A Cheat, A Liar, And A Criminal: Johnson Must Go Now

I could not dig: I dared not to rob: Therefore I lied to please the mob. Now all my lies are proved untrue And I must face the men I slew. What tale shall server me here among Mine angry and defrauded young? The Dead Statesman - Rudyard Kipling.  I have checked back, and I can safely say I’ve never started a blog with poetry.  Good news, Starmer fans. The Kipling poem wasn’t aimed at your painfully feeble unelectable pissant of a leader, despite him being the second most dishonest politician around today.  So both of you Tory enablers can sit back and relax, because today’s subject matter is the Tory with a blue rosette, the one you helped sweep to power back in December 2019.  Boris Johnson said there weren't any parties, right?  126 fixed penalty notices, 53 men, 73 women, at 8 events held on the 20 May 2020, 18 June 2020, 19 June 2020, 13 November 2020, 17 December 2020, 18 December 2020, 14 January 2021 and 16 April 2021 says Boris Johnson lied. 126 individuals who believe the

Keir Starmer’s Great Betrayals

There are some people who were alive when JFK was assassinated on 22nd November 1963 who say they still have a vivid memory of the moment they first heard the terrible news and can recall exactly where they were at the time, as if it were yesterday. I have a vivid memory like that. Mine is from 30th April 2019. The 30th of April was the date I received a message that Labour's National Executive Committee had just decided the party would support a second referendum. I was at Hackney Wick train station in London when I read the DM. I have a vivid memory of it because it was at that precise moment I realised Labour were going to lose the next general election. How did I know Labour was going to lose? Let me explain. At the 2016 referendum 52% of the electorate voted leave and 48% voted remain. While most remain voters accepted the result, some used the apparent closeness of the result as justification to dispute the legitimacy of Brexit. They claimed further justification for refusing

I Have Absolutely No Confidence In Keir Starmer As Leader Of The Labour Party

I’m not entirely sure where to go here, so be patient.  I’ve got so much to say, which probably doesn’t shock you, so it’s a case of deciding which part of the Overton window I should poke.  Somewhere over on the right I can see the seemingly unflushable stray effluent Boris Johnson, t he rankest compound of villainous smell that ever offended your nostrils,  still clinging on to his job by the skin of his teeth, surrounded by drug-addled betrayals of DNA, grotesquely incompetent dangers to our well-being, and vastly overpaid Murdoch stooges.  And that’s just in the Department for “levelling-up”. Elsewhere on the right you can find the Labour leader, Keir Starmer, thinking a net gain of just 22 councillors against the worst government in living memory, when more than 4,000 seats were up for grabs, is a “turning point” for his instantly forgettable Labour Party.  And just for once, I actually agree with Keir Starmer. It’s a “turning point” alright, but he’s turned backwards. The great ‘