UKIP Cllr who called care children ‘takers’ got state grants for his own children

As I said before, one rule for them and one for everyone else!

Pride's Purge

(not satire – it’s the UKIP!)

A UKIP councillor in Cambridgeshire who accused 3 children in care of being “takers from society” – to their faces – received state grants for 8 of his own 10 children to attend public school.

UKIP’s Cllr Gordon Gillick stood up in a meeting and aggressively asked three children who had made a film showing what it was like to grow up in care “Can you tell us: how does it feel to be takers from the system?

Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat councillors who were present at the meeting were so shocked they have written a cross-party letter of complaint about Gillick:

Words Fail Me

But amazingly I’ve discovered that Cllr Gillick is what he would call a ‘taker from the system’ too.

Gillick and his wife received state grants to send 8 of their own children to a local public school:


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ATOS Profit Of £40Million Last Year

This says it all doesn’t it really? A company paid by the government to eradicate the underclass of society; the sick, disabled, poor, vulnerable, low-paid and terminally ill. They are A GOVERNMENT CONTRACTED EXTERMINATION SQUAD!

Same Difference

This isn’t the sort of thing I usually post. I did not create this graphic. I spotted it on Facebook. But it does raise a question which should be spread far and wide, which is why I’m sharing it here.

Top bankers gave back their bonuses. How can we get ATOS bosses to do the same?

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I have found this little nugget of information from someone I know on Facebook and have re-printed here in full. It is David Cameron’s Pre-election Speech of 2010, his “Contract” as he calls it, with the people. This was BEFORE he won the election by the back door.

“We go into the general election on 6 May with trust in politics and politicians at an all-time low. And I can understand why: the years of broken promises, the expenses scandal, the feeling that politicians have become too remote from the people — they’ve all taken their toll.”

“That’s why I’m making this contract with you.”

“For too long, you’ve been lied to by politicians saying they can sort out all your problems. But it doesn’t work like that. Real change is not just about what the government does. Real change only comes when we understand that we are all in this together; that we all have a responsibility to help make our country better. This contract sets out my side of the bargain: the things I want to do to change Britain. But it also makes clear that I cannot do it on my own. We will only get our economy moving, mend our broken society and reform our rotten political system if we all get involved, take responsibility, and work together.”

“So this is our contract with you. I want you to read it and — if we win the election — use it to hold us to account. If we don’t deliver our side of the bargain, vote us out in five years’ time.”

“We will change politics.”

“Our political system needs to change. Politicians must be made more accountable, and we must take power away from Westminster and put it in the hands of people — individuals, families and neighbourhoods.”

“If you elect a Conservative government on 6 May, we will:”

  • Give you the right to sack your MP, so you don’t have to wait for an election to get rid of politicians who are guilty of misconduct.
  • Cut the number of MPs by ten per cent, and cut the subsidies and perks for politicians.
  • Cut ministers’ pay by five per cent, and freeze it for five years.
  • Give local communities the power to take charge of the local planning system and vote on excessive council tax rises.
  • Make government transparent, publishing every item of government spending over £25,000, all government contracts, and all local council spending over £500.
  • We will change the economy
  • Gordon Brown’s economic incompetence has doubled the national debt, given us record youth unemployment, and widened the gap between rich and poor.
  • Unemployment is still rising, and this year we will spend more on debt interest than on schools. We need to get our economy moving.

“If you elect a Conservative government on 6 May, we will:”

  • Cut wasteful government spending so we can stop Labour’s jobs tax, which would kill the recovery.
  • Act now on the national debt, so we can keep mortgage rates lower for longer.
  • Reduce emissions and build a greener economy, with thousands of new jobs in green industries and advanced manufacturing.
  • Get Britain working by giving unemployed people support to get work, creating 400,000 new apprenticeships and training places over two years, and cutting benefits for those who refuse work.
  • Control immigration, reducing it to the levels of the 1990s — meaning tens of thousands a year, instead of the hundreds of thousands a year under Labour.
  • We will change society.
  • We face big social problems in this country: family breakdown, educational failure, crime and deep poverty. Labour’s big government has failed; we will help build a Big Society where everyone plays their part in mending our broken society.

