Name That Tory. Party disintegrating by the day.


In another few months there won’t be much Conservative Party left.   The whole thing’s cracking open. There will be a race to be nominated as the joint ticket candidate, at all levels.  UKIP Conservative.

  Cameron’s credibility is finished.

 UKIP are not far away from overtaking the Conservative vote.  It won’t be long before talk of referendums will be ‘last year’.  Straightforward withdrawal will become the new rallying cry.

The Independent today

The UK Independence Party is on 19 per cent, the highest share recorded by any pollster, in a ComRes poll for tomorrow’s The Independent on Sunday, shared with the Sunday Mirror. Labour, on 35 per cent, have the lowest vote share in a ComRes poll since October 2010, and its lead has fallen to six points.
Con        29% (-1)
Lab         35% (-3)
UKIP       19% (+4)
Lib Dem     8% (0)
Others     9% (0)

(Change since the last ComRes online poll in mid-April.)
The Martin Baxter calculator, now refined to account for UKIP, suggests that Labour would win a majority of 74 seats (although UKIP would win none). Note that ComRes’s UKIP vote share in the recent local elections was within 0.7 points of the result.*

The links in the post above have been shortened and don’t work, here are the same links that do work.

The 2012 elections results with a resounding Labour victory.

The 2013 election on Friday, where UKIP overturned Labour. 

POST from Guardian

David Cameron ally: Tory activists are mad, swivel-eyed loons
Senior Tory made remarks in response to question about MPs who voted for EU referendum amendment in Queen’s speech.

The publication of remarks made by a senior Tory about ‘mad, swivel-eyed loons’ is an embarassment for David Cameron. Photograph: Brendan Mcdermid/Reuters
Downing Street is wrestling with a dilemma over how to respond after a close ally of David Cameron was alleged to have described Tory activists as “mad, swivel-eyed loons”.
In remarks immediately seized on by Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, the senior Tory said that the party’s MPs have to rebel against the leadership because they face pressure from hardline associations.
Farage, who knows the identity of the Tory, tweeted: “If you are a Conservative supporter who believes in Ukip ideas then your party hates you. Come and join us.”
The senior Tory made the remarks – in earshot of journalists – after being asked about the decision of 116 Tory MPs to defy the prime minister and vote in favour of an amendment regretting the absence of a EU referendum in the Queen’s speech.
The Conservative said: “It’s fine. There’s really no problem. The MPs just have to do it because the associations tell them to, and the associations are all mad, swivel-eyed loons.”
Downing Street faced pressure on Friday evening because the Tory has been well known to the prime minister for many years and is due to play a significant role in the party’s preparations for the general election. The Times, Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mirror, who all reported the remarks and who know the identity of the Tory, declined to name the senior member of the prime minister’s circle.
The publication of the remarks, which were made during the week while the prime minister was in the US, is particularly embarrassing for Cameron. They come after No 10 aides expressed fury with Philip Hammond, the defence secretary, who criticised the government for devoting so much time to the gay marriage legislation.
Downing Street aides are relaxed about Tory MPs, including ministers, voicing opposition to gay marriage because it is a free vote. But they felt that the defence secretary crossed a line when he criticised No 10 for devoting so much parliamentary time to the issue. This was regarded as a deeply hostile act and fed suspicions that Hammond is looking to become chancellor in a post- Cameron government or even to make a play for the Tory leadership.
But No 10 has a more immediate crisis after the name of the Tory who criticised Tory activists was running in Westminster circles on Friday evening. The senior figure is expected to be named on Saturday.
Downing Street, which knows the name of the Tory, declined to comment on Friday evening. But Farage is planning to exploit the embarrassment when the Tory is named.
The Ukip leader is planning to say: “This person is an excellent recruiting sergeant for Ukip. If constituency chairman or district chairmen of the local Conservative associations feel uncomfortable, now is a good time to leave the party.
“These comments and Ken Clarke’s description of Ukip as clowns shows the contempt they have. They even hate their own side. There will be a warm pint of bitter awaiting those who come over.”
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7 Responses to “Name That Tory. Party disintegrating by the day.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    The sad thing is people are pissed off with Cameron and so will vote Labour next time. The endless cycle. We don’t need that stupid Zionist/Communist idiot Red Ed Miliband in.

    Yet people fall for the Lib/Lab/Con Left/Right paradigm.

    Of course, whoever gets in next time will be decided at Bilderberg next month.

    That formality of ‘elections’ is just to fool the public into thinking they have some degree of democracy.

    As Stalin quite rightly said: ”It’s not the votes that count. It’s who counts the votes.”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, As they say, nothing in politics happens by chance.
    The Miliband family is a strange kettle of fish.
    They ran away from the Communist Russians, then went to Belgium and ran away from the Nationalist Germans and came to England.
    Then sent Ed to be educated in America ,then sent David to work in America.
    Thus clearing the decks for a clear run for Ed to be the Bilderberger sponsored Prime Minister.
    Why can we never have an English Prime minister, it’s always Foreigners.

  3. Road_Hog says:

    I’m a traditional Tory. I believe in capitalism, but not what we have now, which is corporatism and globalism. I also believe in sovereign nations and protected borders, not mass unfettered immigration.

    I despise Cameron and his followers, I didn’t vote Tory in 2010 because of Cameron and the way he reneged on his cast iron guarantee. I could see back then, that he was a man lacking in substance. I’ve been voting UKIP in the EU elections since 2004 and they got my vote in the GE in 2010 and will continue to do so.

    It’s had to get a fag paper between the big three parties, they’ve all sold themselves out to trans national corporations and the elites.

    Quite frankly, I hope the Tories go into melt down, I despise them and they are not Tories.

    As for the previous commenter, I doubt Labour will get in, they are still remember for the chaos they caused and Milipede does not have charisma like Tony Blair, which is what got Labour elected in 1997.

  4. Tapestry says:

    The news is that there are still Tories in the Tory Party. They have lost control to the ‘modernisers’ but could get it back again via an alliance with UKIP.

  5. Road_Hog says:

    I wonder if Cameron or Milipede for that matter, noticed that UKIP took a council seat in Rawmarsh, Rotherham on Friday, a staunch Labour heartland?

    Here you can see the 2012 election results, with a crushing Labour win, which gives you an idea of the voting make up.…cil_election_results/11

    And here is the result from Friday.…rsh_by-election_results

    Cameron et al, you’re not listening.

    Signed sincerely,


    A mad, swivel eyed loony

    PS Joyce Thacker, we’re coming for you and your Common Purpose mates.

  6. Road_Hog says:

    The links in the post above have been shortened and don’t work, here are the same links that do work.

    The 2012 elections results with a resounding Labour victory.

    The 2013 election on Friday, where UKIP overturned Labour.

  7. Anonymous says:

    @ Anon 7:35pm

    ”Why can we never have an English Prime minister, it’s always Foreigners.”

    Define ‘English’ now… Labour made sure our culture was decimated with mass-immigration and it’s been happening all over the world too. Our politicians are practically all friends of Israel… not friends of England, don’t forget.

    Under Bilderberg/Globalist plans, there will eventually be no ‘England’ or ‘Germany’ or ‘France’, etc.. Europe will eventually be divided into sectors/zones.

    Most of our politicians are allied not to their country they reside in, but the globalist/new world order structure. One world, one currency, one government, etc. They are doing it slowly so not to attract attention but have speeded up in recent years due to mass awakening of the populace.

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