Wednesday, 31 July 2019

Alastair Campbell: Labour's end of the road

After a lifetime in the Labour Party and of being automatically linked to the Labour Party, it must have been a very hard decision to make but finally Alastair Campbell send his letter of resignation having decided to end his relationship with the Labour Party.

Slowly but surely, the wheel has turned back to the times before Tony Blair or even before John Smith. Some might blame Brexit but this is a lot more profound than that. I do remember the days when Jeremy Corbyn was a very marginal backbencher that was often at odds with the Labour Party's maintream group. Near him you could see the likes of Ken Livingstone and George Galloway. Outspoken, vociferous but with little influence. The situation has changed dramatically and people like Alastair Campbell find themselves at odds with this new Old Labour Party.

Vince Cable as Liberal Democrat Leader spoke about the need to forge a new political force but his leadership came to an end without having achieved his objective. Having said that, it is self-evident that new political forces would surge out of the demise of the old political parties. 

Many will mention Brexit as the trigger for changes in the political spectrum but such changes have been long overdued. New names and new political groupings are coming of age. Changes are badly needed to keep Democracy in Britain alive.

Monday, 29 July 2019

Britain: Of Fidel Castro, Salvador Allende and Jeremy Corbyn

Britain: Of Fidel Castro, Salvador Allende and Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn has publicly stated that he wants a General Election because he believes that the embattled Labour Party under his leadership has a clear opportunity to take over the reins of Britain and Conservatives like Philip Hammond, Dominic Grieve and Rory Stewart are more than willing to destroy a Conservative government and open the way for a government led by Jeremy Corbyn.

Will the European Union openly support such possibility in spite of the obvious ideological differences and geopolitical repercussions? We are talking about major issues that include Britain's relationship with Iran, Saudi Arabia, Israel and, fundamentally, Britain's relationship with the USA and NATO.

And what about the unity of the United Kingdom? Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell openly supported the IRA and the unification of Ireland. The latter has been criticised for having in his constituency office images about the 'martyrs of the IRA'. 

Under Tony Blair, there was talk about nationalisation but it was just talk. Under a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn with John McDonnell as Chancellor of the Exchequer, talk will become certainty.

Getting Brexit right, given the threats posed by a Labour government led by Jeremy Corbyn, becomes much more of a priority. The newly elected Lib Dem Leader did well to distance herself from a potential alliance with the present Labour Party. There is always the Law of unintended consequences. If the Remain Camp seeks to destroy a Conservative government, the Remain Camp will unleash forces that they will not be able to control

Friday, 26 July 2019

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in the House of Commons

The Opening Speech in the House of Commons by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson started by once again setting up the deadline for Britain to leave the European Union. Brexit should have happened on March 29th 2019 but postponement after postponement the country found itself having to organize European Parliament Election and having to witness the circus of the election of the new President of the European Commission that was in fact not elected but appointment. The former German Defense Minister was in fact the only candidate on the ballot put forward after a struggle between Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron.

This is a very strange time in British politics in which those opposing Brexit seem to be supporting the IRA that walked away from the Northern Ireland Assembly leaving Northern Ireland in the doldrums transforming so called Devolution into a meaningless word.

The country voted for Brexit and therefore it was a fundamental error to have a Remain Prime Minister and a Cabinet in which too many were Remain supporters including Jeremy Hunt who stood for the leadership of the Conservative Party. Jeremy Hunt would have been another version of Theresa May. 

This is a binary question. To be or not to be and nothing in between. All the talk about a deal was no more than delaying tactics used by those who were opposed to Brexit from day one. We are not going to see 'Leg Touching' Philip Hammond, although he might rise to try and torpedo the Conservative government.

Parliament will return at the beginning of September but the threat is in the air. If Parliament tries to block Brexit, Parliament will be put aside. The present Parliament has degraded democracy setting up obstacles and hurdles to prevent the implementation of Brexit.

Nicola Sturgeon would do better if she faced her own responsibilities in Scotland where the rate of suicides is rising and the rate of those dying because of drug abuse is rising. The SNP Paradise is much more of a version of Hell on Earth. The talk about Scottish Independence is no more than a diversion not to deal with the real issues Scotland is suffering from.

Wednesday, 17 July 2019

July 24 2019 - Britain will have a new Prime Minister and a quite a few less Conservative MPs

July 24 2019 - Britain will have a new Prime Minister and a quite a few less Conservative MPs

Image result for philip hammondOn July 24th 2019, Britain will have a brand new Prime Minister and if words are to be trusted  several Conservative Members of Parliament including Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, would be out of the Cabinet and possibly out of the Conservative Party as other prominent names  that have publicly announced that they stand to vote down a Conservative government. Not a promising beginning. But if there is any hint of a major rebellion, depending on who is elected Leader of the Conservative Party, there could not be a Parliament standing as Boris Johnson indicated that to prevent Parliament from trying to block Brexit he as Prime Minister is willing to prorogue Parliament.

Some rebel Conservatives have said that should the new Prime Minister prorogue Parliament then they would assemble outside the Houses of Parliament. In 2017, Theresa May misjudged the public mood and called a General Election. This could be the Labour Party's turn to misjudge the mood of the public. 

