Author: James Higham

Go ahead, shove us around

Just file this under ‘restating the bleedin’ obvious’ on my part but let’s go back, one more time, to that anti-mask protest and Plod’s reaction: Here they come. London. Disproportionate force to push the protest into clickbait for the biased…

Millie Weaver revisited

A couple of people have been asking about Millie Weaver – what’s happened since her release – and this is a complicated topic, not straightforward in the least. These are some factors: 1. There is so much going on right…

Govt rollout of unlicensed vaccines administered by unqualified persons after 11:59pm on 18 September 2020

This is a bit over THREE DAYS FROM NOW and by our silence, we have authorised govt to do this from September 19th. Read please: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/distributing-vaccines-and-treatments-for-covid-19-and-flu This is pure Hitchhikers Guide in the following sense: People of Earth, your attention,…

Internal Market Bill, second reading

Delving into mainstream politics for a few moments, it seems that if you don’t count the abstentions for both reasonable and unreasonable reasons, there were two Tories who voted against: Andrew Percy Roger Gale Having said that, what significance does…

Cultural Ruination Watch

Just how did Boyle get to ruin the 2012 Olympic ceremonies? Just how did Hirst get to put up that excrescence about a pregnant teen by the coast, just how did someone get to project on TWC of D a…

Friday review

A word to readers about using Twitter in posts. Well aware that many are not on Twit and therefore only see the summary below but it comes down to sheer numbers of things happening out in the world at once.…

The Great Deception

The thrust of the last post was that we are in a time when the most enormous scam is underway, the Covid/masks/distancing/vaccines draconian push is unprecedented in our living memories and many are puzzling why. On a political level, wonder…

The West Riding has fallen

My family home is very close to where this sign is and therefore this is more than mortifying, it’s soul destroying.  I’d no idea it had become this bad: Strangely, when I went back to the West Riding a few…

Bully boy Britain

We don’t know everything about this – if he was a known street lad or whatever – but the spectacle most certainly does not commend itself to those in that carriage and the blame for the heavyhandedness must ultimately be…

Raedwald

Sackers and I have been discussing how best to commemorate the passing of Radders. Not just because he’s a Scriblerus [still is] but because many people looked in on him each day and well … it just doesn’t seem right…