Let us hope so, though now that government has arrogated to itself the power to enforce facemask-wearing, the “requirement” can be re-imposed almost at will in the future.
If I recall aright, when I had a Twitter account (before a pack of Jews had me expelled in 2018), that idiotic and unpleasant woman blocked me too. after tweeting rudely and wrongly about me.
Exactly. Anna Soubry, once MP for some boring Midlands constituency (should have been “Plymouth and Angostura”!), is a hugely irritating, once hugely overrated nuisance, who is so pickled that she has little chance of being infected.
As to tweeter @SaraThornton1, whoever she is, the clue to her psychology is in that line “he knows I’m upset but couldn’t care less“, meaning “I am a social Stasi operative; I get angry and frustrated when someone does not obey my demand that he complies with what I want him to do…“
In any case, it is now known (from a large-scale study in 2020) that someone would have to travel 11,000 times on railway journeys to be likely to contract the dreaded virus. Any risk (of contracting something (something which is harmless anyway to the vast majority) is minimal.
What strikes me is the politeness, not of tweeter @SaraThornton1 (who strikes me as the sort of rude presumptuous bitch who, in the First World War, would approach young men not in uniform and insult them while giving them white feathers), but of the train passenger that she harassed. Pity that she did not get a sharper and more direct rebuttal.
Regular readers will know that I regard the Labour Party as now having no real purpose, function, identity, or belief. A niche party for the blacks and browns (though the Muslims are now following the white English in jumping ship), and for some public service workers, Twitter twits etc. The marginal victory of Labour at the Batley and Spen by-election (procured by shameless dishonesty and —possibly—interference with the ballot papers), changes nothing. Labour is still doomed.
As those regular readers of my blog will also know, I have little time for the misnamed “Conservatives” either, but it occurs to me that if Boris-idiot were inclined to gamble on a general election now or soon, between now and mid-September would be a very good time to hold one. Labour would probably lose half its MPs.
The “optional” there, though, refers (I think) to the notice, not to the mask itself, so the tweeter is or may be mistaken to that extent.
When I saw the government scientist, Chris Whitty, accosted recently by protesters, I was uneasy, but now that I see that the bastard is still pushing the facemask nonsense, alongside the extreme-Communist woman, Michie, any sympathy that I might have felt has been…muted. Very muted. Bin these idiots. Their interference in Britain’s society and economy will probably never be totally remedied.
The USA, as presently constituted, is not working for most of its citizens.
A rather odd woman, who worked as an NHS doctor for only a few years, and who makes her pre-school-age children wear facemasks even when going for open-air walks. Cruel, in my opinion.
The noise around the recent Batley and Spen by-election has continued, with the msm doing its best to pretend that there is still a functioning two/three-party “democracy” now that “Labour is back”.
Fakery. Labour is not back. Kim Leadbeater, the monkey-on-a-stick “Labour” candidate, won the by-election mainly for local reasons and because most white English voters (white people being 75% to 80% of the electorate), did not vote.
Turnout was below 50%. Most of the Pakistani and other ethnic minority voters at Batley voted (based on previous evidence). That means that well under half the white English voters did not vote. Reason? Probably because there was no party with any credibility that spoke to them.
It seems that the Muslim vote was split between Galloway and its traditional home, Labour, with most going to Galloway. The white English vote was split mainly between Conservative and Labour.
The decision might easily have gone the other way. It did not, mainly, because the Conservatives did not want to mount a real attack, direct attack, on Kim Leadbeater. They should have done. She deserved it. She was a entirely fake or puppet candidate, who was only there because Labour broke its own rules to adopt her. Her links to various (and to my mind) subversive communitarian groups should have been exposed. Her evasion re. the persecuted Batley schoolteacher should have been attacked (but the Conservatives also failed to speak up for him).
In the end, the Conservative candidate was also a puppet, like so many. Had he had more courage, and more independence, he might have won. Now he is just a footnote.
Labour will inevitably bump along the bottom. It has now been abandoned by most white English voters. Now that Labour is very clearly controlled again by the Jewish Zionist element, not many Muslims will continue to vote Labour. As I have said before, that leaves Labour with a very niche electorate.
There is also the point that, with no election needing to be held before late 2024, Labour is little more than an irrelevant squeaking in a Commons with an 80-seat Conservative majority.
Beyond the above, there is the feeling that Labour has no idea at all about how to improve Britain. It scarcely if at all opposes the present government. Indeed, all it has is pathetic, not credible, “diversity” claptrap of the sort that Kim Leadbeater spouts.
That person, Laura Pidcock, was once “tipped as a future leader of the Labour Party” [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Pidcock]! She seems to be not-married to a non-European, possibly Ethiopian, and to have produced a child with him. She is on the National Executive Committee of the Labour Party. Seems pretty dimwitted.
Laura Pidcock was a local councillor, but lost her seat. She was also an MP for two years [2017-2019] but lost her seat. Labour, take note. Many more will follow in her anti-British, “anti-racist”, footsteps.
One could imagine a (presently non-existent) credible social-national party standing at somewhere like Batley and Spen, and getting, say, a third or so of mainly the white English vote, maybe 30% of the whole turnout. Under those circumstances, in a 4-horse race, such a party might have triumphed over Lab, Con, and Galloway…
My takeaway from Batley and Spen is that, looking at the past decade, white people are generally now not voting Labour, but are unsure as to where to go; also, that the Muslims are drifting from Labour, but are also unsure about where to go, and so voted in this case for Galloway.
Well, this week, political journalist John Rentoul scored the same as me, 7/10. I suppose I should not expect to beat him every week. I did not know the answers to questions 2, 4, and 6.
I wonder whether Kim Leadbeater, the System candidate, really won that by-election at all…incidentally, that may also explain why there was no real Conservative Party campaign at Batley and Spen— to ensure that Labour won.
The System made much of the assassination of MP Jo Cox by a dissident in 2016. The later “canonization” was very useful to the System, providing much opportunity for “anti-Nazi”, “anti-racist”, anti-radical propaganda. It would have been embarrassing had the sister of the assassinated MP been offered to the local electorate as the new Labour/System MP— then rejected by them.
The migration invasion continues. Meanwhile, the British people occupy themselves with the success of what is laughingly called the “England” football team, with the squabbles between the two thick princelings, the Royal Mulatta and “Kate”, with the Queen driving a LandRover at age 95, with the (ultimately fairly meaningless) “election” (was it even honest?) of Kim Leadbeater as MP, with the endless “panicdemic” nonsense, as seen through the prism of msm/System lies.
Remember Thalidomide? This, true, is something very different, but there may be other dangers. Or, thinking laterally, maybe the point is not the vaccine as vaccine, but the psychological control: governments across the world forcing citizens to be vaccinated. A conditioning mechanism.
What kind of unit is that?
