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Sep 05 2013

Pat Condell and Fear Mongering

Two million Syrian refugees and they’re all welcome in Sweden. What could possibly go wrong? http://t.co/h9MjSqTgAvhttp://t.co/R3f8wqldvR — Pat Condell (@patcondell) September 3, 2013

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Sep 03 2013

It’s a Conspiracy

I have commented less on the Asaram Bapu case than others. For those who are unaware, Asaram Bapu is a Hindu Sadhu with millions of devotees. 

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Aug 30 2013

Sunil Revisitted

For those who forgot, this is Sunil Triparthi.

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Aug 26 2013

Take A Deep Breath

[TW - Death] “Leave Your House and Flee”

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Aug 09 2013

In Support of Stephen Fry

Dear Olympians of the Future You may not read this, and you may not read Stephen Fry’s passionate letter, but others may and others will pass it on and hopefully someone may tell you what we the people of the United Kingdom think.

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Jul 01 2013

Gaming the System

An excellent rant about benefit “fluffing”. In an ideal world we would need no benefits. There would be no reason to have it, but sadly we don’t.

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Jun 24 2013

Racist and Sexist

When the BNP set the bar low they set it fucking low. For those who are unaware, TV Chef Nigella Lawson “may” have been a victim of domestic violence. Domestic violence in a public place. He was photographed holding her by the throat at a restaurant. Honestly? It’s a cut and shut case. There is …

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Jun 22 2013

Floods

The death toll from flooding and landslides following heavy monsoon rains in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand is close to 600 at the moment. More than 40,000 people are still stranded in what the government has described as a “national crisis”. Officials have admitted a lack of co-ordination in the rescue effort. Early monsoon …

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Jun 16 2013

The Price of Fundamentalism

In a Theocracy, the Fundamentalist is King. And the usual lamb that is sacrificed on the altar of faith is the rights of women. On Saturday afternoon at Sardar Bahadur Khan Women’s University in Quetta, a bomb was detonated on a bus killing 14 students and injuring 19. These students were taken to Bolan where …

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Jun 04 2013

This is A Song for Angry Men

I haven’t been following the Turkish Riots/Protests against the rise of a Islamic government but I can see the spirit of Attaturk and the idea that Turkey should be secular is still strong.

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