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How to boil a frog

May 29, 2017 // 12 Comments

It is said that if you drop a frog into a pot of boiling water, it’ll jump out of the pot. However, if you put the frog into a pot of cold water and heat it gradually, it’ll adjust to the slowly rising temperature and won’t realise what’s happening until it’s too late. There’s an [...]

Manchester under the bomb

May 28, 2017 // 4 Comments

The Islamist attack in Manchester on the evening of 22nd May 2017 was not the first bombing that the city has had to endure.  As well as the 3,300lb truck bomb which was detonated in its centre by the IRA in 1996 this area, which was an important industrial port during the Second World War, [...]

The Islamic Terror Attack On Manchester

May 27, 2017 // 16 Comments

It’s OK to describe Salman Abedi, the coward who murdered 21 mostly young people on Monday, as an Islamic terrorist. He was. He was not a nice Moslem, nor a good one, indeed he was a murderous young thug who waged war upon women and children, but he was a Moslem nonetheless. The Mayor of [...]

A City Stands Violated

May 27, 2017 // 8 Comments

A city stands violated Its people, the gullible and the angry, impotent Mothers and fathers, siblings, aunts, uncles, grandmas and granddads, friends bereft Out of the corners, the safe little nooks and crannies, the messages start to be delivered Hope not Hate, Brendan Cox, John Bercow, Andy [...]

Can we do more than light candles?

May 27, 2017 // 20 Comments

The vigil in Manchester on Tuesday night was undeniably moving. The assurances that we will stand together, we will not let terrorism win, love is stronger than hate, and so on, were resonant. And yet … and yet … that is what we always do. Politicians jostle to repeat the same platitudes. Maybe [...]

It’s Events, Dear Boy

May 26, 2017 // 12 Comments

So politics are to re-commence on Friday of this week. I do hope our politicians and the sycophantic MSM will realise it will not be acceptable to return to the same subjects, where we left off on Monday. If I recall correctly, Mrs. May being crucified for some form of chicanery with a disappearing [...]

The time for teddy bears is over …

May 25, 2017 // 19 Comments

… as is the determined deployment of candles, flowers and messages of hope.  Operations involving vigils, mass hand-holding and repetition of platitudes have been proven to be ineffective now. And yet our temporal, pastoral and thought leaders still come out with the same old stuff. Amber [...]

You still dare call us islamophobes?

May 24, 2017 // 47 Comments

Yesterday, I could barely restrain my fury and rage. Today is the time for an icy-cold look at what happened. Yesterday, Anne Marie Waters said it all in her tweet:   Today, I say: we mustn’t stop talking. How many times have we warned about a mass terrorist attack here in our country? How [...]

Manchester Terrorist Attack: the Need for Responsible Voting.

May 23, 2017 // 28 Comments

As you wake up this morning to the realisation that the UK has suffered a major terrorist attack, possibly the only surprise you’ll have is that it’s taken so long. Many of you here have been increasingly hostile to islam or at least radical Islam. While agreeing that it’s an incompatible [...]

It’s Not Too Late to SCRAP HS2

May 22, 2017 // 3 Comments

For an example of the Conservative Government’s blatant lies, confusion and incompetence HS2 would take some beating. HS2 was originally heralded as a means of travelling from the north, and potentially from Scotland, straight through to the continent, via HS1 and the Chunnel with a projected [...]
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