Twitter account “@SocialistVoice” (Scott Nelson, who was in the Labour Party until the Jew-Zionists had him expelled) often used to retweet me (until the Jews had me expelled from Twitter in 2019). He seems still popular on Twitter (about 75,000 “followers”).
I might not agree with everything that “Socialist Voice” tweets, but I think that he is basically a decent person (and the Jew-Zionists hate him, which is a good sign).
Other tweets seen
We see the way that this is going: new laws beefing up the powers of police, officials, security and intelligence agencies; pay rises for police and medical profession etc. A germinal police state arising.
The tweeter below has not really thought about this:
Is it really so amazing? Starmer is a complete puppet of the Jewish/Zionist lobby. Since he took over the Labour Party, the Zionist lobby (in the msm, and in Parliament) has pretty much stopped its attacks on Labour, which were constant during Corbyn’s leadership. There again, look at the Boris-idiot government of clowns…
Just as the “Conservative” Party won the 2019 General Election by default, the “Labour” Party is now challenging the Cons not on Labour’s own merits but because the clownish incompetence of Boris-idiot and his bad joke Cabinet is so impossible for the public to miss.
Sadly, not all scientists are objective great brains searching for truth and new ways of looking at the physical world, just as not all priests and prelates are holy, not all academics are scholars, and not all politicians are wise and well-intentioned statesmen.
End the “panicdemic” now…
More tweets seen
Quite. Rupert Murdoch said, a few years ago now, that “the British Press is controlled by Jews” (and went on to say that Jews in the msm should be even more pro-Israel!).
Note that. Two different banks but both obviously controlled or influenced by the enemies of European race and culture.
One can say, with some truth, that ordinary political activity is not the only, or even best way forward, but it remains an important aspect of the whole. Young people (especially) may or may not join this or that party, but will still be influenced by what they read and hear on the website of any party which is social-national. That must be positive.
The BBC is just a kind of TV and radio puppet show, a “Moscow Radio” or “Pravda” now.
Oh, God! Professor Ferguson again! That idiot! Apparently, he is not even a medical man, let alone a virologist or epidemiologist; a physicist, it seems! The best thing he can do is shut up, go away, and focus on screwing his married “ho”. Stalin would have had him shot by now.
The problem with such people (the ones who regard anything before 2000 as a Dark Age, in the face of all evidence) is that when you argue or discuss society with them, you are not having an argument or discussion with someone whose world-view is based on facts or —still less— reality, but with someone who is both deluded and self-deluded, someone who prefers fantasy to reality.
As Hitler said of the Weimar Republic, “they want not only their daily bread but their daily illusion“…
The question is “when will the mad carousel crash?” and then, “what political and social movement will then be able to seize power across Europe?“
Labour, Corbyn and the Jew-Zionists
The above blog piece is fairly interesting, but fails to use the words “Jew” or even “Jew-Zionist” even once! Yet “they” were those plotting against Labour from as soon as Corbyn was elected leader! The whole campaign against Corbyn was led and almost entirely staffed by Zionist, pro-Israel Jews. I am no “Corbynist”, but I am a truthful and accurate observer and commentator on policy, events and people, as well as being a struggler for a better society and thinker into the future.
By a campaign of malicious denunciation to police, CPS and Twitter (etc), the fanatical Jew-Zionists have suppressed free speech to the point where it scarcely exists; where it does, it is because a relatively few British and other Europeans are determined to express their socio-political views and to fight for freedom, come what may.
“In 2003, [Gilad] Atzmon wrote that: “We must begin to take the accusation that the Jewish people are trying to control the world very seriously”, the blog post was subsequently amended with “Zionists” replacing “the Jewish people” in the original post.” [Wikipedia]
“At a meeting at University College London the following November , [Miko] Peled complained about the “witch-hunt against antisemites and Holocaust deniers” over the past two years.” [Wikipedia]
Note the (((typically))) violent language: “slaughtered“… the language of kosher (kashrut) butchery, of ethnic cleansing, of Jew-Zionist tribalism and cruelty.
It is when the leader of the party is a Labour Friends of Israel member, married to a Jewish woman lawyer, with their children being brought up as both Jewish and Zionist!
More thoughts about the facemask nonsense
The joke below was sent to me. It has a sharp and topical edge:
Doctor: Good morning Mr Jones – how are you feeling today?
Patient: Great, just been for a 7k run.
Doctor: Right, Right. There’s no easy way to say this – I’m afraid I have some bad news for you, you had better take a seat.
Patient: Oh God, what is it doctor?
Doctor: Theres no way to cushion this, I’m afraid – the test you took for Covid-19 came back positive.
Patient: Oh no, that’s awful. Give it to me straight doctor, what are my chances? Don’t hold back. I need to know the truth.
Doctor: Well, I’m afraid you only have between a 99.8% and 99.4% chance of survival – although as you are 35 and have no other conditions it may be as much as 99.9%, maybe more – we just can’t tell at this stage. Though we’re pretty sure.
Doctor: Also the test may be wrong. You may just have a cold or something…
(Patient gets up and walks out)
Doctor: Don’t forget your mask!
Well, there it is. Reasonably amusing and displaying the fact that virtually no-one is getting infected with Coronavirus in the UK now, but the fear is almost as great as it was when the ridiculous over-reaction started.
Yesterday, 20 people died in UK hospitals from or with Coronavirus. This virus is not, now, a really serious public health threat. The Government, though, is intent on forcing facemasks on the public, and is going to increase fines for non-compliance, after a first offence, to £3,200!
I was watching part of an episode of the 1970s TV documentary, The World at War. R.A. “Rab” Butler [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rab_Butler] talking about what happened on 3 September 1939, the day when Britain declared war on Germany, The air-raid sirens were sounded in London, all over London, and people were told to wear, and were filmed wearing, gasmasks.
In fact, there was no danger from either gas attacks or air raids. The Germans had no plans to use gas, (and few if any supplies); there were no gas attacks on Britain during the whole of the War. As for air raids and bombing, the first German bombs fell on London (in the area of the docks by the Thames, since the 1980s known as the Docklands) in September 1940, over a year after war had been declared.
So no real danger but much whipping-up of fear among the public, the public told that they must wear masks (at times) and react like lemmings if air raid warnings (klaxons or whining air-whistles) were heard.
That sounds rather like Britain today. No real risk to most people but everyone told (on pain of increasingly heavy fines) to wear (useless) masks inside many buildings (how long before that diktat is enlarged to include various outside places?). All for nothing except to control the public. Nothing to do with the “virus” itself, which for the past month has killed only a small fraction of those dying in the UK from influenza.
Below: looks as though some doctor or other may be in trouble…
No doubt done with the best of intentions, but one wonders what such technology might change into, down the line…
Some interesting tweets from “Socialist Voice” (Scott Nelson), who used to like and retweet some of my own Twitter comment before the Jew-Zionists (and a few non-Jew doormats) in the “Campaign Against Antisemitism” pressure group (cabal) conspired to have me removed from Twitter. The same untermenschen have been trying for years to get the Socialist Voice Twitter account removed; so far it is still there, but, with (mainly) Jewish/Zionist censorship intensifying, for how long?.
One has to wonder how long the fighters for freedom are going to play by “their” rules in a rigged game?
In respect of that report about the Labour Party, it is a matter of unconcern to the Zionists now again controlling Labour that membership numbers are plummeting. All that matters to “them” is that Labour, as one of the two “main parties” is not, even slightly, “antisemitic” and/or anti-Israel. “They” do not care if Labour does not win elections (95% of Jews now vote Conservative anyway), and in fact the lower taxes under Conservative Party rule suit most Jews very well…
The Conservative Party now claims 191,000 members. If true, that is an increase, in a year or so, of 50,000. Still, the relevant facts are that only 1 person in every 350 in the UK is a Conservative Party member even now, yet the Party won the 2019 General Election anyway, despite having only about 1 person in 500 as a member. Labour’s 500,000-600,000 members (2019), about 1 person out of 120 UK inhabitants, made little difference to that result.
