Thursday, 27 November 2014

Killing billions of people might save the planet, say scientists

The BBC, partly funded as it is by the warmist European Union, seems to be taking this argument seriously -

"Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet.....That is the conclusion of a new set of studies into what's become known as geo-engineering.....these projects work by, for example, shading the Earth from the Sun or soaking up carbon dioxide. Ideas include aircraft spraying out sulphur particles at high altitude to mimic the cooling effect of volcanoes or using artificial 'trees' to absorb CO2."

Never mind the fact that, as the Met Office admits, global warming isn't happening. And never mind the genocide -

"Although all the simulations showed that blocking the Sun's rays - or solar radiation management, as it is called - did reduce the global temperature, the models revealed profound changes to precipitation including disrupting the Indian Monsoon....between 1.2 and 4.1 billion people could be adversely affected by changes in rainfall patterns [such as] the complete drying-out of the Sahel region of Africa.'"

Sorry, but I thought the idea was to prevent the world drying out? Anyway, the BBC article goes on to mention a less brutal "geo-engineering" solution to the non-problem of global warming. We simply make plankton obese by weighing them down with iron. As they sink to the seabed, whales won't be able to reach them and release the CO2 they adsorbed on the surface -

"An Indian-German experiment in 2009....involved dumping six tonnes of an iron solution into the South Atlantic to encourage plankton to bloom - trapping carbon which would then be sent to the seabed when the organisms died. Results showed limited success."

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

Bent Brussels


The EU Court of Auditors has refused to sign off the Commission's corruption-riddled accounts for the twentieth year running, but it now claims that it has done so, Britain's net extortions have been soaring above the rate of inflation for years, with an extra £1.7 billion now being added to fund overspending - a surcharge  Cameron pretends he has halved - taking us up to a record £13 billion this year. Oh yes, and we've just been saddled with another £680 million surcharge too, for yet more overspending.

The former prime minister of Luxemburg - who arranged dirty deals with UK firms so that they paid bugger-all corporation tax, forcing you and me to make up the shortfall - wants the Commission, of which he is now the president, to have control over, er, corporation tax. He wants to preside over the EU inquiry into his tax dodging deals too.

Wednesday, 19 November 2014

Stupid bitch of the month

This month's stupid bitch is Ros Altmann, the highly-paid, government-appointed (not elderly-appointed) tsar for the elderly. She wants to ban those road signs showing a bent-backed elderly couple because, she says, they discriminate against the elderly. Obviously she's oblivious to the fact that the signs are there to warn drivers to take extra care because elderly people may be crossing the road. She just says the signs encourage employers to discriminate against the elderly.

You see, at the same time she has been encouraging employers to take on the elderly as free labour, as if mass immigration wasn't driving wages down fast enough for the government's liking. Let's just hope these "interns" survive crossing to road to their employers' premises after the signs get taken down.


(For past posts about stupid bitches see here and here too and also here and here as well. Er...and here.)

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Politically-correct apologies....

Pat Condell notes that it is now all the rage to apologise for making offhand remarks, and begs forgiveness for equating mainstream politicians with some of the world's most revolting life-forms.....

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Government to ban smoking in cars

....if there are any children inside - and that includes the Welsh and Scottish governments too. I have covered the creeping criminalisation of smoking, which originated in Brussels as a directive, in several previous posts - see here and here too and also here and here as well. These quotes are taken from Nik Lowe's blog -

"I see the latest wheeze by the bansturbators in parliament is to ban 'smoking in cars with children'. They just can’t help themselves can they? However I fail to see how they can enforce a ban with so many loopholes in it. Here’s a couple. What if the car has tinted windows like mine. How will they know if there are children in the car? Will they set up roadblocks? How will they know if someone has actually smoked while the kiddies were in the car? The smell could have lingered from a previous journey?"

"Why is there a need for this anyway as ‘Smoking in cars with children has been in decline for years. Today very few people do it because the overwhelming majority of smokers accept that it’s inconsiderate.’ ('Forest'). I suspect that is the slippery slope to banning smoking elsewhere. If they can start banning it in your own private car, why stop there? Ban it in peoples own homes will be next. Don’t believe me. just wait."

I predict that social workers will one day be using smoking in the home as a pretext for snatching your children. They've already used past membership of the EDL as an excuse, after all. Welcome to fascist Britain.


