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Gates of Steel

By Mahons On May 31st, 2018 at 8:19 pm

The United States will impose steel and other metal tarrifs on Mexico, Canada, and the EU. All are large trading partners and allies of the United States. These trading partners will now have to retaliate. It is unclear if the President was on Ambien when he made this decision. Your thoughts?


By Pete Moore On May 30th, 2018 at 10:09 pm

I hark back to the past. I remember that when we were told not to do something the flippant (and common) retort was “Why not? It’s a free country.” You don’t hear it now. We know that things have changed. Sky and far-Left pressure group Demos have been surveying attitudes and they don’t like what they’ve discovered.

63 per cent of people think that life was better when they were growing up. The other 37 per cent can’t speak English and didn’t understand the question, probably. We know that immigration has been weaponised against the British people, that youngsters are ever more likely to not own a home that “public” services are crap and that a change will have to come.


By Pete Moore On May 30th, 2018 at 7:30 pm

Say no more.

Two illegal immigrants have admitted claiming more than £125,000 in relief costs by falsely posing as victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.


By Pete Moore On May 30th, 2018 at 7:24 pm

1) Never trust the Ukrainians

2) Most “reputable” journalists are simply stenographers, repeating what they are fed. The media, worldwide, gleefully jumped on the news that another “prominent critic of Vladimir Putin” had been shot. No questions asked, no facts demanded, and no corroboration necessary. They are just stenographers.


By Pete Moore On May 30th, 2018 at 6:59 pm

Give me strength.

Cartoon or fictional characters, like Tony the Tiger and the Milky Bar Kid, should no longer be used to promote unhealthy food, a group of MPs says […]

Dr Sarah Wollaston, Conservative MP and chairwoman of the committee, said: “Children are becoming obese at an earlier age and staying obese for longer.

Children are becoming obese because of bad parents. That’s it. I ate cereals covered in sugar but I never became obese because I also ate healthy food and was always kicking a ball around or riding a bike. The same for millions of others. Children are naturally energetic. They should be running it off. No, the blunt truth is that fat children have bad parents.

It never occurs to these statist dunderheads that the more the state interferes in our lives the more we lose our sense of responsibility. When everything is the responsibility of the state then why do anything for yourself?


By David Vance On May 29th, 2018 at 8:55 pm

Another day and more Jihad in the EU Caliphate….

Allahu Akhbar. Dead bodies on the street. Welcome to Belgium.

Note that the killer was supposidly “radicalised” in prison.  This is not in the least surprising. I am informed that here in the UK, in several prisons, radical Muslims run the wings and call the shots. They groom new inmates and gain their friendship, then their conversion to Islam. The shocking truth is that Prisons are fertile recruiting grounds for Jihad and nothing is being done to prevent this.


By David Vance On May 29th, 2018 at 8:47 pm

So Roseanne Barr has been fired by ABC for making a stupid joke for which she apologised. For those who missed it this is what she tweeted. It relates to Democrat politician Valerie Jarrett. (VJ)

Now of course this was stupid and the apology seems heartfelt. But she was fired anyway.

Now then, since it is important for the media to be consistent about this, and since comparing people to Apes is strictly forbidden, when does this guy get sacked?


By Pete Moore On May 28th, 2018 at 9:23 pm

Oh, not so good then. Everything that government touches, including censorship, goes wrong. Drudge has traffic in the billions per month. Someone need to be reminded that we have the web now.

Justice isn’t blind, it just looks the other way.

By David Vance On May 28th, 2018 at 5:22 pm

The essence of our Justice system is underpinned with the idea that everyone is treated equallyunder the Law.  The law must guarantee that no individual nor group of individuals should be privileged or discriminated against by the government. Yet recent years have seen some decisions being made that surely bring this into question. Just consider this.

So she pleased guilty to encouraging Jihad and yet she is spared a prison sentence. Meanwhile…and by way of legal comparison….

So essentially given a death sentence for “bacon crime” but a free pass for encouraging Jihad. What does this say to you about prevailing legal priorities?It’s not just a one-off situation that prevails in our courts as there is a disturbing trend emerging.

Convicted of paedophile crimes but spared prison? And this at a time when there is increasing recognition of widespread rape and grooming paedophile gangs operating across the UK. These are, factually, mainly of a Pakistani origin and so it is instructive to understand how our Judiciary deal with the issue.

In a further twist, AltNewsmedia understands that Anjem Choudary, an Islamist preacher accused of inspiring a generation of British jihadists, may be released from prison within months, and concern is mounting within police forces and MI5.

Anjem Choudary, 51, who was jailed in September 2016 for urging Muslims to support the terrorist group Isis, is expected to be released on licence in October.

So, just under two years in prison for actively urging Muslims to join Islamic State.Does that strike you as the British State taking Jihad seriously and sending a strong message that is will not be tolerated? Or is it a sign of a craven State crumbling in the face of a determined and ruthless enemy?

If the law is perceived to be placing one group above another that fatally undermines public confidence in our justice system. And if the law cannot be trusted to deliver justice fairly and impartially then the scales of justice could come crashing down. The rise of radical Islam in the UK is a fundamental challenge to our Establishment and the current response seems to be to give it a protected status, appease those who advance it, and damn all who dare criticise it. Perhaps the rise of Sharia Law in the UK is not that surprising when we see our centuries old legal framework failing to deliver justice for all of our citizens?


By Pete Moore On May 27th, 2018 at 9:14 pm

Will probably have to vote again. See how it works in EU-land?

See the thread for further details. In short, President Mattarella of Italy, acting in defence of the EU, has vetoed Prime Minister Conte’s choice of finance minister (Paolo Savona). Savona opposes the Euro. There’s no 5 Star/Lega split, but the president is clearly not going to allow significant anti-EU ministers and policies to come through.

It goes without saying that this is no surprise.