Still Waiting for Brexit and MayExit

It’s 12th May as I start typing this attempt at a blog post, about 45 days after Britain was supposed to exit the EU either via a Real Brexit WTO “no deal” method or a Lesser Brexit with a deal that’s not really a proper full Brexit from the EU.

Party members do not appear too amused, with 82% of members wanting rid of PM Theresa May and a new party leader put in place according to a poll by the people over at ConservativeHome.

The electorate also seem even less amused than that, with the party losing over 1300 Councillors in the local elections at the start of the month, and things looking not much better in the polling for the upcoming European Elections costing £150million that we shouldn’t be needing to have. Read more ›

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Another Support Losing Green Crap Policy from the “Conservative” Government

Some time around 2016/2017, much was being made about how the USA was cutting emissions big style by increasing use of Natural Gas.

Fast forward to today’s UK Budget statement thingy……….


The feedback in the comments were largely not of a positive supportive nature, and more along the lines of it being a batshit crazy stupid idea…. Read more ›

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Socialism And The Little Guy

Reality About What Socialism Does For the Little Guy

Like most of my ideas, the one for this little graphic popped into my head at some point in the past month while I was in the middle of doing dishes.

My first effort had to be aborted last week after I realised I didn’t have the correct font I wanted for the top bit. I was sure I did, but I guess that must’ve been on my previous computer I had to switch over from back in 2017 when it crashed on me while watching a DemolitionRanch video on YouTube.

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More Proof Socialism is Worthless Compared to Capitalism

Shortly after getting my butt out of bed today, and my pacing habit had kicked in I suddenly got wondering what would happen if I put the following words into a well known popular keyword tool.

  • Socialism
  • Capitalism
  • Libertarianism

Pictured below is a screenshot of the results Read more ›

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Tweaks Made To The Website

Overnight upgrades have been applied to the ConservativeChitChat website, including:

  • Attempt to fix top menu on the front of the website that was appearing black instead of the blue colour I set it to appear.
  • Refinements to fonts & font sizes
  • Change of background image on front page
  • Change of background image on search page
  • Minor alterations to display of banner adverts on main part of site
  • RSS feed enabled on new forums
  • Enhanced menu enabled on new forums instead of the basic one.
  • Social Media feed on front page fixed so Twitter posts appear in it (still no longer works with Facebook)
  • Zapped Webring banner at bottom of front page as it was failing to display anyway….
  • Changed forum link on top of front page from the old to the new forum.
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Merry Christmas from ConservativeChitChat

Just a quick post to wish a Merry Christmas to all the site’s followers who are still following (bah humbug to those who unsubscribed). Read more ›

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ConservativeChitChat Blogs Now Officially Certified

Some people might think that the blogs here at Conservativechitchat are certifiable, and it officially is – as a safe site to visit by McAfee Secure.

That’s why the floating McAfee thing in the bottom corner is has appeared on the site – to signify this status, in case you were wondering.

Another recent addition is the arrival of the Disqus comments thingy that will allow you to comment posts by logging in via with your Disqus or social media accounts at Facebook & Twitter, just like you can over at other websites such as Breitbart, etc.

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Confidence Vote in May is Finally Here [Updated with Final Results & Reactions]

After much waiting, the confidence vote in British PM Theresa May has finally arrived after letters to Graham Brady to trigger the vote crossed the 48 threshold.

Unfortunately, despite the complete horlicks she’s been making of negotiating brexit, early signs are suggesting she’s going to survive the experience. Read more ›

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UK Voting Intentions Poll

As one of a number of features I’ve sticky-taped onto this re-built WordPress blog after a slight mishap with the delete button, I thought it finally time to put the new polls widget to use with a general “UK Voting Intentions Poll” with more options than are permitted over on Twitter.

And here it is…..

UK Voting Intentions

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RIP Bush 41

An hour or two before I finally crawled to bed Saturday morning, former President George HW Bush was trending on twitter, and a further search revealed it was because America had 1 less living former President than it had previously.

He was the 3rd US President to do the job in my life time, and the 2nd to be around at a time I was old enough to be able pay any attention to things like this.

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