Katie Hopkins

Katie Hopkins on Trump’s immigration lock down

Katie Hopkins can work it out, shame the rest of the media just lie like flatfish.

Have you noticed? There has been more outrage from the left over Trump?s so-called Muslim ban, than over terror itself.

More gnashing of gums and loud wailing, more placards decrying the plight of a few tourists and travellers, than over the bodies blown apart by Islamic extremists at Brussels airport in March last year.

So much collective outrage, in fact, I wonder how on earth a ban imposed by 16 countries on Israeli citizens has remained in place for quite so long with such quiet acceptance.

Curious, isn’t it? What liberals will and won’t accept.

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Possessing a vagina is a matter of biology, not a political argument

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The hilarious and blunt Katie Hopkins’ impressions of the Women’s march in Washington are quite simple. What she observed was an?excited army of women enjoying each others company but totally lacking a common purpose. Mixed messages and empty slogans mixed with readings from the Koran and created a confused and sometimes nasty atmosphere. Madonna set the tone saying that she felt like blowing up the White House.

Her sign said; ‘I am more than my vagina’. I asked her why she was at the Women’s March on Washington. She said it was because she wanted to show what democracy really meant.

Another white lady held a placard reminding me that ‘white silence = white consent but Black Lives Matter #BLM’. She said she was marching because women own their own bodies.

And a lady, pushing a stroller with two children on board, facing down the secret service, with a sign that made it clear Trump is ‘Not My President’.

Even the speakers sounded confused. As I ate a three piece chicken meal with a side of slaw to recover from hearing the Koran read out in Washington Cathedral, I listened to one manic woman yell at the crowd;

‘We are women. And you are we. And we are you’, gesturing to make her point clear. It wasn’t. But the crowd loved it all the same.

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Controversial Tweet of the day: Discuss

Perhaps this is why Sadiq Khan won

I think I’ve found the reason for Sadiq Khan’s win.

It seems a vote for Khan is a vote for a gobby naked chick running down Regent Street with a sausage up her bum.

It’s the question on everyone’s lips in the aftermath of the?London mayoral election: now Sadiq Khan has been?declared winner, will Katie Hopkins follow through on the pledge she made earlier this week?

In her column for the Daily Mail on Wednesday, in which she gave her firm backing to the Conservative candidate, Hopkins wrote: “Vote Zac. Because if you don’t, I’ll run Regent Street naked with a sausage up my bum.”

“I?ve even Tweeted as much.

“And if that horrifying prospect doesn?t get the Zac vote out, nothing will.” ? Read more »

“tasteless” and “repulsive” – why the public are precious about the truth

Seems some girl that’s famous for being famous just had her own “feral” moment

The socialite daughter of leading fashion designers Denise L’Estrange-Corbet and Francis Hooper has caused outrage with a comment on social media mocking the death of a mother and her three children.

Gossip columnist Pebbles Hooper described the deaths of Ashburton mum Cindy George and her three children ? Pio, Teuruaa and Telyzshaun ? as “natural selection”.

Police believe they died from the fumes of a car left running in a garage to keep the battery “ticking over”. It’s suspected they could have been dead for up to a week before being discovered.

Hooper’s comment, posted to Twitter on Saturday evening, was met with a barrage of criticism from her 6800 followers who labelled the tweet “tasteless” and “repulsive”.

It appears Hooper, a columnist for the Herald on Sunday, expected a backlash, having prefaced her message with the words: “I’ll get major slack for this, but leaving a car running inside a closed garage while you’re kids are in the house is natural selection”.

While the tweet was quickly deleted, Hooper responded to other Twitter users by saying “those kids died under completely preventable circumstances”. She claimed she was not deliberately seeking attention but was “just stating her opinion”. Read more »

A family of 12 disappear to Syria, Katie Hopkins says: good

Katie Hopkins thinks that if people leave for ISIS they should go and never come back.

I agree.

A FAMILY of 12 from Luton is believed to have travelled to Syria.

Relatives are concerned the 12, aged between one and 75, may have left to start a new life with IS.

Well, here?s my reaction to that, my friends: Splendid!

Splendid if another swathe of Luton has pushed off to Jihadi Junction and left our shores.

As long as we are not planning to use taxpayers? cash to fly them back, or waste police time looking for them, as far as I am concerned it?s a good news day.

Equally, I am hoping that I don?t have to watch Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe prostrate himself at the relatives? feet, begging for forgiveness because the Met Police are somehow to blame for yet another family being incapable of getting a grip on its own.

The family was due to come back from holiday in Bangladesh in May but instead stopped off in Turkey and disappeared.

Where is the normality in that? If you had a baby and a frail grandpa rocking up at Gatwick, together with ten others, you?d think you?d have a few plans in place to help them out. ?? Read more »

Maybe I could have a show too?

Katie Hopkins has got her own TV show now.

It is sure to be entertaining television.

Katie Hopkins is to front her own TV panel show and will invite comedians and celebrities to debate her controversial views.

If Katie Hopkins Ruled The World, which has been developed in association with Big Minded – the production company behind the much-criticised Dapper Laughs On The Pull for ITV2 – will be shown on TLC.

Hopkins? most recent outlandish statements include describing migrants as ?cockroaches? and ?feral humans?, and calling Nicola Sturgeon a ?short ginger poison dwarf? who should ?get the death penalty just for being ginger and being Scottish?.

The unpopular newspaper columnist has made a number of TV appearances since competing on The Apprentice in 2006.

In 2013, she rebranded herself as a talking head after appearing on ITV?s This Morning, claiming it was acceptable to judge children based on their names. ? Read more »

Katie Hopkins upsets the luvvies with her hard hitting immigration column

I love Katie Hopkins, she has my type of brutality when it comes to confronting difficult topics of discussion.

Right now the United Kingdom is under siege from illegal immigrants…she confront this…by suggesting gunships not rescue boats would be a better idea…and describing illegal migrants as cockroaches.

No, I don?t care. Show me pictures of coffins, show me bodies floating in water, play violins and show me skinny people looking sad.

I still don?t care.

Because in the next minute you?ll show me pictures of aggressive young men at Calais, spreading like norovirus on a cruise ship.

Watching them try to clamber on to British lorries and steal their way into the UK, do I feel pity? Only for the British drivers, who get hit with a fine every time one of this plague of feral humans ends up in their truck.

Understand this, these two populations are the same. The migrants harassing Brit truckers at the port are the same as the vagrants making the perilous trip across the Med.

And there is no stopping them. 170,000 came last year.

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Brits sick of BBC pandering to terrorists


PEOPLE keep telling me it?s the one thing I am not supposed to write about.

And my lawyer says it will be expensive.

But to hell with it all because, frankly, I have had enough.

I am outraged my country is changing and Great Britain is looking less great. I?m also sick of holding my tongue. Enough. Read more »

2015 Islamophobia Awards and the nominees are……

Believe it or not there is such a thing as the Islamophobia Awards.

Not only do they nominate individuals for the award, they also have nominated books and films.

They have even helpfully included a quote to go with each of the nominees. Frankly I am struggling to find any lies. All I see are facts and opinions. I don’t see any hate but what I do see in the creation of these awards is Islam attacking Freedom of Speech yet again. Admittedly this is a ‘ moderate ‘ way to try to silence the dissenting voices, but it is an attempt to silence us nevertheless.

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