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and over to you, Maestro!

By Mike Cunningham On April 20th, 2012 at 10:48 am


To the memory of  Theresa May, will surely stand tall in the list of those august beings who vie for the title:-

The worst Home Secretary amongst many really bad ones!



Surprised? Possibly. Alarmed? Almost inevitably.

By Mike Cunningham On April 10th, 2012 at 9:00 am

Ignore, if you will, the source of the following comments.

Also ignore, if you will; the tone and acidity of those same comments.

Now ask yourselves, in all honesty, if there is more than a touch of truth about the e-mailed points made by a British National Party author?

The latest victim of liberal oppression is one Liam Stacey, 21, of Pontypridd, who broke down as he was given an incredible 56 day jail sentence for making what the simpering liberal judge called “vile and abhorrent” comments mocking footballer Fabrice Muamba on Twitter after the player collapsed during a match.

Now no-one here at the British National Party in anyway condones the comments made by this young man, but we defend his right to say them. It’s called freedom of speech. Let’s remember that this ‘freedom of speech’ is the very foundation of our democracy. And freedom of speech is not limited to making nice comments.

People of Britain, wake up! You are sleep-walking into a liberal-PC Marxist police state. Don’t believe me? Get yourself on Twitter today and start posting something ‘inappropriate’. How long before YOU receive the knock on your door?

What next, police grasses informing on the things you said in the pub? People whispering when they’re out, just in case they’re overheard by the state’s watchers? This is exactly what the former East Germany was like. And if we’re not careful, this is what we’re heading for here.

And it’s all one-way. Remember what happened to another victim of current British ‘freedom of speech’ – Emma West. She was taken away from her children and jailed too. And all the while, not one of the offensive and violent counter-threats made on YouTube or Twitter by non-whites was even followed up. Let alone prosecuted.

We defend freedom of speech. Whether we agree with it or not. It’s what our forefathers fought and died for during the civil war; it’s presumably what we fought the Two World Wars for and it’s what we in the British National Party will continue to fight for!


A sample page from the regional BNP website seems to deny the claim for Free Speech for all as is laid out in the previous comments. It refers to a Muslim man who was charged with posting ‘deeply offensive’ language on a post about the deaths of six British soldiers in Afghanistan. Someone should explain to the BNP that you cannot have ‘Free Speech’ for some, whilst banning it for others. That is the price you pay for truly ‘Free Speech’!

Privilege in Parliament

By Mike Cunningham On April 8th, 2012 at 12:00 pm

I have written before on secrecy, both in and outside Government. I have written upon the iniquitous ‘Super-Injunction’ process, as have many other people. But never before have I read of such an appalling set of circumstances based on the actions of the American Government, and the CIA in particular, which are in the process of being exported into our own shores.

I used to have very little time  for David Davis, he fluffed his speech at the Tory Conference and let Cameron swing past towards the leadership, and he has voted alongside the rest of the sheep in the House of Commons, ever since. He has become one of the herd, he took the whip, and voted as he was told to, and therefore deserves the contempt of those who believe that an M.P. is there to serve his constituents, and not to serve his Party’s needs and demands.

However, I have revised my opinion of Mr. Davis, because he has used the only way left to a freedom-loving individual to raise matters which the present Government, as well as the last bunch, were trying to keep secret. Under Parliamentary Privilege, reading from Column 1445, he revealed that the CIA, along with the FBI and the American Government, had used ‘State Secret Privilege’ to seal the outcome and proceedings of an American court case, and in doing so had ensured the bankruptcy of a British couple. This decision also ensured that no mention of the facts were permitted in any British Court under Injunction rules.

And this, my friends, is the ideal behind the whole idea of Secret Courts and Inquests, of Justice hidden, of expediency, lies and deception which this Coalition Government is proposing to foist upon a slumbering population, all in the name, of course, of Security and Anti-Terror ideals! Don’t believe for one second the idea that the Labour drones might join a fight to delay or disrupt this deceitful legislation, because it is the same as their idea, kicked out some five years ago!

