He has risen

Just a quicky regarding Farage and his promise to resign as UKIP leader if he failed to be elected in  South Thanet.  He did fail.  He did resign.  But…

Breitbart-London : Farage rises again: So how can the Tories stop him this time?

Yesterday afternoon, having been triumphantly received first by the 1922 and then his adoring new cohort, David Cameron announced the details of his reshuffle. You can picture the moment. A gleeful Prime Minister instructing an adviser to tweet out the names of each member of his new Conservative majority government. A knock on the door.

“Prime Minister?”

“Hellooo,” smiles Dave. Nothing could cloud his mood.

“Prime Minister. He has risen.”

Nigel Farage has stood for parliament seven times. Seven times he has lost. Before last Thursday, straight-talking Nige was unequivocal: “It is frankly just not credible for me to continue to lead the party without a Westminster seat. If I fail to win South Thanet, it is curtains for me.”

A man of his word, on Friday morning Farage stood on the lawn of the Botany Bay hotel, looking out over the cliffs and into the sea, delivering his resignation speech. This was it. This was where, if he goes, he should go.

And yet, three days later, with characteristically Tory-infuriating timing, he was back. “It took a lot of convincing,” insists a source close the man we once again call UKIP leader. “But he promised to resign. And he resigned”. Three cheers for the new politics.

It won’t be enough for the Tories simply to point to the spectacular, comical, risible double standards of someone who has made a career out of criticising his fellow politicians for breaking their promises. No, Cameron and co will have to do more than that.

The article goes on to describe UKIP’s plan going forward (good) and how the Cammeroids might counter the power of UKIP.


by addressing the issues raised by UKIP – I’ll drink to that.  Win-win baby.

*** /ALERT ***

I watched Krishnan, the slime ball Channel 4 ‘journalist’ who caused Robert Downy Jr to walk out of his interview, attempt to slime Nige over being back as leader.  I really am waiting for someone (probably Nige) to start attacking the tone of interviewers.  I LOVE interviewers that aggressively go after evasive ploliticians (A F Neil), but he does that when they start being slippery and evasive.  Krish and his lefty cohorts just start insinuations from the get go (when the interviewee is not a fellow traveller of the Lefty Road To Doom).

Robert Downey Jr interview (skip to 3:58 when krish unleashes the slimy tone)

I’ll see if the krish interview of Nige pops up

Also, here’s the interview of David Miliband on the subject of his younger brother’s failure in the General Election.  Ed is said to be in Ibiza.

David would have been a far more dangerous leader of the labour party.  The MPs wanted him.  The ‘normal’ party members wanted him.  The unions got Ed the job and the subsequent election fail.  He has said that he won’t stand for the leadership this time.  The most feared candidate for the upcoming elections was an ex-Paratrooper, single Dad Dan Jarvis…but he announced that he won’t stand either (incompatible with family life).  The jubilation at that announcement at Tory central was said to be great.

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32 comments on “He has risen
  1. SFC Ton says:

    LOL.Robert Downy Jr was a class act and more folks should walk out on interviews

    Liked by 1 person

  2. SFC Ton says:

    Regarding the o the interview
    Progressives are either
    Stupid as fuck
    Or pure fucking evil
    Or some of each

    Since most of our problems stem from progressive victories of the past yet they want a continuation of “dynamic and progressive” politics

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  3. Yoda says:

    Independent they will be.

    Couple this with the emergence of the SNP and the near-inevitability of Scottish independence


  4. missattempts says:

    I met a lot of people who were former residents of the “Booby Hatch.”
    One thing I noticed was that many of them were into mathematics. They needed
    the assurance of “solid laws” that they could rely on. Something they could cling to.
    What was that film, “A Beautiful Mind?” People like that are usually duds with women.
    I was always more abstract. I couldn’t concentrate in school. A Walter Mitty type.
    I discovered that the Astrological chart tell us EVERYTHING about the person.
    No great intellect here. I’m a slow Turaus.


  5. Cill says:

    Honest Dave Camernak is as straight as a female Yak

    File:The Yak.jpg

    He’s Call-Me-Female-Yak-Dave from now on.


  6. Yoda says:

    One horn I do see.
    A unicorn this is?


  7. Padawan says:

    Call-Me-Female-Yak-Dave is No Unicorn (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    A female Yak a Nak it is
    Unicorn it cannot be,
    A female Yak a quack it is
    As honest as Dave can be.


  8. Padawan says:

    Female-Yak-Dave Second Verse, Worse than the First
    (different rhythm too)
    (by Padawan, Blog Laureate 2014 – ?)

    In stretching the truth a little bit
    And often a helluva lot
    Dave has sure got the Nak of it
    The phony should go take a squat


  9. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I”d rather call him Dave “North Pole Penfuin”Cameron.
    I miss Molly in the threads! *sniff*

    I am glad that UKIP was able to persuade Nigel to stay on. It would be hard to replace his recognized public presence.

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  10. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, you’ve persuaded me. I think Dave “Call Me North Pole Penguin” Cameron is more nautical than Dave “Call Me Female Yak” Cameron, so I’m running with Molly’s version too.


  11. Cill says:

    On the other hand… See the saddle on Female-Yak-Dave’s back? He’s saddled himself with Europe. Note the color of the saddle cloth: red.


  12. From before he arose again

    Who have the first issue over Europe that Dave can’t duck. The UK has to be able to control it’s borders.