Both System parties are now mere facades; both are controlled, in effect, by Jew-Zionists, and both are pretty much following similar policies. To put it another way, Labour is weakly echoing whatever Boris-idiot does, but adding “we might have done it better...”
Below: the whole thread is worth reading; click to read it.
If you can donate, I promise to pay it forward once back in work. Right now it's about keeping a roof over our heads, feeding the family, school uniforms, paying the bills, basically, surviving on zero support by the Government. Please RT & donate to https://t.co/WiRLaVmapj
19-04-20 We agreed to all these new arrangements by our national passivity when our new status was imposed on us. Neither our institutions nor most of us, uttered a whisper of opposition. We took the yoke, and have entered a new servile relationship with the state. Peter Hitchens
Tom Watson is completely in the pocket of the Jewish lobby. He conspired from Day 1 against Corbyn and his own party. Not that I have much time for Corbyn, who never really took on the Zionist lobby, and who always parrotted “holocaust” propaganda etc.. He even nominated Watson for the peerage which has now been blocked. What’s wrong with Corbyn? I would have let Watson spin.
Watson was also, of course, a huge expenses cheat and freeloader. He even claimed £500 a month expenses for food! He ordered so many pizzas on expenses that he was given a free pizza cutter!
John Bercow has also been refused a peerage. Equally good news. That Jew is a disgrace, who misused his position to support “antifa” thuggery and the Jewish lobby. Biased. Unobjective; and that is even before one recalls the televized and other antics of Bercow’s slut wife.
The whole Parliamentary milieu has become, like the Church, the Bar, the Monarchy, the police, the armed services and other traditional aspects of British life, a bad joke.
I may do a blog article about a character mentioned in that article, a Jew sociology lecturer at Birkbeck College (part of London University), called Ben Gidley, who has a trolling account on Twitter under the name @BobFromBrockley (his would-be “professional” one is @BenGidley).
Under the @BobFromBrockley banner, Gidley promotes political violence, so long as it is only used against “fascists” and “Nazis” (oh, and anyone against the Israeli state…like many Jews, he is a fervent supporter of Israel).
He has had some Twitter accounts removed or frozen, for example @InTheSoupAgain, which he used on a daily basis to attack me and my Twitter account (the Jews eventually had me expelled from Twitter in 2018).
Gidley would launch vicious assaults on anyone even passing the time of day with me on Twitter. Most of those attacked blocked him or told him to get lost; sadly, a few doormats did what he wanted and blocked me. Not many, though.
Gidley, as “Soup”, had a few other Jews supporting him in his trolling. One, @cdaargh (previously “Christine of Aargh”), was a mentally-disordered Jewish woman, who supplemented her prescribed anti-psychotic and/or anti-depressive medication by liberal intakes of whisky. Demented. Like so many of those who have opposed me, she has either gone up the chimney or been sent to a mental hospital. I have blogged before about the strong connection that exists between contemporary “anti-fascism” and mental disorder.
Gidley’s “Soup” account was “suspended” (removed) by Twitter in the end, but was resurrected by him under the name @AntiNazisUnited, which account has now been frozen since April 2019.
What I find most extraordinary about Gidley is that his college seems to be sanguine about his hate-filled Twitter outpourings, on which he seems to spend a goodly part of his day.
Tweets seen today so far
The semi-literate “Cat” Smith (Catherine Jane Smith) is Labour MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood, a Labour-leaning marginal. Ms. Smith, the proud possessor of a degree in “Sociology and Gender Studies” (groan), “identifies herself as a Christian, socialist, feminist, republican and trade unionist.” [Wikipedia] and has never had a non-political job (her only jobs noted are “working for Jeremy Corbyn” and for a trade union as a “policy officer”). A deadhead.
Leaving aside “Cat” Smith, What are we to make of the seemingly relentless drive to lower the voting age in the UK? Where is the lower limit? 16? 15? 14? Why? It is not much of an argument to say (true though it is) that even the young people of 18, 19, 20, enfranchised re. Westminster elections since the early 1970s, mostly do not bother to vote (though I myself did, when 18, in late 1974. My candidate received about 690 votes and lost his deposit).
A decision on age of enfranchisement can only reasonably be made on the basis of psychological or philosophical knowledge; otherwise, the decision to lower (or raise) the age when people can vote is purely arbitrary. Some children of 12 are more capable of deciding intelligently on their political preference than are some adults of 60, but that is no reason to lower the voting age to 12 for all, and it would be seen as invidious to allow some 12-year-olds to vote and not others (or to disenfranchise some 60-year-olds).
Corbyn (and Diane Abbott) once again proving what deadheads they both are. “Safe”? Ah, until a “vaccine” is developed against Coronavirus, which might be in the Autumn, or Winter, or 2021, or 2022, or…never. Or perhaps they mean…well, what can they mean? Until the entire population of (now, thanks to mass immigration-invasion) 70 millions is tested and found clear? So would that be in 2022, 2023, or when?
I favoured Corbyn as Labour leader because at least he was to some extent against Zionism and the Jewish lobby (though all too ready to parrot all the “holocaust” nonsense), but I always tweeted and blogged about how poor he is ideologically and intellectually: a trainee local reporter for about 6 weeks in Shropshire, who spent a couple of years bumming around Jamaica and Latin America as (for a few months) a teacher of small children. Then came his course at a polytechnic, studying Trade Union Studies, a mickey mouse course, and he could not handle even that, so dropped out in the first year.
In short, Corbyn is a bloody joke, of course (the less said about Diane Abbott, the better!). He is now back in his comfort zone, bleating about the rights of various groups overseas, while making himself an idiot, from time to time, on UK domestic politics.
What do Corbyn and Abbott imagine is going to happen to the economy even as it stands, with some form of “lockdown”/shutdown lasting until the Autumn, let alone (which seems to be Corbyn’s preference) 2021?
There again, Corbyn and Abbott see old-style socialist Cuba and Venezuela as success stories, so this recent news is of little surprise.
Sad to say, though I should have liked to see a weak, maybe minority, Corbyn-Labour government (for my own purposes), the Jews were in some respects right about Corbyn: a complete deadhead.
From the Editor of the Financial Times, no less. Disturbing that so few journalists seem to have seen the growing amount of material showing clearly that “lockdowns” are almost —and possibly completely— irrelevant…
Where she is, of course, right, is that the economy is already collapsing. There are many, on Twitter etc, who say “collapse? What collapse?” They, presumably, and unlike me, were not in Poland in 1988-89 (I was there on several occasions, for about 3 months altogether). The Polish economy was collapsing.
The zloty had collapsed (I saw its value, in purchasing power, decline by a factor of about 200 from mid-1988 to late 1989).
“In an effort to escape such situation, Poland started massively printing banknotes, without backing from increased economic output. Thus, deliberately attempting hyper inflation throughout the 80s to resolve the economic stagnation. Banknotes denominated at 5,000 złoty were introduced in 1982, 10,000 złoty in 1988, 20,000 and 50,000 złoty in 1989, and 100,000, 200,000 and 500,000 złoty in 1990. Grosz coins were rendered worthless and coins were mostly made out of aluminum (with the exception of the commemorative ones). The public debt burden doubled over the course of the 80s.” [Wikipedia]
In other words, it was as if every £2 in your pocket in 2020 were worth only 1p by the end of 2021. Never say never…
My point here though, is that the Summer of 1988 in Poland did not seem like a grey, harsh financial or economic crisis. I myself was insulated anyway, as a foreigner with a sufficiency of US dollars (which made me locally richer day by day, a “valuta vulture”); but even local Poles seemed, superficially, to get by.
