Angry Britain

Posted by: Stanley Park

Angry Britain - 26/09/19 02:36 PM

Well I have heard it all now.

We are all supposed to calm our language down say remain MP,s. Remain MP,s are concerned for their safety.

Here's a thought how about implementing the decision of the British people which you promised to respect, which you were voted in on a manifesto of respecting the result, a referendum you, yourselves authorised by 6 to 1

Instead they carry on plotting and changing the British consitution and rich business women and the elite funding court cases to trash the vote of millions of ordinary people

And you are surprised you idiots the nation is angry ! Believe me if you carry on your games don't be surprised if it gets angrier
Posted by: Shaggydog

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 03:27 PM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Well I have heard it all now.

We are all supposed to calm our language down say remain MP,s. Remain MP,s are concerned for their safety.

Here's a thought how about implementing the decision of the British people which you promised to respect, which you were voted in on a manifesto of respecting the result, a referendum you, yourselves authorised by 6 to 1

Instead they carry on plotting and changing the British consitution and rich business women and the elite funding court cases to trash the vote of millions of ordinary people

And you are surprised you idiots the nation is angry ! Believe me if you carry on your games don't be surprised if it gets angrier


You do realise that a member of your parliament was murdered by a right wing fanatic screaming britain first. You do realise that a number of current MP's have received death threats. Of course you do. You just don't care.

This post is an hysterical rant by an angry right winger who is getting closer each day to advocating violence as a solution to the current problems.

Very mature.

#we aren't racist we are characters.
Posted by: Stanley Park

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 03:34 PM

So what's your answer oh very clever one ? Another referendum ? Cancel Brexit ? Tell the public they are all thick ?

That will take the heat out of it I am sure

There again there is my solution "implement what the British people vote for" I know that's "out of the box" thinking but there we are. Yes I know that's probably too far out
Posted by: Shaggydog

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 03:44 PM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
So what's your answer oh very clever one ? Another referendum ? Cancel Brexit ? Tell the public they are all thick ?

That will take the heat out of it I am sure

There again there is my solution "implement what the British people vote for" I know that's "out of the box" thinking but there we are. Yes I know that's probably too far out



When does the revolution start?
Posted by: Stanley Park

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 03:53 PM

Originally Posted By Shaggydog
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
So what's your answer oh very clever one ? Another referendum ? Cancel Brexit ? Tell the public they are all thick ?

That will take the heat out of it I am sure

There again there is my solution "implement what the British people vote for" I know that's "out of the box" thinking but there we are. Yes I know that's probably too far out



When does the revolution start?


I don't know what's happening but something is and that's the worrying part. I have started to go to a few meetings that are being organised. And before you claim far right it's ordinary working people who are sick to the back teeth with being treated with contempt. My best guess is there won't be widespread violence but some new political movements will form. What I have no idea. The other option is MP,s do what they promised to do. However that's too big ask obviously
Posted by: Shaggydog

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 03:57 PM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Originally Posted By Shaggydog
Originally Posted By Stanley Park
So what's your answer oh very clever one ? Another referendum ? Cancel Brexit ? Tell the public they are all thick ?

That will take the heat out of it I am sure

There again there is my solution "implement what the British people vote for" I know that's "out of the box" thinking but there we are. Yes I know that's probably too far out



When does the revolution start?


I don't know what's happening but something is and that's the worrying part. I have started to go to a few meetings that are being organised. And before you claim far right it's ordinary working people who are sick to the back teeth with being treated with contempt. My best guess is there won't be widespread violence but some new political movements will form. What I have no idea. The other option is MP,s do what they promised to do. However that's too big ask obviously


A thinly veiled threat of violence. Very democratic.

#we aren't far right we are ordinary working people

Posted by: EMP

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 04:22 PM

Or how about you vote again on the terms on leaving . Like mogg and all the brexiters said they would. Stan wants violence if you ask me, seems to love it.
Posted by: wilkij1975

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 04:36 PM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Well I have heard it all now.