“If you elect a Conservative government on 6 May, we will:”

  • Increase spending on health every year, while cutting waste in the NHS, so that more goes to nurses and doctors on the frontline, and make sure you get access to the cancer drugs you need.
  • Support families, by giving married couples and civil partners a tax break, giving more people the right to request flexible working and helping young families with extra Sure Start health visitors.
  • Raise standards in schools, by giving teachers the power to restore discipline and by giving parents, charities and voluntary groups the power to start new smaller schools.
  • Increase the basic state pension, by relinking it to earnings, and protect the winter fuel allowance, free TV licences, free bus travel and other key benefits for older people.
  • Fight back against crime, cut paperwork to get police officers on the street, and make sure criminals serve the sentence given to them in court.
  • Create National Citizen Service for every 16 year old, to help bring the country together.

Name and Address: David Cameron, Conservatives, 30 Millbank, London SW1P 4DP

Now, I don’t know about you, but by looking at this he and his government have broken the terms of this contract and as such should be sacked and thrown out of office, as clearly they had no intention of keeping their promises at all. So come 2015 I would suggest that everybody uses their vote and gets rid of them – for good! After that they should all be tried at the International Criminal Court in The Hague for Crimes against Humanity! 

Coalition MPs: Taking All They Can, Giving Nothing Back

I found this on another blog called, and thought it so interesting I have posted  it in full here. In an Opposition Day debate yesterday, Labour put forward a motion to freeze household energy bills for 20 months which would take us up to the next election. The motion was defeated with the Government having a comfortable but not massive majority of 58.

We’re not surprised that Coalition MPs blocked the motion. However, we are very angry.

The full list of those who blocked the motion is here However, we’d like to draw attention to a specific number of MPs – the hypocritical Coalition ‘representatives’ who last week the Mirror revealed had put THEIR energy bills on expenses – yet who decided to vote against the freeze. These people have helped themselves to YOUR money to pay THEIR bills despite a £65,000 annual salary. Yet they are content to do nothing to stop private companies profiting from your misery.

Special mention must go to Nadhim Zawahi, King of the Two Faced. Surely he Tory MP who claimed a staggering £5822.27 for heating his 30 acre estate wouldn’t demonstrate such rank hypocrisy by voting against this motion…nope, he did!

Remember these names and take note of how much money they took for themselves – it is always important to know who your enemy is.

