Friday, 20 November 2015

Hat-off to Andrew Neil

Old Brillo doesn't often feature on Raedwald but for once enjoy 1.47 of glorious polemic against the rancid ordure that is IS - Islamist Shit:-

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Respect to the Brillo, he was Brilliant, though ye can tell he's a Jock.
Because, I'm not quite such a damn Francophile myself, if only for the sly envy and dark practice they reserve for all dealings they have with us, we've never ever been regarded as an equal partner insofar as that damnable Federal project is concerned. At every turn they've done us down.

So yes, a sad event for Paris but I ain't going to weep too many tears, and it was the British who took western civilization to the world - they just had Napoleon and our Navy sank him.

Anonymous said...

Controlled opposition or, as the Americans call it, limited hangout.

Neil is a big fan of the Multicultural Zoo, which means this "death-cult" will have all the space it needs to create havoc in our societies for a hundred years or more, because that's what caused it.

I can see why people think he's the only undecenting voice left, but then I look at what's just happened to Dr. David Starkey at Cambridge and those Rules for Radicals just hit you right in the face. The Long March through the Institutions has made players of them all, including Neil, sadly.

Steve

Cuffleyburgers said...

Worth the licence fee on its own, not that I pay it of course living in Italy.

Well done Andrew Neill, he'll probably get the sack now.

Barnacle Bill said...

I would have had more respect for Andrew Neil if at the end of his tirade he had stood up, said he could no longer work for such a biased corporation as the Beeb and left the studio.

No sorry but it's crocodile tears to me.

Here's a ham shank telling it as it is -

https://youtu.be/YS6nofQdSNM

Anonymous said...

Barnacle Bill said @ 15:23

'I would have had more respect for Andrew Neil if at the end of his tirade he had stood up, said he could no longer work for such a biased corporation as the Beeb and left the studio.'

There was a time when we had such people Bill. I picked up on the power the BBC has over its staff about a decade ago when I started hearing football pundits correcting themselves after starting to say the word 'England', or 'English'. They would say "I meant British", or just cough. Truly Pavlovian. When you've been listening to the same broadcaster since the 60's I'm afraid you notice these things.

Steve

Anonymous said...

Paris has been a wake-up call to us, like the failed drugs laws, our firearms legislation has left us naked in the face of the threat that we will surely face in our own cities here in the UK.

Kevin Hurley, a former counter terrorism officer and now the Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey, has admitted on the BEEB his officers would be "massacred" if they had to respond to a Paris type incident.

So isn't it time we had a look at our handgun laws?

Allow us to be sensibly armed to protect our famillies and ourselves. To be the "First Responders" whilst also offering back up to the police in the case of a massacre

It is going to happen a UK terrorist attack, when it does it will be outside of the capital, a Black Swan event. It will show our poltical elite up for the bullshitters they are.

Cuffleyburgers said...

They will never reform the hand gun laws.

As has been pointed out here, the best possible reaction in the the event of some ragheaded nutter bursting in shooting, is to shoot back. Government advice of any other sort is beyond ridiculous.

But it will never again be legal. That I can guarantee you.

Anonymous said...

"To forgive the terrorists is up to God, but to send them to him is up to me."
Apparently said by Putin.

Malcolm Stevas said...

Re the comments above on handguns, and our firearms laws - dead right. Our leaders - upon whom may all blessings fall - care more for their own dread of the independent, self-sufficient citizen able to defend himself, than they do for civil order, democratic self reliance, or instant condign retribution against criminals and terrorists. The inalienable right of free citizens in a free society to defend themselves means nothing to these smug cynical freeloaders. One can't help thinking things will end badly, sooner or later.

Anonymous said...

Malcolm Stevas said...

Re the comments above on handguns, and our firearms laws - dead right. Our leaders - upon whom may all blessings fall - care more for their own dread of the independent, self-sufficient citizen able to defend himself, than they do for civil order, democratic self reliance, or instant condign retribution against criminals and terrorists. The inalienable right of free citizens in a free society to defend themselves means nothing to these smug cynical freeloaders. One can't help thinking things will end badly, sooner or later. [/quote]

X 1 million.

The PrangWizard said...

What are the chances of Mrs May Home Secretary lifting the ban on Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer now?

And as for 'the nothing to do with Islam' traitors, why did the terrorists in Mali free hostages who could recite the Koran?

DeeDee99 said...

Yes, the man did good.

But just imagine if Farage had said that on the BBC. The BBC's Muslim appeasers, the liberal Establishment and the luvvies would be apoplectic.

Anonymous said...

DeeDee99 said @ 08:47

'But just imagine if Farage had said that on the BBC. The BBC's Muslim appeasers, the liberal Establishment and the luvvies would be apoplectic.'

My point entirely (see above), he's allowed because he has limited hangout working for the BBC Ministry of Truth. Neil is controlled opposition whereas Farage is the opposition controlled.

Steve