Thursday, 30 October 2014

Salvation is at hand, or Balls to the EU

The answer to the EU’s extortionate demand for a further 2 BILLION euros is obvious – let Labour in at the next election and Britain will soon be so broke, thanks to Balls’ Bungling, that we will qualify for a 200% rebate on our EU contributions.

Good idea for here?

In North Korea, watching soap operas is a crime which books the perp an appointment with a firing squad, apparently.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Have they no shame? Apparently not.

7 former Labour MPs and 2 Liberals, who were deselected in 2010 for expenses swindles, are being given another chance to dump their noses into the trough next year. Their respective parties, it would seem, have no problem with having a few more bad hats in their ranks.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Why is every Ed in politics an idiot if he’s Liberal or Labour?

Energy Sec. E. Davey (Liberal) is trying to cause an epidemic of fool poisoning by bribing hotels to turn down the wick on refrigerators in the name of meeting boneheaded EU Global Warming Swindle targets and the illusion of saving the planet from an imaginary threat, which is promoted only by swindlers and business sharks and crooked or deluded politicians.

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Is the public sector good for anything?

The electoral register, which will be used for next year’s general election, has been audited and found wanting. It leaves out 8,500,000 people who are entitled to vote and it includes 6,000,000 people who are dead or who have moved house plus fraudulent registrations which have been allowed to remain in place.

Friday, 24 October 2014

Rewards for failure

Is Gordon Brown and the rest of New Labour running the EU, which penalizes success and rewards incompetence and failure the New Labour way? Why else would the EU be demanding another 2 Billion euros from Britain, because we avoided economic collapse, so that it can give the cash to France and Germany, who are struggling.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Guess again, Prof.

Certified genius Stephen Hawking came up with a Chronology Protection Conjecture, which assumes that the Universe protects the timeline and will keep it intact no matter what time travellers try to do to it.
    But why should the Universe be at all bothered by changes to the timeline? One past/present/future is as good as any other. What difference would it make to the Universe if any or all of them is/are changed once, twice or lots of times?
    Does time travel unravel the very being of the Universe? No, it just alters it. And why should the Universe care if the inhabitants do the equivalent of knocking down the odd wall to create more space, repainting or removing stuff which has become unsightly or inconvenient?

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

It’s all about the money

Why was the government so keen for same-sex “marriage”? As someone pointed out last night, it was so it could collect £100 from pairs who had already gone through a civil partnership, and who wanted to pretend to be married.

Whatever happened to . . .

Someone mentioned CND last night, and everyone wondered where it has gone? Personally, I always viewed it as a total waste of time. Like any government with nuclear weapons is going to give them up!! No doubt the people involved felt good about themselves and what they were doing at the time, that’s about all they ever achieved.

More political garbage

The claim that “only the Liberals will create opportunity for everyone by building a stronger economy and a fairer society” in their draft election manifesto “shouldn’t surprise anyone”, sez a party mouthpiece. Who is perfectly right. It’s standard, empty political rhetoric from a minority party, which know that it will never be asked to deliver things it couldn’t deliver in a million years.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Safe in Labour’s hand? That’s not even a bad joke.

The NHS in England is coming under siege even more; but not from the rest of the world. Patients in Wales are realizing that the Labour stooges running the NHS there are quite content to let them die of neglect and they are flocking to England in ever increasing numbers just to survive. Which explains why the Labour administration in Wales is blocking an investigation by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which could publish a damning report on Labour’s incompetence before the next general election.

Monday, 20 October 2014

Out of Options

What is Red Ed going to use as his centrepiece for his election campaign? He can’t use the economy because everyone remembers how New Labour wrecked it. He can’t use the NHS after New Labour let people die of neglect at Stafford hospital, and elsewhere, in England and the same is happening in Wales, where Labour has charge of the NHS. Keeping the lights on? That won’t happen under Labour. Europe and EU membership? Defence? Crime? There doesn’t seem to be any area in which Labour doesn’t have a recent history of making a bog of things.

Recycle, recycle

The Justice Secretary, C. Grayling, has announced that he is going to get tough with internet trolls. He made the same pledge 7 months ago, which means that he might just be able to squeak it in again before the next election if he shortens his cycle to 6 months.

