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“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 […]

Astronauts and real scientists say climate emergency is b*ll*x

(weekend blog)

London attack – you couldn’t make it up

We now know that the London knifeman was 28-year-old Usman Khan. (Any relation to London Mayor Sadiq Khan?) Mr Khan, that’s Usman not Sadiq, was well-known to the police. He was arrested with eight other men in 2012 after plotting to bomb the London Stock […]

Hillsborough – Liverpool fans blameless saints as usual?

(Friday blog)

There have been four major football disasters in Europe in the last 49 years – Ibrox 1971 (fans crushed) 66 dead, Heysel 1985 (fans fighting) 39 dead, Bradford 1985 (fire) 56 dead and Hillsborough 1989 (fans fighting) 96 dead. All of them involved British football fans and, curiously, Liverpool fans have been involved […]

Free speech that would now be banned in our once great country?

(Tuesday blog)

Sweden enriches Denmark

Good news! Most people know that multi-cultural enrichment has turned Sweden from Europe’s most boring, peaceful and bucolic country:

into a colourful, vibrant and ethnically-diverse paradise:

And now this enrichment is spreading to Sweden’s neighbour – Denmark.

Following a series of bomb attacks […]

It’s hardly surprising they spend most of their time trying to kill each other

(Friday/weekend blog)

Here’s a ‘best clips’ compilation of some of our most intelligent and educated friends from the Religion of Peacefulness and Tolerance calmly discussing important issues on TV.

They do seem rather excitable – no wonder they keep trying to kill each other.

Makes the BBC’s (IMHO) biased, UK-hating, europhiliac, climate-change-obsessed, rapemigrant-hugging, politically-correct Question […]

Fishlake – was there a clue in the name?

(Wednesday blog)

Censorship at the Times

First, can I recommend that readers click on the headline of yesterday’s blog? There are some great, well-informed readers’ comments.

Talking of readers’ comments, yesterday I wrote the following comment on the Times website following an article on universities brainwashing students with ‘progressive’, left-wing, politically-correct nonsense:

Given that you […]

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 […]

Well, that was a complete waste of time and effort

Now I know. I’ve been wasting my time. I should have realised this a long time ago.

Despite having my latest video up on my blog for the last few days, most readers couldn’t be bothered to watch it. I guess they must all be very very busy people.

Moreover, I guess fewer than 3 […]

Our National Anthem – updated for a modern, politically-correct, woke Britain

(Wednesday, Thursday, Friday blog)

Today I wanted to introduce my latest YouTube video. But first I’d like to spend a couple of minutes on the catastrophe that is the Tories’ election campaign

Prepare for Prime Minister Corbyn?

I saw a few minutes of Corbyn’s election campaign speech yesterday. In spite of being an antediluvian Marxist […]

The (blindingly obvious) link between low IQ and violence?

(Thursday blog)

Stating the obvious?

As I meandered through cyberspace yesterday, I began to wonder whether there had been many studies of the link between intelligence (as measured by IQ tests) and the tendency to violence, particularly violent crime and social breakdown.

I found loads of learned academics who managed to state the obvious – […]