Monday, November 30, 2009
The Independent will have the full results in tomorrow's edition, but read a summary from here.
The only hope for the country is a Labour defeat in the General Election, the best hope for a Labour defeat requires a Tory party split or a dumping of the shallow and untrustworthy David Cameron and his bunch of ineffectual lightweights.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
From The Sunday Times,which report may be read in full from here.
Fair enough, I suppose, for an old school buddy of Vapid, advising on imaginary or fantasy green issues. BUT there can be no justification for Zac Goldsmith to be a Prospective Parliamentary Candidate as well, one presumes from the infamous and shameful 'A' list.
Monied cronies, such as this should be elevated to the House of Lords, like that other supporter of the increasingly clearly quite odious Dave Cameron , namely Lord Ashcroft. In such a manner their cronyism can be borne as a badge, warning the decent ordinary public and voters of their solied purchasing power!
Saturday, November 28, 2009
A good analysis of the latest YouGov polling results which now have the Tories consistently below 40%.
It all boils down to the Lisbon treachery of course, read the comment concerned from here.
After that poll we now have the Lord Pearson rejected deal coverage all over the media all day today. 50 UKIP seats could now be realistic!!
The Times has a report that Lord Pearson offered Cameron through Tory Leader in the House of Lords, Lord Strathclyde, a deal on a referendum on the EU that could have saved the sovereignty AND democracy of Britain, or laid the blame and responsibility for their loss clearly at the feet of the electorate.
Cameron, EU lackey that he is, did not even have the courtesy to offer a reply. If no senior resignations from the Conservatives follow this weekend, especially following the later clarification given by Lord Pearson on the Today programme just now, then the Tories deserve no votes at the next election.
Friday, November 27, 2009
The verdict of a prominent Conservative Council Leader on the Shadow Cabinet, read here.
Clearly the public agrees, three council seats were lost by the Tories this week.
UKIP has a new leader tonight..... will he inject some professionalism into the party organisation or flounder like the Conservative Party?
Sunday, November 22, 2009
Eric Pickles, Conservative Party Chairman and Dictator was a Commie!
The report in the Sunday Times concerning the extreme left wing past of the present moronic Conservative Party Chairman surprises me not one jot!
The reduction of the Conservative Party lead to 6 points over Labour (37% to 31%) as reported in The Observer, also comes as no surprise.
The poll plunge will no doubt continue following Cameron's assertion on the Andrew Marr Show this morning that staying within the EU is one of his basic beliefs. More on that in my blog Ironies Too later today.
On Ukip Uncovered, here, I suggest a solution to the nation's ills.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Listen to the broadcast where Cameron's Party Chairman tries to defend his odious rule which was at 0713 on the Radio 4 Today programme from this link.
In view of the polls the greatest danger now facing the country is Cameron's Conservative Party preparing to accept EU rule under this dreadful advertising man who has not one conservative principle in his make-up. Consider his side-kicks in the party Pickles and Ashcroft, are the shire constituency members or Turnip Taleban as they have been dubbed, really to vote for their imposed candidates?
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
"We need to use the state to remake society." David Cameron, quoted from his speech this evening on Conservative Home.
Andrew Marr and William Hague were jesting about "proconsuls"on Sunday morning, perhaps this is the reason a transcript of the interview has yet to appear on the BBC website. I had been thinking it was as a result of the grilling given Hague by Marr on Ashcroft's tax payments, residency status and promotion prospects together with Hague's disgraceful replies.
Some Conservatives are they not these two? One promoting state interference at every level of society for that is the essence of Cameron's extraordinary speech tonight, while his Deputy, on Sunday, seemed to suggest that whether or not UK taxes were properly paid was a matter of zero concern for a future Foreign Secretary!!
Saturday, November 07, 2009
The Daily Mail, November 6, 2009
Betraying the Crown
THE Tories are promising a ‘referendum guarantee’ on all future transfers of power to Brussels. If a future government tries to transfer further competences from Britain to the EU, a national referendum would be required by law before it could be ratified. Have they not read the Treaty of Lisbon?
Article 47 gives the EU as a whole a legal personality, so the EU itself can ‘speak with one voice’ to ratify any future treaties on behalf of all 27 countries. This includes the power to go to war.
In the UK, to date, for many things, including the decision to fight wars or to ratify treaties, our Government uses the Royal Prerogative on behalf of the British Crown.
The power of the Crown is held in trust by the executive and passed on to the next government. Article 47 of the Lisbon Treaty means our Government has handed over the Royal Prerogative to foreigners.
Yet the power of the British Crown is the ultimate authority – or sovereignty – behind Parliament, so it is not in the power of the government to give away the Royal prerogative to anyone – and certainly not to foreigners.
By this action, not only our Government, but also the Crown, has been made subservient to the EU.
EU treaties are designed to be permanent, so given that the EU is planning for the next 50 years, the gift of the Royal Prerogative is one which cannot be taken back.
I believe this gift was not in the power of Ministers and that they could, at a future date, be held guilty of sedition against the state.
Is that clear enough for the Tories?
Wolverhampton, West Midlands
Thursday, November 05, 2009
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
As President Klaus has now signed the Lisbon Treaty and William Hague has confirmed his treachery be appearing on TV to announce there will be no referendum in the UK; we now wait for Dave Cameron tomorrow to confirm all this blog has always leveled at him, since the first moment his name first appeared as a likely contender for the Conservative Party leadership. Read the blog archives to find pretty well every scathing attack on this spineless man which the decent English vocabulary permits.
Now the test is for all other true conservatives and democrats.
We must wait for Cameron's speech before being able to finally judge, how many MP resignations or party whip withdrawals will follow? I bet none!
Sunday, November 01, 2009
Yesterday The Independent newspaper returned to the topic of Lord Ashcroft, descibed as the majority shareholder of the blg Conservative Home by that blog itself. One comment to that article on his Lordship was as follows: