UK Politics – Corbyn & Oldham

Following the death of the old labour MP for Oldham, we are faced with another by-election in one of the old northern towns.  One of the places where it is traditionally said that you could stick a red rosette (so labour) on a pig and get it elected.  Moron voters vote tribally.  Immigrants vote gimmegrant (labour).  For validation of this phenomenon you might look up Prescott, Abbot or Brown.  Or Corbyn


We have the widely regarded as unelectable Jeremy ‘throwback to the seventies class warrior’ Corbyn ‘leading’ the labourites.  A Worzel Gummidge figure widely beloved of the loony left.  Disliked by the vast majority of the labour members of parliament (MPs).  He has rebelled against the labour leadership habitually for the last three decades, now that he’s ‘leader’ (stop laughing at the back) he’s having to appeal to the labour minions directly, so that they blackmail their MPs to follow his lead.  The tears roll down my leg, I’m laughing that hard.

His latest debacle is over the proposed bombing of IS in Syria.  He’s a pacifist milksop (that I happen to agree with on this specific issue) that doesn’t want to join in the bombing in Syria.  Most of his Shadow Cabinet (loosely seen as the mirror to the government ministers) are, for some bizarre reason, keen to get in on the bombing of one set of enemies of democracy (and us) in support of another set of enemies of us.  He’s just caved and will let them vote according to their own ‘consciences’ as opposed to being whipped to vote the party line.  He’s given up on getting the MPs to follow his lead, however, his minions will be looking to deselect those treacherous MPs before the next election (if he gets there, or even if he doesn’t – the local branches are now stuffed with lefties looking to hijack the party).

The Labour party is NOT splitting…it’s disintegrating.  It has bent over, grabbed its own ankles and fucked itself…with vigour…it really is that serious.

Latest bookies figures this lunchtime is

Labour 42%
UKIP 39%  ( <- the challengers)
Tories 13%  ( <– so no chance)

Even allowing for the traditional 200+% turnout of the postal votes for Labour, things are tight.  (I believe that USites see the same phenomenon with democrats)

Weather is predicted to be bad, this favours the right traditionally.  This isn’t a left v right election…so it’s going to be interesting.  Some labourites might vote UKIP just to get Jezza out.  The party might well then detonate.  The party’s new (hijacking) members frigging love the loony lefty Jezza.  They will explode if he’s binned.  Bwahahaha


Here’s hoping (in a parody of a traditional Tory line) that the Tories don’t split the UKIP vote.

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32 comments on “UK Politics – Corbyn & Oldham
  1. Spawny Get says:

    Too late!

    Both our major parties seem to be descending into grotesque caricatures of themselves, as extreme as anything the satirist’s pens at Private Eye or Spitting Image could imagine them to be.

    To start with Labour, it is at first tempting to compare Jeremy Corbyn with the hapless Wolfie Smith, but at least John Sullivan’s character was a loveable rogue, whereas Corbyn’s ashen-faced puritanism is more akin to the miserabilist Dave Spart of ancient Private Eye fame.

    Not to be outdone, the Tories seem to be rebranding themselves as a competitor to that Sloane Ranger reality TV show Made In Chelsea, complete with their own Spencer Matthews figure, Mark Clarke, roving around charming and bedding young posh birds wherever he finds them.

    The former Tory Party chairman Grant Shapps has already had to fall on his sword as the scandal laps at the feet of senior party colleagues. Even without the help of Mr Clarke, the party’s careful rebranding is dissolving fast: seeing themselves as home and dry with the election of Mr Corbyn, the mask is now slipping to reveal a face of arrogant privilege, complacency and entitlement. Now dubbed – what else – the “Tatler Tories”, their ‘smug grins’ have moved none other than the Old Etonian and Daily Telegraph doyen Charles Moore to want to vote Labour.

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  2. Spawny Get says:

    ‘Wolfie Smith’ was a tragi-comic character from an alleged shite comedy (alleged comedy, not allegedly shite) show from the seventies

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  3. Spawny Get says:

    From the ConWoman article…the problem

    At a time we are confronting the most terrible evil that, to quote broadcaster Andrew Neil, would shame the Middle Ages, Her Majesty’s Opposition wouldn’t seem out of place giving recitals of Das Kapital in an autonomous worker’s collective, while the Tories seem to prefer playing at Downton Abbey without the Earl of Grantham’s sense of style or noblesse oblige.

    And this is supposed to be the politics of the 21st Century.

    No long term plan, hell…no short term plan beyond “let’s bomb the bastards”

    I despair of all these frigging morons.

