A Mail on Sunday poll shows that PM May has soared into a huge personal lead over antisemitic Jeremy Corbyn.
On March 4th, the Russians tried to murder the Skripals and May’s personal popularity soared to 13 points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn. Her handling of the situation far outclassed the potty theories of the Labour leader, who was seen as a Russian stool pigeon, or as Boris Johnson put it, Russia’s useful idiot. Continue reading
Posted in International
Tagged Assad, boris johnson, Chemical weapons, Corbyn, international crisis, Jezza, Mail on Sunday, May, Russians, Skripals, Sunday Times
OI JEZZA HEY HEY HEY
What have you actually done today?
You say you care – it’s all come unstuck
You don’t do nuthin. You’re a Milkshake Duck.
Meaning of Milkshake Duck
Someone who gains fame for something nice and positive, only afterwards to be revealed as a deeply flawed character, with a shady past, often involving corrosive social/political ideologies, that destroy the goodwill people have towards them. Continue reading
This outstanding speech that made Boris Johnson the star of the Tory conference, is possibly his best speech ever.
“Thank you Zac, and thank you for just showing once again that you have exactly the qualities of originality and drive that will help you win in London in May. I tell you when I knew we were going to be all right in that amazing election and it wasn’t the Ed stone the heaviest suicide note in history or the mysterious second kitchen.It was when I was walking one of those furiously contested high streets in North West London where one week the Tory posters went up, only to vanish next week in favour of Labour posters and we were busy restoring the Tory posters when a shopkeeper told me that he had definitely made his mind up and for the first time in his life he was switching right across from Labour to Tory because he just didn’t think that Labour under Miliband would be on the side of businesses like his and then another Asian shopkeeper said exactly the same and then another and I was so struck that in the evening I texted the PM – no profanities on either side, I promise and I said: mate we are going to win this thing. Continue reading
Posted in National
Tagged boris johnson, capitalism, City Hall, Corbynistas, David Cameron, democracy, Ed Miliband, Ed stone, English language, Greece, Hugo Chavez, Jezza, Juncker, Labour, Lynton Crosby, Marxism, One Nation, rugby scrum, Tania Matthias, Tory conference, Zac
Yesterday little Japan, who hadn’t won a World Cup game for 24 years, beat the mighty Springboks in the greatest upset in World Cup history. The Japanese showed that if you use the talents you have, play to your strengths and give everything, you can beat the mightiest. What a life lesson for kids throughout the world.It was the Incredible Hulks v. The Red Hornets. Although De Villiers has only had 4 hours play this year, and some of the Saffers are well, older, the team are not exactly Dad’s Army. What they have is muscle, and they excel at strong set pieces and strong driving mauls. Continue reading
Boris Johnson writes in the Daily Telegraph today on the vitally important subject of the Trade Unions Bill. It’s the unions that attack the poor these days, so how will Jez, the new leader of the Labour Party respond?Boris begins: “Well, folks, the joke’s over. They really have elected him: a man who rebelled against the Labour Party 533 times, who cosies up to just about every terrorist group in the world, who wants this country to leave Nato and who once campaigned for school playing fields to be handed over to gypsies. It is surreal, incredible – and yet Jeremy Corbyn is now in charge of Her Majesty’s Official Opposition, and we must take him seriously. Continue reading