Saturday 14 December 2019


Anonymous 14 December 2019 at 09:26 writes -

"Two years ago, an estimated 61.5% of voters under the age of 40 voted Labour.

"Yesterday, according to the Tory 'Lord' Ashcroft, Labour won 57% of the votes of those aged 18-24, 55% from 25-34s, and only 45% from 35-44s.

"Does it seem likely that so many in these demographics decided to switch away from Labour? 

"So having to fall into debt to pay university fees and facing a future stuck in private rented accommodation weren’t issues, then? Really?

"Or did the Tory-connected 'postal vote management' company Idox lend a helping a hand in achieving the election result? Which seems more likely?"

Peter Lilley (left), former cabinet minister, and close friend of Michael Portillo (not shown), former cabinet minister.

"UK Election Postal votes and almost the ENTIRE ballot process, including managing the Electoral Register, is outsourced to IDOX, the company launched by Lord Peter Lilley."

Concerns raised over senior Tory MP link to election count firm

David Cameron's friend Derek Laud, who allegedly he pimped his classmates to wealthy and influential adults while still at school.

Derek Laud "is known to go on holiday and socialise with Peter Lilley, Lord McAlpine, and Michael Portillo."


Scallywag magzine alleged that Derek Laud was a sadist, who was particularly violent and without mercy in his treatment of boys.

Boris Johnson's Brexit will mean - 

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"During the Withdrawal Agreement's extendable ‘transition period’ (which lasts until at least the end of 2020 and almost certainly years longer), we won’t withdraw from the EU at all but become non-voting members.

"We will still be subject to all existing EU laws.

"And we’ll be under the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice (ECJ)."

Boris Johnson.

In some cases, the ECJ will rule for years even after the transition ends.

After the transition, the Political Declaration (PD) signs us up to sharing ‘access to water and quota shares’ (PD, paragraph 73) – which equals continued EU exploitation of UK fishing grounds.

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The POLITICAL DECLARATION (PD) sets out the framework for the future relationship between the EU and the UK.

The Political Declaration states any future free trade agreement with the EU must ensure ‘a level playing field’ and ‘deep regulatory and customs cooperation’.

"This means sticking to EU rules.

"It will be hard for the UK to reduce tariff barriers to cut the cost of living and make trade deals with other nations.

"The PD also requires another restrictive EU customs union in all but name."

The Political Declaration obliges the UK to adopt EU rules on state aid rules and ‘relevant tax matters’.

"This all means we can’t change tax rates to be more competitive and can’t assist a strategic industry such as British Steel.

"The Treaty restricts UK sovereignty by preventing us taking ‘any action likely to conflict with or impede’ EU foreign policy (Article 129.6) – despite having no say in policy making.

"The Political Declaration commits us to security integration through the European Defence Agency and the European Defence Fund." 

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At 14 December 2019 at 04:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just like democracy (and countless other things), in name only.

At 14 December 2019 at 05:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Voter turnout at the 2019 general election is slightly down on two years ago, despite reports of 'busiest ever polling stations' and people queuing 45 minutes to vote."

How very strange.

At 14 December 2019 at 05:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"England's turnout was down on the 2017 General Election from 69.1% to 67.4%."

At 14 December 2019 at 05:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"TORIES are panicking tonight after ENORMOUS QUEUES at polling stations sparked fears of a huge youth turnout."

At 14 December 2019 at 05:45 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Massive queues began forming outside polling stations across the country early this morning, with people reporting having to wait in line for the first time to cast their ballots, pointing to a bumper general election turnout."

At 14 December 2019 at 05:51 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"People have reported waiting in the 'longest queues ever' as voters turned out in their millions ...

"Pictures show scores of young people waiting in the queues at polling stations and universities across the country ...

"Experts have said the crowds suggest that THE TURNOUT ... COULD BE THE HIGHEST SINCE CLEMENT ATLEE AND SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL fought to be PM in the 1950s ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 05:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Voters reportedly leaving queues, as long lines form at polling stations

"Members of the public have been reported leaving before casting their votes due to long queues outside some polling stations.

"Waits of more than half an hour were reported at various locations across England this morning ...

