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“HOW MANY FINGERS AM I HOLDING UP, WINSTON?”

By Pete Moore On June 19th, 2019

The dark clown show which is the British state sector sinks to new depths. The radical left terror is so great that adults are now kicking (polite and reasonable) youngsters out of class for stating stone cold facts. Stone cold facts that humanity has never, until these last few bizarre years, questioned –

30 Responses to ““HOW MANY FINGERS AM I HOLDING UP, WINSTON?””

  1. May we confirm that everybody agrees that there are only ‘male’ and ‘female’?

    The shuttening continues, in the manner of usual stupidity…..

    https://twitter.com/LivesMorgoth/status/1140898059121037312/photo/1

    MorgothLives
    ‏ @LivesMorgoth

    John Cusack Tweeted this only to be told by the entire Political and Media complex that he may never, ever criticize them or have these opinions….EVER!
    So that debunks the meme then I guess…?!

  2. Yes Pete, and the BBC has apologised now that the deleted tweets of this Islamist bigot have come to light.

    But let’s not forget how extreme are the views of the 160,000 Tory party members who will elect Boris Johnson by acclamation next month:

    “So dedicated to accomplishing Brexit are Tory members that a majority (54%) would be willing to countenance the destruction of their own party if necessary. Only a third (36%) put the party’s preservation above steering Britain out of the EU.

    Party members are also willing to sacrifice another fundamental tenet of Conservative belief in order to bring about Brexit: unionism.* Asked whether they would rather avert Brexit if it would lead to Scotland or Northern Ireland breaking away from the UK, respectively 63% and 59% of party members would be willing to pay for Brexit with the breakup of the United Kingdom.”

    https://yougov.co.uk/topics/politics/articles-reports/2019/06/18/most-conservative-members-would-see-party-destroye

  3. Crikey, Peter.

    This is the party that threatened civil war 100 years ago over mere home rule.

  4. God to see old fashioned discipline in action and a stroppy disobedient student being put in his place . Surely such no nonsense robustness by the teacher would win Pete’s approval, no ? 😉

  5. Yep.

    http://www.irishnews.com/paywall/tsb/irishnews/irishnews/irishnews//news/brexit/2019/06/18/news/poll-most-tories-would-sacrifice-union-with-northern-ireland-for-brexit-1644668/content.html

    IIRC true blue loyal Pete also said the loss of the wee six was a price worth paying for Brexit.

  6. Allan@Aberdeen,
    //May we confirm that everybody agrees that there are only ‘male’ and ‘female’?//

    What about a hermaphrodite?

  7. Peter –

    Brexit before party is not at all an extreme position. Some senior Tories have threatened to bring down any Tory government which threatens the EU’s imperium over the British people. That is extremism.

    Regarding the Union, English and Welsh Tories don’t want NI and/or Scotland to leave, of course. But they do want our sovereignty restored and they’re not going to beg. If others want to leave as a result of Brexit then that’s their call.

    We’re not European or Irish and won’t be threatening anyone over it.

  8. Regarding the Union, English and Welsh Tories don’t want NI and/or Scotland to leave, of course. But they do want our sovereignty restored and they’re not going to beg. If others want to leave as a result of Brexit then that’s their call.

    Understood Pete. But let’s not hear the Tories call Labour extremist any more. It’s not Labour that is prepared to dismember the UK and / or suspend parliament in the cause of a Little-England fantasy Brexit.

  9. suspend parliament in the cause of a Little-England fantasy Brexit.

    Yes yes…. the body governing against the vote and will of the people must come first… it is after all the empire’s way.

  10. Patrick

    Have you any understanding of the history of the UK and its tradition of parliamentary democracy, I mean any at all?

    Scotland and Northern Ireland voted decisively in favour of Remain. Wales voted Leave by a whisker. But England clearly voted Leave and it’s only English Tories who are electing the new prime minsiter, who will enforce Leave even if it means the break-up of the UK. And he is also prepared to close parliament down for months in order to ensure Leave by 31 October.

    I am still in favour of Leave, but I don’t think that’s an acceptable way to go. But Pete Moore thinks it’s just fine and it seems that you agree with him.

  11. no Peter I honestly have no clue on the workings or the details of the intricacies of the parliament.

    My whole thought on Brexit is A) I believe it’s the right thing to do and did so before the vote. B) since the vote as an outsider all I have seen is the Parliament since the vote do nothing except complain why it can’t be done.

    If Parliament shut down for 6 months the Empire would not grind to a halt.

  12. Patrick,

    If 52% of the United States population supported tossing guns would it be the right thing to do, constitution be damned?

  13. and I think if they do Brexit and as a result Ireland and Scotland got their independence as a result….. sounds like a dream come true for a lot of people that comment here…..

    but I don’t believe they will get that even with Brexit.

  14. Seamus, on June 20th, 2019 at 12:23 AM Said:
    Patrick,

    If 52% of the United States population supported tossing guns would it be the right thing to do, constitution be damned?

    If they went through the legal process to Amend the Constitution then shit… no guns.

    (you may want to look up what that entails)

  15. “If they went through the legal process to Amend the Constitution then shit… no guns.”

    And if they didn’t?

  16. Then there is nothing they can do….. constitutionally affirmed right from God.

  17. So 52% of the electorate should be allowed to suspend the British constitution but shouldn’t be allowed to suspend the American constitution?

