Monthly Archives: August 2010

Gunman kills seven and himself in Slovak capital | Reuters


I suppose the Slovaks will now get their first real dose of victim disarmament.

Gunman kills seven and himself in Slovak capital | Reuters

Sign of the times


Micael Winning

The Oxford English Dictionary may not be printed in hardcopy again. So what happens if the electricity gets tuenrd off by the greens?

Perhaps that is what the bastards have in mind all along. Not just cultural destruction as DD keeps on syaing but the removal of a whole language from the realm of meaning?

Living In A Madhouse


 

Living In A Madhouse

Far be it from me to point the accusing finger….


Sean Gabb

Of course, *IF* Mr Hague delights in a spot of bum fun – and I have no evidence whatever that he does – it’s hardly a sick bag matter. Certainly, it’s far less our concern than if he were flipping properties or otherwise fiddling his expenses. Indeed, the fact that he *MIGHT* have misled the public is of no consequence. When you have no right to ask a particular question, you have no reason to complain if you are not given a true answer.

No, what I dislike about William Hague is that he acted in 2001 *AS IF* he’d been bribed or blackmailed to throw the election, and he then somehow made millions for giving his crap speeches all over the place, and he appears to have been pushing like mad for support of British military involvement in America’s wars. He also helped stitch us up over the Lisbon referendum. All this is surely a product more of stupidity than of villainy. But I see no reason to think better of him for that.

If revelations that he has been more than “posing as a somdomite” are the only way of wiping that grin from his face, just watch how old-fashioned I can become!

Simon Heffer on why accuracy in English matters


David Davis

No Michael, I’m not getting at you here, so don’t worry. Heffer, though, as always, is a model of clarity.

Hague quashes the rumours: `I’m not gay’ ague – UK Politics, UK – The Independent


 

Hague quashes the rumours: `I’m not gay’ ague – UK Politics, UK – The Independent

Sean Gabb says: Hang on, hang on – I’ve just noticed this denial from 13 years ago. William Hague says unambiguously here that he is a man of normalitude. I think, therefore, we should stop this foolish and childish speculation, as it can only tend to put people in doubt of the Foreign Secretary’s veracity.

Cabinet minister may act over false claims of gay affairs – Telegraph


 

Cabinet minister may act over false claims of gay affairs – Telegraph

We cannot but be vague about these claims. SIG