Monthly Archives: January 2011

Self-determination should be supported.

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Self-determination

I support self-determinaion – that people are responible and take control of their lives. I urge you to pursue self-determination.

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Be aware that the ‘rules of the game’ are defunct

Be aware that the ‘rules of the game’ are gone. You are not no longer expected to comply with that bullshit. Self-determination is the new rules of the game. It is not a game – it is reality and it … Continue reading

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It is an honour to join the dissident bloggers

New year, new blog. This blog lived at http://blogs.cjb.net/dissident/ for slightly over five years. Before then I was an activist posting to various politics NNTP usenet newsgroups on issues such as opposition to the Iraq war, Bliar & Co, George … Continue reading

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Exclusive: Bees facing a poisoned spring New kind of pesticide, widely used in UK, may be helping to kill off the world’s honeybees By Michael McCarthy, Environment Editor A new generation of pesticides is making honeybees far more susceptible to … Continue reading

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There is a beautiful full moon tonight

I don’t care if it’s not actually the full moon. It is beautiful and well low in the sky. Take a look.

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Hints for search terms for search engines

Search engines are wondeful aren’t they? “I’m a pretty straight kinda guy” [edit; I personally – the editor is not claiming that] Try – bush blair “jeff gannon”. Proper searchers don’t go for the top ten …

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Tony Bliar recalled to the Chilcot inquiry

Tony – the apostate to Israel – Bliar is to reappear before the Chilcot Inquiry later today to clarify some issues arising from his former testimony. In the past, on this blog I have satirised the Chilcot Inquiry as the … Continue reading

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How Cameron and the CONdems intend to privatise the NHS

Make no mistake David Cameron and the CONdem government intend the wholesale privatisation of the National Health Service. It is privatisation not reform or modernisation. The plan to give GPs control over the NHS is simply a ruse. GPs don’t … Continue reading

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BBKA pesticide endorsement

A couple of articles in today’s Independent discuss the British Beekeepers Association’s shameless endorsement of bee-killing pesticides. It’s due to be debated this weekend at their conference at Stoneleigh. Beekeepers fume at association’s endorsement of fatal insecticides Britain’s beekeepers are … Continue reading

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Bringing a few thinks together

This is the third post in a series of three. The previous two posts have disappeared although of course nothing disappears on the web. Actually, that’s simply not true and plenty disappears from the web. Aleister Crowley was a prolific … Continue reading

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Hello World

It’ll take me a while to sort this blog so please bear with me. One of the problems with my previous blog at http://blogs.cjb.net/dissident/ is that  moderated comments were not possible. I had to disable comments due to links to … Continue reading

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