What a huge surprise. Not.
So 7 African migrant-invaders and stowaways, who threatened the captain and crew of a vessel in British territorial waters, necessitating a full-scale Special Boat Service operation (including “hot-roping” to the deck from helicopters overhead), will “face no further action”?
In other words, they have got away with it. The criminals are now in the UK, housed at public expense, fed at public expense, and paid pocket money out of public funds. Their first action now will be to get on their mobile phones and tell their friends and family to come and leech off us here. In fact, they probably already did that.
People like tweeter “HackerNuke” are ubiquitous on UK Twitter too. People who think that a good criticism of the Daily Mail is to say, “hey, you supported Mosley in the 1930s!“, which for one thing is not fully accurate (the Daily Mail support for Mosley lasted only from 1931 to 1934: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oswald_Mosley#Fascism).
In any case, Mosley was far more right than wrong in the 1930s.
Apart from which, that was, after all, 80-90 years ago. Today, the Daily Mail is very different, and pervaded by Jewish influence (google “Ian Millard barrister Daily Mail” and you will see how they tried to pillory me in 2016).
Similarly, you see people who call Tesco or Marks & Spencer “Jewish” companies, which may have been true once, but is no longer the case, and has not been so for decades. Institutional and other very large investors are now in the driving seat; those companies are no more “Jewish”, or Jewish-influenced, than much of the present UK economic sphere.
Betty Redondo, a BBC drone. Typical. That utter me-too political fool, Keir Starmer, also jumped on to the “clap” bandwagon a couple of days ago. Just before its wheels fell off! Ha ha! It just shows, again, how totally out of touch both the msm and Westminster milieux really are.
As I said yesterday, no-one where I live was clapping or banging pots and pans, thank God. That seems to have been the case all over, in fact.
Exactly. Annemarie Plas, whoever the hell she is, has had her 15 minutes of fame, but wanted to make some kind of career out of it all, as I blogged yesterday. She saw one-trick pony, Caroline Criado-Perez, make a kind of career out of similar “activism” (book deals, an OBE, paid speaking engagements etc), and thought to emulate her. She even tried to get a Christmas bell-ringing thing going on the same basis as the horrible clapping.
For me, the most horrible aesthetics of the UK panicdemic nonsense are or were, firstly, the facemask nonsense; after that, the mass clapping nonsense.
Tweeter “@jessjanehill”…yet another msm drone…
As I have blogged before, Trump still has time in which to make prolific use of the Presidential Pardon. Assange. Snowden. Any social-national prisoners in the Federal prison system. All those who stormed the Capitol in Washington D.C. Just do it!
“Advocating“? How about “taking by force”?
Unsurprising, though infuriating. Derbyshire Police really have put the plod in policing. Look at the way in which they allowed themselves to be used by the Jewish lobby in the persecution of Alison Chabloz. That’s before you even get to their behaviour in behaving like a poundland KGB during the first “lockdown” craziness in 2020.
As to those women, they need to appeal those tickets tout de suite, while some semblance of justice still exists in the UK. They have obviously not been in breach of the law (the law, that is, not the wishes of Little Matt Hancock, or the arbitary decisions of the local police superintendent).
The Three Unwise Men?
“I’m lovin’ it!“
Now start pardoning, Trump!
Hard to believe that that is being played by Polish schoolgirls, and not by professional musicians.
More tweets seen
Conor Gogarty is the Chief Reporter for the Bristol Post. It is no longer surprising that someone in such a job can call words “dangerous“. Police State UK, 2021…
Conor Gogarty, Chief Reporter for a provincial newspaper, would much prefer the people to get their news from “trustworthy” and “accurate” outlets, such as the Press and breakfast television. Oh, no, wait…
Read that thread. Read some of the comments by the Twitterati-twits, wishing death, illness, humiliation, imprisonment on that defendant.
What had that bad criminal done? Oh, he had attended a demonstration against “lockdown”, so of course had to be dragged to a court before a “judge” (district judge, i.e. magistrate), lectured by that purse-lipped woman (who seems to think that she is a female Judge Jeffreys), then fined £1,500. All for having tried to exercise normal civil rights in the midst of a bout of public hysteria whipped up by government and the mass media.
Smug typical Twitterati-twit “@nickbates67”, patronizingly misunderstanding. Wilfully misunderstanding. The defendant was fined for having opposed the “panicdemic” measures, in effect.
Hitchens is up the creek here. There is more evidence for “Covid-19”, even in the extreme nonsense form, than there is for (non-existent) “gas chambers” in WW2!
In fact, though he was certainly not a very “nice person”, Senator Joseph McCarthy was largely correct. There was a Communist conspiracy in places such as Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s, and most of the conspirators were Jews.
What are the limits to resistance? Are there any?