Politics


Trying to Understand the Labour Jewish Scandal

Posted on April 5, 2018

  Who has been trying to understand the scandal engulfing the Labour Party regarding anti-Semitism? I have been reading loads about it, trying to work out if it is simply Zionists trying stain the Labour by conveniently using anti-Israeli policy (there is nothing racist about disagreeing with an ideology) to label them as anti-Semites. Whilst this may be the case and carries some convenience about it, it is also obvious that ...

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The Ennoblement of Preposterous Tales!

Posted on December 21, 2017

I was walking my dog the other day when I bumped into an elderly woman who I see sporadically on the more hidden trails of Danebury and Longstock. A quirky lady, as wide as she is tall, she always has a good yarn to tell, never letting the truth get in the way of a good story. However, I have noticed that since the bizarre events surrounding the election of Donald Trump and the 2016 referendum in the UK, she has become more and more ...

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Green Light for Trump to Open Fire on Muslim Restaurant

Posted on November 30, 2017

Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, has allegedly given the green light for Donald Trump to open fire on a Muslim owned restaurant on his state visit next year. According to sources, the narcissistic nazi will be allowed to use a semi-automatic assault rifle on staff at a yet to be named Southall restaurant. This will be the day before he pretends he wants a favorable post-Brexit trade deal with the UK and shortly before Harry and Meghan announce she ...

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Progression Versus Regression

Posted on November 28, 2017

As the years, decades and centuries pass, we tend to evolve and move forward, trying to find ways of making amends for previous poor judgement, whether it be in the environment, the financial sector or by our treatment of other nations that may have seemed logical at the time. There are problems along the way and whilst things such as cleaning up polluted beaches, employment rights and health and safety can be expensive and time consuming at ...

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James Gray the ‘Jack-In-The-Box’

Posted on November 21, 2017

When I was at the Spike Island prison in Cork Harbour on Saturday, I was absolutely delighted with the new addition to the bulging useless facts department of my brain. It came courtesy of 28 year-old Mr James Gray from Manchester, England. James Gray the Jack-In-The Box Gray designed a spring loaded box that could be opened from the inside and marked it 'WITH CARE' and 'THIS SIDE UP'. He would then get inside and ask an accomp...

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