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  4. Spawny Get says:

    And I am not alone in my despair (from Guido)

    As someone said before ,the tens of thousands of military age muslims lounging in Europe’s capitals,drinking coffee ,booze, smoking weed ,whoring ,pimping,shagging ,raping !
    and the dumb fucks who lead us believe sending our military age non muslims to die in defence of the above carpetbagging muslim excrement is the only option .
    I really despair.

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  5. Cill says:

    I long since tired of the biased MSM reports on U.K. politics. As a result, I’m out of touch with it.

    It’s refreshing to get an entertaining non-lefty report, mate. You just don’t get quality stuff from anywhere else, unless you want to spend time (time you don’t have, in my case) searching for it on the internet.

    From my own selfish point of view I hope you keep publishing these insights even if I’m the only one who reads them. It’s too f*cking important to fall out of touch with. Good stuff.

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  6. Choicy says:

    I concur with Cillo.

    Bring it on, Spawny mate, give us the good oil. There’s so much shit in the U.K. media, I need it like a turd in a swimming pool.

    As the kayways would say, Onya mate.

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  7. Choicy! Greetings mate, good to see you!

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  8. Choicy says:

    Good to see you too Bloom. It’s the middle of the night in the great southern land. I’ve been catching up with me bookwork which I let get behind the last couple of days. Goodnight Bloom, and all me mates. I’ll see you all New Year Eve, when I’ll be at Cillo’s and maybe Chrstmas as well.

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  9. Spawny Get says:

    The main issue with Corbyn is…is he so bad that it’s preferred (by everyone who wants labour to die) that he remain as ‘leader’?

    His performance at PMQs (Prime Minister’s Questions), where Camoron is supposed to be held to the fire, has been ridiculous. He reads out questions from members of the public…yeah. The leader of the opposition thinks that questions from the plebs are the way to go.

    The Tories have been told not to go for Corbyn, because he’d do better portraying himself as victim of the meany Tories than he does as an effective leader of the inquisition.

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  10. Cill says:

    ” it’s preferred (by everyone who wants labour to die) that he remain as ‘leader’?”

    I remember making a similar comment about his predecessor. We expect incompetence from politicians everywhere, but not the buffoonery that the Labour Party (UK) seems to prefer in its leaders. It’s bizarre.

    I sometimes wonder if it’s the British sense of humour that votes them in, so they can sit back** and enjoy the show.

    **Whilst they partake of deep fried, battered haddock accompanied by French fried potatoes. And mushy peas.

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  11. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Spawny Get,
    Without you, I would have no understanding of UK politics. However, all this chaos does create an opportunity for the Monster Raving Looney Party. In all seriousness, if no one likes what the Tories or Labour are saying, it may let UKIP in the door.

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  12. Cill says:

    The time difference between Choicy’s great southern land and NZ has always been awkward for live contact. He’s 5 hours behind, same as London – New York, but he’s always out all day (his time) in some of the world’s most remote places.

    Anyway, good to see your hapless Aussie dial handsome Aussie face here, Choicy mate.

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  13. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    COTWA is packing it in.

    Good to see you. Please, don’t be a stranger.

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  14. Cill says:

    (emphasis mine):
    “Many of the developed world’s citizens gave no conscious thought to Islam pre-9/11. Now we switch on the news every evening and, though there are many trouble spots around the world, as a general rule it’s easy to make an educated guess at one of the participants: Muslims vs Jews in “Palestine”, Muslims vs Hindus in Kashmir, Muslims vs Christians in Africa, Muslims vs Buddhists in Thailand, Muslims vs Russians in the Caucasus, Muslims vs backpacking tourists in Bali, Muslims vs Danish cartoonists in Scandinavia. The environmentalists may claim to think globally but act locally, but these guys live it. They open up a new front somewhere on the planet with nary a thought.”

    To which I might add:
    Muslims vs Han in China
    Muslims vs Everybody in the Philippines
    Muslims vs Everybody in Australia.

    And… Muslims vs Christians in Africa covers a hell of a lot of ground. Take the mass-murdering Muslims vs Christians in Nigeria alone…

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  15. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    It’s not like fighting a war against a nation state. Rhese people don’t wear uniforms and marching into their capital is not going to help.
    We nedd better tactics.

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  16. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, how are you going?

    Western Politicians and the MSM insist we fight a nice war against a culture that’s on a par with 12th Century Europe in its backwardness. We’d beat them easily if it weren’t for that. And we all know who dictates the political tone of the MSM, in which women outnumber men by 2 to 1.

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  17. Cill says:

    I don’t just mean militarily there. I mean in terms of level of civilization. They are ignorant and backward in their beliefs. Like stoning women to death for being raped. SJWs and feminists have encouraged them to believe their culture is at least the equal of ours.