Despite the efforts of Lord Sumption, Peter Hitchen, many others including me, there are many many idiotic scared rabbits out there who, just because (arguably) the least honest Prime Minister, the least competent Cabinet, the least reliable scientific advisers in memory have told them to wear facemasks, are going to bloody carry on wearing them until given permission to stop! Even where the law does not even mandate the wearing of the “muzzles of compliance”.
Example: driving around in early evening a day or two ago, I saw a man aged maybe 55 or so, riding a bicycle while wearing a facemask! Why? The “law”, the absurd” rules”, the equally absurd “guidance” from misnamed “SAGE” “experts”, say nothing about wearing facemasks while cycling, so why was this idiot doing it? Some personal pathology? It cannot have been because he wanted to comply with law but mistook the law, because there is no law saying that you must wear one of these stupid masks while cycling. Also, he was riding on a pavement.
Now we have the same old voices, Whitty etc, trying to keep the facemask nonsense going after 19 July 2021, the latest supposed “Freedom Day”. There is a huge transnational conspiracy behind most of this.
My feeling was that Labour would lose, and quite possibly come third. I was not correct. Labour won narrowly or, as they say on the racecourse, “by a neck, cleverly”.
Labour got a vote-share of 35.3%. The Conservative candidate got 34.4%. George Galloway, under the banner of the Workers’ Party, did better than many expected (21.9%); I got that right, at least.
All other candidates, 13 in number, lost their deposits: LibDems 3.3%; Yorkshire Party 2.2%; 10 of the other 11 received vote-shares below half of one percent each. UKIP, on 0.4%, just beat the Monster Raving Loony (0.3%).
The English Democrats, whose candidate, Therese Hirst, wrote to my blog comments page to request a mention on this blog, came 6th, with 0.55%.
The small and supposedly “nationalist” parties were, as expected, an embarrassment.
The For Britain party leader, Anne Marie Waters, got 0.3% (97 votes). Jayda Fransen did even worse, though (like Ms. Waters) on a par with her previous forays into doomed electioneering: 0.1% (50 votes). [nb. percentages approximate].
So where to start? Firstly, by noting that the Labour Party’s winning candidate, on 35.3%, not only did worse than any previous Labour candidate in the constituency but also worse than the winning Conservative Party candidate in the first election held for the seat, in 1983 (39.6%).
Leaving aside the rigged 2016 by-election, Labour has gone down steadily in the constituency since 2017: 55.5%, 42.7%, 35.3%.
This does not somehow “save Labour”. The present Government still has a Commons majority of 80, and could in theory be in place until December 2024. Labour still has very little likelihood of being able to form even a minority government after that time. If Scotland were to pull away from the UK, Labour would be in permanent and declining Opposition; even without that, Labour has no future as a party of government.
Other points: Labour and Kim Leadbeater ran a very dishonest campaign, even delivering contradictory leaflets to different streets (depending on the race/nationality of the inhabitants). She evaded the issue of the schoolteacher driven from his home and job by Islamist zealots, for example.
The new MP is already on BBC Radio 4 Today Programme yapping about “people living side by side“, diversity etc etc. Another puppet MP. Useless for the people who elected her.
As for Batley’s chances of getting central government assistance now, forget it. The locals must be a pretty stupid lot. They have elected a communitarian drone whose economic knowledge stops at spouting nonsense about “magic money trees”…
The Conservatives ran a lily-livered campaign, which seemed cunning but ultimately fell flat. The candidate deliberately shunned publicity (I thought, though I am judging from hundreds of miles away). The noise was all about Kim Leadbeater and George Galloway.
I thought that Galloway might get more than 20%, and I was right in that. 21.9%. He must be pleased with such a result.
As far as social nationalism is concerned, there was no social-national candidate, just absurd one-trick-pony candidates playing at politics. Anne Marie Waters and, even less credible, Jayda Fransen.
Labour continues to be the party of, mainly, the blacks and browns, publicly-paid employees and a few other groups. It is less than ever the party of (most of) the white English.
Other points? Well, the pathetic LibDem result was par for the course. Since the 2010 upsurge, the LibDems have lost their deposits in all Westminster elections contested by them at Batley and Spen.
Turnout, at 47.6%, was not especially low for a by-election.
About 73% of those who voted, voted for a System party. Over half of those eligible to vote abstained from voting. So about two-thirds of the entire eligible electorate either voted non-System, or decided not to vote at all.
Good luck to the residents of #BatleyAndSpen you’re going to need it. The sh!t hole you’ve all been complaining about will unfortunately remain one or become worse. Voting the #labourparty AGAIN!! is a disaster. 🤷🏼♀️
A tweet which shows not only how out of touch many Twitter-twits are (where has she been since 2010? Was she in outer space in 2019?), but how mutually-isolated are different socio-political “tribes” in the UK.
Good point. Until the seat is abolished, the Batley and Spen electorate will be represented at Parliament by a communitarian System drone with not an interesting or original thought in her head, dragging down £200,000 p.a. in pay and expenses, and accomplishing nothing, while the voters of Batley moulder in poverty and despair.
When Starmer, Nandy and Rayner signed the Articles of Surrender to the Murdoch/Tory/Zionists The media lies bombardment ended. They kissed the Chief Rabbi's ring. The Labour Palestine justice resistance fights on. 8,000 of them in Batley. https://t.co/ntOvgh0IRf
Political joke Paul Mason opines…in fact, he is right about the two “leaders” that he mentions in his tweet. Social nationalism in terms of electoral politics is scarcely even a bad joke; The two ladies together got only 147 votes at the Batley and Spen by-election, scarcely 0.3% of the total vote. One vote for about every 300 cast. Embarrassing.
Mason is not right about “terror networks” of what he would call, no doubt, “the far right”. They do not even exist, as far as I know anyway. Young men buying samurai swords, young women having swastika-shaped cookie-cutters, and people talking big in pubs, do not constitute a “terror threat”…
As for Mason’s “danger…online“, what he means is that people might be able to persuade other people to a certain viewpoint online. Mason hates free speech, so calls that a “danger”…
“John Smith” gives an accurate, if ungrammatical, riposte to sex pest communitarian grasper Brendan Cox, who thinks that it is worth trashing the UK if a few blacks become England-team footballers.
More tweets seen
The “panicdemic” is such an exercise in applied psychology that dictators, oppressive political regimes, and academic scribblers will probably be using its lessons for decades, and maybe for hundreds of years, rather like the 20thC Chinese techniques called (I believe) hsi nao, or “wash brain”, taken up by the West since the Korean War as “brainwashing”: see the 1963 book, Techniques of Persuasion, by J.A.C. Brown. I once had a copy, bought by me at my school book fair in, I think, 1971.
Such techniques were intriguing to film-makers, and have continued to be. Early examples would include The Manchurian Candidate and The Ipcress File.
