Monday, August 27, 2012

Neil Kinnock - Money Money Money! It's A Rich Mans World

I'll start with an anecdote. I was sent to Kenya for a couple of months to cover for a colleague back in 1993. The corruptocrat in charge at the time was an odious creep named Daniel arap Moi.

Hailing from a minority tribe, Moi started life as a school teacher, he then became an MP for a Rift Valley constituency who worked his way up to be party leader and eventually becoming President of Kenya.

I returned to Kenya in 2000 to replace my colleague by which time Daniel arap Moi was worth $1.5 billion, his daughter June was employed in his office with a non job and with daddy's help his son Gideon became a businessman who was worth a reputed $550 million in 2011.

In the meantime his constituents in the Rift Valley remained dirt poor.

There were plenty of parallels between Moi and Neil Kinnock but unlike Moi, the latter didn't make it to the top job.

A look at Neil Kinnock's bio's reveal that as is usual with Labour Party hypocrites, he benefited from a grammar school education. This was the vehicle that provided social mobility for working class children which was subsequently denied to future generations by his Labour Party. The replacement Comprehensive system locked children into a dumbed down shambles which masquerades as schooling today.

Neil Kinnock went on to become "the first person in his family for a thousand generations to go to University" where he graduated in Industrial Relations and History, a qualification which is of little use for a career in wealth and job creation.

Neil Kinnock is also "the first person in his family in a thousand generations" to accumulate a fortune without ever having done a proper job in the real world outside the incestuous world of party politics.

Neil Kinnock spent 4 years as a tutor for the Workers Education Association, a taxpayer supported charity which laughably includes equality and opportunity as one of its values. (Comrade Neil must have turned a blind eye to that one).

After an exhaustive investigation, that would appear to be it, the sum total of Neil Kinnock's experience outside of party politics comprises of being a student and a tutor in a taxpayer funded charity.

There is no record of any business or wealth creating experience prior to his entering Parliament as the MP for Bedwellty.  This was and still is, a typical poor tribal voting South Wales coal mining community which would return a donkey to Parliament if it sported a Labour rosette.

Neil Kinnock's political career is well documented elsewhere but briefly:

Neil Kinnock worked his up to the giddy heights of Labour Party leader, a tenure which was characterised in the early days with a sham fight with hard left.

Although he was a member of the hard left himself he realised that their loony policies and poor public image was hurting their chances of electoral success.

The battles with Militant Tendency made great headlines which the Labour Party image makers of the day, led by that calculating manipulator and ex communist Peter Mandelson, milked for all it was worth.

With the expulsion of Militant Tendency and a change of logo to a pink rose, the Party was apparently rebranded and now electable.

In reality nothing had changed. The loony left went underground, they put on suits and ties then carried on as usual. They are still in the Labour Party to this day in the shape of Jeremy Corbyn, Dennis Skinner, Diane Abbot, Michael Meacher, Ken Livingstone, Grunwick Jack Dromey (of all women shortlist fame) etc.

Despite Mandelson's efforts at rebranding, Neil Kinnock's Labour Party went on to lose the 1987 general election taking only 31% of the vote.

Surprisingly Neil Kinnock stayed on as leader seeing off a challenge by that other left wing loon Anthony Wedgwood Benn. This is the wealthy hypocrite who tried to hide his background by proletarianising his name to Tony Benn. Nice try Anthony!

Much like David Cameron's PR men today, Peter Mandelson's propaganda unit went into overdrive working on Neil Kinnock's image while simultaneously trying to detoxify the party.

This consisted of dropping unpopular policies such as Unilateral Nuclear Disarmament, Clause IV, the Closed Shop etc. but no amount of image making could stop Neil Kinnock from being himself.

By using ten words where one would suffice he got himself a reputation for  bloviating windbaggery which is still his defining feature to this day.

Long winded speeches and inane statements against a formidable opponent like Mrs. Thatcher proved to be disastrous. I am not a Tory but I have to give the Iron Lady credit, she was impressive, she exposed Neil Kinnock for the intellectual lightweight that he is and wiped the floor with him at every exchange.

It must have come as a relief when Mrs Thatcher was deposed in a coup by her treacherous colleagues and replaced by the grey man of politics, John Major. Sensing victory, Neil Kinnock unsuccessfully pushed for an early general election but when it finally came he lost that one too.

His embarrassing appearance at a victory rally in Sheffield the night before the election was blamed for his loss, together with the infamous Sun newspaper headline " If Kinnock wins today, will the last person to leave Britain turn out the lights". I remember it well, it was devastating but effective.

The headline seemed a tad unfair but the truth is that the majority of the British people didn't want a socialist Labour government with a Welsh Windbag as their Prime Minister.

He resigned the Labour leadership 1992 and instead devoting his spare time working to alleviate poverty in his constituency, he abandoned them in order to line his pockets.

Media appearances and the Labour Party - BBC revolving door were not filling his coffers fast enough so he followed his wife Glenys Kinnock and climbed aboard the European Union gravy train in 1995. As with all riders, taxpayers money started to roll in relentlessly thereafter.

With no qualifications for the job, no experience of life outside politics and not a single vote cast, Neil Kinnock was appointed as Transport Commissioner over more qualified and experienced people. It's that familiar Kinnock stench and it seems to follow this particular family around.

