Tuesday 10 December 2019




"UK Labour Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth commented that the civil service machine would 'pretty quickly move to safeguard security' if Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn became prime minister in a leaked audio obtained and released by the Guido Fawkes website.

He also said MPs "f***** it up" in 2016 when they moved to oust Mr Corbyn, saying they "went too early".

Ashworth named the leaker as Tory friend Greig Baker, who used to be the chairman of the Canterbury Conservative Association.

Boris Johnson.

"Child sex abuse victims have criticised Boris Johnson for claiming police funding was being 'spaffed up the wall' investigating historical allegations.

Johnson said in an interview with LBC that 'an awful lot of police time' was spent looking at 'historic offences and all this malarkey'.

Boris Johnson historical child sex abuse comments 'horrific ...

Boris Johnson has Jewish ancestry and volunteered on an Israeli kibbutz

New UK Prime Minister Descended From Rabbi, 'Feels Jewish' -


BORIS Johnson likened the confiscation of handguns in the wake of the Dunblane massacre to “nanny confiscating toys” like model train sets and stamp collections.

Boris Johnson compared gun crackdown after Dunblane to ...

In his 2004 novel, Seventy Two Virgins, written while he was a Tory MP, Boris Johnson depicted Jews as controlling the media and being able to 'fiddle' elections. 

Boris Johnson book depicts Jews as controlling the media ...


2019 Human Development Index Ranking

1. Norway

The tax level in Norway has fluctuated between 40 and 45% of GDP since the 1970s. 

The relatively high tax level is a result of the large Norwegian welfare state. 

Most of the tax revenue is spent on public services such as health services, the operation of hospitals, education and transportation.

2. Switzerland

3. Ireland

4. Germany

5. Hong Kong

6. Australia

6. Iceland

8. Sweden

9. Singapore

10. Netherlands

11. Denmark

12. Finland

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At 10 December 2019 at 02:47 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does anyone care?


At 10 December 2019 at 02:55 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 10 December 2019 at 04:35 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Check this Twitter post out:


At 10 December 2019 at 04:36 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 10 December 2019 at 14:23 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I smell a rat in the whole Ashworth story. The leak looks like a last-ditch effort by some of the Blairites to try to prevent Corbyn winning the election.

At 11 December 2019 at 00:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

11th day of December. 11/12 = 23. I'm expecting some event today to try and force the election one way or the other.

At 11 December 2019 at 01:38 , Anonymous Brabantian said...

USA voter polls this week say that Trump will lose hugely next November, against any of the leading Democratic Party candidates, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden or Bernie Sanders

The biggest win would be by Obama's Vice President, Joe Biden

In the USA, each state's voting becomes a vote by a group of state 'electors' ... 270 electors are needed nationally to become USA President, which can mean, as in 2016, that the popular vote national winner can lose

Poll predictions as of 9 December 2019:
Joe Biden wins, 368 to 170 electoral votes for Trump
Bernie Sanders wins, 328 to 210 electoral votes for Trump
Elizabeth Warren wins, 293 to 239 electoral votes for Trump

Charts here

At 11 December 2019 at 05:09 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russiagate media smears against Corbyn brought to you by US and UK military-intelligence apparatus


"On Nov. 27, the Corbyn campaign revealed a 451-page dossier containing details of secret negotiations between the U.K.’s Conservative government and the U.S. to privatize Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) as part of the Brexit deal. The explosive revelation put the lie to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s promise that the NHS was not up for negotiation.

...the media relied on a single source to link the NHS dossier – and Corbyn himself – to Russian interference: a supposed data consulting firm called Graphika, and its director, supposed “information expert” Ben Nimmo.

Not one outlet covering the story bothered to inform readers who Nimmo was, or offered any detail on the powerful state forces behind Graphika. In fact, Nimmo is not a data expert or a journalist, but a former NATO press officer who previously consulted for the covert Integrity Initiative propaganda farm, which was funded by the U.K. Foreign Office and dedicated to spawning conflict with Russia."

