CSM EDITORIAL The Conservative Party is split by Brexit – to the extent that Soubry and Wollaston may jump soon. The Government is an odd mix of Remainers and Brexiteers and so hardly the meritocracy of days of yore. Perhaps that can be excused in the run up to Brexit – which dominates everything political these days – but afterwards the Government should take care … Continue reading Vegetarians Don’t Eat Fish
BY BEN PENSANT The greatest weapon in the left’s arsenal is the ability to hold two conflicting opinions at once. It’s a skill dopey right-wingers call ‘cognitive dissonance’ – a fascist concept invented by Hitler and weaponized by trolls to smear the type of people who abhor misogyny, homophobia and antisemitism but defend the planet’s most misogynist, homophobic and antisemitic religion. So us Lefties can … Continue reading Left-Wing Hypocrites Don’t Exist
CSM EDITORIAL Seumas Milne would have slept badly last night. All that the rabble comprising the Labour front bench needed to do was sit back and watch the Tories squabble as the issue of Brexit turned them into rabid dogs. Either Theresa May would fall after Christmas when her deal finally came to a parliamentary vote. Or May would bring on a no deal which … Continue reading Liar
BY ALEXIA JAMES I’d never previously paid much attention to Emily Thornberry, apart from making a mental note that she reminded me somewhat of snooty Dolores Umbridge from Harry Potter. Why should I? She seemed like yet another Corbynite letting down the word “shadow”. I mean, John McDonnell a shadow chancellor? Diane Abbott a shadow home secretary? Angela Rayner shadow secretary of state for education? … Continue reading Why So Arrogant?
BY NIGEL BEAN (& PAUL READ) I have a special favour to ask of you discerning Country Squire readers. I would like you to put to one side any preconceived ideas you might have and read what really happened to the circuses in the U.K. This detail I shall spread across two articles – the first contains information the Labour Government under Tony Blair hoped … Continue reading Animal Rights Criminality Part I
BY JOHN ISMAEL It’s well-known that Jewish Voice for Labour exists to tackle allegations of antisemitism in the Labour Party, not actual antisemitism. And the head of this dreadful organisation of Corbyn shills is a woman called Jenny Manson. Manson has admitted she “started the organisation for two purposes (I would say), one was to work with other Jewish organisations (that I’ll mention on behalf … Continue reading Labour: Beyond Trolling
BY ANDREW MOODY It is now the last week in September 2018, and it seems that many still refuse to accept the Democratic process. Look over at the Momentum Conference (it’s not a Labour conference, is it?) going on in Liverpool this week. It’s not as if in last year’s election people voted for these Trotskyites, is it? Labour is just depressing these days for … Continue reading The Bitter Momentum Conference
BY PAUL NEWALL When I was a little boy I had to ask my Dad what a Jew was. We were stood in a grotty bingo parlour on Blackpool sea front. My mum as always was feeding money into the coin operated bingo machines and my dad and I were keeping ourselves occupied on slot machines and filling up on candy floss. I heard the … Continue reading Why Antisemitism?
BY ANDREW MOODY Jeremy Corbyn came into his own during last year’s snap election. Drawing huge crowds, appearing calm, prepared, well spoken, he made a fool out of PM Theresa May on the TV debates she refused to turn up to. The Utopian Labour Manifesto (impossible to implement) was wildly popular with socialist-identifying British. Of course Socialists tend to be far less capable in a … Continue reading I Know His Type