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Could it be a Trump landslide?

(Friday blog)

I had to switch off the BBC news this morning due to its usual hate-filled anti-Trump rant following the latest Trump vs Biden debate.

As the BBC lambasted Trump (as usual) for everything wrong in the world and especially for his handling of Xi Pingpong’s Chinese plague, the BBC ‘forgot’ (as usual) that:


Scholar: beheading of French teacher “not a serious crime”

(Thursday blog)

“Not a serious crime”?

I wanted to do a different story today. But then I came across this:

According to a leading scholar from our most favourite religion, the beheading of French teacher, Samuel Paty, was “not a serious crime” (at about 3 minutes into the video). The only crime, according to […]

Why do so many people in the West hate their own countries?

(Friday/weekend blog)

This is probably the most important question facing Western civilisation. So I’m hardly likely to come up with profound insights to do justice to it in a 600- to 700-word blog written at 05.00 on a Friday morning.

But anyway, here goes:

We’ve never had it so good

We really have never had […]

How deadly is ‘deadly’?

(Tuesday blog)

Here we go again. Lockdowns, bankruptcies, suicides, serious illnesses going untreated, lives ruined and the economy trashed to supposedly ‘save the NHS’.

All this is to protect us from the supposedly ‘deadly’ Chinese Xi-Flu. But how deadly is ‘deadly’?

How deadly is ‘deadly’?

I realise that most Brits are numerically-challenged. Nevertheless, here are […]

Get Covid – live longer!

(weekend blog)

I don’t have a story today as I believe I would be contravening the Obscene Publications Act were I to show you some of the wonderful things being done by our friends in the countries where the world’s favouritest religion dominates.

Get Covid – live longer!

But I was slightly amused by the […]

How the howling media mob panicked our pathetic politicians?

(Wednesday/ Thursday blog)

You can’t expect Einsteinian insights from a 600- to 700-word blog (with pictures for the hard-of-understanding) written at 05.00 in the morning. But I think I’m beginning to understand how our rulers allowed our economy to be trashed by the Xi Pingpong’s Wuhan flu and what to do about it now.

That […]

Why are so many Times readers so ignorant, deranged and filled with hate?

(Monday/Tuesday blog)

I used to enjoy reading the readers’ comments on the Times website. Most journalists are generalists and so their articles tend to be fairly superficial. But some Times readers were experts in their subjects and so could often add information or insights that went beyond what the journalists knew. Moreover, having researched and […]

Trump stomping all over Biden? Or Biden stomping all over Trump?

(weekend blog by David Craig – proudly banned from commenting by the Times and Sunday Times for insufficient political correctness)

I thought we could all relax this weekend by enjoying a few of Trump’s and Biden’s most recent campaign ads.

Trump kicking Biden?

Here’s one possibly questioning whether Old Joe is really up to the […]

Is Joe Biden the new El ‘Private Godfrey’ Cid?

(Thursday blog)

Today I wanted to focus on Joe Biden’s increasingly obvious and increasingly worrying mental decline as we never hear anything about this in the Trump-loathing, Democrat-adoring UK mainstream media.

I don’t know how many readers are old enough to remember the 1961 film El Cid starring Charlton Heston and Sophia Loren:

September 17th, 2020 | Category: Mainstream media, politics | 5 comments

Mad Hillary still blames the Russians

(Monday blog)

You couldn’t make it up

This weekend we had the fervent Remoaner and (IMHO) lying war criminal, Tony Blair, criticising Boris Johnson’s government for supposedly ‘breaking international law”. They even had Blair’s sidekick, Alistair Campbell, being interviewed on TV also putting the boot in.

I seem to have a vague recollection of a […]