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Wednesday 27 July 2022

British Defeatism - "World" Gin Day & Orwell's critique

We do this so well in the UK, that is bashing our own, never saying a single decent word about the country we live in, ALWAYS deferring to foreigners, etc, etc, etc.


This leads me to a book, or pamphlet should I say, by George Orwell entitled Notes on Nationalism (Ed; Recommended Reading!).  Where it states that the English, left-wing, intelligentsia of the 1930s and 1940s, would simply NEVER say anything good about our country; whilst the European ones would (as in saying something positive about their own country).

They would draw on experiences and positive points from EVERY SINGLE COUNTRY IN THE WORLD, but would have no time whatsoever about the works of genius just down the block!

This brings us to the the good old BBC again, and the normally reliable Saturday Kitchen show; broadcast every Saturday from 10.00 to 11.30.  I try to watch it every Saturday, or at least keep up with it via the iPlayer application.

And yet again, they did not let me down; with their internationalist, self-loathing view of the UK.

Apparently, it was World Gin Dayor something to do with Gin, which by chance the UK LEADS THE WORLD IN!  It is not even very close.  We either have more Ginneries(?) or drink more, or export more, than any other country in the world.  


Why not celebrate it?

So when they had their "expert" on Gin on the show, they naturally showed either an Irish person or an American; who is no doubt based in London.

What was even more galling, was that the expert, some wokesterin called Carmen O'Neal (who was naturally foreign, and owns a London-based (of course!) gin factory called 58 & Co.), decided to highlight ONLY(!) non-British gins!  

I despair!   Why?  We know, or at least should know, that we in the UK in all four corners, have been doing Gin better than anyone in the world (as said before), the last few years.  BUT NOT A SINGLE UK GIN WAS ON OFFER on this show.

After all, even in 2017, the UK was the biggest exporter in the world, but let's not celebrate this fact, but let's talk about shite Gins from around the world!  

You can't make this up, but to an ignorant Canadian, who probably has only ever lived in Central London with her Gin company, why should she celebrate us and our land. I could vomit!


Thursday 21 July 2022

Michele Obama's new book? Already half-price; BEFORE it hits the Shops!


Just received an email this morning, and lo and behold, this simply horrible human being has decided to infect the world again, with her horrid woke, world-view.  In the words of Waterstones in the UK (my emphasis in bold):

In 2018, Michelle Obama’s global bestseller Becoming recounted the former First Lady’s inspirational journey from her Chicago childhood through a successful career as a US attorney and on to her years in the White House.

Now, four years later, Michelle demonstrates how readers can utilise the lessons she has learned from her eventful life to build meaningful relationships, find community within difference and navigate change with confidence and kindness. Most of all, she describes how when we ‘light up’ for others, we illuminate the world around us with understanding, insight and love.

Written with good humour, candour and grace by one of the world’s most widely respected public figures, The Light We Carry is the perfect book of comfort and reassurance for uncertain times and an ideal gift for those you hold closest in your heart.

A truly unmissable literary event, The Light We Carry is published on Tuesday 15 November and is available to pre-order now at half price.

And I can now, simply vomit!  This is simply unbelievable but OTOH, it is completely believable, considering the unwashed morons who were bamboozled by her utter contempt for them, for whitey, for tradition, etc, etc. 

I am never for burning books, but I've now discovered some half-price kindling that I can use in my chimney this winter.

Already an early contender for my Worst of the Year awards!



Wednesday 20 July 2022

English Heatwave? And the winner is . . . not London . . . but Coningsby? Where the hell is that?

Yes!  You betcha!  It wasn't London after all that finally grabbed the "Hottest Place in the UK" award, but dear and dreary Coningsby, right there in northeast England.

For those who don't know what I am talking about, you should have been here in the UK the last two weeks, when every other effing minute the MSM and their cronies, were going on about a heat record that was forecasted to be broken!

It was fuckin unbearable to listen to!  Even when several weeks ago, some had the nerve to say that it would be 42 degrees here (Celsius); below is a quote from UK Weather Forecast (Facebook page):

We’ve seen further upgrades on the latest GFS output for Tuesday with a larger area of 42’s now showing in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.

In the end, they got their record, though at 40.3, it barely cracked forty and was nowhere near 42!

And?  This freakish weather, which was based on a mammoth high pressure system from Spain and North Africa, lasted a grand total of 2 days!

