Wednesday, 28 September 2022

NEIL OLIVER'S MONOLOGUE 24.09.22

This week Neil critiques the bullying tactics of the establishment, led by its attack dogs in the mainstream media.  Whether you raise questions about mass immigration and grooming gangs (you're a racist), climate change (you're a denier), Covid vaccines (you're an anti-vaxxer) or Ukraine (you're a Putin supporter) - there is always a label in place to whip up the masses, ridicule dissent and maintain the narrative.

Neil explores the dangerous realities behind the fairytale myths of 'multi-culturalism'.  He talks Sweden, its migrant ghettos and mass bombings.  But again, those who question the insane migration policies of Europe and the US are shouted down as 'racists' by a woke establishment who will never experience first-hand the results of the demographic disaster they have imposed on the rest of us.

Neil experiences an autocue meltdown early on in this latest monologue, proving that he is only human.  Click below to watch his full ten minute piece to camera.

Friday, 23 September 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 22.09.22


Four by-elections this week and mixed results for the Conservatives.  There was another stunning victory over Labour (following last week's surprise result in Bolton).  This time it was Coventry where the Tory candidate swept to an impressive gain amid a crowded ballot paper.

However, the Tories failed to defend a seat in Wealden, East Sussex.  The Green candidate surged to an easy gain, helped only slightly by third placed Labour not fielding a candidate.

It was an easy hold for Labour in Stoke-on-Trent where they bizarrely appeared to take advantage of two absentees - UKIP and For Britain.

In north Wales it was a foregone conclusion with Plaid holding in Welsh-speaking territory.

Sherbourne, Coventry City Council

Con: 1,409 (53.3%) +14.3%
Lab: 895 (29.7%) -10.2%
Grn: 139 (5.3%) -4.0%
TUSC: 125 (4.7%) +0.4%
LDem: 94 (3.6%) -1.3%
Ind: 92 (3.5%) +0.7%

Con GAIN from Lab

Llanuwchllyn, Gwynedd Council

Plaid: 368 (95.8%) -4.2%
LDem: 16 (4.2%) New

Plaid HOLD (previously elected unopposed)

Bentilee & Ubberley, Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Lab: 469 (62.5%) +29.8%
Ind: 143 (19.1%) -3.0%
Con: 138 (18.4%) +9.5%

Lab HOLD

Maresfield, Wealden District Council

Grn: 651 (61.2%) +30.3%
Con: 412 (38.8%) -23.3%

Grn GAIN from Con

SULTANA'S TRAIN OF THOUGHT DERAILED


Poor Zarah Sultana.  The Coventry South MP was on her way to a leftist meeting in Leeds from London when she ran into trouble on the tracks.  She publicly apologised for her forced absence from the meeting after her train was stranded for several hours.  Zarah went on to explain how the incident served as 'another reminder that we need to bring rail into public ownership'.  She accompanied her tweet with a selfie...


Unfortunately for Zarah, things were about to get more than a little embarrassing.

Step forward 'Cameron' from the LNER rail network, whose train on which Zarah was stuck.  He apologised for the delay, which was due to damaged overhead cables near Stevenage.  Then came the gotcha moment: "On your other point, LNER is owned by the DfT after the franchise was handed back in 2018."

The DfT is the Department for Transport.  So, in actual fact the train upon which Zarah was making her case for nationalisation was actually owned by the government!


Cameron's tweets in response to Sultana drew an impressive response of almost 9,000 likes, almost half the total that she had received on her initial tweet (which is still live, despite the embarrassing faux pas).  The story even made the newspapers, including the Daily ExpressIndependent, Daily Telegraph and her local rag the Coventry Telegraph.

Thursday, 22 September 2022

COOPER STEPS DOWN


Labour's Rosie Cooper has stood down as the MP for West Lancashire with immediate effect, triggering a by-election for later this year.  Cooper has accepted a role as chair of the Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust.  Other MPs may have tried to continue their ride on the Westminster gravy train in conjunction with an additional job, particularly given that Starmer's proposed ban on second jobs is non-existent and openly flouted by his frontbenchers.  Cooper is clearly a more honourable member.

