Monday, 10 January 2022

The Persecution of Doctor Mel Bruchet (Canada)

Friday, 7 January 2022

London can take it-1940-Humphrey Jennings

Our freedoms were bought at considerable cost, in suffering and sacrifice, and they are not ours to give away but ours in trust to be defended at whatever cost for those we bring into the world.

Wake up England and fight back.

Saturday, 1 January 2022

Some Thoughts on Constitutional Reforms

This is going to be bitty because my circumstances prevent me from writing anything coherent in one or a few sittings.  I haven't been able to write anything as a sustained effort for some time.  I'll add to it periodically and then edit it when I feel it is worth doing so. This is a work in progress.  I jot down links and ideas here, which I will expand on and refine.

I've covered some of this before, some years ago.  I feel that it is worth restating.  The general intention is to reshape the present constitutional arrangements so that our descendants never find themselves in the mess we are in rather than to advance policy ideas, rather than to make policy suggestions.

Make all MPs accountable wholly and solely to their constituents.

Abolish the whip system.  

MPs to be paid and supported by their constituencies.

Support means provision of offices and staff, payment of all expenses. provision of a home in the constituency, where the MP does not already own one.  Ideally MPs would be natives of the constituency with roots there.  

Everything an MP needs to do his job should be provided by the constituency.  It should be an extremely serious criminal offence to circumvent the 'procurement process'.

Constituencies managed by the equivalent of a watch committee.

This is 'do-able'.  Watch Committees to be elected, eligibility restricted to voters with no criminal record.

End unqualified universal adult suffrage.  It cannot be right to allow anyone who is supported from the public purse to vote on matters of financial policy.  Restriction of the franchise to nett tax payers only.  No one paid from the public purse would be allowed to vote.

No one with no understanding of the constitution or the economy can be allowed to vote.

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Separation of Powers - this is not a new idea, the brainchild of the geniuses behind the 'Harrogate Agenda'; it is a provision of the Act of Settlement of 1701, which needs to be revived and enforced.

No member of parliament should be serving as a minister or as speaker.

No lawyers to be allowed to sit in parliament or serve in the government.

No religious officials of any faith.

There is a case to be made and considered for allowing foreigners who are long-term residents and nett tax payers to have a limited say in how those taxes are spent.

Function of The Crown

A lot of people seem incapable of understanding that it is not necessary to retain the monarchy to maintain The Crown.  The Crown can exist as a source of loyalty just as effectively as a flag or a written constitution.  The Crown can be an abstraction that governs an individual's conduct and loyalties.


Treason - I cannot see how individuals who do not take money from the crown and have not sworn an oath of allegiance to the country can be guilty of treason.


The world seems to be run by megalomaniacal psychopaths with a lust for money and control.  The 'U'K is certainly not being run for the benefit of its indigenous people.  Reform is now long overdue and although, at present, practically impossible may be possible for those who survive the BIG PHARMA / NWO holocaust that I am convinced is coming. I've held certain opinions for years, decades, which have been formed and reformed and revised over those decades. The seemingly inexorable growth of a global fascist tyrrany has confirmed them. I was not at all surprised by the government's response to what I knew from the start was an entirely fictitious health crisis and it cannot but be significant that BIG BLUBBER announced the recruitment of an additional twenty seven thousand police officers shortly after winning the last general election.  An absolute sine qua non for the reform process is the complete exclusion of any and all serving and former police officers from it.  In this context 'The Police' are the poachers and we do not want them telling us how we should prevent poaching.

Here are some thoughts, in no particular order, for reform. 

The Police

My views on the police have developed over fifty years, since my first encounters with them as a child who was not in any rational sense a law breaker.  I found early on that if I was tempted to share my parents' rosy view of our gallant boys in blue I would quickly be disabused of the delusion I was labouring under.  Even in the 1960s I was aware that the Dixon of Dock Green picture beloved of tabloid newspaper editors and Tory politicians was total fiction.  Police officers were, then as now, brainless cowardly bullies, at home imposing their authority on children and old ladies but terrified of anyone able to hurt them.  Things have only deteriorated since then.  Who, other than a police officer, would dispute that the police are effectively out of control, being now little more than a nuisance to the generally law-abiding at best and a real risk to liberty, limb and life at worst? The Police are now of lower calibre than at any time since before the second world war; they are poorly educated, unfit, anti-social and seemingly resentful of ordinary members of the public who try to go about their daily lives in increasingly difficult circumstances rendered unnecessarily more difficult by those they pay to protect them. Most of us would like to hold them in high regard, however, their unpleasantly aggressive attitude and unnecessarily obnoxious behaviour towards us makes that impossible and since we pay them to serve us it isn't us who have to change. 

The problems

Areas to address: 
Low calibre of those recruited. 
Nature of training. 
Function of constabulary. 
Powers of chief constables. 

This video offers some idea of some of the police reforms necessary:

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Separation of detective branch from constabulary.

'The Police'  have an abysmally low clear up rate and that must be due, in some measure, to the low calibre of police officers, in terms of character as well as intellect and education.  The requirements must be stricter.    It seems desirable to separate the detective branch from the constabulary.  Entry requirements must be far higher than for the constabulary and there should be no possibility for anyone serving or having served in the constabulary to transfer to the detective branch.  At the very least three good A-Levels and a decent degree in a sensible subject should be required.

Oversight and control.

The Courts

Citizenship and Nationality

What do British and English mean?

Allowing immigrants and their descendants to participate in the constitutional life of the nation is national suicide.  

