Movin’ Out

8 01 2020

London





Cuck Island Votes Tomorrow

11 12 2019

London

I happen to think Boris Johnson is politically overrated, in terms of what I want and I know what most of you reading these words want.  I still can’t buy anyone who has been mayor of London in recent times truly wanting Brexit, even a non-hard variety.

But he should also not be underestimated.  His somewhat buffoonish persona and looks masks someone smart enough to drop the most obscure of Ancient Greek or Roman references on a whim.  As much as I’m partial to Nigel Farage, even he seems rather Lilliputian stacked against BoJo.  And don’t even think about schmuck Jeremy Corbyn.  Or whoever leads the Learning Disableds these days.  I think BoJo could beat back any major British political figure since Margaret Thatcher.

Plain words, I think tomorrow night will be rather short and drama-free, and have lots of good news for Britain’s blue team.

Complicating matters for Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party formally is that two elements that constituted wind to their backs and structural advantages back in May during the MEPs are going to turn right around and be wind to their faces and structural disadvantages tomorrow:  One, the MEPs are a proportional representation system, the D’Hondt Method, while British domestic elections are First Past the Post, and two, they only needed to be one trick ponies during the MEPs to finish in first place, but the politics of British domestic elections are forcing him and BP candidates to expound their positions on many issues, which will inevitably repel people, as opposed to a mere singular Brexit position.  That, and a vote for something like a Brexit Party is substantial in MEP cycles, but “wasted” in British domestic elections.

What will be new for me is that, in the past, because my time zone was six hours behind Britain, I could watch the results in the late afternoon through the evening.  Since I’m now an hour ahead of Britain, I’ll be finding out what unfolded when I wake up on Friday.





Water’s Edge

13 11 2019

London

UKDM:

Hillary Clinton is hit by claims that SHE is ‘interfering with UK politics’ by slamming government for delaying report into Russia doing the SAME thing until after the election (while plugging her new book)

(snip)

Hillary Clinton has slammed the ‘shameful’ delay in releasing a report probing Russian interference in British politics – but has been accused of interfering herself during a UK media blitz promoting her book today.

The former presidential candidate said she believes ‘every person who votes’ in the UK should see the document before Britain goes to the polls on December 12.

She said: ‘I’m dumbfounded that this Government won’t release the report about Russian influence. Because every person who votes in this country deserves to see that report before your election happens’.

The former presidential candidate spoke out while promoting her new book ‘Gutsy Women’ with her daughter Chelsea in a series of interviews across the BBC and ITV.

But some critics have questioned the timing of her own intervention ahead of a UK general election and accused her of trying to help Labour.

This has been on the tip of my tongue for awhile.

The same people who tell us that the economy is already global, praise popular culture for being global, and demand that populations be global, and would be happy with certain public affairs decision making mechanisms to be global, all of a sudden find their nationalism and say that domestic politics should be confined totally within borders.

Though that’s not really a hard one; You don’t need me, here.  But a hint if you’re lost:  Think of the criminal convicts who suddenly find religion in between the guilty verdict and the sentencing phase.

Postscript:  Whose husband was President in 1996 when the United States openly and brazenly affected the binary outcome of that year’s Russian Presidential election?





A Tiny Oral History of the Black Civil Rights Movement

12 08 2019

1940s: Lynching
1950s: Jobs
1960s: Housing
1970s: Schools
1980s: Crime
1990s: Affirmative Action
2000s: Mortgages
2010s: Police
2020s: Hair





Ironic Trolling At Its Finest

23 06 2019

Manchester, England

The original, at least before Zuckerbutt deletes it.

This kind of ironic trolling is even better than the It’s Okay to Be White signage.





Brexit Party, Explained

22 05 2019

London

The MEP elections will be held between tomorrow and Sunday, day varies by country.  Germany goes on Sunday, while the UK goes tomorrow.

The Brexit Party, i.e. Nigel Farage’s new cheering section, is most likely going to finish in first place, and may get an absolute majority.

