Friday, 19 August 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 18.08.22


Just two council seats were up for grabs this week - a Lib Dem defence in Cambridgeshire and a Conservative defence in Lancashire.  The Lib Dems easily held in Cambridge, increasing their majority in the Trumpington ward.  However, the Conservatives were shocked in Wyre, where an independent candidate came from nowhere to take the blue seat.  Labour also saw their share of the vote slump here.

Trumpington, Cambridge City Council

LDem: 1,017 (49.8%) +11.8%
Lab: 472 (23.1%) -4.5%
Grn: 298 (14.6%) -3.1%
Con: 256 (12.5%) -4.2%

LDem HOLD

Preesall, Wyre Council

Ind: 595 (39.5%) New
Con: 495 (32.8%) -29.9%
Lab: 315 (20.9%) -16.4%
Ind: 102 (6.8%) New

Ind GAIN from Con

Tuesday, 16 August 2022

NEIL OLIVER'S MONOLOGUE 13.08.22

Neil returns to action in his latest monologue and begins by exploring the falsehood that the state is 'essentially benevolent and well-meaning', a concept that he adhered to himself for most of his life.  "I was as gullible as the next chump" he says, in words that could easily be attributed to us here at BTLP two years ago.  There follows some of his finest analogies, too many to list here.

Speaking about the net zero agenda, Neil says it's time people 'treated themselves' to the 'understanding that the powers that be fully intend that we should have less heat and less fuel'.  "If the way of life they preach at us was worth living wouldn't they be living it already?" he asks, pointing out that celebs and politicians promoting net zero are happy to jet-set around the world in their private jets and live the highest quality of life possible.

"The stink of corruption is everywhere... open your eyes and see".

Click below for Mr Oliver's full ten minute and 44 second demolition of the globalist agenda...

Monday, 15 August 2022

LABOUR'S PAKISTANI LOVE-IN

75 years ago the end of the British Raj triggered the independence of both India and Pakistan.  While some Labour politicians were largely silent about the former, many of them wallowed in the celebration of the latter.  Sadiq Khan tweeted or retweeted about Pakistan no less than ten times on Sunday.  No great surprise there really, but it was Starmer's tweet that was seen as a slap in the face for a generation of British girls.  "Britain's a far richer country for the contribution of the British Pakistani community" he crowed.  Thousands of victims of Pakistani grooming gangs up and down the country may beg to differ about their 'contribution'...


Needless to say, Starmer's tweet was not well received.  "How exactly has Britain grown richer from the Pakistani diaspora to the UK?" asked Mark Cropper, "I see people who remain separate, who reject British culture and adhere to the depraved morals of the Third World."  Alan Quinn wrote: "Rape gangs, hordes of thugs, honour killings in their own families, female genital mutilation, animal cruelty, Sharia law, disrespect for British laws, forcing cinemas to close, no women's rights?"

The Labour leader did not mention the independence of India on his Twitter timeline.


Starmer may be prepared to stand in front of a Union flag these days, but make no mistake - he and his party are no friends of Britain.

Saturday, 13 August 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 11.08.22


Three council contests this week - two Conservative defences and one Labour defence.  The Tories held in Spelthorne (Surrey) and Wychavon (Worcestershire).  In the latter the Tory incumbent was previously elected unopposed.  UKIP and Labour were absent in Spelthorne this time, but the Conservatives still managed to increase their vote share.

Meanwhile, Labour lost to an independent in Bridgend.

Bridgend Central, Bridgend County Borough Council

Ind: 716 (46.8%) +2.1%
Lab: 590 (38.6%) -4.3%
Con: 150 (9.8%) -2.7%
Grn: 40 (2.6%) New
LDem: 34 (2.2%) New

Ind GAIN from Lab

Laleham & Shepperton Green, Spelthorne Borough Council

Con: 810 (55.5%) +3.8%
LDem: 578 (39.6%) +16.0%
TUSC: 71 (4.9%) New

Con HOLD

Dodderhill, Wychavon District Council

Con: 199 (46.8%)
Grn: 176 (41.4%)
LDem: 32 (11.8%)

Con HOLD

Abbreviations

Lab = Labour
Con = Conservative
Grn = Green
LDem = Liberal Democrat
TUSC = Trade Union and Socialist Coalition
Ind = Independents

