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The Prime Minister is just so vile

On Monday I watched (via the wonders of television) the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Mrs May, visiting the Prime Minister of Canada.

Mrs May declared that what she had in common with the Prime Minister of Canada (the “shared values” between the United Kingdom and Canada) were a belief in the use of the power of international government to “empower women” (i.e. stupid Frankfurt School of Marxism stuff – which Mrs May is too ignorant to know is from the Frankfurt School of Marxism), and the desire to work with internet companies to stamp out “hateful” and “extreme” “opinions” – in short the same Fascist (and I mean the word “Fascist” literally – government getting private companies to help crush dissent) agenda Mrs May has had since she was Home Secretary. And if anyone things the target of this censorship campaign will be Islam they are a fool – the target is far more likely to be (indeed already is) people who OPPOSE Islam, which Mrs May (like the demented Prime Minister of Canada) thinks is a “religion of peace”, “distorted” by a few “extremists”.

The one advantage of having Mrs May (this tin pot Fascist – who also takes on board Cultural Marxism stuff without even knowing what it is) as the unelected Leader of the Conservative Party was that, for some bizarre reason, she was supposed to be popular with the voters – the General Election exposed that spin as a lie, a massive lie. Mrs May barely held off the Marxist Labour Party (John McDonnell and co). and it is not astonishing that she failed so badly – as the Conservative Party Manifesto language exposed the fact that Mrs May has nothing but hatred and contempt for people who actually believe in LIBERTY. The lady, and her “bring the country together” allies, offered no alternative vision to Mr Jeremy Corbyn, just mental confusion and (to use her own favourite word) a “nasty” manner. Mr Corbyn, although I hate to admit it, has some personal charm – Mrs May has none, the person comes over as lecturing, arrogant, patronising and (above all) ignorant. Most ordinary voters can not stand the sight or sound of Mrs May – she sucks all the energy out of a room leaving everyone in despair at her failure to inspire them.

I despise this person, Mrs May, and yet I am committed (by party loyalty) to not denounce her in public – although, as I am a nobody, it would not matter if I did denounce her – it would only harm me to do so, not her. Perhaps I am as a big a hypocrite as Mrs May herself – who uses the Times newspaper to attack her own Foreign Secretary for the terrible crime of saying we should stop giving the European Union money when we leave it.

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35 comments to The Prime Minister is just so vile

  • Chip

    How did a dim, hectoring authoritarian become leader of a party that is supposed to be an alternative to the dim, hectoring authoritarians that are the Labour Party?

    The worrying answer is that both parties shifted leftward, with Labour now Hugo Chavez without the beret and the Tories where Labour used to be.

    The only thing she has going for her is that she’s not Justin Trudeau, the clueless former substitute drama teacher.

  • Bruce

    Don’t hold back: Tell us how you REALLY feel about this person.

  • Nicholas (Unlicenced Joker) Gray

    Gosh! May has never said anything bad about YOU!

  • Julie near Chicago

    I’d swear I recognize that voice…. 😆

  • RAB

    Here’s what happened Chip. She was in a Cabinet meeting, felt the call of nature, excused herself, and when she came back found that all her rivals (after iDave’s resignation) had all suddenly stabbed themselves in the back and she was now the accidental leader. Golly! what am I going to do now? She exclaimed. What indeed. Make a bleedin balls up of it basically.

    So now we have two “accidental” leaders of our two main parties. Corbyn was only nominated as a joke… well nobodies laughing now are they? If he can ignore a vote of no confidence 182 to 40 against he can ignore anything can’t he? And given the snowflake generation may actually win the next election. God help us all!

    I smell the mark of the Sage of Kettering on this post, by the way. 😉

  • bobby b

    “I’d swear I recognize that voice…. “

    I didn’t even know Boris Johnson blogged here. 🙂

  • Schrodinger's Dog

    Chip, you wrote: “The worrying answer is that both parties shifted leftward, with Labour now Hugo Chavez without the beret and the Tories where Labour used to be.” Nailed it.

    I’m curious how Prime Minister May – and other western leaders – can be in favour of female empowerment and unlimited Islamic immigration. Surely it’s one OR the other. If you doubt that, witness the large number of burqua-clad women to be seen on the streets of London.

    Finally, I think it’s becoming increasingly clear that internet censorship, aided and abetted by the likes of Google, is coming. To get round this, we need to get out knowledge of technologies to avoid it: VPNs, also the Dark Net and how to safely navigate it.

  • I smell the mark of the Sage of Kettering on this post, by the way. 😉

    I had to check the byline twice…

    As to May, the one silver lining is that once she messes up brexit her political career will be done.

