No, It’s Not A Class Issue…

Hoarding, that is. Yes, it’s the WHO’s decision to class this as a mental health issue, as Tim Worstall pointed out. …the 50-year-old council worker is surrounded on all sides by his ever-growing collection: 15,000 books and DVDs fill his…

A Lesson Here For The BMA…

A teacher who impersonated a pupil on Childline to falsely accuse a colleague of sexual assault has been banned from the profession for life. And so she should. A police investigation into the source of the Childline claims resulted in…

Barriers between people

Some issues came up through what may have been a break in the communication lines, not figuratively but literally – wire and ether. I wrote this below and have modified it for the post. ……….. The key word I have…

Islam [a reasonably complete guide]

It’s important that the reader understands where I’m coming from here. Material further down came from my own reading but I also have 78 pages on a disk with really old material from Islamic sources as well as from Jewish…

Questions In ‘The Guardian’ We Can Answer….

Hmmmm, is it “The usual suspects tie themselves in knots to explain why it’s somehow different“, perchance? I’m not suggesting that money is the only motivation in such cases, and we don’t know the truth of what happened in either,…

South African savages

Can’t see anything for it now but for them to get out, can’t even see the point of a nuke – the people doing the nuking are the same elite who will now go into South Africa and make a…

Constructive curmudgeonry

To me, there are two kinds of curmudgeonry – firstly, the old man who has given up and hates everything and everyone, wants to be left alone: As men grow old, their hearts grow cold. But there’s also a constructive…

The coming of Scomo

Many things happening today. Big news is the Oz knifing – Turnbull rightly going, the global-leftist, and my fear was they’d put the backstabber fellow global-leftist Bishop in.  They’ll never put a true conservative in – Abbott. Amfortas sent something…