“Wouldn’t Trust Her to Run A Bath!”: Question Time Audience Member BLASTS Diane Abbott

Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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9 Responses

  1. David Weaver says:

    A resounding “NO”

  2. Jim Stanley says:

    Of course we must trust Liebour to run the country—–into the ground! Just ask Venezuela how well socialism works, from one of the region’s richest states to a 3rd world hell hole in one fell swoop. I remember the 3 day week, the strikes and all the rest from the 70’s. It is said that those who ignore history and condemed to repeat the errors of the past. Change is needed, and it is, but that change must look to the future, not repeat the outdated failures of the past. The current trend of entitlement does not help, we are becoming a nation of wimps, with prizes for all, no competitive spirit and a safe space to cry in when construtively critisised. Everything is someone elses fault, responsibility for your own actions are a thing of the past, so decisions are not made, the buck is passed to someone else, who, of course, will be sued at the drop of a hat. All this funded on debt, with the bill passed down the generations. I fear a future under a JC Administration, the “MeMe” attitude that is all pervasive, and possibly getting worse, is destructive, where it is about cost, not in terms of cash, but in lifestyle. How long before we see a “politician” suggest that those to old or dissabled to earn a subsidised living are shunted off the “care” homes, along with those whe believe in competition, advancement by atchievment, and a fullfiling retirement at the end of working life. Hang on, that sounds familiar, got it, Germany post WW1, the promise that everyone had a job of sorts, everything run on debt, those who can’t work, or who oppose the dictator, sorry, democratically elected government, opposition Political Parties banned, and their followers imprisoned, but that could not happen here could it? When Churchill warned of what was to come, he was ignored or called a war monger. My message, vote Labour into power at your peril, to quote an American President, not sure which one, “You ain’t seen nothing yet”, unfortunately we have, but are we to damn blind to see what could happen?

    • Charles Bury says:

      Jim Stanley you sum it up very well, sadly it is true, we have a week government and a basket case as an opposition who with the help of Momentum behave like the German Brown shirts before WW11 or like Derek Hatton’s Liverpool so history is repeating itself for the Labour party and that does not make good government at all.

    • Stanley Cutts says:

      Well said Jim, I endorse all of what you say. Let’s cut to the chase: Our main problem in this country is undoubtedly the people, the God-damn people, the vast majority of whom know diddly squat about politics, and most of them couldn’t care less. Unscrupulous politicians have been feeding off this for decades. As a nation we’ve grown too fat, too spoon-fed and too self-satisfied – no wonder the Islamists are having a field day at our expense and are seizing the opportunity to take over this once-great country whilst most indigenous folk bask in a sea of political correctness. The Labour party is the main offender in encouraging this complacency with their nanny state and deeply flawed ideology; as for Jeremy Corbyn – he and Momentum present the greatest threat since 1940. However non-sensical Theresa May’s decisions may presently be, if the Socialists are elected, it’s Good-bye Britain. As you rightly.said Jim, it’s a case of “You ain’t seen nothing yet” (Ronald Reagan)

  3. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    To your question, my answer is NO !
    I do like history, both ancient and modern. When time is taken to recheck the origin of the Labour Party, you will come across some giant people of real worth. Almost nobody would find fault with Clem Attlee’s NHS and Welfare State, other than it was undertaken after WW2 with only debt in the Nation !
    Today’s Labour Party is an insult to the founders, and not worth a damn !

  4. Christine Page says:

    The Labour party are incompetent and do not represent any working class people of the country. They represent themselves, they have an agenda they are working towards and that is probably the ‘Kalgeri Plan’. They are all racist, they are all so far left of Stalin it is unbelievable. I wouldn’t trust any of them as far as I could throw them, and in fact I wouldn’t be able to lift them. I can’t believe they have actually been put into the positions they are in as none of them could run a race let alone a country. They certainly couldn’t organise a P*** up in a brewery. They need to be gotten rid of and as soon as possible as it is evident that they don’t have the well being of Britain in mind.

    • Pamela Preedy says:

      The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan is at the bottom of most wicked anti-democratic and racist policies of the EU and the UN. Globalisation, population replacement (ie replacement of whites in Europe with 3rd world immigrants), the creation of a wholly mixed race population; mass immigration designed to undermine Western societies and cultures. Look it up for yourself and find out which EU leaders and eurocrats have won the Coudenhove-Kalergi Prize for implementing his rotten ideas. Coudenhove-Kalergi was half-German, half-Japanese and he hated white people. He wanted everyone to be mixed race like himself. He was an inspiration to those who founded the EU.

  5. Serena Lonton says:

    I wouldn’t trust ANY Labourite to run a bath. The best thing they can all do is take a running jump! They are more racist than they accuse us “kippers” of being, and downright incompetent – when UKIP gets back on its feet, they’d better watch out!

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