Sunday, 19 October 2014

A mystery solved

Watched the Roger Moore Bond film Octopussy last night and I noticed “” below the opening lion logo, which set me wondering. The film was released in 1983 and the internet wasn’t around until over a decade later. But all was revealed at the very end. I’d just seen a digitally restored version of the film, and that’s why the opening logo had been updated.

Saturday, 18 October 2014

Even more contemptible, Red Ed

What makes the fake outrage even more scumbagaceous is waiting for 2 weeks with the bugged conversation in his pocket before Red Ed did his comedy act at prime monster’s questions.

Impure political hypocrisy

How strange that Labour sad-sacks in both the party and the charity sector should attack Lord Freud for wondering about a state subsidy for disabled people, who cannot do enough to earn the minimum wage. Could it be that Labour, the party of subsidy bribes, is upset because one of their gang failed to come up with the idea?
    It’s good that drones like Miliband, E., and Eagle, A., were showered with derision when they put on a show of synthetic outrage. It’s bad that all of them will do it again at the next opportunity. Something else that’s bad is that Tory grandees failed to support Lord Freud and chose to go down the synthetic shock road instead.

Friday, 17 October 2014

Empty Words

Dave the Leader says he’s willing to give the EU one last go. But the trouble is, the EU doesn’t deserve any more go’s and if it fails to deliver any goods, Dave will be prepared to give it another last go and another and another . . .

More political hypocrisy

How typical of the Labour party to explode in fake anger when a Tory minister talks about paying disabled people for the amount of work they are actually able to do, even if the market rate is less than the minimum wage. Because Labour is the party of charity – as long as someone else is paying and the recipient is likely to become grateful enough to Labour to vote for them.

Thursday, 16 October 2014

Pure insanity!

The Labour party has gone out of its tiny mind. Why else would the party bosses want Gordon Brown, the man who wrecked the British economy and the banks and private pensions, to become the “father of the nation” for Scotland? He is being given some credit for reviving the NO vote in the recent referendum – using his usual tactic of bribing the Scots with English taxpayers’ cash – but the true value of his contribution remains notional. Given the amount of intimidation in which the YES campaigners were indulging, the real truth is that the polls got things badly wrong because people planning to vote NO pretended that they would vote the other way to avoid being beaten up.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

The bigger the ratbag, the more protection he deserves?

In the mainly secret trial of the Turkish suspected terrorist, part of the prosecution case is that he may have been planning an attack on an “individual of significance”. So does that mean the rest of us, who aren't Tony B. Liar, are individuals of no significance? Flaming cheek!

Seconds from disaster

How do you know that an Air France flight is about to crash into the sea? You hear both pilots yawning as they wake from a deep sleep and one of them shouts, “FK, we’re dead!” just before a very loud splash.

Tuesday, 14 October 2014

One or the other

A Turkish man is being investigated after he was found to be in possession of a memory stick with bomb-making details on it and Tony Blair’s address (well, one of the many) on a piece of paper. It is not yet clear whether he is to be charged with a terrorism offence or considered for an award of some kind.

No one in public life is ever to blame

The disgraced Tory MP Brooks Newmark is now claiming that he’s going to fight his demons. Maybe it would be better if he realized that his Captain Underpants Complex is all down to him, not imaginary demons.

Monday, 13 October 2014

It’s only fair

If Dave the Leader is so dead set on fixing the overseas aid budget at a reckless 0.7% of GDP, then the cost of health tourism – some £2 BILLION per year – should come out of this budget. It is grossly unfair to expect the British taxpayer to cough up extra cash for this abuse of our hospitality.


So everyone has to keep totally silent during the Russian anthem at their Grand Prix on FIA orders. Or what? Be shot by the snipers on the stands? Very weird. Not much of a race, either.

Friday, 10 October 2014

Get the OuiJa board out!

The Home Office has refused to issue visitor visas for a choir of Ugandan orphan children because they didn’t provide letters of consent from their parents.

