Over at our place, I ran a post on Peterborough, trying to get a line on what the place is like and various comments came in, also emails.

These were the 2017 results:

We know the 2019 results and it was a case of Labour had it, early Millennium, then Tory, Tory again, then this criminal took it last time in ’17.

To help understand the demographics, comments included:

# Google: Peterborough Mosque. Click on images. Click on map. You now know everything you need to know about Peterborough.

# BP no chance (postal voting by heads of household).

# Round about early 2000s nearly 25% of the pupils in [one teacher’s] class were immigrants whose first language was Urdu. Don’t know the numbers of other groups arriving since then but there are areas of P/boro now where the wise do not venture.

OK, now look at these two:

This is the one which really bought my eye [sic]:

Looking through that, we have this place called Millfield, apparently a hotbed of crime:

Ok, so what we seem to have here is yet another English urban area overrun by the worst imported elements, to add to the homegrown worst elements. I saw pictures on the crime page, most were our dear foreign cousins who’d be well disguised at night, also some local lads with cruel eyes and viciousness in mind.

Up where we are, it’s quite weird – don’t know why but it’s still English. My surmise is that alien elements would not survive long among our own thugs and maybe drugs are also a big issue around here, don’t know. But we don’t have the invasion issue on top of that, which seems to have swamped Yorkshire and the south-east.


Back to Peterborough, it does seem typical urban area now – heavily fraudulent Labour further in, tribal, head of household does the twenty or so votes, maybe Labour does the Dem trick of dead people voting, can’t say. Tory fraud, e.g. South Thanet and then the regulators like the EC – they seem to be the issue elsewhere.

I’m not so sure the BP man will take it overall but against that, the Labour woman does not look any too prepossessing, they clearly didn’t want a Cortez floozy in there, more like an Emily whatsername – well fed and hating white vans.

Sooooo, popcorn in, chaps and chapesses, ready to watch the drama unfold.

Peterborough – what a place to live, eh?

10 comments for “Peterborough

  1. May 28, 2019 at 10:54 am

    Just a couple more thoughts – the ones I feel sorriest for are the good migrants who did it the right way, went through the process, were employed, wanted nothing more than to quietly assimilate, bringing colourful culture as well, good culture, not in a ghetto way, then along came the riff-raff, courtesy of the political class and there we were.

    The other thing is that Them will be working hand in glove with the riff-raff to ensure the BP can’t possibly win, even if they need to kill Nige in an aircrash.

    This is shaping up a bit like the Donald’s 2020 run. Hope he’s not forgotten to register or something silly like that.



  2. Mark in Mayenne
    May 28, 2019 at 11:32 am

    I’m sure we can rely on the electoral commission to ensure the the elections are both free and fair.

    Can’t we?

  3. Valentine Gray
    May 28, 2019 at 1:22 pm

    This election is going to be very interesting, self flagellation by Cons and Labour is truly inspiring, the decks have really been cleared but there is still plenty of wildlife roaming free so lets see if there is interference like Tommy Robinson suffered.

  4. May 28, 2019 at 2:44 pm

    I’d say there’s most certainly going to be foul play.

  5. woodsy42
    May 29, 2019 at 12:10 am

    The real government & elites dare not allow TBP to win Peterborough. If TBP were to win it would legitimise them as the major party for the next general election.

  6. Pcar
    May 29, 2019 at 12:36 am

    I ran a post on Peterborough, trying to get a line on what the place is like



    Peterborough EU election results


    You stupid people. You got it wrong again. You were supposed to vote for candidates determined to stop Brexit, or at least stay at home and leave Britain’s future to the experts.

    What the hell did you think you were doing voting for that dreadful fascist Farage person and his raggle-taggle gang of Trumpist racists, Russian stooges and rabid Little Englanders?

    Sorry, but you needn’t think this changes anything. Just because a third of you supported the Brexit Party, it doesn’t mean you’re going to get Brexit.

    Actually, we’ve done the sums and worked out that most people want to Remain.

    Stands to reason. Add up the Greens, the Lib Dems and the Scotch Nuts and, er, the Tories and Labour, and there’s a clear majority for staying in the EU.

    You can keep on voting until you get it right. Or you get so bored that you forget all about Brexit. Then we can go back to fiddling our expenses and no one will be any the wiser.

    Anyway, in the meantime we can stretch out the Tory leadership election for three or four months, while we work out how to stop Boris.

    Is there much more of this?

    Forgive me, but this is what most of the post EU-election commentary amounted to yesterday. Just because you’re paranoid, and all that.

    It was almost as if Thursday’s vote had never happened. You wouldn’t have thought that Farage’s Brexit Party had gone from 0-32 per cent in six weeks from a standing start.

    If this had been Top Gear, Jeremy Clarkson would have hailed him as the best ever Star In A Reasonably Priced Car.

    Instead, pundit after pundit was wheeled onto the BBC and Sky to rubbish the result.

    It’s as if you’d just watched Manchester City win the Cup Final 6-0, only to have Gary Lineker and Alan Shearer insist that although City managed to put the ball into the back of the net half a dozen times, the real winners were Watford.

    Haughty snob Emily Wossname, Islington’s own Lady Muck, managed to claim preposterously that the outcome of the election justified holding a second referendum, to give all those misguided, knuckle-dragging scumbags ‘Oop North’ the opportunity to change their minds. What makes her think that’s going to happen any time soon?

    In case she missed it, pro-Remain parties were monstered everywhere outside London and Scotland. Brexit topped the poll in Wales, once the most rock-solid Labour region of the kingdom….

    Yep, that sums up BBC/C4, MSM, Lib, Lab, Con “elite”

  7. Pcar
    May 29, 2019 at 12:38 am


    Bin duties

  8. Pcar
    June 4, 2019 at 2:15 am

    Peterborough by-election, Thursday 6 June

    Nigel Farage: Peterborough by-election result could be ‘even bigger’ than EU elections

    You have to vote Brexit Party, warts & all

    Vote Brexit Party

    Anyone have a link to Starkey talk GB refers to?

  9. Pcar
    June 4, 2019 at 2:18 am

    Peterborough by-election, Thursday 6 June

    The Brexit Party machine in action

    Nigel Farage on Brexit, Trump and the Tories – 3m 17s

    Good points made; especially on PM May “ordering” Trump not to meet Farage (and it appears BoJo)

    Vote Brexit Party on 6 June

  10. Pcar
    June 6, 2019 at 1:36 am

    Labour fields anti-Semitic candidate in Peterborough by-election

    Piers Morgan, if you see this raise it on Question Time on Thursday:

    …The Labour candidate for tomorrow’s Peterborough by-election, Lisa Forbes, is certainly not letting her side down when it comes to recycling anti-Semitic conspiracy theories. Her social media history epitomises the love-in between Labour and Islamists.

    Forbes has a penchant for Islamist conspiracy theories and has fallen for the propaganda that Muslims are victims of ‘Zionists’. She liked a Facebook post claiming that Theresa May has a ‘Zionist Slave Masters agenda ‘ and she supported another post which said the CIA and Mossad created Isis. Anti-Semites like to use the word Zionists as a euphemism for Jews in a misguided attempt to justify their racism.

    Just as worrying is her comment that ‘so much that trys (sic) to divide us, but there is far much more that unites us.’ The Nazis were also fond of accusing Jews of divisive behaviour…

    Why Piers? All the others will ignore it.

    Vote Brexit Party – Make Britain Great Again

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