The large outdoor swimming pools were well-attended, the cafes too. I recall drinking some (far too many) excellent Polish bottled beers with a member of the Border Guards, in an outdoor terrace bar situated in a kind of ruined castle overlooking a street in the centre of the town of Bielsko-Biala:
It was clear on my first visit in 1988 that Poland was in economic difficulties, but “crisis? what crisis?” was also a reasonable position to take, looking around.
By late 1989, the currency was effectively valueless, the socialist government had collapsed and been supplanted by a Solidarity party one, and Poland was embarking on its journey to finance-capitalism.
Switch to “lockdown” Britain. See the resemblances?
I do not think that I ever saw Peter Hitchens speak up for me, when a pack of Jews had me disbarred in 2016; or when the toytown police “interviewed” me (at the behest of effectively the same Semitic pack) in 2017.
I also saw nothing from him supporting Alison Chabloz (prosecuted at the demand of the same Jews in 2018, for singing songs…), or Jez Turner (prosecuted and even imprisoned for making a brief speech in Whitehall; same Jews were behind that).
Ah. Another hypocrite. Iain Dale never supported my rights of free expression. Au contraire. There again, talking heads in msm jobs (like Dale) would be blacklisted and shoved off the airwaves at one word from the Jewish lobby. Remember Kevin Myers?
“After complaints from readers and the Campaign Against Antisemitism, the article was removed from the website. It has been announced by the newspaper that Myers will not write for The Sunday Times again.”
“Campaign Against Antisemitism”…the same Jews…again…
The joke was that Myers was clumsily trying to compliment the Jews in his column! In fact he kow-towed to them even after they raised a storm of faked protest around him. As Americans might say, “what a cuck!”
“Myers apologised for this article on radio, saying that “it is over for me professionally as far as I can see”, and that “I think they [Jewish people] are the most gifted people who have ever existed on this planet and civilisation owes an enormous debt to them – I am very, very sorry that I should have so offended them.” [Wikipedia]
Maybe Myers could offer to shine “their” cars or (((their))) shoes for them!
YouTube pulled not only my talk given at the London Forum in February 2017, but the entire London Forum channel on YouTube…Likewise, Alison Chabloz had her channel pulled. The same has happened to many others. Another example of what I have called “the privatization of public space”.
These days, in the UK, your freedom of speech is in the hands of such as an anonymous office bod at Twitter or YouTube, or a desk sergeant of the Derbyshire Police (see the experiences of Alison Chabloz detailed on Twitter under #alisonchabloz).
Good luck with that!
“Susan Diane Wojcicki was born on July 5, 1968 to Esther Wojcicki, an educator of…Jewish descent.” [Wikipedia]
So 85% of the rank and file of the misnamed “Conservative” Party think that 3 million Hong Kong Chinese should be allowed to come to the UK?
Apart from the sheer screaming madness of that, it collapses forever the attempt by the “Conservatives” to pretend that they are tough on immigration. Already we have seen that all that thick Ugandan Asian Priti Patel can do is “talk a good game”. She’s useless, even leaving aside the fact that she herself is an immigrant, in effect.
I was just thinking about what my thoughts might be were I a foreign citizen thinking of visiting the UK for business or pleasure, or indeed were I a British expat visiting the UK for any reason, if I were told that, on arrival in the UK, I would have to “self-isolate” in my hotel, short-term rental, or wherever else, for 2 weeks!
What business trip would be of such importance that it would justify two full weeks of house arrest? Personal business? Well, if it were urgent, the trip would be pointless, because the visitor will not be able to meet people or attend events for a fortnight. Tourism? “I went to London, and all I got was a lousy 2 weeks in my hotel, unable to go out”…
If this 2-week quarantine had been put into place for, say, a limited time such as a month, starting in February or March, then maybe. Now? Pointless and stupid. Like the person posing as Prime Minister.
For me, until the “eminence” of Damien Hirst, Tracey Emin etc, nothing highlighted the decadence of art and society in the post-WW2 era as much as the “artist” Christo, who has just died. He was famous for wrapping up buildings, bridges etc. This, we were told, was art, and the bastard made millions from it. Sick. I do not usually criticize the recently-deceased (de mortuis nihil nisi bonum) but this is important. Art has been trashed by these impostors.
Indeed. So Hitchens should speak up for Alison Chabloz, for Jez Turner, and for me…
Trump and martial law
Twitter going mad about Trump having (allegedly) declared martial law without having declared it. It is 30 years since I passed an exam in US Federal Law (as part of the New York Bar Exam), so I am no authority on this, but I can see the way things are going. If a similar situation, mutatis mutandis, occurred in the UK, would people prefer martial law (order) or no law (and no order)? I think that I can at least answer that one.
I was also interested to see that the Twitterati went mad today because a photograph of Michael Gove‘s bookshelves (rather less impressive than was my one-time library of 2,000+ books…) showed that he had a volume by that excellent and now-pilloried historian, David Irving, sitting there.
Well, regular readers will know what I think of Gove, that expenses cheat, fraud, drunk, cocaine abuser and (worst of all) doormat for Israel, but it makes me laugh to see him attacked by the pseudo-socialist “antifa” idiots (“useful idiots” for the Jew-Zionist lobby)!
Some of those idiots really are (far more than the Germans of the 1930s ever were) the bookburners of our times. What is shocking, though, is that some are well-known journalists, other scribblers, established academics etc. All commending censorship…
268 deaths in the UK “from” or “with” Coronavirus today, a huge fall. The government of fools has made a huge mistake in putting the population under house arrest.
What almost interests me more is how very supine and compliant most of “my fellow citizens” (I prefer to think of them as obedient rabbits) have been and continue to be. They might, the more disorderly of them, have a drunken fight or catfight (in “normal” times) on a Friday night, but when push comes to crunch there they are, the rabbits, all lining up 6 feet apart to buy bread and milk, and only going out at all when the toytown police give them the nod. Pathetic.
In related news, the London “Nightingale” instant hospital has been “stood down”, having only received a few dozen patients out of the 4,000 expected. The other similar hospitals across the country have also been closed or are being closed; some never opened at all!
The Boris-idiot government is now going to pretend to be still somehow in control, which it very obviously is not. Before long, there will be an effective lifting of the “lockdown”, but disguised by pointless “testing”, by fake “trial runs” in places that don’t matter very much, like the Isle of Wight, etc.
Meanwhile, the UK economy is spinning into a terminal decline. Worse, the plebs (including affluent suburbanites and “country”-dwellers, by the way) have been scared out of their skins, and actually are now afraid to leave their houses! Except to clap on command (“for the NHS” which, for whatever reason, is now very far from offering the best medical service in Europe).
Jesus Christ! These are the descendants, 80% of them anyway, of the contemporaries of Nelson, Wellington, Drake, Hood…
The more I see of those who rule, or pretend to rule, the UK, as well as those who pretend to comment intelligently on various current affairs, the more I realize that I, and people who agree with me, should be seated at the head of those affairs.
That would work better @danieljhannan, if the govt hadn't made such a huge propaganda song and dance over those hospitals. A competent government in what was once our tradition would have made quiet, effective preparations. This lot sought the praise, must now take the criticism. https://t.co/qpXNKu6BAb
Yes, and our political leaders are less well-educated, less experienced and face no serious opposition. Our media, once adversarial, are consensual and in many cases co-opted into a sort of semi-official Al Ahram role. 1968 wasn’t all bad @harrypaye. https://t.co/M3BavK3TdK
Well, I would disagree with Fraser when he says Sweden 'tamed' anything. There is no evidence that any action (except handwashing and general common sense) inhibits the spread of the virus, which appears largely to follow its own course. https://t.co/HJvuKqbsP7
Re. the above tweet, exactly what I was blogging, nearly 2 months ago. I may not be an “expert” (virologist, epidemiologist etc…and btw any doctor or nurse who is neither of those really knows little if anything more about Coronavirus than me…), but looks like I was right and the “experts”, Downing Street loony “advisers”, MPs, Cabinet ministers and msm scribblers were, almost without exception, wrong.
