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By The Troll On May 12th, 2017 at 11:31 am

A Special Prosecutor is needed

By The Troll On May 11th, 2017 at 8:41 pm

Needed to investigate why Comey did not Proceed with the Investigation into the Clinton Foundation.

There is a List as Long as Your Arm of people and Nations that had Business before the State Department and Donated 100s of Thousands to 100s of Millions of Dollars to the Clinton Foundation.

Comey refused to investigate the Obvious Quid Pro Quo’s that were taking place. These Charges of Corruption are still being made Today as just happened with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh….

When will we see the Clintons Held to Same Law as EVERYONE Else?

Bangladesh prime minister says Clinton personally pressured her to help foundation donor

While secretary of state, Hillary Clinton made a personal call to pressure Bangladesh’s prime minister to aid a donor to her husband’s charitable foundation despite federal ethics laws that require government officials to recuse themselves from matters that could impact their spouse’s business.

The Office of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina confirmed to Circa that Mrs. Clinton called her office in March 2011 to demand that Dr. Muhammed Yunus, a 2006 Nobel Peace prize winner, be restored to his role as chairman of the country’s most famous microcredit bank, Grameen Bank. The bank’s nonprofit Grameen America, which Yunus chairs, has given between $100,000 and $250,000 to the Clinton Global Initiative. Grameen Research, which is chaired by Yunus, has donated between $25,000 and $50,000, according to the Clinton Foundation website.



By Pete Moore On May 11th, 2017 at 7:18 pm

Literally no idea, but that planet-killing asteroid cannot come soon enough. Ladies and gentleman, our tax money at work –


By Pete Moore On May 11th, 2017 at 7:05 pm

DAWN broke with Labour’s magnificently ludicrous manifesto splashed across the front pages. This caused Jeremy Corbyn to pull out of a Big Launch at the last minute. I’m not sure what he and Labour were launching, but the press pack waited in vain for The Next Prime Minister. Sitting in traffic, listening to Nick Ferrari asking LBC’s political correspondent where Corbyn was, only to get a “No-one has any idea” back across the airwaves, is one of the greatest things I’ve ever heard.

But Corbyn did show up somewhere later, as his car ran over a BBC cameraman and broke his foot. Splendid job. And then we find this nugget in the glorious manifesto, something about a new port development –

 – in Birmingham. In the middle of England. Nowhere near the sea. A new port development. Only an Abbott and McDonnell tag team interview can possibly top this magnificent pile up.

Worryingly for Labour voters, there’s a month to go.


By Pete Moore On May 10th, 2017 at 10:00 pm

THE Telegraph claims to have got hold of a leaked copy of the Labour Party manifesto. If true, it looks like the Russians this time, but from around 1917:

The 43-page document, obtained by the Daily Telegraph, shows that Mr Corbyn plans to nationalise energy, rail and mail and will introduce a 20:1 pay cap for businesses. The manifesto says Mr Corbyn is committed to achieving a “nuclear free world” and is “extremely cautious” about using Britain’s nuclear deterrent […]

It also says that Labour will rule out a “no deal” Brexit and refuse to set a migration target, in a move that is likely to drive away its traditional supporters who voted Leave in the EU referendum […]

The party will also create a Ministry of Labour to hand more power to trade unions, stating: “We are stronger when we stand together”. Pay bargaining and increased unionisation across the workforce will also be introduced according to the draft plan […]

The Labour leader also refuses to set a target to cut immigration and instead pledges to scrap rules that force migrants to prove they have enough money to live and work in the UK before they are allowed into the country […]

The draft copy also pledges to protect the right to “a nomadic way of life” and support gypsies, travellers and the Roma community. It includes pledges to increase school and NHS funding, ensure prisons are “a last resort” and to only deploy the armed forces when “all other options have been exhausted”.

Again, if true, there’s no way that most of the Parliamentary Labour Party can campaign on this claptrap. The talk has been about a Labour split after its 9th June trouncing. I wouldn’t be surprised to see one before then. The Tories can save a bundle on this one. They’ll just have to run off copies of the Labour manifesto and post them to Labour marginals (anywhere with up to a 10,000 majority).

Best 3 quid ever spent.


By Pete Moore On May 10th, 2017 at 7:32 pm


“WikiLeaks would be happy to consider hiring James Comey to help lead its DC office should he like to properly investigate the US government.”

I have no idea why POTUS fired Comey. Yeah, there’s an official statement, but that’s not necessarily the real reason, unless this Rosenstein is a Russian agent too, obviously. This was a brutal, high-profile sacking, and the real reason lies in deep politics. I don’t know why the commies are outraged either. I thought they wanted Comey sacked. All of a sudden he’s on the road to beatification. Maybe a 9th Circuit judge will declare his sacking unconstitutional. Who knows? It’s crazy on that that side of the aisle.

Standby for big leaks from Comey stay-behinds in the FBI. The war against Trumpism will never end. Months of investigations have revealed not one shred of evidence – not a single, thin shred – linking Trump to duh Russians, but that’s not the point. The point is simply to drag him down and drown him in process.

Comey’s Gone With The Wind

By Mahons On May 9th, 2017 at 11:28 pm

The President fired the FBI Director by letter (an email would have been funnier).  I am not sure Comey deserved it, but he was certainly in a no win situation.  He had become a political lightning rod so perhaps a change was necessary.  He was in law enforcement for 3 decades.  Your thoughts?


By Pete Moore On May 9th, 2017 at 7:21 pm


By Pete Moore On May 8th, 2017 at 7:21 pm

I thank the Lord today for the gift of Brexit.

HM Queen has been a fixture all my life and I grew up with a dominant female Prime Minister. Now my country has a second female Prime Minister will soon greatly increase her mandate and influence.

The English Channel is only 22 miles wide but it might as well be a thousand miles.

Like millions of open-minded, tolerant progressives, I so hoped that France – backward, intolerant, conservative France – would smash that glass ceiling. Alas, to paraphrase Obama, they were not ready to elect a woman. Today millions of young girls have their dreams smashed. It’s sad, so sad. It’s a sad sad situation. We must look forward now to a female Prime Minister untying our bonds of shame with that land of misogynists.

Ain’t it so, Comrades?


By Pete Moore On May 7th, 2017 at 9:08 pm

NO doubt the halls of BBC HQ are ringing tonight with ululations of joy. And why not. Their poster-boy has overcome the handicap of an elite education and somehow ending up being married to his nan. Tonight he finds himself in the Elysee Palace.

As a moment it’s a win, but patriots should not be downcast. The culture is moving our way. Matthew Goodwin of Chatham House put out a string of tweets this afternoon which show how patriotism is on a long-term rise while social democracy (sic) is on the decline. Read them here, from 1 to 17.