Thursday, 9 October 2014

Trust me, I’m a landscaper

One of the staff had an interesting experience on his day off. He was pottering about at home when there was some frantic ringing on his doorbell. When he opened the door, it wasn’t the postman, it was a rather agitated bloke waving some sort of identity card. He announced that he was a landscaper (one of the sort who drive around in a van looking for jobs) and he needed to know if the large conifer which he had spotted behind the houses belonged to my employee. The tree, he insisted was much too tall for its setting.
    Agitation turned to disappointment when he was told that the tree was in a neighbour’s garden. And my employee was left with the distinct impression that if he had admitted ownership of the tree, then he would have been told that it was a clear and present danger to life and limb, and it had to come down at once. Luckily, his door-stepping landscaper was an qualified tree expert and able to do the job instantly for a small fee. Maybe a thousand pounds? Seeing it was such a big tree and there were all sorts of ’elf and safety considerations involved.

Wednesday, 8 October 2014

Beauty & the Beast on the Watch TV channel

A big snag of shoving a long break into a series is that when you start watching episode 17/23 of series 2, you're sat there wondering who all these sort of familiar people are and what they did in the previous 16 episodes.

Tuesday, 7 October 2014

Liberal lunatics

“Carbon is the enemy” was the slogan proclaimed by some well-lunched person at their conference. So when are the Liberals planning to attack China and India for shoving vast amounts of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere from their coal-fired power stations? Amounts which make Red Ed’s Climate Change Act (2008) a nonsense? And how many microseconds will they last when they make a suicide attack on the “polluters” before Clegg and the half-dozen idiots with him are blown to carbon dioxide?

Monday, 6 October 2014

Sky Sports: totally useless

Switched on for the replay of the Japanese GP yesterday afternoon, but got just a load of crap and fillers, endlessly repeated. And no explanation from Sky Sports. No on-screen caption to say a driver was seriously injured and the repeat had been cancelled, which would have been very easy to do. Nothing on the website, either. When it comes to quality of communication with its customers, Sky would really struggle to get within a million miles of piss-poor, even with a full tank of gas.
    Tried again today. According to the TV menu, the grand prix should have been on but all that was on the screen was a repeat of qualifying. So we thought, “Balls to Sky, we’ll watch it on the BBC red button.”

Ed’s talking Balls again

One of the architects of the deficit and the ruination of the economy under Blair & Brown is claiming that his mansion tax would raise billions for the NHS. Fine. The only problems is that Labour’s record in office tells us that they won’t spend the money on anything useful and we’ll end up with more scandals and unnecessary deaths – as at Stafford hospital and elsewhere – and more tax and waste scams, like Gordon Broon’s PFI swindle on the taxpayer.

Saturday, 4 October 2014

Tom & Jerry cartoons are racist?

Only to PC Looney Lefties, who want to cover up history’s piano legs and rewrite it to satisfy their own twisted prejudices.

Reasons why Gordon Brown is a reject No. 1,583

Brown is claiming that preventing Scottish MPs from voting on purely English matters will turn the Scots into 2nd-class citizens with downgraded MPs at the House of Common Criminals in Westminster. He also thinks that a fairer future for England will drive a wedge between Scotland and England (bigger than the one created by Alex Salmond’s pathetic whingeing), and that the Union could be lost “by mistake”.
    Such is his loss of contact with reality that he thinks no one will notice that this is (im)pure Labour party self-interest and nothing that will do any good for swindled English taxpayers. But Brown’s career has demonstrated that the interests of the taxpayer have never figured in his political plans.

Thursday, 2 October 2014

How tiresome can they get?

Jeremy Clarkson does a programme for the BBC in Argentina which involves using a rented car with the number plate H982 FKL and that’s something to do with the Falklands war? You’d have to be pretty desperate for something to moan about to buy that. Oh, yes, but the Argies are like that, aren’t they? No wonder they lost the war. Which no one is allowed to mention.

Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Genetic monstering?

Is there some sort of gene which politicians have to let them lie shamelessly and look offended when no one believes their crap? Take the Indian government as a prime example. They’re denying that British overseas aid paid for the satellite, which they have just parked in Mars orbit. But there’s no denying that our money went into their overall budget and if they hadn’t had it, they wouldn’t have been able to afford the satellite. So we paid for it. No question.