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Category Archive: United Kingdom

Apr 23 2014

How to Dismantle a functioning Medical System

The fascination with the dismantling of a socialised medical system is a conservative wet dream. It’s as if the very presence of the NHS is a fetid sore on the arse of the United Kingdom rather than the reality.The NHS is a shining example of what socialised medicine can do. The UK isn’t the best …

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Mar 29 2014

Female Genital Mutilation – A Nuanced Look at the First Trial

Dr Dhanuson Dharmasena is one of the first people to be charged in the UK under a landmark case allowing for the prosecution of people involved in aiding and abetting the crime of female genital mutilation. Female Genital Mutilation is not a good practice. I have long stood against it. However I have had issues …

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Mar 28 2014

Katie Hopkins – Verbal Diarrhoea is not a qualification

Katie Hopkins is a special piece of work. There are some reality shows that I can understand. I despise anything involving celebrity, I don’t want to see some person who is famous for fame’s sake munch on Kangaroo Testicles for fame. Eat testicles for fun? That I can get behind. But not for the sole …

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Jan 09 2014

An Example of Islamophobia

“I’m being bullied at school because of my race and religion. They call me a terrorist because they know I’m Muslim. I’ve lost my temper a few times – it really frustrates me because then I end up getting in trouble. Some of my friends stick up for me, but it’s not enough, I want …

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Nov 26 2013

News – Terror Attack In the UK

This is something Pat Condell didn’t really cover. I know I am flogging the dead horse but really? There are still people who follow him and do so with a huge amount of respect for his “truthiness”. He’s a staunch warrior against the Islamification of Britain, never mind that most atheists in the UK kind …

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Apr 08 2013

Thatcher is Dead

If you haven’t heard it, ex-British Prime Minister and architect of privatisation passed away early this morning from a stroke.

Feb 06 2013

An Equal Music

It is Official… The United Kingdom has passed the bill legalising “gay marriage” by a vote of 400 to 175. It is widely expected to pass at the House of Lords. I am rarely proud of the idiots who I voted into power (Lib Dems) but this is a good step forward.