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    Quote Originally Posted by jagdmesser View Post


    Dec 2019 UK General Election result:

    Conservatives 364 seats / 43.6%,
    Labour 203 seats / 32.2%,
    Lib Dems 11 seats / 11.5%,
    SNP 48 seats 3.9%






    The British Labour party is a far left socialist party which pushes ‘open borders and mass 3rd world migration’ to extend their base. Hard left socialism is, only for now, rejected.

    Like with Scotland the EU is pushing hard for splitting NI from the UK. The people who voted for Brexit, want a clean BREAK from the EU NWO globalism.

    A clean successful BREXIT will cause the dominoes to begin falling.
    Brexit or not - How "open borders" are the Conservatives and the other parties, except Labour.

    Recall that Labour and other leftists pushed for immigration, since that promised to provide future voters for them. The indigenous previous voters were growing out of the circumstances that predisposed them to vote left/Labour.

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    Demographics is destiny

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    A nation is an organic thing, historically defined.
    A wave of passionate energy which unites past, present and future generations

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    Labour has been waging a culture war against its own base for decades, fixating on liberalism instead.


    Not since the election of 1935 has the Parliamentary Labour Party been so small.
    When political dinosaurs roamed the earth a split Labour Party collapsed to the challenge of the Great Depression and seemed bound for extinction. Ten years later they had their biggest ever election win sweeping Mr Churchill the War Leader from office.



    My point is not merely to put in scale what happened in the British general election but also to illustrate the famous truth that there is no "final victory," and no "final defeat" either. It's never over.



    I consistently predicted, on RT and everywhere, that Labour seats would go down like dominoes, that Labour would lose dozens maybe scores of seats throughout the Midlands, the north-west and north-east of England, and in Wales. All my expectations came to pass as counting continued into a real-life Friday the 13th for Labour.



    It was Brexit of course – only the foolhardy deny their own electorate on such a matter, and so brazenly and for so long – but not only Brexit. In former premier Harold MacMillan's words "it's never one damned thing, it's one damned thing after another."



    Labour's defiance of its own supporters behind its 'red-wall' – seats in some cases it had held for a hundred years, seemed to put the tin-hat on things for the British industrial and post industrial heartlands. For American readers, imagine Michigan, Connecticut and Pennsylvania.



    And that's after many years of amused bemused tolerance of an increasingly metropolitan liberal Labour Party – which regularly parachuted in such liberals in Labour livery into what were until now safe Labour seats. So, for example, that well known coal-miner Tony Blair dropped in for a while as the MP for the mining town of Sedgefield with his fancy London Barrister ways…



    Because these kinds of faces of Labour had no connection to industry itself – they probably thought Swarfega was a Balearic island – they saw their task as not to rage against the dying of the mining and manufacturing light, but to persuade their people to go quietly into that good night. Close the pit, open a heritage park, shut the factory, put up a shopping mall in its stead. Where once were 40-hour blue collar union jobs with decent pay the gig-economy would have to suffice. It's "flexible," don't you know…



    Labour's descent into the snake-pit of identity politics began a long time ago. I should know, I was there. Under the influence of the 'Euro-Communists', an ideological breakaway from Moscow in the 1980s, it was imagined that the working class – and thus its class interests – had withered away, and that new "communities" (many of them imagined) would have to be the building blocks for Labour political power.


    It's rather as if someone persuaded you that there was something called a "football community" which could be dealt with collectively. But members of the football community – people like myself who are football crazy – have nothing in common with each other. In fact as fans of rival teams, we oftentimes hate each other. Political "offers" to such an imagined community can therefore often exacerbate divisions as well as angering those who think football is 22 fools running around chasing a pig's bladder.


    Transpose this, thus: If you are a white, heterosexual, married man or woman with kids, seeing your supposed party endlessly fixating about race, gender, sexual politics and the wonders of liberalism, the EU and all that jazz-hands might well begin to make you feel, well, left out.



    If you are a lady of a certain age, you might feel a bit left out at your party worshiping at the altar of youth, a 'Youthquake' may for you be a distant memory. When your party picks as its plum-policy free, nationalised broadband, you may momentarily wonder what they are talking about.



    If you live beyond the 'red wall' you may just wonder why almost ALL of the top leaders of a party depending on Northern voters had virtually adjoining constituencies in North London. London left-wing politics should be imagined as a hot-house where only the most exotic political flowers bloom. Nice for a visit but with not much in common with the colder climate to which you are returning home.