But there are three sources of wind to his back:

(1)  Because Brexit is eventually supposed to happen, (in theory), this has created a disincentive for the “mainstream” parties and its voters from caring at all about UK MEP.  They have mentally checked out.  And to the extent that LibLabCon voters will show up, a significant percentage will vote for the Brexit Party, because they support and voted for Brexit.

(2)  MEP uses the D’Hondt Method for seat apportionment.  While it and a Mixed Member Proportional Representation (MMPR) system that Germany uses Federally and in most of the states are pretty similar, there are some slight differences.  However, either are way different than First Past the Post (aka Winner Take All), that the UK uses domestically.  Meaning that, unlike the UK’s domestic elections, there’s no actual or perceived “wasted political energy” in voting for a non-lamestream party in MEP elections in the UK.  Remember, the BNP had its greatest successes in the 2009 MEP.

(3)  With as badly as post-Farage UKIP is doing, it’s clear that UKIP was Farage and Farage was UKIP.  And likewise, Farage is the Brexit Party and the Brexit Party is Farage.  Really, Nigel Farage can draw a crowd wherever he is and whatever he’s doing, even if it’s just jugging tennis balls.

The reason for me pointing this all out is that all this wind to his back for MEPs is the same wind that will suddenly to be to his face when the UK holds its next domestic elections.  Meaning I don’t buy the conventional wisdom that Farage/BP doing outstandingly well tomorrow will automatically translate to him/it doing well the next time Westminster is up.  (Which may be sooner rather than later, from what I hear.)  Unlike here in Germany, where all parties credibly involved know that the results of Sunday portend for 2021, because D’Hondt and MMPR are so similar.  So much so that Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (“AKK”), whom Angela Merkel has turned over day-to-day control of the CDU’s functional operations as a political party, and would become Chancellor if the next elections result in a CDU-led coalition, has called for an emergency convention of the CDU next week after the MEPs.  Mainly because everyone knows the CDU will take a thrashing in the MEPs, compared to five years ago, and AKK has to find a way to stop the bleeding.  Probably massive cabinet reshuffling, and there’s even talk about Merkel retiring early to let AKK herself slide into Chancellor, though Chancellors’ mid-term retirements have never been a thing in German politics, like PMs’ mid-term retirements frequently happen over on Cuck Island.

Back to Farage, whatever momentum he draws from the results tomorrow, by itself, it means nothing for the next national elections.  That’s because it’s First Past the Post instead of any kind of proportional system, and motivated LD, Labour and Tories instead of dejected.  However, two things that are going for him on that end is that (A) the three lamestream parties are in the process of ripping themselves apart for various reasons, Brexit itself being one of them, and (B) the axiom that in the land of the blind, the man with one eye is king.  As of right now, and probably for the foreseeable near future, Nigel Farage is the only big name figure in British politics who can chew gum, hold his finger on his nose and walk in a straight line, all at the same time.

If a lot of stars line up in the right way, that straight line will be through the doors of Number 10.





Time Answers

4 03 2019

London

Aside from the fact that I think this research has correlation-causation problems, I do think that one of the fashionable theories listed here has been resolved in the long run.

All the theories about how the Queen had Princess Diana knocked off revolve around the idea that she didn’t want her at-the-time Arab boyfriend to have a conceivable claim to the throne.

Well, you can throw that all out the window now.  Because we know that the Queen doesn’t really care about such things.

Why not?

Look at how she and the whole Royal Family are gushing over Harry’s octaroon wife.





May’s Yesterday

17 01 2019

London

You’ve been reading this space long enough to know that what happened on Tuesday and yesterday was no surprise to me at all.  Theresa May really doesn’t want Brexit to happen, so she “negotiated” and submitted to Parliament a Brexit plan specifically designed to be rejected by the margin that it was for the reasons that it was, that Labour MPs wouldn’t vote for any Brexit plan, and around half of the Tories would vote against it because it’s such a weak pill and not really a Brexit at all.  I’m sure she figured that it would result in a no-confidence move against her government, but she probably figured she’d survive that because the Tories that voted no on her plan wouldn’t vote for a no-con measure and force new elections in a time which the political needle in Britain is moving Jeremy Corbyn’s way.

