The bid for total digital censorship is now out in the open


I started blogging about ten years ago because I noticed something was terribly wrong with a huge trend at the time and nobody appeared to be voicing any doubts about certain aspects of it. The issue was climate change, which was being massively sold on all fronts as an unquestionably good thing to support. At … Continue reading

Was it an attempt to assassinate Trump?


We all live in a world of the imaginable. I’m prone to referring to similar groups of people as living in their own little bubble of self-delusion, hypocrisy, paranoia or innocence, as children do. There’s the I consider myself very important, so you should pay close attention to everything I say type. The one law … Continue reading

How to take down America.


Most governments around the world are structured into three branches with a varying degree of independence and protection from each other. For the benefit of ignorant loons like AOC who have happened by some bizarre chance to have been actually elected to a legislative body, the three are: the legislature, the judiciary and the executive. … Continue reading

Trump’s foreign policy.


As a school kid, I discovered the game of chess and played it enthusiastically for a few years, to the extent of even buying a miniature set that when closed, fitted neatly into a blazer pocket. On days when kicking a tennis ball around the playground didn’t appeal, I’d play a game with a friend … Continue reading

What’s ahead of you in the run up to the 2020 election.


We are now within the last two months to the presidential election occurring in November 2020, and I thought it might be useful to produce a rough guide to get you through the alarums and excursions that’ll be coming at you as the election approaches, especially if you’re intending to vote Trump. One of my … Continue reading

Cities in flames and the blame game begins.


In the midst of continuing rioting in democrat ran cities, the blame game has begun. The cunning masterplan by elected officials and state governors was to encourage civil unrest by neutering all the local law enforcement bodies, make sure anyone unlucky enough to be actually arrested would appear before a liberal DA or judge to … Continue reading

The roads from Kenosha, Wisconsin.


This is going to be blunt. In the coming weeks and months, the sheer volume of propaganda bullshit thats going to be crafted and aimed at you by fake news over the shootings in Kenosha will seem almost overwhelming, but there are some fundamentals of law you should not lose sight of. First off, every … Continue reading

Why on Earth did the DNC pick Harris as Biden’s running mate?


Well, after weeks of deep but slow cogitation on who to choose and keeping everybody on tenterhooks – he could almost smell her hair as one wit remarked – we finally know who Joe’s running mate is going to be, and nobody was more surprised than Biden at which one they’d picked out for him. … Continue reading

Trump feeding recalcitrant mayors and governors just enough rope


When you ignore the fake news coverage and commentary about the peaceful protests in Democrat-controlled places like Portland, Chicago and NY city, and instead look at some of the videos uploaded by ordinary people to Parler, Gab and other uncensored social platforms, the peaceful protests are actually nightly riots with all the extra goodies that … Continue reading

Democrat politicians don’t care if they kill people, just as long as they can beat Trump


At some point in your life you begin to take an interest in politics or you let it all wash over and around you and basically ignore it. The usual pattern is that at the start when you’re young you swallow all the politicians’ soapy words and vague promises but gradually begin to realise they … Continue reading

Biden gets repackaged, but as a puppet president.


Joe Biden is possibly the weakest, most incompetent person to run for the office of President of the United States. The only thing he’ll ever be remembered for is possibly lifting that burden off Jimmy Carter’s shoulders. In his 51 years in government he actually appears to have done nothing apart from making himself and … Continue reading

Trump steps in to restore order.


I’ve been off line for a time due to illness which thankfully I’m recovering from. There seems to have been a lot going on in that break in service which has necessitated some speed reading and article scanning to catch up with events, but there is one advantage to such an exercise – you see … Continue reading

Regaining your life inch by inch.


You may have noticed a certain dropping off in blogging activity of late. This was caused by me being in hospital for three weeks. I went to bed as fit as a fiddle but when I awoke the next morning, I felt as weak as a kitten. My usual reaction to catching flu or something … Continue reading

The eternal debate.


There is this eternal debate about bringing up children to be successful, adjusted and high achievers. It’s usually framed in terms of as nurture versus nature. Is it the singer or the song? I’ve always felt it to be a silly debate no matter how heated it got. It’s one of those lightweight intellectual spats. … Continue reading

One law for the rich, another one for everyone else?


The blogosphere, as I call it, is an incredibly rich headspace to explore. It goes from taking the perfect photograph at the perfect time in the day of an orchid at morn opening to yawn up at the rising sun, to raving far-left sites which’re so determinedly anti-fascist, the Nazis would be proud of them … Continue reading

Lockdown thoughts.


My grandmother had a saying during those occasional emergencies we’ve all lived through – some things are sent to try us. Its meaning was have some patience, hunker down, keep your powder dry and this thing you’ve no way of fighting will eventually wash over us and then be gone. She had a lot of … Continue reading

Life inside the bubble.


Over the years writing this blog, I’ve several times used the expression about certain people living inside a bubble. The people in question would be individuals within the political elite, fake news and the entertainment industry. It’s a phrase that is in common parlance these days because like all good words or phrases, it instantly … Continue reading

The war against Christianity.


I’ve never written an article on religion for two reasons. The first was it never was a prime objective of my blog, there are plenty of other good blogs that do a fine job in that area, and it’s a common experience we’ve all had that any serious discussion of a religious topic on the … Continue reading

Trump booting out the World Health Organisation.


We all have areas of expertise. In terms of making a living and bringing in a steady income for your family, that expertise might vary from the most exotic to the very prosaic. Waitressing food to a table, office work, repairing a broken loo’s flush mechanism, administration, pumping gas, accountancy, running a good steady household … Continue reading

Steady the Buffs.


It’s an old military expression, I think mainly popularised by Rudyard Kipling. It’s come to mean hold your nerve, hang on in there, take whatever hurt is going to come your way, but in the end you’ll be able to advance with your fellow soldiers and it’ll be payback time. With this self-imposed isolation and … Continue reading