Modelled on the failed Soviet Union, the European Union is a cesspit of financial and political corruption, conceived by politicians and run purely in the interests of politicians.

In 1999, after 5 years in office as Transport Commissioner, Neil Kinnock was forced to resign with the rest of the Jaques Santer corruptocrats after widespread fraud, obstruction and cover ups were discovered in the Commission budget which were exposed by a whistle blower.

Naturally everybody in the Commission denied all knowledge, so a scapegoat had to be found to fall on their sword and accept punishment. ( This punishment was not so severe as to cost the volunteer her pension). With this dubious action the issue was whitewashed over and the gravy train was back on the rails.

Against all common sense and reason, Neil Kinnock was promoted to Vice President of the European Commission and charged with instituting reform. His reforms included staff salary and pension cuts but, surprise surprise, only for those joining after 2004.

It must have been difficult for a Labour Party socialist like Kinnock to implement budget cuts considering deficit spending is standard operating procedure for any member of the loony left.

By coincidence son Stephen Kinnock rejoins his father when he surfaces in Brussels as a British Council lobbyist in 1997 and gets promoted to Brussels Director in 2002.

In 2004, with his bank account awash with taxpayers money and with his second term as Commissioner drawing to a close, Neil Kinnock is mysteriously appointed head of the British Council. This is a Foreign Office funded front organisation set up to spread cultural propaganda, the arts and other left wing nonsense such as intercultural dialogue.

Wherever there are socialists, money grabbing is not far behind. Members of Parliament, including Labour's former Speaker of the House 'Gorbals' Mick Martin, were involved in a taxpayer funded scandal involving undisclosed expenses charged to the British Council.

Nothing came of it and nobody was punished, it would appear that politicians use a lot of whitewash so that too is obviously claimable on expenses.

That familiar Kinnock family stench, which was evident  from Glenys and Rachel Kinnocks' shenanigans, reared its ugly head again with Neil and his son Stephen.

No sooner than his father was in position with the British Council, Stephen Kinnock gets a much sought after and lucrative position running the British Council office in St Petersburg, Russia.

Scandal wasn't far behind Stephen Kinnock either as the Russians accused the British Council of tax evasion and then Stephen was accused of drunk driving.

Claiming Diplomatic Immunity, he refused a breath test even though British Council staff do not have Diplomatic status. Rumours at the time claim someone behind the scenes pulled some strings but this is not confirmed.

For Neil Kinnock the British Council position was unpaid so in theory at the end of 2004 he was off the taxpayer funded gravy train..........but not for long... only about two months in fact, politicians look after their own.

After vowing never to sit in the House of Lords while hereditary peers remained in place, he accepted a baronetcy, accompanied by the usual taxpayer funded expenses, while 90 Hereditary Peers were still in place.

Neil Kinnock's principles are not worth a taxpayer funded sinecure, which also included access to money wielding lobbyists as a bonus.

What became of Stephen Kinnock when his father left the European Commission?

He was hurried out of Russia and kept his head down in Sierra Leone until the heat had died down from the St, Petersburg scandal, then in 2009 he became a Director of the World Economic Forum. This is an organisation designed to bring about a new social order by stealth, which was set up under the patronage of the European Commission of which his father was a member. There is a familiar smell about this appointment also but accusations of Kinnock string pulling are unconfirmed.

For the record, scandal prone Stephen Kinnock is married to Danish socialist Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and he is currently under investigation for tax evasion in Denmark.

So there they sit to this day in perfect harmony, Lord Neil and Baroness Glenys, the socialist hypocrites in the very House of Lords they both claim to despise, trousering taxpayers hard earned money to add to the millions they have already milked.

Estimates put their joint taxpayer funded fortune in the region of ten million pounds. (That's 10,000,000 pounds).

The Kinnock's are an established part of the elite one percent that they hypocritically claim to oppose. They now live in London to be closer to the gravy train and their grandchildren.

Like Daniel arap Moi's constituents in the Rift Valley, the long suffering people of Bedwellty, Islwyn, Blaenau Gwent or whatever they are called now, have served their purpose, they are no longer required and are cast aside.

For their contribution to the estimated Kinnock ten million pound family fortune, the people of Blaenau Gwent got the following in return:

Job Seekers Allowance claimants - 7.8%, the average for Wales 4.4%,  for UK 4.1%

ESA/Incapacity Benefit claimants - 13.3%,  for Wales 9.2%, for UK 6.5%

Unemployed out of work for 12 months 31%, for Wales 15%

Students leaving school with no recognised qualifications  3.1%, for Wales 1.5%

The Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation shows 21% of areas in Blaenau Gwent are in the 10% of the most deprived areas in Wales, a staggering 83% of areas are in the top 50%.

Finally, Child Poverty stands at a disgraceful 20%

Neil and Glenys Kinnock this is part of your legacy and you should be ashamed of yourselves. If your conscience keeps you awake at night try counting tenners instead of sheep.

*Update: Right on cue Guido Fawkes over on order-order.com has released the House of Lords expenses for last year. It turns out that our shameless, troughing first family claimed sixty six thousand pounds of taxpayers money.

Lord Kinnock regularly claims his three hundred pounds per day attendance allowance despite only speaking around once per month.

