Monthly Archives: July 2013

Some Thoughts on Tobacco Prohibition

A week back, John Redwood MP was asking “Should smoking be made illegal?” And today Harley found a poll that said that 55% of people agreed that all smoking in public places should be made illegal. And today, in Politics.co.uk, … Continue reading

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Like Standing up at an AA Meeting

I think that sometime fairly soon I’m going to dust off the little prototype climate simulation model I wrote a few years back. But instead of just using a square metre on the Earth’s equator, I’m going to do the … Continue reading

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The Cultural Liquidation of Europe

Richard North of EUreferendum recently described the EU ‘project’ as a ‘slow motion coup d’etat.’ It certainly is that, but it may well be much more than a simple coup d’etat. Because one of the biggest problems that the EU faces … Continue reading

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A Sick New Discrimination

H/T Nisakiman for this story from New Zealand. New Zealand kicks obese chef out of the country because at 20 stone six pounds he is too heavy An obese chef has been told he is too fat to live in … Continue reading

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These Filth Never Stop

H/T Tony and Harley in the comments, and Freedom-2-Choose (Scotland). Undeterred by the UK government’s decision to not introduce ‘plain’ packaging for tobacco, antismoking scum appear to have adopted another device, not just to get plain packaging into UK law, … Continue reading

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The Darkening of the Light

I don’t usually spend much time looking at the global military scene. We always seem to be fighting somebody or other, and I never really understand why. But I turned up this last week. Tabloid Media Too Busy to Cover … Continue reading

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Terrorist Assault on Democracy

A couple of things I noticed today. Firstly in the Irish Times: Terror campaign directed at smoking applies a faulty logic …Graphic warnings seek to emotionally shove consumers towards the “correct” choice. In championing this policy, Reilly and Borg place … Continue reading

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