Mobilising our children for your propaganda – disgusting!

My grandchildren were off school to “protest” climate change.


The BBC puked children spouting words put into their mouths by adults.

This whole event was a propaganda activity coordinated by Youth Strike 4 Climate.

I think its totally and absolutely disgusting and should NEVER have been permitted.

Its obscene.

My grandchildren are not there to further your cause. What they know about Climate Change is what has been put into their heads by their schools. They can decide to join your protest, when they are old enough to think for themselves, and not regurgitate propaganda like small programmed robots.

Shame on you all.

This article on the BBC (God help us) news page says “Since then (began with 15-year-old Swede Greta Thunberg), tens of thousands of children across Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland and Australia have been inspired to hold their own demonstrations. Link


We know who “inspired” them!

The group, which helped coordinate the protests, has four key demands:

  • The government should declare a “climate emergency”
  • It should also inform the public about the seriousness of the situation
  • The national curriculum should be reformed to include “the ecological crisis”
  • The age of voting should be lowered to 16 so younger people can be involved in decision-making around environmental issues.


How low can they go?


Nice links for smokers and vapers

Such skill and knowledge in the writings of these two men is worth sharing.

For smokers read this answer I found by Gustavo Guardiola on Quora – it’s great.

How is it fair that during work, smokers get to take a break to smoke but don’t have to make up the time they missed?

For vapers read Clive Bates on The Vaping Epidemic (in young people in the USA) (Long but worth the read)

The great American youth vaping epidemic. Really?



Do not read this. It’s only MY opinion….and you probably won’t like it.

This is the new holocaust memorial proposed for London.

David Adjaye’s design for the £50m Holocaust memorial in London’s Victoria Tower Gardens Adjaye’s proposal includes an underground learning centre to ‘immerse visitors in the historical content’.


I ask why we have gone over the top about the Jewish Holocaust? What actual link is there to Britain? We didn’t do it. We didn’t do anything to stop it either, except finish a war that had already started before any Jewish Holocaust.

In the process we killed over 60 million of our OWN people. 60 million.

There seems to be only one holocaust that we ever promote constantly. “Lest we forget” they say.

What about all the others we did nothing about? What about the ones ongoing now?

Are they not on our conscience too? Where is the education about them? Where are the monuments? Where is the grief? Where is the guilt?

“Lest we forget”

Event Location From To Lowest
Proportion of group killed
The Holocaust[N 1] Flag of Germany (1935–1945).svg German-occupied Europe 1941 1945 5,750,000
Around 2/3 of the Jewish population of Europe.[5]
Generalplan Ost[N 1] Flag of Germany (1935–1945).svg German-occupied Europe 1941 1945 4,500,000
Deaths include 1.3 million Jews, which are included in the deaths of 6 million Jews during the Holocaust,[4] as well as the deaths of more than 3 million Soviet POWs.[4]
Holodomor(Голодомор)[N 2]
(Ukrainian genocide which is part of greater Soviet famine of 1932–33)
Flag of the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic.svg Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union 1932 1933 1,800,000
Genocide of Ukrainians through artificial starvation by the Soviet regime.[28] At least 10% of Ukraine’s population perished.[29] Its characterization as a genocide is disputed by some historians.[30][31][32]
Polish genocide[N 1] Flag of Germany (1935–1945).svg German-occupied Europe 1939 1945 1,800,000
As much as 3 million Christian Poles were killed as part of the Nazi’s plan to exterminate the Polish population in order to provide living space for Germans.[33]
Cambodian genocide[N 3] Flag of Democratic Kampuchea.svg Democratic Kampuchea 1975 1979 1,386,734
10–33% of total population of Cambodia killed[45][46] including:100% of Cambodian Viets
50% of Cambodian Chinese and Cham
40% of Cambodian Lao and Thai
25% of Urban Khmer
16% of Rural Khmer
Kazakh genocideduring the Soviet famine of 1932–33[N 4] Flag of the Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic.svg Kazakh Soviet Socialist Republic, Soviet Union 1931 1933 1,300,000
Some historians assume that 42% of the entire Kazakh population died in the famine.[48] The two Soviet census show that the number of the Kazakhs in Kazakhstan dropped from 3,637,612 in 1926 to 2,181,520 in 1937.[49]
Armenian genocideՄեծ Եղեռն (Medz Yeghern, “Great Crime”)[N 5]
Flag of the Ottoman Empire.svg

Ottoman Empire
(territories of present-day TurkeySyriaand Iraq)

