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MORE COMEDY GOLD….

By David Vance On April 11th, 2016 at 8:27 pm

The great thing about Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is that he just keeps on giving. As Pete points out below, Corbyn firstly couldn’t find his tax return and then it transpires that he was fined because he was late in submitting it. However, the fun keeps going…

“What isn’t disclosed is that in previous years Corbyn made a significant amount of income from offshore sources. In the last few years he declared £5,000 in payments from Press TV, the Iranian state television channel, and another £5,000 from Al-Jazeera, the Doha-based Qatar-backed channel. Not to mention junkets to the Middle East, South America and elsewhere worth tens of thousands paid for by foreign governments. The corporate tax rate in Qatar is just 10%…”

Let me be clear. I could not care less about the tax returns of ANY politician. This only allows these bozos to virtue signal. What REALLY matters is how they waste OUR taxes!

CORBYN COMEDY GOLD

By Pete Moore On April 11th, 2016 at 7:22 pm

I TOLD YOU. I told that Jeremy Corbyn, as Leader of Her Majesty’s Disloyal Opposition, will be the greatest comedy act around. And I was right. Every day is another day of disaster for the Labour rabble with him at the helm.

The Prime Minister has been on the rack over the completely fake “outrage” of his taxes. (He did nothing wrong or illegal.) Six days ago Corbyn weighed in by demanding a HMRC investigation into the Cameron family taxes, while also declaring about himself: “There is no problem with my tax affairs.”

Oh but there was a problem. His promised release of his tax return (spit) was held over for nearly a week because he couldn’t find it. Which comes as no surprise. He’s a shambles and dresses like a tramp. Can you imagine the state his home must be in? I reckon it’s as much a mess as he is.

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Well he stumbled across the tax return, probably under a pile of old Marxism Todays and vegetarian pizza boxes, and today it was released, and we find out he was fined a hundred quid for submitting it late! HA HA HA HA

That makes Corbyn a tax evader and a self-declared criminal in my book. Cameron’s as clean as a whistle while Comrade Corbyn was hiding a tidy pile under his smelly mattress. Oh, and that tedious old windbag Dennis Skinner was thrown out of the Commons today for insulting the PM. This is such a glorious reign. Please, just let it continue for a few more months.

IN PLAIN SIGHT

By Pete Moore On April 10th, 2016 at 8:20 pm

THE welcome plaque at the European Parliament’s Visitor Centre:

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(Lord Lothian must have been quite some moron, to state that national sovereignty was the root cause of the most crying evils of his time, when Stalinism was at its height.)

The EU has never made any secret of its purpose. That is, to abolish nation states in favour of one continental mega-state. It’s only in the UK that it’s been viewed (and deliberately skewed) as a club of seperate members, pooling sovereignty for economic ends. This view has always been a fairy tale. So Leo McKinstry is right when he describes the EU as “a federalist monster that will not stop until nations are abolished”, but he’s stating the glaringly obvious too.

Remainders want us to think that escaping the EU yoke is the radical choice. When the simple truth is understood, it’s obvious that the radical choice is to abolish your heritage, birthright and country by staying in.

An Enjoyable Series

By The Troll On April 10th, 2016 at 5:06 pm

I just finished watching the 2nd Season of the Netflix Series Dare Devil.  It is a dark morality play that takes place in the Comic Book Universe, although these aren’t the comic books of our youth.  Dare Devil is a blind Lawyer in Hells Kitchen whose blindness gave him senses as he lost his sight. He does not have any super powers per say, he can’t fly or have super strength anything like that. The old subtitle of the comic books was “The Man with No Fear”.

He’s a Catholic, and a lot of the story line is influenced by Catholic Guilt. His refusal to kill played very heavy in the Second Season with the other main character being Frank Castle The Punisher.  The Punisher just kills the bad guys with Extreme Prejudice.

The writing of the Series is excellent. There are a million subplots and a million subtleties with well fleshed out characters that twist you through a multitude of emotions. The second series was even better and more complex than the first.

This is not a Family show don’t know what the rating is, but I would put it at an R. Don’t watch with young children.

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SHOULD HOMOSEXUALITY BE OUTLAWED?

By Pete Moore On April 10th, 2016 at 4:18 pm

A half of muslims in Britain think so. In truth most of the rest do too, but aren’t saying so.

The ICM poll also shows that large numbers of muslims also think that men should be able to take more than one wife, that wives must always obey their husbands and that sharia law ought to be introduced. By the sounds of it only men were polled, but then alot of muslim men prefer their female relatives to remain behind doors and out of reach.

So should Parliament respect this culture, acknowledge the rich, vibrant diversity and outlaw homosexuality? Anything else would be racist, eh commie loons?

Me? I think that British and Western ways are superior. Compared to our (classical) liberal inheritance most others are primitive cultures. I know, I’m judgemental, but something tells me that we need more of that and less of that Leftist cultural relativism.

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PAKISTANI SYRIANS…

By David Vance On April 9th, 2016 at 2:00 pm

The left wing media keeps telling us, nay imploring us, how Europe must do the decent thing and provide sanctuary to all those poor desperate and vulnerable “Syrians’ feeling Islamic State. The problem with this is the overwhelming number of migrants are NOT Syrians. Did you see this the other day?

Greece has sent over 200 migrants to Turkey, the first wave of deportations under an EU plan aimed at easing mass migration to Europe.  In all, 202 people from 11 countries — 191 men and 11 women — were sent to Turkey from the Greek islands of Chios and Lesbos on April 4. They included 130 Pakistanis, 42 Afghans, 10 Iranians, five Congolese, four Sri Lankans, three Bangladeshis, three people from India, and one person each from Iraq, Somalia, and Ivory Coast, as well as two Syrians who Greek authorities said had asked to be sent back.

Comedy gold. We see Syrians fleeing Greece to get back home meanwhile Pakistan seems to be the primary source of…Syrians!

100,000 AND GROWING…

By David Vance On April 9th, 2016 at 10:52 am

It’s pleasing to see people power in action. A few days ago the PM announced he was going to spend £9.3m on a pro-EU propaganda leaflet.  And now…

A petition against a £9m government campaign to promote EU membership will be considered for debate in Parliament, after getting over 100,000 signatures. The e-petition was set up after news broke that leaflets would be sent out to 27 million UK homes from next week. Leave campaigners said the “one sided” campaign was an “outrageous” use of taxpayers’ money. The PM said the government was “not neutral” and backed remaining in the EU and it was right to explain why.

I hope this is debated in our Parliament BEFORE the abuse of the taxpayer happens.

THEY’RE OFF…

By David Vance On April 9th, 2016 at 9:45 am

I’m at Aintree today to watch the Grand National horse race. I have never been to ANY horse race in my life so this should be quite an experience, as it is perhaps one of the most famous of all such races. It’s going to be an action packed day and I have little doubt that regardless of the horses the Bookmakers will be the biggest winner!

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ATW FRIDAY JUKEBOX….

By David Vance On April 8th, 2016 at 4:06 pm

Fantastic energy in this song. Their music oeuvre is clearly derivative of The Who but Weller puts his own twist on things.

6 WEEKS LONG…

By David Vance On April 8th, 2016 at 1:40 pm

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The Irish people went to the polls six weeks ago. Six weeks on, still no Government. Isn’t proportional representation wonderful? If they keep going like this, there MAY yet need to be another general election. What a farce. The best response I have seen on this was from an Irishman on my Twitter feed who gave thanks for the fact that the Republic is without a Government!