Sunday, 11 June 2017


Filmmaker and Alternative Right contributor Richard Wolstencroft delays his trip to the country to join Andy Nowicki and Colin Liddell to discuss the recent UK general election that defied predictions.

Starting off with a 20-point lead in the opinion polls, Prime Minister Theresa May was counting on an easy landslide victory to increase her Parliamentary majority and strengthen her hand in forthcoming Brexit negotiations. In the event, she ended up being humiliated by the "unelectable" Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, stripped of her majority, and forced to get down on her knees to the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) in order to stay in government.

Our panelists uncover what went wrong with May's campaign, and take a closer look at the party that holds the balance of power, Northern Ireland's DUP, a charming throwback to what political parties used to be like when they pursued the interests of their voters.

1 comment:

  1. An "Alt-Rightist" supporting Corbyn is no different than supporting Zuma in South Africa; you wouldn't and shouldn't do it EVEN FOR THE LULZ!

    It's amazing how off the rails this movement has been since November 2016. Can we please get our heads screwed on straight?

    Much of the Andrew Anglin lead hatred of the Prime Minister is simply a pathological hatred of women. Props to Colin Liddell for trying to push back against the Stormer group-think.

    Farage needs to take a byelection as a Conservative and take leadership of the UK.



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