There’s nothing particularly exciting about 2011 in my eyes, except this and 2012 will be where most eyes will be trained.

This evening we could be, as a society, forgiven for being morose, depressed, wishing to bring to trial and hang various people. They never stop, never rest from continuing the command and control, never cease for a second exploring every crack, every fissure in our goodnaturedness to get control.

I don’t think they’re human, I seriously don’t. Look at this by Celia Green:

Britain’s army of unpaid carers are to get new rights to protect their health and wellbeing under plans being considered by the Government.

More than six million people care for loved ones, friends and neighbours but many fail to get the recognition and support they need, say campaigners.

For the first time, plans to reform the social care system, due to be published next spring, will make carers’ needs a priority (Daily Mail, 28 December 2011)

But we know what ‘rights’ and ‘needs’ mean. If you are given a ‘right’, society is given the ‘right’ to force you to have what you have a ‘right’ to.

In the spring, Sainsbury’s will pilot a scheme in 14 of its London stores to identify hidden carers who may need support.

I have already commented on the disgusting idea of having supermarket staff trained to ask ‘unobtrusive’ questions without revealing their motive for doing so. Any supermarket that involves itself in persecution of this kind should be boycotted. I hope Sainsbury’s sales will drop significantly on this piece of news.

The Care Services Minister, Paul Burstow, says disarmingly:

Without the support of relatives and friends, many people who aren’t able to look after themselves would not be able to stay at home.

(Unspoken implication: we will be able to close in on them so much better if it is made illegal for them to get unpaid ‘help’.)

As I’m in the care business in RL, I asked about it today and was told the government had tried this on before. They want to identify any carer and co-opt them voluntarily. Slave labour with possible future incentives.

That’s appalling.

It never stops, they never stop.

They lie and suck the vulnerable in with promises of alruism and all they’re ever after is control.

This evening, let them not get us down, let them not make us despondent, let’s look forward to some victories in 2012. We can start this way:

1. Withdraw our children from educational exposure we ourselves do not choose to expose them to;

2. Let’s vote for anyone but the Big 3 [in the States, anyone except the Big 2];

3. Let’s stay within the law but fail to cooperate with anything governmental or semi-governmental – take it to the very edge.

That’s about all we can do for now – keep hoarding the food and other supplies, spend virtually zero as far as we can but above all, let’s note what they don’t want – they don’t want us affording anything, eating good food, drinking good whisky or wine, they don’t want families coming together – they hate it – they want no outbursts of patriotism, they want no fun and raucous laughter. they want depresssion and demoralization and even today the Mail was saying we don’t want democracy any more, when what they really meant was we don’t want 650 corrupt politicians at Westminster and more in Brussels and Washington.

This night’s our night, not theirs. We’re going to enjoy it. The food’s ready, the wine’s ready, the company’s ready – let’s do this thing.

Let’s not give them anything they want.

Happy New Year to all people of good intentions reading this!

12 comments for “Janus

  1. Radical Rodent
    December 31, 2011 at 6:44 pm

    In the true spirit of the state infterfering with anything and everything that they can – anyone caught sober on this night ought to be shot!

    • December 31, 2011 at 7:03 pm

      That will be me then. I’m on early shift New Years Day. 🙁

      • January 1, 2012 at 7:02 am

        Ditto! Not through work, but because if I’m not actually at a party on NYE, I don’t bother to stay up…

  2. Radical Rodent
    December 31, 2011 at 6:45 pm

    Oh – p.s. Happy New Year to all.

  3. December 31, 2011 at 9:36 pm

    My wife and I are trying for a baby, and following various stories I have heard as well as severe ideological objections I fully intend to refuse the ‘health visitor’ entry.can anyoneenlighten me on the implications of this?

    • January 1, 2012 at 7:03 am

      Well, it might help if you ‘black up’ and start learning pidgin English.. 😀

    • Mudplugger
      January 1, 2012 at 9:40 am

      Or start living in a gaudy, bling caravan along with like-minded in-bred souls, while polluting and desecrating an illicit site without planning permission but a no-go area for authorities, raising tax-free funds by general criminality around the area and, if you’re very lucky, getting Channel 4 to make a fawning ‘documentary’ about you.
      Just tell them all it’s your ‘culture’ and that makes everything OK, apparently.

    • David
      January 1, 2012 at 9:56 am

      Something I try to do before embarking on a strategy is to find out what the ‘enemy’ does, so you could contact your local NHS/PCT and pretend you are involved in a gender studies course and are focusing on the travelling ‘community’. How would they deal with a pregnant traveller who doesn’t stay in one place and what could they do if said ‘lady’ moved around under different names?

      When you make your first visit to a doctor make sure it’s not your usual one – go to one you’ve never been to before and say you are a traveller so have no address. Give them a false name. Whatever you do DO NOT register the birth as this gives the state jurisdiction over your child:


      Keep going to different doctors, giving a different name each time. Make sure you tell each one that it’s the first time since the pregnancy that you’ve seen a doctor.

      Good luck

  4. Voice of Reason
    December 31, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    In the US, ‘they’ love outpourings of national pride and religion. It’s what makes people think a little less about what is really happening.

  5. January 1, 2012 at 7:05 am

    “They lie and suck the vulnerable in with promises of alruism and all they’re ever after is control.”

    And when they’ve got it, they do so love to wield it.

    I’d imagine it’s the only thing that makes them feel good about their wretched little lives.

  6. David
    January 1, 2012 at 10:06 am

    Things I’m refusing to take part in this year:

    The electoral role – I have had it with voting. The new way forward is this: http://judasclass.net

    Buying new (so avoiding VAT) – charity shops, car boots and second hand websites will be my ‘shops’ of choice from now on.

    Driving – I’ll be cycling most of the time, thereby depriving the b*stards of more tax from petrol.

    Flying – holidaying in beautiful blighty this year and next year will be ferrying to the continent.

    Heating – am moving house in 2012 and will be getting a wood burning stove with hotplate for cooking on – starving them of more tax.

    Starve, starve, starve the beast.

    Happy new year all.

  7. January 2, 2012 at 1:59 am

    My better half and I plan to continue as contrarians, especially where food and drink are concerned. We shall have meals prepared from scratch and buy decent wine.

    We shall also continue to do business with local merchants within walking distance.

    Excellent post, James, to start us off for the New Year. Many thanks.

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