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The gay “marriage” abomination is upon us

April 27, 2015 15 Comments
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Vox reports from across the pond: Coeur d‘Alene, Idaho, city officials have laid down the law to Christian pastors within their community, telling them bluntly via an ordinance that if they refuse to marry homosexuals, they will face jail time and fines. The dictate comes on the heels of a legal battle with Donald and Evelyn Knapp, ordained ministers who own the Hitching Post wedding chapel in the city, but…

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Sunday and OoL

April 26, 2015 2 Comments
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Glancing at the posts list, I see Julia has one coming up tomorrow.  She, as you may know, has not been a well predator for some weeks and it seemed to come to a head last week.  I’m a bit under pressure in other ways. Also, sincere apologies to the two gentlemen who wrote to our email.  We were shut out of our own email a/c, LOL but are now…

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A tale of ANZAC Day and a Nigerian

April 25, 2015 8 Comments
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A tale of ANZAC Day and a Nigerian

With all the hysteria going on and quite right is the horror at all the deaths at sea – as a sailor working on a boat right now, I have an interest in such matters – we still have to sit back a moment, take a breath and look at the rights and wrongs, what we can, as a nation do, what we can’t. Wiggia mentions this man: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-32421238 ……

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Whither England?

April 23, 2015 11 Comments
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Whither England?

GoodnightVienna@Calling England wrote this in 2013: This is just a one-off because I can’t get it out of my head so I thought I’d blog it instead and hope it produces some sort of catharsis and let me sleep tonight. It’s about a phone-in radio programme I heard … and the attitude of the callers towards the two questions: “What is English-ness?” and “Should we celebrate St George’s Day?” This…

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Tower Hamlets on taxpayer funded jolly

April 21, 2015 3 Comments
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Tower Hamlets on taxpayer funded jolly

Trial by Jeory, via contributor Wiggia, brings us this: Kentwell Hall is a beautiful historic Tudor home in Long Melford, near Sudbury, Suffolk … Its Hall Barn Lodge and Annexe can sleep up to 14 and a weekend break with a group that size in early May costs £1,150, according to a quote I was given. And, thanks to photos posted on Twitter by the Stepney branch of the Salvation Army, these were the…

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Has the law crossed the Rubicon?

April 21, 2015 6 Comments
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Has the law crossed the Rubicon?

At what point does the law cross that line where earlier, it protected its citizens but now it appears to be shaping up to oppress them? You’ll hear such things from one side of politics all the time but when the voices come from other side as well, then something is surely going on. There’ll be some incidents mentioned below which you can judge for yourself. It would be good…

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Rent seeking

April 20, 2015 1 Comment
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The article itself says some interesting things: In a healthy society, people acquire wealth by making stuff people want. Farmers till plots to provide for their nutritional wants. Workers assemble motorcycles for consumers who pay money because they find the motor bikes valuable. Perhaps the worker serves a philanthropic organization and earns a salary by serving the official goal of the organization. Or perhaps the worker earns money by creating crafts that…

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‘Managing’ that which need not be managed

April 19, 2015 8 Comments
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Down at local level, it is, of course, happening the same way all over the English-speaking world and as far is known, all over the western world.  Examples pour in from the US, Australia and of course, from here. The danger, as mentioned in posts passim, is that one becomes entrenched and starts using buzzwords oneself. Long after the particular incidents have faded into obscurity, the effect it had, the…

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Quick glance at UKIP’s 2015 Manifesto

April 15, 2015 3 Comments
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There seems little point reprinting the UKIP manifesto here when you only need click.  Just a few random paragraphs of interest plucked out here for this post: REBUILDING OUR ARMED FORCES Our current level of military spending and staffing is not fulfilling the terms of our NATO membership – which requires that we spend 2 per cent of GDP on defence – and the government has failed to lay out details…

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In the land of the political sophisticate

April 13, 2015 12 Comments
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Wiggia wrote and sent yesterday: Christopher Booker often writes articles that are nearer the truth than his contemporaries in the MSM, not always with the facts correctly displayed but in general terms there is much to commend his articles. But not this one where he cites all the politicians as being centred on giving away sweeties and failing to discuss why so many things are really failing and refusing to…

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Surveillance state a necessity …

April 10, 2015 1 Comment
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… or a dishonest beat-up? One of the big arguments trotted out repeatedly by surveillance state defenders concerning the NSA’s Section 215 program to collect records on all phone calls is that such a thing “would have prevented 9/11″ if it had been in place at the time. Here’s former FBI boss Robert Mueller making just that argument right after the initial Snowden leaks. Here’s Dianne Feinstein making the argument…

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Parachutee watch – Ghosh and the Common Purpose National Trust

April 7, 2015 5 Comments
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Parachutee watch – Ghosh and the Common Purpose National Trust

Did we say hiatus? Sorry, couldn’t resist channelling Delingpole on this issue, as it reflects on so many others afflicting us at this time. It’s a type, the sexless, Common Purpose graduate woman with the Theresa May hair, similar age, champagne socialist, shunted from field of work to field of work she’s not in the least qualified for and on an obscene salary, talking utter bollox direct from the narrative…

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Parish notice

April 7, 2015 Comments Off on Parish notice
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Small hiatus for now at NO from two people – Julia and myself. Julia is ill [see her site] and cannot and I really don’t wish to be the only poster here. I’d prefer to be one among a dozen if poss. If you have something to post, that would be lovely and I’ll post it straight away or you can if you have the log-in but unless any of…

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Obama’s [and the left’s] true treachery to humanity …

April 4, 2015 5 Comments
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Obama’s [and the left’s] true treachery to humanity …

… let alone to the US and Israel, plus the other nations in the region. I wonder, after reading this, if you can begin to understand our apoplexy at that utter lunacy but more importantly, the unforgivable treason: In absolutely stunning news, Iran has agreed to a nuclear deal with the United States and a small consortium of other nations that hate Israel. Well, it’s not a deal deal. It’s a deal to agree…

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Last night’s circus

April 3, 2015 4 Comments
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The Beeb started early with the putdowns, ITV was milder. My question is – which leader: 1. Had a proper job outside of politics? 2. Had the cojones to tell the truth and take on The Man? Articulately. 3. Was consistently vilified and misrepresented, even in the supposed polls? 4. Believes Britain should operate like any normal nation around the world? What was scary. was that there was only one…

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