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By Pete Moore On November 12th, 2019 at 6:49 pm


McDonald’s workers are organising so they can be paid £15 per hour, get guaranteed hours each week and get union recognition. It’s only by coming together that we can make real change. So support the McStrikers tomorrow.

Grandad Semtex hasn’t lost the plot because he didn’t have the plot in the first place. He “supports” £15 an hour for flipping a burger. That’s 20 bucks, for those in the colonies. In Euros that’s ..  erm, oh who cares.

If he thinks that anyone has a hope of being paid a graduate salary for that then he needs to be sectioned. Corbyn is far too posh for a McDonalds. If he ever strays into one he’ll be astounded to see machines doing it in the near future. He’ll probably want them unionised too.

Let the Circus Begin

By Patrick Van Roy On November 12th, 2019 at 2:17 am

Wednesday the Kangaroo Court begins. So far Adam Schiff has not approved of a single witness the Republicans have put forth.

Let that sink in….. sorry your not allowed to present any witnesses for the defense. If I was running the Republicans team I would stand call each of my witnesses before the camera’s and as the Democrats object I’d walk out. Let them hold their clown show on their own, but no their’s no spine for that kind of grandstanding.

Instead they are going to play along and try to make a case in cross examination. I doubt if Schiff will instruct witnesses not to answer on national tv, but none of that matters. The verdict in this sham has been decided, they will impeach. The charges should be interesting but those don’t matter just like guilt or innocence doesn’t matter. A Guilty Verdict there will be short and swift.

Now remember Trump did a Quid Pro Quo, Extortion, Bribery even……

“You do this or you don’t get the Money”


Why ?

By Patrick Van Roy On November 11th, 2019 at 7:48 pm

This weekend the world marks in time the end of WWI. It has morphed over the past century into a remembrance for all those that have served in their nations military. Veterans Day, Remembrance Day, etc.

Have you ever asked someone why they served. Not in the standard casual question way, but ask them to explain why that person made the personal choice to sign their life over to the military ? That is what you do, you give the government in trade for something of value to you the right to sacrifice your life. Most who enlist don’t think it that far through, but that is the Bottom line.

Some join for the education, some join to escape home, some join rather than go to jail, some on just a whim…. I know why I joined. It was what was expected of me. Not of any over bearing demand. Family Duty etc or anything like that. It was expected of me because it was a necessary path for the direction I thought my life was going to go in. It was what I wanted. Hell I signed up twice. First time Air Force Spec Ops Tactical Air Control and Command.  Translation: you jump out of a plane hide and point lasers at the targets for the missiles to hit, but while I was waiting I got mugged and stabbed. Almost lost my hand. After working with my hand for a year I talked my way back in and spent my time throwing spec ops out of the back of planes.

It wasn’t my plan, but it ticked off a box on the path I thought I was on.

Happy Veterans Day.


By Pete Moore On November 11th, 2019 at 7:31 pm

The BBC: Is climate change to blame for Australia’s bushfires?

No. It’s Australia in November. It gets hot and dry there. So they have bushfires.



By Pete Moore On November 11th, 2019 at 7:27 pm

A man who admitted ruining a Remembrance Sunday event by setting off fireworks during a two-minute silence has been jailed for 16 weeks.

Stuart Potts, 38, let off two fireworks as hundreds of people observed the silence at 11:00 GMT at the cenotaph in Eccles, Salford, on Sunday.

Potts set off the fireworks while sitting on a ledge of a first-floor window in a nearby disused pub.

From insultingly short sentences for murder to 16 weeks for this. Reports are that he was squatting in a disused pub. Mental health problems might be a factor. The police stopped the public from getting to him, which is a pity because a good kicking would have been a more appropriate sentence.


By Pete Moore On November 11th, 2019 at 7:08 pm

Nigel Farage has ditched plans to take on the Tories in more than 300 seats, after what he said was Boris Johnson’s “shift of position” on Brexit.

The Brexit Party leader had planned to run candidates in 600 seats after Mr Johnson rejected his offer of a “Leave alliance” to deliver Brexit.

But he has been under pressure not to split the pro-Brexit vote.

The party will not now stand in 317 seats won by the Tories in 2017, but will continue to stand elsewhere.

Mr Farage said his party would focus its efforts on trying to take seats held by Labour, whom he accused of “betraying” its Leave-supporting voters.

So the BXP will not contest the 317 seats won by the Tories in 2017. It’ll be a relief to some Tory candidates with tight margins. The Tories still have comfy poll leads, but the BXP could have eaten those away.

But there are still Labour-held marginals which the Tories need to get. Sir Nigel needs to back away from those seats also. Regaining our sovereignty, independence and self-governance is much too important for egos and political willy-waving. Therefore the Tories need to do a bit of backing down also. There are a few dozen seats at least where the BXP stands a better chance of beating Labour than the Tories do. In some places, no matter how Brexity the locals, tribal blindness will simply not allow them to vote Tory. So Boris has to zip his old chap away and do the decent thing.

Anti-British candidates must face a total electoral barrage.


By Pete Moore On November 11th, 2019 at 6:55 pm

Evo Morales is a corrupt torturer and mass murdering bastard, but a Marxist one. So of course Corbyn backs him.

Not even mass protests at his corruption, despotism and stealing of the presidential election got him out. Marxists never step down. In the end the military had to force him out.

With Corbyn it’s always Marxist solidarity over democracy and human rights.

Tweet of the day

By Patrick Van Roy On November 11th, 2019 at 5:12 pm


By Pete Moore On November 10th, 2019 at 10:48 pm

The socialist crook Evo Morales has been forced to resign, his election the result of widespread vote fraud. I would hope that his friend Corbyn doesn’t get any ideas, but Labour needs no lessons in rigging votes.


By Pete Moore On November 10th, 2019 at 5:51 pm

Yes, I remember the thrilling story-book weeks 30 years ago when Communism’s grim, dark towers suddenly collapsed. I was lucky enough to be in Prague, Budapest and Bucharest when it was happening. I thought it was the end of that horrible creed. Yet now I see Communism all around me wearing new labels, from climate fanaticism to political correctness, stronger than before . Was I wrong to rejoice in 1989? I fear so.

 – Peter Hitchens