Friday, 8 October 2021

After the New Normal

As I write this opening line it is 17:15 on Wednesday, 10th March, 2021. This blog is now fifteen years old, give or take a week or so. I have written nothing for it for six years. I have forgotten how to use the platform. Things seemed to have been changed in my absence. The template looks different. I've intended to write something for the past fifty weeks, since Friday 20th March 2020, when the first of the Covid restrictions were announced and the Coronavirus act was under brief discussion. I cannot remember if we'd all been primed beforehand, however, I do remember sitting in Wetherspoons with my wife eating dinner. We are not huge fans of Wetherspoons, however, the food is cheap and when staying away, we find that dinner there and breakfast at McDonalds is often our only affordable option. Until the 'pandemic', my wife often worked away, her employer finding accommodation for her in budget chain hotels. 

The weekend of the 20th to 22nd was the last occasion we were able to do this. On that Friday evening someone in Wetherspoons announced that they would be closing early. I think we'd expected it so perhaps we were all aware of what was coming the next week. I really cannot remember. I do remember thinking that since similar thgings were happening round the world something big was about to happen. My thoughts then were that money was about to be abolished and so it was necessary to prevent people from congregating on the streets. A fake pandemic, which I had no doubt it was, presented them with a golden excuse. It's been a tough year for us. We've got through, just, but we have taken a severe financial wallop and, together with other factors, the alleged pandemic has dealt a blow to our plans and hopes and dreams. We are both in a very low place, however where we are now and where we have been are as nothing to where I fear we are going.  The first lockdown was for ten weeks. Our income collapsed, in ten weeks our income was £200.00. The bank was almost emptied (Our total financial reserves fell to a few pence above ninety pounds) and had we not sold things we would much rather have kept we should have run out of money a month or so before the money started coming in again, at the end of July, almost two months after the end of the lockdown. There was no 'holiday' on the car road fund licence or insurance, they had to be paid. We had just £90.00 in the bank and had paypal taken any longer to pay us the proceeds from our ebay sales (that's not how we earn our living, just how we survived the first lockdown) we would have been unable to pay any of our bills.

 Covid forced inoculation:

Thursday, 14 May 2015

If You Have Nothing to Hide ...

The Grooovey One speaks (1) and no one feels afraid. Watch this and be afraid:

A government that believes obeying the law is no guarantee of freedom from interference in one's life by those ostensibly acting on behalf of the law, in a world in which 'The Police' do not understand, recognise, respect or obey the law, should be a terrifying place for those who depend upon the rule of law but sufficient see it as more comforting than the alternative, which is why The Grooovey One now feels able to clamp down on lawful dissent, which is simply another term for freedom of speech and expression.

Gruff thanks to Talbot Munce, at Crimebodge for the link to the video.

(1) The Daily Mail, 13 May 2015 (published on-line at 00:14) 'We must end the idea that as long as you obey the law, we will leave you alone, says Cameron in hardline terror crackdown'

Friday, 20 March 2015

Friday, 13 March 2015

EU Referendum: Dummies, Rattles, Prams, Criticism and Dr Richard North

Richard North, the petulant, dummy spitting, rattle throwing lover of 'democracy' (democracy as personally approved by Richard North, the Kim Jong-un of EU Scepticism) is again throwing stones at those whose sincere desire to suck at the public tit conflict with his own. Yet again he's throwing his rattle and spitting his dummy at Nigel Farage for having the audacity to be more politically astute than Richard North, and yet again he's showing his less than acute political acumen by inviting us all to read the astute (With a doctor for an obviously adoring dad, and the three W thingy, and e-mail and so on, it's difficult, to the point of sensibly avoidable effort, now not to seem clever.) observations of his rebel manqué son 'Complete Bastard' (Sorry Mum and Dad?), the artist responsible for the less than striking emblem of the less than sensible Harrogate Agenda.

This time North and his obedient and apparently well fed bastard (Is the son proclaiming the father a cuckold? Should the putative father demand a paternity test? Do we care?) have latched on to yet another mistake by the UKIP press office ('Look dad, look dad, I think I've found something.' 'Well done son, here's another 'insightful' nugget for your web site, and thanks for the logo son, those idiots approved it unanimously.). In support of a comment, by nonsequiturcouk, that the Great Dick deemed worthy of his personal spite I wrote this (blocked) comment:

'You used to take UKIP very seriously, until you were dropped as a candidate, whereupon you looked seriously at the BNP. Those of us who have never regarded either party as anything other than a fairground sideshow might be forgiven for thinking that you are either on the make and frustrated that your place at the trough was given to someone else or you are politically naive. Perhaps you saw yourself as the leader and cannot forgive those who were not dazzled by your brilliance.

Whether or not, UKIP may be a joke but if voting UKIP, or BNP, is the only way to make some sort of permissible protest, one that doesn't result in being kettled and beaten to death, for their own safety, then voting for a UKIP candidate is the only course open to those who wish to make a protest and no argument you can make can change that.

You are the only person I have found making a sensible argument for quitting the EU and how to do it, yet you undermine your credibility by behaving like an unforgiving betrayed lover. Your puerile outbursts are, to those who oppose you, nails to be hammered into the coffin of an exit campaign.

Carry on, by all means, but don't blame Farage when the only cogent argument for exit is destroyed with the revelation that its author and principal proponent is simply carrying on a personal vendetta against the man who frustrated his political ambitions.'

He's not so bad, and sad, as to impose a very bad haircut on those below him, and he isn't so good, or grown up, as to allow those who can't see him as the messiah to criticise him. Perhaps that's why he was dropped by UKIP and looked to the BNP for his place at the trough. Think about that when the blame for the failure of the exit referendum is thrown about.