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By Pete Moore On January 2nd, 2019 at 6:35 pm

The nagging hysteria goes on, day after day.

After a Christmas of over-indulgence for many, the idea of a “pudding tax” may seem like a good idea.

Public health experts have suggested it may be needed to tackle the high rates of sugar consumption.

By the age of 10, the average child has exceeded the recommended level of sugar intake for an 18-year-old.

The news prompted Public Health England chief nutritionist Dr Alison Tedstone to suggest there may be a case for introducing a sugar tax on puddings.

For a supposedly “free country” we’re barked at an awful lot now. By deceivers most of the time. Today the controversial British state broadcaster is calling them “public health experts”. Check the claim that “by the age of 10, the average child has exceeded the recommended level of sugar intake for an 18-year-old.” It sounds a lot, in fact much too much. But it’s only because the government halved its (already) arbitrary guidelines in 2015. The BBC doesn’t mention that.

It also doesn’t mention that sugar consumption is on a long-term decline. It would decline even faster if manufacturers weren’t exhorted to reduce fats in food. Natural fats are tasty and healthy, but the mad policy of reducing fat in food means that sugar is added to restore taste.

Don’t drop your spoons, citizens. Eat a little less pudding if you want to lose weight, but more than anything never vote for this authoritarian, radical-left bunch of finger-wagging, hectoring Tories ever again.


By Pete Moore On January 1st, 2019 at 8:27 pm

The teaching of history is clearly informed by statists and those whose interests lie in being close to power centres. The reality is that our lives have been much more affected by entrepreneurs, inventors, scientists and engineers than by politicians.

And now, for something different….

By Patty On January 1st, 2019 at 7:13 pm

Here’s something that we wouldn’t see were it not for the internet.

GOD BLESS OUR MILITARY! Native American soldier getting a hero’s welcome in Billings, Montana from The_Donald


By Pete Moore On December 31st, 2018 at 8:06 pm

One of my recent joys has been seeing how easily the press flips the narrative.

BBC Reality Check Team: How many people seek asylum in the UK?

More than 230 people have attempted to cross the English Channel in small boats since November, according to a tally being kept by BBC News.

(No really, the BBC actually has a “reality check team”.)

I simply love how, according to the Remainer press, establishment and cultural gauleiters, it will be a disaster to leave the EU. Yet when Afghans, Iranians and other illegals start fleeing the EU for the nearly-not-EU, they are transformed into poor, helpless people “seeking asylum”.

It’s as if there’s an agenda.


By Pete Moore On December 31st, 2018 at 7:33 pm

For once, I’ll let the rozzers off being officious, ticket-issuing gits –

What we have here is supercharged prat in a BMW X5. I have say, middle lane hoggers absolutely boil my piss. It’s a crime almost as bad as animal cruelty in my book, and I’d hang those people.

At any one moment, hundreds of miles of national motorway are empty, in the left hand lane, because thoughtless prats are sitting in the middle lane. If the left hand lane is empty then move into it. Not only because that’s what the Highway Code mandates, but because it’s sensible and frees up room for drivers outside. It’s safe and sensible, but then a lot of people are completely oblivious to how hopeless they are on the road.

It comes as overly slow driving is increasingly to blame for crashes, particularly when combined with being a middle lane hog. Well yes, it’s always been obvious that excessively slow driving is at least as dangerous as driving too fast. There was a time when driving standards in the UK were pretty good, and well ahead of most other countries. I’m not so sure now. With increasing immigration from places with barely any standards in anything, decline has been inevitable.

As Time Goes By

By Mahons On December 30th, 2018 at 6:37 pm

Tomorrow we Gregorians celebrate the passing of the old year and the beginning of the New Year. Ive never been a huge fan of the amateur night known as New Years Eve. Champagne is not my drink, massive crowds are not my pleasure and I associate ball dropping with hernias.

I am born and bred in the New York City area, but I have never attended the Times Square freezing debauchery. I’d rather be a Jehovah Witness knocking on doors in Kabul than a among the revelers in Times Square. So cold there by Midnight everyone looks worse than Jack Nicholson at the end of The Shining.

I do like Robbie Burns’ Auld tune – it is celtic, nostalgic and no one knows all the words. We fake it like Mr. Rogers at an AC/DC concert. There is something about partial recognition that appeals to me as I grow older.

If you had a good year may you have another. If you had a tough year may you have a better one. Cheers and Slainte!

The Tolerant all Inclusive Democrats…….

By Patrick Van Roy On December 29th, 2018 at 7:52 pm

A guy walks into a Shop to buy Vape Juice wearing a Trump Shirt…… This is the exchange.


The Employee was Fired.

Democrats Kill Cop

By Patrick Van Roy On December 29th, 2018 at 3:48 pm

Cpl Singh a LEGAL immigrant killed Christmas Day by ILLEGAL with MULTIPLE PRIOR ARRESTS but couldn’t be reported to ICE for Deportation.

Corporal Ronil Singh was shot and killed during a traffic stop in Newman, California early in the morning on December 26 3am by an ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT GANG MEMBER with a list of priors. Officer Singh leaves a wife and a son less than a year old. He came here to pursue the American Dream he did it LEGALLY but Democrats don’t want his type of Immigrant they want the scum from South America that sneak in here instead.

Give Him A Shrubbery

By Mahons On December 29th, 2018 at 2:12 pm

Arise, Sir. Michael Palin. A Knight who says Ni.
In an honors system that has promoted the worthy and unworthy, saints and scoundrels, and the detestable and admirable Sir Michael falls in the plus side of the column. His addition brings honor to the honor.
His bemused traveling of the world, hilarious contributions to Monty Python and overall charm have a special place in my estimation.
It would have been wonderful to see all the Pythons knighted at once, a ceremony for the Ages, but apparently no one roundtabled such an idea. Even though they have lost members to death and dementia they remaing band still has more biting wit, original thought and comedic sharpness than most comedians half their age.
This is the best knighthood to put a smile on my face since Bugs Bunny said Arise, Sir Loin of Beef. Congratulations to one of the good guys.


By Pete Moore On December 28th, 2018 at 6:43 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night: only 362 shopping days till Christmas

Apologies for the tardiness of the blog. I had a couple of days away at short notice. Very short notice, as in “get in the motor if you’re coming”. Normal service will be resumed shortly.

I hope that Santa brought you everything you wanted, as well as socks. I got what I wanted, a clear run round the M25 on Christmas Day. It’s like the country had been evacuated and no-one told me. It was quite unnerving at first to see it so clear.

Have a good weekend and, as always, feel free to share your fav sounds down below –