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    Quote Originally Posted by Godwinson View Post
    Those totals seem very low to me. Here is an article saying they are 8 times over-represented ...


    I think you have to look into who is financing our mainstream parties though
    My 4 times figure was for Parliament as a whole - Commons + Lords. So 8 times just for the House of Commons could well be right and, yes, it is the more significant statistic.

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    Leftists Abuse Rees-Mogg’s Children

    Left-wing activists from the group “Class War” doorstepped Jacob Rees-Mogg and his family, abusing his young children, repeatedly telling them that people hate” their “daddy”.

    The abusers turned up outside the leading Brexiteer’s London home Tuesday afternoon, and also took aim at his nanny, telling her she has “Stockholm syndrome” and is not paid enough.

    Speaking to the children, some of whom are infants, the older male activist from the group Class War said, “your daddy is a totally horrible person” and a “Latin-eating toff”.

    He also snarled in the footage: “Lots of people don’t like your daddy, do you know that? Lots of people hate him! You know the nanny that looks after you, Daddy doesn’t pay her very much.”

    The nanny refuses to tell them how much she is paid and remains calm as one child hugs her. “All I can tell you is I’m very happy,” she adds.

    The group published footage of the attack online themselves, proudly tweeting it at newspapers. However, they were swiftly labelled “vile”, “bitter”, and “child abusers”.
    Unrepentant, they
    wrote on Twitter Wednesday afternoon: “Just to be clear we’re totally intolerant of old Etonian Tory bigwigs trying to ruin peoples lives. And we don’t mind telling that to their kids.”

    They also responded to criticism by blaming Mr Rees-Mogg, adding on Facebook: “So you lot of Rees Mogg sympathisers don’t think there’s anything wrong with him wheeling his kids, Stepford wife and Nanny out to confront the protest then?

    “Mogg was the one who forced them all out the house – so who’s the bully there then?”

    Perhaps most menacingly of all, days before the demonstration the group Tweeted “We fucking hate your sort… we have plans for you.”

    Home Secretary Sajid Javid was one of those to offer support to Mr Rees-Mogg and his family, branding the protest as “absolutely disgraceful” on Twitter.

    Tory MEP and Brexiteer Daniel Hannan also tweeted his support: “A Leftist mob ambushes Mogg on his doorstep, shouting at his young children: ‘Your daddy’s a totally horrible person, lots of people hate your daddy’. “What is happening to this country, for the love of God?”


    Breitbart
    , 12 Sep 2018.
    Hateful and threatening.

    Jacob Rees Mogg is white and not a cultural marxist so he and his family are fair game, they have no rights and of course the police will do nothing.

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    The English


    While some of the most imposing of Victorian country houses were built or reconstructed by aristocratic families, Burge’s Cardiff Castle by Lord Bute, for example, and the neo-Georgian Bryanston by Lord Portman, there were others built for men or the sons of men who hab made fortunes in banking, in industry, from newspapers or shipping. Lord Wolverton’s house at Iwerne Minister was built with the profits of railways; Arthur Wilson’s Tranby Croft with those of ships. A cotton tycoon built Orchardleigh House in Somerset, a wool millionaire Milner Field in Yorkshire; the printer and principal proprietor of The Times spent some £120,000 reconstructing Bear Wood in Berkshire. These new owners, joining in the field sports of the older families, sending their sons to expensive schools, obeying the rules of upper class society, were eventually accepted by the ancient aristocracy, without being welcomed into it. Yet, while they were eager th share in the enjoyment of prestige an influence, they were not at all anxious to usurp it. Not had the middle classes, who had no pretensions to landed estates, any desire to see the eclipse of nobility. ‘It is not our aim to overthrow the aristocracy’ an industrialist told Hippolyte Taine in the 1860s.

    We are ready to leave the government and high offices in their hands. For we believe . . . . that the conduct of national business calls for special men, born and bred to the work for generations, who enjoy an independent and commanding position. Besides, their titles and pedigree give them a quality of dash and style . . . But (there must) be no mediocrities and no nepotism. Let them govern, but let them be fit to govern.

    The Victorian aristocracy certainly adapted itself skilfully to the changing conditions of the time. The lessons of the European revolutions of 1848 had not been lost upon it; nor had the aspirations of the Chartists. The arrogance, frivolity and selfish extravagance which had characterized so many noblemen during the regency and reign of George IV were discarded for different, more responsible and worthy attributes. It was a revealing sign of the times that Lord Hatherton contended that in 1810 only two gentlemen in Staffordshire had family prayers and that by 1850 only two did not.