I live in hope that the people of Blaenau Gwent are paying attention and cease their terminally stupid habit of voting Labour come what may.




102 comments:

  1. You urgently need a life. Very sad...

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    1. Life is great at the moment but thank you for your concern.

      Please stay on topic and feel free to comment on the Kinnock family hypocrisy.

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  2. Well, of course, the late and unlamented Soviet Union is, in fact, alive and very well.

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    1. The Soviet Union never really went away, it merely changed its headquarters from Moscow to Brussels.

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    2. Hey ho wouldn't it be wise to put the old codger out to grass and confiscate his ill gotten gains.glenny could donate her nestegg for the beautification of the southern towns of south Wales.together they can live happily in a little cottage making basket wig wams and silk purses out of sows ears empty of funds of course.

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    3. South Wales has served its purpose as far as this venal family are concerned. They won't be swapping the bright lights of London to live among the people that made them rich.

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  3. The fragrant Glenys can get in yonder peggytub play tiddlywinks with the grandkiddywinks and go quietly out to pasture in a one up one down and her amassed nestegg distributed to the poor and needy of south Wales.she could go into retired seclusion baking gingerbread and chutney making as I am sure she is quite irrelevant in the new age of chucking out self gratifying scrooges like this money grabbing Adams family.

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    1. I enjoyed reading your comments, they are funny but with a serious edge. You should take up writing this kind of satire full time.

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  4. Thanks dan for that compliment us northern lasses don't mince our words .up ere Glenys would have been egged long ago.she just reminds me of the puerile teachers I ad at school.she is without doubt a complete and utter disgrace.

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    1. Utter disgrace just about sums her up. I would love for her to visit you northern lasses, I might even supply the eggs.

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  5. Yes dan pull Glenys,s arm and her eyes spin like a fruit machine and Neil looks like a laughing dog mutely.the pair of them stumbled on a money making venture called the Brussels express.they added a little bit of university crap intelligence and tried to appear knowledgeable.up north we don't buy it.the joy of Internet nothing now can be hidden from the masses.people like these charlatans can no longer manoeuvre themselves under the radar.power to the people read and enjoy...........

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    1. A one arm bandit that never pays out any money only ever takes it in. The sad fact is that Kinnock's have made a fortune out of the taxpayer without ever having done a job that we would consider as work.

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    2. Up north we have become the most resourceful tribe of brig antes Eva .we don't listen to any kerfuffle out of any politicians mouths necks they are out on their own trajectory mission theor career and their dolled up wives on their shoulders like parrots .everynoe up ere does the best for themselves and their friends it's tribal,,,,we are all getting on with our own lives regardless................we've had Arthur scar gill spouting his waffle for years and now he's finally out to grass......

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  6. You northerners sound alright to me but why do you keep voting Labour every election?

    Rotherham, Rochdale and elsewhere still vote Labour even after their children have been raped.

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  7. There is a saying up ere that if you put a red rosette on a monkey they'd vote labour.it stems back to the past with the mining etc.i prefer to look at things from a new perspective it's all about education.......power to the people.as you know everyone in parliament had a free university education but when they put fees up they expected the poorer end to stop going to uni hasn't happened,,,,,,,there is still the old boy network as the kinnocks demonstrate with their own offspring but we can still overcome that obstacle.........I myself have never voted becos they all talk out of their behinds claptrap......shift for yourself and make it happen but look after family and friends.........

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    1. Its the same where I come from but we use a donkey instead of a monkey to describe our candidates.

      I think the old boy network is more useful than a university education when it comes to a political career.

      The name 'Kinnock' sends waves of revulsion coursing through my veins. What kind of people claim to stand up for the working class then abandon them after they make a fortune?

      I think concentrating on family and friends is a good place to start but change in the way we are governed has to come eventually.

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  8. I am passionate about the arts also dan and lets all switch off with the Tracey emin unmade bed and make some fabulous art.........vast sums of money from the arts council are given to the same people playing at kindergarten slap dab art when fabulous dedicated artists are making the most beautiful art never seen in the public eye .again it is promoted by a bunch of lemmings .believe me the most vibrant culture is going on and it is not lights going on and going off Tracey's birth scribbles etc.........as I say we all shift for ourselves writing ,making art.photography,studying ,design ...... The government hasn't got a CLUE what's going on,,!!!

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    1. The arts budget is huge but as you rightly say its wasted on crap like an unmade bed and a pile of bricks. Its a disgrace.

      The money should be taken out of the trendy, wealthy cosmopolitan centers and put into smaller art projects in the communities.

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  9. There is also a competition up ere who can build the biggest house on green belt land for one up and coming builders family.there has been an insidious infiltration of these greedy people in our planning departments.its nothing to do with affordable housing which shouldn't be on green belt.they are just as bad as the kinnocks greed is an un controllable human urge.the councils themselves have to be fostered much the same way as the poor old downtrodden teachers.by the way I hear they have built houses on the beautiful lands of the village of Lysenko my beloved bolt hole in midwales.i don't think I can bear to witness the travesty of it.who is all this housing for the locals no the 15'ooo,loo so called freedom of movement populace............

