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By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2016 at 7:36 pm

Male refugees settling in Britain need to be formally taught how to treat women to prevent cases of assault and sexual harassment, a senior Labour MP has said.

Thangam Debbonaire, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, has called for a “refugee integration strategy” so that men “understand what is expected of them.”

Good luck with that one, love, but most of all good luck to all our British girls destined to be brutally enriched, courtesy of Refugees Welcome headbangers.

As the piece says, Farage was beasted a few weeks ago for suggesting that women could be attacked by “refugees”. Jeepers, all sensible and honest people have been. And now a (female) Labour MP joins us in recognising the obvious dangers of bringing yet more chancers from primitive, backward societies.

The difference is that she still wants it to happen of course. Therefore she cushions her view in sensitive, liberal language. Still it’s a welcome, if small, step from a Labour MP. The Overton Window shifts with such things.


By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2016 at 1:43 pm

WHAT is it?

Clinton staffers (“the press”) have been aggressively pushing the idea that Putin is a big fan of Donald Trump, and that he wants Trump to win the election. This since wikileaks last week did a very great thing in publishing leaked DNC emails and phone calls. They say that “Russia” hacked the servers and passed on the info to benefit Trump. I know, but we mustn’t laugh at the mentally ill.

So what is the evidence that Putin is a Trump fanboy? I can’t find a single Putin quote to justify the claim.



By Pete Moore On July 31st, 2016 at 1:36 pm

HITCHENS is just asking questions –

How can we prevent or at least reduce the horrifying number of rampage murders across the world?

Let me suggest that we might best do so by thinking, and studying. A strange new sort of violence is abroad in the world. From Japan to Florida to Texas to France to Germany, Norway and Finland, we learn almost weekly of wild massacres, in which the weapon is sometimes a gun, sometimes a knife, or even a lorry. In one case the pilot of an airliner deliberately flew his craft into a hillside and slaughtered everyone on board. But the victims are always wholly innocent – and could have been us.

I absolutely do not claim to know the answer to this. But I have, with the limited resources at my disposal, been following up as many of these cases as I can, way beyond the original headlines.

Those easiest to follow are the major tragedies, such as the Oklahoma City bombing, the Nice, Orlando, Munich and Paris killings, the Anders Breivik affair and the awful care-home massacre in Japan last week. These are covered in depth. Facts emerge that do not emerge in more routine crimes, even if they are present.

Let me tell you what I have found. Read the rest of this entry »

What Condition are you in?

By Patrick Van Roy On July 31st, 2016 at 12:07 pm

We have 99 days till we find out whether we are to be led by a crook or a clown.

I’m a fan of Hunter S Thompson, always have been. If you want an honest look at the true weirdness that the American average mind can see read his books. We know who they both are and we know none of It is going to be good, The next four years are going to be a freak show. And their ain’t shit any of us can do but watch.

but I know what Thompson would say….

Thank god their legalizing weed because everyone needs to just sit back, twist up a fat one and strap in. The circus is coming you might as well enjoy the show.

and play the song, if you have any fire in you you’ll enjoy it….. trust me

and to answer the question in the song “we’re screwed”


By Pete Moore On July 29th, 2016 at 8:21 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

A little sweet something. Bettina Wegner knew how to get up noses. First sent down from her university for anti-state activities (“thinking”), she was eventually expelled from the Progressive GDR. Whoever you are, whatever you’ve done, it’s just not possible to have a better line than that on your CV.

As always, feel free to share your favourite sounds –


By Pete Moore On July 29th, 2016 at 7:01 pm

ALREADY years behind schedule, the proposed Hinckley Point C nuclear plant finally received EDF Board approval yesterday. Great, South West England was finally going to have the most expensive energy on the planet foisted on them by the British, French and Chinese governments.

The bunting and red carpets were actually laid out for the signing ceremony, and then this morning the (British) government announced yet another delay and review. Two of the three power stations in the area have already been closed as an offering to Gaia. The last one will go in a few years time. The carrot crunchers would be wise to stock up on candles.

Bottom line: energy if far too important to be left to government.


By Pete Moore On July 29th, 2016 at 6:50 pm

THE recent upsurge of Islamic behaviour in France has woken up the Corsican National Liberation Front (FNLC). They’re still armed but have been observing a ceasefire against the French state for the last few years. However Hajji is still warned to not try it on. They’ve released a statement saying that any attack by ISIS would trigger a response “without delay”. The gist is The will of the Salafists is clearly to impose (on our house) the ISIS policy and we are ready. Your medieval philosophy does not frighten us … They should know that any attack against our people will provoke our response without delay.”


It’s an interesting one. The FNLC has killed in the past. I suspect they’re being deadly serious. As Corsican nationalists they of course don’t recognise the legitimacy of the French state. I wonder how many Corsicans recognise how hopeless that state is.

The other interesting thing is the natural turn toward nationalism as an antitdote to Progressive catastrophe. Eventually even the dimmest Left/Liberals will realise that the current path will lead to the extinction of any liberalism in Europe.


By Pete Moore On July 28th, 2016 at 9:53 pm

IMF admits disastrous love affair with the euro, apologises for the immolation of Greece

The International Monetary Fund’s top staff misled their own board, made a series of calamitous misjudgments in Greece, became euphoric cheerleaders for the euro project, ignored warning signs of impending crisis, and collectively failed to grasp an elemental concept of currency theory.

This is the lacerating verdict of the IMF’s top watchdog on the Fund’s tangled political role in the eurozone debt crisis, the most damaging episode in the history of the Bretton Woods institutions.

Really, do read it all, and then reflect on the astonishing power the IMF has, and how badly it was wielded.


By Pete Moore On July 28th, 2016 at 6:25 pm

WHAT says you?

Recent attacks in Germany involving asylum-seekers would not change its willingness to take in refugees, Chancellor Angela Merkel has said.

She said the attackers “wanted to undermine our sense of community, our openness and our willingness to help people in need. We firmly reject this”.

That depends on who she means by “we”. It can’t include the many Germans who have demonstrated against her policies, not the increasing numbers who are voting against her. I get the sense she’s over that tipping point, when those who have been in power have been in it for too long and cannot stand to be gainsaid or proven wrong. It happens to them all.

It’s time the German people removed this dangerous woman from all influence.


By David Vance On July 28th, 2016 at 6:14 pm

It’s obvious that British politics is changing dramatically and NOWHERE is this more acutely obvious than in the slow cruel demise of Labour as a meaningful opposition to the Conservative Government.

“Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith yesterday unveiled an extraordinary manifesto of 20 Left-wing policies to take Britain towards his vision of a ‘socialist revolution’. The former shadow cabinet member, who is seeking to unseat Jeremy Corbyn, pledged a return to the 50p top rate of income tax and a new ‘wealth tax’ on the investments of the top 1 per cent of earners. In what will be seen as a return to the days of Michael Foot’s infamous 1983 manifesto – dubbed the ‘longest suicide note in history’ – he pledged an end to austerity, an end to public sector pay freezes and better workers’ rights.”

All delusions. I think the truth is that he wants to unseat the hard left Jeremy Corbyn be seeking to emulate his loony tunes policies in this leadership election and then, presumably, abandon them should he get into the Leader role. However if, by chance, he means this, then we can assume that Labour will melt down by 2020 and a Conservative government in perpetuity is the consequence.

As a democrat (!!!) I think it is really important in our parliamentary democracy that the Government is effectively held to account by a dynamic opposition. Labour seem broken, drifting further and further Left, oblivious to the wishes of those who vote for them. We need a new Opposition to keep the Conservative Government honest. UKIP hoovered up 4millions votes last year, could this be their big opportunity?