Batley and Spen by-election
I am updating on a more or less daily basis my blog post about the upcoming 1 July 2021 by-election at Batley and Spen: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2021/06/04/the-batley-and-spen-by-election-2021/.
Tweets seen today
Labour is fading. This is one of the worst governments ever in the UK, led by some of the worst people, yet Labour is flailing and failing. Reason? It has no identity now, no real principles (except those most English people oppose, such as “anti-racism” hysteria), and no vision. Oh, and no real leadership (Keir Starmer is just a Jewish-lobby puppet).
As for opinion polls, they are inherently unreliable because they always add up to between 85% and 100%, as in the poll featured in the tweet above (93%), the remainder presmably being “Don’t Know”, yet in actual elections the turnout is rarely above 80%, typically only around 70%, and sometimes (especially in by-elections) far below that. The rigged 2016 by-election in Batley and Spen had a turnout of only 25%.
Not that that means that, in 2016, the other, non-voting, 75% at Batley and Spen supported the dissident who assassinated the previous MP, Jo Cox, but it may be that those non-voters did not support either Labour or any of the small parties that did stand. Tracy Brabin was voted in by 85% of those who did vote, but that means only by about 21% of the entire eligible electorate.
Voters, particularly though not exclusively white English voters, at present have no party for which to wholeheartedly vote. I accept that elections are a no-win situation for social nationalists now, in the urban areas where white people struggle to be a majority. All the same, if a tightly-controlled party could get a solid 10% or even 5% of the popular vote, a number of avenues might open.
The sort of “nationalist” candidates seen at Batley and Spen, however, are just a kind of not very interesting political bad joke.
Poor stupid old guy…no doubt well-meaning, but that is hardly enough…
I wonder whether the families of the thousands of “groomed” (abused) girls agree with him? I doubt it. The same might be said of the schoolteacher recently driven from his home and position by Islamist fanatics.
As to Owen Jones, the faux-radical scribbler, here is my assessment of him from a couple of years ago: https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/01/04/a-brief-word-about-owen-jones/
News items seen
More tweets seen
That “Dr. Julia” pontificates about Coronavirus etc, but apparently neither virology nor epidemiology are her specialist fields. She tweets about how she makes her small children wear facemasks even outdoors. She’s a bit of a crank, in other words.
In any case, never trust a “political doctor”: David Owen, Hastings Banda, Papa Doc Duvalier, Liam Fox, that ghastly woman who was the MP for Totnes for a while (etc)…
I have blogged about Jew-Zionist pest and Twitter/Internet troll Ben Gidley in the past (see, eg, my blog post of yesterday’s date). @bengidley is or was not only @bobfrombrockley but also @inthesoupagain (“suspended”, i.e. expelled) and @antinazisunited (frozen; last tweet was in 2019).
Why Gidley uses the photo of Johnny Cash, God knows. There is no physical resemblance.
It is, I believe, against the rules laid down by Twitter to have multiple and/or trolling accounts in that way, but he has been doing that for at least 9 years if not longer.