Diary Blog, 1 July 2021, including Polling Day at the Batley and Spen by-election

Batley and Spen

So here we are. Polling Day at Batley and Spen.

It is worth remembering that, whatever opinion polling says, whatever the bookmakers and so the (nationwide) betting public say, whatever the pundits say, the decision rests with those who stand in the polling booths today (as well as with those who have already cast postal ballots).

My feeling, from a long distance, is still that the Conservative candidate will win. Labour supporters have been pushing out huge numbers of tweets, but one lesson of the past decade is the the Twitter twits are usually wrong about most things, especially the result of elections and referenda, andare far from being in touch with the British people as a whole.

I have already blogged about why I think that Labour will not win and why Labour deserves not to win. It has nothing to say any more, and is not really opposing the Boris-idiot “Conservative” NWO/ZOG regime at all.

As someone put it )with me adding a few words), were the “Conservatives” to reintroduce workhouses, Labour under Jewish-lobby puppet Starmer (etc) would say “we agree with the basic policy, but it should be carried out more fairly, more efficiently, as well as while bending the knee to Black Lives Matter nonsense, and also wearing a facemask”…

I saw a Novara Media piece. Interesting to see that Aaron Bastani, hardly on the same page as me ideologically, agrees with my basic diagnosis of Labour’s decline to irrelevance: https://novaramedia.com/2021/06/25/its-only-the-start-george-galloways-bid-for-batley-and-spen-could-leave-starmer-staring-into-the-abyss/

Assuming that the Conservative candidate wins the by-election (if so, largely by default), will Labour come second, or fall to third place. The pundits say that the probability is that Labour will find that second place, but I am unsure. My feeling is that Galloway might manage to beat Labor to that second position. As I have blogged, at first I thought that Galloway might only get 4%, maybe 5%, but soo realized that he was going to do better. How much better must still be uncertain. 10%? 20%?

It is not impossible that, if the Conservative candidate gets, say, 45%, and a host of minor candidates get a total of about 15%, that Labour and Galloway might each be around the 20% mark.

As I wrote yesterday, I do not care who wins Batley and Spen so long as Labour loses.

Tweets seen

Strange that some Starmer-Labour zealots think that it would make a difference to have Kim Leadbeater elected. If she is, Boris Johnson will still have a 80-seat Commons majority! If she is not elected, an 81-seat majority. Kim Leadbeater, who is in any case a pretty silly, uneducated, ignorant woman (from what I have seen of her online and on TV), can have no positive effect for the voters of Batley and Spen.

Batley and Spen would be better, objectively, either voting for Galloway, who will put the area in the spotlight, or electing the Conservative, if only because Government might listen to him, thus directing some investment or other help Batley’s way.

The experience of recent years indicates caution in accepting the betting market as a good forecaster of elections and referenda, but the odds are certainly strongly in favour of the Conservative Party. As for Labour v. Galloway, the result may be closer than the bettig odds seem to show.

Labour, as it now is, is totally toxic. Its silly but sincere leader, Corbyn, was ousted by a huge Israeli and “British” Jewish-lobby operation, one which eventually succeeded in installing Keir Starmer, a complete doormat for that lobby, and who has a Jewish wife and children who are actually being brought up as if fully-Jewish. This is the person who wants to be Prime Minister!

That operation also resulted in all the pseudo-Labour pro-Israel MPs getting promoted to the Shadow Cabinet and/or to other positions: Rachel Reeves, Lisa Nandy, Anneliese Dodds, even stupid Nia Griffith.

This is Neil Coyle: https://www.southwarknews.co.uk/news/neil-coyle-apologises-for-foul-mouthed-twitter-rant-over-rule-britannia-debate/; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Coyle#Brexit_and_Piers_Morgan.

Completely unfit for any public office. His Wikipedia entry (perhaps inexhaustive) indicates that his sole “job” before becoming a MP at age 39 was as a local councillor in South London (elected at age 32): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neil_Coyle#Early_life_and_education.

This is the sort of blot who becomes an MP for the System parties these days.

Even some Jews speak against Israeli Zionist ethnic cleansing. For the victims, there will be no memorial (such as the “holocaust” visitor attraction Keir Starmer and Labour support being built next to the Palace of Westminster).

The opinion polling just above shows how out of touch the Labour Party is.

Various factions in the Labour Party assume that Labour as a party, as a major party, will continue indefinitely. That is not how history works.

The old Liberal Party provides a British example: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK). At peak, in 1906, the Liberals had 398 MPs out of 670. That declined to 6 (out of 630) by the 1950s; despite “revivals”, the Liberals never again had more than 17 MPs (out of 650). Later the Liberal Democrats (inc. the short-lived SDP) took up the flag, but to limited success. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberal_Party_(UK)#Electoral_performance

Society moved on, and politics with it. Again, the old Soviet Communist Party (CPSU) once ruled unchallenged. Now peripheral.

As I have repeatedly blogged, there is no place for Labour as a major party. It ditched any pretence at “socialism” after 1989, kept a “social democratic” figleaf during the Blair-Brown years, tried to recapture a “socialist” edge under Corbyn (which was partly but not very successful, and was then undermined by the Jewish Zionists and their non-Jew supporters and doormats in and outside the Parliamentary Labour Party). Now, Labour has become all but irrelevant.

The result is that Labour now has no ideology, no real identity, no real nationalism or even vague patriotism, and has become a party for the “blacks and browns”, some public service employees, some academics and students perhaps. Worse yet for Labour, the Muslim near-bloc vote is now defecting because Muslims have realized that Labour is now again completely under Jewish-Zionist control and/or influence.

