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By Pete Moore On July 27th, 2017 at 7:29 pm

WHATEVER you do, do not watch this –

I hope you didn’t watch that, citizens. None of it is true. Imran Awan doesn’t exist. He’s not a Pakistani national who had high level access to DNC and Senate intelligence. He was not paid big, big bucks by Dems either. He was not employed by Debbie Wasserman Schultz up until he was not arrested while not trying to flee the US for Pakistan. And he definitely hasn’t lawyered up with a close Clinton aide who worked for them for many years. Oh no.

So I hope you didn’t see it. Doing so is not in your interests. I know that because the BBC, CNN and HuffPo would be interested otherwise. Wouldn’t they?


By Pete Moore On July 27th, 2017 at 7:02 pm

THIS is very interesting. From the BBC –

There are grounds for corporate manslaughter charges over the Grenfell Tower fire that killed at least 80 people, police have said.

Kensington and Chelsea council and the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation have both been told there are grounds for considering charges against them.

This has come to light in a letter from Metropolitan Police to Grenfell residents.

The police don’t get to decide these things in the UK. The police investigate, the Crown Prosecution Service decides what, if any, charges ought to be made. But the police is highly political now (as is the CPS of course). They know that Grenfell resident relations are a minefield, yet they’ve told the tenants, in effect, to expect corporate manslaughter charges. That’s how they’ll read it because so few of them understand the rule of law in an advanced civilisation.

But what happens if the CPS lawyers don’t do that? The residents, encouraged by Corbyn’s street rabble, will be back on the streets. All of a sudden everyone involved is under severe pressure to bring charges and make them stick.


By Pete Moore On July 27th, 2017 at 3:59 pm

THE TELEGRAPH reports another 180-degree u-turn:

Don’t finish the course of antibiotics’ – experts turn medical advice on its head

Doctors must stop telling patients to finish an entire course of antibiotics because it is driving antimicrobial resistance, a group of eminent specialists has warned […]

Current guidance from the NHS and the World Health Organisation says it is essential to ‘finish a course’ of antibiotics to avoid triggering more virulent forms of disease.

But in a new article in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), 10 leading experts said the public health message is not backed by evidence and should be dropped. They claim it actually puts the public at greater risk from antimicrobial resistance.

I can see the logic in the current guidance, which (I think) is that not completing a full course might not kill an infection entirely. Leaving some little nasties might lead to infection again and risk them developing immunity. But there’s “no evidence” for this? I dunno, maybe someone could organise some trials or something. Isn’t that what researchers do? It makes you wonder what other claims are made – and accepted – with “no evidence”. They do love a volte-face, these experts.

The parents? Plain stupid, thick and obtuse!

By Mike Cunningham On July 27th, 2017 at 12:22 pm

As humans grow into maturity, we all develop ways of thinking, we all have to accommodate other people and their needs and desires; we all have to, literally, get along. Most of what makes our patterns of life are unconsciously absorbed from our parents: and it is a fact that, from birth to five years-old, children absorb and learn everything which serves as a base for their future growth and life. My own philosophy, which I can state is mine own because it works for me, has grown over the years to encompass my family, the ones I love without exception. Put plainly, it states: ‘You can only play the cards that you are dealt’.

I have learnt that Responsibility’, that ‘Duty’, that ‘Family’; are more than words: they are signposts by which one human being has, and indeed continues; to learn, and to accept that which he has undertaken. I tend to ‘tell it as I see it’, and if that means I come across as hard and uncompromising; so be it. Life is hard, and uncompromising; and if you don’t stand up, speak out and fight for what you believe in: you really shouldn’t have bothered! I have compassion, but not for fools; not for those who simply ‘knew best’!

I have striven, over the years, to advise my kids (now of course adults all themselves), from my own experiences and knowledge. I hope that, when my time to die arrives, they will look back upon the times, decisions, beliefs and actions of my life, and determine, ‘he did his best’. They might reminisce of the many times I told of the same happenings, and of the equal number of times they refrained from telling me they had heard it all before; but if that was a failing, hopefully it will be one of the few. I have given my kids advice on many subjects, but never insisted on holding to that advice, because they all have to make their decisions, all of which in the light of ‘what is best for them, and their families’. I hope that my life will be reflected in the lives of my sons and daughter; along with the four bundles of nitro-glycerine masquerading as grandsons. My family is, in mine own view, my attempt at immortality; and I would, and indeed have done, deal out extreme physical damage to one who would even think of assaulting or attacking my kids.

