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By Pete Moore On December 8th, 2018 at 8:41 pm

Suppression of internal dissent

Check this armoured vehicle on the streets of Paris today. Check out the EU flag it sports – not a French flag, but an EU flag.

It’s an armoured vehicle of the European Gendarmerie Force, “a European intervention force with militarised police functions and specialisation in crisis management.” All militaries exist, ultimately, for internal control. That’s how arrogant and detached the globalists are. They think they can run multinational forces on our streets and get away with it.


By Pete Moore On December 8th, 2018 at 6:21 pm

China has demanded that Canada release the arrested Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou or face consequences.

Vice Foreign Minister Le Yucheng had summoned the Canadian ambassador and lodged a “strong protest”, a statement said.

The ministry described Ms Meng’s arrest as “extremely nasty” […]

“China strongly urges the Canadian side to immediately release the detained person… otherwise Canada must accept full responsibility for the serious consequences caused,” the statement added.

Meng is the daughter of the founder of Huawei, one of China’s tech giants. Canada arrested her following a US request. She is accused of breaking sanctions on Iran.

So she’s Chinese industrial royalty. Even so, Peking is clearly furious. It’s as if she’s part of the club, a protected person. It’s hint to the very close relationship that the likes of Huawei have with the Chinese state machine, almost as if they’re part of it. Which is a very good reason not to touch anything they sell.

A Good Democrat

By Patrick Van Roy On December 8th, 2018 at 3:04 am

They haven’t even been sworn in yet and they are involved in ethical violations…… The next two years are going to be a blast…….



Ocasio-Cortez Threatens To Retaliate Against Trump Jr. Over Meme, Twitter Explodes With Accusations Of Ethics Violations


A source close to Donald Trump Jr. says that they expect an ethics complaint will be filed.


Socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threatened to use the powers of her elected office to retaliate against Donald Trump Jr. on Friday after the president’s son posted a meme trolling her on his personal Instagram account.

“I have noticed that Junior here has a habit of posting nonsense about me whenever the Mueller investigation heats up,” Ocasio-Cortez tweeted. “Please, keep it coming Jr – it’s definitely a “very, very large brain” idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month.”

“Have fun!” she concluded.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez


I have noticed that Junior here has a habit of posting nonsense about me whenever the Mueller investigation heats up.

Please, keep it coming Jr – it’s definitely a “very, very large brain” idea to troll a member of a body that will have subpoena power in a month.

Have fun!

The Washington Post


Donald Trump Jr. trolls Ocasio-Cortez with meme implying socialists eat dogs https://wapo.st/2RGmYfl 

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Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet came in response to this Instagram post from Trump Jr.:

Almost immediately, numerous political analysts, commentators, and pundits noted that Ocasio-Cortez’s comments likely constituted an ethics violation.

“It’s worth noting that the official House Ethics Manual explicitly prohibits the kind of threat that @Ocasio2018 just issued against @DonaldJTrumpJr for his refusal to support her political agenda,” The Federalist’s Sean Davis wrote on Twitter.



You accept Climate Change or we’ll Kill you…..

By Patrick Van Roy On December 7th, 2018 at 8:26 pm

France is upset that their citizens refuse to accept the burden being imposed on them in the name of FAKE Science, so the French Government has called out the Army to force the DENIERS into line……

France to deploy 89,000 security personnel ahead of Saturday protests

PARIS (Reuters) – French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said 89,000 members of the security forces would be deployed nationwide on Saturday, including 8,000 in Paris, where armored vehicles will also be out on the streets.

“We are facing people who are not here to protest, but to smash and we want to have the means to not give them a free rein,” Philippe told TF1 television’s evening news program on Thursday, revising an earlier figure of 65,000 forces.

Philippe said about 10 armored vehicles belonging to the gendarmerie would also be used, the first time since 2005 when riots broke out in Paris’ suburbs.