Those films focussed on individual subjects, but there is of course “brainwashing” or, more accurately, “conditioning”, of whole masses of people, whether at schools (Eton might be a good example), or during Army training, to take two obvious situations.
Recent studies have concluded that, if people are exposed to fear propaganda for months, they lose the ability to resist it even if logical, rational and credible counter-messages are then delivered to them. Put simply, emotion trumps thought, usually.
Think back to the initial panic about “the virus”, in early Spring, 2020. TV news showing shuttered towns in Italy and elsewhere, the population only allowed to take walks alone or as couples, not interacting with others at all. Curfews. Harsh methods of enforcement (particularly in the part of China where the virus supposedly just appeared as if out of nowhere).
In the UK, we have seen how even the shambolic government regime presided over by Boris-idiot applied ever-stricter laws, “rules”, “guidance” etc (which the police enforced as if all had the force of law).
Police chiefs wanting to check people’s shopping to see whether the items had been “reasonable” purchases! That caused a kefuffle because the regime had tried to impose such repression too early, before the fear propaganda had fully taken hold.
Other examples included police vandalizing beauty spots in the Peak District lest people walk to them, other police (the hopeless police of Derbyshire were arguably the worst) using drones and loudhailers to bully elderly couples walking on the hills, miles from anywhere; in Wales, some farmer and his wife, hysterical (and again calling police) because two people from elsewhere were camping overnight on a nearby hill! “They might spread Covid!“, the pathetic idiots cried and whined (to the newspaper and TV reporters who were, unmolested, also there!).
Shops and other businesses were closed down for months, the employees’ anger largely forestalled or bought off by “furlough” payments. Result: the UK has spent £300 BILLION.
It is said “no matter, interest rates are almost zero”. In that case, why did the UK governments of the part-Jews David Cameron-Levita, Theresa May, and “Boris” Johnson apply so-called “austerity” for a decade, causing a huge amount of misery, in order to “save” far less than the sums now wasted for no good reason? Why was a huge investment in infrastructure not undertaken? Instead, vast amounts have been spent on paying the population to sit at home eating delivered pizza, watching TV, and drinking.
Then came the facemask nonsense. Large-scale trials which showed that facemasks (except the kind used in laboratories) were of minimal utility (and also caused other health problems) were ignored. The Government mandated facemasks (often little more than cloth muzzles or quasi-scarfs) in shops etc. Mandated them on pain of a heavy fine.
At first, up to mid-2020, both the UK Government and the World Health Organization [WHO] disparaged the use of facemasks, but later came under political pressure to change their advice, which is what happened.
The World Economic Forum [WEF] openly proclaimed how wonderful the “panicdemic” was as a driver to start a “Great Reset” of the world.
Well, now we are 18 months on, and the UK public, at least the majority, have shown themselves to be malleable pawns, without any regard for the freedoms won over centuries. One sees many wearing their facemasks even in their own cars, or while walking on windswept clifftops etc. Do they know that they have been brainwashed? Do they even care?
I think that it was the popular music group, Pink Floyd, in the early 1970s, maybe on Dark Side of the Moon, who had a track in which they sang that “…quiet desperation is the English way“. That might have to be changed, these days, to something like “spineless compliance, and apathy, is the English way”…
Meanwhile, we hear that 50,000 or 60,000 people have died in the UK “within 28 days of a positive test” (until recently, it was “from Covid”…), though (what a shock…) apparently no-one at all has died of flu for 18 months in the UK! Incidentally, if someone “tests positive” (often because the tests are flawed), even if having no symptoms, then weeks later dies in a car crash…yes, that’s right…that person “dies within 28 days of a positive test”!
The brainwashed nature of the population can be seen in the relative lack of anger or even questioning at the incongruity. Suddenly, instead of tens of thousands of deaths from influenza etc, there is substituted “deaths from Covid”, but most people are still, even now, obeying the so-called “laws”, “rules” etc. Even though their rational minds must know that this is a kind of scam on a vast scale.
Again, every day now we are seeing such as “today, 20,000 people tested positive”, followed by “and three people died within 28 days…(etc)”
In the UK, the msm has been totally compliant to the wishes of the State. In the msm and the “corridors of power”, only a few independent minds have stood up against the propaganda lies. Peter Hitchens [on Twitter as @clarkemicah] was one. Former Law Lord, Jonathan Sumption, was another. See https://twitter.com/SumptionUpdates.
About 1 out of 1,000 in the UK has died supposedly “of” or “with” or “within 28 days of a test”. Some people claim, speciously, 1 out of 500. Even so, this was never a nation-breaking pandemic. In the wider world, about 1 person has died out of every 4,000 people.
Inmates at the American concentration camp at Guantanamo were forced to wear facemasks nearly 20 years ago. To break them, not to save them from infection. Think about it.
We are facing an attempt, starting in 2022, to implement a new stage of the New World Order conspiracy. Various campaigns are part of that: Covid-19 “measures”, “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, fake “environmental” measures, “anti-racism” campaigns etc.
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”…
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.
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.
Why does @ChtyCommission allow Zionist groups to ‘police’ UK citizens using tactics synonymous with The Cheka police. How long before ‘volunteers’ claim leather coats on expenses? Make no mistake #Chekism is alive and well just watch Joe Glasman’s video. https://t.co/zZvuGe5HWg
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.
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.
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…
“In November 2016, Murphy took up an employed position as an adviser to former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.“
“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.
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.
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.
Surprising amount of people *mentioning * George Galloway on the doorstep. Haven't had anyone actually pledge their support for him, but he's clearly made an impression on many people in Batley and Spen.
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.
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?
New article on the forked path facing the Labour Party. To rebuild the Red Wall or to seek something new? What should the future of Labour look like? And how will the Batley and Spen by-election inform this choice? Check it out now! https://t.co/gYQGvKJoi2
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…
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Labour haven't said anything meaningful for a while, it's all been rhetoric. They've lost what made Labour what it is. In Hartlepool they tried to out UKIP actual UKIP, and in Batley and Spen? Out Galloway actual Galloway. They have no vision and the electorate see that.
…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.
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).
I saw this interesting video report by former Labour MP (expelled from the Labour Party by the Jewish-lobby cabal now in charge), Chris Williamson:
Kim Leadbeater is a laughably-poor candidate even by today’s low standards.
Funny to see decorative BBC presenter Martine Croxall put in her place by Galloway. He made the point, inter alia, and which I had not remembered, that boundary changes will mean that the constituency will disappear for the next general election.
As for Ms. Croxall, despite the questions she asked in the interview, and that Galloway thought favoured the Labour Party, if she herself does not habitually vote Conservative, I’ll eat my hat.
As a outsider who has never been to the area, I cannot see how electing a silly ignorant woman like Kim Leadbeater could do anything at all for the people of Batley and Spen. She is just a ventriloquist’s dummy yapping about “magic money trees” and “diversity”. She is not even a very good dummy. Dishonest, too.
