A climate of hate and a license to kill.


Of late we’ve seen a rash of examples showing just how ugly the face of the cult of environmentalism can be. There’ve been calls for the beheading of skeptics and even a wish that their children should kill them. If you’re fresh to what’s laughably called the climate debate, you’ll probably be appalled by such extremist … Continue reading

Why isn’t the alarmist propaganda working?


I wrote an analysis piece last year which was an attempt to categorise and second guess the different types of propaganda the climate alarmists would resort to. In the light of Nils Bohr’s witty remark that prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future, it was reasonably accurate. Since then, two trends have become … Continue reading

What a bunch of pissant spineless scum they really are.


One glance at that picture above and you understand the mentality at work. All that’s missing is the soundtrack but I think we can all add that in for ourselves. It’s always the same song with just they lyrics varying. ‘Come out nigger, we’re here to string you up’ or perhaps it’s just old-fashioned burn … Continue reading

Used intelligently, they’re our bitches now.


Within any community of people, there’s always a natural diversity of personality. Usually that diversity is an asset to be tapped into and utilised, sometimes it’s a liability and people learn to cope with the variations. On average, some people are good in certain situations and bad in others, and again, the people around them … Continue reading

The difficult kind.


My woman teaches the difficult young children. She does what’s called special needs and I think she was born to do it. She takes all the ones who’re a bit behind the pack and perhaps will always be, the ones who’re a bit lost, the silly hearts who’re still determined to stay a little bit … Continue reading

Intentions, profiles and predictability.


I’ve spent an inordinate amount of my life working out other people’s real intentions, and what they would do and how they would attempt to do it, because of those intentions. Getting one jump ahead of complex, imaginative and sometimes troubled minds, is a tough business, but that’s what made it interesting. They were those very … Continue reading

An assessment of current alarmist propaganda.


It’s been obvious for some time, that the science behind the most alarming claims about the effects of any putative global warming, is not only unsustainable but indefensible. We still of course get the occasional paper, trying to resurrect an old scare, which has already been demolished, but as happened with both the Shakun and Gergis papers, the climate … Continue reading

How environmentalism turned to the dark side.


Over the best part of the last two decades, the twin delusions that we’re destroying the planet and that we have to completely restructure civilisation to somehow save it, have taken root and gripped the popular psyche of the West. The first notion had its origins in the early seventies, when people finally recognised and began … Continue reading

If all else fails, just intimidate them.


Can you imagine if a group set up a website to name people, with their place of work, who did not believe Allah is the one true god? Not only that, the site actively encourages its visitors to supply it with more names of other people who don’t believe in Allah either. Would such a … Continue reading

Green Myths : There’s only one evil species on Earth and it’s us.


I am not a religious man. For a number of reasons, some intellectual but mostly personal, I don’t even believe in a God but I acknowledge the overall good religion has done in the world, as well as the bad. A religion is after all a man-made thing directed by human beings and will therefore … Continue reading

Green myths : We have to get back to a natural life.

The centre cannot hold ...

We live under this pervasive avalanche of propaganda that’s telling us we’re the single fly in the ointment that’s killing an Earth that was somehow an Eden before we appeared to spoil the whole thing; if only we could change. Yes, if only we could change. If only we could stand to watch a person … Continue reading

On murderous madmen.


The tragic events of last week in Norway do give you pause for thought. How could anyone do that and especially to defenseless young people? Does it say something about us all? Are we all capable of doing something like that? The answer is no and that’s not just my subjective opinion, it’s a fact. … Continue reading

The times they are a changing and a righteous kill.


Militant Islam directed at the West, was actually a change in policy. It grew out of the complete failure to politicize the populations of the Arab world. For decades, attempts had been made to topple the totalitarian regimes that ruled with a fist of iron and had not improved the lot of the common man … Continue reading

Some thoughts on fanatics and how to fight them.


I’ve always liked Churchill’s definition of a fanatic. “A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.” Once you get past the witty aspect of the definition, there’s a deep truth in it too. They simply can’t change their mind. I’ve seen a lot of debates in the blogosphere, where … Continue reading