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WAP

May 22, 2015 No Comments
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Of all the things which have come through to the inbox in the past 12 hours or so, from the fascinating to the banal, from the sane to the lunatic, none was more stupid and at the same time evil as a seemingly innocuous development called WAP. Yes, WAP.  If you’re not a blogger, if you have no domain, this is not for you.  If you do blog, then this…

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The current pincer movement on civilization

May 20, 2015 7 Comments
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Combining two issues here. In the first, sorry for no attribution, it was late at night, I saw it, grabbed the text and forgot the url. So you can take this or leave it. As we reported in March, Baxter International, the same company chosen to make the swine flu vaccine, were caught distributing vaccines to 18 different labs in Europe that were tainted with the deadly avian flu virus.…

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Islam must depart from these shores now

May 19, 2015 7 Comments
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The previous post went into what happens, traumatically, when people in a society simply cannot accept the reality of personal limitations. The same applies in ideology itself. We pride ourselves on our tolerance, on our libertarianism, on our ability to offer the big tent, saying all are welcome. Sorry, they’re not and one particular nation where that has come home to roost is Denmark. In the face of terrorism, Queen…

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Diversity trumps people not being burnt to death

May 18, 2015 3 Comments
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It’s about the NY fire department being made to “diversify” it’s personnel make-up, too many white Americans/Italians on the force.  Remember, it’s not important whether they can fight fires or not – diversity is everything: The ‘diverse’ slate couldn’t pass written tests. Female candidates couldn’t pass physical tests. But the bar was lowered anyway and they were swept in, with predictably disastrous results. And so it came down to Michael…

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Local government? Who chairs the meetings?

May 18, 2015 3 Comments
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AK Haart writes of the ideal many have of local government supplanting this federalist model where interference comes from above: Much stronger local government presumably. Local government where the basic political unit is local enough to tackle local complexities, to find out what works and what doesn’t, small enough to reject a thousand vain political fantasies. Lovely ideal but we’ve seen how it works in practice.  For a start, look…

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Suzanne Evans is Common Purpose

May 17, 2015 4 Comments
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The things going on inside UKIP are troubling us all but the answer came from one of the commenters at Breibart: http://www.cpexposed.com/graduates Evans, Suzanne Greater Manchester – 2000, Matrix, Businesss Director, BT plc, Manchester – London Road There is it is. Infiltrated, had a setback with attempt to get on the council last time, this time the supposed author of the manifesto. Who then actually wrote it? CP is like…

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Managing

May 15, 2015 4 Comments
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Managing

It would be nice to find the definitive post to which we can point and say – there, there it is, that’s exactly what’s wrong with things. These posts linked to below might go someway to providing that definitive example. We could start with the Small Dead Animals blog and the resignation of a man in California for his outrageous proposal that water storage be expanded for California: Anthony Saracino, a longtime…

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Is Nige the new Diana?

May 14, 2015 No Comments
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Effing BBC, effing Mail, effing all of them.  But particularly the BBC. Raedwald writes and Rossa’s mother sends about BBC sending staff on Common Purpose courses at £3.6k a pop!!  You effing ^%&*^%$ ers!  That’s our money! Most Kippers take anything the Daily Mail or Beeb says with a grain of salt.  Just occasionally, the Wail hits on a half-truth: Speaking to The Times, Mr O’Flynn, who is Ukip’s economic spokesman and…

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Feminism only has the State and shaming language

May 14, 2015 13 Comments
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This is going to be long.  Some essential reading first from this lady on the matter. Vox gets to the heart of the matter too in his quote and subsequent comments: Feminism is already a dead woman walking. All feminism has is shaming language and the State (ironically, ultimately other men) to keep men to the feminist line. Allow me to intervene here – the question of the shaming language.…

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The new Unsustainability Agenda coming to you in September

May 13, 2015 No Comments
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The new Unsustainability Agenda coming to you in September

There’s a most ungentlemanly and unChristian reaction to to these people – they are utter p****s. Unless you view this through Christian-filtered glasses, it hardly makes sense, certainly not for the average watcher.  Just why do these people wish to visit misery and penury on the world’s population?  Why do they wish to wreck the economies of Africa, such as they are and ensure the mass exodus of blacks to…

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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

May 9, 2015 3 Comments
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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?

So OK, we have no proof, no concrete proof of deeper nefarious workings and anecdotal is notoriously dangerous when the sample size is so small. Do you think that just because we’re suspicious, we’re then going to wildly jump to unsustainable conclusions? And yet, up and down the land, people are reporting the same thing – that the UKIP vote does seem strange in places, not to mention the voter…

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VE Day versus the shame of Westminster today

May 8, 2015 3 Comments
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VE Day versus the shame of Westminster today

This will have to serve until about noon Friday. Let’s not forget this important day whilst these buffoons are being put back into power by our “countrymen and women”. It’s fashionable for the vanquished or the almost-but-not-quite- there to decry either the system or the stupidity of the voter but on PR, as Edwina Currie crowed in the early hours of this morning – you lost that one, mateys, in…

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Electoral Commission and polling station irregularities already

May 7, 2015 5 Comments
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UKIP is going to get stitched up today. Reports already in say that they are rubbing off the pencil where someone has put a cross on UKIP and are putting the cross somewhere else. UKIP are advising all to take PENS with them when going to vote, to prevent returning officers doing this sort of thing. Then there are those postal votes. And now this: UKIP candidate missing on ballot…

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The chance of mayhem in Westminster after tomorrow depends on Thanet South

May 6, 2015 6 Comments
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So here we are, folks.  You’ve seen and heard it all, you’ve made up your mind or not. I’m hardly going to persuade you, yet let me lay out my thinking here. Can we seriously put in a party who did the things Labour did from 1997 to 2010?  Iraq war, mass immigration, attempts to change the country, sold out to the EU in signing Lisbon, bankrupted the country? And…

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Dignity

May 5, 2015 1 Comment
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Dignity

You can tell a good man, even if you can’t understand all his graphs, when he quotes things like this: “Events have satisfied my mind, and I think the minds of the American people, that the mischiefs and dangers which flow from a national [central] bank far over-balance all its advantages. The bold effort the present bank has made to control the Government, the distresses it has wantonly produced, the…

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