Even the wild gamblers at Rishi Sunak's Treasury now see that the cost of the Panic Policy is unsustainable (as I have pointed out for several wasted weeks). How are we protecting the NHS by emptying the national bank account? https://t.co/8gweMek8mL
Now, we all know how flawed opinion polls are, how they only broadly reflect public opinion, how they cannot be exactly aligned to the likely outcome of British general elections because of the First Past The Post [FPTP] elctoral system and because of the way that boundaries are drawn:
Yes, all that is true. However, no party supported by 1% of the electorate in an opinion poll has ever gone on to get 50% of the popular vote; likewise, no party has ever been valued at 50% of the popular vote, but then crashed to 1% at election time. A leas, as ar as I know. The opinion polls are not that inaccurate. I suppose that the nearest to such a situation was in 2019, when, at one point, Brexit Party was estimated to have a popular support in the region of 25%, but crashed to 2% in the actual election.
Having said the above, the 25%+ scored in the opinion polls by Brexit Party was well ahead of the actual election result. The polls taken nearer to polling day were fairly accurate, all putting Farage’s instant “party” at under 5%.
In other words, looking at the most recent opinion polls, Labour is now in really serious trouble. Some of the Jews who wanted rid of Corbyn are now half-heartedly praising Keir Starmer, as are msm scribblers, saying that there is now a real Opposition (etc). Well, Keir Starmer is married to a Jewish woman, and his children are being brought up in a Jewish milieu. The “support” for Starmer from “them” is therefore unsurprising.
To continue the theme, we all know that “a week is a long time in British politics”, as Harold Wilson said in the 1960s. All one can say is that, at present, in May 2020, Labour is on the ropes. Somewhere around 30% to 33%. Its 2019 General Election result was 32.1% of the popular vote. My conclusion? Getting rid of Corbyn has not helped Labour as a party at all. Not that the Jews as a group care. They, as a group, vote “Conservative” anyway. Only about 5% of Jews vote Labour these days. Their only interest is that Corbyn has gone and that, along with that, the Jewish-Zionist element has regained control of Labour.
Clinton once said that he could (and did) reduce “welfare” benefits to the bare bones because the poorer part of American society will still vote Democrat. As he said, “where else will they go?“. Until they did (go). First to the Republicans under George W. Bush, then to Obama, the, er, Great White Hope (or whatever), and then, in desperation, to Donald Trump (under Republican banner).
Look at the UK. NWO/ZOG political superstar Tony Blair and his advisers said, of what some call the UK “white working class”, “where can they go?“. Well, now we know (so far). The Scots working classes left first, favouring the faux-“nationalist” SNP.
Back in 1997, Scottish Labour held or won 56 out of the then 72 Scottish seats at Westminster. Vote-share 45.6%. Since the 2019 General Election, Scottish Labour has had 1 seat at Westminster (out of 59) on a vote-share of 18.6%. For the first time since 1918, Scottish Labour is only the 4th party in Scotland, in terms of seats. 1959-2015, it was always the 1st party. It slipped to 2nd in 2015, 3rd in 2017 and 4th in 2019.
True, Scottish Labour still received a vote-share of 18.6% in 2019, but that counts for little in FPTP voting. That share was, in any case, the lowest Labour vote in Scotland since 1910.
The SNP supremacy since 2015 means that Labour, as a UK national party, has effectively no chance of a majority at Westminster, and that the best it can hope for is an arrangement with the SNP, which after all, is a kind of social-democratic party. That’s assuming that Labour in England and in Wales can improve its position. Any such uplift in Labour fortunes is very doubtful.
In 2019, as I predicted, former Labour voters voted with their feet. Look at the very cleverly-conceived graphic below:
As can be seen, almost as many former Labour voters abstained as voted for all the other parties put together.
The anti-Corbyn element in Labour and the msm (basically a Jewish claque) said that Corbyn was the reason voters were unwilling to vote Labour. That was partly true, though mainly because the Judenpresse had been hitting at him for 4 years. There were other factors, some connected with Corbyn, some not.
The deadhead MPs in Labour were (and remain) part of the problem: Diane Abbott, Fiona Onasanya (now an “unperson”, expelled from Labour and imprisoned), Kate Osamor, Dawn Butler etc. I blogged about a few of them:
That black/brown group was very much tied-in with Corbyn who, notoriously, had had, as a young man, a fling with Diane Abbott:
As a matter of fact, the Labour performance under Corbyn, in popular-vote terms, was better than under both Miliband and Brown. The seats gained or retained by Labour in 2019 were far fewer, though; in 2017, Corbyn did better than his two predecessors in terms of seats too: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Labour_Party_(UK)#UK_general_elections
Under Keir Starmer, the Shadow Cabinet is full of Labour Friends of Israel members, Corbyn and his cronies have gone and Labour is now rising in the polls and looking more credible every day that passes. Oh, no…wait. Belay the last couple of points…
In fact, Labour is in every way stagnant. Stagnant in the polls. Almost invisible in the news. Supporting pretty much everything the Boris-idiot “Conservative” joke-government is doing re. Coronavirus, and only mildly criticizing bits and pieces. Pathetic.
The problem Labour has is firstly ideological, in that socialism in the old sense died in and around 1989. In the early 1990s, Labour finally admitted to itself that it had stopped being “socialist”. It became “social-democratic” and then, under Blair, outright finance-capitalist with “socialist” and “social-democratic” fig leaves.
Now, Labour is just a label, which loudmouth Friends of Israel MP, Jess Phillips, said (with her customary grace) is “just a f****** rose”
What does a symbol mean? If nothing, then the party whose symbol it is, is nothing.
We have seen that the Scottish “working classes” etc have largely deserted Labour. In fact, now that Corbyn is gone, it may be that Labour’s 18.6% vote in 2019 will become closer to 10% or lower whenever the next general election is held.
We have also seen that the English “working classes” have been deserting Labour. That is especially the case in the North and Midlands, the so-called “red wall” of the past. The scandal of the Muslim Pakistani rape gangs killed Labour for many, as Labour’s Common Purpose placemen and women in politics, local government, the police and (inevitably) social services ignored the widespread abuse of white English girls by (mainly) Pakistanis.
Likewise on the wider immigration point. The “Conservatives” have been hopeless on mass immigration (aka “migration-invasion”) and basically just “talk a good game”, but Labour actually and deliberately encouraged the migration invasion, in order to destroy Britain’s race and culture. That fact was leaked by Labour insiders. The Jews Phil Woolas and Barbara Roche were behind much of it. They became so toxic that neither was able to find other seats for which to stand.
The cartoonists picked up on it, both at the time and then later, when Corbyn was leader:
The UK electoral system, as it applies in England at least, is binary. At present, the two parties supposedly opposed to each other are not in equal positions. The Conservative Party, having fluked a large majority, is in government for the moment, and probably until 2024, certainly until 2022. The Labour Party has become a total irrelevance.
As I have previously blogged (and, before the Jews had me expelled from Twitter, tweeted), Labour is now the party of the public service employees, of the blacks and other ethnic minorities (except the Jews) and of the mostly urban, maybe young or young-ish supporters of failed “multiculturalism” and pseudo-socialism. About 25% of the population. There are some old Labour loyalists around, too. In toto, maybe 30% of the population. Which is where Labour is in the polls. I cannot see Labour getting much beyond that now. Keir Starmer may be without scandal (as far as we know) but he is as dull as ditchwater. New ideas for society? None.