Already 72 years of age, Cooper had recently been re-selected for the next election, albeit she was far from approaching any sort of record for the oldest barnacle on the benches.  Many MPs have served well into their 80s (and even 90s).

Like our current Prime Minister, Cooper started out as a Liberal.  She represented her hometown of Liverpool as a liberal councillor from the age of 22 and became lord mayor in 1992.  She unsuccessfully fought two general elections and a parliamentary by-election in the 1980s.  In 1992 she fought another general election, now as a Liberal Democrat.  All the seats she contested were in her native Merseyside.

She made the switch to Labour in 1999 and continued to serve on Liverpool City Council until her defeat the following year.  She was selected to contest West Lancashire at the 2005 general election, a seat she has held ever since.  Her majorities have fluctuated between a low of 4,343 (2010) and 11,689 (2017).  Her majority is currently 8,336.

A fairly innocuous backbencher, Cooper never served on the front benches of any of her five party leaders.  She was among 22 Labour MPs who opposed gay marriage in 2013 and backed Remain in 2016, although she consistently vowed to uphold the outcome and repeatedly voted against her Brexit-blocking comrades in the 2019 impasse.  She backed David Miliband for the party leadership in 2010 and Lisa Nandy in 2020.  She did not publicly endorse a candidate in the 2015 and 2016 leadership elections.

No date has been set yet for the by-election to succeed Cooper.  The seat has been held by Labour since 1992, before which it was a Conservative held seat.

West Lancashire general election 2019 result

Rosie Cooper (Lab) 27,458 (52.1%) -6.8%
Jack Gilmore (Con) 19,122 (36.3%) -1.1%
Simon Thomson (LDem) 2,560 (4.9%) +2.9%
Marc Stanton (Brexit) 2,275 (4.3%) New
John Puddifer (Grn) 1,248 (2.4%) +1.1%

OFF HER LEICESTER ROCKER


The disgraced member for Leicester East has been embarrassing herself yet again.  Claudia Webbe's response to ongoing disturbances in Leicester have led to ridicule as she holds up the city as a harmonious shining example of multiculturalism - at a time in which it is tearing itself apart.

In the last few days Claudia has been busying herself on Twitter, repeating the laughable adage 'diversity is strength'.  She even suggested that 'right-wing fascism' was partly to blame for the violence, although some supporters have suggested that she was referring to Hindu nationalists.  But, as comedian Leo Kearse pointed out: "I'm pretty sure Claudia wasn't referring to that, because she's really thick".  That's not in any doubt.  Webbe later tweeted several screenshots that includes Kearse's response, labelling them examples of 'everyday racism, misogyny and abuse'.


In a letter to the acting chief constable of Leicestershire Police, Claudia also quoted constituents who blamed 'underlying Islamophobia' for the clashes.  One things is for sure, neither Webbe or her former comrades in the Labour Party will ever blame decades of mass immigration for importing the ethno-religious tribal politics of the Indian subcontinent for what is happening in UK cities such as Leicester and Birmingham.

Claudia Webbe was expelled from Labour in November 2021 following her harassment conviction, although she remains a member of the Socialist Campaign Group.

Sunday, 18 September 2022

CORBYN JOINS RACE BAIT PROTEST


Jeremy Corbyn joined BLM protesters as they hit the streets of London for a second consecutive weekend, ostensibly in relation to the fatal shooting of a black man in Streatham by armed police.  Far left agitators are hoping to whip up crowds to the point of violence.  We know from 2011 and 2020 what the direction of travel is with these demonstrations.

For now they are peaceful, but the motivation is clear for all to see.  Corbyn addressed the crowd, as his comrade Bell Ribeiro-Addy had done a week earlier, while standing alongside a girl wearing a 'defund the police' t-shirt.  Of course, by 'defund' they mean abolish.  If there were no police there would be anarchy on the streets, paving the way for their Marxist revolution.

Corbyn tweeted a picture of himself with raised fist and the hashtag #JusticeForChrisKaba.  The truth is that the left don't really give a shit about Chris Kaba, he is just the next George Floyd to exploit for their own political ends.  If they truly cared about black people dying violently they would be marching every week to oppose black-on-black violence.


