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Beware the bleating of the care home multi-millionaires

(Friday blog)

Quite rightly, most of us have been impressed at how many front-line NHS workers are risking their lives working with Covid-19 Chinese plague victims, often in difficult conditions and often with insufficient personal protective equipment (PPE). And at least 20 NHS workers have lost their lives to the Chinese plague which accidentally leaked […]

I applaud them. But some people might feel they’re greedy traitors?

(weekend blog)

The Chinese Covid-19 plague which was accidentally leaked from a Chinese research lab in Wuhan has highlighted how dependent most Western countries have become on the corrupt, dirty, lying, disease-ridden Chinese.

China takes over the world?

Under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party, Chinese companies have completely devastated most Western manufacturing and […]

Beware the coming Chinese smash, grab and takeaway!

(Thursday blog)

As we struggle to survive the Chinese Covid-19 plague, we might risk failing to prepare for some unwelcome consequences.

One of these is that many Western companies will emerge from the lockdown on their knees or even bankrupt. This will present a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for anyone with cash to buy up these companies […]

Do you own a flat? Are you being fleeced?

(weekend blog)

Slight change of subject today.

It’s the same the whole world over

For most of my life I’ve lived in detached houses, in the UK and abroad. However, for a few years while I was travelling a lot, I moved into a penthouse flat as it was much more secure than a house […]

The great British inheritance robbery?

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

I suspect that millions of pounds a year are being stolen from vulnerable pensioners and that most people in Britain don’t know this is happening.

So, in a change of style from my usual blogs, in this one I’ll tell you about my dear mother

My mother

My mother died a couple of […]

People you don’t want to meet on holiday

(weekend blog)

I don’t have any good stories this weekend. So I’ve ‘borrowed’ and adapted the stuff below from someone else’s blog. I suspect they probably ‘borrowed’ it from some other person’s blog who probably ‘borrowed’ it from yet another blog and so on and so forth. The blogging world is a brutal place.

*Disclaimer; […]

Beware – new PayPal scam

(Friday 2nd blog)

Below is an email I’ve just received. Supposedly it’s from PayPal and it had all the correct PayPal logos. But I know it’s a scam as it was sent to an email account that isn’t connected to my PayPal account. Also the email address this came from support450ppl@intel.com didn’t look like a […]

Would you fly in a plane built by our friends from India?

(Tuesday blog)

The world’s most dangerous plane?

You might remember a glorious incident in August 1999. During a visit to an electronics factory in Scotland, Prince Philip saw a messy fuse box and said it looked “as though it was put in by an Indian”. Within hours, Buckingham Palace started grovelling to the politically-correct: “The […]

Selling sh*t to suckers – like your council?

(Wednesday blog)

Some readers will find today’s blog a bit boring. But it’s quite important so I’ll do it anyway.

Offloading sh*t to suckers – Lloyds

One of the best examples of insiders offloading sh*t to suckers came in the 1990s. Insiders in the London Lloyds Insurance Market realised in the late 1980s that they […]

Scumbag of 2019 (so far) Award

(Thursday blog)

Today I’d like to nominate three remarkable individuals for the Scumbag of 2019 (so far) Award.

1. Gillian Beasley – Acting Returning Officer Peterborough City Council

We now know a little more about the recent Peterborough by-election.

For the Parliamentary by-election held on 6 June 2019 there were 13,682 postal votes issued. 9,898 […]