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Welcome to Pakladesh! The world’s fastest growing ‘country’

I was so surprised by the figures I came across while researching yesterday’s blog about Pakladesh, that I’d like to continue the Pakladesh theme today.

You thought Africa was a basket case?

I’ve written previously that there is absolutely no need to send any aid to Africa. Why? Three main reasons:

Corruption – the organisation […]

Is Corbyn’s Bradford still part of Britain? Or part of Pakladesh?

Where is Bradford?

Yesterday Jeremy Corbyn chose the wonderful city of Bradford to launch the much-leaked Labour Party 2017 election manifesto.

My first reaction watching the launch was one of admiration. As some ridiculous Labour woman earnestly introduced barnstorming Jeremy as “Britain’s next Prime Minister”, I wondered how both she and the Corbyman could keep […]

Islamification is NOT happening! Pope is NOT Catholic! Bears do NOT s……………!

Successful integration?

Here’s a nice picture of successful racial integration from Holland:

Bezoek OBS vinkenbuurt aan moskee Zwolle

Aww, how sweet to see Western children adapting so effortlessly to the future.

And here’s an even nicer picture of successful racial integration from the UK:

It seems that our children are now […]

“Palestinians want peace!” Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!

I just don’t know what the Israelis are so worried about. During his recent visit to the White House on May 3rd to meet President Donald Trump, Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas said: “Mr. President, I affirm to you that we are raising our children and our grandchildren on a culture of peace.”

There you […]

Are Britain’s “poor” really poor?

(Weekend blog – I’m afraid this one may be ‘politically incorrect) Since 2010, the amount of British taxpayers’ money ladled out in welfare to the supposed “deserving poor” has risen from £111bn a year in 2010 to £113bn in 2016. It is expected to remain at around £113bn this year.

This is extraordinary. Why? Because […]

It’s competition time! Hooray! It’s “spot the women and children”

As we approach the weekend, I thought I’d test my readers with a short, brain-teasing competition.

You may have heard that last week alone over 1,000 ‘refugees’ (yes I know they’re not ‘refugees’) were supposedly ‘rescued’ (‘rescued?’ stop laughing you at the back) by EU Frontex boats and brave volunteers working for charities like Médecins […]

Is Canada becoming North America’s Sweden?

There are several similarities between Sweden and Canada. Both are cold northern countries with loads of forests and lakes and rather few people. Moreover, until recently both were extremely boring places where nothing newsworthy ever happened. At least that was the case for Sweden before it flung open its borders to every piece of primitive, […]

A £677,600,000 a year home-buying rip-off? And lots of happy surveyors and solicitors?

The expensive mess

There are about 1,100,000 homes sold in England and Wales each year. Of these around 28% of sales (308,000) fall through. The main reasons for sales falling through seem to be things like adverse surveys, gazumping/gazundering, incompetent/lazy solicitors and chains breaking down.

The average cost of a collapsed sale is around £2,200 […]

Will Britain have to rescue the “surrender monkeys” yet again?

Most readers will have probably heard of “Godwin’s Law”.

Godwin’s law (or Godwin’s rule of Hitler analogies) is an Internet adage which asserts that “As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Hitler approaches 1” ‍—‌that is, if an online discussion (regardless of topic or scope) goes on long enough, sooner […]

They said it was “multi-culturalism”, but they lied. They said they were “refugees”, but….

Supposed “fake news” is a hot topic at the moment for the mainstream media. And today Facebook has apparently placed expensive full-page ads in the main newspapers advising us how to spot what they call “false news”.

But what is “fake news” or “false news”? And who is lying to us? The alternative (usually Internet-based) […]