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By Pete Moore On April 8th, 2021 at 7:17 pm

Robert Jenrick has never been the sharpest. If he deserves a place at the Cabinet table you can see why government stuffs up everything it touches.

A multi-million “package of support”? Welcome hubs? These are Hong Kongers. They’ll be running the gaff within a decade. Hong Kong was a flat broke ruin in 1945. They didn’t need support packages to perform post-war miracles. They had all they needed in the great Sir John Cowperthwaite, who did exactly nothing to intervene in the economy so that Hong Kong could explode with wealth creation. Stop intervening all the time you fools. Let Hong Kongers be free. They’ll not ask for a penny. They’ll be industrious and entrepreneurial. They’ll be civilised and they won’t vote Labour.

The Left will hate them.


By Pete Moore On April 8th, 2021 at 7:03 pm

The UK is expected to pass the threshold for herd immunity by Monday, according to experts at University College London.

Dynamic modelling suggests that the number of people who are protected against Covid-19, either because they are naturally immune or have received a vaccine, will hit 73.4 per cent on April 12.

Morning or afternoon? It doesn’t matter, we’re British. “That’s close enough mate” is our standard. I never doubt the eggheads who dabble in numbers. Well not right now, because “herd immunity” is an anagram of “fling open the economy”. Cue the politicians suddenly not listening to the science. This is what the original plan aimed for. Sir Patrick Vallance  outlined how the vulnerable would be shielded while the Chinese Virus would rip through everyone else. Not me of course. I never had any intention of getting it. Everyone else though, oh yes.

But we’re finally there. Now we need to join Texas, Florida and other civilised places in the pub. Not Europe though. While EU countries are buying up as much of Putin’s bin juice as he can supply the ECHR has ruled that compulsory vaccinations would not contravene human rights law “and may be necessary in democratic societies”. Bon chance ‎mes amis‎!

First Steps in Gun Control….. President Biden

By Patrick Van Roy On April 8th, 2021 at 6:16 pm

An excellent interview that I was sorry I missed…

By Patrick Van Roy On April 8th, 2021 at 2:34 pm


This scares me and that’s not an easy thing to do…

By Patrick Van Roy On April 8th, 2021 at 2:30 pm

I worked in this Business for almost 20yrs and was in the Air Force before that. The Person Flying the Plane you are riding in is an overachieving egomaniac with an habitual obsessive compulsiveness for detail, and I am damn grateful for it. Whether that person is white, black, brown, yellow, or whether it is a he, she or it doesn’t mean sh** !

Whether they can Fly an Aluminum can at 600mph 35,000 feet in the Air from point A to point B without killing anyone is what I care about, but apparently that’s NOT the PRIORITY at United Airlines.


Belfast riots: and Boris Johnson’s Lies made these possible.

By Mike Cunningham On April 8th, 2021 at 12:02 pm

Quote:- Boris Johnson has reiterated his promise that businesses in NI will enjoy unfettered access to GB after Brexit, declaring that “there will be no border down the Irish Sea – over my dead body”.

Boris’ Brexit Northern Ireland Protocol states checks will begin on January 1st 2021

And the result of Boris Johnson’s lies, prevarications and mendacity?

This is what happens when you lie to Unionists and Loyalists with SinnFeinIRA eagerly joining in across the fabled PEACE WALL.



By Pete Moore On April 7th, 2021 at 7:09 pm

A rainbow-colored statue in honor of Black Lives Matter that was erected in the Hungarian capital of Budapest was vandalized and then demolished within 24 hours […]

Pro-family activists described the monument as an “anti-European, anti-white, anti-heterosexual, and anti-Christian symbol,” and within 24 hours it was attacked three separate times, doused with paint and finally torn down.

They’re right. Hungarians have experienced life under violent international Marxists and have no wish to go back there. Extremists should not be tolerated.


By Pete Moore On April 7th, 2021 at 7:02 pm

Under-30s in the UK are to be offered an alternative Covid vaccine to the AstraZeneca jab due to the evidence linking it to rare blood clots.

The recommendation comes after a review by the UK drugs regulator found that by the end of March 79 people had suffered rare blood clots after vaccination – 19 of whom had died.

Thanks to political bufoons and a sensationalist press, a load of people will turn their nose up at a vaccine because of a possible, hypothetical and infintesimal risk of a cerebral venous sinus thrombosis. Half of them will be young women who will happily take the pill, which carries a far greater risk of causing blood clots. The risk in context:


By Pete Moore On April 7th, 2021 at 6:53 pm

Part 3573

A man who followed and murdered a woman on a night out before disposing part of her body in an alleyway has been jailed for life.

That’s “failed Iraqi asylum seeker”, a rather pertinent fact which the BBC beglects to mention until way down. The primitive was denied asylum in 2018, so of course the useless Tories left him here to kill. The savage isn’t the only one. There are thousands of foreign bums stinking up the gaff, like the Rochdale jihad rapists whi are still here despite having no right to be here.

There is nothing on the planet as useless as the Tories – nothing.

Open the Churches

By Patrick Van Roy On April 7th, 2021 at 1:49 pm

The Irish bishops have sharply criticized the government for continuing to ban public worship, insisting that leaders fail to grasp the importance of religion for the people.

Ireland has distinguished itself for the harshest suppression of religious practice in all Europe, with months of lockdown and no Masses. Bishop Denis Brennan of Ferns attributed the harsh restrictions to an “unwillingness or inability in Ireland to appreciate the value of religion or spirituality” during the coronavirus pandemic.

“I share the pain of many in Ireland at present as public worship is still not permitted,” the bishop told Ireland’s Sunday Independent on April 4.

While the prelate said he is “very conscious” of the need for measures to curb the spread of the virus, it must not be at the expense of “religion and spirituality.”

“I think this reality is worthy of attention and reflection at this time,” he said.