1915 1922 700,000
At least 50% of Armenians in Turkey killed[50]
Indonesian genocide[N 6] Flag of Indonesia.svg Indonesia 1965 1966 500,000
Some scholars now argue that the Indonesian massacres constitute genocide by the legal definition.[64][53][57][65][66]
Rwandan genocide[N 7] Flag of Rwanda (1962–2001).svg Rwanda 1994 1994 500,000
70% of Tutsis in Rwanda killed
1/3 of Twa in Rwanda killed
20% of Rwanda’s total population killed
Greek genocideincluding the Pontic genocide[N 8] Flag of the Ottoman Empire.svg Ottoman Empire
(territories of present-day Turkey)
1914 1922 500,000
Zunghar genocide准噶尔灭族 in the Zunghar Khanate[N 9] Flag of the Qing Dynasty (1862-1889).svgQing Dynasty(Dzungaria) 1755 1758 480,000
80% of 600,000 Zungharian Oirats killed
Great Famine (Ireland)[N 10] Green harp flag of Ireland 17th century.svg Ireland 1845 1849 775,000 1,500,000 25% of the Irish population at the time died in the famine or fled the country.
Circassian genocide[N 11] Flag of Adygea.svg CircassiaCaucasus 1864 1867 400,000
90% to 97% of total Circassian population perished and deported by the Russian forces.[89][90][91]
Genocide by the Ustaše including the Serbian genocide[N 12] Flag of Independent State of Croatia.svg Independent State of Croatia(territories of present-day CroatiaBosnia and Herzegovinaand Serbian Syrmia) 1941 1945 357,000
Conservative estimates ranging between 200,000 and 500,000 Serbs killed by the Ustaše.[96][97][98][99]
(See death toll of Serbian genocide)
Bangladesh genocide[N 13] Flag of Pakistan.svg East Pakistan 1971 1971 300,000 3,000,000
4% of Bangladesh’s total population killed[103]
Over 20% of Bengali Hindus killed[104]
(Using 1 to 3 million deaths figures)
Albigensian Crusade
(Cathar genocide)[N 14]
LanguedocFrance 1209 1229 200,000
Assyrian genocideܣܝܦܐ (Seyfo, “Sword”)[N 15] Flag of the Ottoman Empire.svg Ottoman Empire
(territories of present-day TurkeySyriaand Iraq)
1915 1923 200,000
Irish genocide[N 16] Green harp flag of Ireland 17th century.svg Ireland 1649 1653 200,000
20-40% of the population of Ireland perished during the Cromwellian conquest[115][116]
Wu Hu genocide[N 17] Northern China 350 351 200,000
Aardakh[N 18]
(Soviet deportation of Chechens and other Vainakh populations)
Flag of the Soviet Union (1924–1955).svg Soviet UnionNorth Caucasus 1944 1948 144,704
23.5% to almost 50% of total Chechen population killed[124][118][119][120][121]
Porajmos (Romani genocide)[N 19] Flag of Germany (1935–1945).svg Nazi controlled Europe 1935 1945 130,000
25% of Romani peoplein Europe killed
Battle of Carthage
(Punic genocide)
[N 20]
Carthage(territories of present-day TunisTunisia) 149 BC 149 BC 150,000
150,000 Population reduced from 500,000 to 55,000. 150,000 died in the fall of Carthage.[140]
Polish Operation of the NKVD (Polish genocide)[N 21] Flag of the Soviet Union (1924–1936).svg Soviet Union 1937 1938 111,091
Massacres of Poles in Volhynia and Eastern Galicia[N 22] Eastern part of pre-war Poland 1943 1945 100,000
minimum 4 to 20% of pre-war (1931) Second Polish Republic‘s total Polish population of Voivodeships: stanisławowskietarnopolskie and wołyńskie[157]
Jewish genocide during the Russian White Terror[N 23] what is now Ukraine and Russia 1918 1923 100,000
An estimated 100,000 to 150,000 Jews in Ukraine and southern Russia were killed in pogromsperpetrated by Denikin’s forces as well as Petlyura’s nationalist-separatists.
Darfur genocide[N 24] DarfurSudan 2003 ongoing 98,000
East Timor genocide[N 25] Flag of East Timor.svg East Timor 1975 1999 85,320
13% to 44% of East Timor‘s total population killed
(See death toll of East Timor genocide)
Burundian genocides of Hutusand Tutsis[N 26] Flag of Burundi.svg Burundi 1972 1993 80,000
Libyan genocide[N 27] Italian Libya 1923 1932 80,000
25% of Cyrenaicanpopulation killed[177]
Bambuti genocide[N 28] North KivuDemocratic Republic of the Congo 2002 2003 60,000
40% of the Eastern Congo’s Pygmy population killed[N 29]
Isaaq genocide[N 30] Flag of Somalia.svg Somalia 1988 1991 50,000
Kurdish genocide[N 31] Flag of Iraq (1963–1991); Flag of Syria (1963–1972).svg Iraq 1986 1989 50,000
Genocide by the Chetniks[N 32] Flag of Independent State of Croatia.svg Independent State of Croatia(territories of present-day CroatiaBosnia and Herzegovinaand Sandžak) 1941 1945 47,000
Herero and Namaqua genocide[N 33] Flaggenentwurf 7 Südwestafrika 1914.svg German South-West Africa 1904 1908 34,000
60% (24,000 out of 40,000[218]) to 81.25% (65,000[221][222] out of 80,000[223]) of total Herero and 50%[218] of Nama population killed.
Guatemalan genocide[N 34] Flag of Guatemala.svg Guatemala 1962 1996 32,632
Genocide of Jews in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth[231] Alex K Kingdom of Poland-flag.svg Ukraine and Belarus (Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth), Moldova 1648 1657 18,000
45-50% of the Jewish population of Ukrainewas killed.[232]
Latvian Operation of the NKVD
(Lativian genocide)[N 35]
Flag of the Soviet Union (1924–1955).svg Soviet Union 1937 1938 16,573
California genocide[N 36]  California 1846 1873 9,492 – 16,094
Amerindian population in California declined by 80% during the period
2017-18 Rohingya genocide in Myanmar[N 37] Myanmar Flag.svg Myanmar 2017 Present 9,000 – 13,700
Bosnian genocide[N 38] Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Bosnia and Herzegovina 1992 1995 8,373
More then 3% of the Bosniak population of Bosnia and Herzegovinaperished during the Bosnian War.[261]
Chittagong Hill Tracts genocide[N 39] Chittagong Hill TractsBangladesh 1977 1997 3,000
[N 40]
Selk’nam genocide[N 41] ChileTierra del Fuego Late 19th century Early 20th century 2,500
The genocide reduced their numbers from around 3,000 to about 500 people. (Now pure Selk’nam are considered extinct.[272][273]
Genocide of Yazidis by ISIL[N 42] northern Iraqand Syria 2014 present 2,100
Genocide of the Moriori[N 43] Flag of New Zealand.svg Chatham IslandsNew Zealand 1835 1863 1,900
1,900 95% of the Morioripopulation was eradicated by the invasion from Taranaki, a group of Ngāti Mutunga and Ngāti Tama people from the Māori tribe.[281][282] All were enslaved and many were cannibalized.[283] They were not permitted to mix with their race.[284]The Moriori language is now extinct.[278][285]There are no Moriori of unmixed ancestry left.[280]
Black War
(Genocide of Aboriginal Tasmanians)[N 44]
Flag of Tasmania.svg TasmaniaAustralia Mid 1820s 1832 400



