Daily Archives: January 29, 2016

The Wide Mouthed Frog

The Wide-Mouth Frog/Jeremy Hunt ”There was a wide-mouth frog/Jeremy Hunt that lived not too far from here. One day he decided to leave his pond and see the world. He met a large, four-legged black and white animal with two … Continue reading

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JD Bashing Has Gone Quiet – Who’s Next? Teachers Again?

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/female-pe-teacher-jailed-six-7271457 Hold on a minute. Weren’t they being viciously assulted by students earlier? I’m confused. http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/639172/Shocking-picture-emerge-daily-violence-faced-teachers-Britain-classroom-education GW: ”Should they stay or should they go?” The Clash – Be careful what you wish for.

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Tensions rise in Sweden as migrants go on rampage with makeshift weapons at refugee centre

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/639148/Sweden-migrant-crisis-refugee-centre-attack-staff-Alexandra-Mezher-killed DER Comment: ”The whole thing is quite astonishing in the breadth of stupidity shown by Merkel and her kind. Firstly the complete lack of discrimination between genuinely vulnerable people in need of refuge and economic migrants/criminals/people traffickers and terrorists. … Continue reading

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Incredible moment lightning struck the Sydney Centrepoint Tower TWICE

http://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/639259/lightning-strikes-sydney-centrepoint-tower-during-storm-in-pictures ”Lightning Is Striking Again” Lou Christie Nature has taken over my one track mind etc ….

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The Crimes of Blair/Cameron would not occur if there were no spin managers hiding the reality from the public behind a wall of contrived propaganda

March 17 2014 ”David Cameron’s top media adviser was caught on camera berating a BBC political correspondent over his ‘partial’ coverage of the scandal engulfing Jeremy Hunt. Craig Oliver was facing embarrassment last night after a video of his five-minute … Continue reading

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ISIS left terrified as ‘mystery sniper KILLS OFF evil group’s leadership one by one’

http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/639277/Islamic-State-sniper-spreading-terror-Sirte-picking-off-jihadis GW: For goodness sakes! Weren’t this lot telling us a minute ago that they were so damned clever and so damned hard that they could run FFs wherever they liked? Now a single sniper is getting the lot of … Continue reading

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‘Northern Powerhouse’ department to close Sheffield office and move 247 jobs to London

Thanks to Labour’s Dr Eoin Clarke for the link. ”The restructuring will see the department move to a centralised headquarters in London, with six regional business centres set up around the country. BIS operates 12 more regional offices in Billingham, … Continue reading

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Dennis Skinner was among MPs from all sides of the House to criticise the government’s controversial tax settlement with Google.

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Tories accused of shortchanging public as £26bn privatisation haul revealed

”Labour and unions charge George Osborne with ‘selling family silver’ for political reasons after 2015 disposals hit record, according to Press Association” http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jan/27/tories-accused-shortchanging-public-record-26bn-privatisation-state-assets-press-association-data Selling off the family silver? Cameron and Osborne have gone way beyond that – Polly Toynbee http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jan/28/selling-family-silver-cameron-osborne-thatcherContinue reading

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Einsteinian insanity: momentum grows to bomb Libya again

”Despite the catastrophic effects of the 2011 military intervention, momentum seems to be growing among western governments for further air strikes in Libya, this time against ISIS. When asked by the Telegraph last month if Libya could be the next … Continue reading

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