Mayors and other destructive creatures

In the light of NYC, Seattle, other cities, the worst having the utterly incompetent and dangerous Lori Lightfoot, there is also this one:

‘Sanctuary City’: Mayor of Bristol Calls on Locals to Host Migrants in Their Homes

And this one across the channel:

Calais Mayor: Stopping Illegal Boat Migrants Is Declaration of ‘Maritime War’

Which is not a long way from the judicial branch determining national policy through such groups as Ninth Circuit and even through the casting vote on SCOTIS – the egregious Roberts.

And Khan.

Obvious questions include how the hell did they get into those roles, how can they be removed and how can the situation be prevented from repeating itself?

Short answer is no one was watching. Why not? Because the MSM was colluding in either not reporting it or relegating it to the middle pages.

You might think the solution to that is to buy Private Eye or similar but those end up being leftwing too, highly selective. You might think that Spitting Image is the way to go but then realise that it syopped when Blair came along and is now only reappearing with the Tory branch of the Uniparty in power.

These bstds, all of them, have the game sewn up and yoof in their pocket.

7 comments for “Mayors and other destructive creatures

  1. microdave
    August 13, 2020 at 10:53 am

    “Obvious questions include how the hell did they get into those roles”

    Bristol is one of this lot:

    And although their main focus appears to be Climate Change, scrolling to the bottom of the page, and looking at “Partners”, you’ll find “United Cities and Local Governments”:

    On their site is a section about Migration:

    Apparently there’s a “Global Compact on Migration”, which talks about “Rights-based approaches and the involvement of all governments are advances for the recognition and guarantee of migrants’ rights and the involvement of local governments in the governance of migration

    I think that gives you an answer. As for “How can they be removed and how can the situation be prevented from repeating itself?” – Short answer: They can’t…

  2. August 13, 2020 at 11:11 am

    And legislation to Enforce ‘respect’ for them.

  3. Ed P
    August 13, 2020 at 2:41 pm

    I would expect future generations to look back at 2020 and declare it the year Western societies began their (no so long) decline to eventual extinction. Most civilizations throughout known history have ended in similar ways.

    These are just a few of the contributory factors in no particular order:
    Gender politics
    Rise of Islam (& the decline of Christianity), hence religious intolerance
    Silly ideas, like the EU
    Most media controlled by biased, one-sided politics.
    Climate nonsense
    The devaluation of all fiat currencies.
    Tariff wars
    Water scarcities
    Food shortages (especially in sub-Saharan Africa, where populations are expected to triple in only 20 years)

    • microdave
      August 13, 2020 at 6:46 pm

      “Climate nonsense”

      But “The Science is Settled!” – Except when the subject of Covid is concerned….

      “The devaluation of all fiat currencies”

      Nope, they’ll just rust away (like all Fiats)…

      • Ed P
        August 13, 2020 at 7:51 pm

        I left out a ban on facetious comments – you’ll be one of the first up against the wall when the thought police arrive!

  4. Valentine Gray
    August 13, 2020 at 7:53 pm

    I am coming to believe there are no real laws only “EMOTIONS” and those are used by the media and its masters, just read a horrific story of a gruesome murder and right next to that story are pictures of a female and her poo carrier and boobs jutting out, which are supposed to do what??, no wonder most of the population are simpleminded mask wearers who believe you need a test to see if you are ill.

  5. August 13, 2020 at 10:56 pm

    Fiat Panda economy … mind boggles.

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