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UKIP, Nigel and Evans

August 27, 2015 4 Comments
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UKIP, Nigel and Evans

http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/isabel-hardman/2015/08/exclusive-ukip-wars-threaten-to-reignite-over-mayoral-race/

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EU – the enemy

August 26, 2015 1 Comment
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EU – the enemy

EU President Praises Borderless Europe As Migrant Tide Floods In http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2015/08/25/eu-chief-praises-borderless-europe-as-migrant-tide-floods-in/ Unelected idiot spouts EU mantra…………. http://www.dw.com/en/fire-destroys-another-refugee-home-in-germany/a-18670478 Obviously not everyone agrees with him, but it is only one centre, if things get really bad they can always nominate Strasbourg as an alternative as it isn’t used that much, that could accomodate a few thousand … Linked to by Vox, “Schengen is Dead“, sent by Chuckles: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/11821468/If-Britain-bends-to-pressure-where-would-we-put-a-quota-of-migrants.html

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Caption time

August 24, 2015 16 Comments
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Caption time

Add yours. Family is returning from Martha’s Vineyard holiday:

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Sometimes it just has to be said

August 22, 2015 1 Comment
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Sometimes it just has to be said

For a few days, I’ve been under personal attack, in response to my attacking the left for this very tactic. My N1 question was why the left refuse to condemn Planned Parenthood. It is taxpayer funded and needs to be defunded. On Twitter, unfortunately, those of like mind to the defunders have sometimes used pictures of foetuses and have quoted PP employees. Not sure of this tactic, it’s not unlike…

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A plethora of models

August 18, 2015 4 Comments
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A plethora of models

My parents taught me never to discuss sex, religion or politics and look what we’re all doing today, even falling out. What makes it worse is that two people can be arguing over two completely different aspects of the same question, both right by their lights and yet falling out, whilst the truth is they’re arguing at cross-purposes. They’re just coming at something from two entirely different angles, with a different set of…

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SJWs even ruin football

August 17, 2015 1 Comment
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SJWs even ruin football

Interesting that this is sent by an American, Lord Somber, on Australian football, for a British blog. Like it. Let’s go. How Social Justice Warriors Ruined Australian Football Decades ago, in the “bad old days” when men were men, women were women and small furry creatures from … well, you understand, Oz football was dominated by a few teams, of which Carlton and Collingwood were the two main ones. Carlton…

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Still in any doubt?

August 17, 2015 7 Comments
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NOTE PLEASE:  This post will come down at the end of today. ———- Forwarded message ———- From: Abid Khan <abid.khan@pressahmadiyya.com> Date: 17 August 2015 at 11:42 Subject: UNDER STRICT EMBARGO 21/08/15: 33000 MUSLIMS GATHER TO PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO ISLAMIC CALIPHATE IN UK UNDER STRICT EMBARGO FOR FRIDAY 21 AUGUST 2015 33,000 Muslims gather to pledge allegiance to Islamic Caliphate in UK More than 33,000 Muslims travelling from across the world…

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Creeps

August 15, 2015 2 Comments
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Creeps

British athletes are objecting after the Union Flag was left off the new kit released in advance of the 2015 World Championships of Athletics in Beijing, China. I want to know who the weasel was, the creep, who decided this. Who was this little lefty who’s been watching like a hawk with all his little mates, deciding in meetings how far they can actually push the British public before they…

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Chilcot and Fifth Chambers

August 14, 2015 10 Comments
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The Mail is good for two things.  One is its ability to tackle topics no other paper will, and the second is its photos. One of those topics is the Chilcot failure to report: Sir John Chilcot under increasing pressure to release long-overdue report Next week, inquiry will have lasted longer than British troops fought in Iraq Tory’s Julian Thomas said he failed to give ‘straight answers’ over delay John…

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The climate scam is one small part of the push

August 11, 2015 3 Comments
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It’s the headlines which give it away: (1) “President ‘has four years to save Earth’” says climate scientist James Hansen in The Guardian, 17 January 2009. (2) “Global warming has reached a ‘defining moment,’ Prince Charles warns” in The Telegraph, 12 March 2009. “The world has “less than 100 months” to save the planet. (3) “‘We have hours’ to prevent climate disaster” by Elizabeth May(Member of Parliament and leader of…

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Dishonest journalism

August 10, 2015 2 Comments
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Dishonest journalism

If you distill everything we don’t like in politics into one word, might that word be “dishonesty”? But it’s more than that – it’s that tricky-dicky way people who think they’re oh so clever, e.g. Cameron, Haig, Blair, play these little tricks on us, grinning and congratulating themselves at their own cleverness. This one was either Taki’s, Fraser Nelson’s or one of the subbies he uses. Isabelle Hardman? Yes, it’s the…

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What Comrade Corbyn is not telling us

August 8, 2015 5 Comments
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What Comrade Corbyn is not telling us

[Photo] Comrade Corbyn is offering a simplistic vision for the infantilized. Nigel Farage was offering a tough vision where one would have to actually work to get anything. The Nigel Farage phenomenon has had its first rush and garnered 3.8 million votes. Now, as if this is a directed pantomime, it’s the Jeremy Corbyn show. Two images of two shops I went into in the mid-90s for your consideration. One…

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Before the backlash – the feminization of schooling

August 6, 2015 5 Comments
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Before the backlash – the feminization of schooling

When you’re woken in the middle of the night by some female shouting at a door down the corridor from you and you can’t get back to sleep so you check the email on the iPad and see this from Chuckles and read it, then thoughts naturally go back to schooldays. Because you look at what’s written on that page, knowing it to be true from your own last two…

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Perhaps the least regulated sport on the planet

August 4, 2015 5 Comments
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Perhaps the least regulated sport on the planet

A young Ben Ainslie in the making? [Photos Iain Philpott, Harry Bowerman & Jonathan Dakin] The last time sport raised its head at OoL, I got slapped down for daring to suggest that exercise would solve many issues and heaven forbid – good diet as well. So while the libertarians have been going on about the right to eat junk and be a couch potato, I’ve politely held my tongue.…

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Damning verdict on British schoolchildren

August 3, 2015 6 Comments
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Damning verdict on British schoolchildren

On the issue.  First we need to put aside the issues with the Chinese themselves and that of the Japanese. They certainly have issues of stress, among other things. On the other hand, having been in Russia, I can underscore the comments. The English teachers, of course, hit back, saying that one has to tailor the programme to the student. To a point. One has to take into account those…

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