Cameron’s EU Package: Not A Deal But A Few Turns In The Spin Dryer

No doubt the traitors and neo – fascists who think We The Punters would all be better of as serfs in a Federal European Superstate will over the next few months be hailing the little piece of paper Cameron brought back from the EU summit in Brussels as a great triumph.

One Cameronite has even echoed Neville Chamberlain’s ‘Peace in our time’ by declaring that the deal will keep Britain in the EU but outside the Euro and the federalising push for a single European state will guarantee peace and security in Europe for the foreseeable future.

Does this shit-for-brains pillock not realise that ISIS jihadists, Volksfuhrer Merkel (most recently heard threatening economic sanctions against EU member nations who disagree with her) and the Turkish lunatic Erdogan who is finacing the ISIS terrorists by facilitating the buying their oil by Turkish gangsters (including Erdogan’s son), laundering it through oil terminals on the Mediterranean coast and selling it into western markets (after creaming off a generous piece of the action).

German Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere (one of Merkels closes allies) announced the threat of sanctions against other EU states

Dave’s deal will change nothing, all it will do is commit us to accepting every piece of Marxist shit the ruling bureaucrats of Brussels decide to dump on us. And as we will be in the EU but outside their beloved single currency and not part of their dream of ever closer integration, you can bet they will get very creative in formulating gigantic, festering turds to drop on our heads.

And then, under the headline “Europe Disintegrates” The Daily Express reports the details of Hausfrau – Voklsfuhrer Merkel’s is threat to impose economic sanctions against EU nations that refuse to comply with her diktat on ‘refugee quotas’ as she seeks to spread the rape and sexual violence epidemic her ‘open doors’ immigration policy has inflicted on the working and middle class people of Germany.

With any luck the Eurozone and Schengen zone parts of the EU will have descended into complete lawless,. dystopian chaos by late June and the clamour of other nations to get out will help even brain dead and university brainwashed Labour and Lib Dem voters to understand a vote to stay in is a vote in favour of everything they say they are totally against.

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The Rweeted Reactions Of Leftie Celebs To Election Result Were Priceless

I’m still not actually thinking due to events not related in any way to the election. So here’s another post full of content gleaned from elsewhere.

Celebrity lefties resposnes to the conservative election victory.

@Kevin Maguire
Most terrifying of all is the Tories won as the Nasty Party. What does that say about Britain?

Well Kev, as it was you dubbed them the nasty party I guess it says Britain thinks you and your ludicrous pastiche of a newspaper are irrelevant

@charlottechurch
The politics of fear is the politics of control and we’ve given the reigns to the bogey men.

As you’ve blown most of your millions on trying to be a rock chick Charile, I suppose you’re afraid of benefit cuts.

@jk_rowling
I remember single parenthood under the Tories and @Gingerbread’s going to be very important in the next 5 years.

So what are you saying JK, that all single women are so stupid that having no job and few skills they’ll celebrate the election result by getting up the duff? Was it the fault of the conservatives that you got pregnant?

@OwenJones84
Don’t mourn. Organise. And this time, let’s actually mean it.

That is actually coming from a prepubescent pustule who can’t even organise his own fake accent so we can tell if he’s pretending to be a Cheshire posh boy, an Oxbridge elitist or a skanky Mank.

Looking over them brings to mind a line from that brilliant American satirist P J O’Rourke (PJ, being American, uses ‘liberalism’ in the sense we use ‘loony left’:

“At the core of liberalism is the spoiled child — miserable, as all spoiled children are, unsatisfied, demanding, ill-disciplined, despotic and useless. Liberalism is a philosophy of sniveling brats.”
― P.J. O’Rourke

Miliband Loses His Balls

Best election moment since Portillo went down in ’97

But as Oscar Wilde might have said, to lose one party leader is unfortunate, to lose two looks like carelessness, but to lose three is hostile action.

I was quite taken with this extract from a blog reposted on Zero Hedge. Not too sure the words ‘conservative landslide’ in the title are appropriate, it was the SNP landslide that gave Cameron a very small majority, but the rest is good reading.

Saxo Bank CEO Lars Seier Christensen reacts to the Conservative landslide victory in the UK.

When you, like me, are used to a proportional representation system, it feels bizarre that the third largest party hardly gains a seat, but still, Nigel Farage has had a lot of beneficial influence on Britain’s EU policy.

Hopefully, Brussels also gets the message but I doubt it. The EU never rolls anything back. It continues to amass more and more control in all areas.

The bureaucracy in Brussels has no self-criticism. No regrets. No matter how much and how often it fails. It just continues the roll out of its powers, and it will continue unabated, until someone says enough is enough. Until someone says stop.

The election outcome in Britain is our one chance to say stop!

YEAH!

