Thursday

1. Serious questions:

2. One from Rossa’s mother:

https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-10-15/jim-kunstler-were-now-nation-consumer-make-believe

3. Arron in good form:

And yet again:

This woman is shameful – she has set the cause of women in high places back to the Pankhurst days.  What with those clowns in America, from Clinton to Pocahontas, who would vote for a woman to represent them? And I include Ivanka.

Which is a pity because conservative women are generally all class.  I’d vote for any I know, plus people like Dana Loesch, Ann Coulter.

4. More of the near irrelevance for the non-techie, manna from heaven for the techie:

https://jack-vanlightly.com/blog/2018/10/2/understanding-how-apache-pulsar-works

5. Last but not least, smile to the face:

[H/T Chuckles and haiku]

6 comments for “Thursday

  1. James Strong
    October 18, 2018 at 15:01

    Re. May’s extension to the extension –

    I have written to my MP, a Conservative and a pretty decent bloke,reminding him of:

    ‘Brexit means Brexit’

    The Lancaster House speech.

    The secret policy carried out which was hidden from the Department for Exiting the Euripean Union.

    The trip to see Mrs. Merkel before the now notorious Chequers meeting.

    I have asked him to do what he can, with colleagues, to depose Mrs. May and to get a collegiate Brexit leadership with JRM, Boris, David Davis, Andrea Jenkyns, Penny Mordaunt and more at the front.

    I have suggested a robust campaign to tell the nation that we have done all we can but have been met with obduracy and, in my view, bad faith, so we must now walk away.
    Now.
    It’s not ‘crashing out’; it’s breaking free.

    I think that is a winning formula.

    I have also told him that although I would like to continue to vote for him as an individual I will not vote for the Conservatives on this weak Brexit policy.

    I think tens of thousands of Conservative voters will withold their support if Mrs. May continues, and they will be very heavily defeated at the polls.

    If readers here have a Conservative MP, I would suggest writing to them very soon.

  2. Mark Matis
    October 18, 2018 at 15:26

    There are serious questions of improper conduct over FAR MORE than that:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brmUzj0LlIM

    Short summary: MI6 and the Aussies conspired with the CIA, NSA, and FBI to subvert the 2016 presidential election, and then continue to conspire to remove President Trump from office.

    If May were to make public the details of their perfidy, the UK could have a bilateral trade agreement with the US before the end of the year. But her Davos and Bilderberg owners would never tolerate that.

    • October 18, 2018 at 15:58

      Yep. It needs a short sharp lesson for one of them.

  3. October 19, 2018 at 04:11

    Which is a pity because conservative women are generally all class. I’d vote for any I know, plus people like Dana Loesch, Ann Coulter.

    Some, like Coulter, are excellent political commentators. Such women do a fine job, as long as they never start thinking they are actually capable of being political leaders.

    I put Pauline Hanson in the same category. Even though she’s an elected politician she’s never going to be prime minister in a million years. Essentially she’s a political gadfly, and a useful one.

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