Dehumanised globalist muddy sludge


The European peoples have long thought and felt that each of them was unique, reflecting the particularly history and struggles the successive generations of their ancestors. The cultural differences of European nations have long been known, but today, genetic science is also able to quantify just how unique each nation is from a biological point of view as well.

The out of Africa bollox was exploded, this has not dissuaded these evil loons who continue the same insupportable nightmare, a horror film.

No, we do NOT wish for a muddy sludge of ex-humanity, we want each nation advertising its cultural wares and good luck to each of them.

Bypass France and Germany

Macron is going to wreck transportation of goods to Britain? Is he now? Fine – we subsidise Poland and Hungary and the like, Italy, to open ports and the goods come to us that way, escorted by naval vessels.

France and Germany will get nuffink, nuffink you hear. No trade, nuffink.

[Can’t remember if this was Rossa’s mother or Chuckles]


1. Oh dear, maybe I was wrong:

Revealed: Flight logs prove Duke of York’s Epstein girl WAS at key locations… and on each occasion Prince Andrew was never far away, so now will he help her lawyers?

2. Haiku:

There are some who might ask “Why?” and others who would never dare ask “How much?”

One serious design flaw: no pillion for the let’s-go-for-a-ride chick.

Not fit for purpose

This is just plain wrong:

Whichever way you slice it, it’s wrong:

#  The school can couch the hiring of Unus in as many leftist buzz-words as they want; that doesn’t change the fact that her hiring demonstrates that Shenandoah University does not care about the spiritual well-being of their students.

#  Yep, the self-evident difference between true Christianity and the world’s churchianity down thru the ages. Playing church. A lot of televangelists engaged in that behavior to their own shame and eventual destruction.

The operative expression here is ‘not fit for purpose’.  It’s a completely different question about whether something should exist anyway.

Were a mosque to appoint a Methodist, some might see that as a victory for Christianity but I don’t at all – it’s a sign of the paucity, the bankruptcy, of that mosque’s spiritual standing.  It really does cut both ways.

Whoever took that decision needs firing on the spot.