A question for Andrea Leadsom, Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn & Angela Eagle


Why is this libidinous hypocrite deciding the fate of 3.2 million cheated female State pensioners?


Me22616FOUR FRONTRUNNERS & A FONE FORNICATOR. Oh how we laughed. I find it easy to laugh at Stephen Crabb, because he is a ridiculously overpromoted showboater. But the fact that he is in the DWP job and ignoring the shame of a country that leaves its senior citizens destitute is no laughing matter at all. Establishment self-love, ideological constipation and two Parties held aloft by a 15th century voting system put him there. The havenots are stirring from their motheaten sofas. The Slog explains why time is running out for destitute Waspis…and for the system that embezzled their birthright.

When it emerged over the weekend that Secretary of State Stephen Crabb had been playing away via his mobile phone – sex-texting a woman  ‘he used to work with’ and boasting of his imagined Alpha genes – I confess I was one of those who took to Facebook and Twitter to celebrate his discomfiture with other like-minded people who inhabit Britain’s despairing decency sector.

Quite a few of us have been on the case of this obnoxious man for some time – his overt sanctimony, his portable Christian pulpit, his ill-mannered pomposity, his way with expenses, his alleged interests and his disturbing mother fixation – because the Crabbs of this world personify the ego-before-citizen-fulfilment cancer that permeated our econo-political life many decades ago.

Taking over at the DWP following Duncan-Smith’s resignation, he ignored every entreaty of female pensioners left in the mire by the political class. The Westminster wasters promised them a pension at 60, then made risible last-minute attempts to rectify their inability to live up to it. Disgustingly, they and several fellow-travellers in the media then engaged in kack-handed attempts to blame the women involved.

Basking in the inglorious nature of such calumny, Crabb swanned into a Select Committee soon after his appointment to confirm that – in his somewhat bizarre view – these cheated pensioners has been “breezing through life without paying attention”.

Well, now our revenge is sweet: Stephen talks holy, but there are huge holes in his cloak of  morality. Self-styled devout Christians of my experience do not hire their wives (already with demanding fulltime jobs at the Alliance Française) as secretaries for which the taxpayer must cough up; they do not fudge about where they live to avoid tax; they do not run oddly configured companies from their constituency offices; and they do not tell those who are not their wives that they want to “kiss them all over”.

I would imagine lunch was a tad frosty at Chateau Crabb yesterday. But Stephen Crabb is an insignificant man, and there are far bigger issues involved here than his cartoon, engorged ambitions. In typical swaggering fashion – having entered a Tory leadership contest he could not hope to win – Crabb announced that he was throwing the full weight of his piddling support behind Theresa May. They call it sucking up to the perceived winner in some circles: I couldn’t possibly comment.

The fact is that the votes he got went where they pleased, but my point here is not that Mr Crabb is a buffoon: that requires no insight at all. What I’d like to know is how he got into a suit 16 times too big for him in the first place.

There are myriad factors, and they all stink.

  1. In 2010, Ed Balls’s childish, ill-mannered  and generally oafish behaviour at a potential LibDem/Lab coalition meeting after the Election screwed any chance of a deal between Brown and Clegg. The Camerclegg Coalition came to power on high hopes and low cunning. Since then Britain’s disastrous economy has been further ruined.
  2. Labour then chose to elect Ed Miliband, a MetroLabour luvvie, and the same yob Balls as Shadow Chancellor. They landed not a single punch on Camerlot, ran a pathetic and gimmic-riddled election campaign, and gifted – with just 25% of the vote – a majority to the most incompetent and callous British Government since 1830.
  3. Labour’s drift away from its own pauperised core vote acted as a massive catalyst for the rise of Nigel Farage’s UKip, as bewildered and desperate citizens watched a Party whose inflexible obsession with minority issues had left them facing an avenging Conservative administration hellbent on the destruction of all the structures there to help those without homes and jobs. All talk of immigration control was dismissed as bigoted racism. All the EU’s bullying illegality was ignored.
  4. During this five-year farrago, Camerlot and the Ed Miller Band did what all British leaders now do: ensure only pale, mediocre MP clones of themselves are either elected or promoted. With his ‘holy man made good’ image and crass Grant Shapps view of life, Stephen Crabb was one of these. Thanks to both Labour and the Conservatives’ underestimation of Citizen frustration with EU largesse, pc and Osterity, UKip grew in stature.
  5. The result was a referendum mishandled (thankfully) by the Tories – and halfheartedly supported by a newly-elected Jeremy Corbyn who had been bashed into proEU/TTIP line by Fat Labour….every one of whom had been wrong-footed by Corbyn’s brilliant leadership campaign following the 2015 Election shambles.
  6. As ranks first split and then closed for the EU referendum on membership, Iain Duncan-Smith resigned, and Crabb got the job. Throughout the period before then, however, opposition to the SPA reforms for women were woefully mishandled by all concerned. Most guilt here has to fall onto the hunched shoulders of Labour’s pinched goblin activists. As always, their obsessions didn’t stretch to the destitute among those silly enough either to vote Conservative in Britain, or dislike the EU in Greece.