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  10. Correction to last ........councils need to be ofsted inspected and the village is Lyswen.the spellchecker went a bit AWOL "

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    1. The current political class is dominated by London based wealthy elitists. They have no feeling for the countryside or the people that live there. Country people don't have enough votes to have influence

      These politicians will concrete over every blade of grass if there was a few quid ti be made out if it.

      My motto, if we want to change the way things are run, we have to change the way we vote.

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  11. The biggest mistake that the politicians are making is that people of today are savvy well educated well informed and have access to the great Internet highway.we don't breed ferrets,eat tripe or play skittles we don't tug our for locks or bow down to the so called rich and titled .everything is up for grabs now .we have all come out of the dolls house and the government has to understand we don't need nannying anymore........

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    1. Wonderfully written and I can't disagree with a single word of it.

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  12. These party conferences have been an endless source of amusement.why ed millibands wife has to trail along like a psycophantic schoolgirl defeats me .hasnt she got a life.if you remember majors wife whose name I can't recall kept her snout well and truly hidden.its almost like the step ford wives club it really takes the piss............is their man at work I don't think mrs carbuncle trails around her husbands coat ails while he's earning a crust..............it's just an educated observation it doesn't do millibands any favours...

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    1. It's true to say these politicians career wives are good at multitasking bringing up young kiddie inks operating as barristers etc have they been cloned........they even have the time to hang on their working husbands arms like designer models Cleggs wife is forever drooling over her hubby like a loved up mare.........in harness.......

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    2. There's a downside to these political wives staying away. While Norma Major was keeping a low profile and multi-tasking her hubby John was having it off with Edwina Curry. Yuk!

      That was then though. You are right, modern day political wives are stuck in front of the camera like a footballers WAG. They aren't going to influence my vote no matter what designer dress they are wearing.

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  13. Oh dan you have me on a roll I haven't had such fun in ages ..........the house of lords of which kglenys kinnock is now a sleeping partner...besides running the daily beetle drive and the sweep for the annual mad hatters t party she will find time to crochet a new typewriter under the bench out of angora wool and fashion a nice new handbag to collect her daily allowance....no wonder our country is in a reight old mess as we say in Yorkshire........

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    1. I have to admit I'm enjoying your comments also. Crocheting a new typewriter indeed.

      Since Glenys climbed aboard the gravy train she hasn't looked back, the dosh has been rolling in and still is. The kids are going to be quids when these two finally shuffle off their mortal coils.

      In the meantime some people I know are having to ration there beer to pay the gas bill.

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  14. Hey ho it's Anon
    again the northern lass.my god the Christmas shopping is hell up ere.the town I dwell in is getting so crowded with the European influx you have to block book the loos in advance in the shopping mall.....its like the united nations up ere.in quality save a fight ensued for a box of hot wheels..........where do these politicians spend their time while we are all frantically searching for breathing space........I am ferociously guarding my personal space I feel quite stressed!!!

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  15. Hey ho to you too Anon. Out of all the hundreds of posts, is this the only one you read and comment on. Tut tut, read them all and share your wit and wisdom.

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  16. I do rather like the exclusivity of this post dan,I am not a lady who follows like an obedient sheep.i am not influenced by any political party they are merely players on a stage.parliament is a joke it stinks to high heaven.they are all like demented money grabbing parasites who rob Peter to pay Paul.the television news casters are in their slimy pockets.........do we believe any of their claptrap they think the British public are still pulling up turnips and we are happy to shop till we drop. .Huge mistake,,!!!the nhs is on its knees becos the population is 15 million up with world tourists who don't go home!!!

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  17. How I long for the good old days when you could safely attend brownies without praying paedophiles.you could camp anywhere on the queens highway with a caravette.a visitors passport for a fiver.a good old street party without risk assessments.trips abroad with the school without the threat of abduction into brothels.fish and chips on the beach.babycham parties into the wee small hours without visits about noise abatement those were the halcyon days.drving on the m1 at 3 am completely alone.......... Space lots of glorious space.visits to cathedrals for free.........we had less money but boy did we know how to party.......... Now the whole country is f------------d up!!!

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  18. See what I mean? You are obviously passionate about your beliefs and able to articulate them with both wit and wisdom.

    I believe your sentiments are shared by the majority of the British people therefore you should comment more often or start your own site. It would be interesting to read your views on a variety of subjects.

    Feel free to share them on this site.

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  19. Dear Dan I wouldn't have a clue about running my own site but Neil kinnocks site is perfect for folks like me who know only basic computer knowledge.i don't know my blogs from my twitter,my Facebook from my friends reunited.i only love to write .i compose poetry about a myriad of subjects and read medieval history with a passion.i also want to promote the use of herbal remedies instead of folk descending into the prescription merry go round.Foraging for wild foods is also a passn and helps any family on the breadline.i also love the idea of food sharing as folk have foods stored and frozen which go to waste.i know I,m waffling tonite but I am so excited by the power of the pen .forget kinnock and his sprogs good can come from bad and this blog can be amaaaaaaazing. Love hey ho anon!!!

