Friends and Anger 7.


Okay, you’re a woman who wants to learn how to really fight, so first let’s clear your head out of some popular delusions. None of this is up for debate. Just accept what I say or find someone else to train you, because otherwise we’ll just be wasting each other’s time. We’re going to be … Continue reading

The Brexit betrayal.


There’s a proposed deal with the EU to implement the results of the Brexit referendum, and it’s essentially the complete opposite to the will of the voters as expressed in that referendum. What’s so bad about the supposed Brexit which was negotiated with the EU by Theresa May? If the so-called deal is ratified, the … Continue reading

It’s time to run the prat of the year 2018 contest.


It’s that time of year again. Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war. It’s Prattie time again! If you don’t know what the consensus opinion of what a prat actually is, you’ll get the skinny description by looking at this article. If you don’t fancy clicking that link, I wouldn’t blame you for … Continue reading

Election Fraud and the prospect of a Civil War Mk II?


Joseph Stalin reputedly said – “It’s not the people voting who decide elections, but the people counting the votes.” Increasingly, it’s looking that way with the mid-term elections in America. Brenda Snipes, who’d already been found guilty of election irregularities years ago, was still somehow in place in Broward county supervising the voting, which came … Continue reading

Remembrance Sunday 2018.


For the Fallen a poem written by Written by Robert Laurence Binyon, (1869-1943), published in The Times newspaper on 21 September 1914. Even on the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, it still has power.   His portrait by the artist William Strang   For the Fallen. With proud thanksgiving, a mother … Continue reading

Friends and Anger 6


She remained in a coma for weeks but because she was stable, was moved out of intensive care into a private room he’d arranged for her. He put his life on hold and visited every day for hours and would alternatively read aloud to her the books he knew she loved, played her favourite music … Continue reading

Some thoughts on the 2018 mid-terms.


After a quick scan through the liberal part of the media, which pretty much means all of it, you’d think the fabled blue wave had swamped America, but the reality is it signally failed to appear. Not only that, but the more extreme Democrat candidates such as O’Rourke, Gillum and Abrams failed to get elected. … Continue reading

The anti-democratic scum running social media.


About this time two years ago, I mulled over the reason I’d been blogging for years. That Christmas break I always take a couple or more weeks off blogging, enjoy family time, but it also gives you time to think. An essayist approach to blogging consumes a lot of time, so to turn off the … Continue reading