    I have long proselytized for the view, confirmed amply in the election, that for decades Labour has been conducting a kind of culture war against its own voting base. Instead of country and patriotism the party worshipped the supra-nationalism of the EU. More comfortable with the flag of Bolivia or Venezuela than with their own country's flag. More interested in the human rights of the criminal than with their victims. Endlessly looking for small minority blocs to patronize, careless that over-identification with one bloc may come at the price of alienation from another, much larger.



    Boris Johnson just went through Labour's 'red wall' like a knife through butter. It will be neither quick nor easy to rebuild. There was no Youthquake – only a Brexitquake. Damage is clearly extensive and considerable. There is no word yet of the number of casualties but there will clearly be many. The Labour Party itself is merely the first of them.


    Labour was hijacked by Neoliberals/undercover Conservatives. Politics is a dirty game. What better way of destroying your opponent is there than by infiltrating him. Labour was unelectable by trying to stop the Brexit working Brits had fought for. Wages are massively depressed by the influx of dirt cheap EU labour. Brits are often working for a Pole or Bulgarian and Neoliberal "Labour" was applauding it. Corbyn hates the EU privately, but he was terrorised into Neoliberalism by the rats who really control Labour. The Party needs a mass purge of the London Liberal lowlives.



    Labour has been waging a culture war against its own base for decades, fixating on liberalism instead (by George Galloway)
    14 XII 2019.


    If BoJo and the Tories have sense and cope on they will sort mass migration and give the Midland and Northern English back what was taken from them to pay for that mass migration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jagdmesser View Post
    If BoJo and the Tories have sense and cope on they will sort mass migration and give the Midland and Northern English back what was taken from them to pay for that mass migration.
    Get real. Nobody is going to do anything about immigration, least of all "BoJo". The EU? That was never the main issue in the first place. Exiting the EU is a bit like Trump's wall. A superficial reassurance to boomers that they are still in control- despite things looking decidedly otherwise and neither measure having much consequence in a practical demographic sense.

    I don't know why you are so concerned about England. Northern Ireland has plenty of migrants. Beginning to look like almost half the population in Derry, Belfast and Portadown center.

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    Germany FURY: Berlin voters say EU should not have given Britain an inch in Brexit talks


    According to a staggering 80% of German voters BRUSSELS should not have been more accommodating the Brexit negotiations.




    A poll revealed when asked the question, 29% of German voters said the EU probably should not have been more accommodating in crunch talks, while 51% said the bloc definitely should not have been. The question asked was: “Should the EU have been more accommodating during the Brexit negotiations?” Just 7% said they definitely should have, and 8% said probably. Up to 1% did not answer the question and 4% said they did not know. The poll result appeared in the Berlin Pulse.

    The same poll also revealed 36% of German thinks the UK is the most important partner for the US. This was compared to 23% that said China, 20% that said Canada, 15% that said Israel and 13% that said Germany.

    Just 7% of Germans think the UK is the most important trading partner for Berlin compared to 60% that said France, 42% that said the US, 15% that said China and 12% that said Russia.

    The news comes after today Germany and France admitted the EU is not democratic in a shocking turn of events.

    Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel have drawn up a two-year blueprint to give the European Union a much-needed democratic overhaul. The EU heavyweights have proposed a “Conference on the Future of Europe” to “address all issues at stake” as the bloc seeks to rebuild after Brexit. Initial talks will focus on “EU democratic functioning” and its process for selecting future leaders after an institutional row over Ursula von der Leyen’s appointment as European Commission president.

    The German was eventually appointed after a backroom stitch-up by EU leaders, much to the frustrations of the democratically elected members of the European Parliament. The plan promises a “bottom-up process” allowing EU taxpayers to finally vent their frustrations and help shape the Brussels project’s future. The Franco-German non-paper says: “As proposed by the new European Commission, the process should follow two phases, on the basis of on inter-institutional mandate to be agreed in January 2020.

    The mandate / institutional setting could be simplified for phase 1, to ensure an early start. “Phase one would start as early as February 2020, until the summer of 2020, and focus on issues related to EU democratic functioning.” Senior EU figures want the so-called Spitzenkandidaten process overhauled after it was ignored by leaders to select Mrs von der Leyen as Commission chief.

    Supporters of the process, which states the top candidate from the largest political group in the European Parliament takes the top job, were left seething after it was essentially thrown out of the window.