So it is that I can read of a death which should not have happened; should not have even been contemplated: and simply came too early in a lifespan which could have been counted in the decades: and state, categorically that this was due to a failing on the parents’ side. The young person, described by parents as a delightful strong-willed, caring and compassionate child (who) had developed into a courageous and confident young woman, was, unfortunately, nothing of the kind. She was, instead, wilful, headstrong, disdainful of advice which might have saved her bloody life: she thought she was ‘Invincible’.

Sorry, darlin’, the only Invincibles I know come care of Marvel Comics, and they only have a shelf life. The parents did not get their daughter into the single state of mind which told her “The only pills I take are from either a registered pharmacist or chemist, or a pack which has been supplied on a doctor’s prescription. The parents might have stated, as reported in the news article, ‘“Leah had the benefit of good information and advice from many different sources at various intervals of her adolescent life,” as well as “Leah was well aware of the nature of different illicit substances and the risks attached.: but she wasn’t warned harshly or strongly enough. ‘She was only fifteen, she wasn’t, as they stated, ‘a courageous and confident young woman’, she was, in reality, a spoiled brat who wouldn’t be told; wouldn’t take advice; and she died partly because of her own stupidity, but mainly because the parents were simply not good enough!


Glory Hallelujah!

By Mike Cunningham On July 26th, 2017 at 2:48 pm

Trump states no Trannys for Armed Forces!

First sensible piece of news in a while!

There will obviously be large amounts of crap being heated as we read, but that will only be a waste of electricity, or firewood.

Can you just imagine an infantry squad about to go into battle, and they are delayed because one individual can’t choose his/her/its favourite lipstick: and the two soldiers marked ‘absent’ are recovering from their fourth/fifth re-assignment surgery. The jihadis would die of laughter!

The Walking Dead

By The Troll On July 26th, 2017 at 12:48 pm

Yes I have no sympathy for John McCain, as I’m sure he has none for anyone else.  A Failure as a Combat Pilot, a Hero as a Prisoner, and a Traitor to the Constitution as a Senator. His Brain was rotting long before it got Cancer.

He states a Major Problem in the first few sentences of his “bombastic” speech, the fact that he is a poster boy for Term Limits and has been in the Senate for 30 years.

This disgrace of a Politician continues with a delusion about the Body in which he has served way to long heaping praise on an institution that long ago lost it’s way in following it’s purpose for existing. Becoming a lifelong home for grifters who enter it as poor men and leave Multi Millionaires.  Blaming the Radio, the Internet, the PEOPLE for the fact that this group of 100 incompetents can’t do their jobs. A “Job” that has twice as many vacation days as work days.

Senator McCain is a Disgrace, he is the poster boy for everything that is wrong in American Politics and he will continue to cling to his corrupt grasp on power and wealth until he is carried out feet first.


By Pete Moore On July 26th, 2017 at 12:33 pm

SYMPATHY for Grenfell Tower residents was already wearing pretty thin. Mine has now gone completely.

‘You do not represent us and you do not look like us’: Grenfell residents turn on inquiry panel

Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire have challenged the retired judge heading the inquiry into the disaster at an impassioned meeting […]

But the crowd made it clear they have little confidence in the inquiry. One local resident drew applause and cheers as she said: “You do not have our confidence, you do not represent us and you do not look like any of us.”

Another local, one of the first members of public to speak said: “I don’t think you are going to do us justice. “I’m just watching you here. We need someone who’s real.”

Apparently only black judges can dispense justice where blacks are concerned now. These people need reminding that we have the rule of law in our country.

“Racism” long ago became the greatest of all crimes. How easily the beneficiaries forget that. Any Briton who suggests that only a white judge can do him justice would probably have his collar felt. There’s no reason why plod shouldn’t have rounded up a few racists last night at this meeting.


By Pete Moore On July 26th, 2017 at 11:57 am

New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040 in a bid to tackle air pollution, the government is set to announce.