The outcome of recent local elections and of the European Parliament Elections are food for thought for both Labour and Conservatives. If there is a General Election in the automn  then we will know if the Lib Dems and the Brexit Party will be able to capitalize on Labour and Conservatives' troubles. I reckon that despite everything that is being said to mass media, both Labour and Conservatives will try to avoid a General Election.

Entangled in the anti-Semitism row, the Labour Party is in dire shape. About 67 Labour Party Members of the House of Lords had a letter published criticizing what some have defined as institutional anti-Semitism in the Labour Party.

Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, Brexit. There is little time for anything else.


Monday, 15 July 2019

Brexit: Johnson, Hunt or Farage?

Having heard the three of them, I say that my first choice is Nigel Farage but since he cannot be Conservative Party Leader and Prime Minister then we are left with Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt. 

Jeremy Hunt is neither tea nor coffee. He doesn't have a leg to stand on. I feel he is the kind of Leader that chooses to be lead instead of leading and that he will succumb to both internal and external pressure.

Boris Johnson appears to be the strongest of the two but I feel he is a bit of a school boy trying to please everybody.

We need a gut cutter. We need the beast that will cut the troat of Parliament if there is the need to do so to implement Brexit for real.

If need be, the struggle will have to be taken to the streets.Just a few day ago, a group of guys set EU flags on fire using a blowtorch and went against a BBC crew standing on the green near the Houses of Parliament.

Turncoats need to be shown that when things really matter there are those ready to reach for the sword to send a clear message. We know where the BBC and other segments of mass media stand. They have actively promoted fear telling the public that if Britain becomes independent the world as we know it will come to an end. They care more about what the EU mandarins want and are willing to do their dirty work.

Sunday, 14 July 2019

President Putin: Russian Nationalism supporting British Nationalism

President Putin: Russian Nationalism supporting British Nationalism

The Russian Federation is fully committed supporting British Nationalists and Christian values and very much stands against Islamic Terrorism. This becomes apparent in both words and action as the Russian Federation also stands for a more stable world using its might and its influence to counter Globalisation that is a new form of slavery.

I have no doubts whatsoever that the forces of division and fragmentation will be redoubling its efforts in coming months to act against peoples' genuine interests. On my way to Moscow on April 4th 2018, I was atopped at Heathrow Airport by the idiots of British Security Services and subjected to a full blown interrogation - Why are you going to Moscow? Who do you work for? et cetera, et cetera. On my way back from Moscow, I was visited in London by two mental retards  that subjected me yet again to another political interrogation. Well, they are becoming ever more desperate. In the meantime, the Islamic threat in Britain keeps growing while the country is being weakened by so called mainstream political parties. Do you know the strength in terms of manpower of the British Armed Forces? About 82,000 including all British forces. Do you know the estimated strength of the Russian Armed Forces? About a million not counting the more than 1.5 million trained reservists. Conservatives, Labour and all the other creepy crawlies will make you believe that you are safe when the United Kingdom is being demographically destroyed by political correctness.

The truth is that less and less people are coming forward to join the British Armed Forces. Why? They don't trust their own goverment. The situation got to a point when Parliament passed legislation to allow people coming from other countries to join the British Armed Forces to make up the numbers. This is not happening in wartime. This is happening in peacetime. British military strategy reminds us of Singapore during World War Two. They had artillery but the British artillery was pointing in the wrong direction and Japanese forces that were inferior in numbers conquered Singapore defeating British and Commonwealth troops many of whom only arrived in time to surrender to the Japanese.


Friday, 12 July 2019

British National Party finished? Not really.

British National Party finished? Not really.

Despite all the stataments made about the demise of the British National Party, it has never really gone away. In fact, as a political organisation it is now flourishing not having to deal with the usual barrage of attacks launched by mass media, para-political organisation and political parties whose agenda has been to prevent the rise of the British National Party.

Friday, 5 July 2019

Josef Mengele: Totesengel died in Brazilian beach

Josef Mengele: Totesengel died in Brazilian beach

Rolf and Josef Mengele
Josef Mengele was perhaps one of the most colourful characters during and after World War Two. The SS Captain lived a very eventful life and earned a living after the war working for his own family business in Latin America where he visited/lived in several countries including Uruguay, Argentina, Paraguay and Brazil. After the war, he went as a far as applying for and obtaining a German passport under his real name and got married in Uruguay also using his real name.

Some Germans lived under their real names and others adopted other names and nationalities including Italian nationality. It was well known that countries like Argentina and Uruguay had important Italian immigrant settlements and therefore entering using an Italian passport was the natural thing to do. In those days, people didn't care much about who came from where as long as you could fit in amongst the masses of European immigrants. Moreover, Germans were highly qualified and in developing countries such levels of expertise were in high demand.

The Cold War was on and therefore there was little interest in chasing highly intelligent people who were excellent at practically every job they applied themselves to do.

My own father knew how to fly and had vast knowledge of cheminal compounds and was a professional time keeper. We used to travel round.