    Senior German MEP Manfred Weber decried the way Mrs von der Leyen was handpicked by EU leaders. Writing for Politico, he said: “The Parliament’s democratic mandate is beyond doubt. More than 200 million people voted in the last European Parliament election — nearly 50% more than in the last presidential election in the United States. “And yet, there are many in Brussels and other European capitals who prefer to make decisions through quick backroom deals, in which the direct choice of the voters becomes victim to personal power games. “As members of the Parliament, we failed in our attempt to put in place a lead-candidate — or Spitzenkandidat — system to allow European citizens an opportunity to elect the president of the Commission. But we cannot remain licking our wounds. “The time has come to adjust our checks and balances and give more weight to parliamentary democracy. Indeed, we have a duty to translate the interests and concerns of the people who have voted for us into a representative voice in EU decision-making.”

    Germany will become the conference’s first arbiter in the second phase when the country takes over the bloc’s rotating presidency in July next year.



    I agree with them on this point. They should have kicked us out with the No Deal we voted for.


    Polishing the turd once again,
    there is no democracy in the EU Parliament.


    Germany FURY: Berlin voters say EU should not have given ...

    15 XII 2019.


    For two centuries the World has been run by jewish bankers and 'elections' are merely window dressing - for show.

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    British Muslims prepare to leave UK after Boris Johnson wins election

    Read more: https://metro.co.uk/2019/12/15/british-muslims-start-leaving-uk-boris-johnson-wins-election-11911078

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    If Boris Can’t Counter the Red Menace in Education, This Is the Last Ever Conservative Government






    My biggest disappointment with the British general election result is that it has denied us the exquisite pleasure of watching young Corbyn voters being reduced to eating their household pets.


    How the results of the GE would have looked if only 18-24 year olds voted.


    Had Jeremy Corbyn’s Marxists won — as so many 18-24-year-old voters hoped — it would, of course, have been a disaster for Britain. But at least it would have proved a salutary lesson to all those university-brainwashed kids who think the only problem with communism is that hasn’t been tried properly yet.


    “Well we did warn you!” we could have said to Araminta in her tattered ‘Fuck Boris’ t-shirt, as she tucked ruefully into her pony Che. “Now you know what fully automated luxury communism tastes like.”



    This isn’t a joke, either. Just have a look at this terrifying map of how the General Election result would have turned out based on the 18- to 24-year-old vote. If these kids had had their way, then the world’s fifth-largest economy would have been reduced within a few months to the status of Venezuela-style basket case, with private property confiscated, freedom of speech muzzled, taxes rocketing, Jews persecuted, terrorists appeased, national security surrendered…


    All those lessons they had in school about the rise of Nazi Germany and the rise of the Bolsheviks — if any — clearly made no impact whatsoever on their tiny minds. Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour barely even attempted to conceal its antisemitism, its fondness for terror groups like Hamas, its hatred of the West, its thuggishly totalitarian instincts, let alone its hard-left economic agenda. Yet still the kids had no compunction about voting for these thugs.


    So what is to be done to counter the menace of our home-grown Red Guard?


    This question will, I hope, be among the highest priorities of the new Boris Johnson administration. It jolly well ought to be. What, after all, will be the point of all the economy-boosting, life-enhancing measures Boris has got planned for Britain in the next four years, if they’re going to be undone in 2023 by a new Red Surge?


    And the answer surely starts with educational reform.




    Left Dominates British Schools, with over 80 Per Cent of Teachers Backing Labour or Lib Dems


    Tony Blair has a lot to answer for here. I agree with Peter Hitchens that, despite his carefully cultivated image as a ‘Third Way’ moderate, Tony Blair always remained the hardcore Trotskyite he was at university. Nowhere was this more evident than in his policy of rapidly expanding the universities, to the point where now around 50% of school leavers go to university (whereas before Blair, it was closer to 10%).



    The effect of this — as I’m quite sure Blair was hoping — was to create a powerful electoral bloc of brainwashed little Marxists. Kids who, before, would have gone on from school to apprenticeships or other trainee schemes or just started earning wages, paying tax and saving for a mortgage, are now frittering away their early twenties on borrowed money few of them are ever likely to repay, while having their impressionable heads filled by left-wing academics with post-modernist, Marxist drivel about identity politics, microaggressions, intersectionality and entrenched social injustice.


    As Toby Young reports for Quillette, graduates tend to vote much more left than the broader population:

    One of the other startling features of the opinion polls was Labour’s lead among graduates. As a general rule, the higher the concentration of graduates in an area, the more likely it was to skew Left on Thursday — and vice versa. (Labour held on to Canterbury.)


    And it’s not just the 18-24 demographic we’re looking at here. The Conservatives also got hammered by the 24- to 34 year-olds. Indeed, the trend disturbingly suggests that where before graduates grew out of their idiotic student leftism, today they are remaining pinkos for life.