When you take away old-style socialism, when the old Labour communities in the industrial heartland of England no longer exist, when Labour no longer represents Britain’s history, race and culture, what is left? Nothing.
The same or similar, mutatis mutandis, could be said about the Conservative Party, up to a point, but the misnamed “Conservatives” still have a southern England voting bloc which, though ageing and fraying, is still there.
To return to those words of Clinton and Blair, “where will they go?”. Well, not to Labour (from other parties). To apathy, but only so long as doing nothing is less painful than doing something.
Labour’s slow death has left the Conservative Party in the ascendant. When that star starts to fall, Labour will not benefit. A new party might.
The family concerned has had its home repossessed by the local council. Without going into the reasons and merits of that repossession (and without examining why the acquaintances of the 15-year-old son think that it is OK to make fun of his homelessness), one can see:
that the council in question is staffed by idiots;
the effect of mass immigration on services available to British people.
Firstly, the council. The council no longer runs the school but still owns the bungalow. It does not need that bungalow for a new school caretaker. Why could the family not be allowed to stay, paying extra rent or even market rent?
The council has laid out what must have been hundreds of thousands of pounds to alternately bring the action and then to defend the result in the higher courts. Is this money well spent? The council could even, for that money, have bought at least one such bungalow elsewhere and rented it to the family in question (or to someone else).
Immigration: we see that there is very little spare accommodation available to councils, even for emergencies. When a country imports literally millions(since 1997, perhaps 11 million) and those immigrants are breeding fast, this is what happens. Hertfordshire and Essex become, in their urban areas, Calcutta and Kingston. Don’t believe me? Visit, say, Ilford, Essex and doubt no more…
The “refugees welcome” dimwits and “multikultis” will say that all (“all”?!) that is required is for local councils, or central government, or Uncle Tom Cobbley, to house anyone requiring housing. Just like that. Manna from Heaven. Pie in the sky. If only life were that simple!
A sad story, and a tale of unnecessary suffering.
Mike Stuchbery’s case against Tommy Robinson
If anyone is following the legal proceedings of self-styled “historian”, “journalist” and antifa rear-echelon cheerleader Mike Stuchbery against Tommy Robinson, my blog post (updated every few days) can be found here:
So far, Stuchbery and his UK supporters have raised £11,594 from mug donors, but it is a mystery what has happened to that money. His one-man-band Pakistani solicitor (there may be a second solicitor involved) sent a “Letter before Action” to “Tommy Robinson” (sub nom Stephen Yaxley-Lennon) in November 2019. Since then, nothing. I have blogged (see above) repeatedly that I do not think that any action will be launched, or will be successful if launched.
Anyone wanting to read more about Stuchbery can do so here:
Even when I was at school in Sydney (1967-69), a Holden was a rara avis. I knew not one person who owned one. My family and their friends and wider circle owned Fords, VWs, Mercedes, even one Rolls-Royce, but no Holdens. Occasionally one would be seen on the road, but not often.
So when Dominic Cummings put out an advert for 'weirdos' to work in Number 10, it turns out he meant supporters of Eugenics. Deeply sinister. Andrew Sabisky should be nowhere near government. https://t.co/whzaPXsV5D
“…should be nowhere near government“…says a thick black barrister (practised for about 3 years in criminal law before becoming an MP at age 28, having also been in the USA for a year or so). Basically a black “racist” who believes in corporal punishment, supports the Jewish lobby (which is why he is often on TV and elsewhere in the msm), and thinks that white European people are the source of most of the evil in this world.
Thick? Yes. Don’t assume that a law degree, Bar qualification or whatever signifies high intellect or knowledge these days. Lammy even thought that reference to the colour of the smoke of the Sistine Chapel at a Papal conclave was “a silly racist joke”!
Lammy is also a liar, having said (to give but one example) that his mother raised him in conditions of poverty alleviated by Tax Credits, an easily-rebutted claim in view of the fact that tax credits of that sort were only introduced when Lammy was aged 31 (though there were other low-income credits before that, so in fairness it may just be that Lammy was not lying but just talking confused rubbish. He often does).
Lammy also claimed recently (on Twitter) that “[his] ancestors died fighting this shit”, by which he apparently meant white European civilization. What “ancestors”? What “shit”? If his ancestors died fighting anything, it was in African tribal wars, or maybe in riots on British streets (though that seems unlikely). Hard to know where else the ancestors of this African-race Guyanese might have “died fighting”. Perhaps Lammy will enlighten us.
Anyway, the good news is that Lammy, who actually managed to get promotion to junior minister under Blair/Brown (tokenism?), will probably never be “anywhere near government” himself now. By the time that Labour wins another general election, he will be at least 50 and quite possibly 150!
The scalded reaction of the msm, many System politicians and the Twittersphere indicates to me that Sabisky was at least on the right track overall, even if not in every detail.
This was almost literally “15 minutes of fame”…
Baddiel and “holocaust” “denial”
I see that the Jew TV face, David Baddiel, has done a show about so-called “holocaust” “denial”, i.e. about the modern-day heroes and heroines who examine this whole narrative sometimes termed “The Hoax of the Twentieth Century”, people who are treated as heretics and, in a few countries, actually prosecuted as modern heretics.
It is telling that Baddiel did not include these people (from a newspaper report, seems that maybe there was only one person) on his previous series, Heretics. That is because those people, including the nasty comedienne, Jo Brand, are not heretics, just nasty squalid people who, like Baddiel, get paid large amounts for being “edgy” in a fake way. Not real “heretics” by any means.
So there had to be a special show to trash a view of modern history that is claiming more adherents every day. I shall not be watching Baddiel’s show. I could almost predict its content, minute by minute, anyway. A waste of time.
Katie Hopkins has tweeted this:
Thank you to @AltNewsMedia for this on @CCDHate – the group who achieved high level meetings at U.K. twitter to have me banned
Labour & pro Islam lobbyists. The targeted harassment of my good self was religiously & politically motivatedhttps://t.co/hKDU5FVg1l
It may well be that people adherent to Islam and/or Labour want to silence Katie Hopkins, but she is deluding herself if she cannot see that Jewish interests are behind the attacks on her. Sadly, she seems intent on trying to curry favour with the Jewish lobby, which will not work (even if she is part-Jew herself). They hate her. Still, that seems to be the path she has chosen…
The Master Race
I saw this tweet by ignorant rent-a-mouth James O’Brien:
I’ve never encountered a believer in a ‘master race’ who would come close to qualifying for membership.
The term “Master Race” is or can be misleading. It tends to conjure a picture of a latter-day Nietzschean “blond beast”, complete with equally Nietzschean whip, lashing the “inferior breeds” into submission and obedience.
In reality, what is or should be meant is that History or (to put it another way) the “evolution of consciousness” through Time, requires at any given moment an advanced element, which (though that advanced element may or may not have the keys to world power) “leads” that evolution simply by being the most advanced in terms of evolution.
There are also backward or laggard elements. We are talking about races, nations, groups, not necessarily about individuals within any of those races, nations or groups.
The leading racial/national/group element will tend to have more power than the rest, but that is by no means always so.
I have been hostile to “Boris” for many years, since he was (underwhelmingly) MP for Henley. Others have now caught up; the public has not— yet. I think that it has to happen before too long, though. The part-Jew public entertainer cannot fill the boots of a prime minister. Speaking of boots, an article now compares Boris-idiot to Caligula:
What does Boris Johnson, Boris-idiot, care? A part-Jew, part-Turk, part God-knows-what, born in New York City, brought up mainly in the USA and Brussels, whose stepmother is a very wealthy Jewess. What does he care about Britain and the people of Britain? He is only interested in money, at root. He is not a legitimate Prime Minister, and anything is justified to remove him.