We are all supposed to calm our language down say remain MP,s. Remain MP,s are concerned for their safety.

Here's a thought how about implementing the decision of the British people which you promised to respect, which you were voted in on a manifesto of respecting the result, a referendum you, yourselves authorised by 6 to 1

Instead they carry on plotting and changing the British consitution and rich business women and the elite funding court cases to trash the vote of millions of ordinary people

And you are surprised you idiots the nation is angry ! Believe me if you carry on your games don't be surprised if it gets angrier


To be fair they have a point. It’s ok to be angry and to not like what’s going on. But it’s not alright for MP’s to be or feel threatened or to have their family threatened. I don’t like them or like what’s going on as much as the next man but that stuff ain’t on. A lot of it is stoked by the MP’s themselves with the way they all act in parliament.
Posted by: lumba

Re: Angry Britain - 26/09/19 06:08 PM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
Well I have heard it all now.

We are all supposed to calm our language down say remain MP,s. Remain MP,s are concerned for their safety.

Here's a thought how about implementing the decision of the British people which you promised to respect, which you were voted in on a manifesto of respecting the result, a referendum you, yourselves authorised by 6 to 1

Instead they carry on plotting and changing the British consitution and rich business women and the elite funding court cases to trash the vote of millions of ordinary people

And you are surprised you idiots the nation is angry ! Believe me if you carry on your games don't be surprised if it gets angrier
There's gonna be alot of heavy sighing soon Stan,i can see it now,mark my words.
Posted by: Stanley Park

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 10:29 AM

I watched at least two hours of the Parliament debate on Wednesday. All this fuss about parliament must not be silenced. And what did they do ? Tear lumps out of one another for four hours like drunken football hooligans. Not one positive thing was agreed. And of course jo cox death being used to score cheap political points

What must the public make of that?

I agree MP,s should not be subject to violence however they really don't help themselves. The only way around this is for MP,s to do their job and implement what they promised to do over three years ago.

That is obvious to any reasonable person
Posted by: Shaggydog

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 11:01 AM

Originally Posted By Stanley Park
I watched at least two hours of the Parliament debate on Wednesday. All this fuss about parliament must not be silenced. And what did they do ? Tear lumps out of one another for four hours like drunken football hooligans. Not one positive thing was agreed. And of course jo cox death being used to score cheap political points

What must the public make of that?

I agree MP,s should not be subject to violence however they really don't help themselves. The only way around this is for MP,s to do their job and implement what they promised to do over three years ago.

That is obvious to any reasonable person


"I agree MP,s should not be subject to violence however they really don't help themselves".

"That is obvious to any reasonable person".

Quite an achievement to get these two sentences in the same post and think it is perfectly fine.

#we aren't racists we are characters.
Posted by: Markhutch1

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 12:12 PM

Good luck finding Jo Coxs "killer" in the prison system.

If you believe it from the pathetic crime scene and cover story then thats up to you.
Posted by: Shaggydog

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 12:22 PM

Originally Posted By Markhutch1
Good luck finding Jo Coxs "killer" in the prison system.

If you believe it from the pathetic crime scene and cover story then thats up to you.


Oh dear
Posted by: lumba

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 03:44 PM

Oh Hutch.
Posted by: wilkij1975

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 04:40 PM

He lightens the mood to be fair.
Posted by: Markhutch1

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 04:55 PM

Thanks mate.

I think its good to be red pilled on Koptalk.
Posted by: lumba

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 05:56 PM

Trust me Hutch, if there was that 'red pill' out there i would of found it,necked it and danced 12 hours on it by now.
Posted by: Pickles

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 08:41 PM

Don't worry the far left nazi's will make sure there's violence if they don't get their way over Brexit. The BBC and Soros and his NGO's have already started with their in the face fakeness to anybody who doesn't agree with their views...

Delingpole: Yet Again BBC Caught Promoting Left Wing Propaganda…

by JAMES DELINGPOLE - 18 Sep 2019


A Labour activist has ambushed Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson at a hospital and ranted at him about NHS cuts.
Using your skill and judgement see if you can spot the news story cunningly hidden in that sentence.