A very perfect ‘Gentleman’?

By Mike Cunningham On April 4th, 2012 at 10:38 am

We have to rejoice. We have to accept that there is at least one amongst we British who is of unimpeachable reputation, spotless character and of the strongest sense of moral duty; when ‘the word ‘moral’ is used in the old-fashioned sense of the word, which is of honour, loyalty and devotion to duty. How do we know that such a person exists? Well, we know because Ken Clarke tells us that he exists.

He exists because he can be trusted to be told about information about an individual which is so secret that it cannot be divulged to that individual. He exists because not only the individual who presumably is on trial cannot know about that information, his lawyer cannot know either. He will be the repository of ‘evidence’ which cannot be disclosed to anyone without an authorisation or classification which is above ‘Ultra top secret’, because we, the public, cannot be trusted to learn whatever has been learnt, divulged, alleged or even dreamt of regarding that individual who is on trial! He is presumed to be of such rectitude that he, and he alone, will have to respond to lawyers and barristers for the Government when he receives such ‘secret’ information, with no chance whatsoever of holding such ‘evidence’ to account as we have done, in both low and High courts across this nation of ours, for nearly nine hundred years.

We must allow ourselves a small peek into the future, by guessing out of the lists of both the ‘great and the good’, just who will hold the liberties of such accused in the palms of their hands.  The first name, of course, on that secret list of ‘the best of the best’ must be that of our all-time favourite guy, Tony Blair. Who could argue against his inclusion in such a band of stalwarts? After all, we as a nation of ‘democrats’ allowed him to assume the mantle of ‘the leader’ when he was Prime Minister for eight-odd years. The former leader of the Labour Party, Neil Kinnock, must also stand high on the list of people to whom such secrets can be included. After all, despite earning the title ‘the Welsh Windbag’, he never said anything which could be construed as being dis-loyal to the State, partly because he never uttered anything intelligent or intelligible at all! John Major must also appear on our lists of those above those above the salt. After all, it was he who ramrodded the Maastricht Treaty through the Commons, presumably after reading it, and thereby cementing yet even further the iron grip of the European Elite (a.k.a. European Union). The list could be extended to members of the ‘Slebs Circuit’, as we all know and instinctively trust such stalwarts as  those who feature on the gossip pages and photos of the Daily Mail, but perhaps that may be a step too far, partly because most of that bunch couldn’t be trusted to keep their knees together, never mind their lips.

So, the ‘Consultation’ phase of the Green Paper goes churning on, but it is a very strange thing to note that the only senior politician who has so far spoken out against these ‘Fascist’ totalitarian ideals is the Deputy Prime Minister, who possibly only read the Green Paper whilst sulking in the toilets after yet another Cabinet meeting where he was once again comprehensively snubbed by both Cameron and Osborne.

Who? What? You have to be joking!

By Mike Cunningham On April 2nd, 2012 at 2:44 pm

A blogger I occasionally visit has a devastating secret to share; it seems he has ‘sussed out who was behind the ‘Pasty Taxes’, the Granny Tax and, for good measure, dredging up the Labour idea about looking over your shoulder every time you switch your computer on! He reckons it is all to be laid at the feet of various Whitehall mandarins, Senior Secretaries and the like, who determined that George Osborne wouldn’t know a pasty if one bit him on the gonads, pensioners don’t count, and they always wanted to know what everyone else either writes or looks at when on the Internet.

He also reckons that no politician could be as stupid as to pick a fight which they were voting against some three years ago.

Oh yes, my friend, they are as stupid as that, and more so!

his lies can’t disguise what you fear

By Mike Cunningham On March 26th, 2012 at 10:46 am

Unlike a certain member of the ATW fraternity, I am not a great believer in ‘Conspiracies’. For example, I am not a ‘Birther’, in that I accept that Barry Obama was born in Hawaii; nor am I a convinced 9/11 ‘Truther’, with the allegations about the Saudi Royals, the demolition of Building 7, and the stories that the whole thing was a mirage/CIA planned/the Republicans did it all/ the Democrats did it all; and all the other lunacies. However, I am a follower of Goldfinger, Auric not Ernô, I hasten to add; along with his memorable line when confronting Bond when he stated, “Once is happenstance, twice is coincidence, three times is enemy action!”