    There were still eccentric and profusely wasteful aristocrats such as the fifth Duke of Portland who had a tunnel a mile and a half long built between Welbeck Abbey and the nearby town of Worksop so that his curtained carriage could be driven to the railway station, lifted on to the train and transported to London, this duke – who was known to have any maid who encountered him in the corridors at Welbeck dismissed on the spot – was driven to his town house where huge ground-glass and cast-iron screens, 200 feet long and eighty feet high, ensured that he was protected from his neighbours’ prying eyes. Ther was still also flamboyant figures as the Earl of Cardigan, leader of the most famous cavalry charge in history, seducer of women and savage snob, whose career showed that while most noble families contrived to conceal their black sheep and to hide their skeletons in cupboards, there remained aristocrats not merely irresponsible and immoral but brazenly so. Yet far more characteristic of his time was the Duke of Westminster, once Liberal Member of Parliament for Chester, subsequently supporter of Gladstone in the Lords, philanthropist, Christian, Lord-Lieutenant, honorary colonel of yeomanry, model landlord, promoter of education, sportsman, art collector, racehorse breeder, good and faithful husband – though his first wife was often unfaithful to him – and kind father to fifteen children.

    ‘Before the example of a court, virtuous, humane and beneficent, the attitude of the British upper class has undergone a noble change,’ wrote the Rev. Charles Kingsley in 1862. ‘There is no aristocracy in the world, and there never has been, as far as I know, which has so honourably repented . . . which has so cheerfully asked what its duty was, that it might do it . . . The whole creed of our young gentlemen is becoming more liberal, their demeanour more courteous, their language more temperate. ‘ Even the radical politician, Richard Cobden, was obliged to conclude at the same time that in his experience the upper classes had ’never stood so high in relative social and political rank’. Certainly they contrived with marked success to hold on to their positions of power. In the 1856 House of Commons over three-quarters of the members were connected with the peerage by marriage, descent or interest. And those of the upper class who were not politicians, and were not occupied exclusively with the management of their estates, were likely to be at least active in local government and recognized by their acknowledged inferiors as being worthy both of responsibility and respect.

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    From the Book - THE ENGLISH by Christopher Hibbert, Victorians to Modern Times / Social Rank p556 -557.


    Today’s era of the ‘mass man’ public representatives or MPs are: degenerate, bribed, idiotic, empty headed fools. Imposed by the Bankers and sold to us by the MSM.

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    Many English politicians of the past have been rogues of some sort.

    A couple of years ago I was reading the introduction to a book called 'Le Morte D'Arthur' by Sir Thomas Malory, who was a knight, a land-owner and a Member of Parliament, so an Englishman of some standing back in the 15th century.

    However, it was mentioned (almost casually) that the author Malory was a somewhat 'colourful character' with convictions for theft, kidnap and rape. This initially shocked me because Malory's Arthurian tales of nobleness and chivalry were in such stark contrast to his own personality, but it then went on to say that this was nothing particularly unusual for MP's of that time

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    Fiona Onasanya to try to stay on as MP despite jail sentence



    Former Labour MP Fiona Onasanya (Nigerian ancestry) given three-month sentence for lying to avoid speeding ticket






    An MP hasbeen given a three-month jail sentence for lying to avoid a speeding ticket,and is expected to try to remain in office despite calls to stand down. Fiona Onasanya, the MP for Peterborough and a former Labour whip, was sentenced on Tuesday for perverting the course of justice following a retrial.

    Sources close to Onasanya, the first serving MP to be jailed in 28 years, said she was believed to be planning to return to work as an MP once she leaves prison. She will continue to be paid while in prison, parliamentary sources confirmed.

    Labour and the Conservatives have called for her to “do the decent thing” and resign immediately.

    Onasanya appeared at the Old Bailey in London on Tuesday to be sentenced alongside her brother Festus Onasanya, who pleaded guilty to three similar charges and was sentenced to 10 months.

    Mr Justice Stuart-Smith said: “It’s a tragedy that you have found yourselves here and in this predicament but it’s a tragedy that you have brought on yourselves.”

    Onasanya did not react to the verdict but was taken away to begin her sentence. Under laws introduced in 2015, any prison term, even a suspended sentence, leads to a recall petition, which will be open for six weeks and can force a byelection if signed by 10% of voters in a constituency.

    Because Onasanya, 35, has appealed against her conviction, this may not happen for several months. The recall petition cannot be opened until any appeal process has concluded.