While you’re trying to work out, here is how the BBC promoted it:


BBC Politics
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@BBCPolitics
"There are not enough doctors, there are not enough nurses. The NHS is being destroyed, and now you come here for a press opportunity"

The father of a sick child confronts Boris Johnson on a visit to a London [url=hospitalhttp://bbc.in/30lDN2E][url=hospitalhttp://bbc.in/30lDN2E][url=hospitalhttp://bbc.in/30lDN2E]hospitalhttp://bbc.in/30lDN2E[/url][/url][/url]
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8:00 AM - Sep 18, 2019

And here is how the BBC’s political editor Laura Kuenssberg chose to spin it


Laura Kuenssberg
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@bbclaurak
Another very, very awkward encounter for PM - taken to task by a parent on a children’s ward in London where he says repeatedly the ‘NHS has been destroyed’ - Johnson like rabbit in headlights
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7:38 AM - Sep 18, 2019

Have you worked out where the news story is yet?

Ha ha. Fooled you! There is, of course, no news story here whatsoever. It’s what used to be known in the trade — in the days when the journalistic industry maintained professional standards — as a ‘dog bites man’ story.

That is, it is a story so predictable, so workaday, so commonplace that no self-respecting journalist or imprint or licence-fee-funded state broadcaster would waste time covering it.

How times have changed, eh?

These days you can scarcely move for stories on the BBC and its ideological soulmates Sky News and Channel 4 News about Boris Johnson being heckled and harangued by political activists who disagree with him.

The other day, it was the turn of some nonentity from Luxembourg to have a go.

Laura Kuenssberg
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@bbclaurak
Brexit: What does 'podiumgate' say about chances of a deal? - BBC News https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-49722762

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-49722762
Brexit: What does 'podiumgate' say about chances of a deal?

All right. So the nonentity in question – Xavier Bettel – happens currently to be Luxembourg’s Prime Minister. But, then in Luxembourg, pretty much everyone gets their turn sooner or later to be Prime Minister. We’re talking about a Duchy with a population of just 614,000 – so we’re looking at the equivalent, maybe, of the mayor of a medium-sized English city.

Would it be news if say, the mayor of Brighton organised a stunt designed to embarrass the Prime Minister?

Obviously not. No one cares what the mayor of Brighton thinks – if indeed that wind-farm blighted, seagull-infested, hellhole of woke even has a mayor.

And the same rule ought certainly apply to the Prime Minister of Luxembourg, a perfectly pleasant country – I went there for lunch once with my father and daughter during a tour of the Ardennes. It had a Sherman tank on a hill, leftover from the war. But that’s all I can remember – but not one that has made any significant contribution to Western Civilisation.

[Here is a list of the most famous people from Luxembourg. I guarantee you won’t have heard of any of them] https://www.ranker.com/list/famous-people-from-luxembourg/reference[quote][/quote]

Yet the BBC decided in its wisdom that this non-story was of such importance that it deserved its own ‘-gate’ suffix. Podiumgate, it called it – as if it were some kind of major scandal to rank with, say, Watergate or Climategate. Which it wasn’t.

With its most recent non-story, the one about the heckler in the hospital, the BBC has been made to look especially foolish because the heckler has been exposed as a Labour activist who worked for Labour shadow First Secretary of State Lady Nugee (Emily Thornberry).



But the BBC deserves no sympathy here. Even before the activist’s identity was revealed it was perfectly obvious to anyone with an ounce of sense that this was not some ordinary member of the public:

#Marcher
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@MarcherLord1

I'll give it 24hrs before @GuidoFawkes unmasks him as a Labour backed actor.#Marcher added,
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@BBCPolitics
"There are not enough doctors, there are not enough nurses. The NHS is being destroyed, and now you come here for a press opportunity"…
5:11 AM - 18 Sep 2019

How was it obvious? Because it’s what the BBC does (and what Sky News and Channel 4 News also do) all the time.