I will say that if this would have wound up toppling May, then it would have meant that Nigel Farage would have been the most influential British politician never to hold serious high public office, as the politics of Brexit, Brexit being his baby, have already consumed David Cameron, and would have then eaten May.





Blogmeister Vindication Service

10 12 2018

London;  Brussels

That’s what Earth circa current year is.

My prediction made two and a half years ago looks like it just got consummated.

Many of the British politicians “negotiating” Britain’s terms for Brexit never wanted it, Theresa May included.  That should have been everyone’s first hint, in case they didn’t predict what I did about two seconds after the BBC declared Brexit victorious in June 2016.





All Personal

4 12 2018

London

Boil everything down when it comes to both Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson to the rock bottom, and there are really no substantive political differences between them.

So the fallout and wreckage has nothing to do with substantive politics.

It has everything to do with Nigel being jealous that there’s someone in high level party leadership who is just as big of a star as himself, and also for the fact that Nigel thinks that Tommy is a little bit of a whack job, showboater and attention hog.





Take the Hint

31 07 2018

Manchester, England

UKDM:

…”For this man to have committed such an atrocity on UK soil after we rescued him from Libya was an act of utter betrayal”…





Tony’s Blur

18 07 2018

London

I predicted the moment after it was clear that Brexit was going to win, and come to think of it, that was more than two years ago now, as the Brexit vote was on June 23, 2016, the British political and media establishment would team up to delay, drag their feet, distract, confuse the issue, complicate the issue, until most of the Brexit-supporting sector of the public either got frustrated and/or quit paying attention, so that nobody would be mad when Brexit does not actually occur.

To wit, Tony Blair.

Contra, there isn’t actually any “confusion” here.  It’s just Blair and Remainers manufacturing confusion to muddy the waters in order to do what I just said, frustrate Leavers.





The Flight Not Taken

18 07 2018

London

Me, June 27:

My English lineage, coming from my father’s mother, is, unlike my other ethnic lines, very well documented going back a very long time, which is how I know my English is South Coast and Midlands, though in that case, the colonizing generations were much farther back than the immigrating generations in my German, Czech and Italian lines, meaning that confirmable distant cousins back in England are way more distant in terms of degrees.   In spite of that, I have no desire to visit Cuck Island/Ukistan anytime soon.  Our flight path took us over it on the way coming here and it will on the way going home, but that’s as close as I feel like coming to it.

To wit.

That’s one thing that just jumped out at me today about the massive epic voyage.  Because it was so long and involved so much that I might be coming up with new insights and realizations for years to come.  Just as research astronomers need decades to process all the data from an interplanetary mission.  What I realized today is that, while the Germans are probably more internally obsessed with soccer than the Brits, (Bundesliga’s average per-game stadium attendance is the second highest of any professional sports league in the world, second only to the NFL), they’re more reserved about it, and they take care not to be ostentatious about it.  Plain words:  German grown men aren’t running around in soccer jerseys.  The mystery meat?  Yeah, some of them do, because many of them have internalized globo-American-media “culture.”

Also haven’t you noticed that the British media-political establishment suddenly had no problem with people flying and waving St. George’s Cross?  It was fine to do that when it’s cheering for a collection of ball kickers that are almost half black.  Now that World Cup season is over and England didn’t win, we now return to regularly scheduled programming, St. George’s Cross is an evil symbol of hate.





On the Anti-Tommy Faction of the Alt-Right

30 05 2018

Luton, England

I am not ignorant of the anti-Tommy Robinson arguments that some of our favorite websites, blogs and nodes are advancing, because I thought of them myself.

The reason I can’t take them that seriously, even if they are bona fide, is that the bases of the their arguments aren’t the real reason why Cuck Island is persecuting him.  The integrity of the criminal trial proceedings?  That only seems to matter on Cuck Island when the defendants are non-white.  Tommy violated probation?  Smells like weak sauce.  Tommy’s an Alt-Lite Jew lover?  Yes, I know that, but they didn’t throw him in prison because he’s not precisely one of us.  Tommy only did this to be a narcissistic publicity hog?  Under the same reasoning, our favorite websites, blogs and nodes that happen to be advancing the anti-Tommy arguments are engaging in contrarian clickbait, so glass houses.