So here we are after sixty-three years of promises, lies, evasion, fudge and then wriggle when it comes to kicking the State pension can down the road. A bellied Welsh laughing stock is ignoring the victims, and both Parties are torn asunder while engaging in yet more lies, promises and spun accusations.

Britain’s élites – perhaps we should drop the ‘e’ and call them lites – do not grasp the dangerous depth of anger and feelings of being disrespected that this has evoked among those victims. To make a group of women whose core age range is around 58-64 more militant than the young jobless takes some doing…..but the current Establishment has managed it with ease.

Of the four people standing for the two most important constitutional offices in the land, three are women. The only one of the four who’s shown any willingness to engage with the soi-disant ‘Waspi’ movement is the one bloke, Corbyn, who is being shafted for the leadership by a woman who hasn’t. The other two approve of the Crabb position.

The two most popular MPs in Parliament after Kate Hoey – Denis Skinner and Mhairi Black – have engaged magnificently. To the best of my knowledge, Hoey hasn’t….although she was snowed under by her bravura Brexit performance.

We come back full circle to the current anarchic mess that is British politics.

The Prime Minister has resigned, and flounced off in a huff but he’s still in Number Ten.

The Two Top Tory totties currently support the impoverishment of their gender that resulted from political irresponsibility and Whitehall greed. (Those bureaucrats not meeting Waspis have unfunded pensions seventeen times those of female State pensioners)

Angela Eagle – a tub-thumping feminist – has no recorded view about it.

Labour’s former Minister for Women has offered not one jot of support.

And the decision is being delegated to a philandering misogynist.

3.2 million decent and ordinary British women, whose views, lives and behaviours largely predate feminism (radical or otherwise) are being ignored by ideologist nitwits and spivvy chancers. They are not a sexy enough cause for Labour, and their lack of clout recommended them as a perfect target for the Tories.

Waspi women are at the sharp end of the current British malaise, but they are only part of it. They are just one of many dishevelled and desperate British tribes forgotten by the political Establishment: the very people who, post Referendum analysis shows, voted most solidly to kick Brussels and Whiteminster up the backside….and received as their reward a blistering attack of malign misrepresentation from Labour’s New Mainstream.

But at last, the decent and disenfranchised backbone from both genders in myriad class and ethnic groups is beginning to stiffen. Normally stoical faces are become angry. The forgotten are fighting back.

Whatever the 48% think, three weeks ago the Brexiteers kicked out Cameron, pushed away bullying Brussels, and doomed the career of the EU President. It is as simple as that: the losers need to get over it, and the politicians need to take notice of it.

The 52% are far from done yet; and within their midst, militant, furious and illegally treated 1950s-60s born women are ready to make the next move.

Today – and for as many tomorrows as it takes – they are asking genuinely existential questions of the pampered whores of Whiteminster.

And joint-top of the list this Monday morning are these from the crack Waspi-sting group: who will get rid of this unpleasant, uncaring and untrustworthy clown in charge of the Department of Work and Pensions? Will the Opposition pile in to support them with more than one debate, and if so when? Will either of the Conservative leadership hopefuls think again about the stupid and abusive SPA formula for foul play?

The Stingers are waiting. Impatiently.



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24 thoughts on “A question for Andrea Leadsom, Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn & Angela Eagle

  1. I think the question you need to ask is how the big corporations got the House of Commons, the Treasury and HMRC so house-trained that they could avoid hundreds of billions of pounds in taxation payments the past 16 years yet still retain an iron grip on policy making in the UK?

    This whole problem comes down to not bringing in the corporate tax revenues so needing to cut elsewhere.

    Try turning your fire on the CEOs of Google, Microsoft, Vodafone etc etc. Look at their salaries and pension pots, they make the civil servants’ ones pale into insignificance. Look at Rupert Murdoch’s UK tax arrangements and how he controls 10 Downing Street. Why is he allowed to?

    Ask why the mainstream journalists aren’t running this story like they ran MPs’ expenses. Isn’t it sexy enough for them? Or is the redressing of grievance less of a priority than sticking knives into someone??

    This goes far further and far deeper than Stephen Crabb.