"Many members of the public said they were encouraged by the queues, suggesting it could mean a greater turnout than in the last general election ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 06:01 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"I still think Tories cheated. Everywhere. 'Low turnout'?! Don't think so - we saw the queues ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 06:02 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Do you not find it odd how there were record numbers of people registering to vote and unprecedented queuing at polling stations and the official turnout figures are lower than 2017?"

At 14 December 2019 at 06:03 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"very interesting how there was a record number of registrations to vote, queues outside polling stations etc yet somehow voter turnout was down."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:28 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"... how come we had record voter registration & queues at polling stations - yet somehow turnout was 'low'?
Something seriously stinks."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:29 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"... huge youth turnout, queues around the block at polling stations, what happened, it doesn't make any sense ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:30 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"@electoralreform do we know that the vote was legitimate. I've heard of many turned away. Queues yet low turnout?"

At 14 December 2019 at 07:33 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Feel the same about Southampton Itchen. Very marginal. Tory hold increased. Turnout said to be down on 2017, and yet a huge student turnout (missing last time) overwhelmingly Labour, which survived being sent to wrong polling station etc and voted on mass. Doesn't feel right."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Again I ask - How is it that the turnout in 2017 was 78% yet there are reports of 4 million additional people registering to vote in 2019 election and reports of unprecedented queues to vote in 2019 yet only 69% (final figure) turnout recorded. Something stinks"

At 14 December 2019 at 07:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"The stats show voter turnout down on 2017 ... Yet 'more than 300,000 people apply to vote in one day in largest ever pre-deadline surge.'

At 14 December 2019 at 07:38 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"I've never seen people queuing to vote, only at around 9:45pm when polling is about closing but yesterday, there were queues around the block, yet, voter turnout was apparently lower than in 2017. I call utter bullshit!"

At 14 December 2019 at 07:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"I keep thinking same. Incredible crowds everywhere he went. 3 million new voters registered, majority youth. Pretty much unprecedented queues at polling stations up & down the country.
So how come voting turnout meant to be smaller than 2017....? Just doesn't sit right."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:41 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"This UK election sure had a lot of 'wow the lines have NEVER been this long to vote!' takes for an election that had slightly lower voter turnout than 2017."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:44 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"And how did HUGE numbers of young registering to vote for the first time, and Twitter awash with videos of voters queuing around the block with officials saying the numbers were unprecedented, translate to 'Low turnout'!?
Any theory other than they somehow "lost" some"

At 14 December 2019 at 07:45 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"... My own polling station were shocked by the total turnout at 9pm ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Voter turnout 1.5% down after a huge surge in registered voters???? Something absolutely stinks?"

At 14 December 2019 at 07:50 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"No way was turnout low. My village steady stream all day as one came in one went. Queues all over the country. Traffic backed up on side streets because of polling. It doesn't add up."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rev Suzan Inayat Khan @thinkingran:

"I am ashamed also. And I cannot understand how there was lower turnout for this election and yet there were queues at polling stations.
To be honest, I don’t feel safe in this country any more."

At 14 December 2019 at 07:58 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"My local polling station had to open up the school playing field as an overflow car park due to the turnout ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 08:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Would not be surprised if tories won due to postal vote fraud"

At 14 December 2019 at 08:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mission accomplished/More division:

At 14 December 2019 at 09:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Two years ago, an estimated 61.5% of voters under the age of 40 voted Labour. Yesterday, according to the Tory 'Lord' 'Belize' Ashcroft, Labour won 57% of the votes of those aged 18-24, 55% from 25-34s, and only 45% from 35-44s.

"Does it seem likely that so many in these demographics decided to switch away from Labour? So having to fall into debt to pay university fees and facing a future stuck in private rented accommodation weren’t issues, then? Really?

"Or did the Tory-connected 'postal vote management' company Idox lend a helping a hand in achieving the election result? Which seems more likely?"

At 14 December 2019 at 09:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"I think the election was stolen. The support for Corbyn was extremely large, but they had the excuse of Brexit to switch many of his votes. I don't believe he lost and without Brexit we'd have known he was been robbed. I voted for Brexit but I voted for Corbyn and I believe most other Brexit voters will have voted for him too. We're not turkeys voting for Christmas, we're being farmed."


I agree with the above. And I think they have revealed themselves by going too far in taking such a majority.

