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The “victim” is the real racist

July 28, 2015 2 Comments
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The “victim” is the real racist

The reason this is of interest to those in other lands and at other sites is that it shows, in fine detail, how the hegemony of Them, the govt, major bodies, the media, the schools, the left, PCists, victimhood specialists, the self-entitled, entertainment “stars” – in other words, the vocal ones with the power to influence – all combine to push a line they’ve agreed on. More than that, they act…

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Planned Parenthood – the Empire Strikes Back

July 27, 2015 1 Comment
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There were two or three pieces sent in the past couple of days on the Planned Parenthood baby parts tale of woe. While the left looked on with dismay, pundits, bless them, were straight into it: What makes this tape so different, so appalling, is that, at some level, there a sense in all of us, which ideological indoctrination cannot wholly suppress, that, morally, something terrible is happening here.  …

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We must counter the abused and misused term “racist”

July 26, 2015 5 Comments
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We must counter the abused and misused term “racist”

If this cuts across Julia’s post on the matter, then sorry but clearly we were thinking the same things at the same time. Amfortas commented: Wiggia’s vid is a fine example pointing to the self-loathing of the white world. This is possibly partly a deliberately encouraged self-abnegation infiltrated by anti-western ideologies and partly a neurosis brought about by the carnage of the 20C. It is a sickness. And this is…

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The new fascism

July 24, 2015 7 Comments
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Exhibit one – the dishonest imposition of ideology Someone says the Mail is a rag.  Yes, no argument there, this blog has torn strips of the Mail many a time. But to say I wouldn’t believe anything it said is silly.  Just as the Guardian, in reporting the incident, does bring it to our attention – it’s just the subsequent spin which is dabatable – so the Mail does actually unfold stories…

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Current example of how far free speech

July 23, 2015 7 Comments
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For someone with such strong views on things, my history as an admin has been for a relatively soft touch, letting things slide rather than banning and deleting. We have banned and deleted but not happily, quite rarely and as a result of discussion. The central issue is that this is a libertarian site and that includes those of a more politically left stance [Voice of Reason] and those of…

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Liz Kendall is finding out the hard way

July 21, 2015 1 Comment
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The message does become blunted with repetition. Not only that, but there is the Liz Kendall Syndrome. This is where you might have the facts at hand, you might see that voting in Corbyn would be a disaster for your party, but you can’t come out and say it. For if you do come out and say it, plus give sprays to every other kind of inanity the party indulges…

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This nation state

July 20, 2015 8 Comments
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This nation state

“Europe’s nations should be guided towards the superstate without their people understanding what is happening. This can be accomplished by successive steps, each disguised as having an economic purpose, but which will eventually and irreversibly lead to federation.” – Jean Monnet, founding father of the EU, 1943 This one opens with Wiggia’s observations on the nation state: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/eureferendum/11697331/The-EU-is-stealing-Britains-diplomatic-influence-and-so-we-must-leave.html Little by little the erosion of nation states goes on, yet never a…

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The food scams revisited

July 16, 2015 10 Comments
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Admittedly it was at the Guardian but a couple of the comments were quite sane: As a former manager for Currys PC World, I have to say neither consumers nor Which truly have any idea of the scale of the problem. The sheer volume of fictitious ‘offers’ I used to see was simply outstanding, and the companies that use them have become awfully good at masking them and convincing consumers…

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Divide and rule – how we’re all manipulated

July 14, 2015 6 Comments
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Divide and rule – how we’re all manipulated

From Theo via Chuckles: We can come back to that later. Breitbart reported: “Sorry, but there is no way you are leaving this room.” There, in just 11 words, lies the problem with the Euro and the EU; it’s not up to the member states. It’s up to the Eurocrats who have spent their whole lives dedicated to building an undemocratic, European superstate which has little regard for the will…

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Celebwatch – this week, Cheryl Tweedy

July 13, 2015 2 Comments
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Celebwatch – this week, Cheryl Tweedy

Is it possible to live this life, read a paper, watch TV, without this lot always being in our faces? Once again, Katy Hopkins calls a spade a spade: ‘You need a roast dinner': Katie Hopkins issues Cheryl Fernandez-Versini’s with a tongue-lashing over her ‘tinky-tiny’ frame Cheryl Tweedy has four things not going for her – she’s brainless but with a self-promoting, narrow-eyed cunning, she has that awful bodyscarring down the back,…

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Who shall “lead” us?

July 9, 2015 Comments Off on Who shall “lead” us?
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If it ever needed spelling out that the PTB and their lackeys, the govts, do not place any store on the people’s voices beyond using them as bargaining chips, it is in Greece: Greece blinks first as Tsipras promises to ‘immediately implement’ reforms in return for loan from bailout fund Hang on – that referendum was the direction the people wanted, rightly or wrongly. It wasn’t some bargaining chip you…

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The boycotting of charities

July 8, 2015 13 Comments
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The boycotting of charities

Charity giants have been hounding vulnerable people on a ‘no-call’ list British Red Cross, Oxfam and Macmillan are exploiting loopholes in the TPS Though my opinion of the DM and that of many can be summed up in the comment below, they do occasionally do good work and this is one such time … if they follow it through, that is. # The other day, I was in town. Girl…

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Seven seven

July 7, 2015 Comments Off on Seven seven
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Seven seven

If you click on that pic, you’ll be taken to the CNN compassionate view of what it meant to people involved. Some might say leave it at that but like Banquo’s father, the ghost of the victims will not rest until those responsible, even down to Cressida Dick, are brought to book. In the case of someone like David Kelly, we’ll be waiting a very long time. My most caustic…

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The new radicals

July 6, 2015 2 Comments
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To slightly misquote the letter of Tom Paine‘s comment but to capture its essence, he once said that blogposts about blogging are among his least favourite and I’d agree … until a blogger comes along who is worth speaking of. Most posts are about events, ideas and behaviours but few go into the person disseminating them, unless that person is in the public sphere.  Worse is a blogger who puts a…

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How much do pundits know?

July 4, 2015 5 Comments
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How much do pundits know?

James Forsyth at the Spectator writes: Cameron’s defenders would argue that, when people call him lucky, what they actually mean is that he seizes his opportunities. But so far he has shown a marked reluctance to take advantage of Europe’s troubles to secure a better deal for Britain. Politicians are fond of quoting the words of Barack Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel: ‘You never let a serious crisis…

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