The despair Of The British nation.

Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Not Even A Pretense Of Decency Anymore.

Why Not Just Have Announced A Mafia Don?


"Who? Me?"

I can't know but I suspect she was involved in 2009 inn facilitating the flow of cash in that instance. If I'm correct, this appointment makes more sense. It keeps someone in the ECB able to channel the ongoing deep state paymasters of the criminal billionaires interest payments and laundromats in business.

I suppose any deep state choice will do. How anyone with a brain cell can't see the depth of depraved corruption now in full glare in the EUSSR, as the next round of millionaire appointments is stitched up, is beyond me. The distractions of their political camouflage of a Parliament and legion of pompous Presidents are now seen for the corrupt facades they are.

If we could only break free, expose the gangsters for the scum they are and prove how a democratic Nation can prosper. If nothing else we would not be part of the decline and fall this pervasive, all consuming and dominating drug business which now drains Western wealth and culture dry.


12 comments:

  1. It is easy to see why those that are making a lot of money out of the EU want to protect their own interests. What amazes me is how they have managed to dupe so many ordinary people into believing the EU is the only way we can prosper as a nation. Most counties don't belong to the EU and many are doing a lot better in the world than we are so why can't we do the same as them?

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    1. Anon, excellent points. If we can get free of this self interested, undemocratic cabal then my money's on we'll do very well.

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  2. Another interesting Farage interview, @ 13:55 he says we might not exit on the 31st, says hopes he's wrong, I do too. Doesn't seem to have 100% trust in Boris.
    https://stellasplace1.com/2019/07/05/charlie-kirk-interviews-nigel-farage/

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  3. Hello RAC, Nigel is right in today's world you can't have 100% trust in any politician, after the last 3 years why would you? The main point is Boris represents the best chance of escaping the clutches of the EU today which is why many if us are backing him. If he let's us down we will look for help elsewhere but I believe Mr Hunt is just another Mrs May, a remainer in a brexiteer outfit.

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  4. My hope is that after a GE Farage will have so many seats that he can call the shots when he teams up with Boris.
    Boris I fear will try and palm us off with a watered down version of Mays sell out.

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  5. If the two ballot papers per "Hunt" supporter get inveigled Nigel will be the next PM, RAC.

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    1. Not totally sure what you mean there, but is it something that would come under the heading of "unintended consequences".

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  6. I meant, RAC, that if Hunt squeaks in on "secondary" votes, he'll not bring about leave, a GE will arise and TBP will clean up!

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  7. This blog is an utter disgrace. Disgusting vile views from a group of nasty insular little pathetic fools.

    Fuck off.

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    1. Always good to have a comedian on the bill Pravda, especially the subtle ones /s who think they're as smooth as glass but are really twice as brittle.

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  8. Hello Truth, Nice of you to drop by and insult us. I doubt if many here will be too upset as most of us have endured such abuse from left wing zealots for years. Free speech but only if you agree with me has always been the left wing way and more recently the remainers are often the same. At least you didn't spit on us or offer us physical violence as so many of your persuasion have in the past.

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    1. Thank you guys. Unlike this 12 year old I remember when it was a free country, free speech and without the profanity!

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