    What, then, can the Conservatives do to stop universities becoming madrassas for leftist revolutionaries? Well for a start, as Andrew Roberts argues here, they could try ensuring that some of the top jobs in academe go to conservatives for a change.


    Roberts asks:
    Why do the masterships of so many colleges of Academe go to former Labour cabinet ministers and the ex-editors of Left-supporting newspapers and media enterprises?


    Why indeed. Why, for example, did the position of Master at Cambridge’s most illustrious college, Trinity, go to the achingly second-rate, drearily leftist Dame Sally Davies, formerly the hugely undistinguished, nanny-statist killjoy Chief Medical Officer?


    Why is ex-Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger the head of Michael Gove’s old Oxford college? Because these jobs only ever go these days to lefty-liberals — which means, unlike in the past, there are no “sound” Oxbridge colleges or universities to counter the effects of all the left-wing ones.


    Another option might be to defund SJW courses like gender studies and environmental sciences, which inculcate in its students nothing of intellectual value, only a spirit of a resentment combined with misplaced crusading zeal, and which render students entirely unfit for any career outside the taxpayer-funded bureaucratic state.


    Preserving freedom of speech, too, should be absolutely key. It is extraordinary that a Cambridge college was able to hound out a brilliant postgraduate like Noah Carl purely because of a hate campaign trumped up by a hardcore leftist lynch mob.



    It’s not just right-wing ideas that are under threat. Any ideas that are not explicitly and aggressively left-wing have been virtually anathematised in academe. If universities are no longer about the free exchange of ideas then they should be stripped of state funding and left to rot.


    But it won’t be easy to turn this oil tanker round. In fact it might be impossible, not least because university education is really now a disguised form of regional policy: flooding various parts of Britain with students flush with heavily taxpayer-subsidised loans is a way of regenerating areas from Falmouth to Liverpool which might otherwise have fallen into desuetude. Since many of these areas are working-class heartlands that voted for Boris, it seems somewhat unlikely that the Conservatives will turn off the subsidy tap.


    So the Conservatives need to decide which is more important: the short-term goal of bribing the regions with free money and not poking a stick into the hornet’s nest of academe by confronting all those aggressively leftist professors and ranting students; or the medium to long term goal of preventing Britain, some time in the not-too-distant future, of being run by left-wing governments — voted for by left-wing graduates — for all eternity.


    I know which one I think they should choose.


    It’s not, I fear, the option they will choose.



    “If Boris can’t counter the red menace in education, this is the last ever Conservative Government.” The last ever Conservative Government was a long time ago. Boris believes in uncontrolled mass immigration, and in the idea that we have to import ‘skilled labour’. If we still have to import skilled and qualified labour, what is the point of having 160 ‘universities’? If the ‘universities’ perform no useful function, then an awful lot of taxpayers’ money could be saved by de-funding the lot of them, withdrawing their charters, and starting again with a limited number of STEM courses at a very limited number of institutions, to supply the qualified people we actually need. But Boris is as likely to do that as he is to saddle his horse and tilt at a wind turbine, ably assisted by his trusty squire . . .


    this disfunction of the education is surely driving the immigration.
    Why for instance were 12,000 people denied positions on medical course but numerous more allow on Social Justice courses. That in turn leads the drive for immigration.


    Mostly degrees are in meja studies!


    Everyone with eyes to see and a brain to use can see what needs to be done. If given the chance we would do it but, we have One Nation Tories (Wets) running the country and, with this lot they only thing they will do is compromise. We don't need compromise, but ACTION !!!


    Mrs T drove a stake through the heart of the old prole left, but as she was doing that a new Socialism was growing. The new vanguard was not musclebound steel workers, but school teachers and lecturers and social workers and transgender support workers. Tony Blair was pragmatic
    enough to realise this was the future of the left and so he planted a lot of seeds to grow their numbers.The next Thatcher (if we get another one) will be in a showdown not with manual workers but civil servants and BBC journalists and school teachers and state funded scientists ie the tax munching middle classes.




    If Boris Can’t Counter the Red Menace in Education, This Is the Last Ever Conservative Government

    17 XII 2019.

    If the West and the USA is to survive then an immediate and complete overhaul of the Education System throughout is vital.

