Don’t Ban Petrol and Diesel Cars You Morons

Another day, Another Green crap policy proposal that makes me consider my options of which British political party to give my vote to when needed.

I was already pissed off at the “Conservative” party for ruining my favourite fizzy drinks & fruit cordials with that stupid misguided sugar tax under the hopeless May woman.

In my previous blog post I was rolling my eyes at the proposal to ban cheap to run gas boilers in a country where it gets cold enough to freeze your nuts off.

When I got up today I saw in the news they were dusting off and toying with the stupid idea of bringing forward plans to ditch proper cars that actually work with stupid useless electric things so terrible they make even that old socialist sh*tbox the Trabant look partially decent. Continue reading “Don’t Ban Petrol and Diesel Cars You Morons”

Don’t Ban Gas Boilers You Morons

Earlier this year, before the Conservative Party got rid of the disaster known as former Prime Minister Theresa May, I blogged that the “Conservative” Party had come up with the bloody stupid green crap policy of banning gas boilers.

While perusing my Facebook timeline just now, it would appear that bloody stupid idea is still on the menu despite the fact the Americans are massively reducing their emissions by increasing their use of this very same natural gas the “conservative” government is planning to ban boilers that use it. Continue reading “Don’t Ban Gas Boilers You Morons”

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. Continue reading “Still Waiting for Brexit and MayExit”

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…. Continue reading “Another Support Losing Green Crap Policy from the “Conservative” Government”

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. Continue reading “Confidence Vote in May is Finally Here [Updated with Final Results & Reactions]”

Going Rogue / Independent / Considering a “new home”

Some of the more observant among you may have noticed that ConservativeChitChat has been losing it’s MoJo recently, and you’d be right.

It’s not just because there isn’t any UK elections to sink my fangs into at the moment, it’s been kind of going on since the stitch-up to install May as PM after Cameron quit, and the party seems to have gravitated from positive fizz to spreading bollocks from Project Fear Mk1 and Mk2, and not really providing anything I can put much enthusiasm behind any more after the best part of many years of considering it the only sane choice before I even started seriously following politics or had any interest in paying attention to the news because I was young enough to be more interested in watching Thundercats or Rugrats. I first cast a vote for the party back in that fateful 1997 General Election some 21yrs ago when I was finally old enough, and officially started actually joining the party on-and-off probably around 2004/2005, maybe when I’ve been able to spare the membership fee.

It would appear I’m maybe not the only one been feeling this lately?

I’ll still back certain party politicians who still seem to be on my side of the argument, including (but not limited to):

  • Boris Johnson
  • Jacob Rees-Mogg
  • John Redwood
  • Priti Patel
  • Daniel Hannan
  • David Davis
  • Owen Paterson
  • Andrea Jenkyns
  • Penny Mordaunt
  • Philip Davies
  • David C. Bannerman
  • Liz Truss
  • Lucy Allan

I’ll probably also still pitch-in the occasional policy idea when time & energy allows, and try to keep the site and blog updating on a more frequent basis.

Chequers Plan, Project Fear 2 – May Must Go

Well, that “told you so” moment I had a feeling was gonna happen has finally happened.

Just as I had feelings that turned out pretty accurate that Team Brexit would win the referendum and that Donald Trump would become President as early as when he made the first whisperings of running when it was clear Romney would lose to Obama – I also had feelings that Theresa May would make a pretty lame leader of the Conservative party as a last minute bodge after Mr & Mrs Gove took Boris out of the contest.

With the arrival of the Chequers fake-Brexit plan, and the more recent arrival of “Project Fear 2.0”, she’s going down faster than Wile E. Coyote falling off the edge of a cliff.

The Chequers plan has gone down so badly with Grassroots members that local party bosses are seeing 75-90%+ of members giving it the finger, resigning membership, or can no longer be arsed to campaign for the party due to lack of things to be able to offer that they agree with. Even the chairman of her own local party is against it.

Continue reading “Chequers Plan, Project Fear 2 – May Must Go”