  13. Yoda says:

    Spawny’s Ghost speak for Spawny he does?


  14. SFC Ton says:

    White nations don’t get borders because border control is rascit.

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  15. It’s the tone of the twat interviewer that gets me. Any one not mindlessly opening the doors to unlimited immigration is just such a nasty person. It’s more humane to stop them boarding the boats in the first place.

    I’ve seen a few interviews of the illegals, they really seem surprised to hear that maybe they aren’t welcome. Just hasn’t occurred to them. Like children finding out that the Easter bunny ain’t real.

    One young woman hairdresser had her parents and siblings with her. Convinced that they’d be just fine financially. Not a fcuking clue about reality.

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  16. Spawny’s Ghost is Spawny on a mobile device. More raw links rather than pretties. Also prone to dropping off to sleep at any moment.


  17. Cill says:

    The interviewer couldn’t resist it, could she? She just had to imply that Farage is a subhuman racist.

    CATALYST CONSULTANCY & RESEARCH polled a representative sample of New Zealanders about trusted “professions” on a scale of one to ten in March 2014:
    1. Firefighters
    2. Paramedics
    2. Rescue volunteers
    4. Nurses
    5. Pilots
    6. Doctors
    7. Pharmacists
    8. Veterinarians
    9. Armed Forces personnel
    10. Police

    41. CEOs
    42. Call centre staff
    43. Journalists
    44. Real estate agents
    45. Insurance salespeople
    46. Car salespeople
    47. Sex workers
    47. Politicians
    49. Door-to-door salespeople
    49. Telemarketers

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  18. Cill says:

    I can’t help laughing. Just look at the company journalists keep: real estate agents, insurance salespeople, car salespeople, sex workers, politicians, door-to-door salespeople, telemarketers – cheap “salespeople”, shysters and hoes.


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  19. Yoda says:

    New post there is.


  20. SFC Ton says:

    If they could deal in reality they most likely would be able to fix their shithole nations. Instead what they do is destroy new nations

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  21. Liz says:

    I’m number four!
    And Mike is five! (also…nine)
    Squeee weee! 🙂

    (you know, he talked me into telemarketing for one day. I told him it was a bad idea, but times were tough and together we’d make TEN WHOLE DOLLARS per hour. So I agreed. Halfway into the workday, he got up, walked over to me and said, “This sucks. Let’s get the hell out of here”. I never said ‘I told you so’. That’s love.)

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  22. Spawny Get says:

    This immigration into Europe from Africa is Dave’s first (growing) crisis. He has an opt out from receiving a quota (the formula for which disfavours the UK) directly. BUT, what if Italy just issues immigrants with Italian passports? They know most of the immigrants want to come north, so it’s not that bad as far as they’re concerned. As EU passport holders they would be legally entitled to flood the UK…not a thing Dave can do about it. The eastern European countries won’t let him change the laws to restrict intra EU migration (because they want their people to come here and send money home). Open the doors to Africa and there will be an endless torrent coming to the UK, Scandinavia and Germany. Everyone knows it, no one will talk about it except UKIP.

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  23. Liz says:

    “BUT, what if Italy just issues immigrants with Italian passports? They know most of the immigrants want to come north, so it’s not that bad as far as they’re concerned. As EU passport holders they would be legally entitled to flood the UK…not a thing Dave can do about it.”

    Isn’t that essentially what Italy has been doing already to clear their refugee camps?
    “Here people! Travel visas…go…somewhere else now. This is a free pass to move all around the EU…move along. Ciao.”
    You don’t get to be Italy unless your middle name is Appeasement.

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  24. Farm Boy says:

    The Left’s error was its usual one: to assume a moral superiority, to treat conservatism as a kind of mental disorder, to define the campaign as a test of voters’ “compassion”. As Ed Miliband kept putting it, “This election is about values”. Labour’s core vote lapped it up: plenty of Leftists define their ideology by whom they loathe. But others found it off-putting. In a column shortly before polling day, the actor Tom Conti explained why he had switched sides. “Labour, I realised, was built on hatred”.

    Sure, Conti was exaggerating for effect. Labour is also built on many decent impulses: standing up for the underdog, dispersing power away from elites, raising the condition of the poorest. Still, the asymmetry of hatred was palpable. Again and again, Labour candidates and their media allies would rail against the heartless Tories who (in a trope popularised by George Monbiot and Robert Webb) were all emotionally damaged as a result of having been to boarding schools, and who were bent on killing poor and disabled people through benefits cuts. When Ed Miliband appeared alongside Russell Brand, he was deliberately associating himself with the most nihilistic strain of politics in Britain.


  25. @ fuzzie I had to sleep on your question above. I have always operated on the assumption that while the world can be a bad place, I don’t want to miss out on life bc of that possibility. You’d think what I have experienced would make me a terrified bear but I am still hopeful and open to find the relationship I seek. However if one choose the opposite, I would not blame them.

    An example: A couple who met online came into my biz last weekend who have been in before. They are about my age, super happy and loving toward each other. We got to talking about online dating and she said she had to go on nearly 200 (!) dates before finding someone she really “clicked” with, and while he didn’t say how many he’d been on he said more than once he wanted to just walk out. They could easily have gotten discouraged, given up, but they both said they were glad they hadn’t, that it was worth it.


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