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    What do you think (= feel) about Brits trends to get EU-passports now (dual citizenship)? Some based on their living years in foreign countries; some based on possible old ancestors (if they can find one). Feels bit like cherry-picking?

    https://www.theweek.co.uk/73897/dual...-before-Brexit

    https://www.helsinkitimes.fi/world-i...-passport.html

    https://qz.com/1248586/brexit-britis...ts-has-surged/

    https://www.trtworld.com/europe/brit...e-brexit-31295




    ... even seen in Finland:
    https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/b...looms/10129757

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    Quote Originally Posted by Finnish Swede View Post
    What do you think (= feel) about Brits trends to get EU-passports now (dual citizenship)? Some based on their living years in foreign countries; some based on possible old ancestors (if they can find one). Feels bit like cherry-picking?

    https://www.theweek.co.uk/73897/dual...-before-Brexit

    https://www.helsinkitimes.fi/world-i...-passport.html

    https://qz.com/1248586/brexit-britis...ts-has-surged/

    https://www.trtworld.com/europe/brit...e-brexit-31295




    ... even seen in Finland:
    https://yle.fi/uutiset/osasto/news/b...looms/10129757
    In Northern Ireland, all people can get Irish citizenship as well as British, even the protestants/Ulster Scots. Many of them have done so already. A girl once described herself to me as "Brexit-ready" in reference to this.

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    Farage Celebrates Leaving ‘Prison of Nations’, Said EU Chiefs ‘Dull as Dishwater’


    Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has taken a victory lapin the European Parliament by telling European Council President Charles Michel and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen the UK is “leaving this prison on nations”.



    With the Conservatives having won an 80-seatmajority in the House of Commons on Friday, the pro-Brexit government is set to fulfil its campaign pledge to take the UK out of the EU on January 31st, 2020.


    Addressing the parliament on Wednesday morning, the Member of European Parliament said:“After three-and-a-half years of deception and dishonesty, we will be leaving this prison of nations at the end of January.”


    Criticising Eurocrats’ diminishing reference to the UK as being a “third country” post-Brexit, Mr Farage continued: “We won’t become a third country, as I’ve been hearing this morning, no. We’re going to become an independent, self-governing nation.


    “You can delude yourselves this morning inside this‘cathedral’ that all is well. It isn’t. People do not want to be run and governed by faceless bureaucrats like Michel and von der Leyen. Did you hear them earlier? Dull as ditchwater. You’re being rejected.”


    This was not the first time Mr Farage criticised European politicians being undemocratically elevated to the highest seats of power in Brussels. In the European Parliament in 2010, the then-UKIP leader said that then-President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy had “all the charisma of a damp rag and the appearance of a low-grade bank clerk”.


    Mr Farage continued in the Strasbourg parliament — one of two “cathedrals” MEPs meet in, the other being in Brussels— on Wednesday: “Brexit is the beginning of the end of this project. We are giving leadership and we’ll take it to a Europe of sovereign states working together, being friends together, but not being run by the gang down in the middle there.”


    Mr Farage has warned
    that under the leadership of Ms von der Leyen — who was ‘elected’ as Commission president by MEPs after appearing as the only candidate on the ballot Brussels would “take control of every single aspect” of Europeans’ lives.


    In July, he appealed to his European Parliament colleagues to vote against von der Leyen, saying: “She wants to build a centralised, undemocratic, updated form of Communism where nation-state parliaments will cease to have any relevance at all.”


    The Brexit Party leader said of the former German defence minister: “She’s a fanatic for building a European army but she’s not alone. When it’s completed,NATO will cease to exist or have any relevance in Europe at all.” “Be in nodoubt, five years of these people the European Defence Union will be complete. And what is there for defence can also be used for attack. And you as a house will have no control over it,” he added.







    The 'EU' is in total and utter denial of the fact that it is fast going down the plughole.
    Thankfully the people across Europe and further beyond - have seen that the eu is just a communist dictatorship - dressed up and pimped by the corrupt msm as though it were a democracy.



    The EU is approaching a long awaited, and well deserved meltdown. May it happen in style. I have to remain alive to see it!!



    the EU ponzi scam developed from the kalergi plotters and Junkers Merkel etc almost succeeded in destroying the UK with the help of the Blair Corbyn Labour, the SNP and the Irish but it was saved by Farage and 52% of the population in a legal democratic referendum to bring about Brexit. Now, BoJo you had better make it happen.




    Farage Celebrates Leaving ‘Prison of Nations’, Said EU Chiefs ‘Dull as Dishwater’18 XII 2019.

    Without Farage and his UKIP and Brexit parties, BREXIT would never have happened.


    The fall of the EUssr will be comparable to the collapse of the USSR / Soviet Union.

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