“People wanted to kick the government and Sinn Fein provided the shoe to do the kicking,” says Christy Parker, a journalist from the beautiful but de-industrialised town of Youghal in county Cork. He speaks of the “chasm” between the elite benefiting from Ireland’s impressive economic progress and the large part of the population that has been left behind.” [The Independent]
That was my impression too, though I have not been to Ireland since the mid-1980s (and before that, the late 1970s), and a lot of water has flowed since then.
In fact, that is one reason why the UK should develop a real social-national party, because it just might come about that the shopworn System parties will flag at the very moment when the British people will be desperate for something, anything…
Returning to Ireland, where does it go from here? Sinn Fein, which fought only a proportion of the seats in contest, nonetheless won a plurality of the popular vote: Sinn Fein 24.5% (37 seats), Fianna Fail 22.2% (38 seats), Fine Gael 20.9% (35 seats).
The Irish Parliament, the Dail, has 160 seats including the (non-voting) Ceann Comhairle (Speaker). 80 seats are required to form a coalition government; alternatively to create a “confidence and supply” arrangement less than a coalition.
In other words, one of the first three parties will have to join with one of the others (or both of the others) and/or smaller parties. Sinn Fein thinks that it can get by via an extended coalition with a number of smaller parties. Alternatively, the two main System parties together would only be 7 or 8 votes (the last Speaker was from Fianna Fail) short of a majority.
Sinn Fein would have to bring on board almost all the small parties and most of the (19) Independents in order to rule.
Emily Thornberry is out, thus leaving Keir Starmer, Rebecca Long-Bailey and Lisa Nandy as remaining contenders. At present, Keir Starmer looks like a shoo-in. I doubt that he would excite many voters, but it may be that in 2022 or 2024, after years of Boris-idiot as PM, that very dullness might even be a selling point…
Stop all farm subsidies. They are a major reason why farmers and landowners pay £10,000 an acre for agricultural (non-building) land. This system (despite some “stewardship” subsidies or grants) is anti-environment, overall, paying money merely for owning land, while the farmers carry on as free businessmen in most respects. Public money going to private pockets, deep pockets at that.
Adolf Hitler said that “the future of electricity generation lies in the winds and the waves” [see Hitler’s Table Talk]. All we have to do now is to reduce the aesthetic impact of wind farms and the impact they have on bird life.
I think that I score four points out of twenty. Five points if my return to the UK from Australia in 1969, aged 13, and aboard the old Oriana, is not labelled a “cruise”. I suppose not, though it had most of the same characteristics, so make that five points out of twenty.
Many will be familiar with the name of Mike Stuchbery, the “antifa” cheerleader who is said to have instigated a kind of “home invasion” at the house of Tommy Robinson’s wife (Stuchbery spins it differently) in 2019. Stuchbery then got a nasty shock when “Robinson” turned up at Stuchbery’s own house (both were located in the Luton area)
There has been water under bridges since then. “Robinson” has done (more) time in prison, while Stuchbery fled with his “German” wife to Stuttgart, where he now lives.
I have mocked Stuchbery’s constant claims to be a hard worker holding down (as he ludicrously pretends) “three jobs”, when it is obvious that he is what his detractors claim, a kind of grifter who relies mainly on donations from supporters, State assistance, and also a working wife (as I apprehend).
Not that there is anything wrong with those three methods of subsistence, an sich. It does grate a little, though, when Stuchbery makes his claims of being a grafter rather than a grifter. He seems to have plenty of time to travel around and, on weekday morns, stroll into Stuttgart for the odd melange and, as it might be, some Schwarzwaldtorte or Sachertorte (actually, the latter is my own favourite…).
I happened to be looking for the first time at the Byline Times, the online “newspaper” headed by the writer Peter Jukes [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Jukes]. This is one of Stuchbery’s “three jobs”, I believe. Well, last year (2019), he wrote, by my count, 19 fairly short pieces for Byline Times. So one article every 2-3 weeks. So far, in 2020, only one article. I cannot imagine that that pays much, if anything.
I believe that Stuchbery also takes tourists around Stuttgart and teaches some English as a foreign language.
Actually, Stuchbery reminds me of the conscientious objector, member of a religious cult, during WW2, who was asked how he intended to make his living if not in the armed forces. He replied, on the form provided, “God will provide. (wife working)“!
An underwhelming read, frankly. Britain has declined hugely since the 1980s, let alone early 1970s. Stuchbery has not the personal experience (he only arrived from Australia in 2014, though apparently he was born here), or historian’s —or journalistic— skills, to make much sense of trends and events.
Stuchbery thinks that copying bits out of books or tourist pamphlets makes him a “historian”, just as he thinks that scribbling for platforms such as Byline Times makes him a “journalist”. It’s risible. Look at my blog about him to see a few howlers that he has made.
I have had to explain at intervals that being opposed to “antifa” inciters and enemies of free speech like Stuchbery does not mean that I am in any way a supporter of Tommy Robinson.
At present, I am waiting, with great interest, for Stuchbery’s supposed and proposed legal case against Tommy Robinson (for which a crazed woman called Roanna “@antifashwitch” has raised about £11,000 via GoFundMe). I think that, like the Jewish Messiah and the “cheque in the post”, the lawsuit is unlikely to ever come to pass…
I was interested to discover (if possible) whether Keir Starmer is a freemason. I assumed that he probably is, he having been Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP). In looking at the Internet, I saw this, from 2018:
“Secret Freemasons groups for politicians and journalists have been operating in Westminster, it has been reported.”
“According to The Guardian, the secret society has two arms established for people working on the parliamentary estate.
The newspaper revealed that the New Welcome Lodge is for MPs, peers and parliamentary staff, while Gallery Lodge is for political journalists with access to parliament, known as the lobby.
Freemasonry records show that both are still active. It is understood that the New Welcome Lodge has 30 to 40 members, around four of which are MPs, while Gallery Lodge has 45 members.” [Politics Home]
That must be merely the tip of the iceberg. It would be naive indeed to imagine that only 4 MPs out of 650 are freemasons! There must be other lodges in and around Parliament. However, nothing directly about Starmer.
My interest in Starmer stemmed from the fact that he is now backing “all-BAME lists” for candidate MPs. In other words, Labour is “thinking about” introducing a colour bar! Oh, it’s OK, because it will discriminate only against white British people…
In fact, this further nail in Labour’s coffin is, in a sense, logical. As I have been blogging for a few years, Labour is now to a large extent the party of the ethnic minorities (except Jews). This latest nonsense just confirms that. As for white (formerly known as “British”) people, they can just “like it or lump it”. My feeling is that, even more than is presently the case, English people (especially) will turn their collective back on Labour and seek another horse to back.
I have posted something about Katie Hopkins losing her Twitter account:
One word or tweet about the Rothschilds and their role in politics or history (not even mentioning the word “Jew”) and a footballer is “charged” by the Football Association [FA]! Incredible…and look (((who))) are publicizing it…Did (((they))) complain about it in the first place? I wonder…
The Westminster City Council was set to reject the plans for a horribly ugly “holocaust” permanent exhibition by the Palace of Westminster, until this evil dystopian and Zionist lobby-ridden “government” [ZOG] took away the Council’s power to bin the scheme. The idea is rubbish, the design is even worse. Bin it. Bulldoze it.
The “has support of the unions” aspect shows how very out of touch is even the rank and file Labour membership. In 2019, membership of trade unions was only 3.69M out of a UK population somewhere between 65M and 70M and an official UK workforce population of over 32.5M. Trade unions now are almost powerless, a result of both “Thatcherite” policy since the 1980s and the relentless migration-invasion.
On Trident etc:
Survey of Labour membership: Once Trident reaches the end of its useful life, Britain should…
Replace with an equally powerful system: 10% Retain nukes, but less powerful and less costly: 24% Give up nukes entirely: 60%
Not that I would disagree with that middle position, but what is important is not what I think but what the voters think. Most or at least half want to retain Trident. Yes, perhaps influenced by the popular Press, so be it…
As the recent poll by another polling organization showed, Labour has continued to slide since the recent General Election. Why?
