Saturday, 31 January 2015
I don't think I need to add anything.
Well yes, I think I will.
First it will upset any Feminazis who see the picture. We're not supposed to post pictures that may be attractive to men. (See page three of the sun for details).
Secondly, ASH and other anti-smoking groups will be foaming at the mouth that I'm glamourising smoking. My God, Think of the Cheeeeeeldren.
Tuesday, 27 January 2015
First they came for the pubs and clubs, and I did not speak up.
Next they came for point of sale displays, and I did not speak up.
Then they came for the packets which housed the cigarettes, and I did speak up.
Now they are coming for my car in the name of "The Children" and this time I'm going to shout it out,
"Now you can bugger off, you halfwits". I then had a smoke.
Apologies to Pastor Niemoller.
Monday, 26 January 2015
Who could that be do you think?
The answer is the 20% of those who smoke.
It amazes me that with a general election coming up, politicians of all colours are rushing through a bill on plain packaging of tobacco products.
It basically boils down to that they have to be seen to be doing something emotive that will catch the public eye, whilst distracting from most of the obvious failures of the main parties. It’s an easy distraction as the majority of the population have been so brainwashed that politicians feel that this will burnish their halos.
What they don’t seem to realise is the majority of non smokers won’t give a toss as the law won’t affect them in the slightest. It’s only the nu-puritan ANTI-smokers who will trumpet this nasty little bill.
There is an excellent article by Dominic Lawson in the Daily Mail today that explains how the war on smokers is wrong.
What I’m trying to say here is that if one of the major parties were to at least support smokers in a small way (Wink Wink: UKIP), then they might find that their voting share might rise considerably.
Saturday, 24 January 2015
It really makes you wonder if any of those who are climbing on the green ticket in this year's general election really understand that they are joining a neo faschist party of the extreme left.
And no. The right are not the neo-faschist/nazi party, the vid below explains.
Tuesday, 20 January 2015
(Green on the outside, red on the inside)
I got this in my email, thought I'd share it:
The government is trying to change the law so big energy companies can drill for gas under our homes - without asking us. 
A licence to drill in Tonbridge and Malling has already been given to a big energy company.  So unless these plans are stopped, gas could be sucked from under your home very soon.
But together, we could do just that. Because to change the law the government needs MPs to vote for it in parliament. And the vote's in just a few weeks.  Let's make it clear that backing dirty energy companies over constituents would be a toxic move.
Fair enough, a concerned citizen.
Till we get to here:
The plans - simple changes to existing trespass law - could mean your home surrounded by noisy machines, and your local park turned into a gas field. All without your permission. The process - known as fracking - could also poison our water and produce toxic waste. And it’s known to cause earthquakes. 
But where does he get this impartial information from?
Those well known beacons of truth.
Greenpeace, Friends of the earth, 38 degrees,the Guardian, and of course, the BBC.
I replied politely with the facts:
I'll give the case for fracking.
Cuadrilla Resources believes there are 200 trillion cubic feet of "shale" gas in the Bowland basin, which could result in a Lancashire gas boom creating 5,600 jobs at peak production.
Shale is a type of onshore gas common in the US, which is extracted by blasting apart rock in a process called fracking.
More testing is needed, but the estimates suggest Britain could have more shale gas than Poland, which has been considered Europe's biggest holder of probable reserves.
Others have calculated that this could make us gas sufficient for the next 30 years.
A bit of an explanation on what it is.
Unconventional gas is the collective term used to describe tight gas, shale gas and/or coal bed methane (CBM). While conventional gas resources can be developed and produced without any special well completions, most unconventional gas production requires the rock to be fractured (“fracked”) or stimulated to allow gas to escape from the tight rock and flow through the wellbore to the surface. These special well completions made drilling for unconventional gas uneconomical for many years.
Toward the end of the 20th century, the combination of two existing technologies – horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing – shifted unconventional gas production into the main stream. The potential of shale gas, tight gas and CBM has been known for centuries, with the first shale gas wells drilled in the 1820s. However, it is only with recent technological improvements that extracting the resources has become an economically viable option.
Currently, natural gas has approximately 60 years of proven reserves at current demand levels, but according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), this rises to more than 250 years if the unconventional gas potential is added. Clearly, unconventional gas may play a large part in ensuring the security of global energy supply for years to come.
If only we could make our Politicians see sense. I’m all for conservation, but how do we do that if we bankrupt ourselves on the Altar of green crap?
I wonder if he’ll reply?
Sunday, 18 January 2015
Carrying on from my last post
Bearing in mind that tonight may be coldest night of the year so far you’d think that the renewables would be upping their game and supplying electricity at their rated capacity. However as every fool knows when the glass rises this is usually followed by a lack of wind.
