The iceberg is now very close, too close for comfort. Peter North’s blog, writing about the shite which has poured from Brendan O’Neill in the Spectator writes about the impending civil unrest:
“As to the “threat” that there could be civil unrest, I rather imagine that, if through no fault of my own, my job stopped existing and was unable to pay my mortgage or support offspring, I would be somewhat irritated.
“Moreover, if indeed airlines are grounded, causing a shockwave to the secondary and tertiary sectors who depend on Heathrow operating at full capacity, all those people on decent shift pay will suddenly find themselves on involuntary sabbatical. They won’t be pleased to say the least. Angry even. Indeed, were I a Shropshire farmer operating on already narrow profit margins I would be looking to cut off Owen Paterson’s balls.
“After a few weeks of that credit card payments are missed, mortgage payments defaulted, and direct debits bounce all over the shop. One assumes that Brendan O’Neill has never had any adult responsibilities thus cannot conceptualise what it’s like to lose a job your family depends on.
“O’Neill goes on to describe those of us concerned with supply chains as akin with “those crazy survivalists in the US whose cupboards are stuffed with tins of beans and soup for the coming war with the government”. “Britain’s anti-Brexit middle classes are wondering out loud if they should stockpile medicine and water”.
Peter North has not mentioned the combination of Universal Chaos at the same time as mass unemployment, the time for Fester McVile to get her overdue ramifications is getting closer.
Polly Toynbee is now alert to the iceberg: “Conspiracy theorists claim a ‘deep state’ really controls this country, a civil service and a dark establishment that prevent any radical change. That theory is now being tested to destruction. This has been the worst session of parliament in recent memory: the next may be worse. There is no deep state – nothing out there to save us from self-inflicted disaster. Only we can save us from ourselves.”
Over the summer the establishment are starting to panic, as the numerous crises become a major crisis of a global magnitude. When historians of the future examine this period, they will acknowledge the roll of sanctimonious schlong DC, his side kick the zhlub Gidiot, and appalling shmendrik IDS, and they will cease to wonder why the course was set by the worst uk prime minister of all time.
It is hard to resist pointing at the glaring problems of the bumbling butkis Borisconi, as on a daily basis commentators point at his lengthy list of mistakes. The wit John Crace eviscerates Borisconi: “a one-man rogue state, free to do more or less exactly what he wants, safe in the knowledge that no one dares sack him. A latter-day Toby Young on speed who roams the world losing friends and alienating people at an alarming rate. His motto: there’s no bad situation that can’t be made worse.”
Tedious shit Ian Austin used Vent language when screaming at mensch Ian Lavery calling him a “fucking bastard” and a “wanker”. Experienced Lavery kept his cool.
A disgusting yet characteristic chutzpah has been shown by the drek, with their revolting Global Disability Summit. They flaunt their shamelessness. Their fall needs to be savage.
Few things are more predictable then the actions of some Jews claiming JC is antisemitic. As a Jew, closely attuned to antisemitism, I have never found it in JCs Labour. This repeated false claim of antisemitism against Labour should be called out for what it is – gross hypocrisy and the perpetuation of lies. That JC with his lifetime record of peace is continuously smeared by these schlemiel make me angry. These people with their cynical motivations make a mockery of justice, they should instead go and join their beloved Tories. It would become slightly more plausible if the Tory party investigated its rampant Islamaphobia. How dare this bunch of putz, nebbochim and shmegegge besmirch brilliant JC? They are a disgrace to the Jewish people. That goes for you too Richard Ferrer, editor of the Jewish News: Your names are interchangeable, I have contempt for your ceaseless attacks on JC, go and slurp your latte. Nothing you can say or do will change the mind of millions of working class people in England. People like you give Labour a bad name, not JC. To paraphrase Finkelstein, nothing is more disgusting than watching you using the suffering of others to justify your own political aims. If you had any heart you would be crying for the poor decent people of this country.
An opposite to this is given by the media silence when Borisconi met the bastard Bannon, Lammy has called it out. You don’t get Hodges or Lipman bleating at the brazen nebbochim. What bloody hypocrites, how dare they criticise this man of peace, this man of the people. Borisconi’s opportunism is his key characteristic. There is still a window of opportunity for Borisconi to become the PM, or the shmoiger Fromage to return to front line politics. Would Borisconi do a worse job than TM – difficult to see that he would, but it is also difficult to see him winning any Tory election. JRM could, as the Tory party is now ripe for factionalism.
That is not to say that the Independent is wrong to be campaigning for a second referendum, but we know that the Tory party has complete contempt for democracy, and would only ever call a referendum out of abject desperation, which it is true could yet happen.
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