B.Sc Street Walking (Hons)

2nd October 2018 2

The BBC has two stories this week: the first of these is in the form of a question, and the second is the answer to that question – only the BBC is too dim to notice. The question is: “Now that young people are drinking less, what do they find to do to amuse themselves in freshers’ week – and … [Read on]

St Obama; the sub prime crash and the Corbyn Armageddon

28th September 2018 0

You don’t need to be a fully-paid-up conspiracy theorist to notice the sustained press campaign against President Trump. They are all at it – with one or two honourable exceptions they all name Trump as a disaster. Often the lies and calumnies of the press are beyond breath-taking. Recently, for example, the BBC announced that Trump had “threatened war on … [Read on]

Lord Carney of Twaddle

15th September 2018 5

Why do I keep getting confused between Mark Carney and Fred Karno? I think it must be something to do with their shared intellectual incapacity – about which more in a minute. Fred – I mean Mark, I think – has been singing love songs again into the ear of his bosom pal Theresa May. He has just told her … [Read on]

John McDonald’s Soviet farm

13th September 2018 9

“Old Macdonald had a farm, eeh-ei, eeh-ei, O: And on this farm he had some pigs…” The old nursery song needs some rewriting: “John McDonnell will wreck the farm: that’s what you should know. “ Let the farm represent British industry and commerce. The shadow chancellor’s industrial policy, set out in a speech to the TUC on 11th September, told … [Read on]

Welcome to the New Babel

10th September 2018 29

In the delightful story of the Tower of Babel in the Book of Genesis, it is God who confuses the speech and language of the nations. These days we are more than capable of doing this all by ourselves. The most efficient way to do it is to start by destroying our traditional religion, a project in which we are … [Read on]

The EU Con Trick

4th September 2018 8

Air Chief Marshall Sir Hugh “Stuffy” Dowding was commander-in-chief of the RAF during the Battle of Britain. On 16th June 1961 – twelve years before Britain joined the European Economic Community (EEC) – Sir Hugh wrote a letter to Lord Beaverbrook in which he said: “What a terrible menace the EEC is! All the unemployables of Europe will invade us … [Read on]

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