Shrivelled 70-year-old spinster Ann Widdecombe, MEP for South West England, gave a barnstorming speech designed to whip up Gammon fury across the UK.
The undefiled sex symbol of the UK’s Gammonland said yesterday in her European Parliament (EP) maiden speech why the UK was leaving the EU. The embittered closet lesbian said: “There is a pattern consistent throughout history of oppressed people turning on the oppressors. Slaves against their owners. The peasantry against the feudal barons.”
The horror that is Ann Widdecombe MEP.
Background to Widdecombe slave speech
The Virgin Queen of the Right was making reference to the European leadership elections that had taken place within the EP the day before.
Widdecombe and slaves
On 20th June I had put the TV on at lunchtime and was lucky enough to see ‘Widdy’ sitting next to Chukka Umunna on the BBC’s Politics Live. The body language was interesting. A racist Middle Englander on the far-right of the political spectrum sitting beside a black MP who is so to the centre he doesn’t know what party to be in.
Watching it you can be assured that Widdecombe wouldn’t have celebrated the end of slavery. She looked at the former investment banker and ex-Labour far-right troublemaker like she would something she’d stepped in. This is to be expected thanks to her having politics towards immigration that are so nasty they would make Theresa May’s ‘Hostile Environment’ look like Jeremy Corbyn’s views on the subject.
Widdecombe has made many offensive remarks before but this really takes the biscuit even for a sexually frustrated old crone like her.
Millions were crammed into ships where around half died before arriving at a living Hell in the Americas. Dehumanised, they were branded with their owner’s initial and given heavy punishments for even minor infractions. One slave wrote, “I have seen a negro beaten till some of his bones were broken for even letting a pot boil over.” To even remotely make light of slavery shows how vile the old hag’s mind is.
The Slave Ship, by the British artist J. M. W. Turner that he was inspired to paint after reading how in 1781, the captain of the slave ship, Zong, had ordered 133 slaves to be thrown overboard so that insurance payments could be collected.
Let’s be honest: with people like Widdecombe and Bollocks Johnson in charge, Brexit isn’t about ‘slaves being freed’. It’s more like Jimmy Savile (if he was alive) being let into a preschool to do whatever he liked. Widdy’s just the sort who would defend the nutty child molester, he was a Tory after all.
Widdy you touch that?
Never mind the repulsive idea of touching something where no man has gone in 70 years, would you touch even a relatively sane policy, in the unlikely event of the Brexit Party coming out with one?
Let’s look at this another way. If I were to join the Conservative Party tomorrow and maintained my stance on immigration (lock the doors open), women’s rights (it’s their choice) and austerity (burn it down) then no matter what I said to my new colleagues, none would take me seriously anyway. Even if I came up with a jolly Tory idea like a flat taxation system or a way to kill poor people without anybody noticing, no one would listen to me anyway. The same applies to the Brexit Party and its collection of misfits today.
Widdecombe’s speech is comical for its language, it no doubt made many a Gammon’s heart and another thing throb.
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