Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Parish Notice

Arrived in at my new job yesterday in HK. It's pretty full on, what with being thrown in at the deep end and trying to sort out the apartment etc. Anyway, what I'm trying to say, don't expect much (any?!) blogging for a little while whilst things settle down.


Sunday, 9 January 2011

Leaving the EU - A MSM Campaign

As Douglas Carswell says, buy the Express today or at least read their pull-out guide to why we should leave the EU.

A momentum is building.


On collecting useless information...

"If Mrs. Miggins was a white, Irish, disabled Zoroastrian with mental health issues relating to her doubts over her sexual identity - why does it matter?  She is dead!  Who will collate this unnecessary information?  What purpose does it serve?" 
A good, fun post, typical of what we have all experienced when faced with public bodies (er, not Mrs. Miggins, you know what I mean)...


Saturday, 8 January 2011

Victimhood Poker: No Laughing Matter When There Are Real Victims

Ordinarily, Victimhood Poker is a cause for fun. However, the seriousness underlying today's edition, where it appears that Muslims trump paedophile / sex victims, leaves no room for mirth.

The Guardian article, "Grooming and Our Ignoble Tradition of Racialising Crime" by Libby Brooks (complete with a telling illustration) covers the recent Times revelations about Pakistani sex gangs, stating:

Full Copy of BBC's Diversity Survey

As promised, I've made a copy of the BBC's Diversity Survey so as to keep for prosterity. It's still available on line to view but the opening page says it closed. However, I'm more than happy to host your answers in the comments below for my own mirth and merriment.

Friday, 7 January 2011

Urgent: Help the BBC on Diversity Policy

You can help the BBC with it's diversity policy by taking the survey that finishes today:


I would like to say that you won't believe some of the questions, but if anyone was of any doubt that the BBC seeks to social engineer, they should take it.

Cheers, FAV
H/T: Biased BBC

I wish all MPs understood this...

The only MP that I know of that gets it:
"Since the Civil War, Parliament's purpose is supposed to be overseeing how our taxes are spent. Instead of rubber stamping government spending decisions as they've done for decades, the Commons needs to assert its right to say "no". ... "

Parish Notice

Sorry for the lack of posts recently - 'have been seeing the family the country over ahead of a 3 month temporary and then hopefully permanent emigration. I'm leaving next weekend and starting a full on job, so whilst things settle down, I don't know how often I will be posting over the next few weeks.

In the meantime, I'd like to take this opportunity to say that I really appreciate that you've taken the time to read my ramblings!


Monday, 3 January 2011

Servitude Year Cost

One of the things that makes me angry on a daily basis is not just the size of our official national debt and official total indebtedness but also the apparent indifference shown by most to it. I used to think that it was because they didn’t care that the state has committed them and their children (and grandchildren) to a life of state servitude to pay off this debt that continues to increase in record amounts.