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  2. This article just about sums it all up about the “lite” looking after the “lite”, Goldman-Sachs, the very same vampire squid that assisted the Greek government in deceiving the E.U. about the true financial status of the Greek state, is now organising a payback non-job for services rendered to an ex E.U. commission president, a man who was a total disaster as the Prime Minister of Portugal and then just like all the other political deadbeats throughout Europe, ended up at the E.U., where he was again an ineffectual failure as the E.U. commission president, I wonder what favours could possibly have been arranged for G-S to warrant the expenditure of this amount of money.
    He should donate his ludicrous salary (payback), to the people of Portugal who have been impoverished and by his political incompetence and misdeeds.


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  3. So, whats really happening behind the media’s ‘hollywood gossip column’ style smoke screen :-

    1. Secretive, cross party, quango’s and ‘commitees’ are cobbling together an inny/outy, deal with the EU. Your vote is irrelevant.

    2. In an effort to protect whatever bribes the americans have previously promised, Secretive, cross party, quango’s and committee’s will be signing us up to the TTIP/TSIP/CAFTA/NAFTA Neo-fascist agenda under cover of a media blackout. Expect Osbourne to do this in the next couple of days. Your vote will not be required.

    3. The WASPI’s will continue to be ignored by our ‘democratic’ government and our independant media in the hope that the will simply go away and die without finding out who stole the muneeeeee and which MP’s got bribed.

    4. The members of ‘our’ democratic government Llc. who were promised bribes to sign us up to the US Global Reich Agenda will collect huge bribes, laundered through the usual medium of dodgy offshore companies and ”Lucrative speaking tours” of the USA.

    5. Business as usual, nothing changed.

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  4. KJH 7:23 am Probably not an ideal candidate then, but the lesser of two evils. I tend to evaluate them both by the way the bbc and the press report on them, the most scorned being the better choice for the country rather than the establishment.
    For what it’s worth I’m highly suspicious that Rachel Sylvester’s questioning line on Leadsom was a set up.

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  5. I love the The Slog and I really enjoy all your articles John. As a 1956 born woman I am grateful for your support of WASPI. We are really trying hard to get our voices heard but it is difficult as DWP is constantly slamming the door in our faces and not listening to our pleas. We will not give in though as we are very angry we just have to figure out what we should do next.


  6. Well that’s pissed on the chips. What happens now, does May get the laurels unopposed or does the third choice drop out come back into the game?


  7. Mrs May’s coronation appears complete. So much for letting the Great Unwashed have a vote……

    I wonder what the ‘selling offer’ currently is for paying to join the Conservative Party?

    I hope it doesn’t include: ‘helping to select Conservative Prime Ministers’…..


  8. Self-styled devout Christians of my experience do not hire their wives (already with demanding full time jobs at the Alliance Française) as secretaries for which the taxpayer must cough up; they do not fudge about where they live to avoid tax; they do not run oddly configured companies from their constituency offices; and they do not tell those who are not their wives that they want to “kiss them all over”.

    They don’t? They do in my experience!


  9. ref. Stephen Crabb at the DWP , he’s not even answering emails from these thousand’s of women now ! he has passed that on that he’s not allowed to unless you are in his constituency ! Surely this man must be accountable for his actions to 2.5 million women effected by his ludicrous actions depriving them of the money they paid over all these years ?


  10. There are those who may find this rather OT, but I say let it be perspective, perspective, …

    “Do not ask for whom the bell tolls, it tolls … “


  11. Peter Charles 12:05 pm Well at least his paramour was above the age of consent, which in a previous generation of parliamentary dross may have not always been the case. So in that respect one might say there has been some slight improvement.


  12. This kinda fits…..

    Its the return of Thatcher on Steroids!

    Can you imagine Terry may (Heaven’s gates won’t hold me, had a line of my dust!) :)


  13. Breaking news – Leadsom commits hari kiri. Cameron goes full kamikazi. May to be ‘elected’ Top Banana on Wednesday. Ozzy using the fiasco as cover to sneak off to america and sign us up to whatever deal he is being bribed to sign. WASPI’s to sue Government Llc. for the fraudulent theft of their pensions. UN to charge Ministers for Crimes Against Humanity over the thousands of deaths resulting from Bedroom Tax, Pension fraud, arbitrary benefit cuts and the ‘War On Disabled People’ [CODENAME- Austerity.]

    Yeah, alright. I made the last two up. I was assuming this country had some sort of legal system.

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  14. Five minutes in a dark alley but not for what he had in mind when he was playing with his mobile phone. As we have said many times ,scum always floats to the top.


  15. ‘Tis a right slog keeping up with the machinations of the British elites – even Angela Beagle is now having a vote of no confidence against her at her Wallasey constituency – will the thrills never end – all because the people voted BREXIT!!


  16. Broken News

    Post-Brexit devastation confirmed as FTSE rises to 11 month high.
    Millinery shares soar as Remain doom-merchants consumption goes through the roof.
    Chancer Osborne tweets: ‘We’re all mad as hatters..’


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