Sunday, 6 September 2015


'No Room For Refugees'? These Government Houses Have Space
True. And those people with an extra bedroom in social housing can take in a refugee, helping someone and avoiding the "bedroom tax" at the same time. Two problems solved.

Mike Huckabee: Obey The Law Only 'If It's Right'
So Huckabee agrees with the illegal aliens - they should violate our immigration laws if they don't think they are right.

A drinking culture at the House of Commons contributed "quite a lot" to Charles Kennedy's problems with alcohol,
Yep. It is ALWAYS someone else's fault

Refugee Crisis: David Cameron Promises Britain 'Will Do More'Not sure why a child, who died from being put at needless risk by his parents after they had reached safety in Turkey, has become the poster child of the refugee crisis, but the UN suggestion that the EU take in 200,000 refugees seems quite reasonable. 
    Based on land area, the rest of the world should take in 6.7 million; based on poulation, the rest of the world should take in 1.8 million; based on GDP, they should take 900,000. Don't hold your breath.
    Meanwhile, the Afghans, Nigerians and Somalis are asking Cameron: "What are we, chopped liver?" I hope he replies: "We will also take in your nationalities from UN refugee camps located in your neighbouring countries."
    PS: Scotland should take 30% of the UK refugees based on land area, abourt 8% based on population or GDP and 9.2% based on UK government expenditure. Ask Nicola which percentage she wants to use

The European Migrant Crisis Is A Nightmare. The Climate Crisis Will Make It Worse.It's okay. They have already learned that one simply has to get to the periphery of Europe and then protest that whatever country they reach will not give them a ride to Germany. Of course, carelessly and callously exposing some children to the unnecessary risk of drowning will help a lot.


How many will you take into your home and support financially, Mr Fraser?   Put your money where your mouth is.
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Had her emails been on government servers they would be a lot LESS secure, as Snowden proved already.
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It used to be that the top-tier universities picked an elite, who matriculated and were duly certified as elite after the mandatory minimum time was served. 1st, 2:1, 2:2 were simply to designate the swats and the maleable. "Meritocracy" hardly figured.
In the post WWII world, "meritocracy" was approved of by most academics in theory, but was called "elitism" by the left. In practice, it has been maintained in maths and the hard sciences, but been ever eroded in the soft sciences and vocational training courses (except, perhaps, medicine and engineering).
Universities of the lower ranks have not reached the level of non-competitive sport, where score is not kept less the self-esteem of the losing side be damaged, but they are getting there.
We should have walled and barbed-wires wall on both north and south borders. These walls should be manned by well-armed Very Operational Police Officers, or VoPo's . To be certain that we don't lose track of any illegal immigrants who do get through, we should create a Special Teams Against Slippery Immigrants, or STASI. Who knew that Walker was secretly an East German Communist?
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Gosh, the opposition accused the party in power of something? That IS news!


I do not mind some people being selfish, I just don't see why I should have to subsidize their selfishness.

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