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By Mike Cunningham On January 30th, 2014 at 2:33 pm


Remember the old Pathfinder plan, supported and authored by the adulterous, lying rat-bag John Prescott, the former ‘Deputy Prime Minister’; where perfectly good, but old, homes would be knocked down and ‘renewed’ in places like Liverpool and Rochdale? The plan where Englishmen were forced out of the homes which they had been born  in, at the fad and whim of a lying fraud whose one real claim to fame was the fact that he had ‘WorkedforCunard’? That plan!

Well, it seems as though the Pathfinder Plan was noticed by other interested parties, and since then has been extensively modified and put into practice overseas, but with the small addition of mortars, helicopter gunships, artillery barrages and high explosive demolition. Check out the ‘slider’ photos. Gives a whole new slant on the idea of ‘a wider perspective’!

Who says that Prescott was just a fat waste of oxygen?


The BBC…..again!

By Mike Cunningham On August 6th, 2013 at 12:32 pm


Listened to the Today Programme slot this morning where the presenter interviewed Peter Hain on the spat between Spain and Gibraltar.

Now before I continue, did you spot my deliberate mistake? I used the term ‘interview’.

What we heard this morning was a blatant piece of Labour Party propaganda about an attempt to sign away the rights and privileges of the Gibraltarian people with the full agreement of not only Hain, but also Jack Straw, along with the smiling liar, Tony Blair himself.

Hain announced that he had an ‘agreement’ with the Spanish Government of a movement towards ‘Shared Sovereignty’, where the wishes of the Gibraltarian people would be ‘considered’ , but in reality would be brushed aside because Hain’s “African roots” made it easy for him to understand the strong feelings aroused by “a little bit of England trying eccentrically to cling on to Spain”. Hain also said the then-Prime Minister was “contemptuous” toward the desire of Gibraltar residents to remain under the British flag.

The BBC bloke did not even query whether Hain had any democratic authority to even attempt to usurp the declared motivation and wishes of 30,000 people who wished simply to retain their 300-year-old links with Great Britain, but meekly remained silent whilst the ‘Word’ came from the orange prophet.

My disgust for the Labour Party is well-known, but it is not as great as that aimed straight at the BBC.

No comment!

By Mike Cunningham On February 17th, 2013 at 6:17 pm


‘In October 1984, when the Brighton bomb went off,  I felt a surge of excitement at the nearness of her demise and yet disappointment that such a chance had been missed.

…………..before the private cremation when the body will be flame-grilled with gherkins and a slice of cheese.” Now that’s a funeral I would turn out for.’


A Labour Party spokesman said: ‘John made these comments many years ago and of course does not condone  or wish harm on anyone.’

Show me your friends, tell me of what they speak; and I shall tell you who and what you are!

spin; or bull?

By Mike Cunningham On November 26th, 2012 at 9:35 pm

In amongst the many words written and spoken regarding the removal of three children from a foster couple due to their membership of a ‘Racist Political Party’ namely UKIP, not many have focussed on the one term which creates, in my mind at least, a strange sense of foreboding.

The acid-minded Director of Childrens Services was, after all, acting upon her own deeply-held conviction that all people who hold any, repeat ‘any’ political beliefs which run contrary to her own are not worthy of the trust placed in them to look after vulnerable children. We must accept that this strange-minded harridan was acting in accord with her own ‘rules and regulations’ when she authorised the removal of those three children, one a very small baby, from this foster couple who had had the sheer audacity to take up and hold to a belief which was contrary to the ‘authorised and sanitised’ version, as laid down by the Labour Party, along with Common Purpose, naturally.

But the really disturbing fact which has yet to emerge fully from the dung-heap which is Rotherham Council, and their Social Services Department, is that the Childrens Services were ‘tipped off’ by an anonymous source. The questions which are raised by these few words should raise more eyebrows that do the rest of the ‘facts’ of this sordid tale. How did the UKIP membership of this couple become known? How was it verified? Could it, (the membership) have been cross-checked by an independent source? Are there members of UKIP in Rotherham who also report to a Labour Party Star Chamber?

Tipped off? The East German STASI would be proud to welcome this bunch as members, because they think and believe just as that disgusting organisation did.


By Pete Moore On April 26th, 2012 at 10:23 am

The heart breaks for Barry Sheerman MP. He tweets:

“Just had worst coffee & bacon bap in London at Victoria Station. Why can’t Camden Food Co employ English staff?”

This being modern, illiberal Britain, he now finds himself accused of the high crimes of racism, xenophobia blah blah. Not unreasonably, he declares that “I am not a xenophobe. I am an MP and I represent the good folk of Huddersfield not Gdansk!”

Yep, I’m on his side there, but what a cheek of him to be complain about foreigners serving him in the first place. Sheerman has guzzled our taxes, on behalf of the Labour Party, since 1979. For all of that time his faction has done its best to both destroy meaningful education and to promote the death grip of welfarism on society. For at least two decades his traitorous faction has been at the forefront of abolishing our borders while enabling EU occupation of a once-sovereign nation, giving 400 million foreigners as much right to enter Britain and work here as Britons.