"Turns out @benimmo – the guy who habitually identifies real people as Russian bots – is a former travel & fantasy fiction writer with no journalistic or security expertise. And he works for a military-intelligence front that has a special relationship with certain media outlets. https://t.co/mXwxE6IRKD

— Max Blumenthal (@MaxBlumenthal) January 4, 2019"

... more at link

At 11 December 2019 at 06:27 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I never thought there was any point in voting and always preferred to spoil my ballot paper in protest but this time I’ve decided to vote Labour. After seeing the way the media and certain groups have constantly attacked Corbyn while letting Boris get away with murder, it makes me think that perhaps Corbyn isn’t as controlled by the powers that be as the rest of them. All the constant anti-semitism smears speak volumes! I know it’s unlikely Corbyn will become prime minister and if he does it’ll probably be a disappointment but what is there to lose at this stage?

At 11 December 2019 at 06:43 , Blogger Anon said...


11 December 2019


Last year, official estimates put the population of the UK at 66.44 million.

At the time of the 2011 census, 21.3% of the overall population of England and Wales was aged under 18 years. For the sake of argument, let's assume the same percentage applies to the wider UK. So there are some 1,415,1720 who are too young to vote.

There are about 83,618 prisoners who are not permitted to vote.

In 2017 there were 579,776 people aged 90 years and over living in the UK. I think it's fair to assume that at least a quarter of those in their 90s & 100s may be unable to vote due to mental incapacity. Say, 145,000 of the 'very' old.

Anthony Masters of the Royal Statistical Society suggests that some 4.6 million UK residents are ineligible to vote on nationality grounds (they are not from eligible countries or naturalised British), although this figure includes those under the age of 18 who would be ineligible to vote anyway (already counted by me). So let's reduce the figure of 4.6 million by 21.3% to 3,620,200.

As of 2019, there are some 320,000 homeless in the UK, according to research by Shelter. We can assume the vast majority of homeless folk can't vote, practically speaking, because they don't have a usable address. For the sake of argument, let's take an estimate of 300,000 homeless people who, realistically, 'can't vote'.

So the voting population is 66.44 million...

MINUS 1,415,1720 ("too young")

MINUS 83,618 ("ineligible as prisoners")

MINUS 145,000 ("extremely old, voting impossible, practically speaking")

MINUS 3,620,200 ("no British citizenship or eligible nationality")

MINUS 300,000 ("homeless, voting impossible, practically speaking")


= This leaves just under 49 million people out of 66.44 million who CAN legally & realistically vote, if they choose to.

This is a very generous top figure, because we still haven't taken into account people who are so severely incapacitated mentally and/or physically that voting is impossible for them, practically speaking.


It's been predicted by polling companies that somewhere between 41% and 43% of all votes cast in the 2019 general election MAY be cast for the Conservative party.

This percentage seems rather high to those of us who live in the UK, perhaps because the proportion of EXPATS who vote Tory by postal vote is much higher than the proportion of those resident in the UK who vote Tory. Expat votes inflate the percentage.

But let's take the middle percentage of 42% as our estimate of the percentage of votes which will probably be for the Tory party.

Some experts predict a turnout at the 2019 general election of around 66% of eligible voters.



ZERO 0% of the 17 million who can't vote will vote Conservative.

Of the 49 million who can legally & realistically vote, 42% may vote Conservative. That is, about 20,580,000.


20.5 million voters who vote for the Conservative party tomorrow are likely to determine the future not only for themselves, but for all 66.44 million residents of the UK, of whom circa 46 million WON'T cast a vote for the Conservative party tomorrow.


(NB Some of the 70% may wish they had been able to vote Conservative under different rules. But the vast majority of the 70% -- being babies, children, teenagers, the very sick, the very old, immigrants and refugees, the imprisoned, and the homeless -- will most certainly NOT be unhappy that the rules prevented them from voting Tory. They would have voted for an opposition party, or for no party, had they been eligible.)

At 11 December 2019 at 07:39 , Blogger The Bell Soon Tolls said...

It's pantomime, and they are all reading from the same script, they just represent different acts of the show. Don't be fooled by their sleight of hand. They want you to believe you have got choice ... but in reality all you are going to end up with is the same.

Go back to spoiling your ballot paper. Or even better still, if you really want to make a difference, if you really want to see change, do not vote at all.

That's the only vote for the future of the human race.

At 11 December 2019 at 12:43 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

They'd be really showing their hand if Corbyn turned out to be just like the rest. For more eyes to see.


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