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  20. On a serios note do you think any politician in this country ever thinks about our own indigenous populatuion living in abject poverty.Children eating while their parents deny themselves food.The ridiculous rule that a family can only visit a food bank 3 times what use is that. why are greedy Fagin like landlords holding young families to ransome .I don't know about a mansion task lets have a landlord tax.There are some octogenarian pensioners with fifty bloody terrace houses in their property portfolios .Our country is back in the dark ages.Yes a landlord Tax will do very nicely and it might free up some first time buyer housing.Landlords are also dividing rooms into rabbit hutches to gain huge rental incomes putting folk in dingy cellars and drafts Dickensian attics.Does the government really know what's ging down in this country??? The politicians are too busy building their own property portfolios like Uriah heap....

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  21. Local town halls and councils need smoking out to rid our country of self serving toadyism.Are they in it to serve our communities or are they in it to win it in financial terms .Planning departments have been infiltrated by people who can benefit financially themselves.Previously worthless plots of land are snapped up by these very people in local councils. council leaders are involved with property developers but manage to stay under the radar by hiding their business dealings an awful lot of backscratching going on.It is true that councils are policed byno one they have become a law unto themselves.They are furnishing their ivory towers and think themselves above the law accountable to no one.No matter how much the electorate petition or campaign against a plan they still ride roughshod ver everyone........Let's have an ofsted inspection of councillors give the poor old teachers a break!!!

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  22. Nighty night HeyHo Anon!The joy of anonymity..............It's intoxicatingzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  23. Hey ho anon Just heard the ridiculous statement from George Osborn we are going to live back in the 1930s Errrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Don't think so......l.l.l.lWhat planet is he on...l I hope he's going to mend his Y fronts with knicker elastic and make paper faggots for his fire...l.No he will be quaffing his next bottle of champagne.l.ll. Sorry George we working classes can dine on pheasant a good Chablis and Etonian mess like the rest of the hoy fallow.......1930s love it ain't gona happen

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  24. draconian austerity measures for Cameron..................wifey can save her shopping coupons,kiddy winks can attend local state school,Cameron can wear his wife's knitted jumpers recycled of course from old shooting attire,holiday in caravan at Fitties,Cleethorpes,forage for free food,shop at the local charity shop for dinner suits and wife's day suits ........Darn his long johns etc like the rest of us......Austerity begins at No 10 Put your money where your mouth is!!!

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  25. Hey ho hey ho dear Dan you have released the genie from the box I am having a ball............Neil kinnock who the hell are you move over BRUCE.........don't lose another nights sleep Dan Kinnock is HISTORY!!!

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  26. maybe I will just take over this blog for you Dan. .............The Kinnocks can be our platform for fun satire and frolicking after all they have done that for years.Yes it is quite fitting. Hey ho hey ho ANOn.................l..l.l.........,

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  27. Hey Ho Anon, I see you've been having fun while I've been away. You're obviously enjoying yourself letting rip at the political class.

    Letting rip is liberating as well as fun, the only problem is that I am probably the only one thats reading it. This is a treat for me but the world at large is missing out on your wit, wisdom and sense of humour.

    Set yourself up and get writing. If I can set one up you can.

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  28. When this little lot goes out into the ether it is surprising who is having a good chuckle at it.i am sure u r not the only one reading this but hey ho hey ho.....hi it Neil and glenny I am sure they will be surfing the net to see what's being said about their infamous conduct...........hi your royal highness!!!

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  29. Hey ho anon if anyone on this planet is enjoying this frivolous banter please feel free to expose yourselves. dan thinks he is the only one...............!!!

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  30. Hello there Hey ho anon, out of interest I looked up the traffic stats and this article, which was written over two years ago, has got a new lease of life. Its your unbridled wit and wisdom that is breathing life into old news.. Keep it coming and we'll p*ss off the imperial Kinnock's yet.

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  31. Hey ho anon maybe it's the kinnock family who are tuning in sweet retribution what............and all this time they thought they were beavering and squirrelling their nuts without the hint of detection..........Well I am afraid they have been rustled.Lets hope the British public god bless em will banish them out of sight out of mind......I am partial to a mint imperial but I can't swallow a kinnock....................I would choke to death......

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    1. Hey ho hello. I hope it is the special K's tuning in and reading what real people think. I would hate for them to be labouring under the impression that people approve of their troughing.

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  32. Hey ho hey ho anon Whoever came up with the words Diversity,Ethnicity,social integration........I only know my country is sinking under the sheer weight of the populace of the burgeoning planet.When will Cameron ever see daylight when the water and slurry is up to his ears in the house of commons and BlackRod needs an aqualung.The ever resourceful kinnocks will be hoovering up the slimy depths in their very own personalised Red submarine.glennys periscope will prod the arse of a floundering !illiband in water wings.......Austerity Posterity Austerity Posterity wake me I am having a nightmare..........

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    1. Just p*ssed myself laughing. You are a wasted comic genius. Why don't you deploy your wit on other posts as well?

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  33. do suggest some Dan I am a hopeless blogging virgin............my computer skills are very basic hey ho anon I must admit I can't write this little lot without laughing that's why it is such fun .......Up north we like to have a real good belly laugh with our eccentric mates and believe me when you make a friend up ere they stay with you for life...........only last night I was at the Hide gallery watching my wild monkey poet mate Anthony Youell (Face Book) and you tube in his art exhibition.........What a ball ,better than boring Tracey Emin any day.................Yes it all happens oooop north!!!

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  34. I went to Newcastle once and Berwick-upon-Tweed, does that count as ooop North? I had a great time.