Labour lost Scotland quite suddenly, in 2015. The result of years of taking the voters for granted. 46 MPs in 2010 became 1 MP in 2015.

Scottish Labour (Scottish Gaelic: Pàrtaidh Làbarach na h-Alba; officially the Scottish Labour Party) is a social democratic political party in Scotland. It is an autonomous section of the UK Labour Party. From a high of holding 56 of the 129 seats at the first Scottish parliament election in 1999, the Party has declined each election until getting just 22 MSPs elected at the 2021 election. The party currently holds one[7] of 59 Scottish seats in the UK House of Commons.” [Wikipedia].

Remember that smug little idiot, Jim Murphy? Was a university student for about 12 years but left without a degree! People (msm drones) even talked of him as a possible Prime Minister of the UK at one time! Now? Just one of Tony Blair’s salaried gophers…

After the disastrous results for Scottish Labour at the 2015 general election, Murphy set up a consultancy and became an advisor to the Finnish non-profit Crisis Management Initiative (CMI), advising on “conflict resolution in central Asia”.[94][95][96]

“In November 2016, Murphy took up an employed position as an adviser to former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.[97][98]

In August 2018, Murphy paid for a full-page advert in the Jewish Telegraph in which he criticised Jeremy Corbyn for what he claimed was the party’s failure to root out anti-semitism. The article, which appeared on page three of the paper under the headline “In sorrow and anger – an apology”, accused Corbyn and his top team of being “intellectually arrogant, emotionally inept and politically maladroit”.” [Wikipedia] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy.

He paid? Did he?…Ha. I wonder. He seems to be too much of a near-fraudulent moneygrubber to lay out large amounts of his own money…[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Murphy#Expenses].

Apart from that, Murphy accused Corbyn as being “intellectually arrogant, emotionally inept and politically maladroit“! Well, leaving Corbyn’s flaws aside, look who’s talking! Ha ha! Comedy gold.

More tweets

That Natasa Pantelic, above, was the Labour candidate at the recent Chesham and Amersham by-election. She received 1.6% of the vote and came 4th.

Most of those “Labour canvassers” look like old Jews. Certainly fairly old, older than me (64), anyway… Since the departure of Corbyn, the young seem to have abandoned Labour. Without the whites, the Mulsim browns, and the young, Labour will soon be seriously struggling to remain a major party.

Jesus H. Christ! Kim Leadbeater, the “Labour” (for the past few weeks) candidate, is even thicker, and even less honest, than I had thought! Pumping out shite…Absolute shite. Common Purpose, “diversity”, multikulti shite!

Did she take any interest in the abused English girls in that part of the world? Come to think of it, did her sister, Jo Cox? I somehow doubt it.

Where can I buy a box of eggs? (only joking—TM Jo Brand…): https://ianrobertmillard.org/2019/06/16/__trashed/

If that is “corruption”, it is hardly new! After all, what was nationalized industry from, say, 1950 or 1955 up to the 1980s? Nothing more really than a long-term bribe to miners, steelworkers, railwaymen, and many others. Same goes for “subsidies” to farmers. Come to that, even the Bolsheviks in 1917 promised “land and bread”…

In fact, if the voters of Batley and Spen think that the Government will favour areas with Conservative MPs (and that is probably correct), then what incentive is there to vote for the Labour candidate, who seems both dishonest and stupid, and who herself has no long allegiance to her new party anyway? She only joined “5 minutes” ago… She cannot help the voters of that area in the slightest.

So “decent” that she was unwilling to support the teacher driven out by Islamist extremists? So “decent” that she has said nothing about the abused girls in Yorkshire? So “decent” that she says nothing against migration invasion?

Let’s imagine that a party started which had reasonable social and economic policies, including national ownership of major utilities, a vibrant private economic sector, removal of disproportionate influence (and capital) from a (((certain))) part of the population, fair laws justly enforced, freedom of expression, freedom of religion, and Britain and its people put first. That and, also, concern for the green and pleasant land. Oh, and an end to migration invasion; an ethnostate. That really would interest the British people, whether you call such a party “Labour”, “Conservative”, or social nationalism…

Normally, de mortuis nihil nisi bonum, but in this case Griffin is certainly correct. Rumsfeld was never punished on Earth…

Late afternoon music

More tweets

…and that attitude shown by would-be MP Kim Leadbeater is exactly why Labour turned a blind eye to the rape of thousands of poor white girls by Pakistani (mostly) Muslims. Jo Cox was no different, I think.

To my mind, Kim Leadbeater has nothing to offer the Batley and Spen voters. Political experience— near-zero. Educational level— low. Moral courage— low, looking at how she refused to condemn the hounding of the Batley teacher, the Zionist influence over Labour, the rape of the abused white girls etc. She also ran away from hecklers (despite having an entourage) and refused to debate with George Galloway and others at a hustings.

Well, it is near 2000 hours, so I suppose that we shall soon have a better idea of which particular one of the “dirty democratic politicians” (as Hitler put it) will be soon sworn in as MP for Batley and Spen.

Late tweets

Apart from that, “voting for change” is meaningless at a by-election which will result in the Government either having a Commons majority of 80 or a Commons majority of 81, and no general election in sight for years, probably (maybe only in 2024). That’s assuming “Labour” were capable of delivering useful change anyway (I think not).

Late music

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