Hope Springs Delusional

19 05 2018

London

Today, a 15/16ths white woman married a white man who will never be king, thereby giving hope to black women everywhere around the world.





Day In Day Out

17 04 2018

London;  Stockholm

Each day l look at our sector’s news stories, and it’s nothing but the Humanitarian Stuporpower and Cuck Island in a fierce competition to out-stupid each other.





Correlation Causation Issues

12 04 2018

London

Let’s reason together, peanut gallery.

Starting…NOW.





Now You Know Why We Call It “Cuck Island”

10 04 2018

London





World War T vs #MeToo

10 01 2018

London

Daily Wire:

Ginuwine Accused Of Transphobia For Refusing To Kiss Trans Woman On Live TV

(snip)

This, for some reason, promoted Willoughby to grab Ginuwine’s neck and lean in for a kiss. Ginuwine appeared to be extremely uncomfortable at this moment and quickly pulled away.

Meaning the tranny committed sexual assault, under today’s standards.

Yet all we’re hearing about is Ginuwine’s transphobia.

I guess WWT > #MeToo on the progressivetard stack.





Correlation With Causation

15 12 2017

Article links on AR’s story haul back on Tuesday, these two are obviously juxtaposed:

Genius juxtaposition on the part of the AR editors, as far as I’m concerned.

Why?

As I wrote in the latter story’s thread:

Cluster, not coincidence.

“What are you thinking, QD?”

Long track Stockholm Syndrome.

In addition to the fact that a certain percentage of women really go in for audacious goons, especially ones like the Religion of Peacers who have quasi-official societal endorsement.

***





There’s a Joke Hiding In Here Somewhere

15 12 2017

London

I just can’t find it.

Incidentally, since I first read this article, and as you can see by looking at the source article, ABC changed the title.  The only reason I have this screencap is from one of the many YouTubers I’m subscribed to whose names I still don’t inherently remember.  Patience, Blogmeister, patience.

Remember, this is the same network that gave us the prime time drama Scandal.   Apropos of everything?





Subtraction Is Addition

26 11 2017

London

NBC:

Archbishop of Canterbury baffled by Christians who back Trump

England’s top religious authority, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said Sunday that he doesn’t understand why so many Christians in the U.S. support President Donald Trump.

The Most Reverend Justin Welby told ITV’s “Peston on Sunday” program that he “really genuinely” can’t comprehend why fundamentalists have provided such a strong base for Trump.

They were told for decades to drop the social issues, and in 2016, they did.

Simple math:

Religious right minus social issues equals populist-nationalist.





Quod Erat Imperium

9 07 2017

London

Me, June 23:

The brown horse is that the American Federal government is both the largest spending institution in the world in terms of raw currency amounts, and the seat of what we all have to admit if we’re honest with ourselves is a global empire. No, it’s not like the British Empire, one so neatly delineated and defined and you can see a map of the world circa 1900 or 1920 and London controls whatever is rose-colored, and a lot of it was rose-colored. The American empire operates behind pretense and soft power manipulation, all backed up by the insurance policy of the world’s most powerful military. For instance, a modern world map won’t indicate to you that the United Kingdom is an American client state…

Sunday Express (London), today:

British passengers to US could PAY MORE as White House seeks armed officers at UK airports

BRITONS travelling to the US could face higher air fares and extra security before boarding flights, under new plans.

The new plans are for the introduction of armed US immigration officers at UK airports.

The change would mean that transatlantic passengers would have to clear immigration before boarding an aircraft.

Airlines, under the plans, may be forced to pay for US security staff and their families to live in the UK.

It is likely that airlines would pass the extra costs on to passengers travelling from Britain to the US, according to reports.

Passengers would also be likely to be asked to arrive earlier at airports for flights because they would have to undergo questioning by US security in addition to usual checks.

The plans are being discussed in Washington and Whitehall, with officials understood to be negotiating over the practicalities.

