Monthly Archives: September 2018

Terrifying Clouds

I thought this was a most remarkable cloud: It looks to me like the base of it is only about 15 feet above ground, and if you were standing in the field, you could jump up and touch it. I’ve … Continue reading

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The Great War

I’m a regular watcher of The Great War, which is a series of short – usually 10 minute – videos describing WW1 week by week as it happened exactly 100 years ago. It only has a couple more months to … Continue reading

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Why Tobacco Control Must Be Destroyed

I was writing yesterday that Tobacco Control was engaged in a eugenic social programme. They have a social goal which they pursue with singular determination: they’re trying to create a “smoke-free” society. Eugenic breeding programmes are ones in which plants … Continue reading

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Know Your Enemy

And as far as I’m concerned Tobacco Control and Public Health and the World Health Organisation are my enemies. They’re trying to eradicate smokers like me. They’re also trying to eradicate drinkers and fat people. I think that if they … Continue reading

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Overpaid, Parasitic Quangocrat

Hat tip to Chris Snowdon, who has denied calling people who work in Public Health England (12:50) “insufferable bastards,” although he wished he had. I often wonder what sort of things antismokers say to each other in their Tobacco Control … Continue reading

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Civil War in Europe

James Delingpole: “Civil war is coming to Europe,” a German city politician told me this week. The gist of his argument: It is a simple, observable truth that most of our governing class – at every level, from the supranational … Continue reading

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Harm, Hurt, Pain, and Grief

I began listening yesterday to a podcast of Chris Snowdon in conversation with James Delingpole. Near the beginning, Snowdon’s new book, Killjoys, got plugged: Eating sugary food, drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes are legal activities. But politicians still use the law … Continue reading

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