Thursday three

1. Should put paid to any of this bollox about a child not alive before the day of birth – this is a 12 week old child kicking inside the mother. Which mother is prepared to murder that child?

2. The treasonous Wollaston got herself back in by promising her majority vote leave constituents she was Leave, then she swapped camps – what a cow, Dante has a place reserved for her:

And it makes Boris more suspect than he already is.

3. BBC bias and obfuscation is breathtaking:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-45789759

4. Have you bought your last car?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-45786690

5. Last but not least, the perpetrators of this need stringing up along the roadside:

[H/T Chuckles and haiku]

13 comments for “Thursday three

  1. Bill
    October 11, 2018 at 10:13

    5. Yes.

  2. microdave
    October 11, 2018 at 18:47

    Re #4 – Quite apart from the technical issues – which will NEVER be solved in 10 years – the loss of road tax revenue to the Exchequer, and the aspect of sharing with other people (which is why so many have their own car), have the twats proposing this utopian (near) future given ANY consideration to people like me, who use a car for work purposes, and have the temerity to (occasionally) go for a drive in the country on a whim? I did just that yesterday, as the weather down here was fine, and had only a rough idea of where I was going, and how long I might be out for. How am I supposed to tell a bloody robot that I want to pull into a field entrance in order to do some Raptor watching? Or that I now want to get the camping stove out for a brew? These big-city based tossers seem to forget there is a whole different world outside the M25, and just punching in a postcode is no use out in the wilds. Well actually (judging by the sheer number of Audi’s, BMW’s, Range Rovers etc that I see on my travels) they plainly DO, but only when it suits them. Their attitude is clearly “Get out of my way you insignificant local”…

    Come the revolution…

    • October 11, 2018 at 19:05

      “given ANY consideration to people like me, who use a car for work purposes”

      “a car” ?

      You mean that magnificent Panda?

      • microdave
        October 11, 2018 at 19:35

        Indeed….

        As for my “rant” – having seen the latest post at Paul Homewood’s site I don’t think there’s any hope left…

        https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2018/10/11/delingpole-meet-the-green-wonk-who-is-ready-to-ruin-britain/

        • Bill
          October 11, 2018 at 20:19

          Doesn’t anyone look under the surface any more.
          There are two, yes two pictures of this chap in DuckDuckGo picture search for “Chris Stark CCC”

          Here is his concise background.
          “Chris previously headed the Strategy Unit, the Scottish Government’s central strategy team, and has worked in a number of Whitehall departments. He has wide experience of economic policymaking in the Scottish Government, HM Treasury and the former Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).”

          He is a career civil servant if any of the above is true.

          Doing a picture search for “Chris Stark BIS” brings up not a single image of him in that department.
          Doing the same for “Chris Stark HM Treasury” brings up one image from the first search and two different ones where he is sporting a different ‘look’ with this hair.
          Lastly we get nine from “Chris Stark Scottish Government”.
          Six are from the previous searches and three ‘new ones’ again wearing a different ‘look with his hair.

          He appears to be the same age, wearing the exact same facial hair in every photograph.
          In one his pictured is credited to Orkney Photographic. Doing a search for “Chris Stark Orkney Photographic” brings up that picture and no others.

          So in total there are less than ten pictures of this chap available despite him attending many events, presumably, in his various capacities.

          Odd.

          Finally read the bit after the signature on this document. Bear in mind the source and the publisher.
          https://www.ofgem.gov.uk/ofgem-publications/106139

          As with everything governmental nothing is at it seems.

  3. The Blocked Dwarf
    October 11, 2018 at 19:16

    “Which mother is prepared to murder that child?”

    “Several million of them each year worldwide” is the answer you were looking for?

    But what does when expect when kids are taught at school that a fetus is ‘justa buncha cells like, Dad’….the tongue lashing he , youngest teenage son of the dwarf, got for that bit of nonsense back in the day left him ashen and reeling. I then sat him down and forced him to do a google image search for an however-many-week-old fetus it was in question. That changed his take on abortion and we and he now delight in his 2 beautiful kids .

    • Mudplugger
      October 11, 2018 at 21:19

      And yet . . . . . we hear constantly about the impact of man-made climate change but no-one seems to link it with the fact that, with 7+ billion of mankind already here, most of whom want a full-spec lifestyle, then it’s only ever going to get worse.

      If thoughtless breeding continues, then the planet simply can’t support the subsequent numbers – every single reduction helps delay the inevitable because it stops the multiplier effect below them. That’s not a defence of deliberate abortion, ideally the pregnancy should have been avoided in the first place, but the numbers problem is the root-cause, so what’s the solution to that?

      • October 11, 2018 at 23:43

        but the numbers problem is the root-cause, so what’s the solution to that?

        It’s an imaginary problem. Fertility rates are plummeting all over the world. We’re going to be facing serious problems as a result of population decline.

        Climate change is an imaginary problem as well.

      • October 12, 2018 at 00:23

        Climate change is bunk and population increase has only ever brough greater progress and prosperity. There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever for the deleterious effects of either warming or a billion more people. I am pretty comfortable with the idea of the world being roughly 2C warmer all around than now and having 5+ billion more people.

        Oz, where I live, wants more people. It imports them by the several hundred thousand every year. At the same time we murder 100,000 little under-9-mths babies every year. Totally senseless, not to mention morally bankrupt.

        • October 12, 2018 at 12:53

          At the same time we murder 100,000 little under-9-mths babies every year. Totally senseless, not to mention morally bankrupt.

          One of the reasons that our decadent society has embraced the climate change nonsense with so much enthusiasm is that it provides a spurious moral justification for the slaughter of those unborn children. It allows women to murder their babies and feel virtuous at the same time.

  4. October 12, 2018 at 05:25

    If you take both those points – Caucasian fertility down, other reproduction up, millions imported, then the problem is pretty clear for anyone with a brain.

    • October 12, 2018 at 12:41

      If you take both those points – Caucasian fertility down, other reproduction up,

      Fertility is collapsing everywhere outside of sub-Saharan Africa. The situation is going to be catastrophic in Asia. South Korea and Taiwan are likely to be the first countries to succeed in achieving their own extinction through failing to reproduce. It’s not a white problem or a European problem or a Caucasian problem. It’s a global problem. Our species has chosen suicide.

      The causes of this drive for extinction are obvious enough – feminism, capitalism, consumerism, secularism. These diseases have infected our entire planet.

      The climate change hoax is being pushed by people who are consumed with hatred for humanity.

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