Did the protesters spare a thought for the two police officers stabbed in London the night before their latest demo?  Don't blue lives matter?

Further reading

NEIL OLIVER'S MONOLOGUE 17.09.22

Neil sets the scene for his latest monologue in 1965 as the body of Winston Churchill lies in state.  He draws a parallel with the exceptionally long queues of people currently waiting to pay their respects to Her Majesty the Queen.  "Over and over again the silent majority - whoever they are, wherever they are - seem to defy expectations, much to the annoyance and frustration of those who wish they would simply disappear," he muses.

The silent majority, the loss of the Queen and British identity are the main focus of his talk.  Click below for the full piece.

Friday, 16 September 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 15.09.09


Three council by-elections this week and a welcome respite for the Conservatives from a long line of defeats.  They had lost every seat the party was defending in the last six weeks.  Things changed dramatically this week with a hold in Mid Sussex and a stunning victory over Labour in Bolton.  In the latter contest the Labour vote plummeted while the Tories surged.

In the other by-election Labour gained a seat from a local independent group in Mansfield.  The only absentees this week were UKIP who did not field a candidate in Bolton this time.

Rumworth, Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council

Con: 1,610 (55.0%) +44.1%
Lab: 1,102 (37.6%) -35.2%
Grn: 156 (5.3%) -2.6%
LDem: 36 (1.2%) -0.8%
RefUK: 23 (0.8%) New

Con GAIN from Lab

Oak Tree, Mansfield District Council

Lab: 141 (47.0%) +13.6%
Ind: 91 (30.3%) -19.8%
Con: 45 (15.0%) +3.5%
Frdm: 15 (5.0%) New
TUSC: 8 (2.7%) New

Lab GAIN from Ind

Bolney, Mid Sussex District Council

Con: 301 (50.6%) +1.2%
LDem: 163 (27.4%) +8.3%
Lab: 66 (11.1%) +4.6%
Loon: 30 (5.0%) New
Grn: 28 (4.7%) -8.8%
Ind: 7 (1.2%) New

Con HOLD

Abbreviations

Con = Conservative
Lab = Labour
Grn = Green
LDem = Liberal Democrats
RefUK = Reform UK
Frdm = Freedom
TUSC = Trade Union and Socialist Coalition
Loon = Monster Raving Loony
Ind = Independents

BLM RETURN TO THE STREETS


The BLM placards are out again on the streets of London.  Hundreds of protesters marched on Scotland Yard following the fatal shooting of a black rapper by police in Streatham.  This protest was peaceful, but that's how it started two years ago - before descending into running battles with police and widespread vandalism of British historical monuments.  The Marxists who sponsor these protests do not have peace in their hearts.  Some of the protesters concealed their faces and others wore paramilitary style clothing, including what appeared to be stab-proof vests.

Two members of Labour's Socialist Campaign Group were also in attendance on Saturday - Diane Abbott and Bell Ribeiro-Addy.  A third, Zarah Sultana, later tweeted that she had attended a vigil in honour of the dead man.  Ribeiro-Addy addressed the crowd during the protest and has been particularly vocal following the incident.  On Wednesday she wrote an article for the Independent.


It is a rare thing for someone to be shot by armed police in this country.  A black civilian is far more likely to be shot by another black civilian, but the left rarely concern themselves with such an epidemic of crime.  It does not present them with an opportunity to pedal division and provoke a fiery reaction.

It is eleven years since the riots which followed another police shooting in London, that of Mark Duggan.  That situation escalated very quickly and would lead to five deaths, hundreds of injuries and widespread destruction of property.  More protests are planned in relation to the Chris Kaba death and who knows where they will lead.  The left want a British George Floyd, but as always the truth is not as straightforward as they paint it.

The Audi which Kaba was driving on the night in question reportedly did not belong to him.  However, the vehicle had been linked to a recent shooting and that is why it was pursued.  Mr Kaba failed to stop and eventually the police had to ram the vehicle.  A witness later told the Evening Standard that even after the vehicle was brought to a halt and boxed in by police cars, the driver refused to co-operate: "He was trying to ram his way out and could have easily killed a policeman.  He was using his car as a weapon."  The witness says armed police ordered the occupant to exit the vehicle 'at least a dozen times' before a single gun shot was discharged into the windscreen.