  • Renminbi

    ” lecturing, arrogant, patronizing and ignorant”. Sounds like Obama to me

  • Julie near Chicago

    RAB, I think you have a very good nose for voices. :>))

  • Mr Ed

    This author can’t be who some suspect, as I see no typos, and the word ‘accept’ does not appear. Nor is there any mention of the Economist or a 19th Century German philosopher now more obscure than a distant star over Manchester one gloomy November night, but whose radiant evil still echoes around the skies.

    Mrs May is in fact a female Jim Hacker from Yes, Minister, who got the top job by default as rivals faltered, but who has some positive beliefs about extinguishing liberty, which her officials and flunkeys have no problem using to their own ends.

    Mr Corbyn has the charm of a tweedy Geography teacher in a grim Comprehensive school, who only gets excited, after a few pints of real ale at a Folk festival, when he gets onto the subject of Collectivisation and Stalin’s Terror Famines.

    It is not entirely correct that no one liked Mrs May, before the General Election, in a very rare interview, she was praised to the skies by the singer Kate Bush, and how Mrs May fell from those Wuthering Heights.

  • Tomsmith

    Mrs May is serving the cause of liberty by being totally useless and utterly, transparently evil.

  • Mr Ecks

    The Fish Faced Cow was bad news from the start.

    She turned the Home Office into a Marxist-feminist circus, pumping the Jimmy Saville nonsense ( which will, mark my words, be exposed as nonsense once the hysteria cools in 25 years time just as happened with the “Satanic panic”– a Marxist feminist/born-again Xtian nutcase co-production) into a series of show trials. Most of which failed and needed the CPS to bring in their top female creeps to stitch up Rolf Harris. Large numbers of ordinary men have been likewise railroaded since–which was the aim all along. Thus the public failure of Operation Yewtree has been made into a private success for Marxist feminist evil.

    May herself showed the utter depths of her marx-sucking stupidity with the Viet girls piffle she spewed in the HoC.

    It was beyond question that she would be a terrible PM and while the election result was nasty, it was no surprise to anyone who had followed her antics for a while.

    Anyone looking at her vacuous mug and dead fish eyes would have no trouble spotting the evil –and above all–thick bitch for the walking scum-zone disaster she is.

  • Ljh

    The Conservative Party used to be good at political assassination. I do hope they’re sharpening their knives now before she totally wrecks Brexit, civil liberties, freedom of speech, Islamophobia….

  • bobby b

    Schrodinger’s Dog
    September 20, 2017 at 2:13 am

    “I’m curious how Prime Minister May – and other western leaders – can be in favour of female empowerment and unlimited Islamic immigration.”

    Because the ruling progressives of all Western parties consider Muslims, like blacks, to be pets and possessions, and not people.

    Just as they’ve used black people as props and virtue-signifiers and totems to demonstrate their own goodness while not only disregarding the blacks’ welfare but actually causing them long-term harm, they now use Muslims. They have no interest in helping either group – they’re just grateful that they’re there to be stood upon when needed.

    Helping “women” doesn’t mean helping all women – just women of their own group. They are actually the most racist of all of the groups of rulers in history.

  • EdMJ

    …her “bring the country together” allies…

    her “bring the country down, together” allies <– Fixed it for you.

    Anyone looking at her vacuous mug and dead fish eyes

    That’s being a bit harsh on fish don’t you think?

    I prefer to think of her as Darth May. Can anyone here actually remember seeing her and Emperor Palpatine (Darth Sidious) in the same room at the same time…?

    https://twitter.com/lex_sotheran/status/752566297104384001

  • tomsmith

    Because the ruling progressives of all Western parties consider Muslims, like blacks, to be pets and possessions, and not people.
    Just as they’ve used black people as props and virtue-signifiers and totems to demonstrate their own goodness while not only disregarding the blacks’ welfare but actually causing them long-term harm, they now use Muslims. They have no interest in helping either group – they’re just grateful that they’re there to be stood upon when needed.
    Helping “women” doesn’t mean helping all women – just women of their own group. They are actually the most racist of all of the groups of rulers in history.

    Exactly. They consider Muslims to be a political and demographic weapon. They don’t give a shit about women and children being raped and murdered, and they certainly despise Western culture and white people above all others. They are intensely aware of race, use it constantly as a weapon, and as you say are intensely racist.

  • The one really good thing about the election is that the Tories know not to go into another with May in charge. She was an accidentally and negatively chosen leader who was obviously not much of a Tory – and even less of a libertarian – when she was Home Secretary. (Any wilful hope she was only obeying Cameronian orders is now well dissipated.) She has been politically killable since the election, the issue (I presume) being the need for those who fouled up the leadership contest after Brexit to try and get their various acts together this time. She can’t go soon enough – provided someone worse (and the Tories have them!) does not replace her.

