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May the Lord save us from stupidity and lies!

(Friday blog)

I’ll take a sort of break today and just bring you two short videos that will hopefully have you holding your head in your hands in despair at the total stupidity and lies all around us.

Stupidity?

First stupidity – here’s a campaigner against VAT on tampons accusing Julia Hartley-Brewer of being “transphobic” […]

Truth is lies. Lies are truth.

(Thursday blog)

Hopefully readers all know how George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four starts:

This prepares us for Doublethink where the Party, run by Big Brother, has decreed that words mean the opposite of what they say. And so the book also has:

The Ministry of Peace oversees war The Ministry of […]

Brainwashing our schoolchildren with lies and lies and l…

(Tuesday blog)

Slightly following on from yesterday’s blog about the lying ecofascists’ lying lies, I thought some readers might find the video below interesting (apologies if you’ve already seen it).

It seems that a vlogger was contacted by a 15-year-old schoolboy. The boy was concerned about the constant brainwashing of schoolchildren with what we could […]

Idiocracy – science fiction? Or our future?

(weekend blog)

Apparently there was a film made in 2006 called Idiocracy. I’m afraid I haven’t seen it.

The opening lines of the film explain its premise:

As the twenty-first century began, human evolution was at a turning point. Natural selection, the process by which the strongest, the smartest, the fastest reproduced in […]

Fraudulent climate alarmist fraudsters’ frauds exposed

(Monday blog)

Oppressive Times Censorship?

I subscribe to the Times online. That allows me to read the articles and comments and to comment myself. I know commenting on the Times website on Brexit is a waste of time as probably over 90% of Times readers are UK-hating, progressive, rapefugee-hugging, virtue-signalling, europhiliacs desperate to sell out […]

What excuses are you going to make now you racism-screaming lefty idiots?

(Tuesday blog)

Last week the Office for National Statistics (ONS) published some important figures – the average hourly pay by ethnic group.

I imagine the usual virtue-signalling, UK-hating, racism-screaming progressives were eagerly awaiting these figures. After all, if the figures showed that white ethnic Brits were top of the earnings, the lefties could once again […]

“Teach your children well that they must hate the civilisation they benefit from”

(Tuesday blog)

Good grief – what are our politicians up to? If there are any job losses from Brexit they’re down to the years of uncertainty caused by the incompetence of Theresa May in not negotiating a way out of the Irish Backstop and in the infantile slanging match that our politicians have indulged themselves […]

How teaching maths is being dumbed down

(Friday blog)

To cheer us all up on this dismal Friday here’s my adaptation of something I found floating around cyberspace:

Subject: Teaching Arithmetic/Mathematics/Maths/Numbers

1. Teaching Arithmetic in 1950s A timber cutter sells a truckload of timber for £100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price. What is his profit?

2. Teaching […]

Who would dare mention IQ and race/ethnicity in the same sentence?

(weekend blog)

Western society is becoming ever more complex. There are ever fewer basic manual-worker jobs available. So, what the West needs are more workers with higher intelligence levels.

What are our rulers doing about this? Yup, they’re importing millions of people who, if comparative IQ studies are to be believed, don’t have sufficient levels […]

Hey universities – time to sack some useless professors?

(Sunday/Monday blog)

At the moment I’m wasting many hours in what is turning out to be a totally pointless activity. I’m emailing professors and teachers in university education departments to tell them about my latest book THE GREAT UNIVERSITY CON and to suggest that my book could be recommended reading for students studying education.

The […]