Tag Archives: Labour

Shame on you, John McDonnell, you lied over Grenfell Tower

Labour lost the last election,  partly because, as usual, they ran a dishonest campaign.   John McDonnell is still trying to wage class warfare with the same strategy of planting fake news, smearing leading Tories and outright lying.  Grenfell victims have said they do not want their anguish used for political purposes,  McDonnell doesn’t give a damn. 

McDonnell’s accusation, shames his office,   Politicising the Grenfell tragedy is all he cares about.  Desperate to whip up hate, McDonnell used the word “murder”.  Continue reading

Oaf Jeremy Corbyn insults the Queen

Oafish Jeremy Corbyn showed his contempt for our much loved Queen by refusing to bow to her in Parliament today as is the tradition.  Instead he smirked and winked like the outright yob he is.  Corbyn despises the Royals, he despises British tradition and he despises our history. 

Even worse, he failed to ask about the health of the 96 year old Duke of Edinburgh.  This behaviour, on the occasion of the Queen’s Speech along with his silly statement that  private property should be stolen from its owners to house the homeless and his insistence on a “Day of Rage” will not endear him to ordinary people.  Continue reading

Boris speaks out re. “political game playing” about the Grenfell tragedy

Unusually, Boris Johnson has spoken out about the “political game playing” surrounding the Grenfell Tower tragedy like a malign cloud.  Isn’t the suffering bad enough?   The london fire safety plan referred to below was backed by top fire chief Ron Dobson. 

Boris said:

There has sadly been some political game playing about the terrible fire in London. I find it unbelievable that Labour are suggesting that this tragedy was somehow caused by fire service cuts.

The fire brigade was there astonishingly quickly and performed with great bravery.  Continue reading

BREAKING! Lady says her grandson was told to vote Labour twice in GE “to save Britain”

Rumours are flying that up to a million students voted twice for Labour in the recent GE. If this is true, this is a bigger scandal than Tower Hamlets.  Much much bigger.Surely it is asking for trouble to allow students to be registered at their home address and also in their uni area.  See evidence below. Continue reading

Labour result was mediocre, not half as good as they pretend

To hear the spin, you would think Labour had won GE 2017. Thuggish tweeters poured onto twitter with lies,  smears,  and bleep bleep bleep tweets.  Led by terrorist sympathiser, and Palestinian terrorist admirer Jeremy Corbyn, Labour did better than expected, but expectation was they would be  wiped out. The accusations of anti semiticism in the party, always a serious problem with Corbyn, were not deal with in the election.   Let’s look at the data to see how well he really did. Continue reading

Sadiq Khan could pull Uber’s licence right here, right now, if he wanted to!

During his Mayoral campaign, Sadiq Khan, then one of Labour’s candidates for London mayor, said he would suspend Uber immediately if it emerged just a single driver did not hold genuine paperwork or was not properly insured.  Desperate to be Mayor, Sadiq talked tough!  He,  Sadiq, would protect black cab drivers and kick Uber out of the capital if they put one foot out of line!Straight talking black cab drivers were about to get a painful and entirely undeserved lesson in politics.  Far from being their White Knight, Sadiq has proved to be five and a half  feet of pain in the ass shoved into a 4 foot sack. Continue reading

Action man Boris helps East Africa and women, while lefties sneer and pose on demos

One would think that Diane Abbott of all people would be excited and supportive of the great work Boris Johnson is doing for women and in helping East Africa.  In Somalia, Boris was greeted with touching emotion by Somalians, who all said what a confidence boost his visit was and what a huge difference it made to see him.  The aid he helped unload was a live saver.

He was greeted with equal warmth and enthusiasm in Ethiopia,  Uganda and Kenya, as he discussed ideas for a better future for these countries with their rulers.  Continue reading