Europe For Democracy

Europe’s latest album ‘Walk the Earth’ is brilliant. There’s a song on it called Kingdom United. Here’s the lyrics.

“At Runnymede the Barons came
To force King John to bend his knee
They made him sign his life away
And so was born Democracy
From Agincourt to Waterloo
Each battle fought to keep us free
With every passing year it grew
The flower of sweet Democracy

Now those words like History will fade
On ancient parchment faint to see
And as we sign our lives away
Then so will die Democracy
From the Meadows to the towns
Flags will all be taken down
And on the horizon we will see
The sunset of Democracy “

“And as we sign our lives away
Then so will die Democracy”
What on Earth could they be talking about

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Response to Ipswich Labour Article in Ipswich Flyer

Ipswich Labour say,

Ipswich is an excellent place to start and continue a business


Yeah, that’s why I’m moving mine to Woodbridge.

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Staylinist Rally in Woodbridge Pub

A group of Lib Dems Staylinist campaigners, meet at a pub in Woodbridge, twice a month.

The group believe that democracy can be usurped and meet in the Cherry Tree twice a month to plot against the will of the people taking place, and plan events to spread their execrable opinions.

You can watch the Brexit Bashing Corporation’s video of them in all their whimsical glory here.

One of them said,

I wanted to be with like minded people so I could feel better about the whole thing

Naturally this is because Lib Dem types like nothing better than an echo chamber. These are the kind of people who love diversity while having nothing to do with anyone who isn’t white, middle class and has the same dozy opinions.

Another one said,

The debate hasn’t gone away and we haven’t gone away, so primarily it’s to come together to give each other support.

Look mate, the debate is over. You lost!

Suffolk Coastal: 41,966 Leave. 37,218 Remain. 47% Remain. 53% Leave!

David Campbell Bannerman says,

Give it a break, come on.  Let’s all work together, get a great trade deal and enjoy the benefits of that.

Absolutely right David. But we must remember that Lib Dem types like echo chambers. This is why during the referendum campaign in Ipswich the Saint Margaret’s ward residents association Ipswich Lib Dems refused to work with Ipswich Labour and Conservatives In.

I am pleased to say that this group is not representative of Woodbridge as a whole. If you went in some other pubs in Woodbridge people have far more sensible opinions.

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Stupid things Alasdair Ross has said this Week

Earlier in the week, somebody commented asking me to  do one last Stupid things Alasdair Ross has said this Week before I leave Ipswich. So here it is. There hasn’t been many stupid things said by the Author of the dRoss Blog this week, but there was this.

Though this is true, it’s a bit stupid because if Corbyn’s Momentum henchtrots get full control of Ipswich Labour the idiots would deselect him.

Then there was this

This is stupid for the same reason as his previous tweet. Momentum henchtrots do not like any criticism of their plastic messiah.

Then there was this

This is stupid because it was a serious question about why protocol was not being followed and a labour councillor claiming protocol to be guidelines rather than rules.  It was also stupid because, in the council chamber, Labour councillors are often petty and rude including last Wednesday.

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A Retraction

Here on my report of the Full Council Meeting, I referred to Councillor for Labour, Shelly Darwin as a ‘Corbynista’ Considering what I have said about Corbynistas in the past, though Shelly supports Corbyn, it is clear to me that her politics are driven by what she believes is best for the community rather than by a hatred of Tories and people who disagree with her. So after some reflection I have deleted the word ‘Corbynista’ Hopefully no needless offence was caused. If so, I apologise.

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Adnams Faces Broadside from Ipswich Fans

Suffolk brewer Adnams has praised the Budgies on Twitter. You would think that the most fleeting Explorer to East Anglia would know better but it appears that as they are  based in Southwold where hardly any local people live and second home owners are as numerous as the Shingle Shells along the Blackshore, they know Jack about local sensitivities and therefore ended up getting into a Triple Knot facing a Broadside on Twitter from Town fans and as a blogger looking for a target, I thought Tally ho.

According to the Morning Ipswich Star here,

a campaign to provoke interest in Ghost Ship beer with a character called “Ghostie” that was travelling around Norwich on Saturday.

That said: Did you work out the final #FindGhostie clue? The answer is the Carrow Road Stadium – home to the mighty @NorwichCityFC Find Ghostie and the@AdnamsNR1 team there between 2pm and 2.30pm today to pick up some free Adnams goodies.

They called the Budgies mighty. Considering  Norwich are planning a Great Get together on the anniversary of losing to Inter at home and Norwich has no stars above their badge, Inter has a Sole Star and the mighty Ipswich has three, Ipswich Town’s superiority shines like a Lighthouse.

Ipswich fans ire has started to Ease up after a Mosiac of apologies from the brewer.



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The Regressive Left


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