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Hummingbird

Now that the Labour Party is the political wing of the university suburbs and London millionaires and the Tories the advocates of the working class in the age of globalism, the above speech is like reading the fulfilled Prophecies of Jeremiah beside the rivers of Babylon.

It’s also a timely reminder that globalism and communism come from the same serpent’s usurious seed.
 

mr_ks

 
Banned
Tbh at the moment the 'Conservatives' are pretty much owned by (((them))). The middle class conservatives are basically dependant on on the usury based exploitative financial capitalism which is all owned by them.

The lower/working class that switched over to Conservatives did so due to push from the media, The Sun, Sky News etc. Again ironically you have ((them)) pushing 'nationalism' for their own benefits.

It was weird how on my YT feed I started seeing Sky News Australian going all out in support of Boris after the election. Then another Sky News UK clip of Boris with some army guys pandering to the Nationalists like Boris.

To be honest I think Labour and The Left are now well-positioned. The Conservatives basically have an alliance of the snobby middle class who mostly care about money and 'success' and white working class who watch Sky Sports and read The Sun. Both are non-urban, live in suburban sprawls, big into cars, big time into consumerism, don't seem to care about any values other than past glory. Arent really contributing much to the country culturally and just seem to benefit from the hard work of the urbanites.

Basically TR fanboys and JR Mogg types together on the same team. One depends on the ((media)) and the other ((banking)).

The Cons have the majority but looks like the Left will be a much more interesting place to be now as long as we can avoid the crazies.
 

Atticus

Robin
Here is a debate between Boris Johnson when he was the Mayor of London, and the Cambridge Classicist, Mary Beard.

It's well worth watching, for educational and entertainment purposes, if nothing else. His wit and intellect shine through, but above all, so does his love for the values of our shared European cultural inheritance.

The UK is lucky to have him at the helm.

 

Ember

Ostrich
Other Christian
Gold Member
Former Speaker of the House and treasonous hobbit John Bercow has played the Jew card by claiming he received anti-Semitic abuse from Tories. Could the inquiry into his bullying of underlings be coming to unfavourable conclusions?

Bercow has also claimed in a very petty manner that Boris Johnson cheats at tennis and that he beat him 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. Boris, he says, was picking very old balls out of the long grass and this constitutes cheating.

As someone in the comments put it: 'Once you realise you are a different league of tennis player you treat the game as a knockabout and let your opponent win a few points and games. Just shows what a boastful and arrogant man he is to use the "I beat Boris 6-0, 6-0, 6-0" story'.

John Bercow says he was subjected to anti-Semitic abuse by TORIES and accuses Boris Johnson of CHEATING at tennis to (unsuccessfully) avoid being thrashed

The Jewish former MP said he faced 'subtle' digs at his heritage while a member of the party.
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Mr Bercow told the paper (Sunday Times) that as the son of a Jewish cab driver he never faced anti-Semitism from Labour Party politicians
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Atticus said:
Here is a debate between Boris Johnson when he was the Mayor of London, and the Cambridge Classicist, Mary Beard.

It's well worth watching, for educational and entertainment purposes, if nothing else. His wit and intellect shine through, but above all, so does his love for the values of our shared European cultural inheritance.

The UK is lucky to have him at the helm.


Steve Pieczenik disagrees with this assessment, states that Boris is deeply compromised due to his past activities and dual loyalty:

 

Ember

Ostrich
Other Christian
Gold Member
British Home Secretary Priti Patel has a wacky interview, four times mixing up counter-terrorism with terrorism. With gaffe prone people like this in charge, God help us.

Priti Patel has been roundly ridiculed after she repeatedly vowed to tackle 'counter-terrorism offenders' following the knife attack in Streatham.

Speaking yesterday, the Home Secretary bizarrely promised the Government would announce new initiatives aimed at cracking down on 'counter terrorism'.

The slip of the tongue, which Mrs Patel repeated at least four times, left viewers baffled and comparing her interview to hit satire show The Thick of It.

Mrs Patel was speaking in the aftermath of the terror attack in south London on Sunday, where Sudesh Amman stabbed two people before he was shot dead.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
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This from Telford, where the councilors put out a letter assuring the public there was no grooming in Telford. Turned out three councilors, including the head of social services were pedophiles. Refused money to help deal with rapes.

The only time they have acted is to alert people that nasty people are disseminating information about 'grooming'.

This country is far beyond a meme. When a Danish newspaper published cartoons of a pre-medieval war leader over 250 people were killed as a result.

The fake-conservative government has made OfCom internet regulator with a vague role. This is the same regulator that makes sure no one can set up a radio station without sanction, that TV is milquetoast and has stood by as the BBC has become a left-liberal organ.

The head of OfCom was formerly 'champion for Diversity & Inclusion' in the civil service.

Enjoy five years of conservatism.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
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Virtually all hate non-crimes are offences against left-wing positions. The only time they may not be is when you happen to be on the end of a reverse hate non-crime. In which case they may fob you off. There are around 47 of these recorded each day. Meanwhile the mayor of london is looking for holistic inter-generational solutions to london stabbings. Treating the perpetrators as victims of an oppressive society. Ignoring that those oppressive societies are more often than not foreign countries.

And how long until the 'non-' in non-crime is dropped?
 

