Saturday 22 June 2024


Keir Starmer and Martina Anderson

There was one thing that symbolised Jeremy Corbyn for many right-minded Brits.  It was his long association with both the IRA and its political wing Sinn Fein.  As fellow Marxists with a shared hatred of Britain, Corbyn and the IRA were a match made in ideological Heaven.  Their association was no secret and when Martin McGuinness died in 2017, Corbyn paid warm tribute to his old comrade.  Corbyn was Labour leader at that time and naturally he provoked a furious backlash from veterans and relatives of IRA victims.

Corbyn's successor has gone to great lengths to distance himself from his predecessor, ejecting him permanently from the party earlier this year.  However, what the British public don't know is that Keir Starmer himself also has an ongoing relationship with the Marxists of Sinn Fein-IRA.

When Starmer won the Labour leadership election in 2020, one of those congratulating him was his friend Martina Anderson.  Who is Martina Anderson?  Well, as a young woman in the 1980s she was an IRA terrorist with multiple convictions, culminating in a life sentence in 1986 for conspiring to cause explosions.  Six years earlier she was arrested at the scene of a bombing in Londonderry and later convicted of possessing a firearm and causing an explosion.

In June 1985 she was arrested at a makeshift bomb factory in Glasgow, along with four other terrorists that included the Brighton bomber Patrick Magee.  Only Magee was convicted in relation to Brighton, but Anderson and the others were convicted of conspiring to cause explosions.  She was released from her English prison thanks to the Good Friday Agreement in 1998.

Around that time a young socialist lawyer by the name of Keir Starmer took on the role of human rights advisor to the Northern Ireland Policing Board.  He was still in that role when Anderson - now a Sinn Fein Assembly Member - was appointed a member of the policing board.  With peace in Northern Ireland still relatively new, it was a highly controversial appointment given the IRA's murder of more than 300 police officers.  Starmer didn't seem to mind, and he bonded with Anderson.

Their friendship was exposed for the world to see when Starmer was elected Labour leader in 2020.  Anderson publicly congratulated Starmer and also praised Corbyn, sharing photos of her with the respective Labour leaders (see Facebook post below).  The photo with Starmer was taken in January 2018 when he was Corbyn's Brexit spokesman.  Sinn Fein were also opposed to Brexit and campaigned to keep Northern Ireland inside the EU, which thanks to the fudged Tory Brexit it still technically is.

Anderson has not toned down her Republican rhetoric and describes herself as a 'former PoW' on her social media profiles.  While in prison she formed a close friendship with another female IRA convict, Ellie O'Dwyer.  O'Dwyer died earlier this month and photos of her and her coffin currently adorn Anderson's social media profiles (see X screenshot below).

In order to distance himself from Corbyn and present himself as a moderate, even patriotic leader, Starmer does not want to publicise his links to Sinn Fein.  Anderson's public endorsement in 2020 was a huge embarrassment to him.  Starmer tried to keep subsequent Sinn Fein meetings under wraps, in 2021 and 2022, but again came unstuck when Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald tweeted about their 'very constructive meeting'.  Oops.

Labour hasn't changed.  Starmer's embrace of the Union flag is disingenuous at best and earlier this year a former colleague alleged that as a young man, Starmer supported a united Ireland.  With Sinn Fein now at the helm in Northern Ireland, how safe can the Union be under our next Prime Minister?

Friday 21 June 2024


OK, so it's not actually a grift.  We honestly and forthrightly can't do this without any dough.  When we started up a Facebook page nine years ago, it didn't take any injections of cash to do so.  Now, we have a website and that does cost money to run.

While we took our foot off the gas last year, with a Labour government incoming we are once again ramping up our activity.  Your financial help - however small - is much appreciated.  If you can spare a fiver, please donate via our PayPal page.

Thank you, Rich and Karl.

Thursday 20 June 2024


Libertarian comic Dominic Frisby has released a hilarious musical take down of the Labour leader, entitled Captain Flip Flop.  Watch below.

You can follow Dominic on X, Facebook and YouTube.

