The Brexit Party – or “Making Plans For Nigel”

In a blaze of triumphant glory, Nigel Farage announced yesterday that the all new “The Brexit Party” had been formally recognised by the Electoral Commission and would be ready to stand candidates in any forthcoming election. The party was founded with my full support and with the intention of fighting the European elections on May 23 if Brexit has not been delivered by then. I … Continue reading The Brexit Party – or “Making Plans For Nigel”

Brexit: “No Parliamentary majority for ‘no-deal'”?

Following the defeat last week in the House Of Commons of Theresa May’s “Withdrawal Agreement” (WA), our MPs are now insisting that the “no-deal” Brexit must be “taken off the table”. One soundbite we keep hearing is: “There is no majority in parliament for a no deal Brexit… “ Ahem, well actually there is. The invoking of ‘Article 50 of the Treaty Of The European … Continue reading Brexit: “No Parliamentary majority for ‘no-deal’”?

Sandwell: the one-party state

I spent much of my life living in Sandwell, a metropolitan borough in the West Midlands, sitting between Dudley and Birmingham. Although I was born in Dudley and lived there for four years, much of my life I grew up in Oldbury and Smethwick, before moving to Birmingham ten years ago in 2008. The Metropolitan Borough of Sandwell was formed in 1974, merging several boroughs, … Continue reading Sandwell: the one-party state

Angry Truck Driver vs Calais ‘migrants’

Sometimes it is interesting to view a video that presents a different aspect to the narrative that we are constantly force fed by our media. We all know about what the media tell us about the thousands of ‘migrants’ gathered at Calais in France, and we have no doubt seen the likes of Lily Allen shedding their crocodile tears while urging us all to ‘do … Continue reading Angry Truck Driver vs Calais ‘migrants’

Doctor Who: adventures in time, space, political correctness and diversity

Since I was a child, I have loved the adventures of “Doctor Who”, the longest running show ever and one of the BBC’s finest creations. For the uninitiated, it tells the tale of a ‘Time Lord’ from the planet of Gallifrey, who stole a time machine called the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimensions in Space) which was supposed to change its form to blend in … Continue reading Doctor Who: adventures in time, space, political correctness and diversity

Opinion Polls and the Sheep Mentality

How often do you see news stories beginning with ‘latest polls suggest…’, or ‘a new opinion poll reveals…’? Understanding that much of the mainstream media output is just propaganda, is a good starting point. Their purpose is to try and lead the masses into a particular way of thinking, always towards the outcome they are looking to impose. If the public can be tricked into … Continue reading Opinion Polls and the Sheep Mentality

Declaring war on Amazon

I came across the following articles concerning Amazon, and I must admit, I got “triggered” (again!) Daily Mail: Amazon has nearly HALVED its tax bill to just £4.5m despite seeing sales in Britain soar to £2bn a year – as it stands accused of crippling our high streets: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6021101/Theyre-taking-fools-Amazon-nearly-halved-corporation-tax-bill-just-4-5million.html Daily Mail: Fake store fronts now lining the high street devastated by online shopping… just five … Continue reading Declaring war on Amazon

“Project Fear” – Scaring us with LIES

Breitbart: “Project Fear Latest: Brexit to Ground Planes, End Sandwich Trade, Cause ‘Super-Gonorrhoea’ Epidemic” The steady diet of Brexit scare stories is continuing, with officials claiming the country could be overtaken by super-gonorrhoea and other infectious diseases. The claims follow revelations from a Tory MP close to Theresa May that the Government plans to “scare people witless” over the summer about the supposed consequences of … Continue reading “Project Fear” – Scaring us with LIES

Ask questions: when the news makes no sense

This week, here in Birmingham, we had two reports of ‘acid attacks’ being carried out. One in particular drew my attention. Initially I saw a Facebook post from West Midlands Police, which reported they were investigating an attack on a woman in the Ladywood area of Birmingham, who had had acid thrown at her by a passing moped or bike rider. It wasn’t until a … Continue reading Ask questions: when the news makes no sense

My vision of a post-Brexit Britain

My biggest criticism of Theresa May during the so-called Brexit ‘negotiations’ with the EU, is that with her being a ‘Remainer’, the woman has no vision or desire, or even imagination, to envisage what a future Britain could/should look like beyond our withdrawal from the EU. Our Remain-leaning politicians, of which there are a great many, can’t seem to give up the ‘comfort blanket’ of … Continue reading My vision of a post-Brexit Britain