April 2024

Joanna Simons – how the elites always look after their own?

(Tuesday/Wednesday blog)

The big news at the moment is how the Establishment covered up Jeremy ‘Botty-Botherer’ Thorpe’s involvement in a botched attempt to murder one of the men whose botties Thorpe took great pleasure in bothering.

But much worse cover-ups are going on right now. Here’s possibly one of the worst – the shameful protection of a certain Joanna Simons. She was (according to this damning article) the Chief Executive of the Oxfordshire County Council and was allegedly deeply involved in children’s care at the same time as probably hundreds of ‘Asian’ men were gang-raping, gang-sodomising, torturing and brutalising working-class white girls in Oxford.

Our Big Brother state has sent Tommy Robinson to prison for daring to highlight the rape gangs’ activities – but Joanna Simons continues to live in luxury at our expense thanks to being a member of the ruling elites.

Please read this to understand the total degeneracy of our ruling elites.

How did our once great country sink so low?

And here’s Joanna Simons on TV explaining that a lot of important lessons have been learnt, that she’s asked herself some really hard questions and that she has absolutely no intention of resigning from her extremely highly-paid job (watch the video from 2.17 minutes to see why Joanna Simons felt there was no reason for her to resign – and then be sick!)

9 comments to Joanna Simons – how the elites always look after their own?

  • Stillreading

    What a totally sickening, ineffectual woman! (Well, pretty effective apparently at protecting her own interests!) About the most over-used phrase in the English language of the past couple of decades must be “Lessons have been learned”. Again and again and yet again the politicians, national and local, whose salaries we all pay, the greedy bankers, the corrupt financiers, all fall deplorably short of what is required of them then, when found out, mouth a few nauseous platitudes and hold on to their well remunerated jobs without ever truly being held to account.

  • David Craig

    This (IMHO) utterly repulsive woman is typical of those who run most of our police, hospitals, councils etc. Treacherous, always politically-correct, never accepting responsibility for anything, always looking after their own lousy careers. Scum – the lot of them (IMHO)

  • Simon Hunt

    I used to undertake maintenance work as a self-employed joiner in a local school. I got to see & hear far too much. The problem is not endemic – it’s systemic.

  • Alan Thorpe

    The Thorpe case (no relative) was interesting. I didn’t take much notice at the time but it seems to me that Scott wanted publicity and he effectively was blackmailing Thorpe to admit to their affair and the rest slowly followed. But the coverup reveals what the establishment is like.

    Wasn’t there also a case of an NHS executive that refused to leave a job after problems, insisting she was the only person who could sort out the mess that she had created?

    Stillreading, above, talks about greedy bankers. I’m not sure this is the case. The banking system has become corrupted by the politicians who now seem to dictate banking policy. The crash, in my view was because banks here and in the USA were encouraged to make loans that could not be repaid. The taxpayer was then left to pay the bills. Banks used to focus on getting a return for their investors and if they got it wrong they could go bankrupt, which is exactly what should happen. Now the government rewards failure by bailing them out.

  • Stillreading

    Point taken Alan Thorpe, but despite the role of Governments in bringing about the banking crisis, had the bankers themselves – whose function it is, surely to weigh risk before lending – had more integrity, they would not have lent to the extent they did to those who had little chance of being able to repay, neither would they have been complicit (admittedly mainly n the USA) in the sub-prime mortgage fiasco. They would have taken a stand against the politicians. I write as someone who lost more than 50% of my retirement income to the Equitable Life debacle, now almost two decades in the past. My life in retirement has been irreversibly damaged financially, with no hope whatever of redress. The corrupt financiers who were responsible for this, aided and abetted by an equally corrupt internationally known accountancy firm and by politicians, continue to enjoy their comfortable lifestyles, totally untouched by the havoc they wrought on thousands of ordinary people. I remember warning on a discussion forum several years before the banking crisis that far too much money was being improvidently lent in the UK under Gordon Brown’s Chancellorship, in order to increase consumer spending and give a false impression of a flourishing economy. Politicians almost without exception are, it seems to me, irredeemably corrupt and the Jeremy Thorpe story, to which, like you, I gave minimal attention at the time, merely illustrates this.

  • Joe Read

    Meanwhile, Mass Migration to Western Europe must continue, Chaos to ensue.Guterres says Mass Migration is inevitable. No it is NOT it will sink us and cost a fortune , wrecking nations that obvious.And contrary to what the Sheeple think we are not Wealthy anyone that pends OPM other peoples money can look wealthy the Money tree has just died and the price to be paid.

    “We’re now living in the era of the greatest level of debt mankind has ever created. In fact, we’ve come to regard it as “normal.” Most governments are far beyond broke. And they won’t be saved by confiscation or taxation, as their people and corporations are just as heavily in debt. For this reason, a collapse is inevitable. And, since the severity of a collapse is invariably directly proportional to the severity of the debt, when it arrives, it will be a collapse that eclipses all previous collapses.”
    “In 1971, the US dollar went off the gold standard—it ceased to be redeemable in precious metal. From that date on, it existed as a promise only—a promise from a government. (Promises from governments tend to be somewhat less redeemable than promises from, say, loan sharks or used-car salesmen.)

    In time, the rest of the world followed. Today, no national currency is redeemable in anything that has intrinsic value.

    Doug Casey has rightly called the dollar (since going off the gold standard) an “I owe you nothing.” Exactly correct. He also describes the euro as a “Who owes you nothing?” since no one country in the EU is responsible to redeem the euro with anything that possesses intrinsic value.”

    We have been conned about Brexit by Chemical Theresa, we did not get back control of our borders or our fishing grounds a total sham.

    “And this is not a joke: The UN, led by António Guterres, wants to manage and influence migration. All this, of course, is dressed up in pretty words about the need to provide humanitarian aid, and also justified by the benefits that resettlement of the population is to give to the economies of particular countries. However, in fact, this means only one thing: Europe and the entire Western World must prepare for the flood of Africans.

    Currently, nearly 1.3 billion people live in Africa, and by the end of this century there will be 350% more, or 4.4 billion. It is obvious that the continent, whose inhabitants are not able to feed themselves, let alone achieve an adequate level of urbanization and industrialization, cannot cope with such a sharp demographic increase. The UN therefore came up with the idea of resettling Africans to Europe and highly developed countries on other continents.

    At the end of 2016, just after his election as UN Secretary General, António Guterres said:

    “We must convince Europeans that migration is inevitable and that multiethnic and multireligious societies create wealth”.

  • MARK

    That women is everything that is wrong with our public services.

  • Brian Rodney

    ** Joe Read. This is what the late, unlamented, Bilderburger, ex-Goldman Sachs chairman and the United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary General on International Migration said in a speech to the UK’s House of Lords in the recent past:
    ” The European Union should do its best to undermine the ‘ homogeneity ‘ of its member states ( he meant ‘ countries ‘ ). The future prosperity of many EU states ( countries ! ) depends on them becoming multicultural. “

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