QED.

Though in this case, the purpose is to cut off Mohammed at the pass, because the UK has so many citizens of either that name or that proclivity.  Of course, one of the main reasons that is the case at all is precisely because the UK is a client state of the Washington-led globo-diversicrat-parenthetical empire.

I understand that the NYPD has a unit that is permanently camped in Israel.





Black Lives Matter, Mate

26 06 2017

London

The Met, probably the most cucked and PC primary domestic patrol law enforcement agency on Earth, still somehow brutalizes black babies’ bodies.  At some point, dindus have to look at themselves in the mirror, or at their many IG selfies, and maybe figure that they themselves are the problem.  “I’m all right the world’s all wrong” only goes so far.





You Chose Diversity

19 06 2017

Glasgow, Scotland

Once upon a time, they asked us not to piss in the showers.  While the drains could handle it, doing so was considered poor form.

Then they asked us not to jack off in the showers.  Because the drains definitely cannot handle our jizz.

Turns out those were the good ole days.

Because Scotland chose diversity and multiculturalism, a supposedly top flight school in Glasgow now has to ask students and even staff not to shit in the showers.

Except…that’s the point.  You chose diversity, so you’re just going to have to deal with all that mess.  It won’t be long until complaining about shit in the showers will be “hate speech.”  Such as it is, just this e-mail from the school reminding students and staff not to shit in the showers is considered controversial.





Haven’t Seen You in a Minute

19 06 2017

London

The Islamophobic backlash everyone worries about but never seems to materialize has finally showed up.





Anyone Thinking Islam?

14 06 2017

London

Because it’s still Ramadanadingdoing, I think.

Then again, what suggests that this isn’t the seventh century death cult is that none of their goober groups have yet claimed responsibility.





Must Stop Meeting Like This

8 06 2017

London

I didn’t have to look at David Dimbleby once between May 2010 and May 2015.  Now, I’ll be looking at him for the second time in the time period I was hoping I didn’t have to see him at all, and overall for the third time in three current years.  He anchored Brexit vote coverage for the BBC last year at about this time, and because of the April May June stunt, he’ll be anchoring the coverage for the snap general election tonight on the BBC.  He’s already 78, so one can only hope he’ll retire before the May 2020 elections.

I’m really interested to see how UKIP will fare today.  The successful Brexit vote last year, and Theresa May actually following through, would point to the rug being pulled out from under it, and most UKIP voters slithering to the Tories.  But, with the Religion of Peace being so peaceful in the last few weeks, and May’s idiocy in response, (“it’s the internet’s fault”), that could be a vector that works in the opposite direction, that moves voters from Tories to UKIP while at the same time minimizing UKIP to Tory movement over Brexit.

I’ll update this post through the late afternoon and evening, and consider this the British election open thread.

4:06 PM

Polling and exit polling are all over the place, ranging from Tory+50 to Tory-15, if the Tories come under 326 seats, then it’s a hung parliament.  Right now they have 330.

4:51 PM

If this stunt winds up blowing up in Theresa May’s face, then in retrospect, then everyone should have been able to see it coming.  She was banking on riding on the backs of the politics of the Brexit vote, when there was a different political dynamic at work there than there are in conventional parliamentary electoral politics.  May guessed that since Brexit won in a lot of marginal to fairly solid Labour constituencies in England, that meant the Tories could pick them off in a snap election with Brexit fresh on voters’ minds.  Plain words, May doesn’t seem to be getting the post-Brexit vote credit for Brexit.  Which makes sense, because from what I remember, she was a mild opponent of Brexit.

5:04 PM

Newcastle Central was the first constituency to declare, when one on Sunderland is usually the first.  Labour had a substantial gain, the Tories a noticeable gain, while UKIP had a substantial loss.  The seat is a safe Labour seat.

