The UK is literally mad. Leave, say the English Democrats.

Ukrainians Caught Trying to Sabotage Russian Nuke Plant; Putin says “Trained by British” – for whom “There will be consequences”

“Vladimir Putin today warned Britain of ‘serious consequences’ and said Prime Minister Rishi Sunak ‘doesn’t understand’ the risks after the UK’s special forces tried to disrupt Russian nuclear power plants.

President Putin said that Britain’s elite forces were training Ukrainian troops on how to damage atomic power plants in Russia. The Russian President declared dire consequences for the UK while admitting his words would be interpreted as ‘nuclear blackmail.’


Teds – the UK is lost to world government Neocon madness.  England must leave.  Be Free Another Thousand Years.  The Teds.

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9 Responses to “The UK is literally mad. Leave, say the English Democrats.”

  1. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Yes all our western so called “leaders” are literally insane. This becomes more and more obvious with each passing year

    The big problems that the Teds surely have though are these:

    First, without English subsidy then, where would the Scots, N Irish and Welsh be? Up the proverbial creek without a paddle. So how could those so called “devolved” nations possibly vote to break up the uk? They surely won’t

    An far bigger problem is the Crown and the City of London. Isn’t it they who really call the shots here in UK? Parliament is surely subservient to them both. The Remembrancer sits next to the speaker to keep him in check for the City doesn’t he

    I’m not referring to the monarch, Charlie sausage fingers 3, either when I say the Crown but the entity that is called the Crown. It’s partner in crime is the City of London which is not even part of the UK. Can we even definitely tell the Crown and the City apart?

    I can’t possibly imagine how the Teds will deal with these very very powerful forces?

  2. Tapestry says:

    Slavery is downhill, Pete. Freedom is uphill. Sure the mountain is big. We just keep walking. The higher you go, the better the view. Stay Free Another 1000 Years. Details are good for lawyers to work over, but your heart knows where it should go.

  3. ian says:

    English subsidies paid for by Scottish Gas?

    • pete fairhurst 2 says:

      Hi Ian, good to see you back. Been quiet here without you 🙂

      Anything under the seabed in the Kingdom is first owned by the Crown isn’t it. They allow “concessions” to the corporations. Then the gas itself is owned by corporations once they have extracted it under those concessions. So how is it ever Scottish? Or English for that matter

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        The Crown owns all minerals under the ground in the Kingdom. This is one small part of what I was alluding to in my first comment

        • ian says:

          Yes Pete, I don’t doubt it. For some strange reason, I feel protective towards Scotland. It’s really a tiny country in terms of usable land. I remember the fight over the Oil and Gas fields. My family are mixed from both sides of the Border and though I have only ever lived in Scotland albeit by just a mile, I was born in England because that was where the hospital was. I’m sure you’re correct.

          • pete fairhurst 2 says:

            My maternal grandfather was from Westmoreland, Cumbria now, who moved south to Lancashire in 1913. So I have borders blood myself Ian. A deeply moral person and a wonderful man, full of goodness, respected by everyone who knew him. My guiding light of my life tbh

            County of Westmorland
            At the time of Domesday Book in 1086, the county did not exist; half was considered to form part of Yorkshire and the other half as part of Scotland.

  4. Belyi says:

    I did leave for the final time in 1997 and have no plans to go back.