    Have a look at my latest article on Russell Brand the revolutionary. Should be good material for a laugh.

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    1. We have to be very canny here discussing rich celebrities they can sue the pants off us....we can say however the man in the street if he's intelligent enough can separate the chaff from the wheat....most magazines and newspapers are filled with this celebrity crap .....they are not celebrities..........but people can avoid making these avoricius money minded limelight grabbers by refusing to buy their stinking perfumes ,fashion items and logos.it only makes them richer and their items are fabricated in third world countries and of poor quality..........

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  35. Hey ho dan I have stayed on the beautiful island of lindisfarne near Berwick and Bamborough is a place of fabulous wild natural space............We do need these places to recharge our batteries but how long can they be preserved for future generations........the islands indigenous populace of Viking origin has been overtaken by wealthy second home buyers absent for the whole of the winter. The one good thing about holy island is when the tide comes in visitors have scarpered.there are no means of escaping which is wonderful......Bali hai here I call you. Oh to be on Lindisfarne............l.

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  36. Dear dan hope you saw Anthony youell Facebook exhibition .he is the wildest dissenter of them all.he says powerful things about life and I enjoyed the utter freedom of his expression.....the monkey poets are meeting on Monday at his thurgoland abode .poets turn in to say interesting words about political issues ,comic issues all in front of a blazing log fire in the middle of a beautiful area surrounded by ancient woodland....yummy snacks are brought by everyone and good dark ale is supped.the theme is Christmas and a good time will be had by all .anthony is a member of the Barnsley guild of artists on Flickr........ Art is a very powerful tool to get messages across.......freedom of expression in this country must be done cleverly and without malice for the benefit of all.......

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    1. Dear Hey Ho, I looked but couldn't find your friends Facebook exhibition. I agree that art is a powerful tool for getting messages out so I hope your friend keeps up the good work.

      As the political class get further out of control, freedom of expression is in grave danger. How the Kinnock's would love people like me to shut my cake hole.

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  37. It is Anthony youel Facebook if you like pink floyd and monty python humour you will like Anthony.i spelt it wrong you may be able to tune in

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  38. I just found the Landlord of The Monkey Pub with a fireside poetry hour. Is this the chap?

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  39. It sure is dan he looks a little like a wild version of Neil kinnock.........his exhibition is on Anthony youel Facebook .....on Saturday he is doing his homage to Matisse the blue nude.......his bits and bobs will drop off the gallery is like a freezer.......it is the hide gallery Sheffield.i am climbing steep hill Lincoln and visiting the Templar house........the Jews house.........a medieval gem.have fun.

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    1. I am a believer that the British pub is a great British institution and an integral part of our culture. If this gentleman has saved The Monkey Pub from closing then I tip my hat to him.

      Using poetry and art to keep a pub open is a new one on me.

      I will tune in to his exhibition and check it out.

      Be careful on that hill.

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  40. I agree with your comment, that the British pub is a great British institution. We (my family) owned a great pub for 27 years, in rural Shropshire; it was very popular and well-known for Real Ale (6 pumps), real fire and live music.

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    1. What happened to your family pub, is it still open?

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  41. Hey ho hey anon sorry I have been silent .been fung swaying my house for weeks....well what a to do .......I personally love cafe life to pubs they are the new Valhalla,a strong coffee a good book and me time,wonderful...........do you think John Prescott is returning to politics for his grandkiddywinks winks or has wifey spent all his money on shellacking her nails ,extortionate hairdos or her bunyans filed.......do you think he would be better to bow put gracefully........

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    1. Hey Ho Anon, its been a while. Hows that Monkey Pub doing? I'm not sure I would choose cafe life over the pub but each to their own.

      There I was enjoying my my morning cuppa and you had to mention Prescott and set me off on one. Bringing him back after the Tracy Temple chipolata episode is a sign of desperation. The only reason I can think of why Pauline sticks with the buffoon is she likes the trappings of a Ladyship.

      Prescott couldn't do anything gracefully but yes he should bow out and the sooner the better.

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  42. Hey ho hey ho anon I am full of the joys of spring crocuses out ,snowdrops and I am off to Dartmouth for a week.the political bickerings about mudslinging debates will be obsolete as I will not see any media crap while away.Milliband is coming across like a petulant baby in a high chair who has dropped his dummy.He really does himself no favours.I am sick to death of hearing about cuts,cuts,cuts which a lot of people here up north don't give a flying squirrel about.theres plenty of south fork mansions going up ere in my neck of the woods.it is rather like a great ship going down and folk trample over other folk to get as much as they can.everyone here has this grabbing mentality which includes whiz zing round the supermarket swag bagging as much as possible and bugger the rest.....

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  43. Hey ho hey ho The MonkeyPub is still going strong but alas I don't know how long.We had a lovely published Yorkshire poet last week called Ian Parkes reading from his book Shell Island.

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  44. hey ho dan I really think you aught to give Costa coffee a whirl order a paradise 5 americano and hot milk plug in your laptop in a costa leather settee it is a wonderful think tank warm free heating and all sorts of banter to write about.i must be a throwback my ancestor was trotting around coffee houses in1770 in all hallows ,barking in the tower,london...I do all my writing in Costa.........