Covington – we have gone too far

I have been following the Covington Catholic School hysteria. This was triggered by a video snip that showed a lad in his red Trump cap, smiling (called smirking) at a Native American singing and banging his drum, right in his face. It was instantly condemned as a white displaying his privilege and racially abusing a poor old man.

Celebrities condemned the boy. The press ran with it. Twitter went crazy. Hate spewed so that the boy’s reputation, the school’s reputation, his family’s reputation are trashed, and a bounty was even offered to anyone who would harm him. The school itself condemned him.


When the actual long video from which the snip is taken, is viewed, the situation is quite different!

None of the accusations apply. None. And the dear old man (revealed as a lier) stepped into the boy’s space. The smile? Appeasement and confusion…

Apologies and reparations are thin on the ground. No one likes to look a fool.

I think the Covington incident might be a historic event. It shows how very low, we as humans have descended. We might not rip people apart physically, but we rip people apart by judging too soon what appears to be something that it is not.

We are taken in by fake news.

This time, we have gone too far.

Here is Stefan Molyneux’s thought provoking assessment of the Covington incident…and a link below his video to the full video from which the snip was taken.




Abortion Laws

I’m an abortion in-betweener. I think abortion is good when done very early. 24 weeks which is the current cut off  is too late for me. What is 24 weeks, 6 months? At six months a baby is a person!

But this morning I watched this video of people clapping and cheering as the new law allowing up to birth terminations by any medical staff was signed in New York. As they laughed, I thought of the grief of thousands of mothers aborting thousands of babies who are real people.

To me, late abortions should only be done by proper doctors under exceptional circumstances.

New abortion law signed


The latest Brexit news according to my email

You’re receiving this email because you signed this petition: “Leave the EU now”.

The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Leave the EU now”.

