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Bring em Home

By Patrick Van Roy On June 5th, 2020 at 10:59 pm


By Patrick Van Roy On June 5th, 2020 at 10:10 pm

Discussing the Race Baiting media, The collapse of lockdown

Try to engage, explain and encourage this crew?

By Mike Cunningham On June 5th, 2020 at 8:25 pm

Noticed any dead black men lying around London recently? How about Liverpool? Well, look harder; they’re trying very hard to state that this is a big problem in Great Britain and Northern Ireland: so they are holding this big waste of time Black Lives Matter protest in Birmingham.. Now, the Covid-19 Regulations state, categorically, that six is the maximum number which legally can be gathered together at any one time. As we can fairly state that not many of these time-wasters are closely related, excepting the usual Muslims who tend to marry close cousins as a matter of ‘keeping it all in the family’: we can also be fairly confident that they  are breaking not only the spirit, but also  the practice of the Law.

So what is the action stance of our Police? You know, the uniformed people who are sworn to protect us (although personally, I feel less and less protected as the years go by): the people who now routinely carry automatic weaponry as defence against Terrorists, the people who will arrest anyone (Well, nearly everyone) who breaks the law. I am reminded of only one man who fits the C.V. of the present ‘Old Bill’. His name? Pontius Pilate! He washed his hands over the fate of the Man some called ‘Saviour’, or ‘Son of God’,  and you cannot get a better definition than that. What could Pilate do? Jesus was probably innocent. The ruler suspected that. But here was a point at which he could placate an unruly crowd with little risk. He did the expedient thing. He declared Jesus guilty, had Him whipped, and gave Him over to the executioners.

As with Pilate, so with our valiant Police Services (Ha! Some Service). West Midlands Police today said: “We appreciate that today’s gathering was much larger than is allowed by those regulations, but we have consistently said that our approach is to engage, explain and encourage people, and we will only enforce the regulations when absolutely necessary.

“We put in place a proportionate policing plan for this protest, which involved a small number of officers in place to engage with the protesters.”

In other words, no enforcement, no arrests, nothing which most of us yearn for as a sign that the Police have developed a backbone.

Now if we had a Judge who both knew the Law and was determined that the Law be upheld, like they do in New South Wales, with Supreme Court Judge Desmond Fagan, and with a Police Force who were determined that the  Judge’s word be upheld: it might have turned out a bit different


By Pete Moore On June 5th, 2020 at 7:50 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

Before Elkie Brooks became Elkie Brooks she was a banging R&B singer in a band called Vinegar Joe. Robert Palmer was in it too. He went on to become Robert Palmer. But really, Elkie Brooks was, and still is, a great singer. So we’ll have some of that.

Have fun whatever you’re up to this weekend. I’ll be in the pub for the village BLM protest. As always, feel free to share your top sounds down below –


By Pete Moore On June 5th, 2020 at 6:50 pm

Since February President Trump has faced the Spanish Flu, a great depression, the Watts riots and the riots following MLK’s death – all rolled into five mad months. Disaster! Calamity! It’s a knockout blow- oh hang on:

The US labour market improved unexpectedly in May raising hopes that economic damage tied to the pandemic will be less harmful than feared.

The unemployment rate fell to 13.3%, down from 14.7% in April, as businesses started hiring again.

Firms in the food, construction and health care sectors took on staff.

In total, employers added 2.5 million jobs, with the education and retail sectors also recruiting.

Oh isn’t he good? The man who gave more jobs to more blacks than any president in the history of ever, who presided like a proud father over record low black unemployment, is still rowing that boat while the world gets infected and burned.

Carry him home in 2020. Don’t think of yourselves. Do it for the blacks, the poor and the few remaining jobless. They need him.



By Pete Moore On June 5th, 2020 at 6:30 pm

Another day, another reason to whinge about racism instead of addressing your own behaviour.

The Metropolitan police are facing claims of bias after figures showed that officers enforcing the coronavirus lockdown were more than twice as likely to issue fines to black people as to white people […]

Analysis for the Guardian by Dr Krisztián Pósch, a lecturer in crime science at University College London, shows a clear disproportionality.

Posch said: “Compared to their share of the population, people from a black ethnic minority were 2.17 times more likely to receive a fine and Asians around 26% more likely. In comparison, whites were 23% less likely to be fined.”

I see what they did there. The commie rag and an academic are arguing that fines should be issued in proportion with demographics. So if blacks and Asians are more likely to hang out wid mandem n ting innit, so spreading the Yellow Peril, the police ought to turn a blind eye whitey is at home. Nope, it doesn’t work like that, and I’m getting more than tired with this left wing bullshit. The universities and The Guardian, which always have the begging bowl out, cannot go bust soon enough.

Good Questions

By Patrick Van Roy On June 5th, 2020 at 4:00 pm

A Good Summation and the view you’re not hearing anywhere else

By Patrick Van Roy On June 5th, 2020 at 12:31 am


By Pete Moore On June 4th, 2020 at 7:09 pm

I’ve been thinking about race, society, justice and our moral imperative to care for one another. I’ve been thinking about the scenes which shocked the world and exposed the faultlines which separate the thoughtful and caring from the self-obsessed and the myopic. And I have to say that if there’s another spike in infections then this lot must apologise and pay reparations to society. In the event of another spike the NHS must not regard itself as bound to treat anyone who contributed to it. Yep, them’s the rules.


By Pete Moore On June 4th, 2020 at 6:54 pm

Yesterday the government has imposed a mandatory 14-day quarantine on all arrivals into the UK – but not until the 8th June.

Today the government imposed a mandatory requirement on all public transport passengers to wear a face mask – but not until 15th June.

I’ve suspected for a while that the government’s advisors and the bureaucracy decided to use the Wuhan Flu to show up the government as inept, always half cocked and late to the party. What is the point of quarantining from next week, four months after such things should have been done, to travelers mostly arriving from countries with much lower infection rates?

A week in Benidorm means a fortnight’s quarantine on arrival, a week on the beach and another fortnight’s quarantine back home. Goodbye all holidays and the travel industry. The eggheads have always insisted that there is no evidence that face masks help reduce transmission. Now, for some reason, they must be worn on public transport. No such requirements exist for any other environments.

I’m beyond caring now. Either go for herd immunity and good luck to you, or have a proper lockdown, including airports, from the start and keep the thing out. But somehow we’ve achieved an economic lockdown which has smashed Our Economy and a half-social lockdown which has kept infections high. This is the thing: whatever you do, commit to it. Whatever you’ll end up doing anyway, start doing immediately. This government has done everything, but late and haphazardly. The result is a petri-dish headed into depression while everyone else is getting back on their feet.