THE GOVERNMENT has no idea what deficit it’ll run in 2020, but it knows transport policy 23 years ahead. This comes a couple of months after France announced the same policy. I wondered where this all comes from. It turns out to be “EU law”. I thought we voted to make up our own minds.

So they duped us into buying diesels because “they’re better for the environment”. Then they said “whoops, no they’re not”. These geniuses then made British electricity the most costly on the planet, via Ed Miliband’s evil Climate Change Act. All the while they closed power stations. We can barely keep the lights on now. And then we’re going to plug our motors into an already creaky, groaning national grid.

It won’t work. I live in an old agricultural cottage and have to park 50 yards up the lane. Are people like me going to re-charge our batteries by osmosis? Lots of people park at the kerb in suburbs. Can you imagine the mess of spaghetti across the pavement as everyone in the street plugs in at night?

And for what? Electric cars have low ranges and take hours to charge. They’re big expensive toys, not adult transport. This is a policy written by effete metropolitans who have no idea how life is lived by most people. The liberal, industrial revolution was also a revolution in mobility. Most people who ever lived never traveled more than a few miles from their place of birth. Now we can be on the other side of the planet within a day. Truly capitalism and markets deliver miracles. And truly, everything the eco-commies do in reply is to reverse progress, to take us back to pre-industrial living.

Seriously violent protests quelled across Cuba!

By Mike Cunningham On July 26th, 2017 at 9:33 am

The delusion that Cuba is somehow more free after the old goat’s death has suffered yet another embarrassing revelation.

Obama made a deal with the Castro regime, said it gave them access to tourism, gave them the belief that if you are interested in promoting freedom, independence, civic space inside of Cuba, then the power of things like remittances to give individual Cubans some cash, even if the government was taking a cut, that then allowed them to start a barbershop, or a cab service, was going to be the engine whereby individual Cubans—not directed by the United States, not directed by the C.I.A., not through some grand conspiracy—can now have their own little shop and have a little bit of savings and start expecting more.”


So Donald Trump gets elected, and reverses most of the Obama deal, stating “We challenge Cuba to come to the table with a new agreement that is in the best interest of their people, of our people, and of Cuban-Americans. We call for an end to the abuse of dissidents, release political prisoners, stop jailing innocent people, open yourselves up to political and economic freedoms.”

In an escalation of the arbitrary arrests and detentions against the Ladies in White, a dignified, silent protest group who always dress in white; seventy women were forcibly detained, some whilst on their way to church for Sunday mass. One of the serious charges levelled against these terrifying demonstrators (my sarcasm) was their statement that the Government charged her with “public disturbance” for shouting “down with Raúl”

See what I mean? The terrifying sight and sounds of a middle-aged woman calling for a dictator to stand down: why it calls for at least a battalion of armour on the streets in reply! Why, just think of the damage she could do with her handbag!


By Pete Moore On July 25th, 2017 at 6:26 pm

HM Gutter Press is in a flap over “chlorine-washed chicken”. It’s banned in the EU but, apparently, a common practice in preparing chickens in the US. Liam Fox, the British trade minister, is in Washington to talk trade with American counterparts. It’s been suggested that post-Brexit food safety standards could be changed to allow it into the UK. Cue outrage etc.

If you don’t want to eat it then don’t eat it. I wouldn’t eat it, but many Americans seem to have done so, for many years, without a problem. I wouldn’t eat it because I like the chicken from the organic farm up the road. Industrial farming isn’t my thing, but let’s have choice on the basis of full disclosure. To complicate matters further a variety of EU commies and socialists have stuck their noses in.

The official said: … “The Irish won’t be happy about chlorinated chicken crossing the border which is said to be northern Irish chicken. So there will have to be a border. It has been surprising to see how poor the understanding has been in the UK debate.”

Apparently the Helmuts who are arranging borders for the Irish are convinced that barbed wire and customs checks will be required to keep out chicken from Alabama. I wouldn’t bother. Anything which drifts onto a Libyan beach ends up in the EU; against a bunch of Polish truck drivers with a load of cheap chicken the EU stands no chance.

I’d advise the British government to wave aside these impertinent protests. Carry on and do what’s best for the UK. That’s why they’re there. If the EU wants to make life difficult for Irish people then they can be condemned for it. After a few years the Irish can Irexit anyway. It’s their destiny after all.