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By David Vance On June 26th, 2017 at 9:15 am

This will cause grade one butt hurt amongst liberals.

Donald Trump has not hosted an iftar dinner during Ramadan, breaking a nearly 20-year tradition. Despite events held by previous administrations from across the political divide, this year’s Ramadan – which began on 26 May – passed nearly unobserved by the White House. It was marked only by a statement published late on Saturday afternoon, coinciding with the end of the holy month.

Gosh – he broke a …20 year tradition. The sheer horror of it!  I imagine this will anger some Muslims. Hang on, they are alread angry. Gotta love the way the Left wing media slyly wangle in the suggestion that Thomas Jefferson first introduced this in 1805, then omit the fact that it was not repeated for almost 200 years. Given Islam’s existential threat to liberty everywhere, Trump has made the right move. I am sure the entire dhimmfied media establishment will be in tears. If so, good.


By David Vance On June 26th, 2017 at 8:59 am

Meet Michael Adebolajo. He’s the vermin who murdered Lee Rigby and is ‘radicalising’ inmates in prison  and has been called the most dangerous prisoner in Britain but staff say they lack the resources to tackle the growing problem.

Home-grown Islamic extremist Michael Adebolajo, 31, has been ‘brainwashing’ other inmates and has been branded ‘violent, unpredictable and a major danger to other prisoners.’ Adebolajo is inspired by ISIS and prison sources say that he has radicalised dozens of other prisoners at HMP Frankland in County Durham

How about 24 hours solitary confinement?

This is another reason why I favour executing convicted terrorists. Allowing these Islamic fanatics to spread their evil seems lunatic to me but then again “Human Rights” legislation trumps sanity in the UK in 2017.


By David Vance On June 26th, 2017 at 8:42 am

Let’s summarise where Labour stand on the issues.

  1. Raise taxes to a 50 year high.
  2. Confound Brexit by staying INSIDE EU institutions.
  3. Remove any cuts to Benefits.
  4. A 33% increase in Corporation Tax
  5. No commitment to reduce immigration numbers
  6. Renationalise Railways and Energy Companies
  7. Abolish Student Grants
  8. Lower voting age to 16.

In essence, this is full on Socialism and guess what, a big chunk of voters seem to like it.

This suggests that were there an election called tomorrow, Labour would win. Corbyn would become PM and we would get the most extreme SOCIALISM in our history.

Quite incredible. It’s the young who are the stormtroopers in this seeming revolution, along with middle class social liberals. One year from Brexit, the UK seems to be going through a political seismic quake that will bring it to inevitable economic ruin. Perhaps that what is needed to educate young people into realising the NOTHING in life is ‘free”?


By Pete Moore On June 25th, 2017 at 7:52 pm

WHAT a prescient man Christopher Hitchens was, predicting how the false notion of “Islamophobia” would be used to smear and silence critics of Islam (and therefore Leftist cultural hegemony – me).

Just last week the hopeless, unconservative Prime Minister declared that “Islamophobia” is a form of extremism. She is stupid beyond words but that is where the Tories have long been. Many people have a perfectly rational dislike of Islam. We’ve seen it and do not like it. Therefore we are not prejudicial but postjudicial. Speak your mind about these things as Hitchens did.


By Pete Moore On June 25th, 2017 at 11:33 am

CLADDING on 34 tower blocks across the UK has failed fire safety checks. That’s so far. The cladding should not be replaced. Instead, the tower blocks – all of them – ought to be razed.

The idea of people living in these things is vile. It’s time that these brutalist, anti-bourgeois monstrosities were done away with. Beauty is objective. It is conservative. It is hard to obtain and easy to destroy. Left wing architects and planners were allowed to disfigure the UK in the post-war period, running amok in a way which ought to shame us. It wasn’t only tower blocks but universities, shopping centres and municipal buildings too.

The small, the human and the local is beautiful. The soul is stirred by a small but loved home. By contrast, it is repelled by the very idea of stuffing worker ants into these concrete “streets in the sky”. Conservatives ought to do the decent thing for once and demand not only the evacuation of these blocks but their destruction too.


By David Vance On June 24th, 2017 at 6:04 pm

Here’s a live version of a lovely little sad song that I have always loved hearing. Dusty Springfiels covered it,


By David Vance On June 24th, 2017 at 11:04 am

This from Andrew McCann…

“Thirty years ago, crowds used to gather outside the South African Embassy (the country didn’t re-join the Commonwealth till 1994) in protest at people living in segregated communities.

In London in 2017, the principle of people living in segregated communities now receives the blessing of the capital’s mayor. Mayor Khan.

And they say things get better with the passage of time!”


By David Vance On June 24th, 2017 at 11:00 am

Worth pointing out that all major Political Party leaders will be attending an Armed Forces celebration event – except Labour leader and new messiah for work shy lefties – Jeremy Cornyn. He will be at Glastonbury, being worshipped.


By David Vance On June 24th, 2017 at 10:57 am

Having lost one third of its MPs at the General Election, looks like the SNP rabble are engaging in a little civil war of their own.

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to end her “vow of silence” as the SNP teetered on the brink of civil war about whether she should rule out a second independence referendum after the party’s General Election mauling.



Tommy Sheppard, the SNP Edinburgh East MP, became the latest high-profile figure to argue that Ms Sturgeon should not even consider whether there should be another independence vote until after the Brexit process is concluded.

Among the other senior Nationalists to call for her to withdraw her plan for a 2019 referendum are Kenny MacAskill, the former Justice Minister, Alex Neil, the former Health Minister, and Alex Bell. Mr Bell, a former special adviser to Alex Salmond, urged the SNP to “shut up about indy ref 2.”

But Ian Blackford, the SNP’s (dismal) new Westminster leader, insisted that independence was “not off the table” and Alyn Smith, an SNP MEP, argued the election result should not change her referendum strategy.


Sturgeon’s new line is to claim that she MIGHT reconsider her demand for a second Independence referendum in 2019 IF the UK Government accepts what she calls a ‘Soft Brexit” = staying in the EU. Sorry Nippy, that won’t be happening and with a bit of luck the NEXT time Scotland votes the SNP will see further losses as the Nationalist bubble bursts.


By David Vance On June 24th, 2017 at 10:45 am

Canada is a lost cause. PM Trudeau reckons that the BEST way to fight back against terrorism is…yes, “diversity and openness”

I am sure those Jihadi fermenting away in the Canadian caliphate will be terrified. After they stop laughing, obvs. Diversity and openness are the prime causes of terrorism, yet Trudeau thinks more of these values will stop it. Incredible. Meanwhile the Canadian legislature deals with the big priorities…

“Canada’s Senate passed a bill that places “gender identity” and “gender expression” into the country’s Human Rights Code and the hate crime category of its Criminal Code.”

Canada is well and truly….