Corbyn has said that he will be resigning once the process of electing a new leader and also Deputy (Tom Watson having imploded and gone down in a ball of fire) is finished. So Corbyn can scarcely be blamed for the continuing slide in voter confidence.
My view is that, though Corbyn was scarcely popular with most voters, the present five candidates wanting to replace him are even less popular. There is, in my view, a perception (which I share) that Labour is a mess, seems not to stand for much except a return to the 1970s (which most voters, however wrongly, look upon with disfavour) and has five people, none of whom is in any way “electable” as potential Prime Minister, vying for the leadership.
There was a huge Jewish (mainly Jewish, or if you like, Zionist; certainly Jewish-led and influenced) campaign against Corbyn and Labour, which started as soon as Corbyn became leader. That certainly had an effect, particularly as it intensified during the election campaign itself. It was not, however, the only factor. It tended to reinforce a view of Corbyn —and so, Labour— that many had anyway. Cartoons such as that below were damaging, but simply played on existing foundations.
Diane Abbott as Home Secretary. That. Alone. I blogged about it before the election. Long before. About how Diane Abbott was worth a million votes to the Conservatives. Not purely because she is a West Indian or, generically, a black. The “Conservative” Party has plenty of black, brown and even Chinese MPs now. It was that and her obvious disdain for real British or English people, and her plain unfitness to be a Cabinet minister. I mean, Diane Abbott was let go from the Home Office when she was a graduate trainee, so how would she be any good at running the whole show?
Not that Diane Abbott is the only deadhead near the top in Labour. Here’s another one, Dawn Butler:
When you look at the above, you see (if not blinded by political correctness) how it is that African and West Indian societies are so chaotic and poorly-run. British voters did not want that; nor the corruption and freeloading (and hypocrisy) that go along with that:
As previously blogged about, Labour emerged from the struggles of the (mainly) Northern English, Scottish and Welsh industrial proletariat. That colouration, socially, economically, even geographically carried on even unto the years of Blair and Brown. After those years, certainly after 2010, Labour’s nature changed. From being a mainly Northern/Scottish/Welsh trade-union orientated, community-orientated semi-socialist or Social Democratic party, it became a party strongest in a few urban centres such as London and Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool. It became increasingly a party of public sector employees and/or managers, and/or of Pakistani, black and other non-white persons and “communities”.
We have seen that Labour simply abandoned its original British (real British) voters. The scandal of non-whites (mainly Pakistanis) abusing young wayward or “mal gardees” white girls, with Labour and its closely-connected Common Purpose quasi-freemasonry covering it all up. The way in which, even before the 2010 General Election, “Labour” MPs were trailing the same kind of cruel or callous policies as were Iain Dunce Duncan Smith and Esther McVey.
I saw, among others, John Woodcock, Caroline Flint, Gloria de Piero, Tristram Hunt and others talking on TV as if “welfare” (social security) cuts were both necessary and unavoidable. More than that; talking about cutting off money to those who mostly desperately need it. The element of cruel humour was noticeable, even in, say, Gloria de Piero, whose own family, when she was at school, was entirely dependent on State benefits! All of those MPs were Labour Friends of Israel members, too. What a co-incidence…
Well, guess what? None of those named in the above paragraph is still in Parliament. Guess what? If you abandon the voters, they will abandon you. It might not happen overnight, but it will happen. Mass immigration has been encouraged, colluded at, ignored otherwise by all three System parties, for 70 years, but Labour most obviously. That was not the doing of Corbyn; most of it, that happened under Labour, happened under Blair and Brown. The Jewess Barbara Roche (she lost her own seat because of it and has been unable to find another one) was behind much of it, quite deliberately importing as many and as “diverse” a mob of migrant-invaders as possible, with the express aim of destroying Britain’s racial, national and cultural foundations.
For a long time, inertia held Labour together, both as a party and as a party for which people would vote. Finally, again not overnight, but very clearly, the voters just gave up on Labour. Not all (yet), but enough to gift the unmeritorious Conservatives the biggest (and least deserved) electoral victory in a generation. The Labour voters did not move, the majority of them, to the Conservatives, or anywhere else. Many, very many, voted with their feet and stayed at home. Look:
Basically, about 600,000 former Labour voters defected to the Conservative Party, a similar number to the LibDems, about 300,000 to Brexit Party, but about 1,200,000 former Labour voters did not vote at all.
The Conservative vote only increased by about 1 point over that of 2017, but the Labour vote sank by 8 points.
Labour’s problem is not really one of policy, not even one of leadership, certainly not one of “institutional “antisemitism” (and after all, I should know!), but one of overall relevance. The people, though unconsciously, want some kind of social nationalism, but Labour is offering —near enough— open borders, more migration-invasion, no clarity in industrial strategy, no clarity on matters such as Basic Income, State benefits, pay, overall socio-economic goals etc.
What about “free speech”? So far, all five new Labour leadership candidates have signed up to the Jews’ demands to curb it even further. We have seen how Labour has failed to speak up for those suffering repression, or who are prisoners of conscience, e.g. persecuted satirical singer-songwriter Alison Chabloz. Her own MP until the recent General Election, Ruth George, ignored Alison’s plight, while also backing down after at first speaking up about Israeli/Jew interference in the Labour party:
Labour is trying to reconcile two or even three blocs of voters at once:
traditional English and Welsh “working class” voters (the Scottish ones have mostly gone forever);
the “blacks and browns” etc;
the public service workers and bureaucrats.
I do not think that Labour can reconcile, let alone unite, those groups. The rhetoric about “our communities” and “uniting the people” rings hollow. The “communities” are often mutually-antagonistic, for example. As for “uniting” “the people”, one has to ask “what people?” Britain is split into many groupings now. There is no one people or nation. Prince Harry and the Royal Mulatta have surely highlighted that. He’s off to North America with the mulatta, her dogs, and as much loot as they can carry and hang on to, at least until she kicks him out or he “offs” himself. Symptomatic…
A great charismatic leader in the Adolf Hitler mould might be able to reconcile all the elements of modern Britain, at least sufficiently to get the power to expel or restrain those inimical to the evolving real British, but Labour certainly has no-one who can even pretend to go beyond mediocrity.
Labour’s one hope is that, as older (almost-all Conservative-voting) voters die off, and as young voters come on-stream, the demographics will favour Labour. Had only 18-24 y o voters voted at the recent General Election, there would be no Conservative MPs at all, and about 500 or more Labour ones.
However, no-one knows what events may change politics between now and 2024 or even (a significant year) 2022. In 1928, the NSDAP and Hitler got only 2.6% in Germany, nationally. By 1932, that had grown to 33% and by the following year to 44%.
At present, the voters only have a System “three main parties” choice. Tony Blair had advisers who told him that he could go semi-Conservative, import millions of immigrants, because “where will they [Labour voters] go?” Well, now we know: away from Labour, even if that means sitting at home and watching trash TV instead of voting. The “leader” (snake oil promoter) of the “Brexit Party” betrayed his own party, its candidates, members and voters. What if another leader, of another party just formed, did not sell out, but crusaded for and perhaps to victory? It might be that discontented former Labour and other voters, non-voters too (a third of those eligible did not vote either in 2017 or 2019), might sweep such a leader to supreme power. Never say never.
I suspect that the judge, in the case reported below, had some sympathy for the defendant. So do I. There is far too much anti-social behaviour around, and the police are usually not very useful. I think that the lady in question was quite right, in the circumstances.