I write on the subject of Parties, Party politics, and how they are funded. For a long time, the funding of the two major Parties has been diverse and divergent; Labour relying almost exclusively upon Unions for the millions they get, plus the automatic docking from Union members pay for their Party subs, and the Tories on large donations from wealthy people whose politics coincide with those of the Tory Party, bolstered by the membership fees of the Constituency Parties. A further source for the Labour Party has been the money the Unions received from Government (tax-payer ) funds allegedly for ‘training, education and co-ordination’, the same cash of course organised by Labour when last in power.

They, collectively of course the major Parties, are all in favour of ‘State funding’ of political parties, meaning that we the taxpayer would have to pay them to screw us all, when all we do right now is to pay for everything else.  What they don’t want to do is lose their electoral advantages in the way politics are funded as at present.

One suggestion is that Parties be funded according to the votes which are cast, another is a straight-forward lump sum of millions, given on a pro-rata basis of MPs actually in the Commons. The possibilities are endless, and one can almost see the Party managers slavering at the very thought of getting their hands on tax-payers cash without actually bludgeoning people over the head, as they much prefer to do now.

Two things emerge which I, as a freeborn Englishman take exception to.

The first is the simple question is why we should be forced to pay for these free-loaders in the first place. If they want to go into politics, all they really want is to gain ‘power’; to ensure that the masses ‘do as they are told’ (all in the name of good government, of course); so why should we concur in our own enslavement?

The second is that once they get the cash, they will ensure that no-one else gets it. UKIP will be frozen out, EDL and the BNP will probably be outlawed, the SNP will be given four ‘bawbees’ and be told to shut up, and all will be serene in the Gardens of No. 10.

Convenient, is it not, that a not-very-well-known Tory is so carefully set-up and exposed on the subject of cash-for-access?


gifts & giving (chapter two)

By Mike Cunningham On March 25th, 2012 at 8:37 am


A Tory spokesman said: “No donation was ever accepted or even formally considered by the Conservative Party. All donations to the Conservative Party have to comply with the requirements of electoral law. These are strictly enforced by our compliance department.”

The Marines have been notified!

H/t Guido

pudding & pie

By Mike Cunningham On March 22nd, 2012 at 9:41 am

It is with much pride and delight that I present to you the newest and possibly the best Recruitment Agent that UKIP has ever employed. Yes, folks, with a single ‘throw-away’ line during his marathon smash-and-grab speech, George Osborne has set our UKIP phone lines into ‘jammed’ mode as literally thousands of disillusioned pensioners, the majority of whom have voted Conservative through thick and thin, are moving ‘en masse’ to swell our ranks, both as voters and as volunteers.

By describing the removal of the tax break as a “simplification” demonstrates that not only does the Chancellor not care about a large portion of his core vote, he wishes his contempt to be widely known.

As not only Cameron but also Osborne have demonstrated their specific contempt for the vast majority of their supporters in so many ways, we here at UKIP would state that we really appreciate that truth coming out now, rather than just before the General Election, where the two liars might have fooled a few.

and how do you plead?

By Mike Cunningham On March 20th, 2012 at 3:16 pm



and now it can be told.

By Mike Cunningham On March 18th, 2012 at 11:36 am

In a daring and audacious burglary, thieves broke past built-in security defences to raid offices adjacent to Ed Millibands Parliamentary office.

They were intent on gaining access to future Labour plans to revive the Economy, reform the Voting system, future knowledge of the battle plans to attack the limp-wristed LibDem-Tory Coalition Government, and the main planning to cement Milliband as the Labour Leader against all contenders.

Unfortunately, they found no trace of anything remotely connected with revival planning , or anything else for that matter; so they left, encouraged by the truth about the Man Who Would be Leader.