Exactly. The reason is not “Starmer” (poor leader, and a Jewish-lobby puppet, though he is), still less “Corbyn”, but (as I have blogged repeatedly) because there is now no reason for the Labour Party to exist. What the English people need (but do not consciously know that they both need and want) is social nationalism in a credible and powerful form. It does not presently exist.
The small pseudo-nationalist parties standing at Batley and Spen are not what is required at all. In fact, in most respects, and leaving aside the pro-Islamist element, Galloway’s “Workers’ Party” is closer to credible/powerful social nationalism than is the Anne Marie Waters vehicle “For Britain”, or Jayda Fransen.
Part of the problem is that the Zionist-controlled msm label anything akin to social nationalism as “far right” and/or “neo-Nazi”, which are —more or less— meaningless labels. The public are frightened or offput by such propaganda, of course.
Note that only 2% would not vote Labour because of perceived “anti-Semitism”. 2%. Meaning that 98% of voters are not interested in the Jew-Zionist lobby’s whining. Corbyn did far better than Starmer as Labour leader, despite the basically Jewish-controlled or influenced msm running a 4-year hate campaign against him.
I would go further, and aver that people in the UK would vote for an openly “anti-Semitic” party if it were also anti-Islamist and if, also, its other policies, leadership, and organization were credible and powerful.
As for the by-election at Batley and Spen, even if Labour manages, which I doubt, to retain the seat, that would not change Labour’s long-term strategic decline.
Import backward populations and you import their politics and their social issues. Not just Pakistanis and similar nationalities. Look at the Jews too. Yes, they may send their offspring to Eton, and/or to Oxford or Cambridge…a small but strategically-placed special-interest group.
Reminder of what “New Labour” was…and much of Labour still is
A poster from a few years ago, but Yvette Cooper is still there, still an MP, still getting paid (more now, about £85,000, plus huge expenses); she also grabs more by being Chair of a Commons select sommittee; and her Bilderberg-attending husband, Ed Balls, also once an MP, is coining money in business. They own buy-to-let properties as well. Parasites.
Oh, and she still supports importation of as many blacks and browns as possible, and has even said that British families should welcome the invaders into their homes (though she and Balls have three homes and numerous rental properties yet have not asked any migrant invaders to stay as their guests…).
Oh…nearly forgot: Yvette Cooper is yet another Labour Friends of Israel member, just like Keir Starmer, Rachel Reeves, Lisa Nandy etc…
Typical of what Labour now is…i.e. a pack of parasites and hypocrites.
Starmer has said quite openly that he puts Israel first, before the people of the UK. He has said that he supports Zionism without qualification. Israel is a state founded on terrorism, deceit, ethnic cleansing etc. It is a rogue state. It buys or otherwise suborns politicians in countries such as France, the UK, USA etc.
Below, former Labour MP, Joan Ryan, hearing from Israeli intelligence official, Shai Masot, about how he has a one-million-pound slush fund from Israel, in order to buy British MPs:
Anyone, whether at Batley and Spen or elsewhere, thinking of voting Labour, should watch the above videos. True, the Conservative Party is equally infested. More widely, the UK as a whole is infested.
More tweets seen
I notice that the bookmakers have the Conservatives even more strongly odds-on than in previous days. About 2/9. Labour is a poor second, around 7/2. As for Galloway, about 14/1. Having said that, betting odds reflect national sentiment. In a discrete and quite small area such as the constituency in question, the contest may look very different.
It may be that I am wrong to think that the result will be Con, Galloway, Lab, in that order, but that is still my feeling.
I notice that social media is awash with tweets from the Labour support machine. Not necessarily relevant.
Do you still support “lockdown(s)”, and the rest of it (facemask nonsense and all)?
Even if (as now) there are tens of thousands of infections but no deaths? Madness.
“”If we can’t win white working class voters in Hartlepool and if we lose South Asian voters in Batley, this raises the question of where in the North can we ever win?“” [Labour Party official, from BBC] https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-57639970.
Put another way, if Labour cannot win Northern England seats, and has already abandoned Scotland, where can it win? Only in parts of London and Birmingham where there are large numbers of West Indians, public service workers, and Twitter twits?
Despite being generally a “good citizen” (most of the time, I think), I have sympathy with that attitude. We have had an entirely faked communitarianism forced upon us since the “panicdemic” started (started to be promoted). All those idiots clapping on command outside their houses, and so on. The entirely pointless facemask nonsense. The hero-worship of the (not always but quite often) rather poor NHS. All of that.
Yet Starmer says that he will stay on whatever the result. He is not his own man. He is “under orders”…
When I had a Twitter account (the Jew cabal on Twitter had me expelled in 2018), I was occasionally retweeted by that tweeter, “@JohnEdwards33”, a pleasant-seeming old stick who is a former fire chief from the West Midlands (I think). I say that despite his calling me “a dreadful fascist”!
As I have blogged, Labour is a party which started off as a “working class” party for organized industrial workers, miners, shop workers etc. That party then took on a “middle class” and/or intellectual element from the 1930s; that “coalition” was the basis for the Labour governments of 1945-51, 1964-70, and 1974-79.
The migration-invasion of those years, though resented by many white English people (it mainly affected England), was on a relatively-limited scale compared to what came later, particularly from 1997, when the Jews in the Tony Blair government started to import millions of immigrants quite deliberately, in order to destroy British (esp. English) society. About 5 millions were imported in those years (1997-2010). That has contiued unabated, and the immigrants or migrant-invaders have been breeding prolifically.
Labour slowly, since 1997, has become a party largely supported by the “blacks and browns”. It kept its support in the public sector workforce, still largely white and English/Welsh/Scottish, until 2010, but the wider white electorate was starting to abandon Labour, just as Labour had abandoned those people.
In Scotland, Labour collapsed as the SNP rose and then reached the First Past The Post tipping point. The SNP went from 6 Commons seats in 2010 to 50 in 2015. Scottish Labour went in the opposite direction, from 46 to 1. Scottish Labour now has only 16,000 members. Out of 5.4 million inhabitants in Scotland.
In England, under Corbyn, Labour did better than often thought in 2017, but since then its inherent contradictions have created fissures in its structure and its popular support. It still has the support of the blacks, broadly, but they and the mixed-race are only between 5% and 10% of the population.
The traditional white English Labour-voters at first kept with Labour, but the combination of relentless Jewish-produced propaganda against Corbyn, and the perception that Labour was basically for blacks and browns, for mass immigration etc, meant that those white voters just voted with their feet. Almost as many abstained in 2019 as defected to other parties:
There was, under Corbyn, the feeling that Labour at least believed in public services, but since Starmer took over, we have heard time and again the pathetic refrain parrotted by, again, Kim Leadbeater this week, about government having “no magic money tree“. The Rachel Reeves song…
The Muslims were still almost Labour en bloc in 2017, but since Corbyn was replaced by Jewish-lobby puppet Keir Starmer, they have begun to abandon Labour too. At Batley, they have an alternative in Galloway and his Workers’ Party. The Muslims do not all support Galloway, but will vote for him to hit out at Starmer’s Labour Party.