Mel Stride, Devon Central (£3,223.64)
Hugo Swire, Devon East (£3,198.61)
Elizabeth Truss, Norfolk South West (£2,579.67)
Graham Brady, Altrincham & Sale West (£2,158.65)
Maria Miller, Basingstoke (£2,011.00)
Christopher Chope, Christchurch (£1,531.31)
Henry Bellingham, Norfolk North West (£1,518.34)
Steve Brine, Winchester (£1,404.62)
Michael Fabricant, Lichfield (£1,210.68)
Paul Maynard, Blackpool North & Cleveleys (£1,204.61)
Douglas Carswell, Clacton (£1,185.26)
Cheryl Gillan, Chesham & Amersham (£1,134.80)
Laurence Robertson, Tewkesbury (£1,095.91)
Daniel Kawczynski, Shrewsbury & Atcham (£1,067.76)
Sir Richard Shepherd, Aldridge-Brownhills (£980.00)
Tim Yeo, Suffolk South, (£979.68)
Sir Gerald Howarth, Aldershot, (£971.78)
Nicholas Soames, Sussex Mid, (£932.72)
Andrew Mitchell, Sutton Coldfield (£854.22)
Nigel Adams, Selby & Ainsty (£853.30)
James Morris, Halesowen & Rowley Regis (£851.50)
Graham Evans, Weaver Vale (£824.43)
John Hayes, South Holland & The Deepings (£818.07)
Mark Harper, Forest of Dean (£787.91)
Sir Nick Harvey, Devon North (£741.00)
Mark Garnier, Wyre Forest (£723.20)
Mark Lancaster, Milton Keynes North (£705.61)
Marcus Jones, Nuneaton (£689.45)
Nick Boles, Grantham & Stamford (£673.05)
John Leech, Manchester Withington (£670.57)
Chris White, Warwick & Leamington (£652.56)
Richard Bacon, Norfolk South (£643.77)
Oliver Colville, Plymouth Sutton & Devonport (£639.62)
Amber Rudd, Hastings & Rye (£635.81)
Don Foster, Bath (£628.00)
John Thurso, Caithness, Sutherland & Easter Ross (£607.75)
Andrew George, St Ives (£593.05)
Simon Hart, Carmarthen West & Pembrokeshire South (£589.54)
Brian Binley, Northampton South (£586.19)
Stephen O’Brien, Eddisbury (£583.60)
David Nuttall, Bury North (£560.88)
Sir George Young, Hampshire North West (£541.30)
Jim Paice, Cambridgeshire South East (£529.03)
Tessa Munt, Wells (£523.20)
Daniel Poulter, Suffolk Central & Ipswich North (£508.61)
Jenny Willott, Cardiff Central (£490.84)
John Howell, Henley (£477.78)
Malcolm Bruce, Gordon (£474.00)
Roger Williams, Brecon & Radnorshire (£473.44)
Dr Sarah Wollaston, Totnes (£468.00)
Dan Byles, Warwickshire North (£450.89)
Guy Opperman, Hexham (£450.78)
Kenneth Clarke, Rushcliffe (£444.00)
Patrick McLoughlin, Derbyshire Dales (£443.54)
Chloe Smith, Norwich North (£438.16)
Andrew Jones, Harrogate & Knaresborough (£435.92)
Mark Menzies, Fylde (£434.72)
Harriett Baldwin, Worcestershire West (£428.23)
Nicola Blackwood, Oxford West & Abingdon (£421.24)
John Redwood, Wokingham (£414.44)
Owen Paterson, Shropshire North (£408.33)
Julian Lewis, New Forest East (£408.00)
Therese Coffey, Suffolk Coastal (£406.18)
James Wharton, Stockton South (£403.90)
Gary Streeter, Devon South West (£400.01)
Greg Knight, Yorkshire East (£394.83)
Ian Liddell-Grainger, Bridgwater & Somerset West (£394.45)
Heather Wheeler, Derbyshire South (£392.00)
Geoffrey Cox, Devon West & Torridge (£387.12)
Kris Hopkins, Keighley (£371.33)
Jack Lopresti, Filton & Bradley Stoke (£366.68)
Caroline Nokes, Romsey & Southampton North (£363.30)
Chris Pincher, Tamworth (£350.60)
John Whittingdale, Maldon (£341.23)
Justin Tomlinson, Swindon North (£336.62)
Mark Reckless, Rochester & Strood (£334.71)
Alec Shelbrooke, Elmet & Rothwell (£326.30)
Robert Goodwill, Scarborough & Whitby (£320.73)
Glyn Davies, Montgomeryshire (£297.08)
Stephen Crabb, Preseli Pembrokeshire (£286.24)
Duncan Hames, Chippenham (£284.87)
Jo Swinson, Dunbartonshire East (£284.85)
Dr Andrew Murrison, Wiltshire South West (£284.48)
Anne-Marie Morris, Newton Abbot (£274.86)
David Rutley, Macclesfield (£267.64)
Martin Vickers, Cleethorpes (£265.08)
Peter Bone, Wellingborough (£263.84)
Peter Lilley, Hitchin & Harpenden (£262.33)
Chris Skidmore, Kingswood (£260.14)
Graham Stuart, Beverley & Holderness (£246.71)
Simon Kirby, Brighton Kemptown (£244.84)
Stephen Gilbert, St Austell & Newquay (£242.79)
Nadine Dorries, Bedfordshire Mid (£235.68)
Robert Buckland, Swindon South (£234.92)
Gavin Williamson, Staffordshire South (£228.89)
Alun Cairns, Vale of Glamorgan (£225.39)
Tim Loughton, Shoreham & Worthing East (£221.18)
David Ruffley, Bury St Edmunds (£217.17)
David Morris, Morecambe & Lunesdale (£213.23)
Mike Weatherley, Hove (£212.85)
Julian Brazier, Canterbury (£210.00)
Norman Baker, Lewes (£208.31)
Jessica Lee, Erewash (£198.44)
Sir Alan Beith, Berwick-upon-Tweed (£195.46)
David Heath, Somerton & Frome (£192.96)
Julian Sturdy, York Outer (£183.34)
Simon Wright, Norwich South (£183.29)
Penny Mordaunt, Portsmouth North (£180.54)
Steve Webb, Thornbury & Yate (£172.59)
David Amess, Southend West (£155.53)
Jeremy Wright, Kenilworth & Southam (£153.75)
Neil Parish, Tiverton & Honiton (£151.65)
Gordon Birtwistle, Burnley (£149.23)
Ed Vaizey, Wantage (£144.00)
Andrew Bingham, High Peak (£142.12)
Ben Wallace, Wyre & Preston North (£139.24)
Adrian Sanders, Torbay (£130.38)
Greg Clark, Tunbridge Wells (£129.60)
Sir Menzies Campbell, Fife North East (£127.06)
Aidan Burley, Cannock Chase (£124.31)
John Pugh, Southport (£121.08)
Julian Huppert, Cambridge (£120.59)
Charlotte Leslie, Bristol North West (£120.06)
Brandon Lewis, Great Yarmouth (£102.23)
Andrew Stephenson, Pendle (£100.74)
Sir Alan Haselhurst, Saffron Walden (£90.20)
Mark Pawsey, Rugby (£81.00)
Michael Crockart, Edinburgh West (£71.27)
Michael Ellis, Northampton North (£70.27)
Mark Hoban, Fareham (£69.00)
Sir Robert Smith, Aberdeenshire West & Kincardine (£66.62)
Neil Carmichael, Stroud (£63.00)
Matthew Hancock, Suffolk West (£48.84)
Andrew Stunell, Hazel Grove (£41.85)
Stuart Andrew, Pudsey (£41.13)
Andrew Bridgen, Leicestershire North West (£36.53)
Annette Brooke, Dorset Mid & Poole North (£35.67)
Andrew Turner, Isle of Wight (£30.01)
Stephen Williams, Bristol West (£29.88)
Ian Swales, Redcar (£21.32)

