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
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
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 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
If only I had a pound for everyone who said “if Nigel comes back then we’re voting UKIP” . . . Let me start by saying this: Nigel Farage was THE reason I originally started voting UKIP, and the reason why I was persuaded that there should be a referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. To a great many, Nigel was for many … Continue reading To Nigel Farage: Back UKIP, or back off!
It’s 2018 and here in Great Britain we are finally having a summer worth moaning over. We’ve finally reached a point where we are seemingly entitled to complain about “how hot it is”. The funny thing is that so many people have forgotten what a ‘real’ Summer is like in the Northern Hemisphere, that when it happens, they forget why it happens. Is it down … Continue reading Feeling hot, hot hot…
I’ve written in previous posts here about how the Brexit that we voted for is turning into a ‘rebranding charade’, and that the LibDem/Tory/Labour parties are one and the same. So what alternative option is there? UKIP of course! Now, don’t get me wrong, UKIP did/does still have its faults. But under the helm of Gerard Batten, the future does look much brighter, and the … Continue reading Only UKIP can save our country
Let me start by giving you my opinion on Donald Trump. I’m no fan of Mr Trump, while there are some policies of his that I do agree with, there are others that I don’t. But I respect the fact that he is the democratically-elected President Of The United States. He is ‘not my President’ only in that he has no jurisdiction over the British … Continue reading Welcoming Trump to the UK, why not?
It’s been a crazy 24 hours. Yesterday, former EDL leader turned citizen journalist Tommy Robinson was arrested outside Leeds Crown Court while livestreaming, initially charged with a “breach of the peace”. Just a few hours later, it transpired that he had been found guilty and sentenced to 13 months in prison. In my opinion, this is an absolute travesty of justice. Why was he at … Continue reading Media silenced as Tommy Robinson jailed
In the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is their ‘holy month’, marked most famously by the fasting, then the feast of Eid that follows. It also oddly seems to be a period when Islamic terrorism rises to the fore, despite being such a ‘holy’ month where many Muslims become involved with charities, paying their ‘Zakat’, and generally reflecting on how grateful they are to Allah. This year, … Continue reading Ramadan 2018: Terror season is upon us