Government responded:

The UK will be leaving the EU on the 29th March 2019. EU leaders have now endorsed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and EU.

The UK will be leaving the EU on 29 March 2019.

EU leaders have now endorsed the Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration on the future relationship between the UK and EU. This Agreement secures the rights of more than three million EU citizens living in the UK and around one million UK nationals living in the EU; sets out the terms of a time-limited implementation period; and ensures a fair financial settlement.

On Northern Ireland, the agreed Protocol guarantees that even in the unlikely event that the UK’s future relationship with the EU is not in place by the end of the implementation period, there will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and Ireland and no customs border down the Irish Sea.

The agreement preserves the economic and constitutional integrity of the United Kingdom, upholds the Belfast (Good Friday) Agreement, and ensures people and businesses that rely on an open border between the Northern Ireland and Ireland can continue living their lives and operating as they do now.

The full Political Declaration sets out a clear vision for the UK’s future relationship with the EU.

This includes the creation of a free trade area for goods, combining deep regulatory and customs co-operation with zero tariffs, no fees, charges or quantitative restrictions across all goods sectors; the first such agreement between an advanced economy and the EU.

A bad deal would be one which did not deliver on the referendum result, or did not allow the UK to take back control of our laws, money and borders. The Withdrawal Agreement achieves all of this, while the political declaration sets out the basis for a prosperous future partnership on trade and security, ensuring a good deal for UK businesses and citizens.

This Government does not want or expect a no deal scenario. Delivering the settlement negotiated with the EU remains our top priority. However, until MPs have voted to approve the Withdrawal Agreement we will continue to do the responsible thing and prepare for every eventuality, including no deal.

Department for Exiting the European Union

Whose to blame for the Brexit cock up….?

  • Remainers trying to stop Brexit
  • The EU
  • The corruption and deviousness of remainers trying to stop Brexit
  • The EU
  • The corruption and deviousness of…
  • The EU
  • Jeremy Corbyn’s no plan, no vision
  • The EU
  • The inability for parliament to co operate with each other
  • The EU
  • Theresa May asking for a deal
  • The EU
  • Fear of our own Sovereignty
  • The EU
  • Jeremy Corbyn and Labour
  • The EU
  • The opposition of Jeremy Corbyn and Labour being unable to co operate
  • The EU
  • Theresa May thinking the EU might co operate
  • The EU
  • Jeremy Corbyn himself who spews vile attacks on May, even though he said once that vile attacks were what was the trouble with paliament…
  • The EU
  • All of us for thinking we could get a deal.
  • The EU
  • Fear of change, guessing, muddled thinking, propaganda and scare mongering
  • The EU
  • A stubborn Prime Minister
  • The EU
  • The frustrating inability to free ourselves from our master
  • The EU

Watching the Government EU stitch up, waiting for the result, ready to protest….

I am watching history happen. Brexit is one of the biggest performances of dishonesty, manipulation and deceit in the history of the British Parliament.

It’s completely disgusting.

I see the bias of the BBC to remain, the collusion of the newspapers to remain.  It’s disgusting.

Watching the Remain experts speak and hearing what utter bollacks they spout is an illuminating experience. They don’t know. They simply guess. It’s deeply disgusting! There is always only doom and gloom about what horrors will happen to us when we leave the EU – IF we leave the EU. I felt safer when we believed in Satan and Hell.

This whole two year performance has been staged by those collaborating with the EU, who do not want us to leave, to display to the rest of the EU, how enormously difficult it would be if any other country tried the same thing. We are an example.

All the political parties are guilty of this fraud on the British people. They have sqabbled, fought, sniped, griped, bickered, wrangled and never, ever co-operated with each other on the behalf of us Brexiteers.

I tried to watch the debate on Government TV video link in Westminster Hall triggered by the very many petitions which had thousands and thousands signatures asking for a no deal Brexit. There might have been ten people in the hall, and the video link is so bad, it buffered and buffered and buffered. This debate ? was a sop thrown to us. Nothing taken seriously…I might be wrong – do watch it yourself….if you can.

I don’t know what to think about Theresa May – I’m trying to feel good thoughts, its very difficult. I have to admit profound disappointment. She’s a funny secret fish by all accounts, low on charm. Whose side is she really on?  If she’s a handmaiden of the EU, together they’ve done a bloody good job of dragging on the Brexit pain, seeding confusion and creating a successful two year dog fight.

When she triggered article 50, we should have simply LEFT.

Here is a video you might already have seen, but I’m watching it again, to remind myself what a monstrous thing the EU really is, and why I would vote again to leave it….and why I will protest if we don’t.