Sunday, 9 November 2014

The Jimmy Savile bonanza comes to an end

Whatever happened to the presumption of innocence? Savile died before he could be accused or tried, leaving police and newspapers - egged on by man-hating feminists - to declare him a serial sex-pervert. The lawyers were over the moon - they were going to make an absolute mint. And ministers breathed a sigh of relief, for an elderly white celebrity (the first of many, even though he was dead) had now been publicly branded a paedophile.

It takes our minds off endemic moslem grooming when we read about celebrities getting up to no good, you see. But now the grasping compo-vultures, egged on by press and police to "remember" being abused all those years ago, have lost out. There'll be no filthy lucre for them, shamelessly snatched out of the charitable trust fund so richly endowed by Savile to benefit genuinely good causes after his death. No, the money's all been swallowed up by the lawyers -

"Almost two-thirds of the damages claims made for alleged sexual assaults by Jimmy Savile have so far been rejected. Lawyers representing NatWest Bank, the executors of Savile’s will, told the Appeal Court last week that out of 58 claims which have so far been considered....36 have been thrown out, and just 22 accepted. The scheme, set up by the bank, was approved in April by a High Court judge.....The hearing also confirmed that the whole of Savile’s estate is certain to be swallowed up in legal fees."

Meanwhile the sickening charade goes on, with famous old white men still being framed on vague, decades-old evidence to take our minds off just what's really happening - not just in Rotherham, but all over the country

Friday, 7 November 2014

Islamic enrichment reaches Torbay

Council in denial, police secret report - where have we heard this before? Cross-posted from Bloggers4UKIP -

"UKIP councillor Julien Parrott walked out of a meeting of Torbay Council on Wednesday in protest after he was prevented from giving councillors evidence of the level of sexual abuse and rape in Torbay. Cllr Parrott asked whether Torbay was a safe place and after being told by the chair that it was, he attempted to inform councillors of the 32 cases of violence, threats and rape against women and children that had been to court recently and a confidential police report citing 65 cases of child sexual exploitation this year but was prevented from doing so by the chair....[he] walked out in protest, as did a local resident who told the chair 'you are a disgrace madam'"

A favourite ploy is to borrow a friend's taxi, pick up women and rape them - or if they are children, get them drunk and share them around. Always specify a white cab driver, ladies. And vote UKIP.

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Local government reform

My model Local Government Act would drastically change the way town and county halls work -

Allow councils to bring back grammar school selection, thus ending the postcode lottery. And given that the cost of state education has been standardised by Whitehall - which stumps up the money - let private and voluntary sector schools claim this funding instead where parents don't like what the county's offering.

Likewise if you don't like your bin collection service, spend the money on your own collector instead. Lots of Americans do this where their council doesn't collect rubbish, but only disposes of it. Separation at source should be made optional once we quit the European Union, as there are plenty of landfill sites to go round.

Elsewhere I have proposed taking former county and municipal hospitals back into local ownership. This would remedy the democratic deficit involved in running them. Competition from the private and voluntary sectors for treatment costs from a state health insurance fund would reduce unnecessary deaths too.

Planning permission is best left to residents living in the area which would be affected if the proposal went ahead. If a ward referendum turns the scheme down, it simply won't go ahead. If the scheme increases traffic flows or reduces the total amount of open space, then a referendum covering the whole district will be held instead.

Tenants of social housing should be able to ballot among themselves to transfer ownership of their blocks and estates to whichever social owner they want, including themselves acting as a co-operative. Foreign tenants should be evicted, as charity begins at home. This implies quitting the European Convention on Human Rights.

In addition to the services listed above, councils should only be authorised to offer the following extra ones, on pain of councillor surcharge - highways, lighting, recreation, libraries, environmental health, consumer standards, emergency and welfare services, and the licensing of taxis.

All expenditure should show up on the council website, along with tendering details for bought-in goods and services. Elected mayoralties will be abolished, as such administrations are always corrupt. Golden handshakes will go too, as will parasites employed in greenery and equalities - just as soon as we quit the European Union.

The ban on issuing local government bonds for cheap financing of public works will be lifted and the Public Fleecing Initiative (PFI), a form of fraud introduced under cover of the EU's Stability and Growth Pact, will be abolished. And an ultra-fair land value tax will replace both council tax and business rates.