Friday, October 31, 2008


The next time that the MSM 'reports' on the plight of someone from their approved list, or stresses the misery of people with guaranteed jobs who don't 'feel safe anymore', or the next time that someone tries to tell you about the sufferings of this, that or the other.....

remember this.

Humans have feelings too.

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Thunderpants removed.

The smell is terrible. The Times cannot guarantee to publish all comments due to the number received, that number being '8' on this occasion.

Once again, they have been evicted.

I can guarantee to get published in San Francisco.

I can't get published less than 6,000 miles from home.

According To The Plan Of The Split-Second...

Interest rates in the USA have been cut again.

This means that those still earning can borrow a little bit extra and spend it.

This will provide a boost for another couple of weeks or months, until the elastic runs out again, and people are again in as much debt as they can support.

Meanwhile, the dollar will weaken, as it returns less, and so the prices of all the imports will go up.

This means that the people still earning, and now in even more debt, will actually be physically capable of buying less.

If this was Japan, where they are capable of building for the home market, the impact would not be great.

But this is the USA, where they rely on imports from China.

The Chinese will be urged to cut interest rates also, to prevent the dollar collapsing.

And here is the point;

in 1929, the UK urged the USA to cut interest rates to prevent a Sterling collapse.

And we all know 'what happened next'.

But just in case, here is the Great Depression.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Norton Commando


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Three Strikes.

The Telegraph has been evicted again. Although I put them in because they (or rather Simon Heffer) kept mentioning Ayn Rand, they are up to their old tricks again with the comments.

So tata.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Come Again?

They are crowing about the end of 'Reaganism-Thatcherism'.

Apparently its time has come. 

What they fail to mention is that they killed it ten years ago. Maggie was forced out eighteen years ago, Ronnie in 1988, twenty years ago. Ronnie is dead. Maggie is broken.

But at the time, Maggie and Ronnie were unstoppable, popular, effective and wildly victorious.

It was their enemies who looked to objectify them, by creating absurd 'isms' linked to their names.

And it is these enemies, dismayed by the continuing expectations of the people that the eighties will continue, who are now seeking to murder the strawmen they invented and take our freedom with them.

They hate and fear the realities of that time so much, there is no atrocity to which they will not stoop in their quest to murder our hope.

Sunday, October 19, 2008

The Neighbour Situation.

What do you do when your neighbour finally and irrevocably proves that he is an asshole?


Print out the Wikipedia entry for 'Asshole'.

Fold it twice. Put it in an envelope. Address the envelope to your neighbour. Put a stamp on it. Place it in a post box.

Then, write a letter, to his landlord. Keep it friendly. Mention the noise. Mention the pets. Mention Civil Action in the courts.

Address it to his landlord. Put it through the agent's letterbox.

Then go and have a beer while looking out across the Bay.


Saturday, October 18, 2008

Riddle Me This.

I went away on holiday for a week.

Now that I'm back, I've turned on my main computer again, and started up my private website.

It has been switched off completely from last Saturday until yesterday.

Yet, when I looked at the stats for the site, it was shown as having received a couple of visits on Thursday.

This is rather strange, as the tracking is included in the site and only runs at the same time as it does. So unless there is something I don't know, somebody must have switched my computer on while I was away. I assume that the server runs even even when no user is logged in, unless somebody very sophisticated hacked me.

Meanwhile both music playing programmes have been suffering unexplained database corruptions, and all Skype does is crash and hang, taking Ekiga with it, which is new.

On the plus side, I've installed the new Opera, and it works perfectly.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

It Finally Happened.

Gordon 'The Moron' Brown is going to make it law that this country produces an estimated 80% less CO2 in thirty years.
They really are going to tax the air that we breathe.

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Don't Ask Me(Shrug).

According to Channel 4 News :- The newly nationalised banks have been ordered by the treasury to maintain lending at last year's levels!
Directive 10289 is here!
I would say that you couldn't invent this, but Ayn Rand already did.
Next-the collapse of the cities.
This really is the end game.

Welcome To The Orphanage.

The government wasn't satisfied with owning our money.
Now they own our bank accounts too.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Sadly Too Typical.

