5 comments for “How?

  1. Valentine Gray
    April 7, 2019 at 8:34 pm

    It is my view that the police are terrified at what is coming down the line, its the BREXIT TRAIN and they will not be able to control what is going to happen when it smashes through the buffers at Westminster Central. The provocation the lesser British mortals are suffering from such as the abuse for being a patriot, rightly fearing mass immigration and in particular those whose culture is rooted in superstition and the Monolithic straight jacket of the EU.. One may look at the leaking roof in the Commons as an OMEN was it leaking or was the soul of the Commons weeping at the TRASH within its hallowed walls.

    • Pcar
      April 8, 2019 at 12:47 am


      My mother’s thought was the water raining down in HoC was God’s signal to MPs to leave their “safe space” and obey the people’s mandate. Same had occurred to me.

  2. Errol
    April 7, 2019 at 8:44 pm

    How did we get into this state? The infiltration of the state by parties with an agenda aided and abetted by the state machine.

    A complete lack of democratic control over the political class is the root of the problem. Why – in the name of trousers – was Miliband allowed to pass the climate change act when she lumps his costs on us? Why was Mandelson, who obviously took bribes for legislation allowed into government? Why was his conflict as a commissar not grounds for his immediate imprisonment for corruption and fraud?

    Then there’s May refusing stop and search because a bunch of Lefties got annoyed that black kids were being stopped and searched – despite that demographic being the one doing all the knifing? The Left like feeling self righteous. The death toll and body count don’t matter. That’s the problem with the police, a refusal to sodding well obey and promotion based not on merit, but a few certificates.

    Then there are ‘charities’, like that useless one run by Batmangelig or whatever her name is. Obviously on the take. Why do such exist? The state already has a massive department with people paid to do those jobs.

    Then we have schools. Schools fining parents for taking children out of school. Frankly, that’s absurd. It is the parent’s responsibility and right to ensure their child is educated. The school loses nothing, it’s just punitive. OK, it stops parents emptying the school but that’s tough. It’s just not the school’s right.

    Combine all these things and you have a bully. A thug. Until we control the entire thing, sacking when we want, controlling pay when we want the state will remain a thug.

    • Pcar
      April 8, 2019 at 12:49 am

      Autocratic, bully, thug Gov’t & Police in UK – yes. Fascist?

  3. mona
    April 8, 2019 at 8:55 am

    “MAY”, Queen of the Psychopaths , “Piss Taker par excellence”, hates everyone, loves everyone, sees the world through her husbands Arse

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