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Tommy Robinson attacked in prison

October 21, 2014 6 Comments
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Tommy Robinson attacked in prison

There are certain things which are going to happen if you’re a bit of a silly boy and don’t see the writing on the wall.  But that in no way excuses those things happening. Last year, OoL ran a video of a march where Tommy Robinson and another EDL member went on a prearranged walk.  They were first accosted by police and when asked about the route, he told them.  Police have…

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Changing face of British politics – the new enemy

October 20, 2014 2 Comments
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Changing face of British politics – the new enemy

In keeping with the themes of the day – incompetence, designed incompetence, celebration of a great designer/architect, the sea, dangerous places to be and people who send us round the bend, this is an interesting article about Brighton. There are always going to be around the same percentages of people of certain mindsets – blissfully unaware major party tribalists, unhappy left thinking [LibDems and Greens], unhappy sane [now moving towards…

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Negligence is just as much a criminal act

October 19, 2014 3 Comments
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If you look at what the CIA does around the world, especially in the Ukraine, if you look at Eric Holder’s Fast and Furious, at NAFTA, at Colin Ross’s expose of the psychiatric old boys network, at the CFR, at the Rotherham coverup, we’re nowhere near the farfetched yet, not even with MK Ultra and already you can see government agencies not acting on behalf of people. And then we…

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The State of the Ukraine

October 17, 2014 3 Comments
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I haven’t touched the account below in any way – not spelling, not grammar – it’s as it came from my Russian friend. Just thought the wider reading public of OoL might like to see it. … Hi James, you wrote and asked my opinion – here it is - The state workers and deputats of the parlament of the Ukraine are elected by the population.Since there is no authorities…

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Buddy Holly

October 16, 2014 2 Comments
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The reason why this is appearing at OoL does not become apparent until near the end. *It’s a strange post.  It started out as a look at Buddy Holly as a singer and here are the original opening words: Really love this clip – the girls behind look like debutantes and are dying to dance to it: At that point, I stumbled on these clips [text continues below them]: Part 2 Part 3…

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Yes but nobody believes you any more …

October 15, 2014 13 Comments
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Middle classes won’t pay inheritance tax, Tories vow Only the “very wealthy” will be forced to pay inheritance tax under plans being drawn up by the Conservatives, David Cameron has signalled. In his clearest indication to date that he will stop anyone who is not a millionaire from paying the levy, the prime minister said that people who did not feel “in any way mega-rich” were being hit. That’s the…

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How not to go about achieving change

October 15, 2014 8 Comments
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How not to go about achieving change

Richard North is one of those on the correct side of politics in my book – wants smaller government, out of the EU, many other things and so I’m loathe to write against him, despite the way he’s been carrying on. I might have gone to Harrogate with them, I actually agree with a lot of it. Two of his staunch allies, Witterings from Witney and Autonomous Mind I’d like…

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Climate legerdemain yet again

October 13, 2014 4 Comments
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Don’t know much about this Owen Paterson man, I’ve seen quite disparaging things on Twitter but not the substance of what the gripe is. Anyway, Wiggia sends OP’s idea on climate tax and all that: The Climate Change Act 2008, which ties Britain into stringent environmental measures, should be suspended – and then scrapped – if other countries refuse to agree legally binding targets, says Owen Paterson MP Britain will struggle…

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What would you want 500,000 plastic ‘coffins’ for?

October 12, 2014 4 Comments
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In a different part of the world, a mate who worked within the military told me about a joke they all shared – there was a military base and a small encampment of conspiraloons some distance from it, noting the coming and going of UFOs, which he said were just experimental devices going here or there – nothing extraterrestrial at all. My thoughts, on hearing that, told in the sense of…

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‘Fruitcakes and loons’, cheese and tea

October 10, 2014 12 Comments
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‘Fruitcakes and loons’, cheese and tea

What, if anything, strikes you most about this picture? My first thought was that the Beeb was keen to show Douglas Carswell only in proximity to the Raving Loonies – have a look at the shots they’ve been using. My second thought was that, in so doing,they were spitting on a great British tradition – the eccentric. Can you imagine a platform like that in, say, France or Germany? We…

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On Sovereignty and the ECHR

October 9, 2014 1 Comment
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Most things like this are dealt with behind the scenes but with this one, it might be useful for readers if I take you through the process. It began with a letter I received: Dear Mr. Higham, I was wondering if I might ask you to elaborate on something you wrote on your blog titled “Human Rights versus human rights” on February 8, 2011. You state that the “Sovereignty Bill” “is…

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Questioning free trade

October 7, 2014 5 Comments
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Interesting points being made on free trade at Vox’s. Himself: Free trade advocates are very often dishonest and attempt to claim that while they support the free movement of capital and goods, they do not support the free movement of people. But this is nonsense, because the free movement of people is intrinsically necessary for free trade in both labor and services. Furthermore, observe that the European Union’s “Four Freedoms”…

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A scenario whereby we get out via the back door

October 6, 2014 3 Comments
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A scenario whereby we get out via the back door

Perhaps if we put a scenario rather than speak generally. A number of things are ongoing – Carswell gets back, Reckless is neck and neck with the Tory, the Labour seat is nearly lost and the momentum of defiant protest is certainly in the air. Two more Tories defect, Cameron sees the election slipping away and pressure from his own wing increases, to the point he must either champion the…

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1. political will 2. test case 3. legal opinion falls in line 4. exit

October 5, 2014 14 Comments
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1. political will 2. test case 3. legal opinion falls in line 4. exit

Just reviewing Richard North’s Flexcit for a moment: … and then at the legal opinion [via IPJ here] on our inability to alter the Ts&Cs of the ECHR, as Chris Grayling is proposing, https://www.scribd.com/doc/241813468/Opinion-on-HRA-Repeal … then it is clear that it is so worded, in both cases, such that it is well nigh impossible to leave, except under terms highly disadvantageous to the UK – as far as the EU,…

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Ebola – some more snippets

October 2, 2014 2 Comments
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Ebola – some more snippets

IPJ came through with this about an ebola bun immunogen patent in the U.S. [click and click again]: And this: RELATED APPLICATIONS This application claims priority benefit of U.S. Provisional Application 61/108,175 filed 24 Oct. 2008; the contents of which are hereby incorporated by reference. DEPOSIT STATEMENT The invention provides the isolated human Ebola (hEbola) viruses denoted as Bundibugyo (EboBun) deposited with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”; Atlanta,…

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