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Pat on Brexit

The definitive statement:

Dangerous people.

Here’s what they were saying before the referendum:

Brexit caused by low levels of education:.

Monnet professors are academics paid by the EU to promote the EU:

[Linked page has disappeared]

UK universities are hotbeds of EU propaganda:

Brendan O’Neill on the nasty elitism of the anti-Brexit crowd:

AC Grayling wants the EU to make it tough on Britain:

Matthew Parris. “I don’t, never have, and never will trust the will of the people.”

Matthew Parris is ashamed to be British:

Tory MEP “ashamed to be British”. Gets an Irish passport:

Richard Dawkins says England is becoming a nasty little backwater:

Richard Dawkins says Brexit is squalid, ignoble, nasty, jingoistic, xenophobic, Farageist little Englandism:

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Of course, the truth is the opposite – the EU is the little backwater and Britain, after March can trade freely with the world under WTO rules, take back its fisheries, make its own laws again …

But only if the traitors are removed one way or the other. Deselections have started so we’ll have to see. In olden days, this was very much a capital offence of the Remoaners.


It’s a very old issue

This site goes back to sleep for now

This failsafe site is not as loved by others as it is by me – it’s done a sterling job and is fully functional. These 24 hours have been good, if for nothing else, because they caused me to go through and fix the various bits and pieces needing fixing, it can deputize again at a moment’s notice and some of you are already first commenters.

I mooted midday as the time for the switchback but the post on the US results was really only relevant to 4 a.m., not later in the morning.

Comments are now being turned off here and I hope to see you back at the main site.

More Titanic anomalies

Bill posted a comment here:

… and I’ve read all of this pdf:

There are so many things to comment on and this post now is intended for those who have at least got past the narrative as presented by Them in most areas. I’ve limited energy, not being 100%, so shall attempt to be brief, unlike yesterday.

The way I think of the sinking site [established in the mid 80s] at about 41.7N and 49W is that if you look at the top map, if you take a line directly out from NY and another line SSE from the east of Newfoundland, that is it.  It’s about halfway across to the Azores, which in April is around 12/13 degrees C on land.

However the water is warmer than that. The reddish part of the gulf stream is around the 25-27 degree mark, the yellow around 20 degrees, the green around 15 degrees.

Unfortunately, the provided gulf stream map does not include the site of the sinking but I’m guessing it is between yellow and green.  I’d have a stab at 15-18 degrees C in the water in April, based on the above. Around 62-64F.

The writer says the passengers would survive far longer than deCaprio but in another part, says there were none anyway.  As he himself noted though, the main anomaly is that it sure wasn’t an iceberg which sank them.

That’s before we get into any of the other anomalies. What we have, therefore, is a similar situation to today where Them have lied, they have also found that people’s lives are quite expendable- war, 911 – all for their self-protection.

Put that way, it’s hardly a surprise, is it and yet so many of earth’s humans can’t get it through their skulls that a small group could very easily do 911 without the slightest compunction.  This has been a sticking point previously.

You see, I come back to Nero Wolfe who had caught a killer who was the rich lady’s secretary.  He had seen a lie of hers, a minor lie but still a lie and therefore, he proceeded as if everything she said could well have been lies. Seems a good procedure to me.

There are still some hours left to save civilisation

Saw it at Breitbart:

“They say we’re divisive, but we’re not divisive, we’re defending an America that has strayed from its founding,” he said. “Nothing to do with race, nothing to do with gender … it has to do with culture, it has to do with protecting the Constitution. Pure and simple.”

They were Rush Limbaugh’s words but they could have applied over here as well.

“They are jealous, they are envious, this isn’t supposed to happen, you people are supposed to love them, not Trump,” Limbaugh said.

Here were some comments:

# Everything the dems are running on is BAD for our country. They’re so far away from mainstream. It’s NOT what our country is founded on. We’re NOT a Marxist- commie country. Say no to dems agenda. [White Rose]

# I got up two hours early to go out in the rain and vote this morning. Don’t be complacent. This election could easily go either way. Everyone, do your duty and go vote! [Mike]

Similar on Twitter:

Same with the Uniparty over here and across Europe, in Canada, in Australia etc.