As for white voters at Batley, I suspect that those who would never vote Conservative will either not vote at all, or may vote for Galloway or one of the other small-party candidates, as a protest.
Labour finds itself a nullity: it abandoned actual “socialism”, or social democracy, in the 1990s; it destroyed much of the feeling of Britain as a nation by importing millions of non-Europeans and further millions from other parts of Europe; it follows the “Conservative” line on economics and social welfare (indeed is now more “conservative” than the Conservatives!); and despite its lying by-election leaflets at Batley, it is completely under the control of the Jewish lobby and Israel.
So who would vote Labour now, broadly? The West Indians, most of the Twitterati (twits), some students, remnants of traditional Labour voting. Few others. Maybe 25% or so of the population, if that. Yes, polls still give Labour up to 35%, but that is probably because people do not want to say “don’t know” or the like.
I may be mistaken, but I can see the Conservatives winning fairly clearly at this by-election, followed, quite likely, by Galloway, then Labour. The Labour vote? At a guess, around 25%.
Interesting: “…came back with eggs“. Came back from where? Parked cars nearby? Houses nearby? Sounds as if the attackers were locals, and as if Labour is now very very unpopular in the Batley and Spen area. Reminds me of the old joke: Soviet leader— “you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs.” Soviet citizen— “well, we see the eggshells, but where’s the food?“…Labour Party, take note.
People dislike the present government but, crucially, still prefer it to a Starmer (or any Labour?) one (which in any case cannot exist before 2024).
So out in 6 years, as against being taken in a helicopter to a point about 20 miles offshore in the Atlantic and dumped.
…and at Wimbledon, a load of over-wealthy idiots were clapping the woman who developed that vaccine.
The facemask nonsense must go. Now.
Has that Tom Peck scribbler yet stopped a milkshake or an egg?
Quite. It seems that millions of people in the UK are in need of a good-quality bullshit detector…
Well, the fact is that the Labour candidate is a former or one-time personal trainer who has no political experience, and indeed who only joined Labour about 6 weeks ago. She seems to get her income out of the Jo Cox Foundation “charity”, if I am not mistaken in what I read. If she were to become the MP, it would be very nice for her but useless for the Batley population; and Boris-idiot would still have a Commons majority of 80.
I also take with a pinch of salt the Con Party candidate, but it surely stands to reason that he might be able to attract investment or assistance from central government. He might not be able to, true, but there is every reason to suppose that Kim Leadbeater would not and could not. In any case, she is a poorly-educated local woman whose ideas about finance and government spending only stretch as far as parrotting rubbish about “magic money trees”. Frankly, she comes across to me as an idiot.
The fear engendered by lying “panicdemic” propaganda has largely though not entirely dissipated, but the stupid “rules” laid down, like the asinine facemask nonsense, have almost taken on a life of their own. Few are really afraid of suddenly being “struck down” by “Covid” (which for most is akin to a mild cold) but many are scared, not of “the virus” but of the social disapprobation if they ditch the facemasks.
This government has spent £300 BILLION (and rising) pointlessly on this farrago of nonsense.
Let’s hope so. While I do not particularly want the “Conservative” to win at Batley, I do want the “Labour” (Labour-label) candidate to lose!
As for lifting “Covid restrictions”, yes! As soon as possible. There never should have been any “lockdown” shutdown, facemask nonsense etc in the first place.
Ah, one Dan Bloom, who apparently is the “online Political Editor” of the Daily Mirror. The proportion of Jewish individuals involved in political reporting and commentating in the UK is very high. Too high.
Kim Leadbeater may be a “local candidate” but she has been co-opted into fronting a Labour Party campaign at Batley and Spen that is controlled by members of Labour Friends of Israel— Keir Starmer, Rachel Reeves, Lisa Nandy etc.
I blogged about political joke, Paul Mason, yesterday. So what if the Conservatives get another seat? They have a Commons majority of 80 anyway! What matters is to hit Starmer and the Labour Friends of Israel cabal which controls the Labour leadership. Voters of Batley should vote anywhere but Labour.
A new party or movement can only arise when the existing System parties, especially Labour, collapse. Start the avalanche!
Quite, though Kim Leadbeater is not really a politician, of course, but just a convenient “monkey on a stick” for a Labour Friends of Israel cabal. Of course she does not understand monetary (or other) policy! As I understand it, she is a former personal trainer who is paid for doing work for the “charity” set up in her deceased sister’s name. If anyone knows facts to the contrary, comment here and I may print the rebuttal.
Batley and Spen should elect an MP with the ability to help the area.
London has fallen! Draw a line from southwest of Bristol to the Isle of Wight. That is the redoubt for English people…
Labour is going to lose the Batley and Spen by-election and it's not going to be close.
That has been increasingly my feeling over the past weeks. Kim Leadbeater, the Labour candidate, is plainly as thick as two short planks, and has quite obviously been drilled to deliver pathetic soundbites such as “there is no magic money tree“. She is one personification of why Labour is going nowhere but down.
Most of the Muslims in the by-election area seem to have all but given up on Labour now that it is back under Jewish-lobby control.
If in 2019, Tracy Brabin and Labour only got 42.7%, almost half of that that would have been the Muslim vote. If, in this by-election, most of that Muslim vote disappears to Galloway (or to abstention), that would seem to reduce Labour to a vote-share around 30%. If half of the English former (2019) Labour voters abstain or vote elsewhere, the Labour vote might reduce to around 20%, or less. That might knock Labour into third place.
Having said that, there is still all to play for at Batley and Spen. The Labour candidate still has as ammunition her local roots, the tradition of Labour voting locally, and the sympathy vote around the assassination of her sister (former MP Jo Cox) by a socio-political dissident. I have to say that I myself am sceptical that that sympathy vote even exists, but there it is.
Incidentally, there has been much msm and Twitter noise around the egg attack on Labour leafletters. Has it not occurred to anyone that that may have been locals expressing their opinion of the last thick-as-two-short -planks MP, Tracy Brabin, who was (it seems) one of those attacked? She seems to be unpopular up there, perhaps because she stepped down as MP as soon as she got a job with more money…
Leaving aside the rigged 2016 by-election, in which “Labour” was the only major (i.e. System) party standing, it can be seen that the Labour vote rose in 2017 to 55.5%, compared to only 43.2% when Jo Cox was the candidate in 2015.
In 2019, the Labour vote fell back to 42.7%, but that was still higher than the 43.2% Jo Cox managed, or her predecessor, Mike Wood, whose last vote, in 2010, was only 41.5%.
