Friday, 13 February 2015

Richard North: Putting the North in North Korea?

Blocked for a challenging post?  Those who've read his oft repeated criticisms of 'The Great Leader' might enjoy the irony.

Tip for those dreaming of stardom: don't delete criticism.

Just for the record, here's my comment:
'This cannot put anyone off voting UKIP. No one will vote for Nigel in the hope of anything better - all we who are at the bottom of the dung pile can hope to see is the bonfire that consumes the engineers, and all your petty and vindictive spite can do is to encourage us to add you to the pile.
You were dropped as an MEP candidate and have not achieved what you think is your destiny. So what? That you once considered joining the BNP tells us all we need to know. You're a disappointed suckler at the public tit and you hold the ticket office clerk responsible for your inability to buy the right ticket.
Time has passed you by yet you cannot accept that you are an old man and are never going to lead us all to glory. Get over it. All you are ever going to be is a footnote in a few arcane accounts of whatever our period is remembered as history. Get over it.
Leave UKIP to those of us who can vote for nothing else, other than spoiling our papers, reiterate your Flexit arguments, accept that you cannot win and are unlikely to be carried shoulder high to the promised land and stop petulantly throwing stones at those who are more politically astute than you.'
He knows what is best for us and we cannot be allowed to waste his time arguing otherwise.  Democrat or just another Tony Blair in blah blah bing bong bubble land?

Sunday, 9 November 2014

Corporate Greed, Corrupt Politicians and the NHS

Those of us who are not informed about the critical issues of our time can never know what is true and what not, and what of what is true has been exaggerated. However, although the possibility of political bias and the inevitable long-term self-interest of the participants must be borne in mind, the claims made in this video seem disturbingly plausible. Some of them are alarming


Health is a devolved issue and this documentary makes clear that it describes what is happening to NHS England only and not Northern Ireland, Scotland or Wales. No wonder they won't allow an English Parliament with powers at least equal to that of Scotland. An English Parliament would stop this and perhaps much else dead.

Friday, 24 October 2014

Flexcit: a Nice Concise Explanation of a Very Complicated Process



I remember watching, as a boy, a programme in which the grandiose building schemes of the great landed aristocrats of the eighteenth century were presented and examined. One of the points made was that the movement away from the strictly formal gardens of the renaissance towards the informal parks that still surround baroque palaces and Palladian mansions required a shift to long-term thinking and the avenues of mature indigenous trees lining the approaches to those houses were planned and planted by men who knew they were never to see them in their full glory. That's rather what Richard North is doing in the video above. Unfortunately, we live in the age of the instant garden make-over and far too many voluble and opinionated people think that all we need do is grub up the knot garden and all will automatically be beautiful and verdant again.

I don't think an exit referendum can be won but if we have any chance at all of getting out Flexcit is it, and if the referendum is lost 'it' provides a solid base for the long march to the next one, should it ever come.

As an aside, it is disappointing to see so few under sixty present. I suppose that a yearning for freedom cannot grow in the hearts of the young until they have suffered decades of brutal oppression, as in eastern Europe before the iron curtain was hacked down. However, we haven't the time for a slow awakening: we are moving rapidly into an age in which technology makes any form of dissent impossible because it will literally be unthinkable.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Lizz Truss: God Help Us.

This, believe it or not, is an MP and a cabinet minister:


Can you see any evidence of even the trace of a brain at work there?  Nor can I.  Christ almighty and God help us.

As an aside, the handclapping seemed a little thin as she appeared to confuse the 'British apple' with the English.  Is she that stupid or simply that ambitious?

As a further aside, why do Oxford PPEs seem to lead to 'success' for so many over-qualified mediocrities?  Mightn't she be more productive fobbing off customers at Tesco as her Fuhrer did at Carlton Television?

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Fingers Crossed.

Today's the day. I remember dancing hysterically around my flat in York, where it is still legal, as far as I am aware, to shoot a Scot, when they voted for their 'ane pairlyment'. Here's to independence for England.

Monday, 23 June 2014

Christmas Comes Early

Richard North's book The Great Deception, written jointly with Christopher Booker, has been on my reading wish list for some time and was likely to remain there for a good deal longer, without a lottery win or a highly unlikely inheritance. Just this morning I thought that I would buy it as soon as funds permit, which is unlikely in the immediate future. Imagine my delight on finding, when I looked at EU Referendum this evening, that he's put the book on-line as a free PDF - pro0f, if proof were needed, that there really is a Father Christmas. I offer my grateful thanks to Dr North for the present.