Elmore

 
Banned
The rot is so deep within British institutions that without literal bloody revolution, which without any grand catalyst, the population will never have the morality or stomach for, we will just drift towards our demographic tipping point.

Fact is the wider mong-mass has been so propagandised, that even recent 'gains' towards the right are only ever towards some anodyne civic-nationalist framework. Boris is lowering the wage cap for third world migrants. Next census is being proposed to be the last (i wonder why...). The masses just want Ningerlund to win the Euro Cup and a bag of weed and things will be great again.
 

Teedub

Crow
Gold Member
All you British guys need to get on to Telegram and join the Patriotic TP Talk group, it's awesome. It's basically the breeding ground for what will eventually be Patriotic Alternative's policy manifesto. There's a bit of larping sure, but I've already made some solid contacts I'll be meeting in real life in a few weeks.

There's also the Patriotic Weekly Review which is Collett's group - but there's more of a mix of nationalities there.
 

Ember

Ostrich
Other Christian
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I haven't watched the BBC or TV in years. Nothing they have means anything to me any more. It's just communist noise. My unvarnished thoughts on the BBC would be taken as fed-posting.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
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New 50p out today, backed by Boris Johnson and the chancellor.

  • new coin launched following discussions with the ‘We Too Built Britain’ campaign
  • 2.5 million “Diversity Built Britain” 50p coins will enter into circulation next week
  • designed by Dominique Evans - one of the UK’s foremost coin designers - reflecting her own experience of diversity
Around 2.5 million of the coins, which recognise and celebrate Britain’s diverse history, will be released on Monday. The coin features a geodome, which represents a community of connection and strength, with each section working together to build something greater.

It was designed by Dominique Evans, one of the UK’s foremost designers, who has previously designed coins to mark VE Day, the Sapphire Coronation and Jane Austen. It was inspired by Ms Evans’ own personal experience growing up as a mixed-race woman.

The new 50p signals the intent of the Royal Mint and the Chancellor to include a wider range of people on coins and notes in the future.

The Chancellor, Rishi Sunak, commissioned the coin earlier this year following discussion with the ‘We Too Built Britain’ campaign, which works for fair representation of minority communities’ contributions across all walks of life.

He held a roundtable on Thursday with coin designer Dominique Evans, Blondel Cluff CBE (CEO of the West India Committee), campaigners Zehra Zaidi, Professor Patrick Vernon, and Deputy Master of the Mint Anne Jessopp to mark the launch of the coin.

Rishi Sunak, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, said:

I have seen first-hand the contribution made by ethnic minority communities to Britain’s history. That is why I backed the “We Too Built Britain” campaign and requested that the Royal Mint introduced this coin to celebrate it.
This coin, and the rest of the series, will act as a fitting tribute to the very profound impact ethnic minority communities have made on Britain, and I am grateful to the Royal Mint for turning this around at record speed.
Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister, said:

Congratulations to Dominique Evans the designer of The Royal Mint’s new 50 pence coin - ‘Diversity Built Britain’.
Her design is the first in a series of coins The Mint will be producing, celebrating those who have helped shape our national history and culture.
I had the great pleasure of welcoming Dominque to a Cabinet meeting, along with Anne Jessopp, the first female Deputy Master of the Mint and Blondel Cluff CEO of the West India Committee and Advisor to The Royal Mint.
This new coin echoes the government’s commitment to building a fairer society for all.
Alongside the release of the coins, the Royal Mint and the West India Committee will also issue education packs to primary schools in England and Wales, so children have the opportunity to learn about these achievements.

The government will consult with stakeholders including “We Too Built Britain” and other groups representing minority communities on the themes of future coins in this series.

Dominique Evans, coin designer at The Royal Mint, said:

When designing this coin, I began by thinking about the people who inspire me and what diversity has meant in my life. I believe that no matter where you are born, we all belong under the same sky and this was the starting point of the design.
The background of the coin features a geodome with a series of interconnecting lines and triangles that form a network. Each part is equal, and symbolises a community of connection and strength. The words ‘Diversity Built Britain’ talks about the differences between us, and the connection which gives us unity. The design also looks to the future, and the bonds which will continue to grow and make us stronger together.
Zehra Zaidi said:

Ethnic minority people, as well as all under-represented groups, need to see themselves represented in British institutions. They need to see their contributions to Britain recognised. It is a part of an invisible social contract and it can build cohesion, promote a sense of belonging, inspire young people and unite us as a nation, showing that we all have an equal stake in society. We are a diverse, modern and global Britain – let’s show that. This coin helps bridge our nation’s past, its diverse present and its future, looking outward, positively, together.
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Anne Jessopp, CEO of The Royal Mint, said:

This is one of the most significant coins produced by The Royal Mint, and signals a change in our nation’s coinage.
For over 1000 years the nation’s story has been told on coins struck by The Royal Mint, but often the contribution of ethnic minority communities has been unrecognised – this marks the beginning of a new chapter with more coins to follow.
In addition to creating this pivotal 50p, we have launched a new diversity hub on our website where people can share their stories, and access free educational resources. Working in partnership with the West India Committee we have created education packs which will be issued to every primary school in England and Wales, and are available for anyone to download. The first of these packs explores the contribution of Black Britons, and has been launched to coincide with Black History Month.
 
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