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Insinuational Racism

The Telegraph has a new blog up by the inestimable Brendan O’Neill regarding the equally inestimable Reginald D Hunter falling foul of the fatuous political correctness lobby. O’Neill’s article accurately skewers the manner in which the self-appointed arbiters of political correctness … Continue reading

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The BBC – actively stifling dissent

Apparently, this story is sourced from the Daily Telegraph but I’m unable to find it online. The Daily Mail’s version doesn’t make too much sense but it does appear to suggest that the long-awaited review of the BBC’s science output … Continue reading

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Everywhere in Chains

It’s Sod’s Law, I suppose, that has given us the greyest, wettest day of the summer for the Stony Stratford uprising: the greatest of respect to all those involved for defending our real interests. Courtesy of Man Widdicombe, Dick Puddlecote … Continue reading

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Give £85 a month and save the nematode worm

I recently signed up to Google Alerts and in the space of less than 2 days, I have received 26 e-mails, mostly containing multiple ‘news’ items sympathetic to the CO2 consensus meme. The alarmists’ propaganda machine is admirably tireless… Al … Continue reading

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A piece of the news unfit to print, apparently.

American Thinker reports an interesting development that I’ve not seen in our media:                       What chance that we can look forward to a similar bill in the UK? FX – … Continue reading

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An epitaph for the renewables industry

Geoffrey Lean – the Daily Telegraph’s venerable environmental correspondent – breathlessly (you wish!) brings us more exciting news from the renewable energy front. While attention has been focused on the Government’s overblown plans for expanding windpower (did Geoffrey really write … Continue reading

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It’s worse than we thought again

Is it just me or do these headlines seem rather familiar?*             Mass extinction has become the latest crise du jour for the greenies – and they may have a point considering the correlation between … Continue reading

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Bread, milk, semtex..

    Time Traveller’s award for the most implausible story of the day goes to this from the Daily Telegraph. The story relates to the killing of Fazul Abdullah Mohammed at a Mogadishu road-block last week. Mohammed was on a … Continue reading

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Blogosphere 1 – MSM 0… again.

Our adventure in Libya bewilders me as much as our adventures in Afghanistan and Iraq have done before. On what basis do we pick our fights – why Libya but not Syria, why Iraq but not Zimbabwe? That France should … Continue reading

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BBC – news or propaganda?

At the time of writing, this lengthy BBC report about the possible source of the current outbreak of e-coli makes no mention of one detail, potentially embarrassing to the green community. In common with most media reports, the BBC – … Continue reading

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