Monday, 29 February 2016

Pointless panic or deliberate scaremongering?

A lot of crap being talked about a Brexit from the EU delivering a devastating shock to the world’s economy and half the country could be out of work overnight!! The reality is that nothing at all will change for at least 2 YEARS whilst all the treaties are unpicked and Britain is extracted from the poisoned embrace of the Eurocraps in Brussels. Life will go on much as before; and that includes the wet hens flapping pointlessly before they stick their noses back into the trough and get feeding again.

Sunday, 28 February 2016

Dave, the busted flush

“Britain will be better off in a reformed EU,” sez Dave the Leader. But the EU isn’t going to be reformed. So where does that leave Dave?

Dave Exit

The Trump Phenomenon in the USA is leaving Tories asking themselves: “Am I disgusted enough with Dave to vote Corbyn?” A hell of a lot of them are close to answering, “Yes!”

Saturday, 27 February 2016

The needs of the Dave outweigh the needs of the many

The government’s plans to end abuse of human rights law by criminals and terrorists are on hold to avoid embarrassing Dave the Leader before the EU membership referendum. Documents drawn up by Justice Minister Michael Gove are stuck in a drawer of Dave’s desk because Mr. Gove has embarrassed Dave by joining the Leave campaign. The government’s obesity strategy is also in the same drawer.

Don’t Dye, Just Get Yer ’Air Cut!

Historian Mary Beard has done a lot of complaining about male disapproval of women with grey hair and a so-called Old Witch Look. But a correspondent to the Daily Disaster has pointed out that it’s the length, not the colour, that’s the problem. A neat, short style – even the National Treasure style seen in the Tracy Ullman Show recently – looks a lot smarter than bag-lady length.

Friday, 26 February 2016

Buckets of it!

An inquiry into the BBC’s handling of the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal has cleared all of the bosses of blame. But hey, £6.5 million of taxpayers’ cash buys one hell of a lot of whitewash.
    And they were even able to get rid of Tony Blackburn on a trumped up charge as a bonus distraction!

Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Undesirables Only or Crime Pays

It has been pointed out re: the case of the 92-year-old widow who is about to be deported to South Africa – had she been a criminal, would have been able to exercise her human bloody right to family life and stay with her family in Britain. So much for fairness.

Typical Dave: illegal and anti-democratic

Dave the Leader has ordered the civil service to come up with data only in favour of continued membership of the EU, and he has given instructions that there will be no civil service aid for ministers in favour of leaving; even within their own department. Dave is clearly running scared and turning up the Project Fear tap to full blast!

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Leap at your peril

Of course, not all leaps into the dark end in success. Napoleon Bonaparte’s leap into Russia in 1812 didn’t got at all well for his army, even though Nappy himself made it back home in good order to carry on rampaging around Europe. And we can be sure that any leaps Dave takes will have the same sorry outcome because, let’s face it, Dave isn’t a leap person. Dave is a “stick in his comfort zone and ignore everyone else’s struggles” sort of guy. Which makes the idea of telling him to go take a leap and ditching him make even better sense.

Monday, 22 February 2016

It's not necessarily a bad thing, Dave

After his non-event deal with the EU, David Cameron immediately started to bang on about a “leap in the dark” as the main plank of his Project Fear. But let us not forget that Christopher Columbus took a leap into the dark when he went adventuring across the Atlantic. Marco Polo took another when he followed the Silk Road to China.
    In fact, history is full of instances of people who did very well out of taking a leap into the dark and heading for the places where the hand of Man had never set foot. Or their tribe had never ventured.

Bright but bumbling

What sort of kids are going to university today? The ones at Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen) have had to be issued with instructions on how to use revolving doors after one of them suffered an arm injury whilst struggling with one of these complicated mechanisms.

