web analytics


By Pete Moore On November 18th, 2019 at 6:41 pm

It’s a strange old world. The Duke of York is still the main news item here. The accusation that he was friends with a convicted pedophile and that he might have slept with a 17 year old certainly has legs.

If only the same media and commentators had shown a fraction of this concern for the hundreds of muslim pedophiles who abducted, drugged, tortured, branded and raped thousands of young girls for years – and which is still going on – the jihad-rape camps would have been shut down a long time ago.

Mayor Mike Was Not Wrong and Should Not Have Apologized!

By Phantom On November 18th, 2019 at 1:15 pm

Yesterday, 12 year mayor of New York Mike Bloomberg yesterday publicly apologized for the ” stop and frisk “ policy that was used during the Giuliani and Bloomberg administrations.

In high crime / high illegal gun areas, the practice was for plainclothes cops to approach a suspicious looking person- ie one with what looked like a heavy object in his pocket – and pat him down. If he ( and it would always be a he ) didn’t have a gun, he was sent on his way. If he did have one, he was taken to the station house.

A lot of innocent people were patted down, sometimes many times a year. You don’t have to explain the anger to me.

The criticism is that an overwhelming number of those frisks were of ” people of color ” to use the euphemism. That was supposedly evidence of racism.

But those who criticized the policy tend to skirt the fact that the policy was implemented in the highest crime / highest gun areas, which happened to be areas inhabited by ” people of color “.

Focusing on high crime areas was not practicing any racism. It was going where the criminals were, hat tip to Willie Sutton.

I rob banks because that’s where the money is.

Willie Sutton, American bank robber

There would have been little point to even out the profile of the frisked by doing frisking operations in white areas of Staten Island or in Asian areas of Queens because the street crime / gun carry rates in those areas was and is exceptionally low.

The Maple/Bratton/Giuliani/Bloomberg policing policies of Broken Windows and Stop and Frisk saved thousands of lives here. Most of those were black and Latino lives.

When Rudy took office in 1994, the murder rate was 11.4. For 2018, it was 2.9. Apparently, if you’re running for president these days, you must apologize for overseeing a 75% reduction in the murder rate.

I like and respect you Mike, but you were WRONG to apologize.


By Patrick Van Roy On November 17th, 2019 at 10:15 pm

on odd one but I liked it


By Pete Moore On November 16th, 2019 at 8:53 pm

I found out this evening how one of my favourite Rock n Roll moments came about. That moment being the spine-tingling “rape, murder ..” line in the Stones’ Gimme Shelter, when Merry Clayton’s voice breaks. Many great things aren’t as pre-planned as we might suppose. Some just happen as opportunity and circumstance allow. I enjoyed it, and you might too.

Merry Clayton then, featuring The Rolling Stones –


By Pete Moore On November 16th, 2019 at 7:25 pm

“Government is a broker in pillage, and every election is a sort of advance auction in stolen goods.”

In a way the commies have already won this and every election. Of course every party to the left of the Tories are promising to spend like there’s no tomorrow, but that’s a pretty slim space. The Tories are at it like drunken sailors too. It’s a spending arms race because the Tories have completely abandoned any idea of limited government and restraints on spending.

The commies reckon that Boris is a free marketeer. My arse. He’s a Blairite who wants to leave the EU.


By Pete Moore On November 16th, 2019 at 7:11 pm

The Duke of York has given an interview to the BBC. It’ll be aired at 9.00pm GMT. He talks about his friendship with Jeffery Epstein, who didn’t kill himself. He also claims he can’t remember having orgies with dozens of nubile young ladies, or something like that. I, for one, believe every word Prince Andrew says, who was pictured on his way to the interview –


By Pete Moore On November 15th, 2019 at 7:28 pm

Because Friday night is Music Night

Another week done at the coalface of capitalism. A week in which we learned that Boris likes The Clash. Cue twitter meltdowns. Most were along the lines of: “Like, omg, doesn’t he, like, know the lyrics? The Clash would never have voted for him.” I obviously polished the punctuation there.

It’s a strange notion that we should only enjoy art or entertainment done by those with the same political leanings. Match of the Day is presented by a jug-eared communist, but I still watch it. It’s not as if Boris is radically straying from his social strata either. Half of these punk chappies were middle class. There’s an idea around that punk was a reaction against bloated Rock acts with 6-hour drum solos. I’m not so sure. I reckon it’s middle class guilt, the rebellion and a sneer on the lips a cover for the angst of having a decent school and nice parents.

But anyway.

Have a good weekend, whatever you’re up to. As always, feel free to share your top sounds down below –


By Pete Moore On November 15th, 2019 at 7:15 pm

Plaid Commie is a radical faction of middle class militants. Wherever you go, they genuinely hate their own kind.


By Pete Moore On November 15th, 2019 at 6:33 pm

As the world moves to 5G, Labour proposes “free” broadband to everyone by 2030.

It’s such a bad idea that even with Labour tanking in the polls it’s made us all poorer.


By Pete Moore On November 14th, 2019 at 8:16 pm

The European Commission has accused the UK of breaching EU rules by not putting forward a new commissioner.

The EU executive has asked the UK to nominate a member for the new Commission, due to take office next month […]

Sir Tim Barrow is understood to have said guidance ahead of the 12 December poll prevented the government putting forward candidates for jobs at EU institutions.

But the Commission argues EU members cannot use domestic law to avoid compliance with EU treaty rules, which have a higher status.

Well there’s a conundrum. What to do? I’d be tempted to put the EU on hold till the 31st January. However, rules is rules. But whose rules? Remoaners are clever. They’ll know what to do. They’ve been educated and everything.

Should the government take civil service advice that a candidate cannot be named?

Or should it say “Yes, we must nominate a candidate, because EU law is superior?”