Tuesday 18 June 2024


Rosie Duffield and Lord Cashman

The hate campaign against unapologetic Labour feminist Rosie Duffield has picked up pace during the current election. Last weekend she pulled out of hustings events in her Canterbury constituency on safety grounds and blamed 'the actions of a few fixated individuals' who had ramped up their campaign during the election.

Duffield has been the focus of trans activists for some years now, given her steadfast attitude to women's rights.  Earlier this month a 31-year-old was given a suspended sentence for online death threats against Duffield and the author JK Rowling.  In a witness statement, Duffield told the court that the threats had made her feel 'nervous walking around her constituency'.

Given that quite chilling background, one would be forgiven for thinking that her colleagues would be rallying around her.  Not so, in fact there has been a deafening silence from a party that has thrown women under the bus.  Even the likes of previously avowed feminists like Jess Phillips and Stella Creasy have not uttered a word of public condemnation of Duffield's treatment.  Step forward Labour peer Lord Cashman, who has offered condemnation... of Duffield herself!

The former EastEnders actor turned gay rights activist referred to Duffield as 'frit, or lazy' in response to a tweet from BBC journalist Victoria Derbyshire (see below).  Given recent events, on top of the murder of two MPs in the last eight years, if anyone has reason to be 'frit' it's Duffield.  In a separate tweet, he also called on her to 'stand down if she won't face constituents'.  If she were to stand down, go away and shut up, it would give trans extremists like Cashman great satisfaction and the bullies would be victorious.

Cashman later deleted the tweet and issued an apology the following day, in which he could not even bear to refer to Duffield by name: "I apologise unreservedly for a post that I put out regarding the Labour candidate for Canterbury.  I fully understand any complaints that will be sent to the Labour party."  Whether complaints were sent or not, on Monday the party whip was suspended from Cashman.  We suspect that the whip will be restored as quietly as possible at some point after the forthcoming election.

Cashman has been embroiled in various online spats over the years, including a recent exchange with fellow gay actor James Dreyfus.  The array of flags featured in his profile name show that Cashman is fully on board with trans ideology.  The order of the flags after his name go like this: Ukraine-trans-gay pride-Irish Republic-EU-Union flag.  Saving Britain for last sums up his party.

As Duffield herself pointed out, Cashman has never been an MP and is unaware that many candidates do not attend hustings events.  The Londoner skipped the traditional route for a political career when he was parachuted into the European Parliament as a West Midlands MEP in 1999.  Upon leaving that role in 2014 he was given a life peerage and sat as a Labour peer until 2019, when he left the party for three years in a tantrum over Brexit.  Following his suspension, he will again sit as a non-affiliated peer until he is readmitted or joins another party.

It remains to be seen how long Rosie Duffield will hold out in this despicable party.  One X user described the toxicity of the first hustings she missed over the weekend: "When her [Duffield's] apology was read out there was immediate toxic & personal yelling / argy bargy from people only attending to derail proceedings.  She made the right decision which allowed other candidates to be heard."   Hate is strong in the trans movement and it will only continue to grow until activists are dealt with properly, instead of being issued with suspended sentences or held up as 'stunning and brave'.  With a Labour landslide on the way, the law will soon be fully on their side.  That is, until an MP is murdered or seriously injured in the name of this twisted ideology.

Regardless of her political affiliation, Duffield's achievement in turning Canterbury red for the first time ever in 2017 - under Corbyn's leadership no less - is quite something.  In 2019 she inflated her wafer thin majority of 187 tenfold to 1,836, against the backdrop of Corbyn's disastrous election.

On July 4th she will go up against the following candidates:

Luke Buchanan-Hodgman (SDP)
Louise Harvey-Quirke (Con)
Bridget Porter (RefUK)
Henry Stanton (Grn)
Russ Timpson (LDem)

Sunday 16 June 2024


A while back we wrote how delicious it would be if Jeremy Corbyn (and Diane Abbott) robbed Keir Starmer of a wafer thin majority by holding their seats as independents.  Since then, Abbott has been readmitted (for now) and Labour are set for a crushing majority anyway.  Surely then, the status of Islington North is a moot point for Starmer?  You'd think so, but Corbyn still lives rent free in the minds of the establishment.