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  45. Hey ho dan the man if you want a good laugh plug into Anthony youell Facebook for his hilarious videos.........his poem Who could it be is really funny.........all his art and videos are made in the pub The Monkey at thurgoland. his videos have gone viral..........

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    1. Hey ho anon, I was in Dartmouth myself last year, splendid place with great pubs and eateries. As a pub supporter I will try to look at the Monkey Pub videos, if what you say is correct it will be a welcome distraction from the usual diet of politics.

      Speaking of which, it must be one of the greatest mysteries that millions of people are actual going to vote for Ed Miliband. I shake my head in disbelief.

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  46. Hey ho anon after an horrendous week dan I am ready for a holiday in dartmouth.i will sit in the cherub pub with a big glass of cold cider.my home town is of great concern to me.i think the whole of society is breaking down before our eyes and we all feel helpless and fearful for the future.... What ed Milliband can do to change that defeats me.when our very own police are feeling cuts cuts cuts undermining their morale it's time someone sorted our British affairs.i have also got raging toothache but last time I needed an extraction I had to live on painkillers for a month.our local hospital is full to the gunnels with patients shipped out after surgery like cattle to wallow at home to sink or swim.its amazing a do ctor is never available for a fortnight but if a disabled person is trying to access benefits doctors are provided in droves to assess them....it's laughable.i don't think there is a politician alive to sort out our beloved country.if the population surges in the next decade we will be fighting for a loaf of bread..........it is quite depressing..........

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    1. Hey ho anon, forget about all the trials and tribulations and enjoy your holiday in wonderful Dartmouth. Reality will catch up up soon enough.

      If the electorate doesn't wake up to what LibLabCon have planned then our beloved country is doomed. It really is that simple.

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  47. Hey ho hey ho anon Back from my delightful foray into glorious Devon.Observed lots of property developers taking over in teignmouth creating lots of second holiday homes for London yuppies.The locals saying that local businesses are not benefitting from incomers as would be expected.Huge multi millionaire pads do not house local people eg nurses ,police firemen etc.but the rich influx still expect these services to be at their disposal.Had a Guinness in The Cherub pub at Darrmouth yum and fabulous fish suppers at the wonderful Palace Hotel Paignton.Back to the awful reality of my country going down like the whaling titanic in shark infested waters very slowly sinking under a pile of eu festering seaweed.Put on the news to hear another wrinkly has finally retired from Parliament but hey ho no doubt he will resurface in the care home with benefits The House of Lords.......Let's get them all out to pasture tending their busy lizzies and milking angoras ,cheese making ,kite flying,train spotting ,bird twitching anything but snoozing in those green leather chairs in the house of commons I sat in age 7 on a school trip.Lets give the young politicians a crack at the whip many who are studying in our universities but are working in mundane jobs.Yes get some of these oldsters in parliament out to grass they seem to think it is a lifetimes gravy train..................

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  48. Hey oh anon Yes let's get those tenacious greedy mandarin oldsters out of parliament once and for all and get new intelligent blood in the bloody place .They can't do any worse than the slippery Houdini olddddddd politicians scratching each others backs like silverback gorillas in power.Parliament is about greed ,jealousy and all vying for position like the little bullies always up front in the kindergarten.Does any of them really care about Britain???

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  49. Hey oh hey oh Meanwhile we are all expected to be content with endless trips searching for Easter bunnies and claggy Easter eggs while the rich get richer.We the masses must be content with our lot like delinquent school kids.No we are all coming out of the dolls house we want more,more from our parliament,more control over our blessed country ,more say and more respect for our 21st century intelligence,I other words we don't need to be taught to suck eggs.

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  50. Hey oh anon It came as quite a shock that net migration to uk is 300,000 per year.It is a frightening figure where are they going to be housed.Our own grown up kids are all living with us.They are never going to own their own homes are they...........The government wants to build 1000,s of houses on precious green belt.Imagine a future with no countryside,no space only a concrete jungle with pockets of green no doubt owned by the rich.Our roads are crammed here and road rage is escalating.Shops are emptied and supermarkets crammed with battling shoppers trying to grab what they can.The future is bleak you only have to open your eyes to see the disaster of eu membership with freedom of movement.

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    1. Hey Ho anon, it doesn't take much looking to see the disaster that has been LibLabCon. Our country is done for if the people refuse to wake up and alter their behavior.

      Our children will suffer the most because we have let them down with the choices we made in the past.

      The time is past for reflection, the time has come for action.

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  51. Hey ho anon the little grey men are once again in power god help us all.austerity,austerity,austerity but the rich will get even richer and the poor will lie in the streets.my advice to any young people is emigrate,emigrate,emigrate.and as Nigel ferage said as a wakeup call to all of us we have an open door to the entire eu population.We will be walking shoulder to shoulder on the street .there will be riots ,unrest even possible civil war in the future.The future for our children is frightening.Our country is on its knees..........

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  52. How is it possible after the kinnocks gravy train record aberavon could have voted Stephen kinnock as their representative in government it beggars belief....it certainly was the Night of the long knives .....we should all be in utter dispair,!!! Cleggs gone,farage gone,Milliband gone kinnock in. Help nausea overwhelms me. More jimmy choos for kinnocks wifey.....those kinnocks are the under the radar movers and shakers salting the money in the valleys of poor Aberavonnnnnnnn.