Left and Right Unite – Against British Interests

There is something sadly wrong with an election campaign when two weeks before the big day there is no news worth blogging. Oh well OK, I haven’t looked very hard because I’ve been busy most of the day moving my money offshore as a hedge against the inevitable wealth grab if a Labour / Scottish Nazi Party coalition gain power. But even so there is little news, except for this item from South Thanet:

Labour / Tory Love In

Labour and Conservative candidates in Thanet South have joined forces to demand that UKIP not be allowed to ?break our great love? (are they both gay then?) This unprecedented cuddle up follows claims by activists to have been attacked by a “UKIP-supporting National Front gang”. Note that strange wording, not a National Front gang, not a UKIP gang but a UKIP supporting National Front gang.

The point both Labour and Conservatives seem to have missed is that in a democracy National Front members (if they really were NF members and not UAF / ANL scum on a faslse flag mission), they could have been Millwall fans,) are free to support who they like, UKIP have no control over who supports them.

The Thanet branch of trade union-backed Stand Up To UKIP (SUTU), claim they had just packed up their street stall on Saturday when they were attacked by the ?far right?. Canvassers from the Conservatives and Labour also claimed to have been targeted although they did not specify what happened. They also worded their allegations carefully to avoid implying UKIP members were involved in the alleged attacks.

The two major parties were quick to react. Will Scobie and Craig Mackinlay appeared to back claims the National Front group was supportive of UKIP. Their comments were carefully worded to avoid directly accusing UKIP of being involved but they were clear that people should not vote for Nigel Farage as a result of the incidents.

Funny though, we didn’t hear a squeak out of either main party candidate when the neo Nazi and Neo Fascist thugs of Hope Not Hate (a group so stupid they got their name the wrong way round) launched one of their hate attacks at UKIP supporters attending a Nigel Farage campaign event. Take a look:

In this election you can vote for UKIP or you can vote for hypocrisy, hate, violence, thuggery and bullying, the political techniques favoured by Labour and The Conservatives. (You could vote Lib Dem of course but they’ll only sell out.)

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There Ain’t Nothing Like a Dame… (from Anna Raccoon)

We’ve spent enough time discussing the hypocrisy of the main politicians – Emily Thornberry, proud owner of an ex-housing association property in North London campaigning against the Conservative manifesto pledge to allow the sale of, er, ex-housing association properties; Miliband wooing the Jewish voters by, er, backing the recognition of Palestinian statehood, to say nothing of mangling a bacon sarnie; Cameron promising a referendum of the EU in 2017 ‘after negotiations’ that the EU say can’t be held before 2019…

I thought some light relief was the order of the day – and the Green party seemed a likely provider of hypocrisy with a side order of cant.

No sooner said than done – and over to Bristol. I was halfway through a turgid article on the Green Party’s Bristol Candidate – Darren Hall – ‘Big Green Week co-curator‘, organiser of the ‘Biggest Bike Ride’ (naturally) featuring Professor Windy (it’s the Soya beans…) who starts each day with ‘The Morning Muse’ (‘Should I have had the Soya Beans and the lentils?’) (‘Is Movicol suitable for vegans?’) – enough already, when I fell in love with their main funder.

Dame Vivienne Westwood – a master class in Hypocrisy.

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Guardian and Labour Twatterati Get Excited Over Nothing

They were terribly excited in The Guardian this morning The G’s hyperbolic story accompanying this polls is a comedy masterpiece) and the Twitterati were ecstatic over an opinion poll that showed Labour establishing a six point lead over the Conservatives.

Former Labour leader and EU gravy train trougher Neil Kinnock declaring victory on the basis of opinion poll figures in 1992 – Labour lost the election (image source)

Panelbase have figures of CON 31%(-2), LAB 37%(+4), LDEM 8%(+1), UKIP 16%(-1), GRN 4%(-1) (tabs)

Instantly forgetting the 1992 debacle in Sheffield when Neil Kinnock declared victory a week before the election which the Tories went on to win with a modest but comfortable majority, the Twatterati were quick to proclaim that the race was over, Labour were running away with the contest, the Tory vote was crumbling and UKIP were a lingering memory of a bad smell.

Pity they did not look at the full result from the poll, which if it shows Labour pulling away from the Conservative, also shows UKIP positively surging.

The other two polls published yesterday morning were not quite so full of joy for the left:

TNS have topline figures of CON 30%(-3), LAB 33%(+1), LDEM 8%(nc), UKIP 19%(+3), GRN 4%(-1) (tabs)

Survation have figures of CON 31%(-1), LAB 35%(+2), LDEM 9%(nc), UKIP 15%(-3), GRN 4%(+2) (tabs)

Look at that TNS result, UKIP 19%; on that basist isn’t it us Kippers who should be celebrating rather than supporters of the The National Socialist British (public sector) Workers Party. Well no,because even though Panelbase and Survation give UKIP 16% and 15% respectively, we wise old heads know better than to get carried away with a few decent poll scores when the mood is volatile and differing methods of weighting to allow for incresed support for UKIP, The Greens and Nationalists will have an unquantifiable effect.

