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By Pete Moore On July 21st, 2016 at 3:09 pm

WE’RE not talking Japs here.

Two Asian men tried to bundle a serviceman into the back of a car in an abduction attempt near an RAF base, an internal memo seen by ITV News Anglia says.

The man was out running down a country lane about a mile from the main gates of RAF Marham in Norfolk on Wednesday when the attackers approached him.

They threatened him with a knife before fleeing in a Galaxy car.

A pair of hajjis came at the Airman with a knife. He decked one and got away. Norfolk is quite unenriched. Two Abduls will stick out like a pair of, well, muslim terrorists up there. Not even the police can fail to come up with a result. Since our man punched out an Abdul in getting away, I wouldn’t be completely surprised if he ended up being charged with a “hate crime.”

A Future Politician?

By The Troll On July 21st, 2016 at 12:04 am

Here is another Speech from the Republican Convention. I put the full Speech’s up so you can actually Listen and decide for yourself what is being said and how it is said. I want you to be able to hear the real words, not some Democrats interpretation, or mine.

One reason you might want to listen to Jr here is he states the reason that Democrat Union Rank and File have by the 100s of thousands changed their registration in the Primaries from D to R. Those that didn’t will still in mass cross that Line in November.

Every Union except the Federal Employees Union has struggled for jobs and work over the past 8 years, and they know it would be the same under Hillary.


By Pete Moore On July 20th, 2016 at 9:15 pm

IT’S so hot even my punkah wallah’s flagging. No wonder real news has dried up, we’ve turned into Spain. Have yourselves a quiz then, and let’s see who knows what’s what. Here’s a list of the longest coastlines in the world –

1. Canada

2. ?

3. Russia

4. Philippines

12. UK

I know what you’re thinking, and I’m thinking it too. Though there are 11 cheeky blighters with longer coastlines than the UK, ours is the best because it’s a beautiful British coastline. Nevertheless we have to mind the gap. Which country is at no. 2?


By Pete Moore On July 20th, 2016 at 9:07 pm

THE new PM had her first PMQs today. Granted, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is completely hopeless, but it’s a daunting but of theatre. Apparently Blair and Brown both hated it. Gordon Brown was usually sick with nerves.

If Theresa May was worried she needn’t have been. She slapped Corbyn all over the shop –

That final line’s the giveaway. It’s the moment she gets a taste for pounding him, where she suddenly morphs into a previous female PM. Corbyn is the favourite to win the Labour leadership contest. The Tories must be praying that the polls are right for once. This one looks like it’ll run and run.


By Pete Moore On July 20th, 2016 at 8:18 pm

We now know how Donald Trump will take on Hillary Clinton this autumn – by framing her as a criminal who should be sent not to the White House, but to jail […]

Speaker after speaker has pressed the same themes: that Clinton is a liar who regards herself as above the law, that she is corrupt, that she is stained by a series of scandals going back 25 years.

The GOP will campaign on the truth? Sneaky!

While the Left kvetch over Milania they missed good speeches like these

By The Troll On July 20th, 2016 at 1:12 pm

and from the Mother of one of them Murdered in Benghazi due to Hillary Clintons Incompetence

Slick Pence None The Wiser

By Mahons On July 20th, 2016 at 12:35 pm

I suppose someone was going to have to run with Trump as the Republican Vice Presidential candidate.  Might as well be Governor Mike Pence from Indiana.

Pence holds fairly conventional views for a Republican in these times :  Global warming a hoax, the Constitution should be amended to prevent the danger of gay marriage, immigrants suck (unless they are his Irish immigrant grandparents), eternal war in Iraq is cool, and Donald Trump should be President.

Pence swam in the sea of talk radio back in the day.  I have to imagine someone is now listening to his show’s transcripts for golden moments.  After radio he made it into Congress and then the Governor’s chair so he has some experience in government.  He will speak tonight at the Convention, and people may start paying national attention to him.  Let us take a listen.


By Pete Moore On July 19th, 2016 at 4:59 pm


Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement is an independent insurgent group involved in the Syrian Civil War […]

The group has also received financial aid from the United States, in a CIA run program to support moderate rebel groups.

They just beheaded a captured 12-year-old child soldier in Aleppo.

A Good Speech from Yesterday

By The Troll On July 19th, 2016 at 4:44 pm

The Mistake By The Lake

By Mahons On July 19th, 2016 at 11:23 am

The Republican National Convention began yesterday in Cleveland, and was as watchable as a wreck on the highway.  It is strange to see the carnival imagery unfold.  One thinks surely they can’t believe this will work until one realizes that it seems to be working for them.  The sideshow of poor Mrs. Trump’s apparent plagerism of Mrs. Obama’s 2008 speech is interesting to those whose childlike innocence leads them to believe she wrote a word of it.  Or that her judgment has any meaning.  Trump’s bizarre appearance was, at this low point, almost expected.  Insane in the Membrane.  The main attraction, waiting for the new low, as he will no doubt try to bottom himself when he gives his acceptance speech.  As Mrs. Trump would say, these are the times that try men’s souls.