August 2020
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WTF do we need new huge nuclear power stations for?

(weekend blog)

In this weekend’s blog I’ll be writing out of my rear end in that I’m not a technical person, I have absolutely zero understanding of the subject and I know that several readers know much more about this subject than I do. But I have worked in project management for almost 100 organisations […]

We all know you’re lying Boris, Matt, Dominic, Yvonne, Jonathan, Chris etc etc etc

(Friday blog)

At first I tried watching the daily Downing Street briefings. But with all the lies and cover-ups and denials of reality by establishment political and medical pygmies, the briefings became so farcical that I just can’t be bothered. In fact, the briefings are so painful to watch, I’m embarrassed to think that this […]

How many weeks before the rioting and looting start?

(Friday blog)

Government incompetence breaks the unwritten agreement with the people

Democratic government depends on an unwritten agreement. The people agree to obey laws and pay taxes in return for the government making a reasonable effort to provide basics like healthcare, education, national defence, utilities, roads etc etc.

At the start of the Chinese laboratory-produced […]

HS2 – why are our politicians so dumb-arse stupid?

(Friday/weekend blog)

Oh no, here we go again. At the time of writing, it looks like our useless politicians are going to approve the hugely-costly and totally unnecessary HS2 project.

Ask the wrong questions – you get the wrong answer

Let me bore you with why I think the idiots in Westminster have blundered into […]

Will battling Boris biff and bash the useless HS2?

(Thursday blog)

Nein, nein…….vielleicht

Remoaners must be tearing their hair out. Boris was in Germany with Merkel yesterday and the sore loser Remoaners (plus the europhiliac BBC and snarling, UK-hating idiots at C4 News) expected Merkel to give Boris a very firm “nein, nein, nein” when Boris insisted the Irish backstop must be scrapped. But, […]

What do Britain’s well-paid admirals do all day?

(Tuesday blog)

A Royal Navy farce?

When Britain ‘hijacked’ an Iranian oil tanker, the Iranians helpfully informed us that they would ‘hijack’ one of ours in return. Given this warning, ordinary people might wonder why our Royal Navy failed to react to protect our shipping.

As the Royal Navy now belatedly scrambles around to find […]

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 […]

“Khan’s blood-soaked streets of London”

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

I have just made a new short (3 mins) video.

This one is called “Khan’s blood-soaked streets of London”

It would be really helpful if readers could send the link to the video to their network of contacts recommending people watch the video and then send the link further on to their contacts. […]

Disability? Am I almost the only person in Britain without one?

(Tuesday blog)

Two related stories today.

1. What’s wrong with Universal Credit?

I watched yet another biased BBC documentary last night. This one was about the failures of the new Universal Credit (UC) and how the introduction of UC was pushing people into poverty, homelessness and helplessness.

As usual, the BBC found lots of supposed […]

How the Establishment protected the RBS ‘banksters’

(Wednesday blog)

Establishment cover-up?

Some of you may have watched a BBC2 documentary last night – “The bank that almost broke Britain”. In it, a string of politicians and civil servants tried to make us believe that only their courage and decisiveness saved the British economy from a massive collapse in the banking crisis of […]