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Charlatan Cameron Puts Career Before Principle, Again

“If Cameron had an ounce of integrity, he would simply say he had given his word on a matter of supreme importance, and he would carry out that pledge forthwith. But that might jeopardise his precious career. Don’t hold your breath for action” Like President Bill Clinton and former Premier Tony Blair, Prime Minister David […]

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Brown’s flat-earth climate lies matched only by Tory party’s surrender

    It is a measure of Gordon Brown’s breathtaking arrogance and ignorance that he seeks to dismiss those who challenge the scientific consensus on climate change as ignorant “flat-earthers”.     You might think, generously, that surely, for better or worse Brown is our leader after all, he wouldn’t lie or twist the facts to […]

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U.S. Tea Party success shows Britain’s pitiful “democracy” is a sham

Britain’s media, particularly the BBC, is shamefully closed to new ideas. Sky News should be more like Fox News “How long would we stay in the European Union if our representatives had to take our views seriously?”   If only Britain was a real democracy like America, where the Tea Party has shaken American politics to […]

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As The Dust Settles On Britain’s Economic Plan, It’s Much Ado About Nowt

“I had hoped that our fund to help third world dictators buy more S class Mercedes limousines, hookers and shopping trips to Paris for their wives might be slashed to nothing for the life of this Parliament” The British media is at it again. If you listen/watch/read BBC radio and TV and the mainstream media […]

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Cameron Fails To Impress, But A Challenge Looks Worlds Away

How can Britain pretend to be a democracy and have “Baroness” Warsi in the leadership? “These (U.S.) women have proved themselves in the world of business and now seek to bring this experience into government. This makes the likes of Cameron, Miliband and Clegg look seriously flaky. Not a proper job between them” David Cameron […]

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Anyone halfway civilized would have deferred to elder brother David Miliband

Ed must have been aware that his victory would destroy David “That’s why I say that Ed Miliband is an arrogant, thoughtless, selfish fool who by his actions show that he is unqualified to lead” When Ed Miliband decided to stand for the Labour Party leadership he must have been aware of the consequences. Some […]

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Time To Insist That Our Parliamentarians Outlaw This Outrage

British Food Producers Use Uncivilised Hallal Killing To Save Money “As citizens of Britain it is intolerable to try and maintain outdated ideas, which offend the sensibilities of our fellow citizens, and forthwith we declare this hallal activity at an end” – Dream on         You might think that the law about cruelty to animals […]

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Afghanistan’s Leader Thinks You Can “Humiliate” A Book

The childish and uncivilized reaction of some third-world Muslims to the threat to burn the Koran in America shows why the mission in Afghanistan is hopelessly ambitious and will fail. These people are living in a Medieval age. They just don’t get the idea of a modern, liberal democracy where individuals have rights and responsibilities. […]

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A Period Of Silence From Pakistan’s Man In London Would Be Welcome

Why Do Relief Suppliers Have To Humiliate The Recipients? Tony Blair – Be Thankful For His Action On Iraq “An ambassador is an honest man sent abroad to lie for his country,” said Henry Wotton. Someone should tell Pakistan High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan that there is an implied “sensibly” in that quote, and then […]

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Refudiating Palin – The Spectator ran an article last week attacking Sarah Palin using lazy, yellow press tactics more in common with the tabloid gutter merchants. My protest to the editor was ignored. But here it is:-

The Editor The Spectator Dear Sir, Use facts, not innuendo if you want to “refudiate” Palin If you’re going to badmouth Sarah Palin, perhaps you ought to employ someone who is going to make a bit more of a serious effort than Alexander Chancellor (Palin is beyond a joke, Spectator August 28) This was a […]

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