Monthly Archives: December 2013

TBC: I should write about cryptography …

TBC: I should write about cryptography … Actually, I should write about crap stenography because the point of steganography is that it’s supposed to be hidden and secret. Crap steganography is totally different. You shouldn’t really be able to do … Continue reading

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Am I now a politician? I hate being a politician …

… am I a politician? … because I’ve been sucked into that mire … I sincerely hope that I am not a politician I hope that I am not a shit like they all are edit: Politicians are certainly shits. … Continue reading

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TMF

RUMF: SW (later edit: IAI) IAYA TY WIY: WAY: IDI (TMRA) How to say? IP WWIS: Later, later edit: C’N YSBC! Later, later, later edit: Well this is fun isn’t it? I have been trying to avoid these late posts … Continue reading

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Commentary on recent UK political events

Hey Ho, Hey Ho … The Guardian reports that the UK electorate is angry at politicians for being slippery, lying bstards. I think that politicians should be concerned at the level of hatred and subsequent non-participation. How can they claim … Continue reading

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Gizza

Gizza gizza offers especially welcomed from militant unions

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On a quiet day I can hear her breathing

I recommend a Socialist Campaign – not these New Labour shites. I recommend that unions and associated bodies drop the Neo-Liberal shits. What are you about then? Nationalised electricity , a nationalised rail system just like British Rail was That … Continue reading

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No mandate … and yet

No mandate Because they weren’t elected  

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It’s a bit carp, isn’t it?

That I just do all this political shite. It pisses me off as well actually. but then someone got to do it Today, the Gruniad were all about people are not interested in politics. Well it is pretty crap isn’t … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

Merry Christmas. The New Statesman reports on Britain’s new Victorianism whereby the filthy rich get filthier rich and that the poor get poorer. Just in case you haven’t realised, we are most definitely not all in this together. We are … Continue reading

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A clean heart …

I’m not asking (for) a luxurious lifestyle, the world’s gold or it’s fine gems What I’m asking for is a happy heart, an honest heart, a clean heart A heart that is full of goodness …   Only a clean … Continue reading

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The Christmas message

In a fist of steel is the white star The shadow of a gun is over Bethlehem There is no white angel singing Halleluliah Raising walls, closing the ports Turning their backs on the value of the gwyrth (miracle) How … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

Why did Jack Straw try to make it illegal for children at childrens’ homes to speak out about abuse? Was Jack Straw influenced by the fact that some of his friends and fellow politicians were paedophiles? Was this a desperate … Continue reading

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Is a revolution possible?

Is it possible?

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There is another way …

… that if you are aware that you are under surveillance then give them so many targets to be under surveillance … I’m saying so waste their time

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It’s Solstice and …

I invite you to my private party. Just for fun and not to be taken at all seriously. I am the avj or ytj, (I am the dj) You do what I say. If you’ve got anything better to do … Continue reading

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I wish you a good Solstice

I wish you a good midwinter celebration. Some people prefer to celebrate it four or five days later when it is clear that the Sun – and winter – has turned, sunlight is getting longer and the summer is on … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

Two main political news stories from yesterday dominate today’s news: the Gibson report and the completion of the trial of the murderers of soldier Lee Rigby. There was also a ceiling collapse at the packed Apollo theatre in the Soho … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

Today’s politics news … Hinkley Point Nuclear Deal With EDF Faces Probe An inquiry has been launched into whether a £16bn government deal with French energy giant EDF to build a nuclear plant in the UK meets EU rules. Britain … Continue reading

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Commentary on and analysis of recent political events

The big story today is the current UK coalition government’s attempts to hide the UK’s part in torture and rendition under the Tony Blair government. Despite repeated denials by liar Jack Straw at the time, evidence has surfaced that Tony … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent political events

That Conservative, illiberal Nick Clegg is keen to do the Tories’ work Clegg leaves the door open to further welfare cuts George Osborne has made it clear that he plans to introduce “billions” more in welfare cuts if the Tories … Continue reading

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