5:14 PM

The one in Sunderland that usually declares first has just declared.  UKIP collapsed, but this time, the Tories gained more than Labour, even though the seat is safe Labour.  I think the sum total of the two constituencies that have declared so far is going to be the story of the night insofar as UKIP is concerned — Brexit made UKIP redundant, and the Tories and Labour will about evenly harvest the dividends from the outpouring away from UKIP.  Just as UKIP itself two years ago drew blood about evenly from the Tories and Labour, and a bit from the LDs.

6:34 PM

Now I’m starting to hear the noise of “Brexit may have to be delayed if May or whoever replaces her as PM if she steps down doesn’t have an absolute Tory majority behind her, because we don’t need a weak government slash hung parliament negotiating for Britain.”  How convenient.  It’s like I said about Brexit after the Brexit vote:  In spite of the vote, IBIWISI, and that the political establishment would find 50 million different excuses to delay or drag their feet, hoping that it will drift off people’s minds, as people have a short attention span anyway, and nobody will suffer any consequences, and nobody will care, when it dawns on everyone that Brexit hasn’t formally happened and won’t.

8:07 PM

About an hour ago, I started to think that Theresa May did this all deliberately to sabotage Brexit.  And, Nigel Farage is dog whistling that same accusation.

8:27 PM

The Scottish National Party (SNP) is also having a bad night.  Tonight might well be the Waterloo for both the SNP and UKIP.  Maybe I’m being a Polyanna, but this very well could open up a lane for a renewal of the BNP.

8:48 PM

Remember Nick Clegg?  In 2010, his visage was Obamaized in the famous “HOPE” poster.  Tonight, he lost his constituency to Labour.

9:32 PM

UKIP has lost its only seat to the Tories.  Which, considering how the night was going before now, was predictable.

10:30 PM

The way a lot of people are talking, there was a lot of serious political talk about both a second Scottish independence referendum and a second Brexit referendum.

10:39 PM

I wrote off Jeremy Corbyn as a nut, and he might still be.  But it turns out he’s a more wily and clever campaigner and flesh-pounder than anyone gave him credit for being.

11:00 PM

Tories have 288 seats, 38 short of a majority, 53 left to declare.  Nigel Farage is now making noises about getting back into politics somehow.

I must surrender to the sandman now, so we’ll see what things look like in the morning.

Friday 7:35 AM

Tories finish with 319, a loss of 11.  The Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party, always allied with the Tories, will add its numbers to give the Tories a functioning majority, and it’s said that this won’t knock Brexit off its perch.

No IA&Bs about it, yesterday was a disaster for Theresa May.  When she called this snap election, she was fully electing the Tories to get at least 400 seats.

8:00 AM

Yeah, we know, you’re gloating.  And also, homosexuality is implicit whiteness.

Really though, British nationalism wasn’t a jumping scene even before Brexit.

I will have to confess that yesterday, as a surprise extra date on the 2016-2017 Kek World Tour, was never going to be a good one for the Alt-Right, no matter which way you slice it.

8:39 AM

Of course I think UKIP is better off with Nigel Farage running it.  But I don’t think that would have made yesterday turn out any differently for UKIP.  What killed UKIP yesterday was that Brexit made UKIP obsolete.

Sunday 7 PM

Well well well.  Looks like somebody’s cynicism has just been vindicated.

Monday 10 AM

Funny how that works.





The Lyda Krewson of Britain

5 06 2017

London

Theresa May.

What do I mean by that?

When problematic minority groups get in an especially peaceful mood, they, along with many others, point the fingers at distractions and diversions, so we don’t think about the problematic minority groups.

When it’s black crime in St. Louis, Lyda bawks about the cops not being paid enough and century-old statues.

Meanwhile, when it’s the Religion of Peace in London and Manchester, Theresa May blames the internet.

And she wonders why she and her party are tanking in the polls.  Oh yeah, that’s coming up soon, and that cute little gamble of hers (“April May June”) could very well blow up in her face just like a Religion of Peace bookbag.

Anyway, back to the point, we know May is right, because the internet helped the spread of the Umayyad Caliphate, and later the Ottoman Turks.





Lather Rinse Repeat

3 06 2017

London

Twitter hashtags.

Flowers and teddy bears.

Candle light vigils and lighted buildings.

Fret about backlash.