Reporting by John Irish and Caoline Paillez; Editing by Alison Williams


By Pete Moore On December 7th, 2018 at 6:50 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

Sad this came last night. As Paul McMahon said downstairs, Buzzocks founder and lead man Pete Shelley died yesterday aged 63. What a great band they were. Four working class lads who looked like they’d just stepped out of the bedroom, inspired by other punk bands, they thought they’d give it a go too. The result was a soundtrack to life back then.

Have fun whatever you’re up to this weekend. I’ll raise a few to a nice northern bloke who made some great music. As always, feel free to add your fav sounds down below –


By Patrick Van Roy On December 7th, 2018 at 6:43 pm


By Pete Moore On December 7th, 2018 at 6:39 pm

Moar popcorn

It appears that Paris will be the scene of some right fun and games this weekend. Macron caved this week, permanently shelving tax rises on fuel, but many are still up for a royal rumble.

LBC’s man in Paris just now explained that although those tax rises instigated the protests, the fever has spread out. Everyone with a grievance, from the far-left to the far-moderate, is making his way to the capital. So are the police and gendarmerie (they’re military police), who have moved armoured cars and what else into the place. I’d be tempted to hop over myself if I wasn’t busy keeping the British economy going.


By Pete Moore On December 7th, 2018 at 6:26 pm

A cyclist dubbed the “Brighton bottom slapper” who attacked lone women in a series of late-night sex assaults has been spared jail.

Constantin Barbutu, 22, donned a hoodie and rode up to female pedestrians, joggers and cyclists before smacking or groping them …

Barbutu was too “intellectually impaired” to cope behind bars, Hove Crown Court heard.

Judge David Rennie handed him a 12-month suspended sentence and ordered him to complete 40 days of rehabilitation.

The BBC didn’t have room to mention that “the Brighton bottom slapper” is a Romanian immigrant who can’t speak English. The moniker sounds funny, but he terrorised lone women at night. So we have to put up with mental retards with a taste for sexually assaulting women or Germany and France will be at war again, or whatever this week’s reason for the EU is.

He could be deported, but our economy relies on retards who can’t speak English but are addicted to sexually assaulting women, so best leave him to roam our streets. Have a good weekend.

Ho Ho Ho

By Patrick Van Roy On December 7th, 2018 at 1:48 pm

Take the time to enjoy the first 10 seconds at least

Uber and the US Postal Service

By Phantom On December 6th, 2018 at 11:19 pm

I woke up in McLean, Virginia this morning. I called for an Uber at 730am, five minutes later, we were rolling down the avenue.

Uber has had it’s hiccups. Not everyone likes them. But boy have they been great for the customer. You call for a car, you instantly get a quote, the app finds your location via GPS, boom, you’re moving.

The founder of Uber we are told started looking for an alternative to traditional taxis when he couldn’t find a taxi in Paris for love or money one day.

New York business travelers used to have a similar problem – the taxi drivers changed shifts right around five pm – the exact same time when many visitors and locals wanted a ride. And couldn’t find one.

Also in NYC, yellow taxis were everywhere in Manhattan but were rarely seen in the outer borough neighborhoods.

Traditional taxis long resisted taking credit cards, for reasons that I understand, but the customer increasingly prefers using credit cards.

So, along comes Uber, a service whereby you get a price quote in a few seconds, which finds you via GPS, where the drivers are more available in all neighborhoods , and where they only take plastic ( credit or debit ) and where they send you a receipt as soon as you get out of the car.

That’s a pretty good service. One driven by technology. But also full ” credit ” for Uber must be given to the traditional taxis who didn’t want to take plastic and who weren’t often enough available when their customers needed them. They are the true founders of Uber.

Yesterday was the day of mourning for President Bush.

For reasons that I can’t understand, the US Post Office gave their workers the day off nationally, in the busiest time of the year, presumably to mourn the deceased president all day. Yeah right.

Meanwhile, UPS and FedEx worked all day long, delivering packages all over the USA.

If I was a USPS worker, I would not like the fact that I got the day off, because I would not want to be Uber-ized the way standard taxis have sidelined.

Good job, UPS and FedEx.

Terrible job, President Trump, who signed off on the day off, and USPS.