Yes, the betting market only gets election results right about half of the time. Labour is now between 7/2 and 4/1 against, but the Conservatives are 1/4 on…very firm favourites. The result is not completely certain, so I should say that that odds-on offer is not a value bet. I myself would not bet on Labour winning, but 4/1 might yet be a value bet for anyone willing to risk a little money.
“In an interview on CNews, General Dominique Delawarde alluded to a group of people who control the global media.
When the Jewish interviewer asked who he was referring to, General Delawarde said: “This is the community that you know well.”
Although the general did not mention the Jewish community explicitly, the host of the show, Jean-Marc Morandini, abruptly cut him off and ended the interview segment.
The Paris prosecutor’s office has begun an investigation into General Delawarde, stating: “The Paris prosecutor’s office today opened an investigation into the heads of public defamation and incitement to hatred and violence on the grounds of origin or belonging to an ethnic group, nation, race or religion.””
So one brief allusion to Jews controlling the global mass media, not even saying it outright…and a distinguished senior officer has his interview cut short by a Jewish interviewer, and the powerful Jewish/Israel lobby in Paris starts to have the officer persecuted by —and quite likely later prosecuted by— State (((prosecutors))).
“An 11-year-old Muslim schoolboy who told his class that he wanted to give charity to the needy was referred to controversial anti-terrorism watchdog Prevent after his teacher mistook the word ‘alms’ for ‘arms’.” [Daily Mail].
I have to say that I agree with what the Muslim below says about this:
“Attiq Malik, director of Liberty Law Solicitors, told MailOnline: ‘Yet again we see another example of a ‘fail’ by the Government’s Prevent Programme on vulnerable impressionable children, highlighting why the Programme is potentially harmful and needs to be scrapped as it simply does not work.
‘In the current economic climate, teachers are barely equipped properly to carry out their teaching duties, let alone the additional policing duties imposed on them by Prevent.
‘Criminal legislation and safeguarding policies have always existed to protect the public and the vulnerable members of our society. There is no need for a policy that is nothing less than the equivalent of using a sledgehammer to crack a nut and thus unnecessary.’
Mr Malik insists that the Prevent referral could still cause issues for the family, telling the Guardian: ‘Every time a Prevent referral is made, it generates a record with the Home Office and various other intelligence agencies.” [Daily Mail]
The fact that I would rather that no large Muslim populations existed in the UK is a separate matter.
Imagine a “teacher” so ignorant that he or she has never heard of the word “alms”! Sadly, schoolteaching, especially in the State sector, tends to be something in the UK that people do when they can do little else. The standards are often abysmal (as can be seen on TV quiz shows).
“Free speech campaigners including Toby Young have raised concerns that invoking the Prevent duty ‘threatens the involvement of the state’s security powers and real and serious interference with freedom of expression‘.” [Daily Mail].
Looking now at the comments of the Daily Mail readers, I see that 95% agree with me…
It was not always thus. Below, me, aged just 10, late Summer 1966, with then Labour Party leader and Prime Minister, Harold Wilson. On the quay at Hugh Town, St. Mary’s, Isles of Scilly. I am on (oddly) the extreme left of the photo:
I cannot imagine Harold Wilson (whatever the flaws in his policies may have been) getting down on his knee(s) in sign of fealty to black mobs, as have Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner.
As the real parasites are allowed to flood by the million into our once “green and pleasant land”…
Where is supposedly hardline anti-invasion Cabinet minister, Priti Patel (who should not be here herself)? Laughing at the British people with her Israeli friends?
Anyway, a few hundred or a thousand invaders a week might be regarded as a bagatelle when Boris-idiot, in his role as NWO/ZOG/Coudenhove-Kalergi part-Jew puppet, has now invited no less than 6 MILLION Hong Kong Chinese to come and live here.
This is only the start…
I cannot say that I have a huge amount of time for Galloway, but at first I thought that he would do well to get 5% of the vote. As the by-election campaign has progressed, I have realized that that was a gross underestimate. He may well get not only most of the Muslim votes but also a sizeable chunk of disaffected white English former Labour votes. If so, he could be in with a good chance of at least coming in second.
Unlikely that Galloway will win (though I thought that of the LibDems at Chesham and Amersham). If he did, though, that really would be a political earthquake, not because Galloway might go on to form a party of any size, but because it would show that vast numbers of people in the UK are very tired and angry at the way in which this country has been misgoverned for decades.
Hartlepool, Chesham and Amersham, Batley and Spen. Are they listening? How can they be forced to listen?…
Exactly. The simple people think in terms of government having a kind of Mrs. Thatcher’s purse, or a chest with money in it (in gold coins, very likely), and that once that is spent, “there is no money left”. Few, even MPs or candidates, bother to learn even basic macro-economics, and that is why you get stupid people such as Kim Leadbeater, the doomed (?) Labour candidate at Batley and Spen (though she only joined Labour about 6 or 7 weeks ago!) parrotting nonsense about “magic money trees” etc. Pitiful.
Kim Leadbeater, despite not even having belonged to Labour for more than a month or two, is clearly part of that corrupt, dishonest, PR-spinning, Blairite-Brownite, New Labour ghastliness. After all, her own sister was a Labour-label MP who herself was married to a sex pest quasi-rapist (who made about £200,000 a year from a charity)… The people don’t want that kind of “Labour”.
If I were a voter of Batley and Spen, I would demand full disclosure from Kim Leadbeater about her income, and from where exactly it comes.
The tweet below by one Darren Gray made me laugh. I saw a few today like it.
As if it changes anything at all that Boris-idiot has a majority of 80 or one of 81! Labour would have to win about 80 by-elections to force out the present government.
What if Labour manages to retain Batley an Spen? Unlikely, but what if? Well, Starmer would probably not be forced out. Apart from that, nothing. Either another Jewish-lobby puppet such as Rachel Reeves or Lisa Nandy would take over, or Angela Rayner, who seems as thick as two short planks, and who also bent the knee, alongside Starmer, to both the Jewish lobby and the black mobs; or maybe some creature such as Dawn Butler would become Labour leader, thus accelerating Labour’s demise.
In fact, even if Labour wins at Batley and Spen, the snatched victory would mean nothing. The margin would probably be tiny, and all of Labour’s problems of role, identity, meaning, and purpose, would remain.
At present, I am thinking that the result might be (probably will be) Conservatives to win, followed (possibly) by Galloway, and with Labour in third place.
A few simple designations or acronyms cover this: NWO, ZOG, Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan, Bilderberg, Zionist lobby.
Amusing that the Jewish Chronicle has focussed on the fact that many voters will not vote for Kim Leadbeater (Labour candidate) because she is a lesbian whose party leader, Starmer, is a very obvious puppet of the Jew-Zionist/Israel lobby:
…and that was said long ago. Since then, Starmer has proven that that is true time and again. He’s just a puppet, as leader of the dying Labour Party.