This parasite has grazed fat on our taxes while all of this was going on, and he now complains about the service he gets from a minimum-wage girl who at least is prepared to do a job the natives won’t do because they’re trousering enough welfare to incentivise them otherwise. Barry Sheerman should complain in front of a mirror!

If he had an ounce of decency he’d resign. What he so hates is very much the result of Labour Party policy which he is happy to promote at each election. But that would mean falling off the gravy train and doing something respectable instead of looting us every day.


By Pete Moore On April 19th, 2012 at 7:15 pm

The scale of Labour’s wickedness is laid bare:

  • Immigrant population soared by 22% during Labour’s open door policy
  • During past two decades number of foreign-born residents has doubled

The immigration boom under Labour led to the face of Britain changing faster than any major nation except Italy, a study by an Oxford University think tank revealed. During the five-year peak of the influx, the UK’s migrant population soared by 22 per cent – double the average of G8 countries, figures from the Migration Observatory show.

Over the past two decades, Britain’s foreign-born population has increased from 3.8million – or 7 per cent of the total population – in 1993 to almost 7million, or 12 per cent per cent in 2010.

The foul Labour regime’s declared intent to “rub the Right’s nose in diversity” was nothing less than ethnic and cultural war against the indigenous people of our islands, one which will result in a social catastrophe unless and until reversed. I sincerely look forward to the day we begin to reverse what they did against us and seeing the perpetrators stand accused in the dock for their evil crimes.

Take your ice-pick

By Mike Cunningham On January 24th, 2012 at 6:50 pm

When it comes to a choice between two cynical lying bastards, We usually have to rein our minds, and remember that both Blair and Hain routinely lied for a living; both being senior Labour politicians.

But when Peter Hain states categorically that Blair sanctioned a secret deal which would have ended the three-hundred year British control over Gibraltar, I tend to believe the South African liar over the perma-tanned ex-Labour leader liar..

Knowing that the Labour movement deeply dislikes any idea that people who live overseas voluntarily give their allegiance to the British Crown, I find Hain’s story totally credible. I also believe that he publishes this sort of deeply-divisive story purely for personal political gain.

There does seem to be a motto or a saying relevant to this deeply-revolting pair; something along the lines of ‘when thieves fall out’,

Do…say, not……do!

By Mike Cunningham On October 23rd, 2011 at 10:53 am

When the leader of a Left-wing outfit called the Intergenerational Foundation called for older people to move out of their four- and five-bedroomed homes, he was of course speaking both from the heart and from personal experience. He just knows that, with a certain amount of tax-incentive, and the removal of Stamp Duty on their next purchase, thousands of elderly people would voluntarily upsticks and let younger families move in.

Oh, hang on just a minute, he wasn’t speaking from personal knowledge, or anything like it, he just wanted most old people to get out of their big houses, but not ALL OLD PEOPLE, of course!

What goes around; comes around!

By Mike Cunningham On October 14th, 2011 at 10:49 pm


It is a truth, especially about politicians of the Labour strain, that they place their friends in positions of authority, so their plans and plots may be fulfilled after they have  been thrown out of office themselves. So it was with the Charities Commission, under the female pit-viper Dame Suzi Leather. Under her misguidance, the Commission set out to change the whole scale of the Independent and Private Schools of this country. Because of her twisted ideals, they were in danger of losing their tax-exempt status because they would not alter their alter their selection methods, or give many more free places to ‘underprivileged kids’.

But after a long and costly battle yesterday judges at the Upper Tribunal (Tax and Chancery) Chamber, a division of the High Court stated that it was the Schools who had the right to determine their own policies, and not the Charities Commission.

So how do you like them apples, Dame Suzi?


By Pete Moore On June 18th, 2011 at 3:21 pm

The Guardian newspaper is on its uppers:

On Thursday, Guardian News and Media (GNM) announced that The Guardian and its sister paper, The Observer, had lost £33m in cash terms last year after failing to staunch losses that ran to £34.4m the year before. Unaudited results for the year ending 31 March showed that GNM’s revenues, fell to £198m last year compared with £221m the year before […]

Andrew Miller, the chief executive of GNM’s parent company, Guardian Media Group (GMG), warned staff in a series of meetings this week that the group could run out of cash in three to five years if he does not make radical changes, which could include up to 175 redundancies.

This is such terrible, terrible news. Well, it’s terrible for someone but I’ve just popped another umbrella in my beer. To think that a prime HQ of the Leftist power elite, commies, Fabians, terror supporters and other riff-raff might be going down the gurgler is cheering me no end. Hey, maybe we’re not killing gaia fast for The Guardian to survive. If we bought more polluting cars the paper might be in a healthier state.

“What are you talking about Pete?” I hear you ask.

What I mean is that The Guardian, home of Goerge Monbiot and a chief promoter of all things enviroloony is subsidised with the profits from … Auto Trader. Oh the irony, oh the towering hypocrisy of routinely demonising the selfish destructiveness of driving a car while taking white can man’s shilling. Another great subsidy comes from the working man because The Guardian is the state’s choice of advertiser for thousands of economy-killing government jobs each week. Even so, it’s looking grim. It’s interesting to see that whilst more debt and spending is the Left wing solution when it’s someone else’s money, at The Guardian 300 jobs have gone already in what would be the act of an ideological maniac if he was spending the taxpayer’s money.