    Staff in her constituency office said they would continue to work through her sentence. “Nobody who has issues on immigration, housing local services etc should be punished for what happened,”Matt Turner, her press officer, wrote on Twitter.


    A former councillor, Onasanya was selected by Labour in 2017,shortly before the general election. Her victory over the Tory incumbent Stewart Jackson by 607 votes was unexpected. When she was interviewed shortly afterwards, Onasanya said she would like to become Britain’s first black female prime minister.

    The jury was told the MP’s Nissan Micra was caught speeding at 41mph in a 30 mph zone in July last year. The prosecution alleged she went on to collude with her brother Festus to avoid a speeding ticket in a series of exchanges with the police.

    The court was told she was sent a notice of intended prosecution to fill out, but it was sent back naming the driver as Aleks Antipow, an acquaintance of her brother who was away visiting his parents in Russia.

    In remarks at sentencing, the judge said her decision to remain as an MP was beyond the powers of the court.
    “As things stand, it is not right to say that you have lost everything. You have decided to remain as a member of parliament despite your expulsion. It is well beyond the remit of this court to speculate on what the future holds for you as member of parliament for Peterborough.”

    Referring to the fact she has multiple sclerosis, Stuart-Smith said her health and her previous good character had been taken in to accounts during sentencing.
    “I also take into account your illness though there is no medical evidence to suggest that your unfortunate condition would make a significant difference to your ability to sustain a period of imprisonment,” he said.

    He said he had to give her a custodial sentence on the basis that she had took a series of “disastrous” decisions from November 2017 until her trial that were designed to pervert the course of justice. “There cannot be one law for those in positions of power, privilege and responsibility and another for those who are not,” he said.

    Christine Agnew QC, counsel for Onasanya, said the case had had a disastrous impact upon her client’s life. “She continues to stand as an independent MP and her only reason for that is because it is her only source of income,” she said.

    Major political parties have been campaigning in Peterborough in expectation of a byelection since Onasanya was found guilty in December. A spokesman for the Labour party said the sentence gave the MP an opportunity to act honourably and resign from parliament. “If Fiona does not resign, Labour will support local residents in their efforts to trigger a byelection through a recall petition,” he said.

    The Conservatives also called for Onasanya to resign. “She cannot possibly represent her constituents from prison and should do the decent thing and immediately step down,” a spokesman said.

    Onasanya is the first sitting MP to be jailed since Terry Fields was sentenced to 60 days for failing to pay his poll tax bill in 1991.

    Festus Onasanya, 34, from Cambridge, pleaded guilty to three counts of perverting the course of justice over speeding, including for the 24 July incident.

    Source, 30 Jan 2019.


    MP Fiona Onasanya is also a qualified solicitor.


    We put them on pedestals after paying to rear, educate and dress them.Is it any wonder why so many of these africoons and muzzies invade Europe.

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    My hometown of Leicester was blighted with two of the worst MP's of all time, namely the Jew Greville Janner & the Indian Keith Vaz.

    Janner (now dead, thankfully!) was a pedophile and the last I heard of Vaz he'd been caught with a couple of Rumanian rent boys

    An utter disgrace, the pair of them!


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    Disgraced Criminal MP Compares Her Trial to Persecution of Jesus Christ


    Fiona Onasanya, 35, compared her conviction for perverting the course of justice to the trial of Jesus Christ.



    In messages from a Labour Party WhatsApp group leaked to The Times, Onasanya said to fellow leftist politicians: “I am in good biblical company along with Joseph, Moses, Daniel and his three Hebrew friends who were each found guilty by the courts of their day.”

    “In times like these the natural inclination of believers is to ask God why? I personally do not, because in my experience the answers are usually far above and beyond my reach,” she continued. “Christ . . . was accused and convicted by the courts of his day and yet this was not his end but rather the beginning of the next chapter in his story,” she added, intimating she will not resign her House of Commons seat or Labour membership.

    Ms Onasanya was found guilty on Wednesday of lying to police about who was driving her car to avoid speeding penalties, and will be sentenced, along with her co-conspirator brother Festus Onasanya, in January.

    Labour promptly removed the party whip from her and put her on administrative suspension, urging her to resign — though the party cannot force her. However, any MP sentenced to more than one year in prison is disqualified from maintaining their seat, triggering a by-election. Even if she is not imprisoned or sentenced to a jail term of less than one year, a 2015 law states that any prison sentence, even suspended, can be grounds to prompt a “recall” petition. If 10 per cent of constituents support it, it can trigger a by-election. If not, she could in theory retain the seat as an independent.