Tonight I watched the Harry And Paul Show on BBC1.
Once you get past the jokes and see where they are headed, the usual suspects are only too apparent.
First off, the title sequence is not 'making fun of' the Soviet Politbureau.
It is embracing it in the warmth of a proper BBC welcome. But it is not the BBC. It is Harry Enfield, that famous champagne socialist, who is admiringly tipping the wink to the Soviets.
So why, in the first sketch, was Margaret Thatcher murdered by Nelson Mandela?
This is what all the other sketches were leading up to.
As if nobody would notice.
Once that basis is established, then the rest of the sketches fall into place like the dominos in the Guinness advert.
Harry pretends to have a 'kind smile' for the benefit of the 'Polish girls'.
He presents himself as a bumbling, kind, amiable little fellow who is going bald, and is lonely.
In fact, this is a front, the front Enfield has been presenting to the world for thirty years and more.
But every time he fumbles, something gets trashed. If you don't see the method behind his alleged aimlessness, you haven't been paying attention.
Like all the socialists, he has been playing a long game, the only kind of game that could have sustained them through the eighties, when their arch-hate Margaret truly scared the shit out them- by being successful and popular with the people.
And they have been trying to tuck we, the people, up in our prams again, ever since.
Their kind smiles follow us from the cradle- to the grave.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

My Dear Chap....

The Times is concerned that two NHS doctors planned mass murder.
My dear fellow, they do it all the time!
Why all this melodrama with cars?

Monday, October 06, 2008

I Say, Have You Seen...?

The Conservative website?
It has been totally revamped.
New vampires on every page.
The local party in my new neighbourhood has quietly ignored my transfer approaches, so I now must consider myself expelled by virtue of no longer being a member.
This is as it should be.
I have never before associated myself with malfeasant milquetoast weakness dressed up as statesmanship, and I'm not about to start now.
The conservative party fills me with the urge to defacate.
The have about as much principle as Hitler, and less competent image management.
They really mean it when they say that they are ready to hold hands with NuLabor.
It's like the Ribbentrop Pact.
This time what's left of England is the new Poland, and the Long Knives are out for any person of principle still silly enough to remain within their sphere of influence.
President Haguenberg won't be here in thirty years time.
Maggie can do no more.
It's up to Major, the last Prime Minister with anything even approaching a set of principles, to become the senior statesman that salvages some dignity at least from this appalling farce.

Let's See Now......

They promised an 'end to boom and bust'.
This was the key to giving them control for as long as the lie could sustain.
And to hell with everybody and everything that didn't fit the plan.

So they sold cheap money to the banks; the interest rates were kept low, so that we could buy cheap credit.
The credit went to buy real produce in China, which we could afford not because we had earned it, but because we had cheap credit.
The Chinese got tons and tons of money for their work, and used it to buy government credit notes in the West.
Thus, the governments provided more cheap credit.
Thus we bought even more Chinese produce, and they bought even more credit.

Our governments could see no reason why this would ever end.

You won't be.
After next week's episode of......SOAP!
(laundry soap, chinese laundry soap, Chinese money laundry soap).

Trouble is, they have told so many lies about the Industrial Revolution being 'founded on slavery', that they see nothing wrong with contracting out slavery to a government that enslaves 1/4 of the population of the world.

Sunday, October 05, 2008

It was for the best.

Sometimes it's kill or cure. My troubled area is dandruff.

The Empire Strikes Back.

From the BBC:

The West Bengal government acquired 1,000 acres of land for the Nano project two years ago.

More than 10,000 farmers accepted compensation for their land, but just over 2,000 of them refused and demanded land be returned.

During the protests Tata's engineers and workers were attacked, prompting the group to stop work.

Finally, someone has the guts to stand up for the RIGHT OF PROPERTY!

Vomit In Print.

The front page of the Observer, the socialist comfort blanket for all those champagne types in Notting Hill and Camden who may have lost their nannies - it carries the legend 'Crash Of 2008' with 'Disaster' writ large underneath.

You can bet that the creators of this page don't believe for a minute that it is anything of the sort.
They still publish, confident that there will be a market of people with money and leisure to invest in this form of idle schadenfreud, thus negating the point they try to make by the fact that they are making it.
You can be sure they waited until it was safe in their eyes, before making the cowards' shout from the back of the crowd.

If the Observer goes absolutely broke and goes out of business forever, I will be convinced that something cathartic is on the cards.
Then and only then.
Until then, we can rest assured that all the usual people are safely behind the eight ball.

Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Stranger Than Fiction?

This is what comprises the establishment of Britain. Whether it is any better than elsewhere I don't know. But I certainly hope so.