"There was no way they were going to let Corbyn and his policies gain any kind of foothold in the western world. There is too much at stake: the oil and other mineral reserves in the Middle East and elsewhere, in Russia, Venezuela, Bolivia; and the land, in the case of Palestine. There has already been far too much investment and effort in these areas to allow any kind of resistance to gain a foothold."

At 14 December 2019 at 09:44 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

EU looks at extending Brexit transition period beyond 2020

At 14 December 2019 at 10:08 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Jubilee Baptist is ... conducting a bold experiment: focusing on debt, work, and freedom from oppression instead of fear and moralism ...

"A year ago, the congregation, then called Ephesus Baptist, had dwindled from a solid membership of several hundred people in the '90s down to just twelve regular attendees, the youngest of whom was in his fifties. The church had half a million in savings, but its demise seemed imminent. Then Georgas, the pastor at the time, had a wild idea: What if the church started over entirely and used the savings to help repay the debts of its members - and others in the community in need? ...

"One of the primary ways that Jubilee would be different, and attempt to remake the world, would be its focus on debt forgiveness. 'Debt Liberation Grants' would be allocated once a month to a member of the church, while the Jubilee Fund would be directed toward lifting two to four people out of poverty in a given year ...

"Thornton also drew up plans for mutual aid teams, where groups of four or five would work to pay off each other’s debt, round-robin style ...

"'I don't have words for the feeling when my debt was forgiven,' said [Amy Brown]. 'But Jesus taught us to love one another and to take care of one another. He didn't question who you were, or who your parents were, or how much money you had, or who you are. You are another human, and you are supposed to help and care for other humans. And I just don't understand where people are missing that.' ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 10:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not sure about that. Full-on Brexit for the CIA, with all opposition in the UK neutered by a rigged General Election seems more likely.

At 14 December 2019 at 13:11 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bullingdon.......... Election was decided decades ago.

At 14 December 2019 at 13:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Finders, CIA, John Kerry speaking glibly about girls being trafficked in Pakistan by banks:

Connect the dots. Nothing will change, whether it's the Maxwell Mossad ring or the CIA ring it's all the same horror and it disappears form the headlines with no one held accountable ever.

I can hardly believe anyone thinks their vote counts for anything.



At 14 December 2019 at 15:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"The reason broadcasters are not allowed to reveal postal votes before 10PM polling day is it influences the vote.

I really have no explanation of how this is allowed under broadcasting code."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:06 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


On the board of Idox PLC sits JEREMY MILLARD who also happens to sit on the board of Blackbullion Ltd with the mysterious LORD FINK.

Lord Fink, whom Ed Miliband accused of “tax evasion activities”, is the former co-Treasurer of the Conservative Party, and has worked closely with Tony Blair’s close friend and one-time chief fundraiser Michael ‘Lord Cashpoint’ Levy. Lord Fink also sits on the Board of Trustees of the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies - Emeritus Governor (until his death two years ago) Sir Richard Greenbury. Greenbury’s wife - Gabrielle - worked closely with Jimmy Savile to administer the Jimmy Savile Stoke Mandevile Hospital Trust.

At 14 December 2019 at 18:11 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"... [We] have one sworn affidavit from a former boy (presently giving evidence in Wales) who claims he was seriously molested (among many others) by Lord McAlpine who was at the time the Tory party's clandestine fund raiser. IT WAS ALLEGED *** BY THIS BOY AND OTHERS *** that Messrs Portillo and LILLEY were also guests of Derek Laud."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:17 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"No one has ... traced paedophile material produced by one of Mr X's [John Allen's] companies in Amsterdam to an address in Dolphin Square, which we have stated in previous issues was under surveillance for some time by British Customs and where Portillo and LILLEY WERE KNOWN TO VISIT."

"The Dolphin Square restaurant, of course, is where both LILLEY and Portillo dine most Friday nights and was for a time under scrutiny by HM Customs after they had intercepted paedophile material at Mount Pleasant."

"Laud has been on holiday with LILLEY ..."

"Among all the sad testimonies from the victims, two names emerge that connect the paedophile ring directly with Michael Portillo, PETER LILLEY and other high ranking Tories. The first is the above-mentioned Derek Laud, who wanders with equanimity in the House of Parliament. The second is Alan Beck, alias Sister Latex, and an old friend of Portillo's from Cambridge."

