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The spectre of our hollow forces

March 5, 2015 1 Comment
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Either idiots or people with an agenda to leave the nation exposed would argue for the reduction of trained manpower and focus only on lifestyle. This was the situation in late Rome. What shocked me at the Mail was only 137 comments when the senior soldier spoke and yet other topics garner upwards of 3000 comments at times. We are being very, very foolish as a nation and the current…

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Across-the-pond dialogue critical for our peoples

March 4, 2015 6 Comments
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Nice conversation at Breitbart in the comments thread – that is, if you can weed out the trolls and those deeply into the name-calling on other commenters. About half the comments are worth reading and they are actually worth reading. It concerns Nigel’s speech to the GOP. He may have actually misjudged his hosts who have major issues over there in the run-up to the presidential election. What was particularly…

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Number crunching

March 3, 2015 3 Comments
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Interesting number crunching going on. Guido’s readers, not him due to his bias, have: What is interesting is that the UKIP vote share in Scotland is about 4%, and in London about 8%, but in the UK as a whole they are currently polling about 15-18%. If you do the maths on this, you will find that in England they have to be polling around 23-5% for the UK average…

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We all need to vociferously demand these crooks are taken down

March 2, 2015 1 Comment
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ZeroHedge had: “The Fed is out of control,” exclaims David Stockman – perhaps best known for architecting Reagan’s economic turnaround known as ‘Morning in America’ – adding that “people don’t want to hear the reality and the truth that we’re facing.” Policymakers are “taking our economy in a direction that is dangerous, that is not sustainable, and is likely to fully undermine everything that’s been built up and created by…

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The destruction of heritage by the yahoos

February 28, 2015 2 Comments
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The brief at OoL was that posts, in some way, were connected to the concept of freedom and a natural corollary of that – its limits. Should burquas be banned? Should smoking in public places? Should there be any bans at all, e.g. people decapitating others in the name of a cause? And the stance of the blog, namely that there is no real stance beyond live and let live,…

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The impossibility of true debate

February 28, 2015 1 Comment
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The impossibility of true debate

One of the constant criticisms by our side of politics is how much consideration is given exploded points of view. Balance though, I’ve been forced to learn, is a false construct in many areas. For example, someone like us who constantly puts that sexualizing children is one of the sickest by-products of leftism today – something we say on our side of politics – is hardly going to take kindly to…

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Carswell and Farage

February 25, 2015 8 Comments
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Bloggers for UKIP write: Douglas Carswell has told the media to stop “mischief making” about his relationship with Nigel Farage. Rumours were circulating yesterday (almost certainly from the anti-UKIP “research” team in CCHQ who have been running the dirty campaign against UKIP since 2013) that there is a rift between Douglas Carswell and Nigel Farage. There’s little doubt that he is being wooed for a switch back to the Tories…

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Denunciation

February 22, 2015 4 Comments
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Denunciation

Chuckles points to Ken Frost who points to Nanny: Our old friends from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) are so worried about the over prescription of antibiotics, that they have instructed doctors to snoop on their colleagues in order to ensure they are not prescribing too many antibiotics. Call me naive, but aside from this being an utterly disgraceful instruction, aren’t doctors meant to be competent,…

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Blueprints for Them

February 19, 2015 4 Comments
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Blueprints for Them

The federalist, bureaucratic model Within the US, according to Svali, this is how the Illuminati supposedly have it set up: Level One: Local level: (anytown, USA) sister groups Level Two: Metropolitan leadership council Baalim (head) (1), assistants to the head (2) administrators over finances and day to day happenings (4), head trainers (oversee and teach other trainers) (6). The total: 13 members. The Baalim and his two assistants report to:…

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Thinktanks [2]

February 18, 2015 4 Comments
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Thinktanks [2]

The aim in Part 1 was to overwhelm with data, to replicate, in a blogpost, that which is happening in RL out there but as was noted by a commenter, much was left out even then and I also wrote that it hardly scratched the surface. Add to that all the research done by many, many bloggers around the sphere and what we have is not so much a dastardly,…

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Thinktanks

February 18, 2015 5 Comments
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Thinktanks

There’s an ever-present danger that when words are thrown about such as Rothschilds, Bilderberg etc., those invoking them are instantly dismissed with a groan, that most people do not really know the interelationships between groups and in my case, when I use the word Them, it does not help my cause that the data below is not quoted each and every time. The blog format does not help in this.…

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The Monday assault on UKIP

February 16, 2015 6 Comments
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The Monday assault on UKIP

[Pic courtesy HuffPost] No doubt others will have much to write about the C4 mockumentary about UKIP in government. Not having a tele, I’ve had to rely on tweets by known bloggers, e.g. Dick Puddlecote, Captain Ranty etc. But even their comments don’t paint the whole picture. 1. At the same time, someone called Trevor has flooded the Mail’s comments thread whilst the show was still on and the Mail…

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Who’d live in Scotland?

February 16, 2015 18 Comments
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First there’s the frightening prospect of Wee Alex’s henchwoman having up to 29 MPs at Westminster [West Lothian and Barnett will be fun], giving them the balance of power, which of course then focuses on how Nicky Caviar sees life in Scotland and here it is: THE welfare of unborn children will come under scrutiny as part of the Scottish Government’s proposals for a named person for every child in…

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OoL and UKIP

February 13, 2015 24 Comments
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OoL and UKIP

There’s nothing like a General Election to focus thoughts on whom to vote for. Orphans of Liberty has been through one GE so far and we didn’t really support any party, though most of the British readers would have been libertarian or maybe UKIP, with a certain readership affiliation with the other parties. We’re mindful that, even now, we have overseas readers, libertarians and those with other party affiliations but…

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Case studies in lack of self-control

February 13, 2015 3 Comments
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Case studies in lack of self-control

When arguments fail: The subject of that pic from Kent was “Nigel Farage hit over the head by placard”.  Says it all. This writer judges political issues on where there is hypocrisy, humbuggery and plain lying in order to promote its wares and where there is not … and opts for where there is not. Therefore, it became apparent that, though the Tory platform did indeed support good things like small business,…

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