July 4th - For all the talk about rights, Force is always the ultimate deterrent

July 4th - For all the talk about rights, Force is always the ultimate deterrent

July 4th 1776 - Declaration of Independence. Such date is not only important for what is today the United States of America. It simbolizes the ultimate history lesson: if you want rights, you have to be willing to wage war to get what you want.

Britain is at a crossroads. We can talk about rights over and over again but in order to have rights you have to be willing to put your life in harm's way. 

When you hear talk about politicians ignoring the outcome of the 2016 Referendum on European Union Membership, you understand very clearly that there are those willing to overule the popular decision. The question is: what are you willing to do to force them to respect the outcome of the Referendum?

This is a July 4th moment. Make no mistake about it. This is the moment when what you are willing to do matters. In 1776, people knew that there was going to be war. In 1776, people knew that losing was not an option and that many of them would have to give their lives to achieve the desired aim.

Adolf Hitler said that when war begins there are no civilians. Having fought in the trenches, he knew that in each conflict there are at least two sides and there is no disctinction between civilian and military. When German bombs fell on British cities and when Allied bombs fell on German cities, the message was very clear. The bombs would not tell the difference between civilians and military. The only issue was who was going to be alive when the bombing stopped.

The Liberal Democrats and their allies that include some in the Conservative camp have openly said that they don't recognize the outcome of the Referendum and have therefore classed themselves as the Enemy that needs to be defeated by those in the Leave camp.

At this  point in time, there is no Labour Party and no Conservative Party. There are two parties: Leave and Remain. This has all the characteristics of a Civil War and in a Civil War there will be casualties.

The extent of investigations in the United Kingdom regarding gang rape and abuses against children

The extent of investigations in the United Kingdom regarding gang rape and abuses against children

Tuesday, 2 July 2019

Britain First invited to speak at Russian Parliament

Britain First invited to speak at Russian Parliament

This the report published by The Independent in London:
Beginning of Report by The Independent Newspaper on July 2, 2019 - Russian parliamentarians have raised eyebrows by inviting British white supremacists and other far-right politicians to a special session at the State Duma. 
Paul Golding, the leader of the ultra-right Britain First party, led a delegation of three to speak at a roundtable on Tuesday afternoon. Speaking on social media before the event, he said the invitation was a sign people were listening: “The growth and prominence of Britain First are beginning to be recognised internationally.” 
Those who came up with the title of the event – the International Conference of Peace-loving Forces – may have been unaware of the far-right activist’s multiple previous convictions for violence. 
It was not the only moment that reality departed from the words. The hosts of the roundtable, the so-called Liberal Democratic Party of Russia(LDPR), are one of the Kremlin’s co-opted “opposition” parties. But they spent most of the session gushing in Vladimir Putin’s rejection of liberalism and democracy.
One after another, hand-picked guests, from European far-right parties and far beyond, joined in the praise of the Russian president.
“We wholeheartedly agree with your president that liberalism is obsolete,” said Bartosz Bekier, leader of Falanga, a party on the Polish extreme right.
“We need to end the new Cold War … to defend traditional values.” 
The chair of the roundtable, Anton Morozov, a member of the Duma’s international affairs committee, agreed, saying: “There was a time when we would just call gays the perverts that they are.”
Businessman David Lifschultz, a man described as “Donald Trump’s friend”, set forth a fawning vision of geopolitics. Sanctions were war, he said. The west was in no position to lecture about Ukrainian independence: “Ukraine has been part of Russia for 400 years! The only reason why they gave them independence was so that local oligarchs could loot the country.”
In a short address, Mr Golding claimed the west was “under attack by the forces of globalisation and the left”.
Russia has long been accused of wooing the bad, mad and extreme of western populism to undermine political consensus. 
The chair told his international guests that the “peace-loving” forum was instead designed to “develop friendly relations” with other countries – even if those countries are frequently “showing aggression towards Russia”. 
Vladimir Zhirinovsky, LDPR’s veteran nationalistic leader, insisted the forum would push “new standards” in democracy. 
“The planet is crying out for its own Hyde Park,” he said. “This is what we are doing here. Our meeting is the start of a battle for peace.” End of report by the Independent Newspaper. 
The British Establishment, the British Security Services and the Mass Media fail to understand the simple fact that constant attacks against British Nationalists turns people into martyrs and raises their international profile. Paul Golding has been constantly targetted using the Crown Prosecution Service for political purposes. 
Not long ago, black demonstrators that support President Donald Trump and were holding an Israeli flag in Westminster were called Nazis, Fascists and Racists by an angry mob made up in vast numbers of supporters of the Labour Party that stands accussed of Anti-Semitism. We couldn't possibly make it up. Anybody who stands for traditional values ends up being called Nazi, Fascist and Racist and this regardless of political colours.
British Nationalists, wrongly called Far Right, are no more Far Right than the traditional Church of England. Recent documentaries based on historical evidence, show that Winston Churchill had a lot more in common with today's so called Far Right than with today's liberals and leftists. For Winston Churchill, British Identity was an issue of paramount importance. Today's political correctness would have been anathema in Winston Churchill's way of thinking.