Thursday, 11 August 2022

WOKE TOM'S HISTORICAL BULLS***


Olympic swimmer Tom Daley has been roundly mocked for his bizarre assertion that the root cause of homophobia in Commonwealth countries is British colonialism.  Historians were quick to point out the absurdity of his theory, including those from Commonwealth backgrounds.  Dr Zareer Masani wrote: "I can assure [Daley] that male homosexuality in India carried penalties under both Hindu and Sharia Islamic law long before the British Raj."  Another, Professor Robert Tombs wrote: "The BBC, through Daley, has yet to visit Saudi Arabia or Iran - neither of which were colonised - to complain that homophobia there is 'a legacy of Islam'."

Therein lies the problem.  Daley is just a symptom of the wider left narrative that dictates only white people, usually white men, are to blame for everything bad in the world today.  At one point during the documentary Tom reacts to the separate issue of slavery: "It honestly makes me feel sick to be British."  Such a statement is a typical response from someone who has bought into woke ideology, which routinely seeks to undermine Western civilisation with the ultimate aim of destroying it and replacing it with communism.

Of course he may just be dumb enough to be totally unaware of Britain's role in abolishing slavery and his BBC handlers were certainly not going to fill him in on it.

From critical race theory to the toppling of statues, we are witnessing an all-out assault on Britain, her history and those of us who are ethnically British.  While schools and universities indoctrinate our youngsters into a lifetime of shame and serfdom, the BBC and Hollywood pumps the same propaganda into their heads outside the classroom.

Never be ashamed of who you are.

Monday, 8 August 2022

EMILY CARVER'S MONOLOGUE 06.08.22

"It may be warm outside, but there's a chilling red wind coming" warns Emily Carver as she stands in for Neil Oliver again.  And the red sails of communism are coming down the track thanks to our very own fake conservative party.  The crazed socialist policies of lockdowns and handouts have led us directly into recession and into the arms of the baying left, who naturally argue that capitalism is to blame!  Never forget that we are where are, not just because of Johnson, but because he was so eagerly supported by his opposite number Sir Squeaky at every turn.  Starmer is as much to blame as Johnson, but the Tories will carry the can because they were at the helm of the ship.

One can argue that Starmer backed Covid measures because they smacked of the nanny state that Labour embrace.  Or, insidiously, he knew they would destroy everything and make him Prime Minister at the next election.  Either way, he is complicit.

Click below for Emily's five minute monologue.

Friday, 5 August 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 04.08.22


Just one by-election to report this week, an easy hold for Labour in Luton.  There was also a by-election in the Shetlands, but this was an all-independent contest.

Dallow, Luton Borough Council

Lab: 1,486 (53.6%) -12.9%,
LDem: 1,076 (38.8%) New
Con: 154 (5.6%) -7.6%
Ind: 58 (2.1%) -18.3%

Lab HOLD

Wednesday, 3 August 2022

THE MONTH IN CARTOONS - JULY 2022

As you might expect, much of last month's edition is taken up by Johnson's demise and the various campaigns to succeed him.  However, there is much more to get through - including the 'woke intermission', Starmer's union troubles, the Dutch uprising, Hunter's latest debauched antics, the heatwave, the climate scam, the 'liberal world order', Sleepy Joe's repeat Covid, jabs for babies and more!

Click below or watch on YouTube.

Tuesday, 2 August 2022

EMILY CARVER'S MONOLOGUE 30.07.22

Neil Oliver was away last week, so conservative commentator Emily Carver stepped in to fill his GB News slot.  Her monologue was much shorter than what we're used to, but it didn't lack in impact.  Carver painted a dark picture of what might happen this winter when bills rise sharply again.  Thus far, there are few signs that the apathy of the British is at any risk at all, despite millions feeling the pinch already.  Emily lends her view on the solutions proposed by three potential leaders - Truss, Sunak and Starmer.

The key to fending off widespread poverty is undoubtedly linked to a break with the crazed net zero targets of the globalists and the left, a bandwagon that current PM Carrie Johnson happily nudged her husband onto.  "We have the resources under our feet, why aren't we digging them out?" asks Carver.  Indeed.

For Emily's full five minute piece to camera, click below.