Aghast at the thought of Corbyn retaining the seat he has held for Labour since 1983, one New Labour heavyweight descended on Islington North on Saturday to support the Labour candidate - a non-entity parachuted into the constituency.

Peter Mandelson in Islington North. Labour candidate Praful Nargund is
on his left

Peter Mandelson announced his campaign visit in an interview with Times Radio (see clip below), in which he denounced Corbyn's 'ideology' and declared: "I want to go out there personally and back the Labour candidate and do everything I can to make sure Corbyn is defeated".  Again, we're talking about one seat in what is set to be an electoral landslide for Labour.

The arrogance of the elite in thinking their presence could do anything but help Corbyn's campaign says it all.  The irony is lost on an arch Remainer like Mandelson when he blames Corbyn for Labour's 2019 election defeat.  Corbyn had been a critic of the EU, but was railroaded into anti-Brexit policy by people like Starmer and New Labour puppet masters like Blair, Campbell and Mandelson.  It was Labour's opposition to the Leave mandate that primarily decimated them at the 2019 election.

Mandelson's enthusiastic assessment of Starmer as a man with a 'moral compass' as opposed to Corbyn should come as no great surprise.  Like Mandelson, Starmer is a member of the globalist cult - unlike Corbyn, a man who espouses peace and has never embraced Davos.

Keir Starmer attended last year's WEF meeting in Davos and despatched soon-to-be Chancellor Rachel Reeves to this year's gathering.  Starmer will take us down the same net zero totalitarian path that Johnson and Sunak were set on, the only difference being that it will accelerate exponentially with Labour's super majority.  The next five years are going to make Blair's premiership look tame by comparison, even with a pathetic damp squib like Starmer at the helm.

Starmer at the WEF Davos gathering in 2023

Corbyn will retain his seat in Islington North and, even on a day of momentous achievement for his old party, it will hurt the establishment.  This is not to say we are in any way admirers of old Jezza - he is still a Marxist who despises Britain - but given a choice between him and any candidate backed by the like of seven times Bilderberg guest Mandelson - oh, Jeremy Corbyn all the way!

Wednesday 5 June 2024


Vaughan Gething has lost a no confidence vote at the Senedd, less than three months into his tenure as First Minister of Wales.  The motion passed 29-27, with two Labour Assembly Members absent through illness - one of whom being the minister Gething controversially sacked last month.  The Tory motion was passed with Plaid and Lib Dem support.  There were no abstentions.

Although the motion is non-binding and Gething has already indicated his intention to cling on, it will exponentially increase pressure on the scandal-hit leader.  Gething did himself no favours in the chamber during the debate, breaking down in tears as one of his colleagues spoke.  He then stood and gave a speech in which he tried to distract from his own corruption by attacking Westminster Tories.  This what-aboutery was followed by a desperate appeal to his former coalition partners Plaid Cymru not to take up sides with the dastardly Conservatives.  When the vote came, it was clear Plaid had ignored him.

Gething's desperation in the chamber - including those crocodile tears - will not have gone down well with Welsh voters, none of which have yet to cast a single ballot in favour of or against Gething's administration.  These were not the actions of a leader.

The First Minister also brazenly told the Senedd that he would 'not shy away' from ongoing questions about his dodgy donations from convict-businessman David Neal - this, despite his no show at a debate about this very topic only last month.  Gething is not only dishonest, he is shameless.

Awkward questions have also been raised about his WhatsApp messages from the period of the scamdemic, when he was health minister in Wales.  Gething has told the UK Covid Inquiry that all his WhatsApp messages were deleted during a 'security rebuild' in 2022.  During questioning he also threw his predecessor Mark Drakeford under the bus.  Drakeford had previously told the Senedd that he 'didn't use WhatApp' and yet Gething confirmed that he was in a WhatsApp group with none other than Mark Drakeford!

If Labour cannot be trusted in Wales, God help the rest of us when Starmer takes up residence in Downing Street next month...