Category Archives: thinks

Daily Mail

The Daily Mail has been almost universally condemned for attacking Ed Miliband through attacking his long-dead father. Ralph Miliband was a Marxist academic and activist, a Jewish immigrant to evade the Nazis and served in the British Royal Navy during … Continue reading

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Can we think about democracy, what is meant by democracy?

Shall I start? I’m not talking about representative democracy here: What I’m talking about is self-determination. How is that different to democracy? A huge problem with the West’s idea of democracy is that it’s so-called representative democracy and the representatives … Continue reading

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Altruism* and charity

A repost from Deep DT’s reality cracking pages from 1998. Thinking about it, I’ve only just realised how deep this article is ~ I had no idea first time round. There are still copies of this article published and accessible. … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking …

… about looking at opportunities for young people to get into work. I’ve not been thinking about poor people … I’ve been thinking about rich people … and looking at the difficulties they face – or possibly do not – … Continue reading

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Reflecting on: Beautiful

There is a tradition of denoting something by it’s opposite. Marilyn Manson’s ‘Beautiful People’ for all those that died on 7 July 2005 from many different religions and belief systems ~ indeed actually more than that ~ the day after … Continue reading

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Coming soon

I will be looking at one of the victims of  7/7 Helena Katherine Jones Almost as if she was a chosen victim, isn’t it? … a successful human rights lawyer … active in opposition to Blair & Co’s Iraq war … Continue reading

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Some dots to join

Join the dots …   Ian Blair (when he was actually Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police;) said “to paraphrase another great American, Mark Twain, on reading his obituary, accounts of my demise are premature.” http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/5101180.stm    “If London can survive … Continue reading

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Take a look at these

The previous On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing blog is due for deletion on 31st May. Mirror before then if you’re interested. Here are some articles from December 2008 which were reposted after the blog was mysteriously … Continue reading

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Review of fasthostingdirect ‘No limits’ web hosting package by a customer

I’ve just been advised that the old On a quiet day I can hear her breathing blog is to be discontinued at the end of the month. There are many unique, very angry posts there. If you’re a real big … Continue reading

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Elites running UK – a perversion of democracy

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Coming soon

I’ve got a little distracted here. I did intend to anounce some coming soon exclsive content about a flea or two in my head. Anyway you’ve ended up with some Cerys and Catatonia and two different verions of Hallelujah. I … Continue reading

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Police arrest the wrong people for the wrong reasons

The trade Union Congress (TUC)’s ‘March for an Alternative’ protest march and rally event took place on Saturday (26 March 2011). The purpose of the event was to demonstrate opposition to public spending cuts imposed by the UK’s Con-Dem – … Continue reading

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Neonicotinoids and dying bees

  The Independent has an article today about concern that Neonicatinoid pesticides are damaging the bee population. It says that Prof. Robert Watson, chief scientific advisor at the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has initiated an inquiry. Growing … 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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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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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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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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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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