And just as well the Kippers are level headed and objective. Two polls published late yesterday tell a different story again, giving the Conservatives a narrow lead and puttig UKIP at they level they have been polling for some time now:

ComRes / Daily Mail: CON 34%(-2), LAB 33%(+1), LDEM 12%(+3), UKIP 12%(nc), GRN 4%(-1)
YouGov / Sun: CON 35%, LAB 34%, LD 8%, UKIP 12%, GRN 4%.

Read more on the details of these polls and follow the daily polling results with UK Polling Report

The only conclusion the objective spectator can draw from all this is that jumping to conclusions on the basis of a single poll is a mugs game.

The Sillyosity Of The Loony Left

It’s great to watch the increasing silliness of the left, particularly those Maoist bigots the BBC passes off as impartial and objective news commentators.

This morning they were all creaming their pants about an opinion poll about a YouGov poll for the Sunday Times you can read in full here. Topline figures are CON 32%, LAB 36%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 13%, GRN 6%.

Oooh isn’t it wonderful, lovely, clever Ed Miliband really showed that posh boy Cameron who is boss, he said “Hell yeah!” That’s tough talk. And now Labour has a 4% lead and the election is as good as over,” they chirruped in chorus.

First question, for anyone who thought Miliband won that stage managed episode last week: What are you on and can we all have some please? Neither Miliband nor Cameron ‘won’, they both came across as out of touch elitists.

In fact while Sunday Times / You Gove the poll shows a bigger Labour lead for some time, four point leads are not uncommon in a campaign which has seen polls wobbling all over the place. The other poll published today, Opinium in the Observer have topline figures of CON 34%, LAB 33%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 13%, GRN 7% (details).

Here’s a roundup of the weeks polls from UK polling report:

Opinium/Observer (19/3) – CON 36%, LAB 33%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 14%, GRN 6%
YouGov/S Times (20/2) – CON 33%, LAB 35%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 14%, GRN 5%
Survation/MoS (21/3) – CON 30%, LAB 34%, LDEM 10%, UKIP 17%, GRN 3%
Populus(22/3) – CON 31%, LAB 33%, LDEM 9%, UKIP 16%, GRN 5%
Ashcroft (22/3) – CON 33%, LAB 33%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 12%, GRN 5%
ComRes/Mail (22/3) – CON 35%, LAB 35%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 10%, GRN 7%
YouGov/Times (23/3) – CON 34%, LAB 33%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 14%, GRN 5%
YouGov/Sun (23/3) – CON 34%, LAB 34%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 12%, GRN 6%
YouGov/Sun (24/3) – CON 35%, LAB 35%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 12%, GRN 6%
Survation/Mirror (25/3) – CON 32%, LAB 33%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 18%, GRN 4%
YouGov/Sun (25/3) – CON 34%, LAB 35%, LDEM 8%, UKIP 12%, GRN 6%
Panelbase (26/3) – CON 34%, LAB 34%, LDEM 5%, UKIP 15%, GRN 6%
YouGov/Sun (26/3) – CON 36%, LAB 34%, LDEM 7%, UKIP 13%, GRN 5%
Populus (26/3) – CON 31%, LAB 33%, LDEM 9%, UKIP 16%, GRN 5%

What’s interesting in that table is UKIP show a high of 17% and a low of 10% while The Greens record a high of 7% and a low of 3%. These figures mean nothing in terms of the likely election result, they show how the minor parties are distorting the picture.

So all we really learn from the latest poll is that in a way entirely consistent with their support for trashing the western economy to deal with the non existent global warming threat, and causing widespread famine by handing control of the food supply to Monsanto, the left will always happily ignore any evidence that does not point to the answer that suits their political agenda.

Update 30 March, 2015

Accompanied by the sound of eardrum shattering silence from the left, a second poll taken since the two contenders for post election Prime Minister faced a stuffing from BBC’s Jeremy (Paxo) Paxman reverses the results from the poll featured above.

a second post-Paxman poll, a ComRes telephone poll for the Daily Mail & ITV, and this one shows the complete opposite – CON 36%(+1), LAB 32%(-3), LDEM 9%(+1), UKIP 12%(+2), GRN 5%(-2) (tabs).

If the four point Labour lead in yesterday’s YouGov poll was proclaimed by the hysterical left as a sure sign the Conservative and UKIP vote was collapsing and Labour were heading for a landslide victory in May, surely this poll showing the biggest Conservative lead ComRes have recorded since 2010 shows the Labour vote is collapsing and face a defeat in England and wales on a par with the mauling they are set to receive at the hands of the SNP in Scotland.

Furthermore where YouGov showed Miliband’s ratings improving, ComRes show Cameron widening his lead as best Prime Minister.

Actually there is nothing in either poll to get excited about, all polls, when examined in detail warn that an error margin of plus or inus three per cent, so it is probable what we are seeing is just a slightly exaggerated version of normal sample variation, caused by the presence of three rather than one minor parties.

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