Category Archives: Injustice

Why so secretive . . . ?

Note the date on the front cover of this House of Commons Library publication . . .   Elise Uberoi of the House of Commons Library evidently prepared this document and it was published on 3rd June 2015 – over … Continue reading

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The Great “Majority” Myth . . .

It has puzzled me for some time that we are constantly told that “Leave won” (“suck it up”), that the “Nation” voted for “Out”, that there was a majority in favour of non-EU membership, that we have heard the “voice … Continue reading

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Refugee Memorial Day

There are many tweets today on Twitter about its being Holocaust Memorial Day. Nothing wrong with that. There are also included links to other related news items, some about other occasions when large numbers of people died in famines or … Continue reading

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A New Way of doing Politics . . . ?

I have come to think that organisations such as 38 Degrees, Change.org, and SumOfUs which exist mainly on the web, provide “instant” communication, and response (sometimes perhaps a little too  much like a knee jerk response) are involving people in … Continue reading

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Here we go again . . .

Last night on the telly we watched a programme about the dislike of Hitler and hence the Nazi Party for modern art, which they regarded as being “decadent” or “degenerate” (Entartete Kunst).  Many people had acquired such paintings, and among … Continue reading

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We, the British . . .

Sometimes, or more accurately, a lot of the time, we the British seem to think the days of Empire are still with us – and if the rest of the world thinks they are not, it is only because the … Continue reading

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Some good reading here . . .

Some links from the European Commission web page . . . About the European Budget . . . And about some other rumours . . . I wonder who starts all these rumours and myths, and why ?  Someone, or … Continue reading

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Dear Mr. Horta-Osorio

Dear Mr. Horta-Osorio, I understand from the Guardian newspaper that you are going to close down our current current account – the “Classic Vantage”account – in favour of something called “Club Lloyds”.  This is of interest to my wife and … Continue reading

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What a world we live in . . .

The following appears on Change.org : “We the family of Cherry Groce the innocent mother who was shot and paralysed by the police in 1985. The shooting sparked the Brixton riots. To this day no one has been held responsible … Continue reading

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Clever . . .

Click on the Pic This is captioned as “Paul Ryan and Ann Coulter weigh in on race in America . . . and they are not alone” on Darrin Bells web site.  I know nothing about Paul Ryan and Ann … Continue reading

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