Sunday, 7 June 2015

Greece, Russia & turkey

Really looking forward to Greece exiting the Euro and going back to the Drachma. As I've said before I'll be doing my bit for the Greek people by nipping over there and supporting their economy. Looks like it could be happening fairly soon too.

With all of this continued vitriol aimed at Russia since the failure of the Western corporate raid on Ukraine nobody could really believe that Moscow's 2018 World Cup was going to avoid some serious collateral damage. The orchestrated shakedown of FIFA's hierarchy this week should inevitably result in serious doubts about the "validity" of Russia's successful hosting bid further down the line and then we'll know exactly what the game is.

Just as important, within my own personal geopolitical sphere, I've just polished off a huge turkey drumstick that I snapped up from Tesco yesterday. Reminded me of something off the Flinstones, but didn't stop me eating it in its entirety.

Sunday, 31 May 2015

Seal Prince

Thought the BBC build up to the FA Cup was excellent as Gary Lineker skilfully took us all down memory lane. Such a shame he had to bump into the Duke of Cambridge on the way who told him that what he wanted  most of all was to stamp out racism in the game. Just wished that he had been asked about the massively disproportionate number of black players. Wonder what his royal response would have been?

I had to switch off after that, sickened that there is seemingly no hiding place from this endless barrage of self-loathing white liberal diatribe. Still, His Highness got his reward, four in fact, for his sickening politically-correct outburst. Shame for all my Villa mates and one or two family members though, but at least you got there. I may never see such a thing in my lifetime, '68 was a long time ago.

Sunday, 24 May 2015

LBR 25

Rumours have been rife within the BNP over the last few weeks concerning the exact amount of money Eastern Organiser Richard Perry bet on Labour's non-show in the general election. Now the true extent of Richard's spectacular, winning gamble has finally emerged as he is captured over the weekend lining up this lovely Lamborghini to keep his Ferrari from getting lonely.

Under the circumstances he was going to register it with a "LBR 25" plate but thought that might be a little unfair on the manufacturer. Unfortunately my winning bet on the SNP wiping out Scottish Labour didn't quite stretch to a DBS, but I was happy enough, although maybe not as happy as Richard.

Friday, 22 May 2015

In a New York minute...

Not an uninteresting item contained in yesterday's Liverpool Echo especially since they don't appear to have doctored the corresponding comments - yet.You can expect more of this now the power structure has made good use of UKIP.

Should the public not lose its bottle again, we'll be out of the EU soon, with the referendum clock now relentlessly ticking, UKIP will be left with no purpose (and no Euro funding) - rather like one of those male spiders  devoured by the female after mating.

I heard Miliband arrived safely on his home planet late last night. A week or so in hyperspace under cryogenic storage powered with one of those new batteries thoughtfully donated by Tesla.

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

Skewed System

4 million votes and just one MP, not exactly very fair. One wonders if the BNP had had such a fair wind, saturation media coverage,front page tabloid endorsement and had not had our internal problems. Somebody would have had the job of explaining just all of that effort and expense could translate into just one out of the six hundred and fifty MPs. In other words 12.6% of the total vote rewards you with 0.15% representation.

Friday, 8 May 2015


Huge BNP social media assault on Labour pays dividends.

Miliband to return to home planet this weekend

The true deceitful ugliness of Labour was personified in Miliband, at least Cameron, for all his faults, actually looks the part, as opposed to a visitor from another galaxy. A promised EU referendum will mean we'll be out of the EU very soon unless it is fixed too.

You have to admire the way the Tories played the neo-Jacobite spectre of Scottish Marxists crossing the border to team up with Labour in order to shaft the English middle class. The SNP, for all their bluster, are now effectively superfluous having played their overall part in suppressing Labour to a tee. That will slowly dawn on them once they've finished their jig on Scottish Labour's grave.

As for the Lib Dems, Clegg doesn't even have the comfort of the option of resigning since there's no longer anyone left to replace him. Meanwhile in my old stomping ground of Dudley North it looks like the Conservatives would have won if they had selected local man Les Jones in the first place instead of inflicting Afzal Amin on the electorate. Not clever.