    Ms Onasanya only won the Peterborough seat in the June 2017 General Election, and by a slim margin of only 607 votes against the incumbent Tory MP Stewart Jackson. It was just one month later that the Labour MP denied being in her car at the time when it was caught driving at 41 miles per hour in a 30 zone, blaming a former tenant who was in a foreign country at the time when later questioned by police. She was accused of colluding with her brother, who pleaded guilty to three charges of perverting the course of justice related to speeding, one charge being his sister’s case.

    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has
    called on Ms Onasanya to resign her seat, saying: “Obviously, she is not going to remain as the member of parliament because she been found guilty in a court of law.”

    Disgraced Criminal MP Compares Her Trial to Persecution of Jesus Christ 21 Dec 2018.

    Blecks are always the victim. It's cause they are bleck. Everything is racism.

    And a socialist to boot. Socialists are smarter and better than all the plebs that’s why they are above the law.

    Corbyn won't sack her, or do anything to unseat her.

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    MPs Demand UK Govt Speed Up Pro-Chain Migration Bill


    Dozens of MPs in Britain are demanding the Home Office speed up progress on a bill that would slash chain migration restrictions.



    A total of almost 70 MPs urged Home Secretary Sajid Javid to end “delays” over the refugee family reunion bill, in a letter declaring it “important” that his ministry act quickly because migrants from the third world are missing out on spending holidays like the Muslim festival of Eid with family members in Britain.

    “With your help, we can bring families together,” pleaded supporters of the Scottish National Party-sponsored bill, which passed its second reading last year after receiving support from SNP, Labour, and Liberal Democrat MPs, as well as from some Tories — despite years of
    Tory promises to reduce net immigration “from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands”.

    According to the left-liberal Guardian, the letter reads: “Almost a year ago, MPs from across the political spectrum united behind a common cause as they overwhelmingly voted to introduce a law that would help reunite refugee families.

    “The current rules condemn child refugees fleeing conflict and persecution to live in the UK without their parents. It also prevents parents from bringing their children over the age of 18. At a time when refugees need their families the most, they are being forced to be without them indefinitely.

    “They say a week is a long time in politics, but a year is a long time to wait. For refugee families it means a year of missed birthdays, Christmases, Mother’s Days, Father’s Days, and Eid.

    “We cannot let the urgent crowd out the important. We urge you to use your power to stop the delays on this bill and allow it the necessary time to proceed and be debated.”

    The proposed law, which is backed by a long list of open borders-supporting NGOs and international bodies including Amnesty International, the UNHCR, and Help Refugees, would change migration rules to expand the definition of family for reunification purposes, along with reintroducing taxpayer-funded legal aid to assist third world migrants in applying to have family members brought into the United Kingdom.

    Critics argue the measures will encourage people in the Global South to send their children on dangerous journeys to Britain, as so-called unaccompanied minors who broke into Britain illegally would be allowed to import family members under the proposed rule changes.

    Responding to the letter, a spokesman for the Home Office told the Guardian: “We have always been clear that we support the principle of family unity and have reunited over 26,000 family members in the last five years. “However, we also believe that we must not create perverse incentives for people, particularly children, to leave their families and risk dangerous journeys hoping relatives can join them later”

    Immigration minister Caroline Nokes previously argued that the bill was not in Britain’s interests, noting that the Government had already enabled the reuniting of “24,700 families in the past five years” within the current system, in addition to spending more than a billion pounds of taxpayers’ money on resettling refugees from Syria in the same period.

    Denouncing the bill in The Times last year, she also pointed out that sponsor Angus MacNeil was “calling for us to open our family reunion policy to allow refugees to bring many more extended family members to the UK then we currently allow — regardless of whether they need protection, are living in conflict zones or had even formed a family unit before they left.”

    Despite polls consistently showing a large majority of the country want to see immigration levels to Britain brought down, many MPs appear determined to ensure that the opposite happens.


    Earlier this month, Breitbart London reported how cross-party MPs on the International Development Committee have demanded the country double the number of refugees it imports directly from the third world, and to expand the working rights of asylum seekers, despite multiple warnings from think tank Migration Watch that the latter policy would incentivise illegal economic migration.


    MPs Demand UK Govt Speed Up Pro-Chain Migration Bill 18 Mar 2019.



    Chain migration = more votes for Labour.

    Speed up chain migration which the people oppose but scuttle Brexit which the people voted for.


    Since the 60’s the " Mother of Parliaments" is a cesspit and hotbed of anti British lawmakers dedicated to destroying Britain, more interested in infesting the country with foreigners who they know will initially vote for them, than the rights of their own people.

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