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By Patrick Van Roy On February 20th, 2020 at 2:23 pm


By Pete Moore On February 19th, 2020 at 7:22 pm

I thought I was tough last week. The prospect of three hours in the dentist’s chair didn’t entice. The dental nurse smiled as I walked in and asked if I’m ready for it. That didn’t sound promising either. But it was a doddle. The local anaesthetic was so good I didn’t feel a thing. For three hours the dentist drilled and scraped and hacked and I only had an inkling as to what she was doing by the sounds I could hear. I even started nodding off at one point. So chapeau to whoever formulated that anaesthetic. Also, it’s your fault that I dribbled a load of mouthwash on the floor after. The nurse had to hold the cup to my mouth in the end. There’s a vision of days to come.

And now I see that a woman played her violin during the surgery to remove her brain tumour. Strewth!


By Pete Moore On February 19th, 2020 at 7:06 pm

Low-skilled workers would not get visas under post-Brexit immigration plans unveiled by the government.

It is urging employers to “move away” from relying on “cheap labour” from Europe and invest in retaining staff and developing automation technology.

The Home Office said EU and non-EU citizens coming to the UK would be treated equally after UK-EU free movement ends on 31 December.

In short, there will be no distinction between EU and non-EU citizens. New migrants will have to speak English, they will have to have a job offer offering at least £25,600 unless they are highly skilled or identified sectors have particular shortages.

Of course the usual suspects are wailing in anguish. The left-illiberal middle classes will no longer have cheap Romanian cleaners, cheap Polish waiting staff and cheap Portuguese baristas. The “care sector” will suffer shortages! Oh dear, some people will have to look after their own families instead of contracting it out to cheap Hungarians. Imagine the horror of maybe having to raise your own children instead of giving them over to cheap Hungarian nannies! How will they cope?

The cheap and easy living appears to be over, parasites. Time to downsize from two BMWs to one, and three holidays in the sun and snow to maybe just a couple. Time to load the washing machine yourself and to make your own coffee.

I predict that non-EU immigration will actually rise with that salary threshold. Government will come back to it in a couple of years. But that’s the point – government can now come back to it because we have taken back control of our borders.

EU countries might (probably will) reciprocate. Fine, no problem. If Britons want to live and work in those countries then they can get themselves suitably qualified and skilled and fill out a CV.


By Pete Moore On February 19th, 2020 at 6:49 pm

Even before they can start negotiations, 27 disparate states with competing interests cannot even agree the basics of what they want from the negotiations.

The 21st-Century is for the nimble and the quick. It will be very brutal on all those trapped in a backward, lumbering supra-national block.


By Pete Moore On February 18th, 2020 at 9:36 pm

Seven men (“Pakistani muslims” – PM) convicted of sexually exploiting young girls in Huddersfield “robbed their victims of their childhood and abused them in truly appalling ways”, police have said.

The two teenagers were “systematically groomed and exploited” by the men, who “viewed the girls as merely objects, to be used and abused at will”, according to prosecutors.

Detectives said the fact that one of the girls was targeted as she did her paper round “speaks volumes about the sheer depravity of this case” […]

According to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Usman Ali, Banaras Hussain, Abdul Majid, Gul Riaz and three other defendants, who cannot be named for legal reasons, were found guilty of a total of 10 counts of rape and two counts of indecent assault.

Immigration from primitive cultures has been a catastrophe.


By Pete Moore On February 18th, 2020 at 7:19 pm

The strong terrorist showing in the Republic of Ireland General Election has prompted speculation about a border poll. That might be a bit premature.

Less than a third of people here would vote for a united Ireland if a border poll was held tomorrow, according to a major study of 2,000 voters.

A total of 29% would support Irish unity but 52% would back remaining in the UK if a referendum was held imminently.

The key to nationalist success in a border poll is winning over those who define themselves as ‘other’ and vote for Alliance, the Greens and smaller parties.

But nearly three-quarters (73%) of those who define themselves as other – neither nationalist or unionist – would support remaining in the UK with just 27% opting for Irish unity.

The results are revealed in Northern Ireland’s largest general election face-to-face study ever carried out. Just over 2,000 people were interviewed across our 18 Westminster constituencies between December 28, 2019 and February 11.

The Liverpool University-led project was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council with interviews conducted by Social Market Research.


By Pete Moore On February 18th, 2020 at 7:09 pm

“We do not live in an ideal world, however, but one in which profit and consumerism are rampant.”

The Guardian remains outraged that peasants get to buy stuff and that profits are made by giving people what they want.


By Pete Moore On February 18th, 2020 at 6:53 pm

The country is under water again. It’s not as if rain is unknown in these here parts. The worst part of it is that instead of responding properly, with tea lights and “water will not change our way of life” mantras, we always get outbreaks of toxic masculinity. Ugh, when will men learn that these outmoded attitudes are not welcome?


By Pete Moore On February 18th, 2020 at 6:29 pm

Dawn Butler is Stupid. She is Lady Stupid of Stupid Hall. Who? Dawn Butler is a Labour MP and a Shadow Minster. She thinks that “a child is born without sex”.

This is anti-scientific, anti-factual claptrap spouted by a legislator. It is literally no different from claiming that the Earth is flat. Which is great, when you think about it. Labour has just shed a ton of hardcore, loyal, working class voters in a historic General Election defeat which saw Tory MPs popping up in places previously unthinkable as winnable. And Labour’s response has been to create its own vortex of uber-woke trans insanity. Even the contenders for the party leadership are wrapped up in this cul-de-dac of madness.

Labour’s long march back to government just got even longer.

Mike says Farmers are STUPID

By Patrick Van Roy On February 18th, 2020 at 2:41 pm



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