Monthly Archives: February 2011

Cameron’s Multicultural Speech :: Part 3

Here’s the final part of my analysis of David Cameron’s Multiculturalism speech delivered on 5 February 2011. Here’s the first and second part. Cameron’s speech was widely reported as opposing what he termed ‘state multiculturalism’ – that the state supports … Continue reading

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NHS news

A few recent news articles concerning the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Some Hospitals Would Find It ‘Difficult’ To Survive Under Lansley’s NHS Reforms… Hospital trust has debts … Continue reading

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A note on commenting policy

I had hoped to allow the vast majority of comments to this blog. Comments are monitored to avoid links to malware like I experienced at the previous blog host. I’ve discovered, however, that there are now many automated comment bots … Continue reading

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What to call Ian Bliar

I did a new year commitment to do better blogging. As part of that commitment, I am trying to avoid these early morning nonsense blogs. So this is a better early morning blog which is not so nonsense and perhaps … Continue reading

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Cameron’s Multicultural Speech :: Part 2

I started analysing Cameron’s speech on multiculturalism yesterday. I’m looking at the speech in more detail today. DC: But the biggest threat that we face comes from terrorist attacks, some of which are, sadly, carried out by our own citizens. … Continue reading

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Cameron’s Multicultural Speech :: Part 1

This article is the first part of a response and rebuttal of the claims made in UK Prime Minister David Cameron’s speech of 5 Fubruary 2011. I suggest that Cameron was being deliberately untruthful in a deliberate attempt to mislead. … Continue reading

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A good year for the Rich and it’s only February

This article by Cut n Paste from http://bristol.indymedia.org.uk/article/703298 Bristol loses 28million pounds worth of services and big business has a great month of bonuses (paid for by us) and tax breaks, while at the same time announcing  job cuts for … Continue reading

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I will be making a response to Cameron’s Multiculturism speech

I will be making a response to Cameron’s Multiculturism speech.

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I oppose the Con-Dems

Years ago when Cameron was a upcoming politician I made a posting. I will post that posting again as soon as I can find it. I want it recognised in no uncertain terms that I oppose this Conservative and Liberal-Democrat … Continue reading

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Memo to Pinoccio: This is politics

This is politics. It’s not as though you haven’t been warned. You are so excessively, vastly rich enough to not [edit: not to] be involved. You are so excessively rich and connected that you can just have an easy life … Continue reading

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Pro-democracy blogroll

The blogroll is a UK pro-democracy blogroll – UK political dissidents and … activists like myself. I need some suggestions for the blogroll of UK pro-democracy blogs ~ I’m sure that it can be expanded. Fascists/Neo-Cons need not apply.

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Posts are not prepared

Posts are not prepared before posting. They are not arranged according to a pattern. I analyze them after posting.

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Coming soon – past, present and future, etc

Coming soon – past, present and future, etc

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Condems intend to destroy the NHS

The National Health Service (NHS) is regarded fondly by many people in UK. Although not perfect, it is there when people are ill, when they need help and support when they are most vulnerable. The UK Conservative and Liberal-Democrat – … Continue reading

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Let’s crucify Tony Blair. He’ll love it.

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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