The despair Of The British nation.

Saturday, 18 April 2009

JUST IN CASE YOU THINK IT'S ALL A GAME.

Have a laugh at where politics can take you.



I make no apology for this shocking image or linking it to our present day UK. If anyone reading this little blog thinks we won't, can't, couldn't go there. Think again. McBride's emails, hiding the real cause of Mr Tomlinson's injuries, raid on an opposition MP's office, ballot rigging, Gordon Brown's manipulation and stranglehold over The Police. Far fetched? I don't think so. For every atrocity there is a memory. God forbid it's yours, mine or that of a Police Officer.







14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm working a night shift right now. I have permission during quiet periods to "surf", within reason. I stumbled here, (porn not allowed!). I cannot deny your association with this image.. I knew Ian. In many ways a bit of a sod, yet had a bit of something about him. If anybody on your blog believes he deserved this shit, they need to stare at your picture.

Anonymous said...

Bloody hell!

Anonymous said...

http://news.sky.com/skynews/Home/UK-News/Nicola-Fisher-G20-Woman-Attacked-By-Policeman-Tells-Sky-News-Police-Were-There-For-A-Fight/Article/200904315264255?lpos=UK_News_Carousel_Region_0&lid=ARTICLE_15264255_Nicola_Fisher_G20_Woman_Attacked_By_Policeman_Tells_Sky_News_Police_Were_There_For_A_Fight


It really is geting terrible.

subrosa said...

You leave me speechless Oldrightie. How good of you to do this post and I hope as many as possible read it. Send it to Iain Dale and see if he'll promote it.

Oldrightie said...

Subrosa, I am too small to join the big time. Yet your kindness fills me with hope. I am desperately proud of all the blog people. God forbid blogging gets smashed.

Oldrightie said...

I tried to post on LabourHome but failed. I saw there a glimmer of hope. Whatever we may disagree about, humanity is worth more than strife? Their Party is corrupt far worse than any in our history. Yet I would vote for a party that held a shit Tory Administration to account as fervently.

CrazyDaisy said...

Great article, although what's currently happening in Israel has made me boycott their products.

How do you criticise Zionists without being tarred with an anti-semetic brush? I can't hold my tongue but as the Nazis were out of order during their tenure it appears the Israeli Nation bears no shame of what Palestine is subjected to.

Oldrightie said...

CrazyDaisy said...
How do you criticise Zionists without being tarred with an anti-semetic brush?

So like criticising mass UK immigration, when we are accused of racism. For me we have little room left for genuine asylum cases. They suffer in favour of economic migrants.
Just say what you feel and work at promoting decency.

subrosa said...

Come on now Oldrightie, together we stand ...
Iain Dale does answer emails you know.

Oldrightie said...

Bless you, Subrosa!

Anonymous said...

I recognize that photograph it was taken during the miners strike 1984. Some members of the young Conservatives caught a few striking Miners near Orgreave this is what they done to them.

They say when they get back in power they intend to find some stray labour supporters. And do it once agin

Richard Jones said...

OR, very briefly, were you aware of the grass-roots Labour blogging umbrella group, "Bloggers for Labour"? Basically, it's a site which unites Labour-supporting blogs. The interesting -- and crucial thing -- here is that it's entirely bottom-up as opposed to top-down (which is what Dolly was up to). I have no connection with it, but it's a good platform for them to develop policies, discuss the future direction of the party, etc. God knows they'll need something like this in the aftermath of the next GE!

subrosa said...

OR, here's an interesting blog about Scottish politics

http://powersminions.blogspot.com/2009/04/free-fair-elections-in-scotland-1.html

Sorry to be off topic.

Oldrightie said...

Subrosa, no apology ever necessary from you!