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  18. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    Not all of these people are bomb threowing murderers. I worry about visiting injustice on the innocent. I can think of parallels to what fembots are doing to men.

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  19. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    I have yet to understand why women would be stoned for being raped. My gut tells me that it may have grown out of false allegations or, to minimize blood feuds between families.

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  20. blurkel says:

    It’s a day late and a dollar short, but New Post Is Up.

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  21. blurkel says:

    @ Fuzzie

    I have yet to understand why women would be stoned for being raped.

    Because they did something enticing and caused the man to lose control and rape her. By not fighting to the death to avoid the rape, she besmirched the family honor and must die.

    This is what happens when you give 7th Century tribesmen oil billions.

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  22. SFC Ton says:

    I should do a write up on why we cannot win the war on terror. The answers are much simpler then people think

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  23. Liz says:

    Snippets from a letter I got years ago, a few months after the war in Iraq ended (from a friend stationed there). It will give you some background about what this area of the world is about:

    “Since there is no government here, we became the government. We had to fill in all the government offices that are necessary to run a city. So I became the City Manager, which means that I run the sanitation, sewage, water treatment, transportation, and other functions. Also, I am the project manager, which means I plan construction and reconstruction of certain projects within the city. The other officers have cool jobs like Deputy Mayor, Finance Minister, and School Board Superintendent. We have a huge job ahead of us. It’s just not the Officers that get the important jobs, but the enlisted as well. For example, one of our lower enlisted soldiers (a specialist) has become the Chief of Police and my Team Sergeant has become the Assistant Chief. The specialist was picked because of his background as a SWAT member of a police force near Green Bay. My team sergeant, SSG Johnson is this big Irish man who likes to fight. He is former Marine Recon and has been an instructor at the Marine Officer Infantry School where he taught fighting techniques. I also have a specialist on my team that has been given a very important job. His title is Minister of Showers for all of South Central Iraq. He is a very important man, because he is the one who is in charge of turning on the pump that fill the tanks up on the roof so we can shower on shower night.

    They found a mass gravesite just 600 meters from here. It was out back of a torture chamber that they discovered. Have not been by to see it yet but I’m sure that there are going to be many more. There have been a lot of weapons caches found to, to include one in this building. It was found in the cadaver room. Yes there are bodies floating in big vats of formaldehyde. Kind of gross to see. Well anyways, there were RPGs, Machine Guns, AK-47s, mortar rounds and other stuff. That stuff was carted of for disposal.

    The other day we had a man and his teenage daughter come to the gate. The complaint was that three guys kidnapped her and continued to rape her for three days before they let her go. Now in Iraq and possibly elsewhere in the Middle East, that the only way that the girl will ever get her respect back is if she marries the rapist. That blows my mind. Anyway, they planned to do a raid and get these bad guys but at the last minute, the father took a payoff from the perpetrators. So I guess money is more important that his daughter. A lot of women are treated badly here. The other day they arrested another bad guy and in the back yard they found his wife handcuffed to something. She had been handcuffed so long, that the skin had started to grow back over the handcuffs.”

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  24. fuzziewuzziebear says:

    That makes theWild West look tame. I don’t think that I have ever heard of stuff that screwed up.

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  25. blurkel says:

    @ Cill

    Western Politicians and the MSM insist we fight a nice war against a culture that’s on a par with 12th Century Europe in its backwardness.

    Except that the Crusaders weren’t facing Seljuks driving Toyota pickup trucks with heavy machine guns in the beds, followed by hordes clutching AK-47s and iPhones. Seems like these primitives have modernized where it suits them.


  26. Cill says:

    “Labour can at least rely on the Asian community, who make up roughly 20-25 per cent of the constituency and are expected to fully back McMahon.” Yeah. Thought so. I have wondered if the lefties’ wholesale import of Asian migrants has been cynical. I guess they have more female than male support, but is the supply of new blue-collar working class supporters enough to replace the old?


  27. Spawny Get says:

    Here’s a link to a credible story that should answer all your queries

    ’bout the same as the US billionaires agitating for an expansion of the visa process. And their democrats leaving the border open.


  28. Cill says:

    What a vague question I just asked there. The lefties’ wholesale import of Asian migrants: I’m referring mainly to the EU. I’m assuming that “Asians” (Muslims) will tend to support parties of the left and the EU itself, which holds governments to politically correct standards for migration. So the Asians who flood into Europe and U.K. are mostly future votes for the left.


  29. Spawny Get says:

    UKIP reckon they have done well, but not well enough. Results expected at around 1:30am Patriarchal Mean Time. His majesty will be sleeping at that time.

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  30. Spawny Get says:

    Farage tweeting about postal vote issues. Could prove interesting, longer-term.

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