Dominic Lawson wrote a significant article yesterday in which he said twitter is turning people into attention seeking children. He also criticised the lies and abuse on twitter, that are “dumbing the whole world down.”
It seems that the Labour strategy of endless abuse, lies and non stop smear campaigns aimed at leading Tory figures is not working. Alastair Campbell should know. His name and notoriety are based on his success in inventing smear campaigns and spin. Continue reading
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Journalists and editors are lining up to praise in glowing terms the fearless power and imagination of Boris’s vision for Brexit.
As Andrew Gimson says in his article, Timid Tories need a warrior like Boris: It is a rallying cry to the troops. Johnson steps forward like Henry V before Agincourt. Gimson says later on: Do we really want to show such an anxious attitude to Europe? Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew Gimson, boris johnson, Brexit, Charles Moore, Conor Burns MP, Daily Express, Daily Mail, Dan Hanaan, Dominic Lawson, Janet Daley, Leo McKinstry, Quentin Letts, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Times, Times, timid Tories
Robert Peston should be ashamed at the way he brushed aside the abusive behaviour of Corbynistas. Apparently a Tory MP has been suspended for using the phrase “n…… in a woodpile”. Daily Corbynista abuse is a million times worse than this.
Although I am a Tory, many of Mrs. May’s policies and decisions are not policies and decisions I agree with. But the abuse she gets is over the top. So indignant have I been at the cussing and blinding she receives, several times, I have told the tweeters responsible that they are out of line. Continue reading
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Tagged £100 billion, boris johnson, Brexit, bullies, Corbyn, Corbynistas, Dominic Lawson, EU, Mrs. May, PM, Robert Peston, student fees, Theresa May, Thuglike bullies
Where did Corbyn learn about the working classes? Jeremy was a private school boy, with rich parents, who has never known pain or want in his life. So he’s comfortable relating to the sort of people who go to Glasto! Corbo was a spoilt brat as a child, every wish granted. Ditto the posers at Glasto!
Boris Johnson knows more about pain, deprivation and loss than fakey poo Corbyn will ever know and he doesn’t go around shouting about it! Private schooling and being spoilt silly don’t make you a man of the people, Jeremy!
Dominic Lawson wrote today: ‘CORBYN bares his soul at Glastonbury and speaks directly to the dispossessed.’ That was the headline on a eulogistic article about the Labour leader’s address to the pop festival, which so captivated one of the countless BBC staff attending that he tweeted a photo of Corbyn taking the crowd’s applause with the caption ‘When you ace the chorus line.’ Continue reading
A strange situation now exists whereby Mrs. May, who refused to fight for her beliefs in the EU Referendum. appointed three Brexit Ministers, to execute the will of the people, but refuses to allow them to speak frankly on Brexit.Phillip Hammond, a Remainer, is allowed to say what he likes, but David Davis and Boris Johnson, who risked his entire career to fight for the rights of ordinary people, are continually “slapped down!” Dominic Lawson commented tartly “Perhaps Mrs May was trying to let them know that, Wellington-style, she expected her cabinet to be as obedient as the ranks should be to their commanding officer.” Continue reading
In an article today in the Daily Mail, Dominic Lawson says: “But while claiming he won’t engage in open conflict with his own colleagues, Cameron has been traducing them in his own way.Last week he accused those supporting Brexit of being ‘immoral’. Number 10 solicited interventions from the former Conservative deputy prime minister Michael Heseltine, who obligingly described Boris Johnson as ‘preposterous’, ‘obscene’ and ‘irresponsible’, and from the former party chairman Chris Patten, who said Johnson was unable to tell ‘the difference between fact and fiction’.” Continue reading
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