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By Pete Moore On September 22nd, 2019 at 6:02 pm

Less than a year ago, Jean Claude Juncker made a clear promise in the Dail that the EU will not impose any hard border in the event of a clean Brexit –

Today he told Sky News something different.

A hard border will return on the island of Ireland if Britain leaves the EU without a deal, Jean-Claude Juncker has told Sky News.

Let’s be clear: this will be an EU border. It won’t be a British border. It won’t be a Northern Ireland border. It won’t be a Republic of Ireland border. It will be the EU enforcing its external border. Therefore he believes that stop-and-check does not violate the Belfast Agreement, or that such controls are more important than the Belfast Agreement. It must be one or the other.

Today’s Funny

By Patrick Van Roy On September 22nd, 2019 at 3:54 pm

A Lesson for the Climate Cult

By Patrick Van Roy On September 22nd, 2019 at 1:55 pm

Here is common sense something Climate Cultists don’t have…. I give you Joe Bastardi ….. now that’s a great name. Ned Ryun at the end of this clip finishes it off nicely.


By Pete Moore On September 21st, 2019 at 7:52 pm

John Humphrys today lifts the lid on ‘institutional liberal bias’ at the BBC.

Two days after retiring, the legendary broadcaster accuses the ‘Kremlin’-style corporation of being out of touch.

He says its bosses ‘badly failed’ to read the nation’s mood on Europe and ‘simply could not grasp’ why anyone voted Leave.

In an explosive memoir serialised from today in the Daily Mail, Remain-voting Humphrys pulls no punches after decades of being constrained by rules that stop journalists expressing opinions.

The 76-year-old, who spent 33 years on Radio 4’s flagship news show Today, says he is now free of ‘the BBC Thought Police’ which has ‘tried to mould the nation into its own liberal-Left image’.

John Harumphreys sounds demob happy, having been a BBC journalist and broadcaster for 53 years. So he should know something, and when even a Remainer like him accuses the BBC of “institutional liberal bias” and of simply not grasping how anyone could vote Leave, maybe his is an opinion to be heeded.

But of course the BBC is out of touch, and that’s what will kill it in the end. Beyond its narrow political window and metropolitan social circles, it really has no idea what Britain is actually like. So it cannot see that its end is coming, a consequence of the country abandoning it.

An interview by Mr. Vance

By Patrick Van Roy On September 21st, 2019 at 2:01 pm

climate Panic Idiocy

By Patrick Van Roy On September 21st, 2019 at 3:20 am

Ahhh Friday Millions of little children worldwide were exploited in an act of child abuse perpetrated by liberal eco-loon “teachers” to skip school and protest Nature, except they have been brainwashed through state sanctioned propaganda to call natures natural cycles “Climate Change”.  The Sky is falling and the only thing that can save us is total government control of everything.

For the sake of the planet we have to stop all consumption of fossil fuel.

You all know the cure for their imaginary end of the world. They shove their insanity down our throats daily no coal, no gas, no meat blah blah blah pure bull. The Earth is in excellent shape. Never before has man been less effected by the weather, less people are killed by catastrophic storms, more people are fed with the most abundant crops and live stock in history, and mans comfort of living has never been better.

Yet it’s the end of the world…… but this is not the first predicted end here is a great article for those in a panic…… relax and laugh at these fools.


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By Patrick Van Roy On September 20th, 2019 at 8:39 pm

Guest Post by Paul McMahon

I made a comment to Noel earlier today about attending demonstrations and it got me thinking about a phenomena in the Spanish penal system which is probably not widely known outside the Basque Country muchless wider outside the Iberian peninsula itself. Every year I and a hundred thousand or so others attend a march in January in the Basque Country’s largest city, Bilbao, to protest against the Spanish government policy of dispersión of Basque prisoners:

The policy of dispersion means that Basque prisoners are scattered in prisons all over the state and can be moved at any time without notice. Spain is geographically the second largest country in western Europe after France and this policy often means families travelling hundreds of kilometres to see their loved ones for an hour’s visit. These trips incur considerable stress and expense. In one particular incident that I personally know of the sister, wife & young son of a prisoner flew more than 2,300 kilometres from Bilbao to Tenerife just to be told when they arrived at the prison that the prisoner had been moved from Tenerife to Madrid. The photo above is the symbol of the ETXERAT  (home) campaign which lobbies and campaigns to send Basque prisoners closer to their families to prison in the Basque Country: 

Basques Fight State Dispersion of ETA Prisoners in Mass March

Note that the campaign doesn’t ask for prisoners to be released or for their sentences to be reduced but to merely return them to  serve the remainder of their sentences in prisons in the Basque Country and alleviate the stresses and pressures felt by family members going on visits. Like most Basque issues this has divided society in the state:

Fate of ETA prisoners divides Spanish society

The policy of dispersion causes great animosity in the Basque Country where it’s seen as a policy of vindictiveness that punishes the family of the prisoner as well as the prisoner. In the Basque Country ETXERAT say their campaign is apolitical and centered on the prisoner’s families’ human rights.


So, ‘terrorists’ reaping what they sow or families being punished for the sins of others? 


By Pete Moore On September 20th, 2019 at 7:04 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

Summer’s clinging on, just, in Blighty. The wheel’s definitely turning though. It’s bloody freezing before the Sun comes up. Which reminds me that it’s no lie in tomorrow. It’s Australia vs Fiji at 5.45am. Then it’s the potential madhouse of France vs Argentina, all rounded off with New Zealand vs South Africa. I might as well start my fry now.

One choice of band this Friday night I think, and a good band they were too. The Cars were of their time, which is fine by me. One of the satisfactions of listening to music is to be taken to another time and place, eh? For people my age the late 70s beats most other times.

Have a good weekend whatever you’re up to. As always, feel free to share your top sounds down below –


By Pete Moore On September 20th, 2019 at 6:50 pm

This question came up on the BBC’s Question Time last night:

What does it say about British society? It says that it’s not involved a catastrophic war. It says that the murder rate is low. It says that our roads are relatively safe. It says that infant mortality is low – something almost all generations of humans would have regarded as miraculous. And it says that we have almost eradicated infectious diseases.

Every one of these miracles is down to capitalism and markets, because only capitalism and markets can generate the awesome wealth necessary for these achievements.


By Pete Moore On September 20th, 2019 at 6:34 pm

Thousands of young people have been corralled by the commie kiddie fiddlers into yet more “climate protests”. It was called bunking off when I was at school. What’s happened to their tiny minds?

Young people used to protest imperialism. Now they want EU imperialism. They once protested the state. Now they demand to have their lives impoverished by endless taxes and laws to fix the weather. They are utter, spineless morons. The spirit of rebellion has been swept away, replaced by craven surrender to political propaganda and humanity-destroying socialism.

To Australia then, for dose of common sense on these self-centered, infantile simpletons. I can’t wait for the next spotty moron to tell me about so-called “climate change”. I’m having his phone, trainers and lunch.