Thursday, 31 December 2015

Predictable sleaze

Let’s face it, the New Year ‘honours’ list would be worthy of comment only if it wasn’t packed with scumbags, sleaze merchants, failed civil servants, quangocrats and politicians, and the dregs of the universe.

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

When you think about it, The Words Don't Add Up

If the government really bought the Great Global Warming Swindle, it knew that there would be more examples of extreme weather and more flooding. And yet the government chose to do nothing about it. Less than nothing, in fact – the budget for flood defences was cut. Doesn’t this amount to criminal neglect in a public office?

Monday, 28 December 2015

York flooded by the Environment Agency. Whose side are they on?

The evidence of the year-end is that if there are bad choices to be made, the government (of any complexion) will make them. If there is something that needs doing, the government will waste money on its cosmetic stuff and fail to spend it on anything useful. Thus we get decisions like not building adequate flood defences and opening the ones that are there, causing millions of pounds of damage to the city of York, which the taxpayer will have to cough up for.

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Vote ‘Leave’ to get rid of Dave!

The prime minister is too closely wedded to the “European Project” to be an honest broker of the separation terms after Britain votes to leave the EU. Therefore, Dave will have to be ditched and replaced. That’s the logic of the situation.

Saturday, 19 December 2015

Cameron signals end of Britain in EU

Following the collapse of his attempts to get a better deal for Britain, the prime minister has announced that he believes that the best future for Britain is in a reformed EU. As the EU has let the world know that reform just isn’t going to happen, the PM’s message is clear: namely, that Britain has no option but to leave the present EU and, perhaps, rejoin after its ramshackle structure has been rebuilt on sounder, more democratic lines with less scope for corruption.
    As a further sign that he sees no point in further negotiations with the EU, David Cameron is now pressing for a referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU as soon as possible, namely in July 2016, with a Brexit to follow immediately

Friday, 18 December 2015


We used to have the wrong sort of snow clogging up trains, much to the amusement of everyone who didn’t have to travel on that line. Now, we’re beset by the wrong sort of everything. Donald Trump, for instance, has been trolled for making the wrong sort of hate speech about Moslems. How strange that the trolls, and Moslems who make hate speeches about Britain, are somehow exempt from charges of denigratiousness.

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

A Paragon of Pointlessness

The world’s leaders have announced that they are going to save the planet by limiting any rise in global temperatures, which stopped going up in 1998, to less than 2 deg.C or, ideally, to less than 1.5 deg.C. How are they going to do this? By stopping the use of fossil fuels to cut the amount of carbon dioxide going into the atmosphere.
    One small problem: China and India are planning to increase their use of fossil fuels by amounts which will make totally irrelevant, any cosmetic gestures made by the First World. And will America and Europe really be willing to shell out $100 BILLION/year to the cess-pools of corruption and iniquity which make up the Third World. Oh, sure!
    Strange that no one mention that global warming stopped in 1998, and that the imaginary “tipping point” at a temperature rise of 2 deg.C is the garbage out of a defective climate model which was loaded with garbage information. But that vital information didn’t fit in with the Great Global Warming Swindle political soap.

Monday, 14 December 2015

It’s a fair question

When is the EU going to get to grips with the fact that free movement applies only to people, but not terrorists, and definitely not to weapons and bombs?

Saturday, 12 December 2015

Scraping the barrel

The Bullshit Broadcasting Company is getting really desperate to push the Great Global Warming Swindle if it’s putting apologists for the swindle on alleged comedy shows. The Now Show is quite funny most of the time. But it becomes cringe-worthy when some earnest but misguided GWS lady is wheeled out to set up, at length, a 9-second joke.

Homage to Donald

The people of the UK wish to offer their sincere thanks to the US presidential hopeful for daring to expose the fact that Britain’s politicians pander to Moslem extremists and senior police officers are lying when they claim that there are no Moslem areas where is it not safe for the police to go unless mob-handed.

Friday, 11 December 2015

Not helping

Has anyone else noticed that since the Met Office started giving cute names to Atlantic storms, they’ve become more frequent?

Silly Season Unchained

You can tell it’s the pantomime season – all the joke dames are clambering out of the woodwork. We’ve had the dame in charge of the Met Office promoting the Great Global Warming Swindle. Now we have the dame who’s the nation’s Chief Medical Officer telling us that obesity in women from cradle to grave is as dangerous as the threat from Islamist terrorists.

Thursday, 10 December 2015

Climate hysteria

The Environment Sec., L. Truss, that noted climatologist and Labour party leader, J. Corbyn, and the boss of the Met Office, Dame J. Sligo, are all claiming that the heavy rains that drowned Lancashire, Cumbria and parts of Scotland at the start of this month were due to global warming, and that the amount of rain that fell is unprecedented. Not according to Met Office records, it ain’t.
    What they are implying, of course, is that they can do something to stop this sort of extreme weather – which is why they’re called Global Warming Swindlers.

Saturday, 5 December 2015

We still can’t be told who in Parliament is crooked

An MP being investigated by IPSA for expenses fraud, an MP being investigated by the police for expenses fraud, a member of an MP’s staff, who was ticked off by IPSA for expenses fraud – what do they all have in common? The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority is covering up their crimes and refusing to name the individuals concerned. So much for transparency.

By their omissions shall ye know them

The so-called BBC ran a series of front pages of national newspapers at around 11:25 p.m. last night. No sign of The Sun among them. Obviously not British enough for the so-called BBC.

Friday, 4 December 2015

Another worthless promise

Despite a promise to end aid to India; money from British taxpayers is paying for their space programme, the Indians got £279 MILLION in 2014, £10 million more than in 2013.

Thursday, 3 December 2015


The American football fans at the Mansion seem to be unable to get over the dramatic ending to this week’s Monday Night match. The Cleveland Browns had run the clock down to about two seconds and they were all set to kick a winning field goal. But the Baltimore Ravens, who used to be the Browns back in the day, managed to block the kick and run the ball back for a match-winning touchdown. Never been done before, apparently.

Triumph from disaster

Appearances to the contrary, the Commons debate on bombing Syria turned out to be a good thing for Labour’s bookmark leader. Even though 66 members of his party “did a Corbyn” and voted against the party line, giving Dave the Leader a 174 vote majority, Corbyn’s mouthpiece felt able to claim that he increased his authority over the party.

Tuesday, 1 December 2015

A fair question

Will dropping a £100,000 bomb on a bad guy on the back of a motorbike in Syria really make people in England any safer?

Fair's fair

If it’s okay for us to bomb the participants in the civil war in Syria, will we be able to bomb the Labour party if civil war breaks out there?