Month: August 2013

Delingpole on Friday: Moral Imperative? Pass the Sickbag

So finally I know how it feels to be a smug, self-righteous, peacemongering wanker.    Great, I’m sorry to say.    I’m not even going through any of that painful “soul-searching” George Osborne warned us to expect after the Government’s failure to push through its attack plans on Syria. Why would you if you knew

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Big Brother’s Big Data Will Crush You, Puny Human

Last week I told of how deeply personal information about us all dives into the Black Rooms of the US, UK and other Governments like stellar matter spiraling inexoriably into an unquenchable black hole. You cannot hide unless you are truly isolated from Western society, and, if you are reading this, you are not. So

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RGTyler: What Gives us the Right? (Police of the World)

What gives us the right to act as the police of the world? Last week I wrote a few of the reasons why we shouldn’t intervene in Syria.  I asked the question who are we backing and that to intervene would be to escalate the conflict further. However a week on it looks like we

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Russell Taylor – In praise of fairness

One of the abiding frustrations of being on the political Right is finding yourself playing on the Left’s terms. Such is the state of public discourse in this country that left-wing assumptions about how the world works have become the stuff of common sense, making them difficult to contradict without looking obtuse. It’s like trying

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Marx on Monday: If you’re against wind farms you are a Fascist!

Let’s face it – we live in a country full of idiots.  It is no mean feat, therefore, that UKIP reject James Delingpole, thanks to his article on wind farms in this publication on Friday, has firmly established himself as the biggest idiot of them all. In his article (and I use the word “article”

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Science Sundays with John Duffield: Forensic Physics 101

You can spot propaganda and censorship by flicking between news channels, or by buying two newspapers. You don’t have to be an FBI hotshot to compare how the stories are slanted, or see which stories are conspicuous by their absence. When you get a totally different slant from the fracking Guardian as opposed to the

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RGTyler: An Idiots Guide to why We Shouldn’t Intervene in Syria!

A lot of people have been calling for intervention in Syria. So I have decided to make this Idiots Guide to why we should Not Intervene in Syria.   I suppose to start with we should set out a few parameters. Britain is in a few ways quite like Syria. We, like them, have a

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Let’s Smash Up The Guardian’s Hard Drives

The UK police recently detained a Guardian journalist for nine hours, signalling that any journalist, blogger or anybody who says something that the UK government or US governments do not like are liable to be detained under section 7 of the Terrorism Act. Those that are actually arrested have more rights than those detained in

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Delingpole on Friday

Did you hear about the Welsh landowner who decided he didn’t – after all – want to have a wind turbine on his property? Huw Jones stood to make £42,000 a year from hosting the 67 metre turbine on his land in Cardigan. Gosh, what could possibly have persuaded him to forgo this easy money?

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Thatcher on Thursday: But What About The Children?

A couple of things have drawn my attention this week. The first was the Anti Fracking campaigners. I glanced at them a couple of times, noticed them behaving like typical left wing “campaigners” (at least they didn’t crap in a church this time, instead choosing someone’s hedge), as they super glued each other’s hands together.

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