Sure it’s possible that on some occasions they are genuinely unaware that the father of a sick child/worried mum/anxious EU citizen worried about their residency status post-Brexit/food-bank-using nurse is a political activist and not a real person. But even when they’re not that’s still no excuse: left-wing protester harangues Conservative Prime Minister about their favourite left-wing protest topic is NEVER a news story because it’s a ‘dog bites man story.’ It doesn’t advance any objective narrative. It doesn’t tell us anything about anything that we couldn’t have already guessed. It doesn’t provide us with any cogent, worthwhile criticism of government policy.

It can be summed up in a classic English phrase, from the era when we were much more sensible about such matters:

“Well he would say that, wouldn’t he?”

What bothers me about this is the corrosive effect the constant drip drip drip of these leftist-biased non-stories has on our political culture.

Essentially, what it does is to shift the Overton Window relentlessly leftwards.

The BBC, Sky News and Channel 4 News – Britain’s three dominant TV news services – do not advertise themselves as left-wing media outlets. They purport to be more or less neutral. Yet when they run non-stories like these – as they frequently do – they are acting like left-wing propagandists.

Dangerously effective left-wing propagandists, too.

Boris Johnson, as we know, is famously averse to confrontation. He likes being liked. He is also quite sensitive, so his instinctive response when harangued by someone like the Labour activist pretending to be an ordinary member of the public is to furrow his brow, ‘um’ and ‘ah’ awkwardly, and wonder what he can do to avoid ever having to have such an encounter again – even, perhaps, to the point of deciding to spunk yet more taxpayers’ money up the wall propping up this moribund hangover from the Atlee era.

For Boris Johnson, see also: almost every right of centre politician in the country; almost every right of centre commentator in the country; almost every right of centre voter in the country.

Through its skewed reporting, what the BBC — and its leftist fellow-travellers Channel 4 News and Sky News — is doing is creating a media environment entirely inimical to conservative values and conservative thinking. This environment is designed to ensure that conservatives, classical liberals, libertarians, Brexiteers and so on are forever on the back foot – always being made to look as if they are on the wrong side of the argument because, hey, here’s another angry upset person on screen being angry and upset because people on the right just don’t care enough…

Listening to the squishier members of the conservative commentariat — my cucked chum Toby Young springs immediately to mind — you would imagine that this was just a mildly regrettable state of affairs which we have to accept because it was ever thus, and conservatives just have to work with the system as best they can.

I disagree.

The BBC is a blight on the body politic, a monstrous affront to democracy and a relentless betrayer of the people it is supposed, dispassionately and fairly, to serve.

Its left-biased influence on our political culture is not merely wrong but downright evil.

Permitting the BBC to carry on as it does with all its state-sanctioned (and anti-free market) privileges merely because that is how has always been is it is the equivalent of saying “Well why shouldn’t we have gone on letting Jimmy Savile sexually abuse corpses and underage kids? It’s just what Jimmy liked to do and always did do…”

I feel so strongly about this because I find it unforgivable that the interests of at least half the British population – and of quite possibly the majority of the British population – are being betrayed and ignored because politicians pay far, far too much attention to what the BBC et al are telling them to do and far too little to what British people would actually like them to do.

Can you imagine the BBC ever running a story about an angry taxpayer confronting a Conservative Prime Minister over the stupendous inefficiency of an archaic healthcare system which has some of the worst health outcomes in the Western world and badly needs reform?

Can you imagine the BBC ever running a story in which a worried Brexiteer confronts Boris over his fears that the Brexit he’s preparing to deliver won’t be hard enough?

You can’t. It would never happen.

Scrap the licence fee.
Posted by: lumba

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 09:33 PM

Good job you don't live here anymore then Pickles.
Posted by: Derek

Re: Angry Britain - 27/09/19 10:08 PM

And James Delingpole's Breitbart is a trustworthy source for an unbiased opinion eh?
your hypocrisy is hilarious.