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some strife on the ocean wave….

By Mike Cunningham On August 8th, 2014 at 9:45 am


I note that the BBC has finally caught up with a story which has been widely reported on both other news-sites as well as the MSM, which of course was the news that Commander Sarah West has been removed from her post as Captain of the Type 23 frigate HMS Portland because she was having sexual relations, or as the BBC coyly states, ‘an affair’ with one of her subordinate officers. Whether she was being screwed by a male junior officer, or alternatively doing whatever lesbians actually do, it amounts to the same thing, which involves a breach of the Navy’s ‘Social conduct’ code, and she has to go. The Navy also stated that she is not being dismissed, but will be reappointed to a post where her skills and experience can be used to best effect,” I give my own interpretation of what such a post might be in the following picture.










But my point in writing in regard to this female naval officer is to highlight the sheer stupidity of confining young, healthy and sexually-active men and women together aboard a naval vessel, and then expecting that no impropriety will take place. It is sheer, unmitigated lunacy to demand that young, testosterone-fuelled men;  placed in very close proximity with young, attractive women who also are similarly-fuelled with female hormones; to constantly deny the natural urges which are brought on by the inevitable attractions of the opposite sex: and vice-versa with the women, whom, I presume, go through the same pressures as men do.

It is simply a surrender to the ever-growing pressures of politically-correct clowns who have obviously never served a day in uniform in any sector of the military, to firstly demand equality of selection and treatment when recruiting for any branch of military duty, and then to state that, under no circumstances whatsoever shall these young men and women give way to the baser sexual urges which fuel their entire systems. We are not yet in the position of the American Armed forces, where careers and even possibly lives are being placed at risk because some lesbian bitch has been advanced far beyond her capabilities because she is a lesbian, but that has happened in Uncle Sam’s Navy,, and seemingly we are fast catching up. The Royal Navy which I knew and respected is in danger of being castrated, both in terms of ships, but also, sadly, of its personnel.


Sure, and is it yourself; then?

By Mike Cunningham On August 19th, 2013 at 1:31 pm



Irish? Of course they are Irish! With a name like Ibrihim Halawa, where else would he and his sisters be from?




By Pete Moore On September 25th, 2012 at 3:24 pm

You may have noticed the strange case of Jeremy Forrest and Megan Stammers. The 30-year old maths teacher and his 15-year old pupil have done a runner to France. The media’s all over it, Sussex County Council is “profoundly concerned” and the police is doing everything everything possible to track them down.

It’s strange in that if Forrest had been Pakistani, and repeatedly raping a 13-year old child, the authorities would be doing everything possible to cover it up.


By David Vance On June 2nd, 2012 at 4:31 pm

And ANOTHER Super hero gets “modernised”. Here is the Green Lantern as we knew him…

….and here is now…

Yes, he is the ringed hero is now gay.

What can I say? Well, if the HULK turns gay then we are really in trouble…


By Pete Moore On May 7th, 2012 at 7:59 pm

It’s racist.

While the fight against crime is clearly in good hands, I’d rather like my country back.


By David Vance On April 28th, 2012 at 9:26 am

Here’s an amazing story;

A Scottish great-grandmother was shown mercy in court today after she was branded a racist for calling a man an ‘English t*at’ in a row over a disabled resident parking space. Charity worker Georgina McCole, 64, wept as a sheriff admonished her for hurling racist abuse at Leslie Bush during the argument over whether her granddaughter, who is not disabled, was entitled to use the space.  McCole told Perth Sheriff Court she had responded to Mr Bush calling her a ‘Scottish git’ by replying that he was an ‘English t*at’. Sheriff Raymond McMenamin imposed no punishment on McCole after being told that she had no previous convictions and had never been in trouble before.

Listen, I have no dog in the dispute between McCole and Bush BUT there is no way this should ever have gotten near a court. I think McCole has a perfect right to call Mr Bush an “English T*at” – it is NOT racist, it is vulgar and stupid, although it is also at least 50% factual assuming Mr  Bush comes from England. We are now entering the age where the Courts enforce the Neo-Marxist vocabulary of the politically correct and we let this pass without a murmur. Where will it end?


By David Vance On April 13th, 2012 at 8:14 am

Get this;

“It looked like a major  emergency – 25 firemen standing at the water’s edge assessing the life-threatening situation before them. Stranded 200ft out and struggling for survival was the victim they had come to rescue…a seagull.  And if that scenario were not ludicrous enough, there was worse to come. The firemen were then barred from going into the 3ft-deep water because it was judged to be a health and safety risk.  As crews from five fire engines stood beside the pond in South London for up to an hour, it fell to a member of the public to pull on his waders and rescue the bird, which was caught up in a plastic bag.”

'Ridiculous': Bird centre voluteer Adam Briddock came to the rescue


By David Vance On February 10th, 2012 at 9:48 am

 Top Totty beer banned from Parliamentary bar in case if offends women

You remember the story from a week or two ago concerning the beer called “Top Totty” which was banned in the bar at the House of Commons because it..heaven forbid…offended some feministas? Now read on…

“A feminist campaign which led to “Top Totty” beer being banned from the House Of Commons bar has backfired – after sales increased across the country.  Family-run Staffordshire brewer Slater’s revealed it has seen sales jump since one of its ales upset a MP Kate Green and attracted headlines around the world last week. Slater’s sales director Fay Slater announced that the firm has been bombarded with phone calls and emails from landlords wanting to get their hands on barrels of Top Totty. The welcome boost for the popular ale comes after the four per cent beer was removed from sale at the Strangers’ Bar, in the Houses of Parliament, after shadow equalities minister Ms Green said the pump clip, which features a half-naked lady, was offensive. Now Slater’s says it has sold around 50 more barrels than it shifts in an average week, with around half a dozen pubs saying they want to start selling the controversial ale too.

That seems like a good result, don’t you think?

No seatbelt sir? I’m sorry, but you will now be executed!

By Mike Cunningham On February 3rd, 2012 at 8:48 pm

The two Pcs, who have not been named, were removed from front-line duty and were subject to an internal disciplinary hearing held behind closed doors.

But the pair were allowed back on duty after being cleared of any wrong-doing.


I just wonder exactly what amount of damage would have caused the two unnamed police officers to be dismissed?

Normal service will be resumed…..

By Mike Cunningham On January 8th, 2012 at 7:45 pm

When I was a three year-old boy, 133 brave young men of British and Allied nationalities flew against the German war machine in nineteen Lancaster bombers. They flew in the knowledge that the statistics were against their safe return, but they knew that their job was to carry the war to the enemy. They flew aircraft, heavily-laden with weaponry which had never been fully tested against their targets; revolutionary cylindrical shaped bombs which would be spun up to rotate before being dropped into the waters which were held back by three huge German dams in the Ruhr. Fifty-three men died in those attacks, which broke two of the dams and damaged the German war effort considerably.

This evening I watched a re-run of the Dambusters film, which was preceded by a very strange, in fact ludicrous, warning to the viewers of possible offense being taken at some of the language used during the film, itself made in 1954, some fifty-eight years ago.

I wasn’t offended because we were repeatedly told that Guy Gibson’s black Labrador was named ‘Nigger’, and I don’t really reckon anyone else, with any normal sense or sensibilities, would have been ‘offended’ either!