Institutional racialism against white people in Britain

A 92-year-old woman, widowed and living on her husband’s pension, has to be deported back to South Africa, where she has neither family nor friends, despite living here for many years and for no apparent reason. Meanwhile, an unemployed Somali man with a wife and 8 children is allowed to move to London and live in a house worth £1.2 million at the taxpayer’s expense. Guess which one is white.

Saturday, 20 February 2016

Dave defeated

David Cameron went into “negotiations” with the EU after letting everyone know that he wants to keep the UK in, no matter what. Predictably, he came back claiming a triumph and that he had won “special status” for the UK. But the presidents of the European Council and the European Commission both laughed and said nothing has changed.
    Dave’s much vaunted deal is almost invisible; nothing like his initial paltry demands; and it has no force in law as it is not written into treaties. Worse, the deal can be tossed out by the European parliament, vetoed by another EU leader who’s in a strop about not getting his/her way over some entirely unrelated matter, or set aside by the European courts.
    Dave has got nothing – but we always knew he’d get nothing, and we always knew he’d declare his nothing a triumph and a compelling argument for staying in the EU. Because that’s where Dave’s interests lie. He’s not interested in what’s best for the country, he’s interested only in not rocking the boat and doing what’s best for Dave.

Friday, 19 February 2016

Cops with too much cash

The Wiltshire police farce moans about “The Cuts” with all the rest but its bosses plan to waste hundreds of thousands of pounds on trawling through the files of the late Sir Edward Heath, the former prime minister, in an attempt to fit him up with an historic child abuse charge, which will never be answered because Sir Edward is no longer with us.

There’s a lot of it about

The BBC has caught the “buy and download and keep” plague. Clearly, none of the geniuses there, as at Sky TV, has realized that people wouldn’t be interested in “buy and not keep”. Oh, well!

Thursday, 18 February 2016

Lethal biscuits?

Why does the McVitie’s digestives TV ad use the theme from Murder, She Wrote? Are they trying to tell us that if you eat one of their bisquits, you’ll be murdered by Jessica Fletcher? What sort of incentive to buy their bisquits is that!!??

Tuesday, 16 February 2016

Backsides fully covered

The Metropolitan police farce has diverted its best detectives from investigating real crimes to helping police spin doctors cover the asses of senior officers, who made complete fools of themselves over child murder and abuse fantasies. The job of the diverted detectives is to look busy and protect pensions and reputations from the truth.

Monday, 15 February 2016

That thing about people having more money than sense: it's true!

According to an article in the Sunday Telegraph yesterday, there are some weird women in the world. Having gone through painful laser surgery to get their public hair removed to look like a porn star, some are now undergoing an excruciatingly painful procedure to grow (some) of it back. Presumably, to stop looking like a porn star.

Sunday, 14 February 2016

We will bury you again, just like last time!

Russia’s bookmark prime minister, D. Medvedyev, has put the world out of its misery by declaring a new cold war. So we no longer need to pretend that Russia is a modern, enlightened democracy. The Evil Empire has been reincarnated in Putin’s kleptocracy.

Saturday, 13 February 2016

Is the entire British justice system run by idiots?

50% of police farces in England & Wales won’t warn the public about violent suspects on the run because public safety is trumped by the suspected criminal’s ’uman right to privacy and the Data Protection Act. Although senior coppers have been told that they are wrong about this, they still continue on their merry way. Which raises the question of whether they are stupid, lazy or both.
    And who created the entirely bogus ’uman right? Bewigged buffoons calling themselves judges, who have stretch the concept of ’uman rights away from protecting people from the excesses of oppressive regimes to ludicrous lengths in pursuit of their own dotty political agendas.
    And where has all this ’uman rights farce got us? To an automatic assumption that any police officer we encounter is a bumbling jobsworth and a judge is someone who’s so out of touch with reality that he/she is pretty well certifiable.

Friday, 12 February 2016

Fair’s fair

If it costs Great Britain £350,000 to train a junior doctor to the point of being able to bugger off to Australia for an easier life, then that should be the price of the Certificate of Competence which they need to go there.

Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Even more institutional decay

You know what the problem is with the police in England? They have no sense of judgement. If there’s a serious sex crime involving the abuse of minors, they find some excuse to ignore it, especially if it involves perpetrators from a racial minority. If there’s a fantasy crime reported by some deluded individual, especially if it involves someone in the public eye, they’ll steam in with two dozen coppers and the BBC helicopter, then spend a couple of years sitting on their hands before waiting for a mega-bad-news day to dump the whole mess. Value for money, it ain‘t!

Institutional decay

In the good old days, youngsters used to go to university to learn and be exposed to people from different backgrounds with different views. The row over the Rhodes statue shows how the times have changed; and that’s a row promoted by an African guy who comes across as a racialist of the worst sort with a sense of entitlement.
    Yes, the row over the Rhodes statue – that’s Cecil Rhodes, not Caesar Rhodes, as some academic underachiever thought – proves that students go to university now to have their childish prejudices reinforced and to lurk in “safe” areas where they won’t be required to think for themselves. Very sad, really.

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Have we ever been stuck with worse politicians?

The PM is a PR guy and Tony B. Liar clone, who’ll tell you any lie he thinks he can get away with and he doesn’t believe in anything much. The leader of the Opposition is too obsessed with his own political agenda to take the government to task. The Liberals don’t exist and the Scottish Gnats are similarly invisible. But no one needs to asks their opinion because they’ve made it abundantly clear that they’re against everything.

What would the nation say to the prime minister today?

Probably something along the lines of: “F*ck off, Dave, and take your EU scare-mongering about encampments of migrants all over the south of England with you.”

The Corbyn Question

Is J. Corbyn a “decent chap” at heart? The available evidence says he’s an obsessive, mean-spirited, lefty bigot, who’s guilty about having had an easy time of it when he grew up, and he thinks if everyone else has a tough time and does some suffering, that will dilute his own guilt somewhat.

Sunday, 7 February 2016

Not me, mate!

Isn’t it great to have staff to blame? Like millionaire Tory MP G. Cox. Failed to declare hundreds of thousands of pounds of earnings outside being an MP? Which made it look like he actually spends about 10 minutes per week being an MP. Blame it on the staff.
    Have piddling little expenses claims turned down? Like claims for 49p for a pint of milk and 2 quid for a box of teabags. Blame it on the staff.
    And were there any sanctions for abusing the public trust? Not from the Parliamentary Standards Committee. Which, by some bizarre coincidence, Mr. Cox used to head.

Friday, 5 February 2016

Nothing special

What’s all this crap about pensioners having a “fixed income”? If you’re a pensioner, you have an income fixed by the government. If you have a job, your income is fixed by your employer. If you don’t have a job, you may be on benefits fixed by the government. Most people have a fixed income. So why single out pensioners?

Unfit for purpose

The headmistress of a school in Oswaldtwistle has had to delete her anti-social meeja account after being showered with derision. Christina Wilkinson thinks that evolution is a theory not a fact. Which is unforgivable for a headmistress.
    There is abundant evidence that evolution happens and all that is up for theorizing is the fine detail of the mechanism; e.g. Charles Darwin’s Theory of Evolution by Natural Selection.
    As a Christian, would Mrs. Wilkinson mind being lumped with the daft Christians who claimed that scientists were saying that Man evolved from apes, and insisted they were no relation to monkeys? Ignoring that fact that if apes had evolved into Man, there would be no apes around now. And also that the obviousness of separate development is glaring.
    It’s okay for people to have weird religious views in private, but they need to be kept out of the education system, which has suffered enough from the malign influence of the Looney Left.

Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Dave gets it comprehensively wrong on Europe

His wonderful deal with the EU bosses is a betrayal of everyone who voted for his party on the basis of their manifesto, and also worthless. And not just slightly worthless; it’s completely worthless. Typical Dave, in other words.