Mr Kaba was struck and later died of his injuries.  He was unarmed.

The truth will out eventually, but patience is thin on the ground and the left are ratcheting up tensions.  The 2011 riots occurred at the height of summer, but with cold nights drawing in hopefully time is running out for a repeat.

Sunday, 11 September 2022

NEIL OLIVER'S MONOLOGUE 10.09.22

In a much shorter monologue than usual (five and a half minutes), Neil discusses the passing of Her Majesty the Queen.  She was a 'constant in a landscape ever changing' he says, and how the world has changed since 1952.  He puts the longevity of her reign into perspective by pointing out that her first Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, was born in 1874 when Queen Victoria was on the throne.

The monologue is interspersed with scenes from Her Majesty's reign.  Click below for the full piece...

Friday, 9 September 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 08.09.22


Five council seats up for grabs this week and another terrible outing for the Tories.  There was no Truss bounce as the Conservatives lost all four of the seats they were defending.

On West Sussex County Council the Tories lost to an independent who came from nowhere to take the seat, arguably aided by the absence of the Lib Dems and Greens.  In Arun (also West Sussex) the Green Party was victorious, undoubtedly aided by the absence of the Lib Dems.  The Tories also lost to the Greens in Lancaster, although there were no 'progressive alliance' absenteeism here - they were crushed despite the addition of a Lib Dem candidate.

The Tories also lost a seat to Labour in Cannock Chase (Staffordshire), finishing an embarrassing third - no 'progressive alliance' absentees here either.

The other contest was in Hartlepool where Labour won a seat vacated by an independent.  There were three absentees from this contest - Veterans and People's Party, Reform UK and For Britain.

Barnham, Arun District Council

Grn: 786 (50.9%) +19.0%
Con: 641 (41.5%) +11.5%
Lab: 116 (7.5%) -8.0%

Grn GAIN from Con

Hednesford North, Cannock Chase District Council

Lab: 290 (38.1%) +4.8%
Ind: 228 (30.0%) +2.6%
Con: 208 (27.3%) -12.0%
Ind: 35 (4.6%) New

Lab GAIN from Con

Foggy Furze, Hartlepool Borough Council

Lab: 443 (43.9%) +24.1%
Con: 391 (38.8%) +9.0%
Ind: 126 (12.5%) -17.7%
LDem: 49 (4.9%) New

Lab GAIN from Ind

Warton, Lancaster City Council

Grn: 452 (65.7%) +32.8%
Con: 169 (24.6%) -22.7%
Lab: 44 (6.4%) -13.5%
LDem: 23 (3.3%) New

Grn GAIN from Con

Felpham, West Sussex County Council

Ind: 803 (43.4%) New
Con: 733 (39.6%) -12.8%
Lab: 217 (11.7%) +3.5%
Ind: 99 (5.3%) -14.8%

Ind GAIN from Con

Thursday, 8 September 2022

STARMER AT FRONTBENCHER'S BOOK LAUNCH

Keir Starmer has doubled down on his second jobs hypocrisy by attending a book launch by one of his own frontbenchers.  Nick Thomas-Symonds had spent the last fortnight promoting his 544 page biography of Harold Wilson, for which Starmer had already provided a quote for the cover.  On Wednesday night the Labour leader joined Thomas-Symonds for the official launch of his book (the book itself had already been on sale for a week).


Thomas-Symonds was also joined by Sky News presenter Wilfred Frost (son of David).  Frost appeared to throw his impartiality out of the window by praising the book and its author in a tweet"A great launch for a fabulous book, which I highly recommend. Congrats Nick!" he wrote.

Keir Starmer has repeatedly called for the banning of second jobs for MPs, with 'limited exceptions for public service'.  A good example of such an exception would be NHS doctor Rosena Allin-Khan, who is also a Labour frontbencher.  However, is a biographer or author really a 'public service' role Sir Keir?

