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Monday, 9 September 2019



As any gardener knows, the first thing you have got to do in sorting out a flower bed that has become choked with weeds is to remove all the weeds and cut out any of the dead flowers etc. in order to make it worthwhile digging in your fertilizer or compost and planting your new plants.

This is the sort of stage that we have reached with our Parliament, which is now stuffed, in both the Commons and the Lords, with people who are not merely unpatriotic, but are actually anti-patriotic and are hostile to the very idea of our Nation.  They are Internationalists and Multiculturalists. 

For our national politics to flourish we need to see such weeds removed from our political flowerbed and also all the deadwood and old decayed plants as well, so that we can have a fresh and more honest and a patriotic revival!

In this sense it is welcome to see that Boris Johnson’s Government has had the guts to withdraw the Whip from all those Conservative MPs that betrayed the trust that had been placed in them by voting against Boris Johnson this week.

Even better was seeing Amber Rudd resign form Cabinet and the Conservative Party in response. She is the classic career-minded entryist who, in ideological terms, is a Liberal Democrat Remainer, Multiculturalist, Globalist, but could see that her career prospects would be better if she badged up as a Conservative.

These people were all elected on the ticket of implementing Brexit and, as ‘Conservatives’ were expected to be loyal, not only to their manifesto mandate, the country, but also to their Party Leader.  They proved disloyal on all counts.  They have no place to be remaining in our Parliament and it will be good to have them all thrown out of Parliament come the next General Election.

As for those who have crossed the floor to join other parties, they have gone fully beyond the pale and so will have to stand or fall come the next General Election with their new party rosettes on.  Let’s see what their local electorates make of them then!  I suspect none of them will be re-elected.

Less visibly, our Left-wing biased media has been more coy about reporting the movement of Labour MPs to the Liberal Democrats.  The latest one being Luciana Berger. 

Looked at from the point of view of purging our politics of the corrupt old ideologically meaningless “broad church” Establishment parties of Labour and the Conservatives, both of these developments are to be welcomed.   

We need to move to a politics where its voters can rely upon a party label to tell us much of what is in the political tin, as we would expect to be able to do if we were buying tinned food.  

If an ordinary trader made a business out of putting labels of baked beans on tins of peas, they could expect to be prosecuted under the Trades Description Act.  We urgently need something similar with our politicians to enable us to hold them to account if they fail to deliver on what they promised when they were standing for election.

I notice that those MPs that betrayed their electorates often talk about Edmund Burke’s idea that he was “a representative” of his electorate rather than his electorates “delegate”.  It is however worth remembering that, despite that explanation sounding quite grand, in fact at the next election, when he had proved himself to be unwilling to do what his electorate wanted him to do, he lost his seat! And quite right too! 

We need to move away from the bogus pretences of so-called “Liberal Democracy”, where undemocratic elites hide behind the pretence of democracy.  I think that we need to move instead to a proper functioning “Popular Democracy” where politicians are expected to live up to focussing on doing what is needed to be done to deliver the Will of the People. 

What do you think?


  1. Agree 100%. Deselect them all.

  2. A very good analogy. I concur totally!

  3. Draining the Westminster Swamp in both the Commons & House of Lords of Globalists is what Britain is in desperate need of.
    No to Globalist MPs/Lords chasing their own pots of political & Financial gold at the expense of British democracy.
    I Love My Country & Am Ashamed of My Government

  4. Well said ���� Can anyone tell me where we go from here? Can Boris refuse royal assent on a no deal and leave anyway?

  5. Well said 👏🏻 Does anyone know where we can go from here? Can Boris refuse royal assent and leave with no deal anyway?

  6. Nailed it. Especially on Amber Rudd. But there is hope...... @borisjohnson

  7. I have been saying this for years... I agree 100%, but as this who make the laws, break the laws, I won't hold my breath, no £€$ gain to them

  8. Absolutely spot on especially re Amber Rudd

  9. The Tory 21 were re/elected in 2017 on the faith of the Conservative Manifesto which said no-deal would be better than a bad deal, and upon their professing alignment with that sentiment. Their subsequent conduct raises the reasonable inference that they were simply lying at the hustings and in the vote.
    Notwithstanding all of which, let's not forget that the current no-deal Brexit and its policy adornments announced so far risk simply an alternative route to a globalist plantation run on plutocratic lines:

    "British based businesses will have improved access to skilled workers following changes to the Immigration Rules announced by the immigration minister today (Monday 9 September).

    The changes mean that occupations such as veterinarians, architects and web designers will be added to the shortage occupation list (SOL), giving people coming to the UK to work in these industries priority in securing a Tier 2 work visa, over occupations not on the list.

    It also means that employers can advertise job vacancies for the occupations included to all nationalities as soon as it’s available, making it easier for them to access the international talent they need."

    The "SOL" - is the Home Office having a joke at the expense of resentful Brits?

    So the plutocracy continues to push for the UK to evolve finally into a (mainly) service industry grab-bag to be filled with people who have nothing in common except money and the need to earn same at the potential cost, social and otherwise, of the indigenous population.

    I remember reading four or maybe five years ago in the London Evening Standard of a fatal road accident involving a cyclist at Elephant and Castle. The unfortunate casualty apparently had been travelling to his job as a kitchen porter. Previously, he had immigrated (with family iirc) from Algeria. If the job wasn't paying enough without public support the business concerned should have been left to fail - what happened to the 70s Tory mantra of no lame ducks?!

    Recall also that BJ professed support of an AMNESTY for illegal immigrants!

  10. Totally agree with this article it is so what is needed today.

  11. Hard to accept how liars believe they're telling us the truth. Trouble is some people are swallowing lies whole.