Little Matt Hancock
Hancock has resigned. He will find his political career finished now, at least in Government. Boris-idiot will not take him on again, so avoiding msm and public flak, and “Boris” can now blame Hancock for any and all “Covid” lapses since early 2020…
I expect that will mean that Galloway gets far more votes as a consequence, from both English and brown Muslim voters. I hope that that will be the case.
This is where the State can perform its proper regulatory function, by laying down maxima.
Conclusion: the System is not working for most people…
The fallout from the Hancock, Cummings and other scandals has impacted public sentiment, but at the end of the day Labour is still 8 points behind arguably the most shambolic government Britain has had for a century or more.
There is also the point that, unless “Boris” decides to chuck in the job at which he is useless, he and his party will be sitting there, immovable until, in theory at least, December 2024.
The Jewish/Israel lobby wants Labour’s Kim Leadbeater to win. What a surprise…
I read a couple (certainly one) of Mason’s books. On economics he is interesting, informed, and sometimes correct. On politics, though, he is a joke, completely hopeless. Somewhere in the middle of a mess of Trotskyist, syndicalist, and “anti-fascist” nonsense. Incongruent, and often ignorant. He is part-Jew, too, a fact not generally known. Like another part-Jewish scribbler, Owen Jones, he likes to talk in terms of “class struggle”, and is as out of date as the Berlin Wall, if not the Front Populaire.
At the end of the day, if Labour wins at Batley and Spen, all that happens is that another member of the same family as Jo Cox gets a “nice little earner”, and Keir Starmer gets a reprieve as Labour leader. The area and its people get absolutely nothing. The Conservatives at Westminster will still have a majority of 80.
If the Conservative Party candidate wins at Batley, the area may get more government assistance, financial or otherwise. The Conservatives at Westminster will have a majority of 81 instead of 80. No real difference to them, but Batley area might benefit.
It is very unlikely that Galloway can win, but at least a vote for him hits the Jewish cabal ruling Labour, and hits them hard.
Presumably not from a candidate in the by-election!
Quite. What does Labour actually stand for? I ask the question often in the blog. “And answer came there none”…
Maybe not quite fair. After all, for any pro-EU, “anti-racist” and probably “LGBT” virtue-signallers, who probably live in certain parts of London, love Jewish things, are probably pro-Israel, and believe any nonsense pumped out about the so-called “holocaust”, and who love “Black Lives Matter” nonsense, and facemask nonsense, Labour probably speaks to you. Sadly for Labour, that is 5%, or at most 10%, of the population. For anyone else, Labour is effectively a nullity now. Zero.
I feel (very slightly) sorry for the Labour candidate, who seems pretty dim, all but uneducated, and is obviously way out of her depth in this by-election.
“What is Starmer hoping for?” asks tweeter “@Stephen46723144”. Nothing. He is a puppet of the Jew-Zionist lobby. He was inserted into the Labour Party leadership in order to return Labour to the NWO/ZOG fold. He would of course like to be Prime MInister, as a dyed-in-the-wool System careerist, but everything he does reflects his basic allegiance to Jews and Israel. Labour Party interests or prospects come second or third.
Exactly what I have been saying in my blog for a quite long time now— Labour was once the party of both the British “working classes” and of the “progressive” somewhat more affluent. I suppose that both the 1945-51 Attlee governments and the 1960s Wilson governments exemplified that “alliance”.
The Blair-Brown governments of 1997-2010 were a kind of parody of the foregoing. The “workers” were there notionally, but actually without power or influence. The affluent middle classes and many of the Jews both supported and influenced “Blairism”, of which mentally-disturbed Brown’s government was a fag-end.
Over the years from 1945, and especially from the 1980s, the demographic changes in the UK altered the picture, in that mass immigration brought in at first hundreds (1950s), then thousands, then (from the 1980s) millions of immigrants, who started to breed. Most voted Labour.
Other social changes occurred. The industrial “proletariat” disappeared, along with most heavy industry. Their descendants became a latter-day “lumpenproletariat” of (sometimes) drug-abusing “chavscums” etc, or the abused insecure workers or “precariat” of the “gig economy” and the “click economy”.
The occasional clips of real people, concerned that Labour was not listening, especially but not exclusively about mass immigration, have become, as people now say, “iconic”:
Telling…as were the remarks Brown later made.
…and look at his later television comment. Questions about immigration from Mrs. Duffy were “irritating“. Yes, it all looks very different at Bilderberg, or at the meetings of Labour Friends of Israel…
Then we have the complete or almost complete takeover of national (i.e. London-centric) Labour by the wealthy (mainly Jew) element. Blair and Brown were both Labour Friends of Israel members, as were and are so many now again at the top of Labour. Rachel Reeves, many others, including of course Keir Starmer.
Labour became, slowly, the party of mainly, those paid from public funds one way or another, and the party of the ethnic minorities generally. After Corbyn came to prominence, Jews mostly left Labour, but the blacks and browns remained and became Labour’s new core vote.
In Scotland, the former Labour voters went mostly to the faux-nationalist SNP. In England, real social nationalism was all but banned, and now even more so. Labour voters began simply not voting. The graphic below shows that, in the 2017 and 2019 general elections:
The white English have largely abandoned Labour. The 2021 Hartlepool by-election showed that. Far more abstained than changed allegiance from Labour to Conservative, taking the whole eligible electorate into account.
Look at the 2021 Chesham and Amersham by-election: Labour 1.6%. Yes, former Labour voters voted tactically, to deny the Conservatives a win, but still very telling, in my view.
Now we see that, at Batley, the Muslim brown voters will not, most of them, vote for the Labour candidate, because she is white, lesbian, and Labour, which is now led by a puppet of the Jewish/Israel lobby. Also, they have an alternative for whom to vote: Galloway.
However, the white English former Labour voters are also jumping ship, because the Labour candidate is just someone pushed in to try to get a “sympathy vote”, her sister having been assassinated by a socio-political dissident in 2016.
The English voters at Batley think that a Conservative MP might get more help from a Conservative central government. As well as that, the local council has ignored white English people for years.
The Labour candidate has not defended the English schoolteacher driven from his job and home by Muslim crazies.
The by-election at Batley has brought into focus the sheer uselessness of Labour. It has not opposed the Government on so many recent issues: the facemask nonsense, “lockdowns”, social security etc. Without most English and without most Muslim/brown people supporting it, where does Labour go? The Twitterati twits, NHS zealots and West Indians only add up to about 15% of the population…
Once again, I beat John Rentoul. He scored 5/10, whereas I scored 6/10. I did not know the answers to questions 1, 2, 4, and 10.
Interesting short (3 mins) video:
Not a city I know. I got lost in its outer suburbs once in the car, at about 2am, but have never seen it apart from that, and also from a train once or twice, and another time when my Flybe plane made an unscheduled landing, halfway through the flight, at Birmingham Airport. Sounds like the city is a bit of a zoo now. I understand that the shambolic local government there is infested by Common Purpose termites.