Look at the top pic. barely 25% of its rated output.
Even worse is this one below. Barely 2%
Luckily I’ve got an open log fire for standby and plenty of candles for when those rolling blackouts start to happen.
Saturday, 17 January 2015
So these so called renewables, such as wind, are going to supply us with our power for the future. just look at the picture below which is the output from one such wind farm at this minute. A paltry 3% of it’s rated capacity. And this is a cold day when power consumption is high.
or even worse the bird mincer array below. Hardly a standard to be proud of. Note that it is minus and therefore is drawing power from the national grid.
When are people going to wake up and realise they are being conned out of their money in allowing this wholesale theft in the name of the green religion?
Even the projected life of these eco crucifixes is in doubt. Supposedly with a life of twenty five years, some have failed in eight and some are actually falling down or catching fire.
Likewise with that other green religion, solar panels. You know, those things that produce bugger all electricity for approximately 50% of the day.
When will people learn.
Friday, 9 January 2015
The two gunmen responsible for the deadly attack on the Charlie Hebdo magazine are said to be surprised at their arrival in Hell after being killed by French policemen.
Cherif and Said Kouachi were shot dead by police just moments before arriving in a fiery Hell that will be their home for all eternity.
“Hang on, where are my virgins?” asked a surprised Cherif, seemingly unaware that his religion frowns upon the murder of innocent people.
“This isn’t what we signed up to, can I speak to someone in management?” added Said, before screaming in pain as a minion began slowly peeling the skin from his body.
It is understood that the brothers will be spending their days being forcefully sodomised by various devil like creatures, alongside paedophiles and other murderers, in temperatures far higher than would be considered ‘comfortable’.
Cherif Kouachi continued, “Every time I complain that this isn’t what Paradise is meant to be like, the tour guide in the red cloak laughs and say ‘yes, this is ‘Paradise‘ – always using those annoying air quote things.”
“I also don’t see any virgins, just a load of angry troll like creatures with red-hot pitch-forks. What’s that all about?”
At the time of writing, the forced sodomy had begun in earnest.
Nicked shamelessly from The Thump
Thursday, 8 January 2015
And just to show our defiance. A few of the forbidden Charlie Hebdo cartoons:
Mohammed weeping with the headline “Mohammed Overwhelmed by Fundamentalism.”
an orthodox Jewish man pushing a Muslim man in a wheelchair.
“100 lashes if you don’t die of laughter!”
Charlie Hebdo supported France’s controversial law banning women from wearing burqas in public with the headline “Yes to wearing the burqa … on the inside!”
I really don’t care if you aresomeone of the muslim persuasion who gets offended by these pictures, because you have no right to, if you live in a civilised western country. If you are offended then go and live in a country that relishes living in the dark ages. Especially the ones that worship a known paedophile and mass murderer.
Wednesday, 7 January 2015
I’m referring to those who attacked the satirical magazine in Paris, Charlie Hebdo, purporting to belong to the so called “religion of peace”.
This is the sort of thing below that they take umbrage against. A bloody cartoon of their so called prophet.
Religion of peace. Don’t make me laugh.
Sunday, 4 January 2015
Friday, 2 January 2015
I don’t know whether it’s just me, but I’m hearing some nasty little rumours at the moment.
The IMF world bank is proposing a ten per cent wealth tax on all households in the UK and the rest of the Eurozone.
What this would mean is men and women having to pay a levy on the total value of their accumulated assets, including their properties, cash, bank deposits, money funds, and savings in insurance and pension plans.
The amount payable would also depend upon whether they have any businesses, personal trusts, corporate funds, earnings, loans and mortgages.
All of these things are already taxed – so a wealth tax would represent an additional tax on the same assets. In other words, we would be taxed twice.
Now I haven’t heard a peep out of the MSM but surely there must be someone out there who has heard of this rumour. I only got hold of this through a blog written by journalists who I’ve never heard of before.
There’s also a link to a PDF discussing the proposal.
This is not a new idea. If you remember it was carried out in Cyprus. The hyperlink takes you back three years ago.
The most distressing part of the discussion paper, is the lack of understanding by the authors. They don’t seem to realise they are sanctioning theft on the grandest scale.
What do you think? I personally think it’s time to take my money out of the bank and hide it under the…………………
Thursday, 1 January 2015
As unpaid taxi driver. Dropped a husband and wife off a 20:00, sober. Picked same pair up, somewhat sozzled at 01:45. Typical drunks. Wanted me to take them via a fish and chip shop before home. I will enjoy the lunch tomorrow that you are paying for.
Anyway have a happy new year everyone who has supported this blog by reading and commenting.