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By Pete Moore On October 31st, 2017 at 8:57 pm

– Multiple fatalities

– Rental truck

– Cyclists deliberately run over

– Shots fired

– “Allahu akbar”

– Police have someone in custody

(We seem to have been here before.)


By Pete Moore On October 31st, 2017 at 7:24 pm

COMMIES bang on all the time about the refugees and the importance of taking in the oppressed. Strangely, white South Africans are never on their list of concerns. But they are on mine. Their plight concerns me much more than all the Third Worlders out there, but then I’m a slave to natural human instinct. It’s a literal genocide, and the reason for the Black Monday protests yesterday. The British government ought to throw open the doors and welcome any who want to return to their European homeland.


By Pete Moore On October 31st, 2017 at 6:52 pm

I told that the media would come to regret its support for Antifa:

This was the message greeting an appearance by Mike Cernovich at Columbia University last night. What they actually mean is that “paedophiles are better than conservatives”. But of course. The Left has a record of dallying with nonces. The NYT has hosted op-ed pieces excusing paedophilia as “a disorder, not a crime”. Salon picked up the baton and ran pieces excusing it.

Over here the Left (including subsequent Labour MPs) was involved with the Paedophile Information Exchange in the 1970s and 80s.  Like the North American Man/Boy Love Association, it was a paedophile advocacy group. This is the Left moving back into its natural, degenerate habitat.

It is forbidden to throw your cash into this box!

By Mike Cunningham On October 31st, 2017 at 12:23 pm

Big question. If you cannot stop yourself throwing your cash at bookmakers through the easy-money F.O.B.T. machines, will the proposed reduction from £100.00 to £2.00 in slot acceptance slow or stop your utter stupidity; or will you find another track, such as casinos, online gambling sites, or horses and dogs; to bankruptcy and ruin?

In gambling, as in many other fields, there is no such thing as chance, or luck, or winning against the house. The machines are digital, the electronics and slot positions are devolved by way of a sophisticated algorithm, controlling microprocessors which are FIXED so that the House always wins. I commissioned much of the services in a South African casino, and I along with most people of even a limited knowledge of the gambling industry, know that these people wouldn’t be in the business unless it was literally money for old rope!

Trick or Treat

By Patrick Van Roy On October 31st, 2017 at 10:49 am


and pure Talent

No name? No cashback?

By Mike Cunningham On October 31st, 2017 at 10:29 am

So,  Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia, has decided to remove two plaques celebrating the lives of two men; one George Washington, the other Robert E Lee.


Fair question If you don’t show his plaque, will you return Robert E Lee’s widow’s $10,000  donation to his family? It will, after all, be fair: if you don’t want the slur of Lee’s name to be on the wall in your wealthy church, would you not, should you not; return his widow’s gift, complete with compound interest as calculated?

Saudi……..Go Home!

By Mike Cunningham On October 31st, 2017 at 9:49 am

My expertise in in engineering fields, electricity generation and supply, mechanical items, water purification and transport; how to make things work, move or make things easier for users. Financial items, I learn from what I read, what I have experienced whilst working in and on engineering projects. I know how important is the need for strict scrutiny of where the cash comes from, how stable are the institutions which supply the investment cash, and how those institutions are governed.

Surprisingly enough, I’m with the Guardian on this one. The London Stock Market rules have been tested before, and they have been built to be both rugged and accommodating: but I do not believe that, just because Saudi’s Aramco will be the world’s largest and possibly its most wealthy member if it comes to London for its IPO; the rules should be swayed, moved, lessened or, in at least one vital area: ignored completely. $2 trillion’s worth of business is not to be sniffed at, but Saudi should be told ‘No special treatment, no relaxation of the rules for Independent Directors; and definitely no allowance; because you are who you are; for a diminution of the amount of stock offered, from a minimum of 25% to be lowered to 5%.’


Business is business, but, if you want special treatment, go elsewhere!


By David Vance On October 30th, 2017 at 7:24 pm

Full Speed to……….Nowhere!

By Mike Cunningham On October 30th, 2017 at 6:47 pm


By Pete Moore On October 30th, 2017 at 6:18 pm

THE Dem/Fed nexus still has nothing on Trump. A year of investigations, and all they have is an accusation of tax dodging, years ago, by Paul Manafort (ironically, when he was doing business with the Podestas). So they’re putting the squeeze on him. I’ve seen how they work myself. Someone very close to me was threatened with 69 years in a federal penitentiary, unless he talked, on charges which were half bullshit and would be slung out of even a British court. As soon as I heard the BBC News report (oh boy, is the BBC on Defcon One today!) about this old tax stuff I knew it was the squeeze. The Feds don’t care about a few million. They’re hoping that he knows something and will do a deal.

Alan Dershowitz understands the game. He explains it well –