  18. Johnson is home and hosed, but the Tories should be careful of what they wish for:

    “Donald Trump, and his elite backers in this country, are determined to create a political force that will disrupt our democracy, sever our historic ties with Europe, stoke race hatred and hand the NHS on a plate to US healthcare corporations. Their weapon is the Brexit Party and their chosen terrain is chaos…

    As it stands, Johnson looks likely to win, because only he had managed to establish a clear track record of racism, neo-colonialism and industrial-strength lying in advance of having to tone it all down for the TV cameras. But anyone expecting a “Boris bounce” thereafter is misguided.

    Tory donors, even now, are trying to stitch up an electoral alliance between a Johnson-led party and Farage’s vehicle. The idea is that Farage would only stand in Leave-voting Labour marginals and against pro-Remain Tories, handing Johnson a hefty majority because of the four-way fragmentation of the vote. But for that to happen, Johnson would have to start delivering what the new Tory faithful want, and what the Brexit Party faithful are obsessed about: he has to bash enemies, belittle his victims, lace political life with invective against feminism, Islam and political correctness. But I do not think he has it in him. Nor do I think he can assemble a cabinet that’s prepared to go along with it, unless he sidelines the entire centre of the Tory party and tries to run the government only with Eurosceptics and anti-abortionists. ”

    https://www.newstatesman.com/politics/uk/2019/06/conservative-leadership-debate-showed-true-scale-party-s-identity-crisis

  19. “Donald Trump, and his elite backers in this country, are determined to create a political force that will disrupt our democracy, sever our historic ties with Europe, stoke race hatred and hand the NHS on a plate to US healthcare corporations. Their weapon is the Brexit Party and their chosen terrain is chaos…

    What a total load of crap….. it’s our fault…. lmao… oh god that’s funny

  20. No Patrick, take the trouble to read the article (or even just the extract) and stop making a fool of yourself.

  21. No Peter I READ the first PARAGRAPH that YOU chose to lead with from the article….

    If it’s not what you were buying into you wouldn’t have lead with it….. That’s all I needed thank you.

  22. //everybody agrees that there are only ‘male’ and ‘female’?//

    We all agree on that. Only nature refuses to agree.

  23. //Yes yes…. the body governing against the vote and will of the people must come first//

    I really don’t think you’re in a position to argue about the machinations of the state versus the will of the people Pat. Were the will of the people to come first you’d have a different President from the one you currently have.

  24. no the will of the American People is to live under the Founding Documents of our Nation a thing called the Constitution, you know the document that Phantom mocks on a regular basis…

    They set up the REPUBLIC so that the major population centers wouldn’t have more say in things than those living in rural settings.

    That’s the joy of living in a Republic instead of a Democracy the mob does not rule a Republic.

  25. Peter –

    Why is it acceptable for Scotland or NI to leave a political union but not England?

  26. Were the will of the people to come first you’d have a different President from the one you currently have.

    Well done Paul.

  27. Why is it acceptable for Scotland or NI to leave a political union but not England?

    Pete

    The Tories’ official title is the Conservative and Unionist Party as I’m sure you know.

    If the Tories are prepared to abandon the union in the cause of Brexit they should have the decency to rename themselves as the English Nationalist Party and pack their tent in Scotland. Then they can have their Little England reminiscing of Spitfires and warm beer and church bells on Sunday. I have a hunch that you would be well pleased with that.

  28. The political struggle is increasingly not left v right but globalists v nationalists, and this cuts across both the Tories and Labour. The Tories used to be on the side of the globalists (and Labour may still be) but Philip Hammond is now in a minority in what is becoming the English Tory Nationalist Party. But it seems that minority will go down fighting against a no-deal Brexit:

    “Astonishing scenes at Mansion House tonight. Not the climate change protestors who interrupted Philip Hammond’s speech (though goodness knows how they got through the extraordinary security) but the Chancellor saying he will fight and fight again to prevent Boris Johnson going for a no-deal Brexit (though he did not name Johnson). He said:-

    “I cannot imagine a Conservative and Unionist-led Government, actively pursuing a no-deal Brexit; willing to risk the Union and our economic prosperity, and a General Election that could put Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street, to boot. And I will not concede the very ground we stand on. I will fight, and fight again, to remake the case for pragmatism and, yes, for compromise in our politics – to ensure an outcome that protects the Union and the prosperity of the United Kingdom.”

    He was cheered to the rafters by the assembled bankers and brokers. This City audience only a few years ago would have been seen as the bedrock and foundation of the Tory party. Now big money feels detached and deserted by a Conservative party that is set to choose as its leader a former London mayor wedded to the kind of rupture from the EU viewed as inimical by many in the internationalist City. Strange times.”

    https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2019/06/philip-hammond-says-he-will-fight-and-fight-again-to-stop-a-no-deal-brexit/

  29. No the will of the American People is to live under the Founding Documents of our Nation a thing called the Constitution, you know the document that Phantom mocks on a regular basis…

    And the will of the people in Britain is to live under a Parliamentary Democracy. So?

    The will of the people elected Hilary Clinton as POTUS.

    That’s the joy of living in a Republic instead of a Democracy the mob does not rule a Republic

    We’ve been through this republic isn’t a democracy rubbish before. Interesting that you are stating the the US is different to Britain but the same as North Korea.

  30. “The will of the people elected Hilary Clinton as POTUS”

    This is like losing a football match and then claiming you actually won because you had more possession of the ball. The election was fought on the basis of the established rules. Had the rules been different, the voting would have been different.

    And yes, there are only two sexes, male and female. There are, in contrast, an infinite number of gender identities for mentally unstable people to choose from.