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How the Biden-adoring, Trump-loathing UK media never mention the new US civil war

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

Day after day after day the UK mainstream media bombards us with two main stories from the USA:

the appalling infection and death rates from the Chinese Covid-19 plague (though, of course, the UK media never mentions China and always blames Trump and not state and city politicians) how son of Saint Obama, […]

Is this the worst decision our useless police have ever made?

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

Kissing ass doesn’t get respect

Many readers may have watched in admiration/astonishment/horror (delete as appropriate) the development/collapse (delete as appropriate) in British policing over the last 10 to 15 years.

The first signs of the rot probably came with those idiotic police officers who thought their job included dancing with multi-cultural enrichers at […]

Stabbings at Reading park “largely peaceful” say police

(Friday blog)

It’s too hot to write a blog today. But here are a couple of very short videos readers might not have seen and which readers might find mildly interesting

Stabbings at Reading Park “largely peaceful”

Here’s link to an ‘official’ police announcement about the recent murderous stabbings at a park in Reading. You […]

What is the point of our useless, woke, cowardly, politicised police?

(Friday/weekend blog)

Run rabbit run?

I’d like to start this blog with a comment made by a reader a couple of days ago:

It was fascinating yesterday to watch the youtube videos of hapless Plod being chased down Whitehall by hordes of primitives, astonished and terrified to discover that all the face-painting, all the […]

Was ‘Saint’ George Floyd a violent, dangerous thug?

(weekend blog)

I just wanted to mention two unfortunate truths about the ludicrously-exaggerated Black Lives Matter protests

Was ‘Saint’ George Floyd a violent, dangerous thug?

I am in no way condoning the way the police treated George Floyd. But as the crowds of virtue-signalling, woke protestors (encouraged by a fawning mainstream media) try to beatify […]

“There was a transgender from Khartoum”

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

Let’s start today’s blog with a little Limerick I found floating around in cyberspace:

There was a transgender from Khartoum

Who invited another to his/her/its/ze’s room

But they spent the whole night

In a terrible fight

Arguing who would do what with what […]

A 12-year-old girl enriched again and again and again and …………

(Thursday/Friday blog)

I know that the vast majority of British people value the vibrant, diverse, multi-cultural enrichment that mass, uncontrolled Third-world immigration brings our once great country:

Therefore, I’m pleased to bring yet another heartwarming story of how our ethnic minorities (which may soon be a majority) have improved life for us […]

Come to ‘peaceful’ Sweden and get raped, blown up or shot

(weekend blog)

Oh Sweden, what have you done?

I know Sweden quite well. I speak Swedish and have worked in Sweden for several years. OK, I know Sweden used to be possibly the most boring country in the world and the Swedes some of the most boring people you would ever meet. But the country’s […]

Happy “International Pronouns Day” to you all

(Thursday blog)

Happy International Pronouns Day to you all

I apologise. I’ve missed yet another important day in your lives – International Pronouns Day.

Yes, last Thursday – 17 October – was International Pronouns Day. How could I have forgotten? How could I have been so remiss?

International Pronouns Day is an incredibly important day. […]

In Australia, someone dares defend their home. In Britain they’d get prosecuted by our useless PC plods

(Monday blog)

Good riddance to the whining Scrots

First let us celebrate that the whingeing, whining Scrottish rugby team have been thrashed out of the world cup. The other teams, whose games were cancelled due to the typhoon, accepted this with sportmanship realising that their Japanese hosts were more concerned with protecting property and lives […]