Cummins. Cummins. Cummins. All about Brexit.

I’m loving how the BBC are getting their knickers in a twist over Cummins. It’s fabulous. Hope he stays and really pisses them off.

The BBC, corp media, parliament, civil service et al loathe Cummins.
Why? He’s an interesting chap. He seems to represent Brexit, which I want!
The establishment and central corporate eco-fascist banking system from the BIS down hate Brexit.

Neil Funguson’s computer models were proving a failure; and the lock down even negligent? His lover scandal a convenient excuse to get rid of him. He had become an an embarrassment. Computer models? Climate, same crap. When will we learn?

Cummins? I don’t know.
Corp media, the pharmaceutical corps, the €U? I bloody know them!

Technocracy doth creep upon us. No thanks!

Covid-1984 could have some lovely unintended consequences.

Arsenal! Bring back football with crowds. Sod the lock down. Go out and enjoy the healthy sun!

Ned Pamphilon

  • John Farr I’ve had to switch off the talk radio stations for now as it’s all about Cummings, Cummings, Cummings, Cummings. Of course we all know why; the anti-Brexit brigade are shouting the loudest and Cummings is of course a key player in Brexit plans.Not much shouting done when Stephen Kinnock drove from Wales to London on March 28th….

    Boris Johnson’s under-fire chief adviser Dominic Cummings squashed a plan to delay Britain’s true Brexit day which was “all but agreed” while he and the Prime Minister were “laid out on their sickbeds”.

    Cummings, resented by much of the media establishment and the “deep state” for his role in the Vote Leave campaign and open disdain for journalists and bureaucrats, is currently the subject of a media circus over allegations he broke lockdown rules by travelling from London to Durham so his family could look after his young child if he and his wife were incapacitated by their coronavirus infections.

    Cummins and Ram Truck celebrate production of the 3-millionth Cummins engine


5 Responses to “Cummins. Cummins. Cummins. All about Brexit.”

  1. Tom74 says:

    A public official who breaks the rules set by his own boss has to resign, no question.
    The British public deserve much better than pondlife like Cummings, so he would be no loss.

  2. Tapestry says:

    If you don’t mind pondlife from the EU running the country…at least he’s our pondlife.

  3. pete fairhurst says:

    Cummings has got balls whatever else you say about him. He may be pondlife but which of them isn’t? Brexit was about freedom from the Brussels technocrats as much as anything wasn’t it. Who wants those creeps running the show? Not me

    The thing about Cummings is that he is effective, which is more than can be said for most of the rest of them. He nailed Brexit. He nailed the Labour heartlands in the GE. He is important for Boris who is understandably loath to let him go, he’s got a poisoned chalice as it is. He needs allies like Cummings, hes got plenty of enemies it seems

    The enemy to watch is Mark Sedwill, Head of the Civil Service, Head of the Cabinet office and Head spook, all at the same time, unprecedented! According to UK Column and John Ward at The Slog then Sedwill is anti Brexit and is on the inside of the tent but still pissing into the tent [a la LBJ]

  4. Aldous says:

    Just a thought but is Cummings being ‘ever so clever’ in exposing the Coronahoax and Lockdown/House Arrest/Financial Vandalism/Democide for the absolute fraud and theft/mass murder that it is?
    Is this why BoJo is irrationally backing him to the hilt?
    Cummings would have known that he would probably be spotted and possibly went out of his way to be seen.
    The fact that Cameron (allegedly) once referred to Cummings as a ‘career psycopath’ should make one suspicious that Cummings’ pro-Brexit credentials have made him a marked man.

  5. Tapestry says:

    Maybe it was Sedwill who had something popped into Boris’ tea.

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