Two other Labour frontbenchers - Anneliese Dodds and Catherine West - didn't take exception to Nick's second job as the latter proudly tweeted her attendance along with a photo posing with the author.

Keir Starmer at the book launch, while the author (left) and Wilfred Frost
(right) look on
Labour frontbencher Catherine West poses with the author while her colleague
Anneliese Dodds can be seen in the background (red dress)

Rampant hypocrisy in action.

Wednesday, 7 September 2022

PRIME MINISTER'S QUESTIONS 07.09.22

The Commons returned to action this week and the new Prime Minister went head to head with Keir Starmer for her first PMQs.  Prepare for lots of back-patting followed immediately by plenty of sniping.

Watch below.

Monday, 5 September 2022

THE MONTH IN CARTOONS - AUGUST 2022

August was dominated by the never-ending Tory leadership contest, with just those two politicians being the only MPs who were not on holiday.  The government was AWOL as Brits reeled from the news that energy bills would surge by 80 per cent on October 1.  In other toon action were the warmongering Democrats on a mission to poke the Chinese dragon and the Federal Stasi Bureau of Investigation raiding Mar-a-Lago - while the Clintons, Epstein's clients and Hunter 'crack-pipe' Biden remained unhindered.  

Also featured: the inflation-raising Inflation Reduction Act, bugs for tea, Afghan women, Satanic Verses, the climate scam, a drone strike, the leader of no opposition, the last leader of the USSR, inflation, inflation and more inflation...

Watch below or on YouTube.

Sunday, 4 September 2022

NAZ SHAH'S YORKSHIRE FIFTH


Naz Shah's visit to flood-hit Pakistan is a reminder of where Labour's priorities lie.  During a cost of lockdown crisis that will hit low-paid British workers hard in the pocket, a Labour frontbencher jets off halfway around the world to plead for help on behalf of Pakistani flood victims.  It's a terrible tragedy no doubt, but does it warrant a personal aid flight?  Voluntary or otherwise, does aid work not also register as a second job?  Presumably Keir Starmer would have been only too happy to sanction such a trip and if anyone had dared ask he would have exempted it by way of Labour's 'limited exceptions in cases of public service'.  We were not aware such public service extended around the world.

The floods in Pakistan occurred at the height of the monsoon season in south Asia, but just like the heatwaves in Europe that occurred at the height of summer - the culprit was immediately identified by the establishment as 'climate change'.  That record isn't going to change any time soon.  Whatever the weather event - mild winter, cold winter, dry spring, wet spring - the blame will always be the same.  It's a scam that Labour is only too happy to indulge.  Naz Shah's Labour colleagues were quick to perpetuate tales of a 'climate crisis' and 'climate catastrophe' in Pakistan, including Preet Kaur Gill, Yasmin Qureshi and Anas Sarwar.

During her Pakistan trip Naz made several videos on behalf of the Islamic Relief charity, which is based in the UK.  She also wrote an article for the Metro newspaper about her visit and told Sky News that the £1.5million sent by the UK government was just 'one per cent of what the United Nations had asked for'.  She also bemoaned rising inflation in Pakistan and implored viewers to donate.  It was clearly a plea from the heart.

Shah describes herself as a 'proud Yorkshire lass' in her Twitter profile, but when other Yorkshire lasses were being groomed and raped by Pakistani gangs she openly mocked them on Twitter by retweeting an account that had written: "Those abused girls in Rotherham and elsewhere just need to shut their mouths.  For the good of diversity."  To alleviate any notion of ambiguity she also clicked the 'like' button on said tweet.

Ironically, Shah has since been appointed the 'shadow minister for crime reduction'.  One wonders if the remit includes gang rape.  Prior to that role she was the 'shadow minister for community cohesion' and before that the 'shadow minister for women and equalities'.  You might laugh, if it wasn't so insulting.

During Naz Shah's seven year parliamentary career she has repeatedly acted in the interests of her ethnic and religious kin.  She is an outspoken critic of Israel and had the party whip briefly withdrawn in 2016 when she was found to have posted a meme suggesting Israel be relocated to the United States.  She is particularly fond of one of her Commons speeches in which she defended the Prophet Muhammad, comparing criticism of him to the physical damage of statues that was seen during the BLM riots.  This speech has been pinned to the top of her Twitter feed for more than a year.

