Union Jack tea-towels.
This must surely be the point at which Brexit Party is flushed away. It is no good now even as a protest vote.
Comment about Corbyn’s policies, rarely seen objectively in the msm, busy batting for Boris-Idiot:
My view on today’s main GE 2019 news:
The Brexit Party surrender will quite possibly save dozens of unsafe 2017 Conservative Party seats, but conversely will mean that the Conservatives will have even less chance of success in those (Labour and LibDem) seats where Brexit Party is still intending to stand candidates. There no doubt are seats, in the North especially, where the Conservatives might have got over the line and taken the laurels from Labour had Brexit Party not stood candidates, but now will not, either because Brexit Party will take votes, or because the Labour vote might still stand firm or increase under pressure.