Tag Archives: Corruption

Cures For The Plague

H/T Roobeedoo for a link that led to Cures for the Plague: Those who stayed in London did all they could to protect themselves from the plague. As no one knew what caused the plague, most of these were based around … Continue reading

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Mathematical Bamboozling

The back story on that fireball video I posted up last night is that it was seen over southern Russia (somewhere near Ufa) on the evening of 11 February 2013, four days before the big Chelyabinsk fireball. I’d seen the … Continue reading

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When It Comes

Mail: Nanny state capital of the world: Another day, another rule in ‘carefree’ Australia as smoking is banned OUTSIDE – following laws on drinking after 10pm, e-cigarettes and even children playing football Freedoms increasingly restricted in Australia with a thicket … Continue reading

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The Public Health Gravy Train

H/T Chris Snowdon, on an exposé of Public Health fat cats earning £200,000/yr in the Sun today: …It sparked calls for a cull of the “high priests of the nanny state” behind calls to stay out of the sun, drink … Continue reading

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Officially Designated Permanently Oppressed Minorities

My attention was recently drawn to this: Penguin Random House UK … wants to find, mentor, and hopefully publish new writers from communities that are under-represented on the nation’s bookshelves – including writers from BAME and LGBTQ communities, and economically … Continue reading

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Wait Till November

Following on from last night’s post about the paralysis of EU leaders in the face of Islamic terrorism, a timely essay by former Reagan Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts might shed some light on it all: World War II … Continue reading

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Public Cynicism Towards Experts

Following on from Michael Gove saying: “People in this country have had enough of experts,” Read in passing: Elites used to possess outsized influence and authority, Edelman notes, but now they only have a monopoly on authority. Influence largely rests … Continue reading

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