    BTW, I do appreciate that those in Canada under Trudeau could justly respond, “You think you’ve got problems!”

  • … she was supposed to be popular with the voters – the General Election exposed that spin as a lie, a massive lie. Mrs May barely held off the Marxist Labour Party (John McDonnell and co). and it is not astonishing that she failed so badly – as the Conservative Party Manifesto language exposed the fact that Mrs May has nothing but hatred and contempt for people who actually believe in LIBERTY

    To be fair, though, most voters prefer hatred or contempt to liberty.

  • morsjon

    Mrs May’s failure to resign, or at least, resign prior to their party conference (assuming she doesn’t), is just one more instance of her political tone deafness.

    Whilst I feel a bit cautious, having predicted that she would be gone “tomorrow” after the last election, I can’t see her lasting long now.

    Much as I consider Boris a lightweight, it will be refreshing to have a libertine, if not a libertarian, as PM.

  • morsjon

    I had to check the byline twice…

    Yeah, me too. It is uncharacteristically short though.

    To be fair, I’m gradually moving towards a more anonymous presence myself. Something is in the air and I don’t think it is long now until there could be a serious crack down on dissent.

  • monoi

    May is the archetypal politician with no principles, only adept at climbing the greasy pole and useless in all other ways. That to me was obvious ever since her conference “nasty party” speech (Remember the journalists hyperventilating about her “kitten heels” at the time? The mind boggles). Her subsequent tenure as HS and her fascistic tendencies only confirmed my dislike of her.

    Her latest love-in with that trudeau jerk plumbs new depths.

    It says something pretty bad of the tory party that they have her as PM, almost lost an election against a relic like Corbyn and do not have anyone new or even good to replace her, as if being labour-lite was not enough.

    We’re screwed.

  • Paul Marks

    The fact that Boris Johnson (the Foreign Secretary) was attacked for saying we should stop giving the European Union tax money after-we-leave, was the last straw for me.

    Of course we should stop paying the European Union money. As for “payment for access to the European Union market” that is an utter absurdity – even if we did not have a massive trade deficit with the European Union (which we do).

    What we need to demand is the return of the hundreds of billions of Pounds (inflation adjusted) that we have already paid into the EEC-EU in return for the tidal wave of regulations that have so harmed this country.

  • Watchman

    Mr Ed,

    You made a major error in your characterisation of Mr Corbyn (apart from insulting perfectly decent comprehensive geography teachers…). He wouldn’t be happy with real ale as he is teetotal. It is an example of quite how evil he is – rejecting God’s own nector (and not lecture as originally written – although he would no doubt reject that as well).

  • Mr Ed

    Watchman,

    I forgot that he is teetotal. Stalin would probably have purged him for that had he led a different life, as he liked to see his fellow socialists drunk. And I was not impugning decent Geography teachers, just a stereotype (and imputing drinking to the stereotype). Better an ale drinker than one drunk on power or blood.

    Re: Payments

    It’s funny how no one I meet seems to think that handing over billions of pounds to the EU after we leave is even an arguable idea. It is only the idea of those who hate this country and lament the forthcoming loss of their (E)Utopia.

  • Julie near Chicago

    Dear Unknown Author of the O.P.,

    That’s no lady, that’s the Prime Minister.

    😆

  • Snorri Godhi

    Mrs May has nothing but hatred and contempt for people who actually believe in LIBERTY. […] Mrs May […] comes over as lecturing, arrogant, patronising and (above all) ignorant. Most ordinary voters can not stand the sight or sound of Mrs May – she sucks all the energy out of a room leaving everyone in despair at her failure to inspire them.

    Isn’t Hitlery the most appropriate comparison?

  • fcal

    Definitely, but Hillary is more shrewd, although according to the election results they both suck.

  • monoi

    Her speech at the UN is a disgrace.

  • Mr Ed

    I’ve just discovered that today is the 80th anniversary of the publication of The Hobbit, and we have a political Gollum impersonator in 10 Downing Street.

  • Alisa

    That is precious 😕

  • Watchman

    I think that makes the Home Office a dark and unpleasant cave? Sounds about right.

  • mickc

    May is, was, and always will be a Fascist. She is also utterly useless.
    Corbyn will win the next election, and hopefully the Tory party will implode like New Labour. Only then might an actual true Conservative party be created.

  • Derek Buxton

    I do wonder if there are sufficient true Conservatives around to form a party? We seem to have had no one for some years now who had any conservative principles, was Mr. Churchill destined to be the last Conservative PM…..or MP for that matter?