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By Pete Moore On October 13th, 2020 at 6:20 pm

Thousands of families are fleeing their homes as heavy fighting between government forces and the Taliban rages in Afghanistan’s Helmand province.

It is the third day of violent clashes as Afghan forces try to defend the strategic capital of the province, Lashkar Gah, from a Taliban assault.

It is estimated that about 35,000 people have so far fled their homes.

What a disaster these liberal colonial wars were. All those lives lost, all that misery and bloodshed, and all that wealth wasted. Anyone with two brain cells and a passing knowledge of the region knew that Afghanistan would revert to the mean.

Another One

By Patrick Van Roy On October 13th, 2020 at 2:28 pm

Way back in May we reported on Tom Wolf, the Democrat Pennsylvania Governor, who popped his lid at the notion that counties were planning on opening up without his approval and in defiance of his orders. In the minds of the democrats, only they are allowed to decree when businesses are allowed to operate. In fact, Governor Wolf is vowing to withhold funding from these counties.  Pennsylvania Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine admitted he moved his own mother out of a senior facility to a hotel while the Coronavirus was sweeping through nursing homes and killing elderly residents.  The Coronavirus is ravaging nursing homes across the US because of deadly Democrat policies of forcing people infected with COVID-19 back into the long-term care facilities.  Dr. Levine however made sure his 95-year-old mother was removed from the death box and transported safely to a hotel.

U.S. District Judge William S. Stickman IV wrote in his 66-page opinion that even though the actions taken in the spring by Wolf and Health Secretary Dr. Rachel Levine were laudable, they violated the First Amendment right to freedom of assembly, and the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the 14th Amendment.

“It’s a complete and total victory for the counties, the businesses and the representatives,” said attorney Thomas W. King III, who represented the plaintiffs in the case. “You can’t order the entire population of Pennsylvania to stay at home.”

Sit down and shut up

By Patrick Van Roy On October 13th, 2020 at 11:45 am

Even as the world wrestles with a pandemic and overbearing public health measures, some legislative bodies are taking the opportunity to tighten the screws on speech they don’t like. Several bills have passed, others are pending, and one was gutted by court review, but all represent new fronts in government efforts to impose censorship.

For free speech advocates, the luckiest break might have been the fate of a law passed by the French National Assembly in May. While existing requirements give companies 24 hours to take down content alleged by the government to glorify terrorist activity or to constitute child pornography, the new law would have changed that to one hour. In addition, online publishers would have been allowed a day to remove so-called “hate speech.”

“The same 24-hour obligation would have applied to content reported for violation of a law that criminalizes speech that promotes, glorifies, or engages in justification of sexual violence, war crimes, crimes against humanity, enslavement, or collaboration with the enemy; a law that criminalizes sexual harassment; and a law that bans pornography where it could be seen by a minor—among others,” reports Jacob Schulz at Lawfare. “The law did not carve out any exceptions; the 24-hour rule would have applied even in the case of technical difficulties or temporary surge in notifications.”


By Pete Moore On October 12th, 2020 at 6:55 pm

The World Health Organisation has flipped on lockdowns and now advises against them. The WHO’s Dr David Nabarro asked governments to “stop using lockdowns as your primary control method”, while stating that “Lockdowns just have one consequence that you must never ever belittle, and that is making poor people an awful lot poorer.”

Youtube and Twitter spent the summer taking down accounts which went against WHO advice on the Wuhan Flu. I trust they will now censor those who promote lockdowns. They will, won’t they?

One such candidate must be the Prime Minister, who has just thrown the WHO’s advice in the bin and instigated further libert and economy-destroying measures. It’s some kind of three-tier system which blah blah and rhubarb. Nope, I’m not interested. I don’t care anymore and I’m not interested.

Lockdowns do not work. We know they do not work, but those in charge are stuck in their March way of thinking. The government’s strategy is to suppress the virus until there’s a vaccine. But this is not a strategy, it is a hope, and scientists and doctors should know better then to hang everything on hope.

Never trust an Angel

By Patrick Van Roy On October 11th, 2020 at 12:40 am

especially around your women……


By Pete Moore On October 10th, 2020 at 8:35 pm

Overweight BBC presenter Stephen Nolan has always lacked self-awareness. That’s a weakness in a man. Clearly it’s led him to think he’s the Covid Police, licenced to chase and harrass members of the public, on camera, for not wearing a chin hammock.

That’s Belfast, I assume. So you carry on Nolan. You’re doing great work. Keep chasing and harrassing strangers. Don’t worry, no-one will slap you one right on the mush soon. Promise.


By Pete Moore On October 10th, 2020 at 8:16 pm

The economic damage as well as the health costs caused by coronavirus has left Africa needing $1.2tn (£920bn) over the next three years, the International Monetary Fund has said.

IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva said the world “must do more to support Africa to [recover]… from this crisis”.

No no no. No more white saviours. That’s what we were told. Wipiple have done enough supporting Africa for long enough. Besides, we have our own virus debts which the young and unborn will inherit.

There’s one way only to pay your way, and that’s by working, producing, earning and saving. Good protestant values in other words. Africans had long enough to learn them. So chop chop, get up, out of bed and get to work.

If that’s too much like hard work, tap up China. It’s their fault anyway.


By Pete Moore On October 10th, 2020 at 7:16 pm

World Rugby has become the first international sports federation to say transgender women cannot compete at the elite and international level of the women’s game.

New guidelines published on Friday “do not recommend” transgender women play contact rugby “on safety grounds”.

Good. The degenerates are upset so it’s really good.

The numbers of mentally ill men who think they are women actually affected is very small, but we know that transgender radicals are loud campaigners. This is welcome and sensible pushback. The affects of puberty can never be fully reversed. A big, powerful, hairy-arsed bloke should not be allowed to smash women all over the place because he now calls himself Emily. He’d relish it too. The campaigns against JK Rowling and the like have revealed a lot of misogyny in the transgender/mental illness camp.

My advice to women, actual women, is to stay at home and leave the rough stuff to the chaps. And while you’re there if you can do the housework and pop the dinner on that’d be great.


By Pete Moore On October 10th, 2020 at 6:51 pm

Listen to this mad, parochial hick. She thinks that the UK is a vaccine free-for-all without any regulation and that Boris Johnson will decide when to approve a vaccine for the Wuhan Flu.

And look at her pawing that mask on her face. She can’t even keep it on straight. Maybe it’s all the botox in there making it slide down. She sided with the EU against the British people. She threatened the UK over border with the ROI. Now she insults British scientific and medical standards. To get a vaccine developed in the UK or anywhere in the EU multiple regulatory agencies have to give approval. Not just the people who do food as well as drugs. Politicians play no part in it.

If Harris wins the presidency we will have a hostile administration in the White House again. If MI6 isn’t meddling in that election, in defence of British interests, then they need reminding why we pay them.


By Pete Moore On October 9th, 2020 at 7:09 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night: Happy Birthday John

It’s John Lennon’s 80th Birthday (hey, he lives on.) I’m going to be completely self-indulgent tonight because of the incredible pleasure his works have given me. As popular as The Beatles were and remain, the most well known songs are still what get played. So I’m also going to indulge my love of B-sides and album fillers and post a couple of numbers which aren’t so often played. Don’t mind me, I’m just a Beatles fanatic who loves everything they did. Except Octopus’s Garden of course.  If it wasn’t too excessive I’d have posted three. Oh boy, did I cut our some great tunes. So twos-up, both written by John Lennon, both completely different and yet just five years seperates them. Have a great weekend whatever you’re up to.

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