Make no mistake – this is a battle for civilisation on the line here.  Only slightly digressing – in the previous post but one [by Blonde], she quoted Star Trek and I quote it here:

You know, there are some words I’ve known since I was a schoolboy: “When the first linked chain is forged, the first speech censured, the first thought forbidden, the first freedom denied, chains us all irrevocably.”

The sad thing is that the man who spoke it, Patrick Stewart, went over to the dark side of leftism and is himself one of those applauding the destruction and enslavement of society.


Blonde seized on the word “first” and rightly so – still a young lady, she realized that it is not the latest horror, the latest measure, the latest sell out – no, it is the first one where we should have acted swiftly but … what happened?

We ummed and ahhed like a Jacob Rees Mogg … until it was far too late.

But in America, for some more hours yet, it’s not too late, not yet.

Vote Deplorable!

This still is “the day that is”, not over yet, folks!

2 p.m. on the 6th:

The health issue

I expected it to go wrong and it did. Basically, there are two heart drugs keeping me alive and they’ve taken me off one of them. Now they want to take me off the other, despite the signs and symptoms. This is to save the NHS valuable pounds.

I was assured over the phone, three times I was assured, that this particular medicine would continue until the review discussion with the doctor on Friday. Guess what? Some toerag went in during these past five days and took that one particular medicine off my list, so it wasn’t there in the pack today.

However, I still have my Friday appointment and I’ll just have to stay calm and not let rip. The English NHS does not appreciate righteous indignation, it misinterprets it.

Oh, I also did my back in but let’s not complicate this thing anymore – I have the walking stick and a comfy bed.

The site

Essentially what happened is that something had been corrupted inside and it took down the site. I suspect I know what it is and I didn’t want it anyway. However, it might just be the revision control – I’m not even going to start to explain why that is necessary, mine hosts know though.

It’s a little bit like my heart – they want to keep taking away one drug at a time until I have another heart attack and then they’ll know and can sign off on it. In a similar way, I have to test out each of ten things we think it might be – one of those will take the site down again but it’s Russian roulette.

When it does go down – it must, otherwise I’ve not found the issue – then I am shut out and hopefully you are too. But as I found this morning with DR, Sackers etc., it was not keeping you out, only me. That was something up with which … etc.

So the site is not to be up again as a going concern until I’ve found the miscreant item. Now, this could be in the next two minutes or it might be around midnight, in which case mine host cannot repair it till tomorrow, plus he works, plus he has a family to look after. Plus my health is up and down.

Therefore, the only sensible thing to do is to blog here for a few days, say until Friday evening after the doctor’s.

Now, you might not like to comment here and that’s your prerogative but I’ll be blogging here, OK? And at OoL and tweeting too. Midterms we’ll know late tomorrow.

The shopping

This is a feelgood story.  I was roaming about the supermarket and couldn’t find the chicken kievs so asked one lady who turned out to be the store manager herself.   She found the item quickly.

Must not let an opportunity go to waste, so I asked if I could give her an instant assessment of the store. She said yes.  I moaned about the prices on certain items, saying they are driving people away now in this town, nothing she didn’t know, plus a third of the trolleys are broken.  Also no reaction.

Then I got onto the reason we do come back – the ladies on the tills, the checkouts and so I started to wax lyrical about them, particularly the one called Carole.  Then it was time for the checkout and guess who was there?  I told her and she was quite embarrassed – I do get embarrassing at times.

Well, all the time but let’s move on.

Anyway, methinks it’s not been a bad result, I’m doing my three days’ cooking now and then a coffee, half an hour’s rest writing to people, I’ve three posts in the pipeline to schedule and then I can start on N.O.   The pizza was nice too for lunch.

So, now you know all, not that you wished to know even a fraction of all this but there you go, all part of the service.

Posts will resume here perhaps around 17:00, maybe a bit later.  You have a lovely Tuesday.