The newspapers in a flurry because Rebecca Long-Bailey seems to be in the lead, ahead of ex-DPP Keir Starmer. As already blogged, I have little time for any of the candidates, but the two I most want binned and humiliated are Jess Phillips and Lisa Nandy. Overall, Rebecca Long-Bailey is probably the best from a policy point of view at least, but in a terribly poor field.
That is an interesting graphic. From it can be seen Labour’s haemorrhage of support quite clearly.
The Conservatives stood firm, gaining few new voters but still more than they lost; more Brexit Leavers migrating Lab to Con than Brexit Remainers migrating Con to LibDem.
The 4-point upswing in the LibDem popular vote is seen to be entirely Remainer dissidents from both Lab and Con, together with some 2017-non-voting Remainers.
While Labour did lose former (2017) voters, i.e. Leave supporters, to both Conservative Party and Brexit Party, and almost as many Remain supporters to the LibDems, almost as many former Labour voters as all of those defectors simply did not vote at all in 2019. What is especially interesting is that those former Labour voters who did not vote at all in 2019 were split about 50-50 between Remain and Leave.
What that means, to me, is that a very great number of people who used to vote Labour found it unsuitable in 2019 not because it was pro or anti the EU, but for other reasons. We are talking about somewhere in the region of a million people who voted Labour in 2017 but who did not vote at all in 2019. About 2.7 million fewer people voted Labour in 2019 as compared to 2017. Almost half of of those did not vote at all in 2019. So at least a million, maybe nearly 1,250,000.
What do these dynamics mean for the short or medium term? One problem is that we do not know all of the facts. Some former Labour voters defected to the Con Party or Brexit Party because those voters supported Brexit, but others obviously could not support Con Party or Brexit Party for other reasons. They at least could perhaps be called “social national” voters without a home. 500,000-600,000 people.
Brexit, even if probably in a messed-up, disorganized way, is going ahead. Remain is a dead duck politically. Brexit will not be a factor in the next general election, except in residual ways. That means that, inter alia, the LibDems are toast.
About a third of the new 2019 LibDem voters were Remainers who were previously Con, Lab or non-voting. Now that Brexit is set to leave the political agenda, at least as an In/Out question, those voters will ebb away. At the same time, the concentrations of LibDem support in a small number of constituencies are diffusing, but the LibDems have no real national narrative to tell, while the paucity of MPs (11 at present) means that the pool of potential leaders is a mere puddle. Finally, the proposed boundary changes and reduction of MP numbers from 650 to 600 will kill off at least half a dozen LibDem seats anyway. Result— misery and probable annihilation.
I admit that I have been predicting LibDem annihilation for 9+ years, but in my defence I can only plead that I underestimated the stupidity of the electorate or some of it. I also underestimated the effect of the UK’s effectively rigged political system. Where else but to the LibDems could the voters go if unwilling to vote Con or Lab? Only to UKIP or Brexit Party. Controlled opposition. I do think, now, that the fateful hour is approaching for LibDemmery. Their vague “centrism” and “let’s all be nice in society” messaging rang very hollow after the terrible things done by the Con Coalition, in which now-binned Jo Swinson was a junior minister.
The Con Coalition killed the LibDems, or rather mortally-wounded them. The LibDems are slowly dying from the effects of 2010-2015.
The frontrunner for next LibDem leader is Ed Davey, who was a Cabinet minister in the Con Coalition. Not really likely to revive the LibDems, though a more substantial figure than Jo Swinson (whose recent elevation to the Lords, after having been chucked out by the voters of her Commons constituency, has probably irritated voters generally even more). Looking at the other LibDem MPs, one sees the problem in finding even a halfway-suitable leader!
Another point to remember is that the turnout in 2019 was about 67%. Nearly 33% of eligible voters (in round figures, about 16 million people) did not vote. There are yet others who are eligible but who are not registered. Could there be a political position that would attract the allegiance of that 16M-strong or maybe 20M-strong bloc?
Interesting to see that the Greens, though basically a joke-party, managed to attract Brexit-unaligned voters who had not voted in 2017. Seems to me that, in part, that was a protest vote against the lack of choice.
Labour is hopeless at present, with no decent leader in sight and policies which are partly-popular but also partly deeply unpopular (eg mass immigration laxity). Its traditional base is ebbing away and its new foundations in the black and South Asian “communities” are not so solid.
Labour seems not to want to turn to the truths that everyone else, pretty much, sees: such as that mass immigration has destroyed decent pay, benefits, and has crowded schools, NHS, prisons etc. Labour wants to say that “unions are the answer” when they were not even the answer 30 years ago!
What about the Conservatives? Their new seats are not theirs by tradition or custom. The roots are very shallow. They are a government by default, who won the recent General Election by default. Labour might have had a chance were it not for the Jew-dominated hate barrage put up over 4 years and intensified during the campaign. However, that was only part of the story. The other part was Labour as it actually is. Diane Abbott as proposed Home Secretary? A West Indian woman who scarcely knows what day it is, who cannot put the right shoe on the right foot, who cannot add up…it just goes on! Oh, and who has made plain her hatred for the British people again and again.
Labour just did not look like a credible government. Even compared to Boris-idiot’s “Conservatives”. It did not hit hard enough against the Israel lobby that was behind the anti-Labour msm barrage either. Since the campaign and election, one of the sinister “Campaign Against Antisemitism” bastards, one Joe Glasman, even posted a triumphalist clip (he looked drugged or drunken) on Twitter (it is deleted now, I read) in which he admitted that the Jews beat Labour through msm links, “spies and intel” and a relentless focus on negative attacks on Corbyn especially. Indeed, he revelled in “his” victory.
The Conservative victory was won without having had to oppose a credible opponent (made still less credible by the Jewish-lobby publicity campaign and by its own flaws). Another factor was the weaponization of Brexit. 52% wanted Brexit in 2016 and even if the mismanagement etc had reduced that to perhaps 45% or 50% by December 2019, that 45%-50% was still more than the Conservative voting intention of earlier in the year, that stood in the 35%-40% range. It was that Brexit factor that augmented the Conservative lead.
2022/2024? Completely open. If a social national party exists by then, it might gain huge support. True, the political system is rigged via FPTP voting, carefully-drawn constituency boundaries etc, not to mention the msm, but if such a party has elections as a stratagem, not an end, such a party might still triumph eventually via other roads to glory…
An enemy of the truly European future
In a 1000 years (perhaps much sooner), there will be no such thing as a black, asian or white person. Humans are travelling and mixing in ever greater numbers. And then getting down with it. It's only a matter of time before we are all an obvious mix of races. A good thing to!
The Coudenhove-Kalergi idea again. How anyone could believe that a white Northern European population is less creative and has fewer evolutionary possibilities than, say, the populations of Nigeria, Congo, Brazil etc is hard to understand except in terms of multikulti brainwashing. Judge the trees by their fruits.
It would also be good if scientists who tweet could use “too” and not “to” when they mean “too”…
Ah, mystery solved. Our “scientist” is a former lifeguard and waiter, who later worked in IT and is now a lecturer at a couple of former polytechnics:
That last tweet hits the nail on the head. “He who would be first must be the servant of all”. The Queen understands that, at least in principle, but the younger royals feel only the entitlement, not the obligation. Some were always like that, of course. Princess Margaret. Prince Andrew. Edward Fag-End (as the Anglo-Saxons might have named him). Now we have this pair of msm “celebrities”.
An older sort of monarchy would have loaded their camels with gold (if they were lucky) and then banished them forever to a far kingdom. I suppose that, in a sense, that is what was done with Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson after 1936.
This marriage has tarnished the whole concept of British Royalty in a way never done before, certainly not so openly.
Update, 8 February 2021
Looking at the above blog post a year on in time, I think that it has held up well. Even the fact that the idea to reduce MP numbers from 650 to 600 in time for the next General Election has been binned changes little. The LibDems are still a dead duck, in my view.