Priti Patel: “Comin’ over ‘ere expecting not to be killed”

With yet another death in detention of an asylum seeker and criticism of Britain’s human rights from whoever, The Cannibal’s Gazette has invited Home Secretary Priti Patel to defend her policies concerning asylum seekers.  Bloody so called asylum seekers, comin' over 'ere expecting not to be killed. That’s entitlement that is, that’s taking the piss.  … Continue reading Priti Patel: “Comin’ over ‘ere expecting not to be killed”

The Cannibal’s Gazette Keir Starmer interview

CannGaz: Thank you for joining us Sir Keir. The Tories have been dishing out government contracts worth billions of pounds to their donors and old school friends, in many cases these people were not experienced or competent in the areas of expertise for which they were paid. So while they got fat, they failed to … Continue reading The Cannibal’s Gazette Keir Starmer interview

More revelations from Charlottesville

These gentlemen went along to show their support for fascism at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on August 12th — or were they auditioning for the reshoot of the cover art for this (appropriately titled) famous 1970 album?   (With apologies to Mr Black Sabbath, who has no association with these people … Continue reading More revelations from Charlottesville

So, who’s been posting stuff on social media without checking its authenticity, eh?

This ominous 'Welcome to Australia' image has been doing the rounds, posted and liked by people ranging from the intelligent and humane to the dibblingly imbecilic — oddly all, within the Cannibal’s line of sight, Brits who clearly feel the Aussies have a thing to two to tell us and are keen to show their … Continue reading So, who’s been posting stuff on social media without checking its authenticity, eh?

British prime ministers: a brain spotter’s guide

Margaret Thatcher — 1879 to forever Killed a lot of Argentine people to curry favour with a catatonic home population. Bottled the unions and ordinaryhardworkingpeopleeverywhere while introducing free market fundamentalism. ‘Trickle-down’, they called it when it was actually ‘piss on’. The man who wasn’t there — Whenever to whenever (No pictures exist) The man who … Continue reading British prime ministers: a brain spotter’s guide