Monday, February 17, 2014

Labour’s Venezuelan Ally Seeks Arrest of Opposition Leader
Blocks Twitter, Locks Up Protesters, Three Killed

Guido’s international coverage brings you the latest from Venezuela. Socialist President Maduro, lauded by Labour MPs as proof “a better way is possible” when he came to power, is embroiled in crisis as thousands of anti-government protesters demand his resignation. In his latest subversion of democracy, Maduro last week issued a warrant for the arrest of the country’s opposition leader, ordering a huge police manhunt and raiding his house and the home of his parents. 100 student protesters were arrested by government forces in Caracas and three people were shot dead, with eyewitness reports blaming government sponsored armed motorcycle gangs. Twitter has confirmed that the Venezuelan government is blocking accounts and images posted of the protests.

Back in Britain, the Labour MPs who shilled for Maduro refuse to condemn him…

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Trade Unionists Abuse Brave Strike Breakers

As is the case for millions of other Londoners this morning, the Guy Newsroom would not be able to get in if it were not for brave tube workers ignoring Bob Crow’s strike. This is the sort of abuse strike breakers have had to to put up with from their trade union affiliated colleagues, not least the General Secretary of the TSSA:

https://twitter.com/pompeygommy/status/431111129176092672

https://twitter.com/ravingleftie/status/431020535191846912

https://twitter.com/CarefreeAndy91/status/431091274004070400

Thank you to those who crossed the picket line in the face of union aggression.

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

No Holidays in Socialist Venezuela

Guido’s unrivalled world news coverage brings you the news that Venezuelans have been blocked from buying flights out of the country. Spanish airline Air Europa has suspended the sale of tickets in bolivars because the country has stopped exchanging them from US dollars. Meaning holiday-makers seeking respite from their woes back home have been left stranded. In total Venezuela owes international airline companies some $2.6 billion for cash that has not been exchanged. Not forgetting Venezuelan President Maduro is the man Labour MPs told us would show “a better way is possible”. A warning that voting Ed will ruin your holiday…

Monday, January 13, 2014

Carpet-Bagging Commies of the World, Unite!

Richard Burgon is a classic example of a union-backed carpet bagger. Endorsed by Unite, the GMB, the CWU, ASLEF and UCATT, Burgon will be the candidate for anywhere that will take him, already trying and failing in Rotherham and Barnsley Central. This week, with Unite sponsoring him all the way, literally providing the free beer and sandwiches, he will host a Q&A session alongside Leeds East MP George Mudie, who he now hopes to succeed.

According to the website of the Communist Party of Britain, Burgon is a regular attendee of communist events across the North. He was the guest speaker at the annual Yorkshire Communists’ Red October meeting, which apparently consisted of “celebrations of the Russian Revolution of 1917 by declaring ‘Red October’ throughout the region”. Back in 2011, Burgon was a tutor at the self-described “Communist University of the North”, where among other things students paid homage to military dictator Fidel Castro. If he ever manages to win a selection, Burgon might just become the looniest loony left in parliament…

#BenefitsStreet Produced by Labour Supporter

The lefties and truth deniers are gearing up for another episode of Channel Four’s Benefits Street tonight with organised protests both on and offline. Labour supporters are calling it ‘Tory propaganda” and as Guido reported last week one of their activists called for the show’s producers to be killed for lifting the lid on life on James Turner Street in Birmingham where almost everyone lives on benefits. Awkwardly for the moaners one of these evil right-wing smearer is one of their own. Julia Higginbottom is a well known Brummie Labour Party supporter. The Tory stooge! 

The Detective of Baker Street

Has Norman Baker given up on his mad Dr David Kelly conspiracy theories? Guido hears that the loopy Home Office Minister has a new bugbear now he is in government. As revealed in yesterday’s Sun, Baker’s request for an extensive briefing by officials on the locations of the police and the exact angles of the bullets that killed gangster Mark Duggan were politely rebuffed last week, given that they were trying to prepare him for his appearance on Question TimeIs he planning another book?

Friday, January 10, 2014

Labour Adviser ‘Likes’ Jew-Bashing

Meet Tess Lanning, Labour Business Policy Adviser since January last year. Tess’ vast realm of expertise is not limited to the world of business; it seems she is also an expert on international relations. Among her Facebook ‘likes’ is the friendly page “The Palestine you need to know”, which offers delightful pearls of wisdom on the Israel-Palestine conflict including how “Zionist Jews beg for money”, “own the media” and why “Israel will surely be eliminated”. Guido doubts a boycott is the business policy advice Ed looking for…

Tuesday, January 7, 2014

8 Loony Left Over Reactions to #BenefitsStreet

https://twitter.com/adambeer/status/420318381733322752

And Guido’s favourite, the Liverpool Labour activist who wants to kill the producers:

The revenge of the Welfare Party.

UPDATE: With an eye on her future political career Jasmin Amelia backtracks and apologises for calling for the murder of TV producers:

https://twitter.com/JasminAmelia/status/420565778984099840

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Socialist Venezuela Faces “Economic Collapse”

Yesterday Guido’s unrivalled international coverage brought you the news that Miliband’s mate François Hollande was leading France into a triple dip recession. Things aren’t going so great in France, but how are they doing down in Venezuela, another of Labour’s favourite foreign allies?

This week the country has been downgraded by not one but two credit ratings agencies. Standard and Poor have cut their bond ratings blaming the “radicalisation” of Maduro’s “economic war” on the “bourgeoisie”. Now Moody’s have cut their local and foreign currency ratings, delivering a damning indictment of Venezuela’s socialist programme:

“The downgrade reflects Moody’s view that Venezuela is facing increasingly unsustainable macroeconomic imbalances, including a sky rocketing inflation and a sharp depreciation of the parallel exchange rate. As government policies have exacerbated these problems, the risk of an economic and financial collapse has greatly increased.”

In France the man Miliband said offered a “different way forward” is on the verge of a triple dip. In Venezuela the man Labour MPs told us would show “a better way is possible” is pushing his country towards economic ruin. Don’t say you weren’t warned…

Monday, December 16, 2013

Loony Labour Candidate: Don’t Criticise Kim Jong-Un

loon-newman

As the world reacts to crazy Korean dictator Kim Jong-un executing his uncle for, among other disloyalties, not clapping enough, Ed Miliband might want to have a word with his newly selected candidate for Chippenham, Wilts.

As Guido revealed in the yesterday’s Sun, Andy Newman reckons: “Britain has no moral authority to criticise North Korea.”

The barmy trade union organiser also attacked British soldiers for serving in Afghanistan, says that Stalin improved living standards and that the Berlin Wall was a success. Where do they find these people?


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