It doesn't even come close to other heatwaves, like the most recent one (above) in 1976, that lasted for weeks and was nearly as hot.  But the elephant in the room is obvious; why was it so bloody hot then, with less CO2 in the air, compared to now? SURELY, it should be even HOTTER in this day and age; right?

Yes, it is hotter to a degree, AT TIMES now, but that is all.  And everyone should know, that overall, for the last 24 years the Earth HAS NOT WARMED.  And still at the present time, there are record cold temperatures in the Southern hemisphere.

Google (or preferably, use an alternative search engine) this if you don't believe me. OR, please use the excellent website, Not a Lot of People Know, where you can actually find real science. 


Wednesday 13 July 2022

Wimbledon; globalised, woke, homogenised - EVERYTHING is the same nowadays

Years ago, it was always a joy to watch the Mixed Doubles final of Wimbledon that always occurred AFTER the Men's Final on the last Sunday of the championships.

But then, only a few years ago, I noticed that this had ended?  I don't know exactly what year, but it could only have been in the last five or so.

What a shame!  It was just so relaxing, and then I thought - They've conformed to EXACTLY like the other majors in tennis (at least to the best of my knowledge).

Then last year, the great Roger Federer, did a self-video tour of the last and final middle-Sunday, as this year, they decided to play on the first Sunday*.  But now that has ended, as the recent Wimbledon was the first (ever?) not to have the first Sunday free from play - just like the other tennis majors. . . again.

* Why it is called "middle-Sunday", I will NEVER know!  It is the "first" Sunday, not the middle one!?

More of the same, homogenised, "just like every other major tournament in tennis" type of feel; doesn't seem like "Wimbledon" then, does it?

Equally, back in 2001, the courts were slowed down, after all, Pete Sampras was dominating, and we can't have that, can we?  So the courts were now to be played slower, so "everyone" had a chance to win.  It just wasn't fair before, was it?  Just like the other majors. . .again!

More of the same; a standard product, ad nauseum.

Equally, this year, as well as last, the officials started to have on-court interviews after nearly every match played; with someone truly awful from the BBC.  You know, the same questions, answers, et al, to those great queries, such as:

* How did you play?

* Tell us your feelings?

* Are you looking forward to playing . . . in the next round?

Simply ridiculous and simply boring but to the inane crowds, divine!?

Equally, the Wimbledon committee and the agonisingly woke BBC, had a love-affair, with the runner-up, Ons Jabeur, from Tunisia - of course for their obvious, woke feelings.  If I could've earned a penny for every instance that I heard that she was Arab; I'd be retired now!

They, Wimbledon, then had the audacity, to put her first onto the first Monday's schedule, on Court No. 1, AHEAD of the current World Number 1, Iga Swiatek (who had won the French Open, and was the current Number 1 player in the world).

It was sickening and embarrassing.

But has anyone asked the question; why?

To me, Wimbledon has been around for some time, and it will be around for some time more.  There was no need whatsoever for this to occur, but it did.

And it's just so easy to see why, the graphic says it all. 

We want no competition, no variety, no individualism; everything on every continent, will be the same; full stop, period!


Monday 4 July 2022

Microplastics and the Virus - Harmful? They are STILL trying to scare us!


In my monthly review of some of the worst crap that I see being read, in certain echelons of the press, I came across this piece of insanity.

Yes, now it is written that viruses can live on these pieces of plastics for a long time, thus with us ingesting these things, we would then be susceptible to all manner of diseases, etc, etc, ad nauseum!  

This is simply ridiculous!  Even if this were to happen, I have 100% confidence in my Immune System to conquer all.

Equally, if this pack of lies was so, then why aren't we dropping like flies the last 40-50 odd years from "new fangled" viruses, as micro-plastics have been around for some time; history?  Please explain that one to me.

If anything, we are living longer and longer nowadays, aren't we?

But to be pedantic, go to this link to read all about the farcical, bit of plastic in the Pacific patch - a farce, but note the article on Wikipedia; is actually truthful at times.  No,  you can NOT see this patch, despite what the MSM will tell you.

It is only a non-calculable trace element, when compared to the size of the ocean as a hole; calculations are something like:

93 - 230 thousand tonnes of plastic v 1,450,000,000,000,000,000 tons, being the weight of the oceans.

So, just what is their real motive - it's obvious.