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The Abolition Of Justice In The UK…

January 30, 2015 5 Comments
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At the police and the Crown Prosecution Service’s first joint initiative on rape, prosecutors said they had established an emerging pattern of behaviour where rapists constructed “false narratives” after the crime. One technique described involved rapists contacting victims the next day, sometimes by text or social media, thanking them for a sexual encounter. Defendants can try to rely on such messages should there be a trial. So, chaps, did you…

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Do You Understand The Phrase ‘TMI’, Rose..?

January 28, 2015 16 Comments
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I’m on my period today. It’s day four so I’m barely bleeding, but I’m still wearing a sanitary pad. On day two – usually my heaviest bleeding day – I had to use four sanitary pads. When I went to the gym I also used a tampon as I was worried about leaking in my gym shorts. Still, I’ve only had to take one codeine tablet this month, plus a…

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Lack Of Favourable Treatment Is Not ‘Discrimination’…

January 26, 2015 3 Comments
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…not if English words are to have any meaning, that is: A disabled man with the mental age of seven has been barred from his regular visits to Legoland with his carer because of ‘child protection’ fears. Simon Thomason, 40, who has cerebral palsy, autism and a mental age of seven, has been told his annual pass to the Manchester-based attraction will not be renewed. Boo! Hiss! Call up the…

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In which Celia Green and I comment on the left’s fruitcakery

January 26, 2015 5 Comments
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In which Celia Green and I comment on the left’s fruitcakery

Natalie Bennett, Arch-Green The main reason I won’t engage with these people has much to do with my profession, part of which was to run through things such as the logical syllogism with students: All men are mortal Socrates is a man Therefore, Socrates is mortal Though students are young, most in my groups had the mental capacity to follow all this and to argue their own cases – that…

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The Backlash, the Luegenpresse and the New Reformation

January 25, 2015 7 Comments
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The Backlash, the Luegenpresse and the New Reformation

The combined liberal/progressive/left hegemony, a mix of left-thinking powers behind government – Masons, Demos, Tavistock, shills in government, manifesting itself in things like Dolphin Square, plus the manipulated do-gooders seeing themselves as “loving left” and compassionate – the whole vast hegemony in every field from education to the courts to the media – BBC, Guardian, Independent, Mirror and now even the Daily Mail and Telegraph, formerly supposedly “rightwing” – as…

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The Guardian Only Cares About Some Progress…

January 24, 2015 3 Comments
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Aditya Chakrabortty on the ‘unfairness’ of progress: What is powerlessness? Try this for a definition: you stand to lose the home where you’ve lived for more than 20 years and raised two boys. And all your neighbours stand to lose theirs. None of you have any say in the matter. Play whatever card you like – loud protest, sound reason, an artillery of facts – you can’t change what will…

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Are you one of the 66%?

January 24, 2015 6 Comments
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Are you one of the 66%?

Dimon’s chutzpah, that Jeff Greene, the smugness, the sheer gall is breathtaking in its arrogance. And one of the most frightening aspects is that the ordinary person is played like a violin. The ordinary person, if we can believe “polls”, whoever rigs them, still has the Big Two parties on 66% or thereabouts. That takes a particularly idiocy to perpetuate. Labour last represented the workers, if at all, at the…

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Romney – the ultimate hypocrisy

January 23, 2015 3 Comments
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There’s an interesting piece at American Thinker about how Romney is using the language of the left in his bid for the Presidency: Speaking to a full house of RNC members in San Diego, Romney committed the conservative crime of using the language of the left to appeal to potential voters. While emphasizing that conservative principles will be critical in the post-Obama era, Romney articulated three maxim’s that Republicans must…

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21st century conflict: Andre Malraux’s prediction from 1956

January 22, 2015 12 Comments
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The French newsweekly Marianne has featured excellent analyses of the Charlie Hebdo and Kosher supermarket attacks. Some of them are in abridged form on the magazine’s new website. One of their journalists, Eric Conan, looked at the development of radical Islam (16-22 January 2015 issue, p. 16): After a century of colonial domination, with no leadership since the end of the last caliphate in 1924, the Islamic world was once…

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Nothing Much Happens! Film At 11!

January 22, 2015 16 Comments
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A shocking video reveals how two men were subjected to homophobic abuse as they walked through a town holding hands. Ermagherd! BBC Radio presenter Iain Lee launched the experiment with Justin Dealey after a listener revealed people “shouted abuse” at him when he walked with his boyfriend. Lee said he was so shocked by the listener’s revelation that he decided to see what happened if he walked through Luton holding…

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