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An open letter to British readers of all parties …

October 24, 2014 9 Comments
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An open letter to British readers of all parties …

… but you others are welcome as well. Some of you who are regulars here disagree fundamentally on politics with many of us.  Some of you can’t stand UKIP, I like them. Some of you are for staying in the EU, many of us are not.  Tomorrow there’ll be some more political posts.  All of that is OK, it’s what we do. What is NOT Ok cuts across our internal party…

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St Helens, the soldier and the ciggies

October 24, 2014 3 Comments
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St Helens, the soldier and the ciggies

Don’t know if you saw this: http://www.sthelensstar.co.uk/news/11554900.Crowds_gather_at_Hardshaw_Centre_amid_Facebook_allegations_uniformed_soldier_was_refused_service_at_newsagents/?ref=fbshr A uniformed British soldier was refused cigarettes by an Indian shopkeeper, there was a Facebook storm, people were urged to boycott the shop, a crowd gathered, police came in.  Here’s the result: 1.  The notice from the shop’s management read: “We were under the impression that by law we were not permitted to serve under 18s and army personnel in uniforms cigarettes. BS,…

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When Your Story Is Not Yours To Tell…

October 24, 2014 4 Comments
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Leading authors have expressed their “grave concern” at a court ruling which has prevented a writer from publishing a book dealing with the sexual abuse he suffered as a child. The author’s ex-wife has obtained a temporary injunction stopping the memoir’s release until the issue has been decided at trial. She argued that reading it would cause their 11 year-old son, who suffers from a number of disabilities, severe psychological…

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Here’s the incident we’ve been waiting for …

October 24, 2014 8 Comments
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Here’s the incident we’ve been waiting for …

You know how this blog has been rabbiting on about political will and how the unilateral action, as a result of an incident and with an assumed public backing, is the ONLY thing which will get the ball rolling? Well here it is, on a plate. Dave stands up to the extortionate demand for £1.7 billion: … or else he doesn’t and loses the chance this nation had. He certainly has every…

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Sovereignty effectively ceases on November 1st

October 22, 2014 4 Comments
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Qualified Majority Voting supercedes UK Law on November 1st. This means the end of UK sovereignty in 43 areas. Where is the national debate in either the MSM, on blogs or on Twitter?

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So What Do You Want, Mary? Summary Execution?

October 22, 2014 3 Comments
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Vile online trolls will not be deterred by the threat of a two year prison sentence Mary Beard, the TV historian who was subjected to aggressive online abuse, has warned. She doesn’t elaborate, but her partner in crime does: Stella Creasy, the shadow Labour minister who received rape and death threats via Twitter when she backed a campaign to keep a women on the £5 note, said that longer sentences…

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Tommy Robinson attacked in prison

October 21, 2014 6 Comments
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Tommy Robinson attacked in prison

There are certain things which are going to happen if you’re a bit of a silly boy and don’t see the writing on the wall.  But that in no way excuses those things happening. Last year, OoL ran a video of a march where Tommy Robinson and another EDL member went on a prearranged walk.  They were first accosted by police and when asked about the route, he told them.  Police have…

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Changing face of British politics – the new enemy

October 20, 2014 2 Comments
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Changing face of British politics – the new enemy

In keeping with the themes of the day – incompetence, designed incompetence, celebration of a great designer/architect, the sea, dangerous places to be and people who send us round the bend, this is an interesting article about Brighton. There are always going to be around the same percentages of people of certain mindsets – blissfully unaware major party tribalists, unhappy left thinking [LibDems and Greens], unhappy sane [now moving towards…

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Well, If It’s ‘Good For Women’, Who Cares About Anything Else?

October 20, 2014 10 Comments
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Jessica Valenti on abortion (please, stifle those yawns!): There are certain polite terms that even the most well intentioned, prudent pro-choice people use when they talk about abortion. The most difficult decision. Tragic. Safe, legal and rare. But as state after state makes abortion effectively illegal in the United States – and as the anti-choice movement prepares for a US supreme court fight to end the right entirely – it’s…

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Negligence is just as much a criminal act

October 19, 2014 3 Comments
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If you look at what the CIA does around the world, especially in the Ukraine, if you look at Eric Holder’s Fast and Furious, at NAFTA, at Colin Ross’s expose of the psychiatric old boys network, at the CFR, at the Rotherham coverup, we’re nowhere near the farfetched yet, not even with MK Ultra and already you can see government agencies not acting on behalf of people. And then we…

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