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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

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Follow the Money

Did the FoC use Pachauri economic practices to secure the release of British /Iraq/ hostage Peter Moore?

You may find out in 30 years.

As for me.. I havnt got 30 years.

I have anticipated the New Year VAT hike......I have just purchased a FN SLR and 2000 rounds of 7.62.

In my youth, I won a Guards Depot trophy for sharp shooting.

'BANG' you fuckers.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

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Why Representative democracy doesn't work.

You will never ever see a UK Parliament vote 'yes' to holding a populace referendum with the following question.

Should we stone to death Members of Parliament who are found guilty of abuse of power or fiddling their expenses?

Today is St. Stephen day.

Enjoy the cold cuts!

Thursday, December 24, 2009

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Quick Question for Christians!

Was Jesus born on Christmas eve?
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Melty Christmas


Waes hael

Monday, December 21, 2009

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I am Dick Lexicon, I am not going to scuk it.

Sunday, December 20, 2009

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If you do nothing else today, this is a must read

Questions over business deals of UN climate change guru Dr Rajendra Pachauri Sunday Telegraph

Saturday, December 19, 2009

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AP Top News at 8:00 a.m. EST

COPENHAGEN — The U.N. climate conference narrowly escaped collapse Saturday as bitterly divided delegates agreed after all-night talks to recognize a political compromise that President Barack Obama brokered with China and other emerging powers. The Copenhagen Accord was bogged down for hours by protests from delegates who felt they were excluded from the process or said the deal didn't go far enough in cutting the greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming.


Copyright © 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

Friday, December 18, 2009

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COPOUT



The Copenhagen climate conference appeared to have reached a deal after hours of tense negotiations. No country is "satisfied" with the COP-OUT which has been cobbled together.
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COP 15


Thursday, December 17, 2009

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Carbon Capture (act on co2)

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Carlsberg dont do

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

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Matryoshka

Matryoshkas can be used metaphorically, as a design paradigm, known as the "matryoshka principle" or "nested doll principle". It denotes a recognisable relationship of "similar object-within-similar object" that appears in the design of many mann-made objects




The Climategate story just got bigger – James Delingpole is running with it ... and here. And now done by WUWT. The original paper is here (in Russian), with a rough machine translation here.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

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Carlisle... a sterile petri dish

The final 14 finalists hoping to be named the UK's first city of culture in 2013 have been revealed.

The cities are Barnsley, Birmingham, Carlisle, Chichester, Hull, Ipswich and the Haven Gateway, Norwich, Portsmouth and Southampton and Sheffield. The county of Cornwall is also in the running, along with Derry, Southend, Durham and Swansea


Carlisle as a city, certainly has history and plenty of it. (At one time, it was the capital of England) But as a border city, its culture is neither Scottish nor English. In fact, in the past it has struggled to associate itself with the county of Cumberland never mind the 1970’s construct Cumbria. Any city that has to shut off its streets on a Saturday night is as cultured as a Spanish costa in mid winter. In fact, Carlisle City Council is bordering on bankruptcy and in a phrase, is a sterile petri dish.
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crept in, crapped, crept out again

Gordon Brown is heading to the UN climate negotiations in Copenhagen with the aim of establishing himself as a major "broker" of the talks.



His arrival comes after the talks were suspended for several hours when poor countries, led by African nations, staged a walkout over accusations that richer countries were seeking to dodge their obligations to cut carbon emissions.

Sunday, December 13, 2009

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The Wheel Tapping Fakir

Saturday, December 12, 2009

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Enron Brown

Yesterday, our Prime Minister Enron Brown announced that the UK will provide £1.5billion towards a £6.5bn EU package to help the poorest countries to tackle global warming.

The trouble for Enron Brown is that there is no mention of this in this weeks Pre Budget Report and the problem is that, at the moment the government have not got the legal right to collect any increased duty that this commitment will require.

Edw. II 1322 Revocatio Novarum Ordinationum

"Ordinances or provisions concerning the King and the realm made by subjects shall be void and none such shall be made except by the King, Lords and Commons in Parliament".

Friday, December 11, 2009

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Fascism alive and well.



And thriving at the Copenhagen Rally
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Bent Stick



McIntyre has posted his first analysis of some of the emails. It's not looking good for the Hockey Team.

Thursday, December 10, 2009

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Labour Toffs

Labour Toff, Quentin Davies, who is a government defence minister, submitted expenses claims that included £20,000 invoice for repairs to the roof and bell tower of his 18th century mansion which is worth £5 million

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

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Denmarks Carbon Footprint

Monday, December 07, 2009

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Copenhagen welcomes Piltdown man

As well 15,000 delegates and officials, 5,000 journalists and 98 world leaders, the Danish capital will be blessed by the presence of Piltdown man



He and his descendants will require 1,200 limos, 140 private planes to get there.

Friday, December 04, 2009

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Whats up with this



Read more at WUWT
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You wont see this on the BBC

Tuesday, December 01, 2009

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Dick Witney

A new opinion poll published in today's Independent newspaper is showing that the likelihood of a hung parliament is becoming stronger with new figures indicating the Tories down to 37 per cent (down three from last month), Labour on 27 per cent (no change) and the Liberal Democrats on 20 per cent (up two per cent).

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The Health & Safety Elephant

In a speech today at the Policy Exchange think tank, David Cameron, is expected to say: “For every piece of health and safety legislation, we need to ask whether it fulfils a useful purpose – and if not, it must go.”

A task force headed by Lord Young will draw up plans for “tearing down the walls of bureaucracy” if the Tories win power.



Oh Hum.......Elephant in the room

The EU Health & Safety Directive was first brought into effect in 1989 by what was then called the Council of European Communities. Essentially the measure was put forth as what is termed a "framework directive." This makes it a binding commitment on the part of European Union member states, to continuously improve their workplace health and safety standards through domestic legislation in order to conform to provisions contained within the directive.
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