"It is implausible that Portillo and LILLEY are not aware of the paedophile ring. And it is very likely Laud would have told them."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:20 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It read like a who's who of the party unfaithful. Michael Portillo, PETER LILLEY ... The glitterati of the Conservative Party, secret gays to a man, gathered at Robert Banks' Dolphin Square apartment for long sessions of debauchery where young boys were devoured ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:21 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Laud leads a very fashionable life, dining out at the exclusive Le Caprice restaurant in London W1. Where he has been seen with Michael Portillo and PETER LILLEY."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

'Prince Andrew was used as bait by paedophile Jeffrey Epstein in an attempt to lure a 15-year-old girl to his Caribbean island'

At 14 December 2019 at 18:46 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


"[It would be comical] to call J-TV, the new 'Global Jewish TV Channel', anything but a bid by Conservative Party activists to capitalise on Jewish disillusionment with Labour over the issue of Israel-Palestine ... J-TV has been set up by Oliver Anisfeld ... Both his father and mother were part of a recent Conservative Friends of Israel delegation accompanied by several Conservative MPs; indeed, LANCE ANISFELD, Oliver's father, is a former member of CFI's Executive Board and the Conservative Party activist has previously worked as a special adviser to Tory PETER LILLEY MP ..."

At 14 December 2019 at 18:53 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

LANCE ANISFELD (a/k/a Lance Forman):

At 14 December 2019 at 19:16 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Survivor Sam Hill @samhill1212 grew up in Kimpton, Herts.

According to Sam, PETER LILLEY lived in the same village and knew the paedophile who targeted her when she was a child.

Sam said:

"I was about 10 years old when I first met my abuser [David] ... He was 19 years older than me."

"One one occasion [David] assaulted me in the spinney along the private road where my grandparents lived ... He tried to have sex with me ... I was about 11."

"The most overt abuse I remember was at [a party] where the doctors were ... I was 11 or 12 ... The doctor downstairs gave me a large glass of wine and started chatting to me ...

"There were about six or seven small children and two or three my age. A girl called Jane who lived near David was also a helper there. Also told to go up and open the door, and the men at the top of the stairs were exposing themselves.

"... [There] were children aged 9 or 10 coming downstairs only in their pants, and they were not talking, and [they were] crawling on the floor ...

"... [We] were told that we would be taken to the big house in Claggy Road to meet Important People."


At 14 December 2019 at 19:20 , Anonymous Anonymous said...








Virginia Bottomley

Michael Colvin

Lord Cormack

Lord Lamont

John Major

Michael Portillo

Tim Sainsbury

At 14 December 2019 at 19:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Former barrister Duncan Roy:


"... In yesterday’s post I said I also had a source for allegations of paedophilia against the three senior Tories named in this post's title. I will not reveal anything which could possibly reveal the identity of my source ... I will say that my source was a senior public official who was involved with the tribunal of inquiry into the abuse of children in care in North Wales, known as the Waterhouse Inquiry ...

"My source was not a victim of the crimes alleged. However, my source has had detailed conversations with many of the people involved in the Waterhouse Inquiry. None of these conversations has been publicised. My source has been warned off going public. My source says that THESE THREE NAMES CAME UP OVER AND OVER AGAIN during these conversations ...

"Our present state of knowledge about who committed what crimes against children in care in North Wales is unacceptable. If you or anyone you know can identify the criminals involved, please step forward."

At 15 December 2019 at 11:40 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is interesting to read about all the contradicting evidence in the recent elections.
(e.g. SNP strongest party in Scotland, but BoJo rejecting requests for a new referendum)
It appears, that these machinations and results are not exatly new in „Western democracies“, following analysis did report something very similar „many moons ago“, from Albion` s closest ally, the US of A…

At 16 December 2019 at 09:52 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

My town went blue after decades of being red. And the youthquake didn't vote for Bojo the clown. They've really done it this time.

At 10 February 2020 at 01:56 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your graphic at the bottom there, giving more information on Peter Lilley says that he retired abruptly from politics. This is not entirely true, as in 2018, he was made a life Peer and given a spot in the House of Lords.


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