Worst post-war traitors

The traitors [in no particular order]

1. Blair – for decimating the country, introducing a fascist state and selling us out to the EU.
2. Heath – for his deceiving the people and signing away the country.
3. Bush – March 23rd, 2005, when he gave away the U.S.A. to the NAU.
4. Philby – sent many to their deaths, with no remorse.
5. Rosenberg – sold out his country.
6. Hanoi Jane – placed the lives of troops in danger and spat on their sacrifices, still doing it today.
7. Queen Elizabeth II – signed away the UK to the EU on many occasions.
8. Julia Middleton – UK honcho of Common Purpose.
9. Robert Hanssen – sold out to the Russians for money.
10. John Walker Jnr – sold naval secrets to the Soviets for money.

Those I’d like to see brought to justice

Blair and Bush need hanging, drawing and quartering but the one I’d really like to see convicted is Hanoi Jane.  She prances around with impunity, with no true remorse, while Blair and Bush at least know they are detested.


a.  I’ve stuck to U.S. and UK traitors here because U.S. and UK readers are mainly the readership at this blog.
b.  Can’t really put Obama in because, as a Kenyan, he is an enemy of the state, rather than a traitor.
c.  It can’t be betraying a party or group within the country but rather betraying the country itself, signing it away to a foreign power, for example, to be considered “worst”.
d. Can’t put a class or occupation in, e.g. the Rothschilds, JPM, GS, BofE or bankers – it needs to be an individual.
e. Can’t be for treasonous views, e.g. Harman or Toynbee – needs to be an act against the people.
f.  Cameron was left off the list because he did vote against Lisbon and I ran out of room.

Your list?

11 comments for “Worst post-war traitors

  1. dearieme
    December 22, 2010 at 10:08

    Harold Wilson – co-conspirator with Heath.

  2. dearieme
    December 22, 2010 at 10:09

    Bill Clinton – dereliction of duty re al Q.

  3. Lord Nazh
    December 22, 2010 at 14:27

    When was it again the NAU was going to take over James?

    • December 22, 2010 at 15:31

      2010 and once again, they were rumbled and had to go behind the American people’s back – check the silent legislation going on, disguised as trade agreements.

  4. fake
    December 22, 2010 at 15:00

    Blair and the queen.

    Can’t say about the others as ignorant or not my country.

    With Blair it was obvious to me what they stood for and what they would do with the levers of power, and I was’nt yet in my 20s when Blair came in.

    I can’t really consider him a traitor for what he did, because at the end of the day he did it with our consent. He carried on the “project” that was already in motion, that we still continue to consent to (all the 3 parties want us in the EU, so voting for them is giving consent).

    I could think of alot of names for him, but traitor isnt one.

    And the queen. Well, royalty now is nothing buy a bunch of people rubber stamping what is put under their nose, before that they took us to pointless wars. The monarchy has never been good for anything but itself.

  5. December 22, 2010 at 16:56

    Ah so you would put the noose round the Queen then James?

    As for the UK as a fascist state don’t be ridiculous

    • December 22, 2010 at 18:15

      A few million would beg to differ, Jams. There has been much in the sphere about it in the past few years.

  6. Patrick Harris
    December 22, 2010 at 19:48

    Not a fascist state:
    Where is Habeas Corpus?
    Double jeopardy is akin to EU referenda, they keep going until they get the right result.
    Hate crimes, can legislation arrest the feeling od hatred?
    Positive discrimination used to get the right people in the right places at the right times, all compliant and guess what?, they hate a certain section of the population.
    Have you seen videos of “police” entering a private home?
    The government want to plan our menus, when the likes of Tesco/Morrison become the only source of buying food they will succeed.
    They deny private photography and video camera usage whilst they themselves use said devices more and more and more.
    By virtue of the above alone,Yep, we’re in a fascist state alright.

  7. December 22, 2010 at 22:22

    Some of mine may not have ‘held power’ but their influence was to my mind traitorous.
    If I included those who when in power whose own self interest betrayed their country the list would fall off the page,

    The Kinnock’s (all of them)
    John Major ‘Maastricht Treaty’
    Peter Mandleston

  8. james wilson
    December 23, 2010 at 17:30

    The First World War. The Second closed the deal.

  9. ubermouth
    December 24, 2010 at 20:40

    Hanoi Jane should have been lynched for what she pulled. Shame not enough people know about it.

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