We’ve become a False Allegation Society.

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A year ago, the head of the NSPCC’s sexual abuse programmes, Jon Brown, claimed that: Deliberately false or malicious accusations {against teachers} are rare […] I know many teachers, especially men, are petrified of false allegations and the damage it could do to their career, but the statistics do not back this up. Today we […]

March 31, 2015

Living in Fear of the Clap.

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Feminism and Twitter are unhappy bedfellows. Twitter is not best suited as ‘a space where Feminists can safely explore intersectionality’, a term first coined by the US Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw to describe the differing oppression your average vulnerable female can experience as a result of race, gender, class, or ability. In fact, should you feel yourself […]

March 27, 2015

No Sex Please, We’re British Neighbours.

Those souls who take the Bible to bed with them, have long pondered the conundrum of where precisely did Cain’s wife appear from? Logically (and who else but I would even dare to put logic and the Bible in the same sentence?) she had to be from the same loins as him, or at least from the […]

February 26, 2015

The Sunday Post: A Nation Groomed?

I was recently pondering why I feel so alienated and apart from society. It was only more or less just ten years ago that I was still attending mainstream nightclubs, under my own volition, without feeling as if I was visiting another planet. It’s just over seven years since I made the decision to study law […]

December 14, 2014

Politically Correct Policing

  There’s possibly a whole generation out there now who think Politically Correct Policing all started in Britain in about 1999 when the McPherson Report was published. Well, I’ve got news for those punks. Politically correct cops had been with us since the 1970’s and for a while it seemed like you couldn’t be a […]

November 16, 2014

The Ill-liberal.

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When I was growing up I was always reading in newspapers and magazines that everyone could remember exactly where they were and exactly what they were doing the day President Kennedy was shot in Dallas, in 1963. Although alive, I cannot recall my whereabouts at all. This was because I was only a child. I’m […]

October 21, 2014

Saturday Evening Posts Worth Reading and the 25-Hour News.

    Moor Larkin continues to plough his way through the muddy fields of the Leeds General Report. Barnardos castigated for telling a women ‘raped for six months’ that she could have avoided this…. Log book loans – a warning. John Ward on the Nigel Farage show. He enjoyed it – personally I thought Farage […]

October 18, 2014

Ebola – ‘Tis an ill wind…’

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Not everybody is mourning the Ebola crisis running out of control in Liberia. Some see a business opportunity. An ill wind blows from the small district of Lofa in Liberia. The media was delighted when they discovered that Lofa was also the place that HIV2 originated from – they were wrong as usual, but why let the […]

October 17, 2014


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As regular visitors to this blog will know I am, of course, a fool. This foolishness is manifested in various ways, and on the whole I put up with myself and make light of my idiotic tendencies, which I suspect are often caused by what my friend Dr. F pointed out not so long ago […]

October 12, 2014

Saturday Evening Posts Worth Reading and the 25-Hour News.

The Archdruid reports on the Buffalo Winds. John Band on Clacton – the whitest place in the UK! Panorama narrows its focus. Lucy Reed on Deprivation of Liberty. Jacob Wheeler with a collection (scroll down!) of articles on how US special forces are now operating in virtually every continent. Eric Hardcastle on the fatuous ‘International […]

October 4, 2014