If you are unfortunate enough to have any of these people as your representatives, you might consider writing them a letter asking them to explain how they intend to help those struggling to pay their bills and make mention of both their claim and their vote in this matter!


Government releases propaganda blog on

I have just found out about this from Sue Marsh on her blogsite (diaryofabenefitscrounger) and also bobchewie, so the credit goes to the both of them. They mentioned that the government has opened up a blog on wordpress to counter bloggers such as vox political, the void, pride’s purge and many others. Here is the link:-

The whole purpose of this site is to spout off propaganda about “scroungers” as they like to call us. This site has to be shut down. Is there anyway we can get a petition going to make this happen. This is similar to what  the Nazis did in the second World War. It must be stopped! I will be getting in touch with 38 degrees and to see about the possibility of setting one up.

Please Sign this Petition to stop this and Share with many thanks


Today is the 5th of November, and anyone who knows history will remember the infamous Gunpowder Plot of 5th November 1605, where Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators planned to blow up the Palace of Westminster with the King and his government inside. Over 400 years later on 5th November 2013 across the world, people were staging The Million Mask March, a march against the governments of the world in protest at what they are doing to their respective countries. My fiancée and I have been watching the live streams coming through on websites such as and for example.

As we were watching, we saw one lady who appeared to be in her 50s-60s recovering with the help of someone after the police had knocked her over in their efforts to cordon off and “kettle” the people into a small area in which to hold them and possibly interrogate and humiliate them. The resulting riot and chase was instigated by the police, NOT the protestors. They were there to hold a peaceful rally, the rules that stated that if the police tried to get aggressive they were to turn around, remain silent and pass it on. Unfortunately the police lost it and started chasing the protestors after some appeared to throw fireworks at Buckingham Palace, while the Queen was in residence, even though most of them had done anything wrong, they were just expressing their constitutional right to assembly. The police, or hired thugs in uniform – take your pick! decided to try and “kettle” the protestors into a smaller area, similar to putting too many animals in a cage. The police regarded the protestors as inferior to them, when they are anything but.

From what my fiancée and I saw, there was no need for the police to react the way they did at all. It was a peaceful protest. The police changed the rules when they started putting on their riot gear and batons. The police have now become Cameron’s new private army and if anyone criticises him or the government, he can have them arrested.

The Fascist State of Great Britain has arrived! The real leader of this country is not the Queen. It is actually Prime Minister, or should I say Chancellor, David Cameron and his henchmen, otherwise known as the government and his puppet army The Metropolitan Police!