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  53. Kinnocks son claims to speak 5 languages fluently .....For the life of me there is nothing on line to support ths claim Perhaps kinnock could prove the point by engaging in conversation with a Russian ,spaniard,Dane etc on you tube to verify this claim unstaged of course. nostrovia kinnock,cheers cock.Lets see the proof of the proverbial linguistic pudding

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  54. Was it THE Kingmaker lord kinnock who pulled all the strings for junior how could the people of Aberavon be so deceived ....it seems there are cloned robot kinnocks as a man who has a danish prime minister for a wife 2 kiddie inks to get thro uni ,dinner parties clad in expensive silk outfits 5 languages to carouse around endless linguistic meeting how is the man juggling the desperate needs of Aberavon.is Aberavon just a springboard to the Brussels gravy train .sprouts to you mr kinnock junior we are having none of your Danish bacon on a spin

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  55. Just a little observation do you think young kinnock junior is Vladimir Putin with a facelift.......and the Danish pastry cook wife looks like she wouldn't know Aberavon from a spaceship 300000ft up poor Aberavonnnnnnnnn.

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  56. Yes dan there has been a little lull in my correspondence but I am Baaaaack with all guns blazing power to the people keep those blogs blogginating let's rout out these sponging snivelling money loving patronising linguistic Cambridge educated morph masters who think we are too busy eating humble pie and SPROUTS..........yes let's expose these kinnock slime shifters for what they are..........kinnock disease is flourishing once more give me a cushion and bed in a darkened room with a nightol I am having a nightmare

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  57. One kinnock two kinnock three kinnock four ,kinocoed kinnockitis my god this nightol has sent me into the depths of galloping kinnock disease ,malfunction ,malfunction shit it's another kinnock in Aberavon please wake me from this f---ing knightmare...hey oh hey oh Anon

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  58. Aaaaaaaarh that's better was it all a bad dream.......................

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  59. Oh dan lad you canna know what I suffer I've been KINNOCKED.........hand me a ginormous welsh pastie I'm havin a depressionnnn.

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  60. NIghtol. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz snore zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  61. Dan do some in depth investigation of Stephen kinnocks x consultancy Zynteo......looks like quango claptrap to me .....what is he and his wife helle thorning scmidts agenda. they look as out of place in aberavonnnnn as two coooookie z celebrities who are they,,,,,,,,,,,his acting debut on Russian tv is maybe as weird as his forays around south Wales.i really feel the people of south Wales are being used by two ambitious people who have the strangest marriage on the planet.he lived in Switzerland she lived in Copenhagen with 2 kiddies winks.suddenly they appear in south Wales .he walks the walk talks the talk but farts like a man on Brussels sprouts.thats just it he is useless to aberavon but why is he there with daddy grinning like a Cheshire cat what are they after its all very fishyyyyyyyyy

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  62. Has junior got his sights on millibands x job dan Jarvis was parachuted in fresh from the army to Barnsley oop north and is now apparently up for the labour leadership.Aaarh the rise and rise of these ambitious greasers never fails to knock me sideways.......the only thing is they have been rumbled by Cambrian dissenters.........the higher they go the bigger the fall ... Hey ho anon

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  63. Signing off today dan off to a gorgeous little pub in quiet pontefract the tap and barrell for a gourmet coffee................then a nice homemade haddock and spring onion fish cake and baked cheesy chips at cromwells cafe.....I need to divert myself. Pontefract is a lovely quiet town shops delightful people warm as can be. Not a politician in sight Xxxxxxhey ho happy days

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  64. I can stock up on haribos from pontefract haribo factory for my galloping kinnockitis hey ho

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  65. Dan when the people of Wales put Stephen kinnock on the search engine this blog needs to pop up .me being a computer virgin has made this impossible .we need as many people as possible to link in .many will be looking up information about him and this blog needs to pop up .please can you rectify this situation .......hey ho anon.

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  66. Isn't this the same Kinnock who muzzled the whistle blower some years ago? I was late in finding this site, but a Huge thank you for publishing.

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    1. Yes it is the very same Kinnock.

      Feel free to visit anytime

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  67. Thanks Daniel,
    Just been browsing the Trough on this link.
    http://www.parliament.uk/business/lords/whos-in-the-house-of-lords/house-of-lords-expenses/

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    1. You may want to look at a previous post on Baroness Udin

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    2. Do you have a link to that one Please.

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    3. http://cambriandissenters.blogspot.com/2012/11/baroness-uddin-justice-denied-by.html

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  68. Slightly off topic but have a look at page 25 on this link.
    http://www.parliament.uk/documents/lords-information-office/2013/house-of-lords-annual-report-2012-13.pdf

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    1. That's a lot of money to spend on crooks, drunks, crony's and general deadbeats. I can think of better things we could spend our hard earned money on.

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  69. Thank you for link Daniel. As to the deadbeats, The house sometimes only sits for 14 days, and these shysters earn in that time more than our local supermarket manager earns in a couple of months. Before the last election, we had a Labour party canvasser around, and when I explained that I would Not vote Labour citing Kinnocks wealth, he didn't believe me.

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    1. The are supposed to be champions of the working class. They are in fact all that is wrong with our political system.

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