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By David Vance On June 21st, 2016 at 1:35 pm

A long time ago they used to say that lose talk costs lives. Ever since he announced he was standing for the Presidency, Donald Trump has endured an incredible amount of hostility – led by but not confined to the regressive left. Now this…

“A Briton who tried to grab a police officer’s gun at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas said he wanted to shoot the US candidate, court papers say. Michael Steven Sandford, 20, did not enter a plea when he appeared before a judge in Nevada and was remanded in custody until a hearing on 5 July.

He is charged with an act of violence in a restricted area. He had reportedly tried to seize the gun after saying he wanted Mr Trump’s autograph at Saturday’s rally.

He said he had been planning to try to shoot Mr Trump for about a year but had decided to act now because he finally felt confident enough to do so, court papers say.”

The UK media has been replete with stories since the murder of British MP Jo Cox last week. I do hope the pious Left who have weaponised her brutal death in pursuance of a Remain vote on Thursday will take time out to realise that their vicious ad hominem against Trump could have encouraged this lunatic who sought to murder Trump yesterday.

How a Leader Sounds

By The Troll On June 21st, 2016 at 1:31 am

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It’s Moving Night

By The Troll On June 21st, 2016 at 1:17 am

It’s Moving Night

It’s moving night, They’ve packed their things and spread their wings. Time to go where the cool waters flow, the flowers bloom, and all things are green. If you see a flicker out of the corner of your eye, or think you here a gentle sigh. Remember it’s moving night the Fay have taken flight.

What You don’t believe in Faeries ? Well I do after all I am a TROLL


By Pete Moore On June 20th, 2016 at 8:28 pm

Apparently the enrichers are going mental in Calais right now. Reports of riots, motorists being attacked, roads closed, and Africans chanting “F*** the UK”. How endearing.

Other eyewitnesses are saying don’t go near Calais, at least not with women and children. But there seems to be something of a news blackout. Either that or journalists have just gone on holiday. There’s nothing on Sky, and the BBC version is about a power cut causing delays on the Eurotunnel. Erm, they wouldn’t be lying to us, with Thursday in mind, would they?


By Pete Moore On June 20th, 2016 at 7:08 pm

BOOM: Will Straw is the director of the Remain campaign (and the son of former Labour Foreign Secretary Jack “the English as a race are not worth saving”) Straw.

Guido has come by a conference call he led yesterday, telling Remain campaigners to attack the Leave side for creating “division and resentment”. He advises that they should respond to Cox’s death, described as “the new context that we’re in”, by claiming only they represent “a decent, tolerant” Britain.

I’d love to know who else was on that call. I heard a BBC radio correspondent (didn’t catch the name) repeat the line that Jo Cox’s death is “the context that we’re in”, about an hour ago.

Baroness Warsi has ludicrously claimed to have jumped from Leave to Remain. No-one in Leave knew that she was supposed to be on their side, and today many pro-EU comments have been dragged up from her past. Interestingly, I heard her talk this morning using exactly some of the lines which Will Straw suggests, on a BBC which just happened to have a spare mic ready for the morning news. In short, it’s a made up story, yet another con job.

Brendan O’Neill’s warnings are proved more correct with each passing day: “The message is this: if you are anti-EU — or worse, anti-immigration — then you played a part in creating a climate in which an innocent woman could be murdered. This creeping criminalisation of certain ways of thinking, of certain people, is likely to have a chilling effect on honest, democratic debate; indeed it is designed to.”



By Pete Moore On June 20th, 2016 at 6:24 pm

I know, it’s a shocker, but we’ve carefully analysed the arguments, read the runes and, despite the likelihood of Nigel Farage going on to murder even more people, ATW has come out for Leave.

On the one hand we have Remain: Pay 150 million quid (netto) per week so that we can pay inflated prices for food, have 60 per cent of our laws made by unelected, unaccountable and unsackable foreigners, watch as any one of 500 million foreigners waltz in like they own our country, have to impose tariffs on 95% of the world and, oh, but we get to export goods to a protectionist customs union where barely anyone has anything to spend.

On the other hand we have Leave: A (regained) status and future as a sovereign, independent nation, making our laws for our benefit, deciding for ourselves which foreign Johnnies ges to benefit from living in our green and pleasant land, and trading with the world and our friends across the English Channel.

RESOLVED: This blog believes that there is not a single argument – not a thin splinter of an argument – for Remain, which cannot be comprehensively and quickly demolished with the application of simple logic and common sense.

Today is Fathers Day in the States

By The Troll On June 19th, 2016 at 7:16 pm

I wanted to post a poem or a memory in memory of my Father.

I just couldn’t find anything that didn’t make me cry.

Happy Fathers Day to all the Fathers out there.


By David Vance On June 19th, 2016 at 2:31 pm



By David Vance On June 19th, 2016 at 2:30 pm

I note that France’s economy minister has declared that Leaving the European Union would make the UK as significant as Guernsey. I see.


To recap.

Guernsey has zero VAT, it has 1% unemployment and 10% income tax.

I wish we were much more like Guernsey!


By David Vance On June 19th, 2016 at 2:25 pm

Interesting to hear the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, carefully explain that he does not believe the UK should have ANY LIMIT on the number of immigrants that come here. Here he is…

In essence, he is arguing for the complete destruction of the Britain we know and for the communities that once were solid Labour voters. For him to declare this is honest and devastating at the same time. Unless we LEAVE the EU, he is correct.