The Mug Punters Strike Back (I hope)

Gerald Warner writes another terrific bost on Breitbart-London

Forget tactical voting: The strategic vote is UKIP

“Eve of poll” is one of the holy days in the liturgical calendar of the political class. It is a red-letter day for politicians, exhausted after weeks of cack-handed lying, evasions and insincere drivel. It signals to them that within 24 hours they will be free of the necessity even to pretend to heed the concerns and wishes of the mug punters who compose the electorate.

Take a careful look at that abject creature, decked out in a gaudy rosette such as ornaments prize-winning sows at agricultural shows, polluting your doorstep. Smirking, cringing, sweating, patronisingly admiring your roses, he has only one desire: to carry out your commands. Concerned about immigration? Why didn’t you say so before? Not one more Rumanian will enter Britain if you return him to Parliament. HS2? Okay, he may have supported it in the last Parliament, but he is now re-thinking his position. Same-sex marriage? Just because he voted for it, that doesn’t mean he likes it any more than you do.


Fast forward a week, or even 48 hours, and the supplicant will be transformed into a braying, opinionated, arrogant dictator, embarking on five more years of imposing on the citizenry the PC prescriptions favoured by the swarming pathogens on the slime-green benches. Throughout that period of electoral reprieve he will never again speak to, much less listen to, a normal, average Briton. His sentiments on returning to the gothic halls of the rats’ nest on the Thames will be: thank God we don’t need to have anything to do with the grisly electorate for another five years.

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Our sovereignty has been surrendered to an evil empire dominated by our traditional enemies. Our civil liberties have been trashed. Fundamental issues such as the line of succession to the throne and the definition of marriage have been refashioned on the hoof, without consultation (or, in the case of marriage, with a consultation whose unwelcome outcome was ignored). And so on. The litany of outrages, major and minor, is endless. Everybody knows about it, few people feel they can do anything to improve the situation.

Those few, however, are growing in number and for one simple reason: they now have a vehicle through which they can give their dissatisfaction (to put it mildly) practical expression. That vehicle is UKIP. The BBC, the rest of the commentariat and the political class have strained every nerve to crush UKIP. They have failed. The contrast between the ludicrous behaviour of the legacy party leaders – Ed Miliband (batteries not included) unveiling a tombstone, with no apparent sense of the irony of the situation, and Dave making his “pumped-up” speech (dear God!) – and the imperturbable common sense with which Nigel Farage has uttered palpable home truths in the face of acute provocation has not been lost on the public.

For British patriots there is only one dog in this race and it is UKIP. The time for tactical voting (except in one unique circumstance) is over. Reluctantly supporting one legacy party in the hope of blocking an even more loathsome one was a tactic born of desperation in the days when there was no alternative. But now there is an alternative. It is time to put away the constituency statistics, the despairing calculations of candidates likely to beat other, more hated, candidates and vote positively. There is one party that broadly represents the aspirations of all of us who are outraged by our country’s decline. It would be perverse not to support it. Tomorrow is payback time for Dave and the rest of the political pondlife.


Posted in Politics, UK, UKIP
30 comments on “The Mug Punters Strike Back (I hope)
  1. Yoda says:

    Churchill probably UKIP he would be.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sumo says:

    On a related note, we had a provincial election yesterday, and the sheeple chose these asshats. The truly frightening thing is how excited people seem to be about the impending socialism.


  3. Spawny Get says:

    Best of luck with that


  4. Yoda says:

    I’m a kipper

    Yoda’s Dad regularly opened tins of kippers he did.
    Oderous they were.
    But good taste they had.


  5. Spawny Get says:

    mmm kippers and toast…taste lingers till lunch (at least)


  6. Yoda says:

    taste lingers till lunch (at least)

    Smell lingers much longer it does.
    Made Obi-Wan easy to track it did.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. missattempts says:

    I wish to apologise to Tarnished and anyone else who might have been offended
    by my posting of the other day.
    I don’t relate to people in a normal way, so I use personality classification systems
    to uncover the REAL person. There are dozens. Myers-Briggs is only one.
    There’s no way you can know if they’re real if you don’t have anyone to test them out
    on. If my appraisl hit close to home, it just means that it’s an authentic system.
    If someone furnished me with Adolph Hitler’s birthdate, but not his name, I should
    be able to acertain that the person in question is NOT a nice person.
    Tarnished IS nice! She’s the best! I could acertain that.


  8. Spawny Get says:

    Miss, no problem with me. We remain okay.


  9. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Winston Churchill does not make a good Chicago mobster even allowing for the chalk stripe suit and holding the pan fed Thompson.

    Liked by 2 people

  10. Cill says:

    Fuzzy Bear, sometimes you amaze me. 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Cill says:

    “I just… can’t. It’s over, babe”

    My god, if Spawny ever takes up on his life-long dream of writing Mills and Boom-boom, he’ll knock 50 Shades into a cocked hat.


  12. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Speaking of Fifty Shades,it’s already out on video. That it went to video so quickly ususally means that it was a commercial failure. It was released Valentine’s Day. That’s how I remembered.

    Thank you once again for reviewing that crock. I don’t know if it were you but, somene said that the movie is not about bondage. It’s more of a Cinderella story. Average girl locks down high powered entreprenuer.


  13. Cill says:

    I reckon Emily Jane Brontë hit woman’s raw spot and hit it good and proper, way back.


  14. Cill says:

    “BBC Bans Men’s Political Party From Talking About Men (Or Even Talking To Them)”
    So biased as to be a sick joke? Sadly, not. This is the new impartiality:


  15. Yoda says:

    What your voting choice says about you

    The intelligence to see reality as it truly is.
    Or not.


  16. Cill says:

    Hey Spawny could you cast a postal vote for me? Tell them I’m a member of your household and my name is Cillamustapha and I have 20 sex slaves all of voting age. Be sure to tick the UKIP boxes for us, though.

    Liked by 1 person

  17. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    If I wished to enter into debate over revoking the right to vote for women, Kate harding’s post provides ample weight. Never mind the issues, vote in solidarity with your sex. I do remember a litttle of this from 2008. If Hillary is nominated, the Democratic Party may split along gender lines.
    That would be interesting. Forgetting it was a Chinese curse, her husband wished that people would live in interesting times and reinforced it by saying, “These are interesting times.”

    Another thought. I am so tired of that pink van! I would like to see it pushed out the back of a C-130 at altitude without a parachute to crash in the Nevada desert. There after, it could be used for paractice by A-10s.
    What I think will happen is that it will be painted white once again and sold to some unsuspecting man.

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, I was thinking of you when I put the pink van there. You can use it to recover your composure after you’ve seen Andrea Dorking.


  19. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Could we put Andrea in the driver’s seat before the van is puishe out of the airplane?
    Now, I need to watch Scarlett johansson. Just the thought og Andrea’s picture is enough.


  20. Sumo says:

    I would like to see it pushed out the back of a C-130 at altitude without a parachute to crash in the Nevada desert. There after, it could be used for paractice by A-10s.

    Fuzzie, I think guys like Ton and myself have been a good influence on you.


  21. Farm Boy says:

    Fuzzie, I think guys like Ton and myself have been a good influence on you.

    I think that is aboot right.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Yoda says:

    Winston Churchill does not make a good Chicago mobster even allowing for the chalk stripe suit and holding the pan fed Thompson.

    Winston half American he was.


  23. Yoda says:

    Banana Repubic coming soon it is,


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