Can you imagine a creature like Dawn Butler as Leader of the Labour Party? Ha ha! “I’m lovin’ it”…In fact, now that Labour is (in terms of voters at least) largely black and brown, she might fit well, though of course that will be the end of Labour as a major force nationally.
The Whigs disappeared, the Liberal Party declined and disappeared, the LibDems are disappearing; Labour is sliding now. “Conservatives”? Like the Bar, the Conservatives have kept the names and titles, but not the content…
Labour Party supporters. Take a look at their Twitter profiles. Ha ha! Also, note that they almost excuse the fact that they are white…
They are also not young.
The second one realizes that Labour is falling to pieces, though.
Whether the Hancock scandal will have much effect on the upcoming by-election is doubtful. It may have, it may not have. My instinct says no.
Exactly what I said yesterday in answer to a commentator on my blog. Hancock will be kept alive like the wrapped-up fly in a spider’s web, until the spider decides to utilize him. Then— gone. That might be tomorrow, it might be in 6 months or more. The only thing that might expedite it is if Boris-idiot think that Hancock remaining in post will lose the by-election at Batley and Spen.
[Update, a day later: well, Boris-idiot did not sack him, but Hancock did not want to be a fly wrapped up for later use, so resigned. That’s him binned…]
Ha ha! Ecce the white “me too”, pro-BLM Labour Party supporter! These idiots must have a death wish! At first I thought that that comment was parody, but no!
All very well, but what is the point of this? It is akin to a letter to a newspaper, or a blog, posing as a by-election candidature. As I say, I have no quarrel with what is said, but this person and her party are a one-issue party, pretty much.
I have to admit that Ms. Waters seems more personable than I had thought, with a pleasant Irish manner.
I have been watching the dramatization of the life of Queen Victoria. Very good, and unlike most such docu-dramas, does not leave out the major political and socio-economic currents flowing at the time. Very intelligently planned, and finely-acted.
As always, there are imperfections. In the double-length episode I saw today, some lady was playing a piece by Rachmaninov on the piano, though the name of the composer was not mentioned. Anachronistic, in that this was set around 1850. Rachmaninov was born in 1873! So the TV people got it wrong by about 50 years!
Dramatized history is ever thus. In fact, other episodes of Victoria were also rather loose with the historical truth, as when Drummond, the secretary of the Prime Minister Sir Robert Peel, is shot in mistake for Peel. That did happen, but not at all as shown.
The series was based on a book by A.N. Wilson, who is a readable writer, but not always a good historian. I once read one of his books which was so replete with historical inaccuracies that I was surprised that no-one at his publishers had corrected them. In fact, I reviewed the book on Amazon UK, where I was a “top 50” reviewer, but the Jew lobby had all my reviews removed from Amazon some years ago.
Europe is dwarfed by the burgeoning power of China. In every way— population, overall economic strength, military might. Even the USA is now challenged. The response by the USA (as well as Europe and Russia) to that challenge will define what the second half of this century, as well as succeeding centuries, will look like.
This was not justice but entirely misplaced mercy. Look at his previous convictions and (again) far too lenient previous sentences.
So it begins…
Dump them all back in Africa somewhere (anywhere).
I agree. There should have been also, a mass civil disobedience to the facemask nonsense, with businesses openly ignoring the so-called “rules”. Businesses have almost all cravenly submitted to the Government diktats, so screw them.
Answer: bulldoze it with all MPs and their sycophants still inside. Then plant a wood on the hill of rubble.
Batley and Spen Labour Party by-election candidate Kim Leadbeater runs away from Muslims (and others?) who do not want their young children taught about lesbianism etc. She is said to be a lesbian.
This must damage her campaign, especially with Muslim voters.
I note that System politics website Politics for All is careful to note that Ms. Leadbeater is “Jo Cox’s sister“. Labour is still hoping that the sympathy vote (if it exists), 5 years on, will win the by-election for Ms. Leadbeater. I have no idea whether or not there actually is, or ever was, a “sympathy vote” for Labour arising out of the assassination of the MP Jo Cox by a dissident in 2016. Now? Doubtful, though Ms. Leadbeater is obviously helped by her local roots.
Labour is totally desperate. I wonder, though, what real impact the Conservatives are making at Batley and Spen. All the noise is about either Kim Leadbeater or George Galloway. Is that the Conservative tactic, to keep quiet, and let Galloway bleed Labour of Muslim votes, rather than the Conservatives making noise and so perhaps triggering at least some white voters to vote Labour? Or is that too Machiavellian?
Looking at the past decade, and leaving out the rigged by-election of 2016, the Conservatives have been between 30% and 40% at Batley and Spen [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batley_and_Spen_(UK_Parliament_constituency)#Elections_in_the_2020s], Labour between 42% and 56%. If most of the Muslim vote abstains or votes for Galloway, that must take Labour down to somewhere around 30%. That gives the prize, probably, to the Conservatives. If most of the Muslim vote abandons Labour, and many 2019 Labour white, i.e. English, voters also abandon Labour, then the Conservatives will win easily.
I cannot see Galloway actually winning. He would have to get almost all of the Muslim vote and quite a lot of English votes to do that. Never say never, of course, but it is very unlikely. Having said that, I started off thinking that he might get 5%, then thought maybe 10%. Now I am wondering whether he might not top 20% or more, but the truth is that I am guessing.
Having now read the above article, I cannot say that I am much impressed. I have (if I say so myself) made the same points previously, and better. The point about whether a Conservative Party MP would be better-placed to attract central government support in a Conservative Party-dominated Parliament is a good one, though again one that I have myself made several times in relation both to this by-election, the recent Hartlepool one, and generally.
I have never been to the Batley area. I have no idea what kind of personal popularity Ms. Leadbeater has. She seems very odd to me, at times leaping in the air as if at one of her gym classes; and despite her entourage, she seemed frightened when being challenged by Muslim anti-LGBT etc people. Of course, she is not a politician, as such, and has been parachuted in (for all that she is local) to try to capitalize on the supposed “sympathy vote” (which I frankly do not believe exists anyway).
I can see that there are logical reasons why voters in the by-election might vote Conservative; I can see that there are ideological reasons why voters, especially Muslim voters, might either vote Galloway or abstain. I can see no reason why many voters, English or Muslim, would vote Labour in the by-election.
A supposed leading political scribbler, but he cannot even spell properly the name of the candidate…
What “debate”? The “rules” are for the mugs and scared rabbits…
Boris-idiot’s charmed life continues. Hancock has been approved by “Boris” despite the scandal. He will now be kept on by “Boris”, like a fly kept alive but doomed in a spider’s web, ready to be utilized. Once the moment comes when “Boris” needs a sacrificial victim, there will be a reshuffle and Hancock will then be finished off (sacked and/or demoted).