Since returning from Pakistan, Naz has given a keynote speech at the Islamic Financial News Forum 2022 in London.  There, she announced that the 'Islamic finance sector' is set to grow beyond $4trillion by 2030.  Asides from the question as to why there is a parallel faith-based finance system in the West, why is such plentiful wealth not called upon to help victims of, say, a flood in Pakistan?  The United Nations demanded £138million for Pakistan, but this is a drop in the ocean for a finance sector worth trillions.

These are the actions of a fifth column.  Parallel institutions, parallel rules, parallel finance - taking everything from a host nation while providing very little of positive note in return.

Furthermore, this fifth column has effectively captured the Labour party.  How else are the grooming gangs allowed to operate so freely in Labour-led towns and cities?  Why did Labour's current leader turn a blind eye when he was in such a lofty position as the director of public prosecutions?  And let's not forget who the victims are in these crimes - the very offspring of the workers that Labour once strove to represent.

The party of Keir Hardie is dead.

NEIL OLIVER'S MONOLOGUE 03.09.22

Neil's latest verbal assault on the global elite kicks off with a call to 'stand up for humanity', referencing the push for depopulation espoused by unelected tyrants such as Bill Gates.  Millions of children are growing up around the world terrified of the future because of 'relentless anti-human propaganda dressed up as green politics' that make them feel guilty just for existing.  Here here, Mr Oliver.

This is a brutal twelve and a half minute take down of the net zero nightmare that will, inevitably, lead to a dramatic reduction in living standards - not to mention civil unrest.  And it's coming sooner than many may think...

Friday, 2 September 2022

COUNCIL BY-ELECTIONS 01.09.22


Two by-elections this week, both in the Worcestershire town of Redditch.  Both contests were Conservative defences, one each for the local council and county council.  This has been solid blue territory in recent years, but in keeping with recent results and opinion polling the Tories lost both seats to Labour.  There were no absences on either ballot, so this cannot simply be chalked up to the so-called 'progressive alliance'.

Headless Cross & Oakenshaw, Redditch Borough Council

Lab: 767 (41.9%) +17.7%
Con: 686 (37.5%) -25.4%
LDem: 274 (15.0%) +9.3%
Grn: 102 (5.6%) -1.6%

Lab GAIN from Con

Arrow Valley West, Worcestershire County Council

Lab: 1,342 (53.7%) +16.4%
Con: 893 (35.7%) -14.3%
Grn: 146 (5.8%) -1.2%
LDem: 120 (4.8%) -0.9%

Lab GAIN from Con

Thursday, 1 September 2022

NICK'S BOOK AND PROMO TOUR

Labour frontbencher Nick Thomas-Symonds is the latest MP to draw howls of hypocrisy over secondary income.  Despite Labour's policy on banning second jobs - with 'limited exemptions for public service' - Thomas-Symonds has proudly unveiled a biography he's written about Harold Wilson.  


Not only has Thomas-Symonds since embarked on a busy media tour to promote his book, his party leader heaped further mockery on his own second jobs policy by providing a quote for the front cover of the book!  Thomas-Symonds even thanked Starmer for the quote in a tweet.  However, the quote is strangely absent from published versions of the book and only appears on the promo copies unveiled by the author in the above photograph.

Nick has used various radio appearances to promote the book including Radio 4Times Radio, Talk Radio Europe and he'll also be pushing it at the Gloucester History Festival in September.  He has already received more than £4,000 as an advance from his literary agent.

Thomas-Symonds was elected for the Torfaen constituency in 2015 and has held various front bench roles in both the Corbyn and Starmer shadow cabinets.  He was appointed to his most senior position when Starmer was elected Labour leader in 2020, holding down the role of shadow home secretary for 18 months before being demoted to shadow international trade secretary.

The Wilson biography is the third he's written, albeit the first published during his time as an MP.  His previous biographies were also about Labour politicians (Clement Attlee and Aneurin Bevan).