18 APR 2016
UPDATE BELOW: The Remain campaign is totally unscrupulous. So let's start a bidding war. Osborne claims Brexit will cost all of us £4,300 a year. So why don't we say we'll be better off by £5,000 a year? 3 million jobs lost if we go? So, 4 million if we stay? It's all bollocks, but they started it. Shall we respond in kind?
14 APR 2016
The Brexit camp should thank Jeremy Corbyn for coming out in favour of remaining in the EU. He has clarified 2 things. First, the case for Remain is run by an opportunistic establishment racket; second, it's an ideologically incoherent mess. Go Brexit!
11 APR 2016
All that the government's latest move has done, in preparing to send out a £9 million pro-EU propaganda pamphlet, is make me even more determined to rally everyone I know to vote to leave the EU in June. Dishonesty doesn't pay Dave, as you're about to find out
10 APR 2016
China is not a superpower of the digital world, and without fundamental political reform it never will be. It's a copycat which steals other people's ideas because it can't generate its own
15 AUG 2015
Boring, shallow, smug, but very politically correct, this Guardian writer has a statement to make for VJ Day: the Union Jack is "aggressive" and "looks crap". What a politically correct, Guardian prat...
24 JUL 2015
Barack Obama's lectures to Britain on the EU beggar belief. Ok, Barack. How about you have unlimited immigration from Mexico and Cuba, and while you're at it let them make your laws, while you ditch the American Constitution. Fair's fair after all
8 JUL 2015
The Left should rejoice. The Conservative budget has made minor changes to the corporatist system -- which they do not have the mental capacity to acknowledge even exists. But via the "living wage" they have adopted far-Left policies directly from Ed Miliband. Shallow opportunists the lot of them. Maggie turns in her grave...
As even Guardian disowns it, British PM Cameron now isolated Leftist extremist on "not Islam" narrative over terrorism
2 JUL 2015
The Guardian has applauded the BBC for rejecting isolated Left-extremist narrative from Prime Minister Cameron that we shouldn't call Islamic State, er, "Islamic State" because it might offend Muslims. Cameron isn't the brightest star in the sky. His advisors are Left-leaning imbeciles
29 JUN 2015
That European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker despises democracy is not a secret. But his lunatic-level attacks on Greece, right at the critical moment, make you wonder whether he and his "elite" friends are on a mission to destroy the EU. Who needs Eurosceptic enemies, when you have EU friends like that?
27 JUN 2015
The Greek plan to have a referendum on the EU/IMF bailout austerity package is both tragic and hilarious at the same time. The Greek commie government is ful of losers. But the EU is packed full of losers too, who just can't admit to the disastrous error of the entire integrationist project. Meanwhile the BBC is in nervous breakdown mode; bank runs threaten
31 MAY 2015
The Guardian's hate campaign against Israel has been in full swing for a decade and a half. But where do you go once all your bigotry has been refuted? Bizarrely, this is where: the Guardian has run an op-ed by a priest having a dream about Israeli "apartheid". No kidding!
26 MAY 2015
Mad as a hatter French superstar Gerard Depardieu, who says he can drink 14 bottles of wine in a day, may be taking his status as a tax exile too far. He now says he is ready to die for Mother Russia
12 MAY 2015
The BBC and its allies are getting wet underpants at a Conservative victory in the UK general election. But don't start claiming they're the voice of the nation, when the BBC is a unreformable cultural-Marxist relic. And Brits have to pay for the propaganda by law! No more. Let's rant against the BBC!
8 MAY 2015
Yes, we all know that a protest party is going to lose out if they go into government. But the real reason the LibDems got slaughtered is because there are too many alternatives for Lefties to vote for: Green, SNP, Plaid, and Labour. This isn't going to change, meaning the wipeout is permanent
30 APR 2015
No doubt Cameron won the battle for credibility in Thursday's half-baked leaders' discussion. He did very well, and Milband was so bad it was almost funny. He blew it, and may never recover from the Yorkshire drubbing. But where the heck was Nigel Farage?
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